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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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righteous

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | acting rightly. Therefore righteous action ~was not meritorious 2 1, 63 | acting rightly. Therefore righteous action ~was not meritorious 3 1, 99 | would not have been born righteous.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 4 2, 5 | written (Mt. 25:46) of the righteous that "they ~shall god . . . 5 2, 8 | But the ~useful and the righteous are not on an equality, 6 2, 8 | For the useful and the righteous are ~not species of good 7 2, 55 | to justice; whence the ~righteous are called just. But justice 8 2, 55 | therefore unsuitable to put "righteous" in the definition of virtue, 9 2, 56 | as by ~virtue we perform righteous actions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 10 2, 93 | under the law." But the righteous who are the sons of ~God 11 2, 93 | 15): "I esteem that the righteous act according to ~the eternal 12 2, 96 | this way the virtuous and righteous are not subject to ~the 13 2, 107 | every law is to make men righteous and virtuous, as ~was stated 14 2, 107 | it is easy to do what a righteous man does; but that to do 15 2, 107 | difficult to a man who ~is not righteous. Accordingly we read also ( 16 2, 109 | Himself." But He directs righteous men to Himself as to ~a 17 2, 109 | man, even if he is most righteous, ~live righteously unless 18 2, 9 | Holy Ghost are only in the righteous, ~as stated above (Q[9], 19 2, 34 | goods, which make a man ~righteous, but, as the Philosopher 20 2, 41 | and then he who does this ~righteous act, does not, so far as 21 2, 42 | his ~neighbor may be a "righteous" love. Thirdly, as regards 22 2, 62 | to slay an innocent or a righteous ~person.~Aquin.: SMT SS 23 2, 62 | the other hand the life of righteous men ~preserves and forwards 24 2, 62 | both the ~sinful and the righteous die. Hence he who at God' 25 2, 81 | is to say ~whether he be righteous or sinful."~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 145 | contrary, It seems that no righteous man is bound to fast. For ~ 27 2, 145 | Now He is with all the righteous by dwelling in them in a ~ 28 2, 145 | the ~world." Therefore the righteous are not bound by the commandment 29 2, 162 | also good things, so do the righteous make ~good use not only 30 2, 184 | There are some of the ~righteous who bracing themselves up 31 2, 186 | is said in praise of the righteous ~(Ps. 1:2) that "he shall 32 2, 187 | that ~they may appear to be righteous." Now those who pass from 33 2, 187 | presumption that they may appear righteous, but out of devotion, that ~ 34 2, 187 | that ~they may become more righteous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 35 3, 2 | place the souls of the righteous in their everlasting seat." 36 3, 13 | the ~rational, loyal, and righteous spirit of life." But the 37 3, 21 | because ~He wishes man to be righteous and to be directed to God, 38 3, 31 | to the spirit, that is, ~righteous men, who are called (Christ' 39 3, 36 | was also made known to the righteous as ~Simeon and Anna; and 40 3, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the righteous are more akin to the angels 41 3, 36 | was ~not announced to the righteous, viz. Simeon and Anna, through 42 3, 36 | Now, it is clear that the righteous have, through the spirit ~ 43 3, 36 | birth was made known to the ~righteous, viz. Simeon and Anna, by 44 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The righteous did not need the visible 45 3, 36 | herself unto them." But the righteous were nearest to Christ by 46 3, 36 | known in the Temple to the ~righteous on the fortieth day after 47 3, 36 | which is foreshadowed in the righteous. ~Wherefore also Christ 48 3, 37 | reason of which "to the righteous a light is risen up in ~ 49 3, 40 | among men a blameless and righteous ~life.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 50 3, 40 | no more than his life and righteous conduct . . . but Christ ~ 51 3, 43 | ungodly he should be made righteous? . . . Which thing Christ 52 3, 43 | it be greater to create a righteous being than to justify ~an 53 3, 44 | that man should be made righteous ~unless he willed: for this 54 3, 45 | His garments signify the righteous, because He will ~unite 55 3, 46 | living. But it is part of righteous living not to stand ~in 56 3, 52 | admonitions ~spoken by the righteous: to those, I say, He preached " 57 3, 52 | hell bestowed upon ~those righteous ones who were in Abraham' 58 3, 52 | setting at liberty all the righteous who were held ~fast through 59 3, 52 | as maintained that ~the righteous of old were subject to penal 60 3, 52 | hell had brought to the ~righteous of old," this must be understood 61 3, 53 | resurrection was ~bestowed upon the righteous as is promised to us in 62 3, 61 | same: since men were made righteous, ~through faith in the future 63 3, 64 | But the prayers of the righteous are more acceptable to God ~ 64 3, 64 | being ungodly to be made righteous, "than to ~create heaven 65 3, 64 | making the ungodly to be righteous. ~Since, therefore, the 66 3, 64 | ministers of sacraments ~to be righteous; because ministers should 67 3, 64 | works of charity, if he be righteous, he ~will be made yet holier; 68 3, 65 | 18): "Thou, O Lord of the righteous, didst ~not impose penance 69 3, 65 | didst ~not impose penance on righteous men." [*The words quoted 70 3, 69 | for the ungodly to be made righteous "Christ ~worketh in him, 71 3, 69 | does not ~compel man to be righteous." Consequently in order 72 3, 70 | whereby the sinner is made righteous.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 73 3, 84 | Thou, Lord, God of the righteous, hast not appointed ~repentance 74 3, 84 | appointed ~repentance to the righteous, to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, 75 3, 88 | His grace, He makes him righteous for the present. ~But this 76 Suppl, 36| for in this sense every righteous ~man, in so far as he assists 77 Suppl, 49| useful, ~and nevertheless righteous, inasmuch as it is directed 78 Suppl, 71| His goods not only to the ~righteous but also to sinners (Mt. 79 Suppl, 71| here the prayers of ~the righteous avail those who are alive, 80 Suppl, 71| through the prayers of the righteous, than is implied by the 81 Suppl, 71| his sins, ~and if he be righteous, that thou mayest add to 82 Suppl, 87| promised as a reward to the righteous is ~not granted to the unrighteous. 83 Suppl, 87| promised as a reward to the ~righteous that they shall see the 84 Suppl, 87| will be a reward to the righteous, so will ~it be a torment 85 Suppl, 92| its nature to make a man ~righteous, but accidentally to make 86 Suppl, 92| accidentally to make an ungodly man righteous. ~Accordingly, though there


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