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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unbecoming

    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | in such acts as are not unbecoming to Him. For, as the ~Philosopher 2 1, 51 | bodies. For pretence is unbecoming in angels of truth. But 3 1, 55 | knowledge of each; which seems unbecoming.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 4 1, 74 | moved over the waters," are unbecoming.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 5 1, 52 | bodies. For pretence is unbecoming in angels of truth. But 6 1, 56 | knowledge of each; which seems unbecoming.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 7 1, 73 | moved over the waters," are unbecoming.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 8 2, 29 | is becoming to fire and unbecoming to water: and in ~respect 9 2, 38 | as having done something unbecoming to him, ~as Cicero says ( 10 2, 39 | not reckon it as something unbecoming, both of which are ~manifest 11 2, 48 | sometimes breaks out ~into unbecoming words: hence it is written ( 12 2, 48 | makes one break out into unbecoming words. Therefore it does 13 2, 100 | the first place, it seems unbecoming for the precept of the ~ 14 2, 100 | the case. It is therefore unbecoming to distinguish other ~moral 15 2, 101 | figures of something, it seems unbecoming that ~Moses should have 16 2, 102 | altar?" It was therefore ~unbecoming for the offerers to be denied 17 2, 102 | from God. It was therefore unbecoming that besides ~animals, nothing 18 2, 102 | honey." Therefore it was unbecoming that the use of honey, and 19 2, 102 | simplicity. ~Therefore it seems unbecoming for the tabernacle or temple 20 2, 102 | house. Therefore it was unbecoming ~to furnish the tabernacle 21 2, 103 | 2/3~But since it seems unbecoming that the apostles, in order 22 2, 20 | power for obtaining what is unbecoming to God, is to ~depreciate 23 2, 20 | Divine power that which is unbecoming to it, for thus man turns ~ 24 2, 20 | obtain from God ~something unbecoming to Him; which is the same 25 2, 31 | reprove men, which would be unbecoming. ~Therefore fraternal correction 26 2, 38 | come." ~Wherefore it is unbecoming for them to slay or shed 27 2, 38 | because such an occupation is unbecoming their ~personality.~Aquin.: 28 2, 62 | wicked, and to suffer abuses unbecoming his noble birth." Now ~nothing 29 2, 68 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is unbecoming for ministers of the altar 30 2, 69 | secondly because it ~is unbecoming to him: but, whereas the 31 2, 69 | it, he to whom an act ~is unbecoming is not debarred altogether, 32 2, 69 | court of justice would be unbecoming) or of soul, for it ~ill 33 2, 69 | another. Wherefore it is unbecoming that persons of ill ~repute, 34 2, 79 | creatures, it ~would seem unbecoming to employ them in showing 35 2, 79 | which befits mortals is ~unbecoming to immortals. But such things 36 2, 81 | It would seem that it is unbecoming to pray. Prayer seems to 37 2, 81 | Therefore it would seem unbecoming to pray to God.~Aquin.: 38 2, 81 | he states that "it is not unbecoming for anyone to desire enough 39 2, 81 | reason. Therefore prayer is unbecoming ~both the Divine Persons 40 2, 85 | to whose dignity it is ~unbecoming that they should demand 41 2, 87 | great authority ~that it is unbecoming for them to swear; while 42 2, 121 | members of the body. Nor is it unbecoming for the ~instrument to be 43 2, 127 | a way ~as to do nothing unbecoming in order to obtain them, 44 2, 127 | be bound to do anything unbecoming ~for their sake. Yet he 45 2, 143 | is most ~disgraceful and unbecoming to man, namely animal lusts. 46 2, 152 | consanguinity or affinity is unbecoming to venereal union on three ~ 47 2, 152 | is something essentially unbecoming and contrary to ~natural 48 2, 152 | venereal act is rendered unbecoming, there ~is a determinate 49 2, 159 | God." And there is nothing unbecoming in ~ascribing to humility 50 2, 167 | Further, just as it is unbecoming for a woman to wear man' 51 2, 167 | man's ~clothes, so is it unbecoming for her to adorn herself 52 2, 167 | husbands, except that it is unbecoming ~for women though married 53 2, 184 | the vow of obedience ~is unbecoming to religion whereby men 54 2, 185 | contrary to justice, ~is unbecoming to religious. Now begging 55 2, 185 | and consequently this is unbecoming to religious.~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 185 | Therefore it would seem ~unbecoming for religious to beg.~Aquin.: 57 2, 185 | covetousness or of anything else unbecoming. Secondly, mendicancy may 58 2, 186 | is a source of dissent is unbecoming to ~religious, who are gathered 59 3, 12 | But our Lord did nothing unbecoming to His age; and hence He 60 3, 16 | equal reason does it seem unbecoming that this word "God" ~should 61 3, 21 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unbecoming that Christ should pray. 62 3, 28 | Christ: ~wherefore it was unbecoming that it should be desecrated 63 3, 30 | was made by the angel in ~unbecoming order.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 64 3, 31 | original ~sin; which is unbecoming in His purity. Therefore 65 3, 31 | appear clean?" But it was ~unbecoming that any uncleanness should 66 3, 33 | being ~formed. For it was unbecoming that He should take to Himself 67 3, 34 | said above (A[3]), it was ~unbecoming that in His conception Christ 68 3, 36 | birth was made known in an unbecoming ~order. For Christ's birth 69 3, 36 | birth. It was therefore unbecoming ~that Christ should be made 70 3, 36 | It would seem that it was unbecoming that the Magi should come 71 3, 36 | King of the Jews," it seems unbecoming that they should come to ~ 72 3, 36 | grandeur. Therefore it was unbecoming for them to ~offer Him gifts 73 3, 39 | penance." ~But penance is unbecoming to Christ, since He had 74 3, 39 | God. ~Therefore it seems unbecoming to say that when Christ 75 3, 39 | incarnate. ~Therefore it is unbecoming to say that the Holy Ghost " 76 3, 39 | above (Q[5], A[1]), it was unbecoming that the ~Son of God, who 77 3, 39 | It would seem that it was unbecoming when Christ was baptized 78 3, 40 | nights." Therefore it seems unbecoming that, after leading such 79 3, 41 | Therefore it seems that it was ~unbecoming for Christ to be tempted.~ 80 3, 41 | them. Therefore it ~seems unbecoming that Christ should suffer 81 3, 41 | of the temptation were ~unbecoming. For the devil tempts in 82 3, 43 | as to the first, ~it was unbecoming for Him to work miracles 83 3, 51 | Therefore it appears to be ~unbecoming for Christ to be buried.~ 84 3, 51 | Christ was buried in an unbecoming manner. For ~His burial 85 3, 51 | death." It seems therefore unbecoming for honorable burial ~to 86 3, 54 | his death. For, if it be unbecoming for Christ to take a body 87 3, 54 | asserted, it is much more unbecoming for Him at His ~Resurrection 88 3, 55 | in public: and this is unbecoming in women, according to 1 89 3, 55 | by magical arts, they are unbecoming in ~Christ, according to 90 3, 57 | Q[20], A[1]~), it is not unbecoming if some movement be attributed 91 3, 57 | the spirit desire anything unbecoming to the soul ~or the body." 92 3, 62 | act of God. But it ~seems unbecoming that so excellent a being 93 3, 63 | For this ~reason it is unbecoming that Christ should have 94 3, 65 | sacraments as given above is ~unbecoming. For according to the Apostle ( 95 3, 66 | baptizeth." It is ~therefore unbecoming for the minister to say, " 96 3, 74 | the grape, since this is unbecoming ~owing to the impurity of 97 3, 75 | not. Consequently this is unbecoming to this sacrament.~Aquin.: 98 3, 77 | by consecration, which is unbecoming. Therefore no liquid ~can 99 3, 79 | spiritual nourishment, which is ~unbecoming to one that lies dead in 100 3, 80 | for the sacrament, it is unbecoming to approach ~the altar ( 101 3, 83 | virtue. Therefore it ~is unbecoming for such consecrations to 102 3, 83 | departed. Consequently it is unbecoming in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 103 3, 83 | intention. Nor is there anything unbecoming in our asking of ~God for 104 Suppl, 11| impunity, which ~would be unbecoming. Therefore it seems that 105 Suppl, 11| already blotted out, which is unbecoming. Therefore this permission ~ 106 Suppl, 19| purpose, but because it is ~unbecoming for the user to use them 107 Suppl, 32| generation which it would be unbecoming to anoint, on account of 108 Suppl, 39| the shedding of blood is unbecoming to ~the ministers of that 109 Suppl, 40| reason is that this would be ~unbecoming.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 110 Suppl, 64| mortal sin but ~that it is unbecoming. For under the Old Law which 111 Suppl, 64| the marriage debt is more unbecoming on feast ~days than the 112 Suppl, 71| 1~OBJ 4: Further, it is unbecoming to assert that the devotion 113 Suppl, 72| Consequently ~it is not unbecoming that another fire be added 114 Suppl, 82| would seem that clarity is unbecoming to the glorified body. ~ 115 Suppl, 88| perpetual darkness, which is unbecoming to ~the aforesaid renewal.~ 116 Suppl, 92| dowry is either altogether unbecoming to ~Christ, or not so properly 117 Suppl, 92| that the dowries are simply unbecoming to the angels, but only 118 Suppl, 96| was made: wherefore it is unbecoming for all men or ~all angels


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