Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
sores 2
sorrow 1083
sorrowed 1
sorrowful 46
sorrowfully 4
sorrowing 5
sorrowings 1
Frequency    [«  »]
46 preserves
46 propositions
46 regarded
46 sorrowful
46 spiration
46 standing
45 137
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

sorrowful

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | as ~being, so to speak, sorrowful at heart [miserum cor]; 2 2, 32 | which gives pleasure to the sorrowful man, though it ~be unlike 3 2, 32 | likeness to the man that is sorrowful: ~because sorrows are contrary 4 2, 32 | own good. Wherefore the sorrowful man ~seeks pleasure as making 5 2, 35 | contemplate something harmful ~and sorrowful, just as to contemplate 6 2, 37 | But man can learn while sorrowful. Much more, therefore, ~ 7 2, 37 | thing, ~that you were made sorrowful according to God, how great 8 2, 37 | are others ~proper to the sorrowful; for instance, to mourn. 9 2, 37 | maketh age ~flourishing: a sorrowful spirit drieth up the bones": 10 2, 38 | Now when a man is made sorrowful by ~those things in which 11 2, 38 | like manner, when many are sorrowful, it seems that ~their sorrow 12 2, 38 | when he sorrows with the sorrowful. ~Consequently each becomes 13 2, 39 | not because you were made sorrowful, but because you were made ~ 14 2, 39 | but because you were made ~sorrowful unto penance." Secondly, 15 2, 41 | to take pleasure or to be sorrowful: or else it is because ~ 16 2, 42 | for one to be pained or sorrowful on account ~of the evil 17 2, 59 | Mt. 26:38): "My soul is sorrowful even unto death." ~Therefore 18 2, 59 | object which ought to make us sorrowful, is a ~mark of virtue; as 19 2, 59 | the wise man is not made ~sorrowful by wisdom. Yet he sorrows 20 2, 59 | hinders the work that makes us sorrowful: but it ~helps us to do 21 2, 78 | sin through ~habit, are sorrowful after committing a sin: 22 2, 103 | the ceremonies, having a sorrowful ~heart?" Therefore the ceremonies 23 2, 19 | accordingly, those who are sorrowful fall the more easily into 24 2, 30 | doubtful, to comfort the sorrowful, to reprove the sinner, ~ 25 2, 33 | every ~vice makes a man sorrowful about the opposite spiritual 26 2, 33 | for the ~lustful man is sorrowful about the good of continence, 27 2, 112 | bring consolation to the sorrowful, according to Ecclus. 7: 28 2, 112 | Although I made you ~sorrowful by my epistle, I do not 29 2, 112 | not because you were made sorrowful, but because you were ~made 30 2, 112 | but because you were ~made sorrowful unto repentance." For this 31 3, 5 | Mt. 26:38: "My soul is sorrowful even ~unto death"; and Jn. 32 3, 15 | the assumed manhood, 'was ~sorrowful' in very deed; yet lest 33 3, 15 | to have 'begun to grow ~sorrowful and to be sad'"; so that 34 3, 15 | Mt. 26:38): "My soul is sorrowful even ~unto death." And Ambrose 35 3, 15 | 37): ~"He began to grow sorrowful and to be sad." For "it 36 3, 15 | it is one thing to be ~sorrowful and another to grow sorrowful," 37 3, 15 | sorrowful and another to grow sorrowful," as Jerome says, on this 38 3, 43 | go away from His presence sorrowful? . . . and yet ~afterwards, 39 3, 68 | Confession of sins should be sorrowful: thus Augustine ~says (De 40 3, 83 | but are omitted in those sorrowful offices which ~commemorate 41 3, 84 | the gloss says: "Be ~not sorrowful, if thou hast a good will, 42 3, 84 | man from being joyful and sorrowful at the same ~time - for 43 3, 85 | is the ~vengeance of the sorrowful, ever punishing in them 44 Suppl, 5 | written (Prov. 17:22): "A sorrowful spirit drieth up the ~bones."~ 45 Suppl, 43| purpose of making the father sorrowful, for he had sinned in the 46 Suppl, 94| occupied by whatever is ~more sorrowful"; and thus even as the empyrean


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License