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irreparable 16
irreparably 1
irresistible 4
irreverence 25
irreverent 4
irreverently 6
irrevocable 2
Frequency    [«  »]
25 instanced
25 intending
25 interpreted
25 irreverence
25 kills
25 leonine
25 lordly
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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irreverence

   Part, Question
1 2, 105| murder, for stealing a man, irreverence towards one's parents, adultery ~ 2 2, 79 | Now it would savor of irreverence towards a superior, if one 3 2, 87 | of infidelity includes an irreverence, but not ~conversely, because 4 2, 87 | seem to ~be the greatest irreverence. Hence a vow by its very 5 2, 95 | pertain to ~contempt or irreverence for God and holy things. 6 2, 95 | Vices pertaining directly to irreverence for God; (2) Vices ~pertaining 7 2, 95 | 2) Vices ~pertaining to irreverence for holy things. With regard 8 2, 95 | God's name is taken with irreverence. Under the first head there ~ 9 2, 95 | whatever pertains directly to ~irreverence for God is opposed to religion. 10 2, 95 | tempt a person pertains to irreverence for him: since no one presumes 11 2, 95 | does things indicative of irreverence towards God. To tempt God 12 2, 95 | relating to God implies irreverence towards Him. For it is ~ 13 2, 95 | since it ~implies greater irreverence for God, as stated.~Aquin.: 14 2, 96 | as ~witness. Now it is an irreverence to God to call Him to witness 15 2, 96 | because it ~is an act of irreverence towards God. Therefore it 16 2, 97 | things are treated with irreverence. We shall consider (1) ~ 17 2, 97 | Therefore whatever pertains to irreverence ~for sacred things is an 18 2, 97 | term, whatever ~savors of irreverence for the sovereign, such 19 2, 97 | authority over it, is an irreverence for a ~sacred thing, and 20 2, 97 | Violation here means any kind of irreverence or dishonor. ~Now as "honor 21 2, 97 | Ethic. i, 5), so again irreverence is in the person who behaves ~ 22 2, 97 | harm to the object of his irreverence. ~Hence, so far he is concerned, 23 2, 98 | and ~divine things with irreverence, and consequently commits 24 3, 64 | since this sin pertains to irreverence towards God and ~the contamination 25 3, 74 | who does so, sins from ~irreverence towards the sacrament. And


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