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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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burden

   Part, Question
1 2, 4 | which erstwhile was its burden." Consequently, because 2 2, 37 | of sorrow or pain is to burden the soul?~(3) Whether sorrow 3 2, 37 | of sorrow or pain is to burden the soul?~Aquin.: SMT FS 4 2, 37 | not an effect of sorrow to burden the ~soul. For the Apostle 5 2, 38 | others were bearing the burden with him, striving, as it ~ 6 2, 61 | works. If no one lays this burden on us we may devote ~ourselves 7 2, 61 | contemplation of truth; but if the burden is ~laid on us it is to 8 2, 102 | that ~the priest bore the burden of the whole people, since 9 2, 102 | forbidden that ~beast of burden, i.e. any of the common 10 2, 103 | to us, to lay no further burden ~upon you than these necessary 11 2, 105 | Secondly, by forbidding them to burden a man to ~whom they might 12 2, 107 | My yoke is sweet and My burden ~light." Therefore the New 13 2, 107 | the New Law is a lighter burden than the Old.~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 107 | Old Law is a much heavier burden than ~the New: since the 15 2, 107 | conduct should become a burden to the faithful. For ~he 16 2, 107 | persons make it a slave's burden; so much so that the state 17 2, 107 | loveth; whereas they are a ~burden to him that loveth not."~ 18 2, 107 | rather that it is a ~lighter burden.~ 19 2, 53 | solicitude, which will be burden enough for the soul. ~This 20 2, 53 | evil ~thereof," namely, the burden of solicitude.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 64 | ease the depositary of his burden. On the other hand ~he who, 22 2, 69 | thee lie underneath his burden, thou shalt not pass by, 23 2, 69 | were to lie underneath ~its burden. Therefore an advocate is 24 2, 69 | as the ass lies under the burden, there is no means ~of help 25 2, 71 | ass lying "underneath his burden," as commanded in Dt. 21: 26 2, 75 | should not be more of a burden to ~one party than to another, 27 2, 86 | observances, and because the burden of religion is onerous ~ 28 2, 120 | servile works," i.e. "to burden oneself with sin." ~Taken 29 2, 125 | with a ~bold man, lest he burden thee with his evils." Now 30 2, 143 | 13:2): "He ~shall take a burden upon him that hath fellowship 31 2, 145 | so as not to be a heavy burden to nature. Now the ~right 32 2, 145 | this were to prove a heavy ~burden to a man on account of sickness, 33 2, 168 | with a bold man lest he burden thee with his evils."~Aquin.: 34 2, 180 | taken away from her. But the burden of necessity shall at ~length 35 2, 180 | If no one imposes this burden ~upon us we must devote 36 2, 180 | its sweetness, and this ~burden overwhelm us." Hence it 37 2, 183 | a person to accept this ~burden, especially seeing that 38 2, 183 | If no one imposes this burden upon ~us, we must devote 39 2, 183 | Dei xix, 19) ~that "if the burden of the pastoral office be 40 2, 186 | which would be a heavy burden on them. Therefore a ~religious 41 2, 186 | use involves the least ~burden of care. Wherefore a threefold 42 2, 186 | superiors, and "if this burden is not placed on us," ~as 43 2, 187 | of ~holiness. Hence the burden of orders should be laid 44 2, 187 | with holiness, whereas the burden of religion ~seasons the 45 2, 187 | such as bodily weakness, a burden of debts, or the ~like) 46 2, 187 | says (Moral. iv, 33), "what burden does He lay on the ~shoulders 47 3, 37 | by taking on Himself the burden of the Law, He might set 48 3, 66 | strengthen his shoulders for the burden of ~labor." But after Baptism, 49 Suppl, 13| seems that one can bear the burden of punishment ~laid upon 50 Suppl, 37| may bear with thee the ~burden of the people." Therefore 51 Suppl, 39| sweet yoke and a light ~burden (Mt. 11:30).~Aquin.: SMT 52 Suppl, 40| over-the-shoulders], which signified the burden of ~the Gospel, as Bede 53 Suppl, 52| Further, leprosy is a greater burden to the fellowship of ~marriage 54 Suppl, 52| freely; although they lay a burden upon marriage ~as to its 55 Suppl, 52| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the burden under which a man binds 56 Suppl, 52| weight ~of the marriage burden, especially since he is 57 Suppl, 92| in view of the marriage burden ~which the husband has to 58 Suppl, 92| bearing of the marriage burden, as stated above. Yet the 59 Suppl, 92| removes, namely the marriage burden which is lightened thereby, 60 Suppl, 93| weighing on it, signifies the burden which ~widows have to bear 61 Appen1, 1| soul freed from its bodily burden ~should ignore things which,


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