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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sick

    Part, Question
1 1, 17 | sweet seems bitter to a sick person. But as to common 2 1, 20 | some costly ~delicacy to a sick servant, that he does not 3 1, 75 | Thus we observe that a sick man's tongue being vitiated 4 1, 74 | Thus we observe that a sick man's tongue being vitiated 5 1, 102 | the thing itself; thus a sick man is ~brought back to 6 1, 104 | recovery and healing of the sick. Nor ~are they of rare occurrence, 7 1, 104 | frequently; as when the ~sick were placed in the streets, 8 1, 110 | disturbed; as for example, a sick man's tongue, charged with 9 1, 112 | themselves, as children and the sick. But man is able ~to guard 10 1, 116 | thus health is caused in a sick man, sometimes by an ~exterior 11 2, 27 | he have it ~not: thus a sick man loves health, and a 12 2, 29 | he hate himself: thus a sick man hates his sickness ~ 13 2, 47 | grieved, for instance, the sick, ~the poor, and those who 14 2, 64 | white and black, healthy and sick. Therefore there is no ~ 15 2, 70 | Thus it is clear ~that a sick man delights in health, 16 2, 78 | sins through malice, to a sick ~man who suffers from a 17 2, 101 | remedies are ~given to a sick man, when one is not enough 18 2, 108 | the apostles healed the sick by anointing them with oil ( 19 2, 109 | short in ~nothing; just as a sick man can of himself make 20 2, 113 | causing an effect, as when a sick man suddenly and ~beyond 21 2, 19 | despair of healing some sick ~man, or if anyone were 22 2, 23 | directed to the end. Thus sick people sometimes, though 23 2, 30 | harborless, to visit the sick, to ransom the captive, 24 2, 30 | then we have "to visit ~the sick," or it results from an 25 2, 30 | the same as visiting the sick. In like manner to assist ~ 26 2, 31 | he that has charge of a sick person, must not cease to 27 2, 31 | of the body ~restores the sick man to health, if possible, 28 2, 55 | remedy used for curing a sick person, and ~then it was 29 2, 69 | regard to attendance on the sick.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 30 2, 69 | physician who attends on a sick person ~to heal him, and 31 2, 81 | physician knows better than the sick man ~what is good for the 32 2, 81 | he whom Thou lovest is sick," and then they call it " 33 2, 84 | offer the lame and ~the sick, is it not evil?" Yet an 34 2, 84 | an animal though lame or sick is a lawful ~possession. 35 2, 94 | instance, in order to heal the sick), ~such as the "Our Father" 36 2, 121 | not fail to attend on a sick friend ~through fear of 37 2, 121 | untrustworthy, the healthy from the sick?" Therefore a brave man 38 2, 148 | man are immoderate for a sick man, so too it may happen ~ 39 2, 172 | physician who is able to heal a sick person by means of fewer 40 2, 176 | brought from his body to the sick, handkerchiefs . . . ~and 41 2, 184 | reading, ~prayer, visiting the sick, and the like), are comprised 42 2, 185 | disgraceful ~for a man to be sick or poor. Such like uncomeliness 43 2, 186 | choosing the care of the sick, others devoting themselves 44 2, 186 | established for the care of the sick, so also may one be established 45 3, 1 | medicine is given only to the sick. Hence ~our Lord Himself 46 3, 40 | in ~his attendance on the sick."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 47 3, 43 | showed His own power over the sick. And this is how He worked 48 3, 43 | word, and all ~that were sick He healed," Chrysostom says: " 49 3, 43 | demons, "the cure of the sick, the raising of the ~dead 50 3, 43 | into cities, they laid the sick in the streets, and besought 51 3, 43 | their very shadow healed the sick? For it is ~greater that 52 3, 44 | multitudes seeing" that the man ~sick of the palsy had been healed 53 3, 44 | in the case of the man ~sick of the palsy (Mt. 9:2): 54 3, 44 | Consequently in healing ~the sick He frequently not only made 55 3, 44 | conferred perfect health on the sick. Hence on ~Mt. 8:15, "She 56 3, 44 | whole in soul." To the man sick of the palsy it is ~said 57 3, 61 | the contrary, None but the sick need remedies, according 58 3, 68 | bodily medicine ~given to a sick man, unless he show some 59 3, 72 | oil, and the oil of the sick ~are blessed before being 60 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sick and those in danger of death 61 3, 74 | small quantity cannot do the sick much harm: ~yet if there 62 3, 80 | medicine is given to the sick for their recovery, according ~ 63 3, 80 | they ~that are spiritually sick or infirm are sinners. Therefore 64 3, 80 | Para. 2/2~Nevertheless the sick are exempted from this general 65 3, 80 | once take Communion to the sick person, lest he die ~without 66 3, 80 | Decretals (xxvi, 6): "If a sick man ask to receive the ~ 67 3, 82 | oil, and of the oil of the sick, and other ~consecrated 68 3, 82 | woman to carry it to the sick: The synod therefore forbids 69 3, 82 | himself communicate the sick."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 70 3, 83 | hosts to be reserved for the sick. Hence ~we read in the same 71 3, 83 | so that, when anyone fall sick, he may take Communion to ~ 72 3, 84 | apostles, in healing the sick, did not use the words: " 73 3, 84 | themselves ~might heal the sick, but that the sick might 74 3, 84 | heal the sick, but that the sick might be healed at the prayer 75 3, 84 | shall ~lay hands upon the sick, and they shall recover." 76 3, 84 | recover." Now sinners are sick ~spiritually, and obtain 77 3, 84 | 6:5) that He cured the sick, "laying His hands upon ~ 78 Suppl, 6 | disease. Now if a man who is sick in body were to ~delay sending 79 Suppl, 9 | general constitution of the sick person, since one disease 80 Suppl, 16| though he has never been sick in ~body: therefore in like 81 Suppl, 16| one who has never been sick spiritually. ~Now even as 82 Suppl, 18| severity of the punishment, the sick man come ~to despair and 83 Suppl, 21| thus a physician makes a sick man undergo pain, by cutting 84 Suppl, 29| just ~as oil is used on sick people, so is it on catechumens. 85 Suppl, 29| Extreme ~Unction of the sick with oil.~Aquin.: SMT XP 86 Suppl, 29| that they "anointed the sick with oil."~Aquin.: SMT XP 87 Suppl, 29| 5:15), "shall save the sick man." Since then a sacrament 88 Suppl, 29| of faith shall save the sick man." Therefore the above ~ 89 Suppl, 30| of faith ~shall save the sick man." Therefore bodily healing 90 Suppl, 31| they sent the ~oil to the sick, and that these were healed. 91 Suppl, 31| Genevieve that she anointed the sick with oil. Therefore this ~ 92 Suppl, 31| bishop cannot go to all ~the sick people of his diocese. Therefore 93 Suppl, 32| James 5:14): "Is any man sick among ~you," etc. Therefore 94 Suppl, 32| Therefore none but the sick are competent to receive 95 Suppl, 32| bodily healing, viz. the sick; even as ~he alone can receive 96 Suppl, 32| is given to all manner of sick ~persons, it seems that 97 Suppl, 32| to those only, who are so sick as to be in a state of ~ 98 Suppl, 32| should not be given to every sick person.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 99 Suppl, 32| bodily health, ~which all sick people lack, whatever be 100 Suppl, 32| which in this sacrament the sick man is anointed, only in ~ 101 Suppl, 32| viz. that he should be sick, so it demands ~that he 102 Suppl, 32| body. Now he that is ~not sick cannot be anointed. Therefore 103 Suppl, 33| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, if a sick man could be anointed more 104 Suppl, 33| but also ~the state of the sick man, because it ought not 105 Suppl, 33| be given except to ~those sick people who seem, in man' 106 Suppl, 33| given at the ~time that the sick man is in a state of danger 107 Suppl, 33| like, and those who lie sick of ~them should not be anointed 108 Suppl, 33| danger of death. And ~if the sick man escape that danger while 109 Suppl, 39| it is necessary to have a sick man, ~in order to signify 110 Suppl, 42| affords a remedy to the sick." But it is not a remedy 111 Suppl, 64| physician who has the care of a sick ~person is bound to remedy 112 Suppl, 67| which are not ~forbidden the sick, and yet the sick sin not 113 Suppl, 67| forbidden the sick, and yet the sick sin not by availing themselves 114 Suppl, 71| as when about to anoint a sick man with the ointment or ~ 115 Suppl, 80| had the power whereby the sick were healed at the passing


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