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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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burial

   Part, Question
1 2, 102 | of piety to assist at the burial of one's friends: wherefore ~ 2 2, 1 | His Passion, ~death and burial; the fourth, to His descent 3 2, 30 | made no mention of the burial of the dead (Mt. 25:35,36). 4 2, 30 | After this life we give "burial to the dead."~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 30 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Burial does not profit a dead man 6 2, 30 | reason He did not mention the burial of the dead with the other 7 2, 30 | forfeits if he remain without ~burial, and as regards a man's 8 2, 38 | deprived of ecclesiastical burial. Therefore it seems ~that 9 2, 57 | deprived of an honorable burial, as the ~Philosopher declares ( 10 2, 98 | things include right of ~burial, right of patronage, and, 11 2, 98 | which Abraham bought for a burial place was consecrated for 12 2, 98 | that site to be used for burial, in ~order to turn it into 13 2, 98 | even among the Gentiles burial places are looked upon as ~ 14 2, 98 | the price as payment for a burial ~place, he sinned in selling, 15 2, 98 | Ephron offered him the ~burial place for nothing, Abraham 16 2, 99 | circumstances. For after the ~burial the will had to be read, 17 2, 145 | on which day our ~Lord's burial is commemorated, because " 18 2, 173 | nothing but a ~corpse for burial." Therefore it was not necessary 19 2, 187 | account of his ~father's burial: for there were others who 20 3, 46 | His death; ~thirdly, His burial; and, fourthly, His descent 21 3, 51 | Para. 1/1 - OF CHRIST'S BURIAL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have 22 3, 51 | now to consider Christ's burial, concerning which there 23 3, 51 | Concerning the manner of His burial;~(3) Whether His body was 24 3, 51 | salvation. But Christ's burial seems in no way to be conducive 25 3, 51 | body, hath done it ~for My burial."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 26 3, 51 | granting leave ~for His burial. Secondly, because by Christ' 27 3, 51 | salvation, so likewise did ~His burial. Hence Jerome says (Super 28 3, 51 | Marc. xiv): "By Christ's burial we ~rise again"; and on 29 3, 51 | give the ungodly for His burial," ~a gloss says: "He shall 30 3, 51 | purchased them by His death and burial."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 31 3, 51 | unbecoming manner. For ~His burial should be in keeping with 32 3, 51 | unbecoming for honorable burial ~to be accorded to Christ, 33 3, 51 | anoint His body for the burial, as Mark relates ~(Mk. 14: 34 3, 51 | with itself. But Christ's burial on the one hand was simple, 35 3, 51 | the manner of Christ's burial does not seem to have been ~ 36 3, 51 | Gospels touching Christ's burial in no wise seem to ~pertain 37 3, 51 | Therefore the manner of Christ's burial was not becoming.~Aquin.: 38 3, 51 | The manner of Christ's burial is shown to be seemly in ~ 39 3, 51 | devotion of those who gave Him burial. Hence ~Augustine says ( 40 3, 51 | despicable: but in His honorable burial we can see the power of 41 3, 51 | express that by His ~death and burial we are delivered from the 42 3, 51 | are renewed by Christ's burial; death and corruption being ~ 43 3, 51 | from the evening of His burial to the dawn of the resurrection, ~ 44 3, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Christ's burial is more clearly represented 45 3, 66 | immersion reproduces the burial ~of the Lord by which you 46 3, 66 | be conformed to Christ's ~burial. Therefore it seems that 47 3, 66 | the three days of Christ's burial, and also the ~Trinity of 48 3, 66 | And the three days of His burial were not necessary for our ~ 49 3, 66 | commemorate ~our Lord's burial and resurrection; for which 50 Suppl, 6 | not be deprived of ~proper burial if he were to die before 51 Suppl, 71| profit them?~(11) Whether the burial service profits the departed?~( 52 Suppl, 71| priest when he performs the ~burial service in church. And since 53 Suppl, 71| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the burial service profits the dead?~ 54 Suppl, 71| It would seem that the burial service profits the dead. 55 Suppl, 71| the like pertain to the burial service. Therefore the burial ~ 56 Suppl, 71| burial service. Therefore the burial ~service profits the dead.~ 57 Suppl, 71| their children touching the burial or even the translation ~ 58 Suppl, 71| dead." ~Therefore such like burial observances profit the dead.~ 59 Suppl, 71| devotion, arrange for their ~burial in some religious locality. 60 Suppl, 71| locality. Therefore the burial service profits ~the dead.~ 61 Suppl, 71| pity than to condemn. Now burial ~in a sacred place is hurtful 62 Suppl, 71| should we say that ~the burial service profits the good.~ 63 Suppl, 71| unburied: and consequently the burial service does not profit 64 Suppl, 71| that, We have recourse to burial for the sake of both the ~ 65 Suppl, 71| through looking on their burial place, wherefore a ~"monument" 66 Suppl, 71| however, a pagan error that burial was ~profitable to the dead 67 Suppl, 71| Para. 2/2~That, moreover, burial in a sacred place profits 68 Suppl, 71| far as the ~outlay on the burial brings either assistance 69 Suppl, 71| is in this sense that the burial of the dead is ~reckoned 70 Suppl, 71| of old arranged for the burial of their bodies, ~so as 71 Suppl, 71| far as he rendered such a burial place unfitting for ~him


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