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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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night

    Part, Question
1 1, 58 | evening and morning the night intervenes; while ~noonday 2 1, 58 | ought to be a noonday and a night knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 58 | turn to darkness and ~to night; but they refer this back 4 1, 58 | after "evening" there ~is no night, but "morning"; so that 5 1, 63 | absorbed in themselves, became night, "swelling up with pride," ~ 6 1, 64 | fails utterly, ~then it is night. So then the knowledge of 7 1, 64 | from the light, "He called ~night."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 8 1, 66 | illuminated, and there would be no night. Therefore the ~empyrean 9 1, 66 | time is divided by day and night. But in the beginning ~there 10 1, 66 | there was neither day nor night, for these began when "God 11 1, 66 | distinguished into day and ~night.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 12 1, 67 | light that distinguishes night from day, and this ~is effected 13 1, 67 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, night and day are brought about 14 1, 67 | production of light, dividing night from day, ought not to ~ 15 1, 67 | light ~day, and the darkness night."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 16 1, 67 | in Hexaem.) that day and night were ~then caused by expansion 17 1, 67 | is the cause of day and night. This, as it seems, had 18 1, 67 | distinction between day and night alone is mentioned; this 19 1, 69 | of time, namely, that of night and day. On the ~second 20 1, 70 | cannot be said "to rule the night." But ~such it probably 21 1, 70 | was not made "to rule the night."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 22 1, 70 | division of time into day and night took place ~on the first 23 1, 70 | morning, and thus it rules the night, and it was probably ~made 24 1, 74 | of my ~pilgrimage," where night is not mentioned at all. 25 1, 74 | denotes the beginning ~of night, and morning the beginning 26 1, 59 | evening and morning the night intervenes; while ~noonday 27 1, 59 | ought to be a noonday and a night knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 28 1, 59 | turn to darkness and ~to night; but they refer this back 29 1, 59 | after "evening" there ~is no night, but "morning"; so that 30 1, 64 | absorbed in themselves, became night, "swelling up with pride," ~ 31 1, 65 | fails utterly, ~then it is night. So then the knowledge of 32 1, 65 | from the light, "He called ~night."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 33 1, 67 | illuminated, and there would be no night. Therefore the ~empyrean 34 1, 67 | time is divided by day and night. But in the beginning ~there 35 1, 67 | there was neither day nor night, for these began when "God 36 1, 67 | distinguished into day and ~night.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 37 1, 68 | light that distinguishes night from day, and this ~is effected 38 1, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, night and day are brought about 39 1, 68 | production of light, dividing night from day, ought not to ~ 40 1, 68 | light ~day, and the darkness night."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[67] A[ 41 1, 68 | in Hexaem.) that day and night were ~then caused by expansion 42 1, 68 | is the cause of day and night. This, as it seems, had 43 1, 68 | distinction between day and night alone is mentioned; this 44 1, 70 | of time, namely, that of night and day. On the ~second 45 1, 71 | cannot be said "to rule the night." But ~such it probably 46 1, 71 | was not made "to rule the night."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 47 1, 71 | division of time into day and night took place ~on the first 48 1, 71 | morning, and thus it rules the night, and it was probably ~made 49 1, 73 | of my ~pilgrimage," where night is not mentioned at all. 50 1, 73 | denotes the beginning ~of night, and morning the beginning 51 1, 85 | images are perceived more at night and while we sleep than ~ 52 1, 85 | day are ~evanescent. The night air is calmer, when silence 53 1, 101 | unvarying equality of day and night; that it is never too cold 54 2, 32 | have been my bread ~day and night": where bread denotes the 55 2, 71 | wills to sit up late at night, the ~result being that 56 2, 102 | which sees clearly at night, but cannot see in the daytime, 57 2, 102 | which ~seeks its food by night but hides by day, signifies 58 2, 105 | not lodge with thee ~that night, but thou shalt restore 59 2, 31 | a dream in ~a vision by night, when deep sleep falleth 60 2, 64 | takes advantage of the ~night."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 61 2, 77 | if a man gets drunk at night, and cannot get up for ~ 62 2, 81 | our Lord passed the whole ~night in prayer, and that He ' 63 2, 93 | a dream in a vision ~by night, when deep sleep falleth 64 2, 106 | who cry to Him day ~and night?" as if to say: "He will 65 2, 145 | surrounding cold of the night), ~and the humor spread 66 2, 145 | Testament is compared to the night, ~while the state of the 67 2, 145 | according to ~Rm. 13:12, "The night is passed and the day is 68 2, 145 | Testament they fasted until night, but not in the New Testament.~ 69 2, 152 | a dream in a vision by ~night, when deep sleep is wont 70 2, 165 | evident that a man who day and night wrestles with the dialectic 71 2, 184 | they will; and yet day and ~night they are more busily occupied 72 2, 185 | Thess. 3:8,9): "We worked night and ~day . . . that we might 73 2, 185 | law of the Lord day and night, end have no ~other share 74 2, 186 | he shall meditate day and night" on the law of the Lord, ~ 75 2, 186 | and He passed the whole night in the prayer of God." ~ 76 3, 13 | and He passed the whole night in the prayer of God." Therefore 77 3, 15 | future event, as when at night we are frightened at a ~ 78 3, 21 | and He passed the whole night in ~the prayer of God."~ 79 3, 27 | where it is written of the ~night of original sin: "Let it 80 3, 36 | it appeared not only ~at night, but also at midday: and 81 3, 40 | and He passed the whole ~night in the prayer of God." On 82 3, 42 | Lord was wont to preach at night, and expound His ~doctrine 83 3, 42 | carnal-minded, and His words are night to the unbeliever. His ~ 84 3, 46 | moon - nevertheless, on the night when the Lamb was sacrificed, ~ 85 3, 46 | from the ninth hour of the night - namely, when the chief 86 3, 46 | lasts from that hour of the night down to Christ's ~crucifixion; 87 3, 46 | then that day grows upon night; because by our Saviour' 88 3, 51 | gates of Gaza during the night, even so Christ rose in 89 3, 51 | even so Christ rose in the night, ~taking away the gates 90 3, 51 | by Christ's death. But ~night belongs to darkness, and 91 3, 51 | tomb for two days and a night, ~rather than conversely.~ 92 3, 51 | resurrection, ~that is, a whole night with a whole day, and a 93 3, 51 | a whole day, and a whole night."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 94 3, 51 | has not the semblance ~of night, but of day: consequently 95 3, 51 | language, wished to compute as night those three ~hours, from 96 3, 51 | setting: for the ~coming night of the Sabbath follows, 97 3, 51 | Sabbath ~there follows the night of the first day of the 98 3, 51 | able to take a day and ~a night as one natural day. And 99 3, 51 | with twenty-four hours of night and day; ~while the night 100 3, 51 | night and day; ~while the night following belongs to the 101 3, 51 | were computed from light to night on account of man's future 102 3, 51 | part of the darkness of the night remains. Hence it is said 103 3, 51 | rose in the middle of the night, not that night is ~divided 104 3, 51 | middle of the night, not that night is ~divided into two equal 105 3, 51 | equal parts, but during the night itself: for the ~expression " 106 3, 51 | can be taken as partly night and partly day, from its ~ 107 3, 53 | says (De ~Trin. iv): "The night until the dawn, when the 108 3, 53 | day draws its origin from night: for, as the first days 109 3, 80 | is defiled in a dream by night, he shall go ~forth out 110 3, 80 | some eat and drink late at night, and possibly after ~passing 111 3, 80 | after ~passing a sleepless night receive the sacred mysteries 112 3, 83 | one mass is sung in the ~night, in the "Introit" of which 113 3, 83 | literally born during the night, ~as a sign that He came 114 3, 83 | the day and not in the ~night, because Christ is present 115 3, 83 | it is day: because the ~night cometh when no man can work; 116 3, 83 | Exception is made on the night of Christmas eve, when mass 117 3, 83 | our Lord was born in the night (De Consecr., dist. ~1). 118 3, 83 | towards the ~beginning of the night, since our Lord rose in 119 3, 83 | since our Lord rose in the night, that is, "when ~it was 120 3, 89 | since the ~darkness of night follows after the evening 121 Suppl, 64| intercourse with her husband at night and came in the ~morning 122 Suppl, 69| myself whom not for a single night would my loving ~mother 123 Suppl, 72| shall come as a thief in the night." Therefore signs ~ought 124 Suppl, 74| will be no time, neither night nor day. Therefore the ~ 125 Suppl, 74| wherefore (Jn. 13:30) the night is mentioned as being the 126 Suppl, 74| Christ's resurrection was at night, as Gregory says in a homily 127 Suppl, 74| Lord will also come in the night. Now, when He ~comes the 128 Suppl, 74| be in the day or in the night.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 129 Suppl, 74| be ~in the day or in the night.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 130 Suppl, 85| come as a thief in the night." Therefore seemingly, as 131 Suppl, 85| coming of a ~thief in the night is altogether uncertain, 132 Suppl, 88| heat, summer and winter, night and day ~shall not cease." 133 Suppl, 88| day ~shall not cease." Now night and day, summer and winter 134 Suppl, 88| stars for the light of the night: Who stirreth up the sea, 135 Suppl, 88| to divide the day and the night"; and to be "for signs, ~ 136 Suppl, 88| moon was made "to rule the night." ~Therefore when man sinned 137 Suppl, 88| very truth, there will be night ~nowhere on earth but only 138 Suppl, 96| shall be tormented day and night for ever and ~ever," which


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