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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pains

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | there is change in the pains of the lost, according to 2 1, 77 | grieve ~or rejoice at the pains or rewards which they receive. 3 1, 76 | grieve ~or rejoice at the pains or rewards which they receive. 4 1, 112 | either for sins or for the pains ~inflicted on men. For grief 5 1, 112 | do not will sin and the ~pains inflicted on its account: 6 1, 112 | which some are ~subjected to pains and are allowed to fall 7 2, 32 | of health we recall past pains without feeling pain . . . ~ 8 2, 35 | used in reference to bodily pains, which are ~better known, 9 2, 35 | in reference to spiritual pains.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 10 2, 35 | derive pleasure ~even from pains depicted on the stage: in 11 2, 35 | than for not shunning the pains which are contrary to ~them, 12 2, 35 | appetite to which both these ~pains belong: while the latter 13 2, 35 | wound," because even the pains of outward wounds are comprised 14 2, 36 | seems to have originated in pains and pleasures connected 15 2, 58 | perseverance in the midst of pains, are not virtues, but ~something 16 2, 73 | also maintain that all the pains of hell are equal. So ~far 17 2, 73 | heard nothing about the pains ~of hell, would suffer greater 18 2, 13 | the life to come, in the pains of hell. Thus also ~Athanasius 19 2, 81 | they are below us as to the pains ~which they suffer: and 20 2, 121 | said: "I ~suffer grievous pains in body: but in soul am 21 2, 121 | it ~delights, than bodily pains have to afflict it. Thus 22 2, 121 | of pain." And among the pains of the mind and ~dangers 23 2, 122 | it is accompanied by the pains of bodily ~torment, "from 24 2, 135 | perseverance is about ~pains of touch." But these belong 25 2, 139 | despised on account of deadly pains and dangers, according to ~ 26 2, 140 | overwhelming pleasures or pains." Now seemingly ~it is more 27 2, 154 | overwhelming pleasures ~or pains." Now, "as Heraclitus says, 28 3, 15 | but human evils, i.e. ~"pains," as a gloss expounds it. 29 3, 18 | naturally shrinks from sensible pains and bodily hurt. ~In like 30 3, 35 | shalt] die"; so were the pains ~of childbirth, according 31 3, 35 | nativity was not ~without the pains of childbirth.~Aquin.: SMT 32 3, 35 | 1/1~I answer that, The pains of childbirth are caused 33 3, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The pains of childbirth in the woman 34 3, 35 | Paschal-time], so by His pains He freed us from our pains; ~ 35 3, 35 | pains He freed us from our pains; ~and so He wished to die 36 3, 35 | death. But the mother's pains in ~childbirth did not concern 37 3, 46 | was greater than all other pains?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 38 3, 46 | greater ~than all other pains. For the sufferer's pain 39 3, 46 | sharper and more prolonged pains than Christ, as is seen 40 3, 46 | choose the greatest of all pains.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 41 3, 52 | away ~with the sorrows of pains by preserving souls from 42 3, 52 | testimonies speak of hell and its pains, there is no reason for ~ 43 3, 52 | rescue men from those ~same pains: but I still wish to know 44 3, 52 | were ~suffering from its pains." But, as stated above ( 45 3, 68 | members." Wherefore the ~very pains of Christ were satisfactory 46 3, 69 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Since the pains of Christ's Passion are 47 3, 69 | himself had borne those pains, his sins are set in order 48 3, 69 | are set in order by the pains of ~Christ's Passion.~Aquin.: 49 Suppl, 3 | not prefer to suffer the pains of hell rather than ~to 50 Suppl, 14| for the mitigation of the pains of hell?~Aquin.: SMT XP 51 Suppl, 14| for the mitigation of the pains of ~hell?~Aquin.: SMT XP 52 Suppl, 14| for the ~mitigation of the pains of hell. For the measure 53 Suppl, 14| therefore, do they lessen the ~pains of hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP 54 Suppl, 14| less ~therefore are those pains mitigated by works done 55 Suppl, 14| that, Mitigation of the pains of hell can be understood 56 Suppl, 14| say that they mitigate the pains of hell, not by ~subtracting 57 Suppl, 36| bound to take ~the utmost pains to know whether those who 58 Suppl, 70| it does not seem that the pains suffered by the souls ~of 59 Suppl, 83| punished on account of the pains which he ~suffered in this 60 Suppl, 83| sorrow, it is ~a remedy for pains, since it puts an end to 61 Suppl, 91| to ~take pleasure in the pains of others, and most praiseworthy 62 Suppl, 93| internal and ~external, so pains of touch surpass all other 63 Suppl, 93| touch surpass all other pains. Consequently an ~aureole 64 Suppl, 93| difficulty of suffering pains of touch, for ~instance, 65 Suppl, 94| corporeal pleasures ~and pains, in order that men may be 66 Suppl, 94| he is ~suffering various pains on account of such like 67 Suppl, 95| the damned suffer greater pains than any pains of this ~ 68 Suppl, 95| suffer greater pains than any pains of this ~world. Now in this 69 Suppl, 95| being ~distracted by the pains that one suffers. Much less 70 Suppl, 96| length have rest from their pains.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 71 Appen1, 1| glory nor to the eternal ~pains of hell, for although they 72 Appen1, 2| surpasses all the temporal pains of ~this life?~(2) Whether 73 Appen1, 2| guilt is expiated by the pains of ~Purgatory?~(5) Whether 74 Appen1, 2| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the pains of Purgatory surpass all 75 Appen1, 2| surpass all the temporal pains of this ~life?~Aquin.: SMT 76 Appen1, 2| It would seem that the pains of Purgatory do not surpass 77 Appen1, 2| surpass all the ~temporal pains of this life. Because the 78 Appen1, 2| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the pains of Purgatory are directly 79 Appen1, 2| grievous to him than ~all other pains of this life.~Aquin.: SMT 80 Appen1, 2| sense, ~surpasses all the pains of this life.~Aquin.: SMT 81 Appen1, 2| being cleansed by their pains, and deem themselves damned. 82 Appen1, 2| for torturers in ~their pains, those who were their tempters 83 Appen1, 2| life, they are cleansed by pains ~inflicted by the devil, 84 Appen1, 2| may be sated with their pains, and that when ~these leave 85 Appen1, 2| venial sin is expiated by the pains of Purgatory as regards 86 Appen1, 2| sin is not expiated by the pains of ~Purgatory as regards 87 Appen1, 2| every punishment by the pains of this world, at least 88 Appen1, 2| 1/1~On the contrary, The pains of Purgatory are more grievous 89 Appen1, 2| more grievous than all the ~pains of this world, as stated


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