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saba 2
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sabbath

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1 2, 100| OBJ 2: The precept of the Sabbath observance is moral in one ~ 2 2, 100| the sanctification of the Sabbath in ~memory of the creation 3 2, 100| the ~sanctification of the Sabbath, as the subject of a moral 4 2, 100| the sanctification of the Sabbath; wherefore the reason for 5 2, 100| turn away thy foot from the Sabbath, from doing thy own will 6 2, 100| holy ~day, and call the Sabbath delightful, and the holy 7 2, 100| repose of the spiritual ~Sabbath. Consequently, the Sabbath 8 2, 100| Sabbath. Consequently, the Sabbath alone, and none of the other ~ 9 2, 100| the celebration of the ~Sabbath in memory of the Divine 10 2, 100| The commandment about the Sabbath was made in memory of a ~ 11 2, 100| the commandment about the Sabbath has a determination affixed ~ 12 2, 100| Further, the observance of the Sabbath is ordained by a precept ~ 13 2, 100| is not taken to break the Sabbath, if he does ~something necessary 14 2, 101| as the observance of the Sabbath, the feasts of the Passover 15 2, 102| was the solemnity of the "Sabbath," ~celebrated in memory 16 2, 102| the ~same for ever." The Sabbath signified the spiritual 17 2, 102| of Moses by breaking the Sabbath. And it was commanded to 18 2, 103| faith: the observance of the sabbath, to recall the blessing 19 2, 103| R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~As to the sabbath, which was a sign recalling 20 2, 105| gathering sticks ~on the sabbath day: and (Dt. 21:18, seqq.) 21 2, 105| who gathered sticks on the sabbath, he was stoned as ~a breaker 22 2, 105| Law, which commanded the sabbath to be observed, to ~testify 23 2, 105| commanded (Dt. 5:14) that on the Sabbath day "thy ~manservant and 24 2, 107| have ~frequently broken the sabbath; since the Jews used to 25 2, 107| God, who keepeth not the sabbath." Therefore ~Christ did 26 2, 107| things ~which He did on the sabbath, He did not break the sabbath 27 2, 107| sabbath, He did not break the sabbath in reality, as ~the Master 28 2, 107| of animals even on the ~sabbath; and again because on account 29 2, 107| the ears of corn on the sabbath. But He did seem to break ~ 30 2, 107| He did seem to break ~the sabbath according to the superstitious 31 2, 107| works of ~kindness on the sabbath; which was contrary to the 32 2, 33 | precept about hallowing the Sabbath ~day. For this precept, 33 2, 38 | included in the keeping of the Sabbath prescribed Ex. 20:8: for " 34 2, 38 | prescribed Ex. 20:8: for "sabbath" ~is interpreted "rest." 35 2, 77 | epistle On the Fast of the Sabbath (Ep. xxxvi), ~"a custom 36 2, 120| that thou keep holy the Sabbath Day." Still ~the negative 37 2, 120| concerning the hallowing of ~the Sabbath, is fittingly expressed?~ 38 2, 120| concerning the ~hallowing of the Sabbath, is unfittingly expressed. 39 2, 120| that He had healed on the ~Sabbath," says (Comment. iv): "The 40 2, 120| not to heal man on the ~Sabbath, but to do servile works," 41 2, 120| See that you keep My Sabbath: because it is a sign between 42 2, 120| sacred days other than the Sabbath. Therefore it was unfitting 43 2, 120| mention only that of the Sabbath.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 44 2, 120| broke the observances of the Sabbath did not ~sin - for instance, 45 2, 120| worked in the temple on the Sabbath. Also Elias (3 ~Kgs. 19), 46 2, 120| must ~have traveled on a Sabbath: the priests also who carried 47 2, 120| to have ~carried it on a Sabbath. Again it is written (Lk. 48 2, 120| every ~one of you on the Sabbath day loose his ox or his 49 2, 120| neither in the point of the Sabbath day, nor as to the Lord' 50 2, 120| of the observance of the Sabbath is unfittingly ~expressed.~ 51 2, 120| about the hallowing of the Sabbath the reason for it is ~given: " 52 2, 120| precept about hallowing the Sabbath, understood ~literally, 53 2, 120| precept about hallowing the Sabbath is placed ~among the precepts 54 2, 120| but the observance of the Sabbath is ~representative of a 55 2, 120| in the hallowing of the ~Sabbath. One of these is the end: 56 2, 120| that thou ~keep holy the Sabbath day." For in the Law those 57 2, 120| is not forbidden on the Sabbath ~day, because that would 58 2, 120| contrary to the end of the Sabbath observance: ~since man abstains 59 2, 120| from other works on the Sabbath day in order that he ~may 60 2, 120| receives ~circumcision on the Sabbath day, that the law of Moses 61 2, 120| Mt. 12:5), that "on the Sabbath ~days the priests in the 62 2, 120| in the temple break the Sabbath," i.e. do corporal works ~ 63 2, 120| do corporal works ~on the Sabbath, "and are without blame." 64 2, 120| carrying the ark on the Sabbath did not break the precept 65 2, 120| break the precept of the Sabbath ~observance. In like manner 66 2, 120| to the observance of the ~Sabbath to exercise any spiritual 67 2, 120| like craftsmen ~rest on the Sabbath day, but the reader or teacher 68 2, 120| Yet he profanes not the Sabbath, even as the ~priests in 69 2, 120| in the temple break the Sabbath, and are without blame." 70 2, 120| to the observance of the Sabbath, in so far as they ~hinder 71 2, 120| be making linen on ~the Sabbath than to be dancing lewdly 72 2, 120| to sin venially on the ~Sabbath, because venial sin does 73 2, 120| well-being does not profane the Sabbath: for it is not against the ~ 74 2, 120| against the ~observance of the Sabbath to eat and do such things 75 2, 120| Machabees did not profane the ~Sabbath when they fought in self-defense 76 2, 120| fought in self-defense on the Sabbath day (1 Macc. 2), ~nor Elias 77 2, 120| the face of Jezabel on the Sabbath. For this ~same reason our 78 2, 120| to the observance of the Sabbath: wherefore it is written ( 79 2, 120| healed the whole man on the ~Sabbath day?" And again, a bodily 80 2, 120| thing does not profane the Sabbath, wherefore our ~Lord says ( 81 2, 120| same fall into a pit on the Sabbath day, will he not ~take hold 82 2, 120| of the observance of the Sabbath, not by virtue of the precept 83 2, 120| was the observance of the Sabbath ~in the Old Law. Hence the 84 2, 120| not so ~strict as on the Sabbath: and certain works are permitted 85 2, 120| which were forbidden on the Sabbath, such as the cooking of 86 2, 145| written (Lev. 23:32): "It is a sabbath . . . you shall afflict ~ 87 2, 146| precept of hallowing the sabbath, which commands us to ~rest 88 3, 40 | whatsoever to be done on the Sabbath, since ~God "rested on the 89 3, 40 | He healed a man on the Sabbath, and commanded him to take 90 3, 40 | the ears of ~corn on the Sabbath; as is related Mt. 12:1- 91 3, 40 | of the hallowing of ~the Sabbath forbids not Divine work, 92 3, 40 | in the Temple break the Sabbath, ~and are without blame?" 93 3, 40 | that He did ~not break the Sabbath: although the Jews threw 94 3, 40 | God, who keepeth not the ~Sabbath."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 95 3, 40 | the ~ears of corn on the Sabbath, are to be excused from 96 3, 44 | healed the whole man on a Sabbath day," ~Augustine says: " 97 3, 47 | He did not only break the sabbath, but also said God was His ~ 98 3, 51 | the ~coming night of the Sabbath follows, and if this be 99 3, 51 | two days. Now after the Sabbath ~there follows the night 100 3, 51 | of the first day of the Sabbath, that is, of the ~dawning 101 3, 70 | even though it were the sabbath, according to Jn. 7:23: "( 102 3, 86 | wholly healed the man ~on the Sabbath, since He delivered his


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