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grew 12
grey 2
gridiron 3
grief 69
griefs 4
grievance 3
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69 diminishes
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69 manifestly
69 mirror
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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grief

   Part, Question
1 1, 64 | obstinacy of will;~(3) Of their grief;~(4) Of their place of punishment.~ 2 1, 64 | Therefore there is no grief in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 64 | devil punished with the grief of sorrow, because he ~especially 4 1, 65 | obstinacy of will;~(3) Of their grief;~(4) Of their place of punishment.~ 5 1, 65 | Therefore there is no grief in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 65 | devil punished with the grief of sorrow, because he ~especially 7 1, 112 | But weeping is a sign of grief and sorrow. Therefore angels ~ 8 1, 112 | contrary, Where there is grief and sorrow, there is not 9 1, 112 | Therefore they have no cause for grief.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 10 1, 112 | pains ~inflicted on men. For grief and sorrow, according to 11 2, 6 | involuntarily is done with grief, as ~Damascene (De Fide 12 2, 31 | whatever is ~violent causes grief" (Metaph. v, 5). Therefore 13 2, 38 | woke up again, and found my grief not a little assuaged": 14 2, 46 | Secondly, on the part of the grief that causes anger, and which 15 2, 47 | Further, desire for honor and grief for a slight belong to the ~ 16 2, 47 | is above all a cause of ~grief; since men who suffer from 17 2, 48 | Consequently it causes greater grief: just ~as a great good, 18 2, 48 | proportion to the increase of the grief that precedes, ~anger is 19 2, 102 | a groan, denotes worldly grief which works death in those 20 2, 9 | the cause of sorrow and grief, so is good the cause of 21 2, 17 | have no joy, but sorrow and grief, according to Is. ~65:14, " 22 2, 17 | heart, and shall howl for grief of spirit." Therefore ~no 23 2, 28 | answer that, Since pity is grief for another's distress, 24 2, 28 | him. And since sorrow or grief is ~about one's own ills, 25 2, 28 | answer that, Mercy signifies grief for another's distress. 26 2, 28 | another's distress. Now this ~grief may denote, in one way, 27 2, 34 | neighbor's misfortunes, and grief ~for his prosperity." For 28 2, 34 | neighbor's misfortunes and grief for ~his prosperity seem 29 2, 34 | answer that, Just as sloth is grief for a Divine spiritual good, 30 2, 34 | spiritual good, so ~envy is grief for our neighbor's good. 31 2, 34 | unable, and then we have "grief at ~another's prosperity." 32 2, 34 | stated above ~(Q[34], A[6]). Grief at another's prosperity 33 2, 34 | result thereof, because grief over our neighbor's good 34 2, 92 | being afflicted with bitter grief, made ~to himself the image 35 3, 46 | of all others. And this grief in Christ ~surpassed all 36 3, 46 | in Christ ~surpassed all grief of every contrite heart, 37 3, 46 | be a ~matter of greater grief than the loss of another 38 3, 46 | who was the cause, not of grief, but rather of delight and 39 3, 46 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Grief is then said to be a true 40 3, 46 | perfection: nevertheless, both grief and its cause can reach 41 3, 46 | Christ's ~whole soul suffered grief during the Passion, as was 42 3, 46 | and ~conversely. But the grief of Christ's Passion was 43 3, 46 | opposed directly to the grief of ~the Passion, because 44 3, 46 | by ~its proper act; but grief of the Passion according 45 3, 46 | according to the subject. Grief ~of the Passion belongs 46 3, 48 | and the greatness of ~the grief endured, as stated above ( 47 3, 84 | seeking a remedy for ~one's grief in some way or other, and 48 3, 84 | should show some ~signs of grief, even as the Ninevites did, 49 3, 84 | sorrow." But comfort dispels grief, which is essential to penance. ~ 50 3, 84 | unknown]: "In doing penance ~grief should be continual."~Aquin.: 51 3, 84 | grieve and rejoice at ~his grief."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 52 3, 85 | grieve for a proper object of grief as one ought to grieve, ~ 53 3, 85 | penitent assumes a ~moderated grief for his past sins, with 54 Suppl, 4 | grieve, and rejoice in ~his grief."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[ 55 Suppl, 16| sins, even as we, ~without grief, remember our griefs after 56 Suppl, 16| healed." But ~penance is grief of the heart. Therefore 57 Suppl, 64| grants ~unwillingly and with grief that which is exacted of 58 Suppl, 69| their punishments that their grief for their unhappiness surpasses 59 Suppl, 69| affected either by joy or by grief. Now this joy or ~grief 60 Suppl, 69| grief. Now this joy or ~grief at being consigned to such 61 Suppl, 71| the damned some matter of grief, which matter they might 62 Suppl, 71| one; and this ~matter of grief is withdrawn from them when 63 Suppl, 72| of their friends, their grief is forestalled by ~their 64 Suppl, 87| those who are ~plunged in grief, it will give no joy but 65 Suppl, 87| of understanding has no grief opposed to ~it," according 66 Suppl, 87| 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Grief denotes not a disposition 67 Suppl, 87| that cause. Accordingly the grief of the damned would be done 68 Appen1, 1| OTC Para. 2/3~Further, the grief of sensible punishment corresponds 69 Appen1, 1| if he fail in this, his grief will be very great, since ~


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