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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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buried

   Part, Question
1 2, 102 | Our Lord ~Jesus "Christ: buried with Him in Baptism." In 2 2, 103 | circumcision of Christ, ~buried with Him in Baptism."~Aquin.: 3 2, 1 | He suffered, died and was buried, present the same difficulty, ~ 4 2, 30 | profits nothing by being buried, else Our Lord would not 5 2, 30 | as Tobias, and ~those who buried Our Lord; as Augustine says ( 6 2, 30 | the needy ~that you have buried underground: and so you 7 2, 99 | the cloister where he is buried with Christ, and busy himself 8 2, 127 | in thy hand . . . being buried thou shalt ~sleep secure." 9 2, 131 | is that the servant who buried in the earth ~the money 10 2, 145 | commemorated, because "we are buried together with ~Christ by 11 3, 2 | suffered, was crucified, was buried. And this, too, was ~condemned 12 3, 13 | while before was crucified, buried ~in the tomb, and afterwards 13 3, 16 | Christ suffered, died and was buried: even as in ~corporeal and 14 3, 46 | s sin: and Adam was not ~buried in Jerusalem, but in Hebron; 15 3, 46 | the place where Adam ~was buried; and that it was so called 16 3, 46 | skull of the first man ~was buried there. A pleasing interpretation 17 3, 46 | condemned. But ~Adam was buried close by Hebron and Arbe, 18 3, 49 | to Rm. 6:4: "For we ~are buried together with Him by baptism 19 3, 50 | Son of God - namely, being buried: as is evident from the 20 3, 50 | suffered, died, and was buried." Therefore Christ's Godhead 21 3, 50 | God - namely, that "it was buried" - so is it said of Him 22 3, 51 | fitting for Christ to be buried?~(2) Concerning the manner 23 3, 51 | fitting for Christ to be buried?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 24 3, 51 | for Christ to have been buried, because ~it is said of 25 3, 51 | for Christ to have been buried.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 26 3, 51 | not fitting for Him to be buried.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 27 3, 51 | unbecoming for Christ to be buried.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 28 3, 51 | fitting for Christ to be buried. First of all, to ~establish 29 3, 51 | to sins, are as it were ~buried with Christ by immersion, 30 3, 51 | according to Rm. 6:4: "We are buried ~together with Christ by 31 3, 51 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Though buried, Christ proved Himself " 32 3, 51 | 1/1~Whether Christ was buried in a becoming manner?~Aquin.: 33 3, 51 | would seem that Christ was buried in an unbecoming manner. 34 3, 51 | Christ, inasmuch as He was buried by men of ~position - namely, 35 3, 51 | display, ~inasmuch as they buried Him with fragrant spices ( 36 3, 51 | instruction - as that He was buried "in a garden . . . "in ~ 37 3, 51 | reverence wrapped it up and buried it." Thirdly, as to the 38 3, 51 | those are molded who "are buried together with Christ into 39 3, 51 | His murderers, ~and was buried with honor: and thereby 40 3, 51 | Evangelist (Jn. 19:40) that they ~buried Him "as the manner of the 41 3, 51 | as the Lord's body was buried in a clean winding-sheet."~ 42 3, 51 | Reply OBJ 4: Christ was buried "in a garden" to express 43 3, 51 | for this "was our ~Lord buried in the grave of a stranger," 44 3, 51 | destroyed. Moreover, He was buried in a monument "hewn out 45 3, 51 | Again, if He had been buried in the earth, they might 46 3, 51 | 1]), Christ willed to be buried in ~order to furnish men 47 3, 51 | which Christ died and was buried on the Friday; while the ~ 48 3, 59 | the ~rich man died and was buried in hell." Therefore it is 49 3, 59 | body, which is sometimes buried with honor and sometimes 50 3, 66 | kind of tomb our old man is buried, and ~being submerged is 51 3, 66 | in His death: for we are buried together ~with Him, by Baptism 52 3, 66 | of ~tomb, our old man is buried, and being submerged, is 53 3, 66 | the Lord by which you were buried with Christ in Baptism." 54 3, 66 | because even if He had been buried or dead for one day, this ~ 55 3, 68 | in His death: for we are buried together ~with Him, by Baptism 56 3, 68 | according to Rm. 6:4: "We are buried together ~with" Christ " 57 3, 69 | applied the words: 'We are buried together with ~Him by Baptism 58 3, 70 | circumcision of Christ, buried with Him in Baptism."~Aquin.: 59 3, 83 | bodies of unbelievers are ~buried, but if it seem suitable 60 3, 83 | bishop; as Christ's body ~was buried in a clean linen winding-sheet." 61 3, 83 | scrapings burned, and the ashes buried inside the altar ~and let 62 Suppl, 59| baptized is even corporeally buried together with Christ ~unto 63 Suppl, 69| rich man ~died, and he was buried in hell."~Aquin.: SMT XP 64 Suppl, 71| with grievous sins ~are buried in the church this will 65 Suppl, 71| can be hindered from being buried, as we read of ~having been 66 Suppl, 71| rest until the body was buried, which is ~altogether ridiculous 67 Suppl, 71| arranges for his ~body to be buried in a sacred place, and commends 68 Suppl, 71| specially for those who are buried in their midst. ~But such 69 Suppl, 71| also, they wished to be buried in the land of promise, 70 Suppl, 71| for their friends to be ~buried in holy places, since by 71 Suppl, 71| dead takes no harm by being buried in a holy ~place, except 72 Suppl, 94| to be treated, by being ~buried beneath the earth." 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