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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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delay

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | angel. ~But there was some delay between man's formation 2 1, 63 | For the angel needs no ~delay of time for choice, exhortation, 3 1, 64 | angel. ~But there was some delay between man's formation 4 1, 64 | For the angel needs no ~delay of time for choice, exhortation, 5 2, 35 | for his sins, or for the delay of glory, he ~merits the 6 2, 36 | far as we sorrow for the delay of a ~desired good, or for 7 2, 42 | yet it may be possible to delay it. ~And with this hope 8 2, 72 | that he cannot brook the delay in taking food, on account 9 2, 74 | From the Latin ~'mora' - delay] through taking a length 10 2, 74 | to be morose not from a delay of time, ~but because the 11 2, 96 | as not to ~allow of the delay involved by referring the 12 2, 107 | wife, since it prescribed a delay, so that excessive eagerness 13 2, 113 | thought would require ~a long delay of time. Hence it seems 14 2, 16 | of ~hope does not imply delay, as does the expectation 15 2, 27 | whereby a man grieves for the delay of ~glory, is connected 16 2, 49 | after judging aright we delay to execute or ~execute negligently 17 2, 60 | restitution, ~and can lawfully delay to restore. For affirmative 18 2, 60 | a wage-earner, must not delay ~compensation, as appears 19 2, 60 | cases of restitution, to delay, ~and restitution should 20 2, 60 | to observe it: and since delay of restitution involves 21 2, 66 | but also on account of the delay of time as stated above ( 22 2, 67 | appeals in order to cause a delay, ~lest a just sentence be 23 2, 76 | raises his price through delay in being paid, and lowers 24 2, 76 | in consideration of this delay, is like a price for a loan, ~ 25 2, 86 | And yet one ought ~not to delay longer than one intended 26 2, 86 | thy God thou shalt ~not delay to pay it: because the Lord 27 2, 86 | require it; and if ~thou delay, it shall be imputed to 28 2, 104 | promptness enhances, delay discounts a favor."~Aquin.: 29 2, 104 | do his duty without any delay. Therefore it is apparently ~ 30 2, 104 | and ~one should no longer delay when the convenient time 31 2, 134 | longanimity, whereby one awaits a delay: for ~one is said to be 32 2, 134 | said to be impatient of delay, as of other evils. Therefore 33 2, 134 | Secondly, because the very delay of the good we hope for, 34 2, 134 | patience, in so far as both the delay of the ~hoped for good ( 35 2, 135 | difficulty arising from delay in accomplishing a good 36 2, 135 | failure ~on account of the delay. Hence this virtue, like 37 2, 137 | which may regard the long delay and ~accomplishment of goods.~ 38 2, 146 | disordered through ~impatience of delay, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 181 | be accomplished without delay or confusion; and this is 40 2, 187 | Christ require of us, that we delay not even for a moment."~ 41 2, 187 | he looks back who seeks delay in order to go home and 42 3, 67 | so as not to allow of the delay involved by baptizing them 43 3, 68 | written (Ecclus. 5:8): "Delay not to be ~converted to 44 3, 68 | the sacrament ~demands a delay whereby men are admitted 45 3, 68 | reasons for forgoing this delay. First, when ~those who 46 3, 83 | Catholic ~churches without delay by means of devout prayers 47 Suppl, 4 | punishment and for the ~delay of glory. Much more, therefore, 48 Suppl, 6 | be an urgent reason for delay." But everyone is ~bound 49 Suppl, 6 | is sick in body were to ~delay sending for the physician, 50 Suppl, 6 | many mortal sins ~for the delay in confessing one, which 51 Suppl, 6 | same reason applies to delay of confession as to delay 52 Suppl, 6 | delay of confession as to delay of Baptism, ~because both 53 Suppl, 6 | mortal sin. ~Nevertheless the delay of Baptism may amount to 54 Suppl, 6 | depends on the cause of the delay, since, as the ~Philosopher 55 Suppl, 6 | Wherefore if the ~cause of the delay of Baptism has a mortal 56 Suppl, 6 | or some like motive, the ~delay will be a mortal sin, but 57 Suppl, 6 | though it is ~dangerous to delay.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[5] 58 Suppl, 6 | the Church does not favor delay, but forbids the neglect 59 Suppl, 6 | neglect involved in a ~further delay. Wherefore by this Decretal 60 Suppl, 6 | Church; so ~that a man may delay confession longer than the 61 Suppl, 67| writing in order to cause a delay, and that the husband might 62 Suppl, 69| nature, so that this very delay of glory ~is called a kind 63 Suppl, 74| Who is our Head, did not delay His ~resurrection until 64 Suppl, 85| thing ignored, since its delay is equal to the length of 65 Appen1, 2| pain of loss, namely the delay of the divine vision, and 66 Appen1, 2| grieve exceedingly for their delay. Again, since pain is not


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