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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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douay

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | for eternity, and beyond [*Douay: 'for ever and ever']" ( 2 1, 10 | unto perpetual eternities [*Douay: 'for all eternity']" (Dan. ~ 3 1, 10 | ye cursed into eternal [Douay: ~'everlasting'] fire" ( 4 1, 12 | glass and in an enigma [*Douay: 'in a dark ~manner']," " 5 1, 12 | by any ~means comprehend [Douay: 'apprehend']." But the 6 1, 13 | Lord, Thou art ~become [Douay: 'hast been'] our refuge" ( 7 1, 39 | Christ the ~strength [*Douay: power] of God" (1 Cor. 8 1, 39 | the words, "strength ~[*Douay: virtue] came out from Him 9 1, 39 | Christ the ~strength [*Douay: power] of God" (1 Cor. 10 1, 39 | the words, "strength ~[*Douay: virtue] came out from Him 11 2, 3 | placed peace in thy ~end [Douay: 'borders']". But peace 12 2, 4 | that you may ~comprehend [Douay: 'obtain']." But happiness 13 2, 4 | written (Apoc. 14:13): "Happy [Douay: 'blessed'] ~are the dead 14 2, 28 | there is among you zeal [Douay: 'envying'] and contention," 15 2, 29 | the hatred of their souls [Douay: ~'his soul'] had no evil." 16 2, 30 | 21: ~"The concupiscence [Douay: 'desire'] of wisdom bringeth 17 2, 35 | I have great sorrow ~[Douay: 'sadness'] and continual 18 2, 35 | sadness'] and continual pain [Douay: 'sorrow'] in my heart," ~ 19 2, 35 | the ~heart is every wound [Douay: 'plague'], and the wickedness 20 2, 55 | Cor. 15:56: "The virtue [Douay: ~'strength'] of sin is 21 2, 55 | 2 Cor. 12:9): "Virtue [Douay: ~'power'] is made perfect 22 2, 58 | Be ye ~therefore prudent [Douay: 'wise'] as serpents, and 23 2, 63 | saints, and of the household [Douay: ~'domestics'] of God" ( 24 2, 68 | says (1 Tim. 4:8): "Piety [Douay: 'Godliness'] is profitable 25 2, 69 | 15: "I shall be filled ~[Douay: 'satisfied'] when Thy glory 26 2, 77 | 6:10), "covetousness [*Douay: ~'The desire of money'] 27 2, 79 | things which are not right [Douay: 'convenient']," and a gloss ~ 28 2, 79 | This is made clear by the Douay ~Version: the Latin "factae 29 2, 80 | committeth sin is the slave [Douay: ~'servant'] of sin." Now " 30 2, 84 | pride of man is apostasy [Douay: 'to fall off'] from God." 31 2, 97 | faithful and wise dispenser ~[Douay: steward], whom his lord 32 2, 99 | He gave them ~discipline [Douay: 'instructions'] and the 33 2, 101 | written ~(Dt. 8:11): "Observe [Douay: 'Take heed'] and beware 34 2, 101 | Me, and will not observe [Douay: 'keep'] My . . ~. ceremonies 35 2, 102 | Place" [*Or 'Sanctuary'. The Douay version uses both expressions], 36 2, 102 | trees of dense foliage" [*Douay and A. V. and R. V. read: ' 37 2, 102 | praise Thee in a grave [Douay: 'strong'] people." But 38 2, 102 | uncircumcision [*'Praeputia,' which Douay ~version renders 'first 39 2, 102 | necessaries of life. The coot ~[*Douay: 'porphyrion.' St. Thomas' 40 2, 102 | plover [*Here, again, the Douay translators transcribed ~ 41 2, 105 | you shall be ~his slaves [Douay: 'servants']": which is 42 2, 107 | they ~are 'Yea'." [*The Douay version reads thus: "All 43 2, 110 | Lord gave to Joseph "grace [Douay: ~'favor'] in the sight 44 2, 8 | had already ~comprehended [Douay: 'attained'], or were already 45 2, 12 | pride of man is apostasy [Douay: 'to fall off'] from ~God," 46 2, 13 | diffidentiae,' ~which the Douay version renders 'children 47 2, 20 | conscience always presumes [Douay: 'forecasteth'] grievous ~ 48 2, 21 | in the Ps. 61:9: "Hope [Douay: ~'Trust'] in Him all ye 49 2, 22 | angels, "whose dwelling [Douay: 'conversation'] is not 50 2, 23 | according to his own virtue [Douay: 'proper ability']." Now, 51 2, 24 | wicked be ~turned into hell [*Douay and A. V.: 'The wicked shall 52 2, 30 | he says: "Dutifulness* [Douay: 'Godliness'] is profitable ~ 53 2, 30 | Tim. 4:8: "'Dutifulness ~[Douay: 'godliness'] is profitable 54 2, 34 | prosperity of sinners ~[*Douay: 'because I had a zeal on 55 2, 34 | prosperity of sinners" [*Douay: ~'because I had a zeal 56 2, 36 | there is among you zeal [Douay: 'envying'] and contention, 57 2, 39 | contrary, Strifes [*The Douay version has 'quarrels'] 58 2, 42 | tes ischyos}, which the Douay ~renders "with thy whole 59 2, 45 | a ~faithful and prudent [Douay: 'wise'] servant whom his 60 2, 45 | world are more prudent [Douay: ~'wiser'] in their generation 61 2, 45 | Rm. 8:6): "The prudence [Douay: ~'wisdom'] of the flesh 62 2, 45 | blind even the ~prudent [Douay: 'wise']."~Aquin.: SMT SS 63 2, 47 | how you walk ~cautiously [Douay: 'circumspectly']."~Aquin.: 64 2, 51 | just, ~and the imprudent [Douay: 'foolish'] man shall spend 65 2, 51 | 3:16): "Where jealousy [Douay: ~'envy'] and contention 66 2, 53 | world are more prudent [Douay: 'wiser'] in their generation," 67 2, 53 | God. Now "the prudence [Douay: 'wisdom'] of the flesh . . . ~ 68 2, 53 | 4, "To give craftiness [Douay: 'subtlety'] ~to little 69 2, 53 | Prov. 13:16): "The crafty [Douay: ~'prudent'] man doth all 70 2, 53 | written (Prov. 12:20): "Guile [Douay: 'Deceit'] is ~in the heart 71 2, 53 | that they practice frauds [Douay: 'deceits'] against ~their 72 2, 53 | man, with your fraudulent [Douay: ~'deceitful'] dealings?" 73 2, 54 | Be ye . . . prudent ~[Douay: 'wise'] as serpents." Therefore 74 2, 62 | 12:19: "Not defending [Douay: 'revenging'] yourselves, 75 2, 70 | 10, "I heard ~reviling [Douay: 'contumelies'] on every 76 2, 70 | shall also be reviling ~[Douay: 'reproach']." But anger 77 2, 70 | meddling with ~revilings [Douay: 'reproaches']." Now folly 78 2, 72 | shalt not be an ~informer [Douay: 'a detractor'] nor a tale-bearer [ 79 2, 72 | detractor'] nor a tale-bearer [Douay: 'whisperer'] ~among the 80 2, 72 | 28:15): "The tale-bearer [Douay: ~'whisperer'] and the double-tongued 81 2, 72 | Tale-bearers, backbiters ~[Douay: 'whisperers, detractors']" 82 2, 72 | not called a ~tale-bearer [Douay: 'whisperer']" says: "i.e. 83 2, 72 | 28:15): "The tale-bearer [Douay: 'whisperer'] and the ~double-tongued 84 2, 72 | He that backbiteth ~[Douay:,'detracteth'] his brother . . . 85 2, 72 | but to the tale-bearer [Douay: 'whisperer'] ~hatred, and 86 2, 74 | Cor. ~6:10, "Nor cursers [Douay: 'railers'], nor extortioners 87 2, 74 | the judgment of blasphemy [Douay: 'railing ~speech']," where 88 2, 76 | shalt ~lend upon usury.' The Douay version has simply 'lend.' 89 2, 84 | impart, for by such victims [Douay: 'sacrifices'] God's favor 90 2, 87 | 5:33): "Thou shall pay [Douay: 'perform'] thy oaths to 91 2, 90 | world are more prudent [Douay: 'wiser'] in their ~generation 92 2, 99 | appearance indeed of piety [Douay: ~'godliness']." Therefore 93 2, 109 | that our Lord "pretended [Douay: 'made as though'] he would ~ 94 2, 110 | significantly described as "proud" [Douay: ~'glorious']. Secondly, 95 2, 114 | are wars and ~quarrels [Douay: 'contentions'] among you? 96 2, 116 | fornication, covetousness" [Douay: 'avarice'], etc.~Aquin.: 97 2, 116 | fornication, covetousness [Douay: ~'avarice']," etc. adds ( 98 2, 117 | Tim. 6:10): "Covetousness [Douay: 'desire of money'] is the 99 2, 119 | chapter ~of Isaias (verse 2) [Douay: 'godliness'] [*"Pietas," 100 2, 120 | Apostle (1 Tim. 4:8): "Piety [Douay: ~'godliness'] is profitable 101 2, 122 | will give for his soul" [Douay: 'life'] i.e. for the life 102 2, 127 | vile person is contemned [*Douay: 'The malignant is brought 103 2, 132 | Ex. 15:11): "Magnificent [Douay: 'glorious'] in holiness," 104 2, 132 | Holiness and magnificence [Douay: 'Majesty'] in His ~sanctuary." 105 2, 136 | foot for . . . softness ~[Douay: 'niceness']." Thus delicacy 106 2, 139 | Cupiditas,' which is the Douay version following the Greek ~{ 107 2, 147 | she teacheth sobriety [Douay: 'temperance'], and prudence, 108 2, 148 | divided into "surfeiting [Douay:,'rioting'] and drunkenness," ~ 109 2, 149 | that go awhoring ~from [Douay: 'are disloyal to'] Thee." 110 2, 151 | 1): "Wine is a lustful [Douay: ~'luxurious'] thing." Now 111 2, 151 | with wine wherein is lust [Douay: 'luxury']." ~Therefore 112 2, 151 | of the flesh: Gal. 5:19 [Douay: ~'luxury'].~Aquin.: SMT 113 2, 151 | drunkenness take away the heart [Douay: 'understanding']." ~Vegetius, 114 2, 152 | uncleanness, immodesty, lust [Douay: 'luxury']." Therefore it 115 2, 153 | 1 Tim. 6:10, "Cupidity [Douay: 'The ~desire of money'] ({ 116 2, 155 | on 1 Tim. 4:8, "Piety [Douay: 'Godliness'] is profitable 117 2, 156 | Prov. 29:22, "An angry [Douay: 'passionate'] ~man provoketh 118 2, 160 | be an everlasting ~pride [Douay: 'glory'], a joy unto generation 119 2, 161 | Then did I restore [Douay: 'pay'] that which I took 120 2, 163 | hath not been ~tempted [Douay: 'tried'], what manner of 121 2, 164 | the greatest, all study [Douay: 'are given to'] covetousness." 122 2, 167 | Women . . . in ornate [Douay: 'decent'] apparel, adorning 123 2, 176 | 2 Thess. 2:9, where the Douay version ~renders 'virtus' 124 2, 184 | in the Vulgate, which the Douay ~version renders 'price.']. 125 2, 186 | have not known letters [Douay: 'learning'], I will enter 126 2, 186 | lead her into solitude [Douay: 'the ~wilderness']; and 127 2, 187 | taking 'retributio,' which Douay renders 'reward,' as ~meaning ' 128 2, 187 | concerning holiness [*The ~Douay version supplies the negative: ' 129 3, 5 | down My soul [animam ~meam: Douay: 'My life']." But to this 130 3, 5 | 17): 'I lay down My soul [Douay: 'life'] that I may take 131 3, 7 | ministry, for the building up [Douay: ~'edifying'] of the body 132 3, 15 | that you may comprehend [Douay: 'obtain']"; and Phil. ~ 133 3, 15 | means I may comprehend [Douay: ~'obtain']". Now man's 134 3, 16 | Lord, Thou art made [Douay: 'hast been'] our refuge" ( 135 3, 22 | an oblation and a victim [Douay: ~'sacrifice'] to God for 136 3, 29 | willing to take her away [*Douay: 'publicly to expose ~her'], 137 3, 36 | The birds of the heavens [Douay: 'air'] and the ~fishes 138 3, 39 | baptized, forthwith came up [Douay: 'out'] from the water." ~ 139 3, 43 | If I had not done in [Douay: 'among'] them the works 140 3, 45 | our lowness ~configured [Douay: 'made like'] to the body 141 3, 58 | as in Lk. 24:49: "Sit [Douay: 'Stay'] you in the city": 142 3, 59 | Christ - "of whom we speak" [Douay: 'whereof we speak'] [*The 143 3, 62 | hath a destroying vessel [Douay: 'weapon'] in his hand."~ 144 3, 73 | Christ, Who is "a host (Douay: 'sacrifice') . . . of ~ 145 Suppl, 37| There are distributions [Douay: ~'diversities'] of graces." 146 Suppl, 69| down into the deepest hell [Douay: 'pit']." Now since Job 147 Suppl, 72| heaven, ~and the virtues [Douay: 'powers'] of heaven shall 148 Suppl, 75| Forgive us our debts [Douay: 'trespasses']." Therefore 149 Suppl, 90| according to his proper virtue [Douay: ~'ability']." Now the proper 150 Suppl, 91| They shall satiate [*Douay: 'They ~shall be a loathsome 151 Suppl, 94| remove him out of the ~globe [Douay: 'world']." Therefore the


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