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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sorrows

   Part, Question
1 2, 32 | that is sorrowful: ~because sorrows are contrary to his own 2 2, 32 | are contrary to ~certain sorrows, are more sought than intellectual 3 2, 35 | each of these ways, the sorrows of the ~present life lead 4 2, 35 | comprised in ~the interior sorrows of the heart.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 37 | sorrow: thus the more one sorrows ~on account of a certain 6 2, 38 | disagreeable to him that sorrows. Hence the ~effect of sorrow 7 2, 38 | not related to him that sorrows in the same way as ~the 8 2, 38 | the joyful, and when he sorrows with the sorrowful. ~Consequently 9 2, 39 | also a good thing that he ~sorrows for the good he has lost: 10 2, 59 | the other ~hand, virtue sorrows moderately for all that 11 2, 59 | sorrowful by wisdom. Yet he sorrows for anything that hinders 12 2, 59 | all about pleasures and sorrows, ~as being their proper 13 2, 59 | in acts of virtue, and ~sorrows for the contrary. Hence 14 2, 59 | is ~about pleasures and sorrows," viz. as about something 15 2, 96 | conscience . . . a man endure sorrows, suffering wrongfully."~ 16 2, 27 | account certain particular sorrows as special vices, because 17 2, 28 | own ills, one grieves or sorrows for another's distress, 18 2, 33 | and burdensome work, or sorrows on account of any other 19 2, 51 | persevering man suffers grievous sorrows (which ~points to a defect 20 2, 99 | many evils, such as the sorrows and worries and other ~things 21 2, 112 | concerned about the joys and sorrows of those who dwell in fellowship. 22 2, 134 | men endure many toils and sorrows ~for the sake of the things 23 2, 134 | temperance is ~only about those sorrows that are opposed to pleasures 24 2, 134 | patience ~is chiefly about sorrows inflicted by other persons. 25 2, 134 | temperance to control these sorrows besides their contrary pleasures: ~ 26 2, 134 | on account of such like sorrows, however great they be.~ 27 2, 134 | as in enduring any other sorrows. Accordingly longanimity 28 2, 136 | overwhelming pleasures or sorrows; but ~he is to be pardoned 29 2, 139 | and consequently with the sorrows that arise from the absence ~ 30 2, 162 | 16), "I will multiply thy sorrows, and thy ~conceptions"; 31 2, 162 | stated: "I will ~multiply thy sorrows, and thy conceptions."~Aquin.: 32 2, 162 | conceives must needs suffer sorrows and bring forth her child 33 3, 14 | abject of men, a man of sorrows and acquainted with infirmity, 34 3, 15 | infirmities and carried our sorrows."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 35 3, 22 | infirmities and ~carried our sorrows" (Is. 53:4). Wherefore it 36 3, 35 | He hath ~carried our sorrows." Therefore it seems that 37 3, 43 | according to Is. 53:3: "A man of sorrows and ~acquainted with infirmity." 38 3, 46 | Surely He hath carried our sorrows." But such was ~the dignity 39 3, 49 | iniquities and carried our sorrows." ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] 40 3, 52 | infirmities and ~carried our sorrows." But through sin man had 41 3, 52 | Christ, ~having loosed the sorrows of hell, as it was impossible 42 3, 52 | by it." But there are no sorrows in the hell of the Fathers, 43 3, 52 | testimonies mention hell and ~its sorrows, there is no reason for 44 3, 52 | according to Ps. 17:6: "The sorrows of hell ~encompassed me." 45 3, 52 | hell ~Christ took away both sorrows, yet in different ways: 46 3, 52 | for He did away ~with the sorrows of pains by preserving souls 47 3, 52 | Likewise He removed the sorrows caused by glory deferred, 48 3, 52 | hell, nor are ~there any sorrows there. In another way it 49 3, 52 | not styled hell, nor are sorrows said to be ~now in Abraham' 50 3, 52 | raised up, ~having loosed the sorrows of hell, as it was impossible 51 3, 53 | raised up, having loosed the sorrows of hell": and Rm. 8:11: " 52 3, 68 | infirmities and carried our sorrows."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 53 3, 84 | that sorrow whereby a man sorrows for his ~past sin, and which 54 3, 85 | virtue ~not merely because it sorrows for evil done (since charity 55 Suppl, 3 | contrition, surpasses all other sorrows. For the more pleasing ~ 56 Suppl, 3 | not greater than the other sorrows of which that ~same part 57 Suppl, 3 | voluntarily greater than other sorrows - both because the lower ~ 58 Suppl, 83| the life that is passed in sorrows, ~so too death, which is


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