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kindling 11
kindly 11
kindness 41
kindred 82
kinds 389
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82 fate
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82 liberty
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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kindred

   Part, Question
1 2, 87 | because the punishment of ~kindred redounds somewhat upon those 2 2, 102 | out from his house and ~kindred, for this reason he was 3 2, 105 | and had no fellowship of kindred with them, were to ~be held 4 2, 105 | all the succession of his kindred." The same ~applies to Ruth 5 2, 105 | and those of their ~near kindred, on account of the natural 6 2, 20 | prudence, but also a sort of kindred vice, alike, not in truth ~ 7 2, 24 | one's father or mother or ~kindred, according to Lk. 12:26. 8 2, 25 | commanded to hate, in our kindred, not their ~kinship, but 9 2, 25 | we should not love our ~kindred more than those who are 10 2, 25 | love to others than our ~kindred: thus in the army a man 11 2, 25 | are not bound to love our kindred most of all.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 25 | nature we should love our kindred most, in matters ~concerning 13 2, 25 | Therefore the friendship ~of kindred is more stable, while other 14 2, 25 | precedence of the love of ~kindred in matters where we are 15 2, 25 | action. Yet the friendship of kindred is more stable, since it ~ 16 2, 30 | that you forget ~not your kindred, if you know them to be 17 2, 61 | lawfully give preference to his kindred since there is at ~least 18 2, 61 | goods of the Church to their kindred without regard ~to their 19 2, 71 | through the flattery of their ~kindred, or the favor of others, 20 2, 78 | constant deference to his kindred and the ~well-wishers of 21 2, 79 | exhibited, to our human kindred and ~relations as also to 22 2, 79 | only to God but also to our kindred.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 23 2, 79 | exhibits to one's ~human kindred, if we take the term religion 24 2, 85 | inheriting it from their kindred, ~or by purchase, or in 25 2, 86 | the gathering of their ~kindred. Now a vow is a promise 26 2, 98 | prelate for the ~profit of his kindred, or the increase of his 27 2, 98 | that he provide for one's kindred from the revenue is ~manifest 28 2, 99 | relations ~besides those of kindred and citizenship, as the 29 2, 99 | extends not only to one's kindred and ~fellow-citizens.~Aquin.: 30 2, 99 | do our duty towards our kindred and well-wishers of our 31 2, 99 | worship given to all our ~kindred, since our kinsfolk are 32 2, 99 | relations of a man with his kindred and fellow-citizens ~are 33 2, 99 | bound to support all one's kindred and fellow-citizens. ~Therefore 34 2, 99 | homage and ~duty to all our kindred and to the well-wishers 35 2, 99 | precedence of the claims of kindred."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] 36 2, 99 | to have not known their kindred, because they ~obeyed the 37 2, 99 | bound by the duties of kindred, to take care of him."~Aquin.: 38 2, 100 | the common ~good. Now our kindred pertain to the private good, 39 2, 100 | which pays worship to one's kindred.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 40 2, 100 | of our parents and of our kindred are more ~substantially 41 2, 100 | persons who are not of their kindred.~ 42 2, 119 | flesh, but also to all his kindred on account ~of their being 43 2, 120 | and also to other blood kindred, and to the ~well-wishers 44 2, 120 | precedes the debt to one's ~kindred and country since it is 45 2, 120 | of our parents that ~our kindred and country belong to us. 46 2, 120 | to his country and other kindred. Nevertheless this ~precept 47 2, 122 | wont to despise both their kindred and all they ~possess, and 48 2, 152 | liking for a woman of his kindred, if to this be ~added the 49 2, 157 | casteth ~off even his own kindred." Therefore cruelty is not 50 2, 158 | simplicity, humility," and other kindred virtues, of which we have 51 2, 183 | if you overlook not your kindred when you know ~them to be 52 3, 18 | and one of the latter's kindred wishes him ~not to be hanged 53 3, 29 | Virgin ~was of the family or kindred of Aaron, so that she was 54 3, 31 | the human race is Christ's kindred, inasmuch as He took ~flesh 55 3, 31 | would seem to have no ~kindred with Christ: but rather 56 3, 31 | Christ and the human race are kindred, through the likeness ~of 57 3, 37 | there" was ~"none of" his "kindred that" was "called by this 58 3, 70 | thy country and from thy ~kindred." Therefore circumcision 59 Suppl, 50| since ~more degrees of kindred come under prohibition at 60 Suppl, 53| marry within the degrees of kindred ~forbidden by the Church. 61 Suppl, 54| will there be any tie of kindred between him and ~the person 62 Suppl, 54| husband regards his wife's kindred ~as his own. Hence it would 63 Suppl, 54| could take a woman of his kindred to wife since no new ~friendship 64 Suppl, 54| should take a ~wife from his kindred, in order to avoid confusion 65 Suppl, 54| friendship with their more remote kindred than with strangers: ~and 66 Suppl, 54| account of so numerous a kindred, and thus the ~prohibition 67 Suppl, 55| connected with her husband's kindred ~except by reason of the 68 Suppl, 55| contract it with her ~husband's kindred.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 69 Suppl, 55| connected with all his ~kindred.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 70 Suppl, 55| united ~together. Now the kindred of the husband do not become 71 Suppl, 55| in the flesh to all his kindred, for the same reason ~his 72 Suppl, 55| connected with his father's kindred by the same kind of tie 73 Suppl, 55| wife with her ~husband's kindred, and yet it ought not to 74 Suppl, 55| with all ~her husband's kindred. Therefore all her husband' 75 Suppl, 55| Therefore all her husband's kindred are made one ~with all who 76 Suppl, 55| all her first husband's ~kindred, since she is related to 77 Suppl, 55| husband. Now the husband's kindred inherit his possessions 78 Suppl, 72| watch over their friends and kindred and assist them in ~their 79 Suppl, 95| the glory even of their kindred, since they themselves are 80 Suppl, 95| Nevertheless they will envy their kindred less than others, and their ~ 81 Suppl, 95| be greater if all their kindred were damned, and others ~ 82 Suppl, 95| saved, than if some of their kindred were saved. For this reason


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