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unwontedness 2
unworthily 24
unworthiness 1
unworthy 61
unyielding 1
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61 thief
61 unbegotten
61 untrue
61 unworthy
60 136
60 arguments
60 avoidance
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unworthy

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | better hidden from the unworthy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[10] 2 1, 72 | generating, they are deemed unworthy of a ~formal blessing.~Aquin.: 3 1, 71 | generating, they are deemed unworthy of a ~formal blessing.~Aquin.: 4 2, 61 | reckon that it is not only ~unworthy of praise, but wicked for 5 2, 67 | moral action is petty, and unworthy of the gods" ~(Ethic. x, 6 2, 98 | wherefore the latter were unworthy to receive the Law, lest ~ 7 2, 108 | with sacred things if he be unworthy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 8 2, 108 | not be withdrawn from the unworthy. But he ~forbade inordinate 9 2, 31 | previous sin renders a man unworthy to rebuke another; and especially 10 2, 31 | another; and especially is ~he unworthy to correct another for a 11 2, 34 | happens to have that good is unworthy of it. Such sorrow ~as this 12 2, 34 | accrue to the worthy and the unworthy; and he calls this ~sorrow { 13 2, 34 | accrue to those who are unworthy, ~are so disposed according 14 2, 81 | saying this, and so are unworthy to be heard, or, if they 15 2, 91 | Peter ~Lombard] says: "He is unworthy who celebrates the mystery 16 2, 98 | grant a request made for an unworthy person ~implies, seemingly, 17 2, 98 | presumption renders him unworthy, and so his request is made 18 2, 98 | request is made for ~an unworthy person. But, if one be in 19 2, 109 | ecclesiastical preferment, though unworthy, or that he may obtain any ~ 20 2, 130 | glory for that which ~is unworthy of glory, for instance when 21 2, 156 | angry, and whom he deems unworthy ~[indignum] of acting thus 22 2, 159 | despair, render himself ~unworthy of a good which was competent 23 2, 185 | world and live to God, are unworthy of the power of the ~priestly 24 2, 185 | those are contemptuous and ~unworthy to be heard who work not 25 3, 41 | in ~Evang.): "It was not unworthy of our Redeemer to wish 26 3, 42 | they were ~either unable or unworthy to grasp: and yet it was 27 3, 64 | afraid nor ashamed, all unworthy that he is, to take part 28 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 1: The sin of the unworthy recipient is compared to 29 3, 80 | Although he who reputes himself unworthy of the ~Sacrament, through 30 3, 80 | anything happen which is unworthy of so great a mystery. ~ 31 3, 82 | we shun is the sin of the unworthy ~ministers.~Aquin.: SMT 32 3, 88 | on one who is ~altogether unworthy, so that the ingratitude 33 3, 89 | because thereby he becomes ~unworthy of those things which appertain 34 3, 89 | if he has made himself unworthy by his subsequent ~fault, 35 3, 89 | sin whereby he is become unworthy of ~eternal life. But this 36 Suppl, 11| conscious that the latter is unworthy of ecclesiastical ~preferment. 37 Suppl, 11| prevent the promotion of the ~unworthy, if it is his business. 38 Suppl, 11| OBJ 4: A man is rendered unworthy of ecclesiastical preferment, 39 Suppl, 17| kingdom and exclude the unworthy" therefrom, as stated in 40 Suppl, 17| 4: Further, sinners are unworthy of the kingdom. But the 41 Suppl, 17| she does not ~exclude the unworthy, but admits them, so far 42 Suppl, 17| the words, "worthy" and "unworthy," ~because account is taken 43 Suppl, 17| worthy and excludes the unworthy," as may be seen ~from the 44 Suppl, 21| kingdom others than the unworthy, as was made clear from ~ 45 Suppl, 21| and since no one becomes ~unworthy, unless, through committing 46 Suppl, 36| Whether he who raises the unworthy to Orders sins?~(5) Whether 47 Suppl, 36| Whether he who raises the unworthy to Orders commits a sin?~ 48 Suppl, 36| seem that he who raises the unworthy to orders commits ~no sin. 49 Suppl, 36| bishop sins in promoting the unworthy, he is bound to take ~the 50 Suppl, 36| Therefore he who promotes ~the unworthy does not escape sin.~Aquin.: 51 Suppl, 36| But whoever promotes the unworthy endangers ~spiritual things, 52 Suppl, 36| Therefore ~he who promotes the unworthy sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT 53 Suppl, 36| and whoso promotes the unworthy does this. Wherefore he 54 Suppl, 36| earthly ~lord were he to place unworthy subjects in his offices.~ 55 Suppl, 36| worthy be ~promoted and the unworthy set aside. And though it 56 Suppl, 36| afraid nor ashamed, all unworthy that ~he is to take part 57 Suppl, 71| hurtful to some if they be unworthy: wherefore ~Gregory says ( 58 Suppl, 72| to them, while if we be unworthy they pray not for us even ~ 59 Suppl, 95| finding ~themselves deemed unworthy even to see the glory which 60 Suppl, 96| people who render themselves unworthy of that mercy, ~as do the 61 Suppl, 96| have not made themselves unworthy of mercy, because in this


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