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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mourning

   Part, Question
1 1, 112 | Death shall be no more, ~nor mourning, nor crying, nor sorrow." 2 2, 39 | wise is where there is ~mourning, and the heart of fools 3 2, 39 | better to go to the ~house of mourning, than to the house of feasting: 4 2, 69 | nor gifts, e.g. poverty, mourning, and peace. ~Therefore the 5 2, 69 | the direction, as, e.g. mourning in respect of knowledge, 6 2, 69 | irascible passions: poverty and mourning to the gift of fear, whereby 7 2, 69 | piety. The chief motive for mourning is knowledge, whereby man 8 2, 69 | this to the beatitude of mourning: when we read, "Blessed ~ 9 2, 69 | through compassion gives; mourning, to ~prudence, which deplores 10 2, 18 | rather to the ~beatitude of mourning. Therefore the beatitude 11 2, 18 | Therefore the beatitude of mourning corresponds to ~the gift 12 2, 18 | directly, and the beatitude of mourning, consequently.~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 27 | we merit happiness. ~Now mourning, which pertains to sorrow, 14 2, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The mourning that merits happiness, is 15 2, 27 | that ~charity causes this mourning, and this spiritual joy 16 2, 112 | the wise is where there is mourning, and the heart of fools 17 2, 112 | wise is where there ~is mourning" it is not that he may bring 18 2, 145 | fasting and in weeping and in ~mourning." The same is declared by 19 2, 166 | mingled with ~sorrow and mourning taketh hold of the end of 20 2, 166 | end of joy," remarks: "A mourning ~that will last for ever." 21 2, 166 | deserving of everlasting mourning.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] A[ 22 2, 167 | even dirt and the weeds of mourning may be a subject of ostentation, 23 2, 185 | things, but even the weeds of mourning may be a subject of ostentation, ~ 24 2, 185 | that "even the weeds of ~mourning may be a subject of ostentation."~ 25 3, 37 | their song, represented the mourning of the saints in this life: 26 3, 85 | to Jer. 6:26: "Make thee mourning as for an only son, a bitter ~ 27 3, 86 | The days will come of the mourning of my father, and I will ~ 28 Suppl, 84| Apoc. ~21:4, "Sorrow and mourning shall flee away from them." [* 29 Suppl, 84| the Apocalypse has: "Nor mourning, nor ~crying, nor sorrow


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