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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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cross

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | to take ship in order to ~cross the sea. But we do not necessarily 2 1, 81 | way: thus from the will to cross the sea, ~arises in the 3 1, 91 | of Christ sleeping on the Cross the ~Sacraments flowed - 4 2, 102 | denote the strength of the cross; in the lamb, to ~signify 5 2, 102 | consumed ~by fire on the cross as on a gridiron.~Aquin.: 6 2, 11 | The enemies of Christ's cross lie in ~wait for our every 7 2, 58 | ascribed to St. John of the Cross], He forbids the ~judgment 8 2, 58 | ascribed to St. John of the Cross] in comment on the ~words 9 2, 82 | At the adoration of the ~Cross, on Good Friday]. Therefore 10 2, 86 | expedient, for instance that one cross a river by a tottering bridge: 11 2, 94 | except the sign of the Cross; or if hope be placed in 12 2, 99 | to the standard of the ~cross; it is the highest degree 13 2, 101 | to the ~wood of the Holy Cross.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] A[ 14 2, 101 | subject to man. As to the Cross of Christ, the honor we 15 2, 187 | of ~a vow to take up the cross in defense of the Holy Land; 16 3, 1 | the pain of sense on the Cross in satisfaction for sins - 17 3, 5 | even to ~the death of the cross"; which would have been 18 3, 15 | having uttered them on the ~cross. Therefore it would seem 19 3, 15 | fell upon ~Him, and the cross lifted Him up, yet these 20 3, 15 | fearlessly, since I ~preach the cross."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 21 3, 25 | latria" is to be given to the Cross of Christ?~(5) Whether to 22 3, 25 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's cross should be worshipped with 23 3, 25 | would seem that Christ's cross should not be worshiped 24 3, 25 | most shameful death on the cross; according to Wis. 2:20: " 25 3, 25 | should not venerate the cross ~but rather we should abhor 26 3, 25 | this ~cannot be said of the cross. Therefore Christ's cross 27 3, 25 | cross. Therefore Christ's cross should not be ~worshiped 28 3, 25 | 3: Further, as Christ's cross was the instrument of His 29 3, 25 | therefore, that Christ's cross should not be worshiped 30 3, 25 | place our hope in Christ's cross, for ~the Church sings:~" 31 3, 25 | the Church sings:~"Dear Cross, best hope o'er all beside,~ 32 3, 25 | O.P.]~Therefore Christ's cross should be worshiped with 33 3, 25 | therefore, we speak of the cross itself on which Christ was ~ 34 3, 25 | reason also we speak to the cross and pray to it, as to the ~ 35 3, 25 | of the effigy of Christ's cross in any ~other material whatever - 36 3, 25 | gold - thus we venerate the cross merely as Christ's image, 37 3, 25 | Reply OBJ 1: If in Christ's cross we consider the point of 38 3, 25 | way, ~fastening it to the cross, and despoiling the principalities 39 3, 25 | 1:18): "The Word of the ~cross to them indeed that perish 40 3, 25 | OBJ 2: Although Christ's cross was not united to the Word 41 3, 25 | we worship not ~only the cross, but all that belongs to 42 3, 25 | represent ~Christ's image as the cross does, which is called "the 43 3, 25 | worship the image of Christ's cross in any material, but ~not 44 3, 25 | more akin to Him than the cross. But ~the cross is worshiped 45 3, 25 | than the cross. But ~the cross is worshiped with the adoration 46 3, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The cross, considered in itself, is 47 3, 27 | Virgin while standing ~by the cross, and observing every detail, 48 3, 28 | there" - that ~is, by the cross of Christ - "many women 49 3, 28 | that "there stood by the cross of Jesus, Mary His Mother." ~ 50 3, 36 | accomplished by means of ~the Cross; for, as it is written ( 51 3, 36 | since, while hanging on the ~cross, He prayed for those who 52 3, 36 | and above it the form of a cross.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 53 3, 39 | vanquished the tyrant by the cross; since gates were no ~longer 54 3, 42 | through the triumph of the cross that Christ ~merited power 55 3, 42 | obedient unto the death of the cross, God hath exalted Him . . . ~ 56 3, 44 | through the blood of ~His cross, both as to the things on 57 3, 44 | its Lord hanging on the Cross, or bestow its ~radiancy 58 3, 44 | prophet,' referring to His Cross . . . and Resurrection . . ~. 59 3, 45 | should be ~scandalized at the Cross" that followed; or, again, " 60 3, 45 | followed; or, again, "lest [the Cross] ~should be entirely hindered 61 3, 46 | Christ to suffer on the cross?~(5) The extent of His sufferings;~( 62 3, 46 | to have suffered on the cross?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 63 3, 46 | to have suffered on the ~cross. For the truth ought to 64 3, 46 | not to have suffered on a cross, but rather by the ~sword 65 3, 46 | afflictions." But death on a cross was most ~dishonoring and 66 3, 46 | undergone the death of the cross.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 67 3, 46 | Lord." But death upon the cross was a death of ~malediction, 68 3, 46 | death, even the death of the cross."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 69 3, 46 | suffer the death ~of the cross.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 70 3, 46 | trouble an upright man, the cross of this Man had to be set 71 3, 46 | Christ ~found upon the cross."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 72 3, 46 | that "the shape of the cross extending out into four 73 3, 46 | also says that upon the cross "He dies with ~outstretched 74 3, 46 | mount ~to the wood of the cross.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 75 3, 46 | 12:2: "He endured the cross, despising the shame."~Aquin.: 76 3, 46 | when Christ hung upon the cross. It is understood to have ~ 77 3, 46 | manifest that ~Christ's cross was the remedy, not only 78 3, 46 | made of them; whereas His cross is honored ~everywhere. 79 3, 46 | their crowns to take up the cross: on their ~purple robes, 80 3, 46 | consecrated ~table, everywhere the cross shines forth."~Aquin.: SMT 81 3, 46 | Christ became accursed of the cross for us, ~so for our salvation 82 3, 46 | on Jn. 7:36: "The very ~cross, if thou mark it well, was 83 3, 46 | convert the thief upon ~the cross, and lead him into paradise, 84 3, 47 | while hanging upon the cross, cried out: "My God, My 85 3, 47 | suffered, Christ upon the cross prayed for His persecutors. ~ 86 3, 47 | the Lord hanging upon the cross said: ~"Father, forgive 87 3, 48 | 18) that "the word of the cross ~to them that are saved . . . 88 3, 48 | Christ's Passion on the cross ~accomplished our salvation 89 3, 49 | earth by His Passion on the cross. Therefore by His ~Passion 90 3, 49 | death, even the death of the cross; for which cause God also 91 3, 49 | even to the death of the cross: ~for which cause also God 92 3, 50 | Lord was hanging ~upon the cross He cried out: "My God, My 93 3, 51 | received His body from the cross, and with due care and ~ 94 3, 51 | because previous to the cross all is ~sadness and weakness, 95 3, 52 | the Virgin's womb, on ~the Cross, in hell, in paradise, into 96 3, 52 | Lord while hanging on ~the cross said to the thief: "This 97 3, 53 | even to the death ~of the Cross, from love and obedience 98 3, 53 | was still hanging on the cross, but ~that the bodies of 99 3, 57 | Son of man hung upon the cross; ~but it was His own doing 100 3, 59 | said to the thief on the cross (Lk. 23:43): "This day ~ 101 3, 62 | of Christ asleep on the ~Cross flowed the sacraments which 102 3, 62 | of Christ ~hanging on the Cross there flowed water and blood, 103 3, 64 | Christ while hanging on the Cross."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 104 3, 66 | of ~Christ hanging on the cross, as stated above (Q[62], 105 3, 66 | of Christ hanging on ~the cross was a figure of Baptism, 106 3, 66 | of Christ hanging on ~the cross, was not the phlegmatic 107 3, 72 | thee with the sign ~of the cross," etc.?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 108 3, 72 | thee with the sign of the cross, I confirm thee with the 109 3, 72 | character; nor ~again of the cross of Christ, though in Baptism 110 3, 72 | thee with the sign of the cross," in which sign, to wit, 111 3, 72 | with the standard of the cross, unto the outward ~spiritual 112 3, 72 | thee with ~the sign of the cross."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 113 3, 72 | body, when the sign of the cross is signed with chrism ~on 114 3, 72 | signed with the sign of the cross on the ~forehead, with chrism, 115 3, 72 | signed with ~the sign of the cross, as a soldier with the sign 116 3, 72 | signed with the sign of the cross. Therefore the conferring ~ 117 3, 74 | of Christ hanging on the cross refers to the same, because ~ 118 3, 74 | of Christ hanging on the cross, ~and not phlegm, as some 119 3, 81 | the gloss says: "The ~Cross mightier than all things 120 3, 81 | passible ~fashion. But the Cross made His flesh adapted for 121 3, 81 | Christ Who was upon the cross would have been ~in this 122 3, 81 | sacrament. But He died upon the cross. Therefore, if this ~sacrament 123 3, 82 | offered on the altar of the cross." Nor does the priest ~transgress 124 3, 83 | sacrifice was made upon the cross, whereon "He ~delivered 125 3, 83 | is representative of the ~cross itself, upon which Christ 126 3, 83 | our Lord hanging upon the cross." Therefore this sacrament ~ 127 3, 83 | repeat the sign of the cross many times over this sacrament.~ 128 3, 83 | by signing it with the cross.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 129 3, 83 | use of the sign ~of the cross to signify Christ's Passion 130 3, 83 | which was ended upon the cross. ~Now, Christ's Passion 131 3, 83 | by the triple sign of the cross at the ~words, "These gifts, 132 3, 83 | the ~threefold sign of the cross is repeated, at the words, " 133 3, 83 | thirty pence. And a double cross is added at the words - " 134 3, 83 | fivefold ~signing of the cross at the words, "a pure Victim, 135 3, 83 | the triple signing ~of the cross at the words, "as many as 136 3, 83 | threefold prayer upon the cross is represented; one ~for 137 3, 83 | triple signing with the cross made at the words, ~"Thou 138 3, 83 | during which He hung upon the cross, that is, ~from the sixth 139 3, 83 | more a triple sign of the cross at the words, "Through ~ 140 3, 83 | from the virtue of ~the cross of Christ, and therefore 141 3, 83 | makes use of the sign of the cross.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 142 3, 83 | priest makes the sign of the ~cross, not for the purpose of 143 3, 83 | to mind the virtue of the cross, and the manner of Christ' 144 3, 83 | Christ's arms upon the cross. He also lifts up his hands 145 3, 84 | thee with the sign of the cross, and I confirm ~thee with 146 3, 84 | priest, the sign of the cross, which is employed in the 147 3, 84 | first help for those who cross the sea is to be safeguarded ~ 148 Suppl, 17| while He lay asleep ~on the cross" [*Augustine, Enarr. in 149 Suppl, 37| and subdeacons carry the cross before the Pope. Therefore 150 Suppl, 37| like ~manner to carry the cross. Moreover, this depends 151 Suppl, 40| plate our pontiff wears the cross, as ~Innocent III says ( 152 Suppl, 64| be unwilling, to take the cross in ~defense of the Holy 153 Suppl, 64| the business for which the cross ~is given to him, it is 154 Suppl, 64| the husband may take the cross ~without his wife's consent, 155 Suppl, 87| through the blood of His cross, both as to things on earth, 156 Suppl, 87| namely, "the sign of the cross," as ~Chrysostom says (Hom. 157 Suppl, 87| Reply OBJ 2: The sign of the cross will appear at the judgment,


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