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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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grieve

   Part, Question
1 1, 77 | clear that separate souls grieve ~or rejoice at the pains 2 1, 76 | clear that separate souls grieve ~or rejoice at the pains 3 1, 112 | Para. 1/1~Whether angels grieve for the ills of those whom 4 1, 112 | It would seem that angels grieve for the ills of those whom 5 1, 112 | sorrow. Therefore angels ~grieve for the ills of those whom 6 1, 112 | will. Therefore ~angels grieve for the loss of men.~Aquin.: 7 1, 112 | Lk. 15:7. Therefore they grieve for the just man who falls 8 1, 112 | reasonable for anyone to grieve for the ills which have ~ 9 1, 112 | judgment. Therefore angels grieve for men's sins.~Aquin.: 10 1, 112 | answer that, Angels do not grieve, either for sins or for 11 2, 24 | desire to persevere; they grieve for sin, they rejoice ~in 12 2, 28 | the same things, and ~to grieve and rejoice at the same," 13 2, 42 | love his own love, and can grieve at his own ~sorrow. Therefore, 14 2, 46 | worse to suffer evil and to grieve for it, than ~merely to 15 2, 46 | being voluntary, "do not ~grieve those in whom they are," 16 2, 48 | The angry man does not grieve and rejoice at the same ~ 17 2, 87 | children's punishments so as to grieve for them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 18 2, 9 | truth; yet he may ~sometimes grieve for the thing, the truth 19 2, 26 | the fifth, that he should ~grieve and rejoice with him. Now 20 2, 27 | amounts to the same as to grieve for things ~that are contrary 21 2, 27 | this is the reason why we grieve for our past sins, or for ~ 22 2, 32 | for, on the ~contrary, we grieve for the presence of the 23 2, 34 | spending little, because they ~grieve that they have lost their 24 2, 34 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, we may grieve over another's good, not 25 2, 34 | sinless. Thirdly, one may grieve over another's good, ~because 26 2, 34 | sinners']." Fourthly, we grieve over a man's good, in so ~ 27 2, 34 | because to ~do so is to grieve over what should make us 28 2, 127 | magnanimous man does not grieve at misfortune." ~Now troubles 29 2, 136 | when they prevail, and ~grieve when their opinions are 30 2, 155 | makes friends rejoice and grieve for the same things: meekness 31 2, 159 | contemptible"; ~the second, "to grieve for this"; the third, "to 32 3, 15 | seen to drink, or eat, or grieve. But in order to prove the 33 3, 40 | during which we sigh and grieve is shown ~forth." And yet 34 3, 45 | life, that they might not ~grieve even over the death of their 35 3, 48 | has done the wrong must grieve over it and ~confess it. 36 3, 63 | is written (Eph. 4:30): "Grieve not the Holy Spirit of ~ 37 3, 80 | contrition, for instance, if ~he "grieve over past sins," and "propose 38 3, 81 | such as to live, to die, to grieve, to be ~animate or inanimate, 39 3, 81 | Para. 2/2~"Our Lord can grieve beneath the sacramental 40 3, 84 | demands ~that a man should grieve for the offense committed 41 3, 84 | ordained that a man should grieve for his sin, with the ~purpose 42 3, 84 | man cannot rejoice and ~grieve at the same time, as the 43 3, 84 | Therefore a penitent cannot grieve continually for his past 44 3, 84 | goodness and at the same time grieve for his suffering. In this 45 3, 84 | The penitent should ever grieve and rejoice at ~his grief."~ 46 3, 85 | reason than ~one should grieve for a proper object of grief 47 3, 85 | of grief as one ought to grieve, ~and for an end for which 48 3, 85 | end for which one ought to grieve. And this is observed in 49 3, 85 | would indeed be foolish to grieve for what has already ~been 50 3, 85 | good one has done, and to grieve for the evil one ~has done 51 3, 85 | rejoice therein, and to grieve ~for what is opposed to 52 3, 87 | displeasing ~to him, and would grieve him, were he to commit it, 53 Suppl, 2 | knowledge, and ~indeed he should grieve not only for the sin, but 54 Suppl, 2 | seems that we ought to ~grieve for his sins, even as for 55 Suppl, 2 | Reply OBJ 2: We ought to grieve for the sins of others, 56 Suppl, 3 | comparison with other persons who grieve for their sins: ~but for 57 Suppl, 4 | Whether it is expedient to grieve continually for our sins?~( 58 Suppl, 4 | sins?~(3) Whether souls grieve for their sins even after 59 Suppl, 4 | Therefore there is no ~need to grieve any more for that sin.~Aquin.: 60 Suppl, 4 | is no need for them to ~grieve for sin after it has been 61 Suppl, 4 | that one ought always to grieve for one's sins.~Aquin.: 62 Suppl, 4 | Therefore man should always grieve, that his sins may be ~forgiven 63 Suppl, 4 | rejoice, ~whereas he should grieve for his sins.~Aquin.: SMT 64 Suppl, 4 | Whether it is expedient to grieve for sin continually?~Aquin.: 65 Suppl, 4 | that it is not expedient to grieve for sin ~continually. For 66 Suppl, 4 | possible to rejoice ~and grieve at the same time. Therefore 67 Suppl, 4 | Therefore it is not expedient to grieve for ~sin continually.~Aquin.: 68 Suppl, 4 | Therefore one should not grieve for sin any longer than 69 Suppl, 4 | Therefore it is not expedient to grieve any ~longer.~Aquin.: SMT 70 Suppl, 4 | that it is inexpedient to grieve ~continually.~Aquin.: SMT 71 Suppl, 4 | The penitent should always grieve, and rejoice in ~his grief."~ 72 Suppl, 4 | OBJ 2: Further, we should grieve more for sin than for punishment. 73 Suppl, 4 | the souls in purgatory grieve for their sensible punishment 74 Suppl, 4 | more, therefore, do they grieve for the sins they ~committed.~ 75 Suppl, 4 | The souls in purgatory grieve for their sins; but their ~ 76 Suppl, 71| after ~death: and he would grieve if he had a presentiment 77 Suppl, 72| must not believe that they grieve through knowing the woes ~ 78 Suppl, 72| non-glorified souls would grieve somewhat, if they were aware 79 Suppl, 84| the ~cause which makes us grieve for the sins which we recall 80 Suppl, 84| resurrection, they will grieve exceedingly for their sins, 81 Suppl, 84| sorrow; and so they will not grieve for their sins, but rather 82 Suppl, 87| more reason for them to grieve rather than rejoice.~Aquin.: 83 Suppl, 91| and most praiseworthy to grieve for ~them. Therefore the 84 Suppl, 95| the damned. Therefore they grieve for ~the happiness of the 85 Suppl, 95| goods, so will the damned ~grieve for all goods. Consequently 86 Suppl, 95| they will, through envy, grieve for their ~happiness, and 87 Appen1, 1| punishment: for a man does not grieve less for that he is disinherited 88 Appen1, 1| after ~death, they will grieve either for their sin or 89 Appen1, 1| on the other ~hand, they grieve for their punishment, it 90 Appen1, 1| right reason ~one does not grieve through being deprived of 91 Appen1, 1| to him; whereas he would grieve if he lacked that to ~which 92 Appen1, 1| Hence they will nowise grieve for being deprived of the 93 Appen1, 1| condition makes a wise man to grieve.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 94 Appen1, 1| our ~capability; and we grieve if we fail to obtain this 95 Appen1, 1| not strange that he should grieve at their loss, ~whether 96 Appen1, 2| it follows that ~they grieve exceedingly for their delay.


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