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121 stars
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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holiness

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1 1, 1 | whatever may have been their holiness and learning."~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 36 | object loved. ~Further, holiness is attributed to whatever 3 1, 108 | for they are void of all holiness. Therefore among the ~demons 4 2, 4 | peace with all ~men, and holiness; without which no man shall 5 2, 58 | should hold or not hold"; and holiness as "a science ~which makes 6 2, 81 | according to Ps. 92:5: "Holiness becometh Thy House, O ~Lord."~ 7 2, 98 | receive a prerogative of ~holiness, in reverence for Christ 8 2, 102 | eaten. The second ~place in holiness, belongs to the sacrifice 9 2, 102 | consecration signifies interior holiness, the ~subject of which is 10 2, 102 | was burnt, signifying the holiness ~of the people acceptable 11 2, 102 | His government, i.e. the ~holiness of the people, on the altar 12 2, 102 | whereon the very devotion and holiness of the people was ~offered 13 2, 30 | various degrees of connection, holiness and ~utility. For we ought 14 2, 31 | those who bear a name for holiness are reported falsely or 15 2, 78 | eugnomosyne}] piety, gratitude, holiness, just exchange" ~and "just 16 2, 78 | Aristotle, Ethic. vi, 13]: and "holiness" comes to the same, as we ~ 17 2, 79 | religion is the same as holiness?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 18 2, 79 | may serve ~Him . . . in holiness and justice." Now, "to serve 19 2, 79 | peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall 20 2, 81 | persevere and advance in ~holiness. Yet those who pray are 21 2, 81 | to the knowledge of His ~holiness and to reign together with 22 2, 82 | mysteries and other signs of ~holiness contained therein. Thirdly, 23 2, 93 | that are divine pertain to holiness ~rather than to sin. Therefore 24 2, 97 | sacred thing by reason of its holiness: and consequently the species 25 2, 97 | irreverently: for the ~greater the holiness ascribed to the sacred thing 26 2, 97 | A[3] Body Para. 2/3~Now holiness is ascribed, not only to 27 2, 97 | other sacred things. And the holiness of a place is directed to ~ 28 2, 97 | place is directed to ~the holiness of man, who worships God 29 2, 97 | is not the same aspect of holiness in all the ~aforesaid: wherefore 30 2, 97 | is committed against his holiness, for instance if a virgin 31 2, 107 | him, for instance science, holiness and so forth. This is ~done 32 2, 109 | openly than to simulate holiness." But to ~sin openly is 33 2, 109 | are who wear ~the habit of holiness, yet are unable to attain 34 2, 109 | those who wear the habit of holiness, without ~attaining the 35 2, 109 | Reply OBJ 2: The habit of holiness, for instance the religious 36 2, 109 | man puts on the habit of holiness, with the ~intention of 37 2, 109 | laying aside the habit of holiness. If, however, ~he were to 38 2, 109 | were to put on the habit of holiness in order to make a show 39 2, 109 | desire of being ~honored for holiness, though guilty of wickedness, 40 2, 109 | openly than to simulate ~holiness": and a gloss on Job 1:21 [* 41 2, 109 | things in hypocrisy, lack of holiness, and ~simulation thereof. 42 2, 109 | is ~entirely deprived of holiness save through mortal sin. 43 2, 109 | who intends to simulate holiness, which he lacks ~through 44 2, 109 | whereby he is ~deprived of holiness, yet, in his case, the dissimulation 45 2, 109 | if he were to simulate ~holiness in order to disseminate 46 2, 109 | simulates the perfection of ~holiness which is not necessary for 47 2, 120 | venial sin does not destroy holiness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 48 2, 132 | magnificence seems to belong to holiness, for it is ~written (Ex. 49 2, 132 | Magnificent [Douay: 'glorious'] in holiness," and ~(Ps. 95:6): "Holiness 50 2, 132 | holiness," and ~(Ps. 95:6): "Holiness and magnificence [Douay: ' 51 2, 132 | in His ~sanctuary." Now holiness is the same as religion, 52 2, 132 | magnificence is connected with ~holiness, since its chief effect 53 2, 132 | directed to religion or holiness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] A[ 54 2, 149 | deprive her body of its ~holiness, which is safeguarded by 55 2, 166 | which is ~becoming to the holiness of your state." Wherefore 56 2, 170 | prophets." ~Now there can be no holiness without a good life and 57 2, 176 | in proof of a person's ~holiness, which God desires to propose 58 2, 176 | it is in proof of their holiness that miracles are wrought 59 2, 176 | the one in proof of whose holiness ~such things are done.~Aquin.: 60 2, 176 | not ~as an attestation of holiness. Hence Augustine says (QQ. 61 2, 178 | peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man ~shall 62 2, 178 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Holiness or cleanness of heart is 63 2, 182 | requires a greater inward holiness than that which is requisite ~ 64 2, 182 | do something contrary ~to holiness than a religious who is 65 2, 183 | excels not in ~knowledge and holiness." Now he who excels in knowledge 66 2, 183 | excels in knowledge and holiness is ~better. Therefore a 67 2, 183 | others in both knowledge and holiness. Wherefore Gregory ~says ( 68 2, 183 | not excel in the grace of holiness. It is otherwise ~in the 69 2, 184 | who are in the state of ~holiness and perfection are the most 70 2, 185 | themselves the ~practice of holiness. For it is foolish to say 71 2, 185 | through advancing himself in holiness; and ~consequently it is 72 2, 185 | be paid for ~a pretended holiness." Therefore it would seem 73 2, 185 | men should do no deeds of ~holiness for the sake of show: and 74 2, 187 | from a higher degree ~of holiness, than the highest degree 75 2, 187 | holy orders prerequire ~holiness, whereas the religious state 76 2, 187 | school for the attainment of ~holiness. Hence the burden of orders 77 2, 187 | are already seasoned with holiness, whereas the burden of religion ~ 78 2, 187 | without religion concerning holiness [*The ~Douay version supplies 79 3, 2 | that grade of purity and holiness, which ~fitted her to be 80 3, 4 | forecasts of (His) future holiness should shine forth. And ~ 81 3, 4 | God appointed ~signs of holiness, which began in Abraham, 82 3, 6 | pertaining ~to the spiritual holiness of the man is an effect 83 3, 22 | acquired then the actual holiness of a victim, from ~the charity 84 3, 28 | derogatory to the dignity and holiness of God's Mother: ~for thus 85 3, 34 | who are made holy receive holiness, according ~to Heb. 2:11: " 86 3, 34 | distinction between His ~holiness and ours, it is declared 87 3, 37 | are ~offered, to show that holiness should be not only in the 88 3, 38 | which, after ~stating the holiness of John, adds many went 89 3, 60 | Testament signified the ~holiness of Christ considered as 90 3, 60 | Himself. Others signified His ~holiness considered as the cause 91 3, 60 | considered as the cause of our holiness; thus the sacrifice of ~ 92 3, 60 | that signify disposition to holiness ~are not called sacraments, 93 3, 60 | signify the perfection ~of holiness in man.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 94 3, 60 | only one cause of ~man's holiness, viz. the blood of Christ; 95 3, 64 | but they belong to the holiness of righteousness, as being ~ 96 3, 64 | is thereby disposed to ~holiness. On the other hand, the 97 3, 64 | consecration. Wherefore the holiness of righteousness ~is required 98 3, 72 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Holiness is the cause of salvation. 99 3, 80 | lies in him, he lessens the holiness ~of the sacrament, and the 100 3, 82 | is speaking there of the holiness of the Divine ~sacrament.~ 101 3, 83 | order to ~represent the holiness which is the effect of the 102 3, 83 | both ~to represent the holiness which the Church acquired 103 3, 83 | as ~well as to denote the holiness required of them who have 104 3, 83 | altar signifies Christ's holiness, of which ~it was said ( 105 3, 83 | altar." For because Christ's holiness is the fount of ~all the 106 3, 83 | fount of ~all the Church's holiness, therefore in necessity 107 3, 83 | altar signifies Christ's ~holiness, and the consecration of 108 3, 83 | consecration of a house the holiness of the entire ~Church, therefore 109 3, 84 | understand it to signify the holiness which it confers." Now it 110 Suppl, 35| above ~them by the merit of holiness. Hence they are required 111 Suppl, 36| than the clergy." Therefore holiness of ~life is requisite in 112 Suppl, 36| sins mortally. Consequently holiness ~of life is requisite for 113 Suppl, 36| Now it is by merit of holiness and ~knowledge that a man 114 Suppl, 36| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Holiness once possessed can be lost. 115 Suppl, 36| consist in the mere merit of holiness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 116 Suppl, 36| them by virtue of their own holiness (for this ~belongs to God 117 Suppl, 36| men without knowledge or holiness of life may be useful for 118 Suppl, 36| that nothing ~contrary to holiness is in the candidate for 119 Suppl, 36| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, holiness of life is required in one 120 Suppl, 59| Juda hath profaned the holiness ~of the Lord, which he loved,


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