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righted 4
righteous 86
righteously 15
righteousness 115
rightest 1
rightful 3
rightfully 1
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115 merited
115 needed
115 proximate
115 righteousness
115 seqq
115 sick
115 spiritually
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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righteousness

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1 1, 23 | beforehand in respect to present ~righteousness. For their number is increased 2 1, 24 | account of the present ~righteousness they see in them; but when 3 1, 24 | fallen from that state of ~righteousness, they are then said to be 4 1, 60 | unlike them according to righteousness and unrighteousness.~Aquin.: 5 1, 63 | made, the ~devil refused righteousness. To this opinion, as Augustine 6 1, 61 | unlike them according to righteousness and unrighteousness.~Aquin.: 7 1, 64 | made, the ~devil refused righteousness. To this opinion, as Augustine 8 1, 92 | 4]). But innocence ~and righteousness belong to grace. Therefore 9 1, 92 | likeness is from innocence and ~righteousness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 10 1, 94 | WILL - NAMELY, GRACE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next 11 1, 94 | treatment: (1) the grace and righteousness ~of the first man; (2) the 12 1, 94 | first man; (2) the use of righteousness as regards his dominion ~ 13 1, 94 | and by the ~discernment of righteousness." God thus first created 14 1, 95 | have been inequality as to ~righteousness and knowledge. For man worked 15 1, 99 | THE OFFSPRING AS REGARDS RIGHTEOUSNESS (TWO ARTICLES)~We now have 16 1, 99 | of the offspring as to ~righteousness. Under this head there are 17 1, 99 | been born in a state of righteousness?~(2) Whether they would 18 1, 99 | have been born confirmed in righteousness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 19 1, 99 | been born in a state of righteousness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 20 1, 99 | been born in a state of righteousness. For Hugh of St. Victor 21 1, 99 | heirs to their father's righteousness."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] 22 1, 99 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, righteousness is effected by grace, as 23 1, 99 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, righteousness is in the soul. But the 24 1, 99 | Therefore neither would righteousness have ~been transmitted from 25 1, 99 | begotten children endowed with righteousness ~together with the rational 26 1, 99 | and child. ~Now original righteousness, in which the first man 27 1, 99 | which is opposed to original righteousness, is ~called the sin of nature, 28 1, 99 | parents as regards original righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 29 1, 99 | referring, not ~to the habit of righteousness, but to the execution of 30 1, 99 | been born, not with the ~righteousness of grace, which is the principle 31 1, 99 | merit, but with ~original righteousness. But since the root of original 32 1, 99 | since the root of original righteousness, ~which conferred righteousness 33 1, 99 | righteousness, ~which conferred righteousness on the first man when he 34 1, 99 | children were born in original righteousness, they would ~also have been 35 1, 99 | been born confirmed ~in righteousness?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 36 1, 99 | been born confirmed in righteousness. For Gregory says (Moral. 37 1, 99 | been ~born confirmed in righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 38 1, 99 | been born ~confirmed in righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 39 1, 99 | first man had persevered in righteousness, his ~descendants would 40 1, 99 | necessity of preserving ~righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 41 1, 99 | been born confirmed ~in righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 42 1, 99 | have been born confirmed in righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 43 1, 99 | have been born confirmed in righteousness. For it is clear ~that at 44 1, 99 | not have been confirmed in righteousness. For the ~rational creature 45 1, 99 | creature is confirmed in righteousness through the beatitude ~given 46 1, 99 | been born ~confirmed in righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 47 1, 99 | their being confirmed in righteousness, but to Divine Providence ~ 48 1, 99 | they could not return to righteousness, which is the case only 49 1, 100 | would have been gifted with righteousness from ~birth. But knowledge 50 1, 100 | knowledge is required for righteousness, since it directs our ~actions. 51 1, 100 | direct them ~to deeds of righteousness, in which men are guided 52 1, 105 | whom it ~belongs to bestow righteousness: for righteousness is the 53 1, 105 | bestow righteousness: for righteousness is the rightness of ~the 54 1, 105 | will. But God alone bestows righteousness. Therefore one angel ~cannot 55 2, 55 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, righteousness seems to belong to justice; 56 2, 55 | Reply OBJ 4: Justice has a righteousness of its own by which it puts ~ 57 2, 55 | Q[58], ~A[8]). But the righteousness which denotes order to a 58 2, 91 | according to the ~order of righteousness (A[4]): wherein also the 59 2, 91 | containing certain rudiments of righteousness unto ~salvation, in order 60 2, 94 | gloss says that "the law of righteousness, which sin had ~blotted 61 2, 94 | grace." ~But the law of righteousness is the law of nature. Therefore 62 2, 95 | be severed from law and ~righteousness"; because man can use his 63 2, 99 | Further, the reward of righteousness and the punishment of guilt ~ 64 2, 102 | clothed in the white robe of ~righteousness. Again, he is rejected " 65 2, 107 | from sin through love of ~righteousness: and hence the New Law, 66 2, 108 | kingdom of God is internal ~righteousness, peace, and spiritual joy, 67 2, 108 | that are ~incompatible with righteousness, peace, and spiritual joy, 68 2, 113 | is stretching ~forth to righteousness has his sins behind him. 69 2, 33 | and in matters of ~common righteousness, is the effect of "sluggishness 70 2, 41 | do not stray from ~their righteousness, according to Ps. 124:1: " 71 2, 50 | either the guilt ~or the righteousness of each nation is brought 72 2, 58 | Christian by boasting his own ~righteousness, by hating and condemning 73 2, 109 | order to make a show of ~righteousness, he would be a hypocrite 74 2, 111 | that a man tend to ~perfect righteousness, and consequently deem himself 75 2, 111 | he fall short of common righteousness, which is truly a sin, but 76 2, 111 | he fall short of perfect righteousness, which sometimes is not 77 2, 159 | and in this is perfect righteousness." Therefore ~the aforesaid 78 2, 176 | Christians by their manifest righteousness, evil Christians ~by the 79 2, 176 | by the outward signs of righteousness."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] 80 2, 176 | gifts than the ~deeds of righteousness whereby eternal life is 81 2, 181 | forfeit entirely the state of righteousness." But a man ~acquires spiritual 82 2, 182 | children of wisdom understand righteousness to consist neither in eating ~ 83 2, 183 | subverting the faith or the righteousness of the Church; ~because 84 2, 187 | which belong to common ~righteousness. Therefore it would seem 85 2, 187 | taught the conditions of righteousness [*Cf. Mt. 19:16-30], rebuke 86 2, 187 | are unwilling to relish righteousness, is an indication of weakness ~ 87 3, 1 | perfected by God with the righteousness of justice in order to know ~ 88 3, 2 | whatsoever ~eminency of righteousness they may have had, could 89 3, 31 | Law to be the number of righteousness. Now, to sin is to go beyond ~ 90 3, 36 | offer men as the way to righteousness. according to Rm. 3:22: ~" 91 3, 36 | credible by reason of their righteousness.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 92 3, 41 | to conquer the devil by righteousness, not by power; thus Augustine 93 3, 41 | the power of ~God, but by righteousness." And therefore in regard 94 3, 42 | again, in the force of His righteousness shown in His sinless manner 95 3, 43 | less to preach words ~of righteousness, which thing He did without 96 3, 44 | wisdom, and the gift of righteousness: the ~former of which presupposes 97 3, 44 | both against the nature of ~righteousness, which implies rectitude 98 3, 44 | only by the bestowal of ~righteousness and the infusion of wisdom, 99 3, 45 | Him in the refulgence of ~righteousness. For His garments signify 100 3, 46 | to give us an example in ~righteousness of living. But it is part 101 3, 49 | Nevertheless the faith and ~righteousness of no one of them sufficed 102 3, 53 | because as sin is a fall from righteousness, so death is a fall from ~ 103 3, 53 | light, by reason of His righteousness, "destroyed our ~two deaths" ( 104 3, 62 | which is the cause of man's righteousness; whereas the ~sacraments 105 3, 64 | belong to the holiness of righteousness, as being ~in a way parts 106 3, 64 | being ~in a way parts of righteousness. Consequently, when a man 107 3, 64 | Wherefore the holiness of righteousness ~is required in the minister, 108 3, 66 | baptized begins the new life of righteousness; and "enlightenment," ~which 109 3, 66 | begins to live anew unto righteousness. ~Consequently it behooved 110 3, 68 | converted are drilled into righteousness, and are made to avoid the ~ 111 3, 68 | should be drilled into ~righteousness, not by penal, but by "easy 112 3, 68 | is not perfected by the righteousness ~of the minister or of the 113 3, 68 | but willingly, that their righteousness may be ~without flaw."~Aquin.: 114 3, 72 | growth and stability in ~righteousness. And thus is it bestowed 115 Suppl, 67| be admitted, because the ~righteousness of the Law observed at the


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