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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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martyrs

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | that the patience of the martyrs should shine forth ~from 2 1, 22 | would be no patience of martyrs if there were no tyrannical ~ 3 2, 79 | tyrants to the good of the martyrs, and the ~punishment of 4 2, 103 | Expiation, ~to the feasts of Martyrs and Confessors: the feast 5 2, 114 | meritorious, as appears in the ~martyrs, who strove for the faith 6 2, 2 | in believing. ~Hence the martyrs had more merit of faith, 7 2, 62 | for the executions of the martyrs: if however it ~contain 8 2, 81 | in ~Monte i, 22), "the martyrs' vengeance is the overthrow 9 2, 81 | seeing that not even the martyrs' prayers are granted when 10 2, 81 | If ~the apostles and martyrs while yet in the body and 11 2, 83 | temples and priesthoods to the martyrs, because not they but their 12 2, 121 | of death in ~battle. For martyrs above all are commended 13 2, 121 | for their fortitude. But ~martyrs are not commended in connection 14 2, 121 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Martyrs face the fight that is waged 15 2, 121 | valiant in battle. [*Office of Martyrs, ex. Heb. ~xi. 34.]~Aquin.: 16 2, 122 | a sermon: "The mother of martyrs is the Catholic faith ~which 17 2, 122 | Christ is victorious in His martyrs." ~Again the greatest proof 18 2, 122 | et Conf. ii): "Blessed ~martyrs, with what praise shall 19 2, 122 | Church reads in the office of Martyrs: ~They "became valiant in 20 2, 122 | endurance, hence it is that martyrs are also praised for ~their 21 2, 122 | thus we read of many holy martyrs who through zeal ~for the 22 2, 122 | says in a sermon on the martyrs that "in dying ~for the 23 2, 122 | before all those would be martyrs who die for the defense ~ 24 2, 122 | As stated above (A[4]), martyrs are so called as being ~ 25 2, 122 | Christ: wherefore ~Christ's martyrs are His witnesses. Now this 26 2, 150 | they know in what place the martyrs and the holy virgins who 27 2, 150 | to virginity. Moreover, martyrs work more ~mightily in order 28 2, 150 | hundredfold fruit is given to martyrs, the ~sixtyfold to virgins, 29 2, 181 | apostles, the confession of martyrs, the purity of virgins, 30 2, 182 | would seem to be in the martyrs, ~according to Jn. 15:13, " 31 2, 182 | than that to which the holy martyrs attained, who strove against ~ 32 2, 182 | should be ascribed to the martyrs rather than to religious 33 2, 186 | than that to which the holy martyrs attained, who fought ~against 34 2, 186 | more properly competent to ~martyrs. Yet there is no reason 35 3, 15 | sense of pain; hence the martyrs in their passions bore up 36 3, 21 | thus prayed that other martyrs might be imitators of His 37 3, 25 | the relics of the blessed martyrs, as ~being the members of 38 3, 25 | not say the relics of the martyrs, but ~either the sun or 39 3, 25 | latria." "But we honor the martyrs' relics, so that thereby ~ 40 3, 25 | give honor to Him Whose martyrs [*The original meaning of 41 3, 25 | Consequently, by honoring the martyrs' relics we do not fall into 42 3, 46 | suffering. But some of the martyrs ~endured sharper and more 43 3, 54 | see on the bodies of the Martyrs the traces of the ~wounds 44 3, 66 | Blood; for not only the martyrs are saved. Therefore the 45 Suppl, 59| instance, at the time of the martyrs, and at the time of Constantine 46 Suppl, 69| souls of the apostles and martyrs have taken up ~their abode 47 Suppl, 69| wondrous speed, why should the martyrs, after shedding their blood 48 Suppl, 69| speaking of the apostles and martyrs in reference ~to that which 49 Suppl, 71| hell, since "he put many ~martyrs to a cruel death" [*De his 50 Suppl, 71| having been done to certain martyrs at Lyons in Gaul (Eusebius, 51 Suppl, 72| Apocalypse (6:11) that on the martyrs ~beseeching vengeance on 52 Suppl, 72| words: "If the apostles and martyrs while ~yet in the body can 53 Suppl, 72| OBJ 1: This prayer of the martyrs is merely their desire to 54 Suppl, 72| as ~in the case of the martyrs, because "if anything needing 55 Suppl, 74| Church wherein ~not only martyrs but also the other elect 56 Suppl, 74| mention ~being made of the martyrs, because they especially 57 Suppl, 79| scars of the wounds in the martyrs, even as they were in ~Christ, 58 Suppl, 79| undescribable love for the blessed martyrs so as to desire to see ~ 59 Suppl, 79| virtue." ~Nevertheless those martyrs who have been maimed and 60 Suppl, 86| so of outward things. Now martyrs and also virgins offer sacrifice ~ 61 Suppl, 86| is more in ~keeping with martyrs and virgins than with those 62 Suppl, 86| case of the ~virgins' and martyrs' crowns: and the same may 63 Suppl, 93| 6) Whether it is due to martyrs?~(7) Whether it is due to 64 Suppl, 93| it is given to virgins, martyrs, or ~doctors: even as money 65 Suppl, 93| hundredfold ~fruit is due to the martyrs, and also to virgins." Therefore 66 Suppl, 93| reward common to virgins and martyrs. But the aureole also is 67 Suppl, 93| the aureole of virgins, of martyrs, and of ~doctors: whereas 68 Suppl, 93| hundredfold fruit corresponds to martyrs ~takes fruit in a broad 69 Suppl, 93| Whether an aureole is due to martyrs?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 70 Suppl, 93| an aureole is not due to martyrs. For an ~aureole is a reward 71 Suppl, 93| sake they would seem to be ~martyrs, and yet an aureole is not 72 Suppl, 93| vii): "They are called martyrs ~in Greek, witnesses in 73 Suppl, 93| aureole is ~not due to all martyrs.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 74 Suppl, 93| not due to those who are ~martyrs only in will.~Aquin.: SMT 75 Suppl, 93| for three days, and many martyrs who died in prison. ~But, 76 Suppl, 93| that case they were truly ~martyrs in both act and will, and 77 Suppl, 93| however, ~that they were martyrs in act only and not in will: 78 Suppl, 93| distinguishes three kinds of martyrs, as ~stated above (OBJ 3). 79 Suppl, 93| of martyrdom, and yet are martyrs in a sense, ~in that they 80 Suppl, 93| Holy Innocents were truly ~martyrs.]~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 81 Suppl, 93| forth in the ~bodies of martyrs, and will be seen in their 82 Suppl, 93| undescribable love for the ~blessed martyrs so as to desire to see in 83 Suppl, 93| appear in the bodies of ~the martyrs cannot be called an aureole, 84 Suppl, 93| aureole, since some of the martyrs will ~have an aureole in 85 Suppl, 93| assigned, those of virgins, of ~martyrs, and of doctors?~Aquin.: 86 Suppl, 93| three aureoles of virgins, martyrs, and ~doctors are unfittingly 87 Suppl, 93| assigned. For the aureole of martyrs corresponds ~to their virtue 88 Suppl, 93| second aureole is ~due to martyrs who win the victory in this 89 Suppl, 93| this ~act the aureole of martyrs is due: and the highest 90 Suppl, 93| purity. Wherefore doctors, martyrs and virgins ~are most perfectly 91 Suppl, 93| eighth, which refers to the martyrs," namely, "Blessed are they 92 Suppl, 93| saints together places the martyrs before the doctors and virgins.


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