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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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openly

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | other parts are taught more openly. The very hiding of ~truth 2 2, 48 | do, but because he acts openly, without thought of ~hiding 3 2, 48 | be hidden and what done openly, nor to devise ~the means 4 2, 48 | and speaks and acts openly." ~Desire, on the other 5 2, 72 | second, "when it is ~done openly"; the third, "when it is 6 2, 72 | words and deed are both done openly, and for this ~reason Gregory ( 7 2, 107 | Testament explicitly and ~openly as a point of faith, is 8 2, 1 | instruction of the people, ~either openly or in figures.~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 34 | have "tale-bearing," or openly, and then we ~have "detraction." 10 2, 38 | whether it be ~carried on openly or by ambushes": and he 11 2, 39 | hurt of ~one's enemy either openly or secretly. In another 12 2, 41 | of a sin being ~committed openly, though it is an aggravating 13 2, 53 | sometimes that evil is done openly and by violence without ~ 14 2, 53 | magnanimous man wishes to act openly, as the ~Philosopher says ( 15 2, 59 | done secretly by fraud, or openly by violence. In either case 16 2, 59 | it is called "theft," if openly, it ~is called "robbery." 17 2, 59 | struck or poisoned, and openly, if he is publicly ~slain, 18 2, 59 | deprived of his good name, and openly, by being ~accused in a 19 2, 59 | things can also be done ~openly. The same applies to other 20 2, 64 | something ~violently and openly. Now in the other kinds 21 2, 64 | but that robbery is ~done openly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 22 2, 64 | property either ~secretly or openly by order of a judge who 23 2, 64 | property, ~by taking it either openly or secretly: nor is this 24 2, 71 | secret." For "secretly" and "openly" are ~circumstances that 25 2, 71 | words, but by words uttered openly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 26 2, 71 | another by deed in two ~ways - openly, as by robbery or by doing 27 2, 71 | in two ways - in one way, openly, and this is done by ~reviling 28 2, 71 | from the fact that one man ~openly utters words against another 29 2, 71 | uttered, the reviler speaking ~openly against someone, and the 30 2, 71 | circumstances "secretly" and "openly," ~because involuntariness 31 2, 71 | Reply OBJ 3: Anger seeks openly to be avenged, as the Philosopher 32 2, 73 | reviling, which is also done openly: because ~the reviler would 33 2, 81 | be heard by others, or by openly striking the heart, or ~ 34 2, 93 | when the demons are invoked openly, this comes under the head 35 2, 95 | by teaching and reproving openly, yet not ~allowing the rage 36 2, 95 | happen in two ways. First, ~openly, as when one declares oneself 37 2, 109 | evils it is less to sin openly than to simulate holiness." 38 2, 109 | simulate holiness." But to ~sin openly is always a sin. Therefore 39 2, 109 | evils it is less to sin openly than to simulate ~holiness": 40 2, 114 | deceit, for he contradicts openly. Now he ~that sins deceitfully 41 2, 114 | harm sometimes by assailing openly. Now, other ~things being 42 2, 114 | grievous to harm a person openly, by ~violence as it were, 43 2, 114 | sins that are committed ~openly proceed sometimes from a 44 2, 154 | because anger seeks to work openly, ~whereas concupiscence 45 3, 27 | Passion Jeremias foretold openly by ~words and by symbols, 46 3, 40 | but that He ~should appear openly and preach in public. Wherefore ( 47 3, 41 | an example should be set openly ~before those who are to 48 3, 41 | Him, but to ~assail Him openly" - namely, at the time of 49 3, 42 | people." But if by sinning openly they turn the authority 50 3, 42 | they should be rebuked openly and ~severely, as also Daniel 51 3, 42 | should have taught all things openly?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 52 3, 42 | have taught all things ~openly. For we read that He taught 53 3, 42 | did not teach all things openly.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 54 3, 42 | midst of unbelievers, by openly believing and professing 55 3, 42 | expounded, not in secret, but ~openly; although He was not understood 56 3, 42 | understand this, 'I have spoken openly to the world,' ~as though 57 3, 42 | and, again, it ~was not 'openly,' because they did not understand."~ 58 3, 61 | which all truth will be openly and ~perfectly revealed. 59 3, 67 | life and faith are known ~openly by all. Nevertheless an 60 3, 78 | consecrate, and afterwards openly, to ~instruct others. But 61 3, 78 | spoken in secret, but as openly ~pronounced. Accordingly, 62 3, 78 | consecrated by ~pronouncing them openly.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 63 3, 80 | Communion, except he has ~openly confessed, or has been named 64 3, 80 | secret sinner, or warn all openly in public, from ~approaching 65 3, 81 | handing the morsel, does most openly declare His ~betrayer."~ 66 Suppl, 21| the Holy Ghost was ~shown openly by a visible sign), so too 67 Suppl, 64| must not be done at once ~openly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 68 Suppl, 72| advent, when He will come openly, although the appointed 69 Suppl, 85| second coming, He will come openly, according to Ps. 49:3, "


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