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latitia 1
latitude 4
latitudo 1
latria 124
latrocinium 1
latrone 2
latter 667
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124 excommunicated
124 generically
124 imaginary
124 latria
124 look
124 mention
124 mouth
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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latria

    Part, Question
1 1, 28 | cannot claim the adoration of latria; ~contrary to what is sung 2 2, 3 | and this is an act of "latria," for ~its purpose is to 3 2, 3 | God, which is the end of ~"latria." The third is the confession 4 2, 24 | God, which is known as "latria," ~is distinct from the 5 2, 24 | give the singular honor of latria on account of His ~singular 6 2, 79 | OBJ 3: Further, seemingly "latria" pertains to religion. Now " 7 2, 79 | pertains to religion. Now "latria ~signifies servitude," as 8 2, 79 | Him, which is known as ~"latria" in Greek; and therefore 9 2, 79 | stated above (A[1], ad 3) "latria" belongs to religion, and ~" 10 2, 79 | belongs to religion, and ~"latria" denotes a kind of servitude. 11 2, 79 | represents. Hence neither "latria" nor the ~virtue of religion 12 2, 81 | 2: Further, the act of "latria" falls under a necessity 13 2, 82 | consider the external acts of latria, and in the ~first place, 14 2, 82 | Whether adoration is an act of latria?~(2) Whether adoration denotes 15 2, 82 | Whether adoration is an act of latria or religion? ~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 82 | adoration is not an act of latria or religion. ~The worship 17 2, 82 | adoration is not an act ~of latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[84] A[ 18 2, 82 | adoration is nol an act of latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[84] A[ 19 2, 82 | God, and ~which belongs to latria, differs from the reverence 20 2, 82 | adored, with the adoration of latria, God Who appeared and spoke 21 2, 82 | And since in all acts of latria that ~which is without is 22 2, 86 | Whether a vow is an act of latria or religion?~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 86 | that a vow is not an act of latria or religion. ~Every act 24 2, 86 | the act of ~religion or latria. Therefore, a vow is an 25 2, 86 | Therefore, a vow is an act of latria or religion.~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 86 | belongs to religion or latria by way of command, in so 27 2, 86 | which is the proper end of latria. Now ~the direction of other 28 2, 86 | God is the proper act of latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 29 2, 86 | vow is properly an ~act of latria or religion. ~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 87 | is an act of religion or latria?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 31 2, 87 | not an act of religion, or latria. ~Acts of religion are about 32 2, 87 | not an act of religion or latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 33 2, 87 | not an act of ~religion or latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 34 2, 87 | the end of religion or latria is to show reverence to ~ 35 2, 87 | God belongs to religion or latria. wherefore it is evident ~ 36 2, 87 | is an act of religion or latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 37 2, 89 | reverence and the honor of ~latria; wherefore Ps. 64:2 is rendered 38 2, 92 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, latria pertains to the virtue of 39 2, 92 | superstition is opposed. But latria, apparently, is univocally 40 2, 92 | true God, ~which is the latria of true religion. Therefore 41 2, 92 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The term latria may be taken in two senses. 42 2, 92 | definition. Taken thus latria is applied univocally, whether 43 2, 92 | king. In another sense ~latria denotes the same as religion, 44 2, 92 | given; and in this way latria is applied equivocally to 45 2, 92 | applied equivocally to the latria of ~true religion, and to 46 2, 92 | other ~things pertaining to latria, not only to God but also 47 2, 92 | this is the ~worship of latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 48 2, 92 | that the outward worship of latria should be given to idols, ~ 49 2, 92 | set up that the worship of latria may ~be paid to them, but 50 2, 92 | image of Christ, ~to which latria is due on account of His 51 2, 101| special virtue, distinct from latria?~(4) Whether it contains 52 2, 101| the honor of adoration and latria, which is due to God. Or 53 2, 101| special virtue distinct from latria? Objection 1. It ~seems 54 2, 101| special virtue distinct from latria. For a ~gloss on Ps. 7:1, " 55 2, 101| creation, to Whom ~we owe latria." Now the virtue directed 56 2, 101| a ~distinct virtue from latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] A[ 57 2, 101| not a distinct virtue from latria with which we ~honor God.~ 58 2, 101| not a distinct virtue from latria whereby God is ~honored.~ 59 2, 101| dulia, is distinct from latria which ~denotes the homage 60 2, 101| a ~distinct virtue from latria, which pays due service 61 2, 101| of excellence, so again latria is ~called dulia by way 62 2, 101| create by ~reason of which latria is due to God: and so this 63 2, 101| distinction, by ascribing latria to God in respect of creation, 64 2, 101| honoring the one or the other, latria and dulia are not the same ~ 65 2, 101| apparently a mean between ~latria and dulia: for it is shown 66 2, 101| Dulia is condivided with latria. But latria is not ~divided 67 2, 101| condivided with latria. But latria is not ~divided into different 68 2, 159| do we owe ~the worship of latria. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] 69 3, 25 | adored with the adoration of "latria"?~(3) Whether the adoration 70 3, 25 | Whether the adoration of "latria" is to be given to the image 71 3, 25 | of ~Christ?~(4) Whether "latria" is to be given to the Cross 72 3, 25 | adored with the adoration of "latria"?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 73 3, 25 | with the ~adoration of "latria." For on the words of Ps. 74 3, 25 | with the adoration called ~'latria,' which is due to the Creator 75 3, 25 | with the ~adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 76 3, 25 | Further, the worship of "latria" is not to be given to any ~ 77 3, 25 | with ~the adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 78 3, 25 | Further, the adoration of "latria" is due to God in recognition ~ 79 3, 25 | adored with the adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 80 3, 25 | adored with the adoration of "latria." Therefore also His body 81 3, 25 | humanity is the adoration of ~"latria." Secondly, the adoration 82 3, 25 | is the adoration not of ~"latria" but of "dulia." So that 83 3, 25 | Christ is ~adored with "latria" on account of His Divinity, 84 3, 25 | unfitting. For the honor of "latria" is due to God the ~Father 85 3, 25 | all by creation, to Whom ~'latria' is due."~Aquin.: SMT TP 86 3, 25 | that is, with adoration of "latria." And then thus ~understood 87 3, 25 | Because the ~adoration of "latria" is not given to Christ' 88 3, 25 | with the adoration of ~"latria"?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 89 3, 25 | with the ~adoration of "latria." For it is written (Ex. 90 3, 25 | adored with the adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 91 3, 25 | with the adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 92 3, 25 | Christ the adoration of "latria" is due by reason of ~His 93 3, 25 | humanity. But the adoration of "latria" is not ~due to the image 94 3, 25 | with ~the adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 95 3, 25 | with ~the adoration of "latria"; therefore also His image.~ 96 3, 25 | adored with the adoration of "latria," it follows that His ~image 97 3, 25 | adored with the adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 98 3, 25 | gave the veneration of ~"latria." Whereas we give the adoration 99 3, 25 | we give the adoration of "latria" to the image of ~Christ, 100 3, 25 | Consequently, if the adoration of "latria" were shown to the rational ~ 101 3, 25 | with the adoration of ~"latria"?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 102 3, 25 | with ~the adoration of "latria." For no dutiful son honors 103 3, 25 | with the adoration of ~"latria," inasmuch as it is united 104 3, 25 | worshiped with the adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 105 3, 25 | not show the worship of "latria." It ~seems, therefore, 106 3, 25 | with the ~adoration of "latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 107 3, 25 | We show the worship of "latria" to that in which we ~place 108 3, 25 | with the adoration of ~"latria."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 109 3, 25 | viz. the adoration of "latria." And ~for this reason also 110 3, 25 | worship with the adoration of "latria," as stated above (A[3]).~ 111 3, 25 | with the adoration of ~"latria"?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 112 3, 25 | with the ~adoration of "latria." For it seems that the 113 3, 25 | worshiped with the adoration of "latria." ~Therefore His Mother 114 3, 25 | with the adoration ~of "latria." Therefore the Mother also.~ 115 3, 25 | worshiped with the adoration of "latria." Therefore also His ~Mother 116 3, 25 | Therefore the ~worship of "latria" is not due to her.~Aquin.: 117 3, 25 | 1~I answer that, Since "latria" is due to God alone, it 118 3, 25 | Consequently the worship of "latria" is not due to any mere ~ 119 3, 25 | creature, the worship of "latria" is not due to her, ~but 120 3, 25 | say, with the ~worship of "latria." "But we honor the martyrs' 121 3, 25 | who gave the worship of "latria" to dead men.~Aquin.: SMT 122 3, 74 | adored with ~adoration of latria." And therefore others have 123 3, 75 | adored with ~adoration of latria.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 124 3, 76 | Whom we show reverence of "latria." Therefore, when ~such


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