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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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friends

    Part, Question
1 2, 4 | Whether the fellowship of friends is necessary?~~Aquin.: SMT 2 2, 4 | helping it from without: thus friends ~are necessary for some 3 2, 4 | OBJ 1: It would seem that friends are necessary for Happiness. 4 2, 4 | Therefore the fellowship of friends is necessary for Happiness.~ 5 2, 4 | Therefore fellowship of friends ~is also necessary.~Aquin.: 6 2, 4 | seems that fellowship ~of friends is necessary for Happiness.~ 7 2, 4 | life, the happy man ~needs friends, as the Philosopher says ( 8 2, 4 | needs the fellowship of friends.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[8] 9 2, 4 | Fatherland, the fellowship of friends is not essential to Happiness; ~ 10 2, 4 | But the ~fellowship of friends conduces to the well-being 11 2, 5 | what we do by means of ~our friends, is done, in a sense, by 12 2, 28 | friend. Hence it is proper to friends "to desire the same things, 13 2, 28 | reciprocal love: inasmuch as friends return love ~for love, and 14 2, 32 | presents or assistance to friends and strangers."~Aquin.: 15 2, 32 | others, especially to our friends, as in our own good. ~Secondly, 16 2, 38 | assuaged by the sympathy of friends?~(4) Whether it is assuaged 17 2, 38 | us to our ~dead or absent friends, become burdensome to us 18 2, 38 | assuaged by the sympathy of friends?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[38] A[ 19 2, 38 | the sorrow of sympathizing friends does not ~assuage our own 20 2, 38 | are consoled when their friends sympathize with them.~Aquin.: 21 2, 38 | is because when a man's friends condole with ~him, he sees 22 2, 43 | strength, a multitude of friends, and power drive fear away" ( 23 2, 45 | having a great number of ~friends or any other means of help, 24 2, 47 | But we are more angry with friends, if they offend us or ~refuse 25 2, 47 | To be despised by one's friends seems also a greater ~indignity. 26 2, 69 | should give, e.g. to our friends or others united to us; 27 2, 69 | or supper, call not thy friends, nor thy brethren," etc . . . ~" 28 2, 80 | the devil inspires his friends ~with evil desires"; and 29 2, 102 | assist at the burial of one's friends: wherefore ~Tobias is commended 30 2, 106 | holy souls, she maketh the friends of God ~and prophets." Therefore 31 2, 109 | What we ~can do through our friends, we can do, in some sense, 32 2, 109 | drink, to eat, or to have ~friends," and the like, as Augustine 33 2, 113 | iv) that when one of his ~friends was taken with a fever, " 34 2, 114 | Lk. 16:9): "Make unto you friends of the ~mammon of iniquity, 35 2, 4 | 12:4, "I say to you My friends," says that fortitude is 36 2, 11 | charity to all, not only to friends, but also to foes who ~persecute 37 2, 16 | we hope chiefly in our friends. It is in this sense that 38 2, 22 | you ~servants . . . but My friends." Now this was said to them 39 2, 22 | never extends but to one's ~friends: secondly, it extends to 40 2, 22 | Indeed so much do we love our friends, that for their sake we ~ 41 2, 23 | upon or speak with one's friends, ~"has destroyed many a 42 2, 24 | are those with whom we are friends, ~but love of them includes 43 2, 24 | those ~with whom we are friends.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 44 2, 24 | thyself." Now we love our friends out of charity. Therefore 45 2, 24 | wish ~good things for one's friends. Now the saints, out of 46 2, 24 | Further, it is proper to friends to rejoice in, and will 47 2, 24 | Further, it is proper to friends to associate together, according ~ 48 2, 24 | Ethic. ix, 3), when our ~friends fall into sin, we ought 49 2, 24 | would be to hate one's ~friends: hence Joab upbraided David 50 2, 24 | nothing is so proper to friends as companionship with ~one 51 2, 24 | hence this leads us ~to be friends, not with them, but with 52 2, 25 | lay down his life ~for his friends." Therefore a man is not 53 2, 25 | the good which we wish our friends.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 54 2, 26 | First, in the fact that friends are more commended for loving ~ 55 2, 26 | imperfect charity love their ~friends. Therefore it is more meritorious 56 2, 26 | this respect the ~love of friends, considered in itself, is 57 2, 26 | because the love of one's friends is not meritorious in God' 58 2, 26 | merely because they are our friends: and this would seem to ~ 59 2, 26 | the case when we love our friends in such a way that we love 60 2, 26 | other hand the love of our friends is meritorious, if we ~love 61 2, 26 | merely because they are our friends.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 62 2, 26 | 2: A man's love for his friends is sometimes less meritorious ~ 63 2, 28 | says (De Amicitia) that ~friends "like and dislike the same 64 2, 28 | Philosopher says (Ethic. ix, 6) friends need not ~agree in opinion, 65 2, 29 | being beneficent, "to one's friends." Therefore ~it is an act 66 2, 29 | or a supper, call not thy friends, nor thy brethren, ~nor 67 2, 29 | forbid us to invite our friends ~and kinsmen to eat with 68 2, 30 | Lk. 16:9): "Make unto you friends of the mammon of ~iniquity." 69 2, 30 | unto oneself spiritual friends by giving alms out of ill-gotten 70 2, 30 | such like gains from our friends to whom we ~ought rather 71 2, 30 | 9, "Make unto yourselves friends," etc., "He calls ~mammon 72 2, 30 | Lk. 16:9: "Make unto ~you friends of the mammon of iniquity, 73 2, 31 | of disturbing him or his friends.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 74 2, 43 | holy souls; she maketh the friends of God and prophets": whereas ~ 75 2, 47 | when two men are seen to be friends they are reckoned to be ~ 76 2, 62 | all men, and "we wish our ~friends to live and to exist," according 77 2, 62 | slew their ~neighbors and friends, would seem not to have 78 2, 69 | a ~supper, call not thy friends . . . nor thy neighbors 79 2, 72 | Tale-bearers sow discord among ~friends; backbiters deny or disparage 80 2, 72 | sinful man ~will trouble his friends, and bring in debate in 81 2, 72 | no man can live ~without friends," as the Philosopher declares ( 82 2, 73 | takes place in jest among friends, wherefore it ~is known 83 2, 76 | it were such a thing ~as friends are wont to lend to one 84 2, 80 | their children or dear ~friends, whom they thought to have 85 2, 94 | or a boy coming between friends walking together; kicking ~ 86 2, 98 | Lk. 16:9, "Make unto you ~friends of the mammon of iniquity." 87 2, 99 | fellow-citizens and to all the friends ~of our country. Therefore 88 2, 102 | perfected": and this because friends have the same likes and ~ 89 2, 112 | from those who are not his friends." Now it seems to pertain 90 2, 112 | and ~displease intimate friends and strangers in the same 91 2, 115 | gives it not only to his friends but also to those whom he 92 2, 116 | or by preying on one's friends, as gamblers do.~Aquin.: 93 2, 122 | lay down his life for his friends." Moreover without charity 94 2, 122 | lay down his life for his friends."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] 95 2, 127 | home with others than his friends: ~because he altogether 96 2, 127 | means of riches, ~power and friends. Hence it is evident that 97 2, 141 | intercourse between a man and his friends, and ~this is called "gravity."~ 98 2, 142 | first time; by those ~whose friends they wish to become." Now 99 2, 142 | the first ~time, or whose friends we wish to be, is that we 100 2, 142 | failing to become ~their friends.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 101 2, 152 | a man from having many ~friends: since through a man taking 102 2, 155 | friendship ~which makes friends rejoice and grieve for the 103 2, 166 | 10): "We should make few friends ~for the sake of pleasure, 104 2, 170 | souls," and "maketh the friends of God, and the ~prophets." 105 2, 170 | prophets." Now wisdom makes the friends of God immediately. Therefore 106 2, 170 | souls," and "maketh the friends of God, and prophets." ~ 107 2, 170 | But I have called you friends, because all things whatsoever ~ 108 2, 170 | that the ~prophets are the friends of God; which is impossible 109 2, 170 | their minds, "maketh the friends of God, and prophets." Others, 110 2, 177 | wish "to associate with his friends" (Ethic. ix, 12).~Aquin.: 111 2, 182 | man loving not only his friends and acquaintances but ~also 112 2, 182 | lay down his life for his friends." Thirdly, as to the effect 113 2, 182 | lay down his life for his friends": and a gloss on Heb. 12: 114 2, 183 | give to their relations or friends, their surplus ~of ecclesiastical 115 2, 184 | 8) "we do many things by friends, by riches, by political ~ 116 2, 184 | 138:17, "But to me Thy friends, O God, are made exceedingly ~ 117 2, 186 | the weak at home, or his friends against ~robbers is full 118 2, 187 | with one's relations and friends is ~requisite for entrance 119 2, 187 | discussing the matter with one's friends.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 120 2, 187 | Gal. 5:17), ~so too carnal friends often thwart our spiritual 121 3, 4 | us give ourselves to our friends as ~much as we can, and 122 3, 18 | which the wills even of friends agree, ~inasmuch as reason 123 3, 25 | Christ, the children and friends ~of God, and our intercessors. 124 3, 26 | mediator, who separates friends" ~[*Augustine, De Civ. Dei 125 3, 36 | made especially ~to the friends of God, according to Job 126 3, 44 | Go into thy house to thy friends, and tell them, how great ~ 127 3, 46 | Christ." He suffered from friends and acquaintances, ~as is 128 3, 46 | For Christ suffered from friends abandoning Him; in His ~ 129 3, 48 | may be used, ~among which friends are to be computed.~Aquin.: 130 3, 49 | of reconciliation between friends. But God ~always loved us, 131 3, 66 | lay down his life for his ~friends."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 132 3, 73 | are spoken by departing ~friends, are committed most deeply 133 3, 73 | especially ~affection for friends is more enkindled, and the 134 3, 75 | friendship to live together with friends, as the Philosopher ~says ( 135 3, 79 | according to Cant 5:1: "Eat, O ~friends, and drink, and be inebriated, 136 Suppl, 14| of charity, which ~makes friends hold their possessions in 137 Suppl, 71| sacraments, in vain do his friends have ~recourse to such like 138 Suppl, 71| priests, ~or the alms of their friends, or the prayers of the saints, 139 Suppl, 71| when they arrange for their friends to be ~buried in holy places, 140 Suppl, 72| would they watch over their friends and kindred and assist them 141 Suppl, 72| they know the woes of their friends, their grief is forestalled 142 Suppl, 72| For no man asks anyone's friends to pray for him, except 143 Suppl, 84| declared before all ~thy friends and foes, and in the presence 144 Suppl, 95| not wish, at ~least their friends in the flesh to be damned 145 Suppl, 96| making unto themselves "friends of the mammon of ~iniquity" (


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