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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hour

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | may say that a day or an hour are together, considering ~ 2 1, 10 | are together, considering ~hour as part of a day. But eternity 3 2, 19 | according to Jn. 16:2: "The ~hour cometh, that whosoever killeth 4 2, 37 | that "the affliction of an hour maketh one ~forget great 5 2, 71 | when a man, at the very hour that he is ~bound to go 6 2, 108 | 23, where He says: "The hour cometh when you ~shall neither 7 2, 6 | that it was at the same hour, that Jesus ~said to him, 8 2, 33 | chiefly about ~the sixth hour: it is like an intermittent 9 2, 82 | written (Jn. 4:21): "The hour cometh, when you shall neither 10 2, 145 | to eat but once?~(7) The hour of eating for those who 11 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~Whether the ninth hour is suitably fixed for the 12 2, 145 | would seem that the ninth hour is not suitably fixed for 13 2, 145 | to know exactly the ninth hour. Therefore it seems that ~ 14 2, 145 | the fixing of the ninth hour should not form part of 15 2, 145 | 6. Therefore the ninth hour should not be fixed for 16 2, 145 | is said after the ninth hour. Therefore we ~ought to 17 2, 145 | to fast until the ninth hour.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 18 2, 145 | men to eat about the sixth hour: both ~because digestion 19 2, 145 | for their sins, the ninth hour is suitably fixed for their ~ 20 2, 145 | Para. 2/2~Moreover, this hour agrees with the mystery 21 2, 145 | to a close at the ninth hour, when "bowing His head, 22 2, 145 | Fasting requires a fixed hour based, not on a strict ~ 23 2, 145 | that it be about ~the ninth hour, and this is easy for anyone 24 2, 145 | space of time from the sixth hour at which men for the most ~ 25 2, 145 | to eat, until the ninth hour, which is fixed for those 26 2, 145 | allowed to forestall the hour by ~a little.~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 146 | Sometimes it forestalls the hour of need; ~sometimes it seeks 28 2, 166 | that our fun "befit the ~hour and the man," as Tully says ( 29 2, 185 | necessaries, that when the hour ~comes for them to nourish 30 3, 10 | 32): "But of that day or hour no man ~knoweth, neither 31 3, 10 | to know the day and the hour of the Judgment, ~for that 32 3, 36 | tell the future from the hour of a man's birth: whereas 33 3, 43 | which He was doing at that hour: now at that time He was ~ 34 3, 44 | the earth until the ninth hour; and the sun was darkened."~ 35 3, 44 | from the sixth to the ninth hour. Hence I am of opinion that, 36 3, 44 | that whereas at the sixth hour the ~moon was seen, together 37 3, 44 | from the sun "at the ninth hour," when the ~darkness ceased, " 38 3, 46 | that its loss, even for one hour, would be a ~matter of greater 39 3, 46 | have suffered at the sixth hour, when the sun is at its ~ 40 3, 46 | 15:25: "It was the ~third hour, and they crucified Him."~ 41 3, 46 | in each day at the ~sixth hour, so also it reaches its 42 3, 46 | Jesus, knowing that His hour ~was come for Him to pass 43 3, 46 | Father"; and (Jn. 2:4): ~"My hour is not yet come." Upon which 44 3, 46 | sufficient, then came His hour, not of ~necessity, but 45 3, 46 | It was about ~the sixth hour' when the Lord was delivered 46 3, 46 | was not quite the sixth hour, but ~about the sixth - 47 3, 46 | entered upon until the sixth hour was ended - that the ~darkness 48 3, 46 | to have ~been the third hour when the Jews clamored for 49 3, 46 | says: 'It was the third hour, and they ~crucified Him,' 50 3, 46 | crucified Him, ~who at the third hour clamored for His crucifixion. 51 3, 46 | understood as the ~third hour, which John recalls, saying: ' 52 3, 46 | Parasceve, about the ~sixth hour.' For 'Parasceve' is interpreted ' 53 3, 46 | prepared ~from the ninth hour of the night - namely, when 54 3, 46 | to John, then, "the sixth hour of ~the Parasceve" lasts 55 3, 46 | Parasceve" lasts from that hour of the night down to Christ' 56 3, 46 | to Mark, it is the third hour of the day.~Aquin.: SMT 57 3, 46 | which shall be ~made in His hour of judgment." And Augustine 58 3, 51 | from the sixth to the ninth hour, during which the sun was ~ 59 3, 51 | that is, from the ninth hour until its setting: for the ~ 60 3, 52 | remained in hell until the hour ~of the Resurrection.~Aquin.: 61 3, 59 | wherefore He adds: "Because the hour cometh ~when the dead in 62 3, 69 | above, even ~the very last hour and moment preceding Baptism, 63 3, 73 | was fitting ~that when the hour of the Passion was come, 64 3, 76 | individual it appears for an hour under the appearance of 65 3, 76 | it remains so not for an hour, but ~for a considerable 66 3, 80 | sinners, ~especially in the hour of death. Hence in the ( 67 3, 80 | sacrament about the ninth hour, since also there is occasionally 68 3, 80 | shall fast until the sixth hour, ~and if they take it at 69 3, 80 | it at the third or fourth hour, they shall fast until ~ 70 3, 80 | be given to them in the hour of death; unless ~danger 71 3, 83 | the third to the ninth ~hour, therefore this sacrament 72 3, 83 | But we celebrate at the hour when our Lord suffered, ~ 73 3, 83 | as on feast-days, at the hour of Terce, when He was ~crucified 74 3, 83 | no feast is kept, ~at the hour of Sext, when He was crucified 75 3, 83 | from the sixth to the ninth hour, are represented; in signification 76 Suppl, 8 | granted by any priest ~at the hour of death, from this very 77 Suppl, 24| the first case: (1) In the hour of ~death, when a person 78 Suppl, 64| other, at any season or hour, with due regard to the ~ 79 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: No hour is fixed for praying, but 80 Suppl, 64| can be ~made at some other hour; wherefore the argument 81 Suppl, 74| 24:36: "Of that day ~and hour no one knoweth, no not the 82 Suppl, 74| that, The exact time and hour at which the resurrection 83 Suppl, 74| Christ arose at ~such an hour.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 84 Suppl, 74| occupy now at any fixed hour: and accordingly it is said ~ 85 Suppl, 74| will be at this or that hour.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 86 Suppl, 85| children, it is the last hour," etc. Since then it is 87 Suppl, 85| 13:32): "Of that day or hour no man ~knoweth, neither 88 Suppl, 85| statement, "It is the last hour" and similar ~expressions


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