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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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patience

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1 1, 19 | intention of tyrants that the patience of the martyrs should shine 2 1, 22 | and ~there would be no patience of martyrs if there were 3 1, 23 | is, permitted] with much patience vessels of wrath, ~fitted 4 1, 48 | avenging justice nor ~the patience of a sufferer be praised 5 1, 49 | avenging justice nor ~the patience of a sufferer be praised 6 2, 40 | not; we wait for it with patience." But ~awaiting seems to 7 2, 58 | contingency, perseverance, and patience are not reckoned ~to be 8 2, 61 | principal. But ~this applies to patience, according to James 1:4: " 9 2, 61 | according to James 1:4: "Patience hath a ~perfect work." Therefore 10 2, 61 | perfect work." Therefore patience should be reckoned a principal 11 2, 66 | Num. 7:3), Job for his ~patience (Tob. 2:12). This is why 12 2, 66 | according to Jm. 1:4, "Patience hath a ~perfect work." Therefore 13 2, 66 | Therefore it would seem that patience is greater than ~justice.~ 14 2, 66 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Patience is said to have "a perfect 15 2, 66 | converse does not hold, for patience is a part of fortitude.~ 16 2, 70 | mentioned by the ~Apostle: for patience and long-suffering seem 17 2, 70 | threatens: which pertains to "patience"; secondly, by not being ~ 18 2, 107 | ministers of ~God, in much patience, in tribulation, in necessities, 19 2, 114 | But the acts of faith and patience or ~fortitude would seem 20 2, 114 | 6). So, too, the acts of patience and ~fortitude are not meritorious 21 2, 13 | man, so long as Our Lord's patience brings him back to ~repentance." 22 2, 13 | this the Lord bore with patience, because they were to be 23 2, 30 | stewardship, and he the reward of patience? It is the hungry man's 24 2, 31 | guilty of mortal sin, have no patience with the lesser sins of ~ 25 2, 64 | stewardship, and ~he the reward of patience?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 26 2, 70 | answer that, Just as we need patience in things done against us, 27 2, 70 | us. Now the precepts of patience in ~those things done against 28 2, 71 | 72], A[3]). Wherefore his patience may deserve ~commendation 29 2, 71 | robbed may gain merit by patience.~ 30 2, 106 | For ~these precepts of patience are to be understood as 31 2, 121 | belongs to the virtue of patience or ~fortitude, as also to 32 2, 122 | to ~imitate his faith and patience." Now that which calls chiefly 33 2, 122 | martyrdom is an act of patience rather than of fortitude.~ 34 2, 122 | martyrdom belongs. And since patience serves fortitude on the 35 2, 122 | also praised for ~their patience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 36 2, 126 | magnificence," "confidence," "patience," and "perseverance." Now ~ 37 2, 126 | Tully (De Invent. Rhet. ii) patience ~denotes endurance of hardships, 38 2, 126 | to fortitude. ~Therefore patience is the same as fortitude 39 2, 126 | this respect he mentions "patience," which ~he describes as " 40 2, 126 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Patience endures not only dangers 41 2, 126 | he puts in the ~place of patience, and "firmness," which he 42 2, 126 | of will" is ~the same as patience or forbearance, for he says 43 2, 127 | 2) Magnificence; ~(3) Patience; (4) Perseverance. As regards 44 2, 127 | complaining" (which ~is an act of patience). Therefore magnanimity 45 2, 130 | indeed, who according to patience in good work . . . glory 46 2, 134 | 136] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PATIENCE (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 47 2, 134 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider patience. Under this head there are 48 2, 134 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether patience is a virtue?~(2) Whether 49 2, 134 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether patience is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 134 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that patience is not a virtue. For the 51 2, 134 | says (De Trin. xiv). Yet patience is not ~there, since no 52 2, 134 | strike them." Therefore patience is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 53 2, 134 | its possessor good." Yet patience is sometimes found in ~wicked 54 2, 134 | and in ~sorrow." Therefore patience is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 55 2, 134 | Q[70], A[1], ad 3). But patience is reckoned among the fruits ( 56 2, 134 | Gal. ~5:22). Therefore patience is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 57 2, 134 | the ~soul that is called patience, is so great a gift of God, 58 2, 134 | that we even ~preach the patience of Him who bestows it upon 59 2, 134 | way to sorrow: and this patience does. Wherefore Augustine 60 2, 134 | Patientia ii): "A man's patience it is whereby he bears evil 61 2, 134 | is therefore evident that patience is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 62 2, 134 | In like manner the act of patience, in heaven, will not ~consist 63 2, 134 | De Civ. Dei xiv) that ~"patience itself will not be in heaven, 64 2, 134 | which we shall obtain by ~patience will be eternal."~Aquin.: 65 2, 134 | may inflict evil, their patience is neither marvelous nor ~ 66 2, 134 | praiseworthy, for it is no patience at all: we may marvel at 67 2, 134 | to their acts. Wherefore patience as a habit is a virtue. 68 2, 134 | especially ~in this, that patience safeguards the mind from 69 2, 134 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether patience is the greatest of the virtues?~ 70 2, 134 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that patience is the greatest of the virtues. 71 2, 134 | perfect is the greatest. Now "patience hath a ~perfect work" (James 72 2, 134 | James 1:4). Therefore patience is the greatest of the ~ 73 2, 134 | seems to belong chiefly to patience; for it is written (Lk. ~ 74 2, 134 | written (Lk. ~21:19): "In your patience you shall possess your souls." 75 2, 134 | your souls." Therefore ~patience is the greatest of the virtues.~ 76 2, 134 | Hom. xxxv in ~Evang.) "patience is the root and safeguard 77 2, 134 | the virtues." ~Therefore patience is the greatest of the virtues.~ 78 2, 134 | which is the object of patience. Therefore patience is not 79 2, 134 | object of patience. Therefore patience is not the greatest ~of 80 2, 134 | 1 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Patience is said to have a perfect 81 2, 134 | which is moderated by ~patience; secondly, to anger, which 82 2, 134 | Yet it does not follow, if patience be more perfect in this 83 2, 134 | said to possess his soul by patience, in so far as it removes 84 2, 134 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Patience is said to be the root and 85 2, 134 | Whether it is possible to have patience without grace?~Aquin.: SMT 86 2, 134 | that it is possible to have patience without grace. For ~the 87 2, 134 | that it is possible to have patience without the help ~of grace.~ 88 2, 134 | i.e. from God, ~"is my patience."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] 89 2, 134 | Hence it is ~evident that patience, as a virtue, is caused 90 2, 134 | clearly ~impossible to have patience without the help of grace.~ 91 2, 134 | this ~that pertains to true patience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] A[ 92 2, 134 | between this endurance and ~patience which proceeds from a supernatural 93 2, 134 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether patience is a part of fortitude?~ 94 2, 134 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that patience is not a part of fortitude. 95 2, 134 | not part of itself. Now patience is apparently the same as 96 2, 134 | and this belongs also to patience. For it is stated in the ~ 97 2, 134 | xxxv in Evang.] that "patience consists in enduring evils 98 2, 134 | inflicted by ~others." Therefore patience is not a part of fortitude.~ 99 2, 134 | is in the irascible. But patience seems to be ~about sorrow, 100 2, 134 | concupiscible. ~Therefore patience is not a part of fortitude 101 2, 134 | its part. Therefore if ~patience is a part of fortitude, 102 2, 134 | be no fortitude without ~patience. Yet sometimes a brave man 103 2, 134 | inflicts the evil. Therefore patience is not ~a part of fortitude.~ 104 2, 134 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Patience is a quasi-potential part 105 2, 134 | virtue. For it belongs to ~patience "to suffer with an equal 106 2, 134 | this matter. Wherefore patience is annexed to fortitude 107 2, 134 | which reason Prosper calls patience brave (Sent. ~811).~Aquin.: 108 2, 134 | whereas ~it may pertain to patience to endure any kind of evil.~ 109 2, 134 | the latter ~respect that patience is akin to fortitude. Yet 110 2, 134 | fortitude avoids; while ~patience is chiefly about sorrow, 111 2, 134 | in the irascible, while patience is in the concupiscible 112 2, 134 | 2/2~Nor does this hinder patience from being a part of fortitude, 113 2, 134 | or the form. Nevertheless patience is not to be reckoned a 114 2, 134 | of food and sex: whereas patience ~is chiefly about sorrows 115 2, 134 | whereas it belongs to patience that a man forsake not the 116 2, 134 | It may be granted that patience in a certain respect is 117 2, 134 | is it inconsistent with ~patience that a man should, when 118 2, 134 | that "the ~precepts of patience are not opposed to the good 119 2, 134 | enemies." But in ~so far as patience regards all kinds of evils, 120 2, 134 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether patience is the same as longanimity? [* 121 2, 134 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that patience is the same as longanimity. 122 2, 134 | Patientia i) that "we speak of patience in God, not as though ~any 123 2, 134 | Therefore it seems that patience is the same as ~longanimity.~ 124 2, 134 | Therefore it ~seems that patience is the same as longanimity. ~ 125 2, 134 | virtue is distinct from patience on the score of place. ~ 126 2, 134 | time, is not distinct from patience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] A[ 127 2, 134 | riches of His goodness, and patience, and ~longsuffering?" says: " 128 2, 134 | longanimity differs from patience, ~because those who offend 129 2, 134 | with ~magnanimity than with patience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] A[ 130 2, 134 | something in common with patience, for two ~reasons. First, 131 2, 134 | reasons. First, because patience, like fortitude, endures 132 2, 134 | soul." Hence there may be patience in bearing this trial, ~ 133 2, 134 | are both comprised under patience, in so far as both the delay 134 2, 134 | Invent. Rhet. ii) in defining patience, says ~that "patience is 135 2, 134 | defining patience, says ~that "patience is the voluntary and prolonged 136 2, 134 | is the proper object of patience; and by ~adding "continued" 137 2, 134 | something in common with patience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] A[ 138 2, 134 | stated to be borne with ~patience.~ 139 2, 135 | For ~constancy pertains to patience, as stated above (Q[137], 140 2, 135 | above (Q[137], A[5]): and ~patience differs from perseverance. 141 2, 135 | which cause sorrow. Now patience is about sorrow, as stated 142 2, 135 | end: while ~it agrees with patience as to those things which 143 2, 135 | perseverance ~rather than to patience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[137] A[ 144 2, 137 | gift of fortitude: namely, patience, which regards the enduring 145 2, 138 | Divine Law. For just as patience and perseverance ~are parts 146 2, 138 | Now we find precepts of patience in ~the Divine Law, as also 147 2, 138 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, patience is a very necessary virtue, 148 2, 138 | commanded absolutely. Therefore patience should not ~have been commanded 149 2, 138 | Para. 1/2~OBJ 3: Further, patience and perseverance are parts 150 2, 138 | Therefore the precepts of patience and perseverance should 151 2, 138 | present life pertain to patience and ~perseverance, not by 152 2, 138 | the need of precepts ~of patience and perseverance.~Aquin.: 153 2, 138 | too are ~the precepts of patience to be understood in the 154 2, 138 | Fortitude, as distinct from patience and perseverance, is ~about 155 2, 138 | particular. On the other ~hand, patience and perseverance are about 156 2, 144 | But abstinence ~excludes patience: for Gregory says (Pastor. 157 2, 156 | sins. For unreasonable patience is the hotbed ~of many vices, 158 2, 159 | the ninth is "to embrace patience by ~obeying under difficult 159 2, 159 | such as obedience ~and patience. Again there are some that 160 2, 160 | ninth degree is "to embrace ~patience by obeying under difficult 161 2, 162 | he may be crowned for his patience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[164] A[ 162 2, 182 | written (James 1:4) that "patience hath a perfect work." ~Therefore 163 2, 182 | consists more specially in ~patience.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 164 2, 182 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Patience is stated to have a perfect 165 2, 184 | for instance humility, patience, and so forth, do not come 166 3, 14 | to show us an example of patience by valiantly bearing ~up 167 3, 51 | regard to Christ's death, His patience and constancy ~in enduring 168 3, 52 | when ~they waited for the patience of God," whereby the chastisement 169 Suppl, 15| Tribulation worketh ~patience, and patience trial, i.e. 170 Suppl, 15| Tribulation worketh ~patience, and patience trial, i.e. deliverance 171 Suppl, 19| follow Christ, ~suffering by patience and other virtues. Therefore 172 Suppl, 95| loseth wisdom [Vulg.: ~'patience']." Much more, therefore,


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