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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tears

   Part, Question
1 2, 25 | Away with hope: away with tears."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 2 2, 32 | written (Ps. 41:4): "My tears have been my bread ~day 3 2, 32 | of pleasure. ~Therefore tears, which arise from sadness, 4 2, 35 | And human laughter, human tears." ~[Translation: Conington.]~ 5 2, 38 | or sorrow is assuaged by tears?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[38] A[ 6 2, 38 | OBJ 1: It would seem that tears do not assuage sorrow. Because 7 2, 38 | diminishes its cause. But tears or groans are an effect 8 2, 38 | OBJ 2: Further, just as tears or groans are an effect 9 2, 38 | not lessen joy. Therefore ~tears do not lessen sorrow.~Aquin.: 10 2, 38 | Therefore it seems ~that tears do not assuage sorrow.~Aquin.: 11 2, 38 | friend, "in groans and in tears alone did he find some ~ 12 2, 38 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Tears and groans naturally assuage 13 2, 38 | show of their sorrow, by tears or groans or ~even by words, 14 2, 38 | always pleasant ~to him. Now tears and groans are actions befitting 15 2, 102 | waters of Baptism or of his tears man washes his clothes, 16 2, 102 | Baptism, and by the waters of tears, in their ~faith in Christ' 17 2, 23 | but constancy shaken. Tears abounded where love never 18 2, 80 | laughter proceeds from joy, so tears and ~groans are signs of 19 2, 80 | devotion makes some people shed tears. ~Therefore gladness or 20 2, 80 | is ~said (Ps. 41:4): "My tears have been my bread," etc. 21 2, 80 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Tears are caused not only through 22 2, 80 | Thus men are wont to shed tears ~through a sentiment of 23 2, 80 | to have lost. In this way tears arise from ~devotion.~ 24 2, 81 | rather than ~with words, with tears rather than with speech."~ 25 2, 184 | knew to shed ~most bitter tears, and he who from the roof 26 3, 21 | With a strong cry and ~tears offering up prayers . . . 27 3, 22 | with a strong cry and tears He offered [Vulg.: 'offering'] 28 3, 37 | solitary, signifies the tears of prayer; whereas ~the 29 3, 39 | the devil. Again, the dove tears not with its ~beak. This 30 3, 46 | sight, by beholding the tears of His ~Mother and of the 31 3, 46 | cities, and ~that some rebel tears up the document, he will 32 3, 47 | cap. x): "Just as he who tears up the imperial message ~ 33 3, 84 | 125:5, "They that sow in tears," etc., the gloss says: " 34 3, 84 | by steps, in the vale of tears." Wherefore Paul says ~( 35 3, 84 | weeping, and thy eyes ~from tears." But this would be impossible 36 3, 84 | consists in weeping and tears. Therefore penance cannot 37 3, 84 | Reply OBJ 1: Weeping and tears belong to the act of external 38 3, 85 | bodily ~alteration, viz. tears, according to Gregory, who 39 3, 86 | repentance, ~although with tears he had sought it," which 40 3, 89 | by shedding most bitter tears did indeed ~repent him of 41 Suppl, 3 | the ~effect of sorrow is tears. Since therefore sometimes 42 Suppl, 3 | person ~does not shed outward tears for his sins, whereas he 43 Suppl, 3 | Hence it is that bodily tears flow more quickly from sensible ~ 44 Suppl, 3 | to blind his eyes with ~tears." Therefore the sorrow of 45 Suppl, 9 | not in our power to shed "tears." Therefore it is not required ~ 46 Suppl, 9 | understand this to refer to tears of the heart.~ 47 Suppl, 53| keeping continence, by his tears of repentance.~Aquin.: SMT 48 Suppl, 94| results from dissolving into tears. ~Now there cannot be a 49 Suppl, 94| One ~is the resolution of tears: and as to this corporeal 50 Suppl, 94| and in the resolution of tears that ~humor needs to be 51 Suppl, 94| shed forth in the shape of tears. ~Wherefore in this respect


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