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641 honor
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636 worship
634 vice
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 67 | would have paid them Divine worship, since they were ~prone 2 1, 67 | since they were ~prone to worship as gods even the sun, moon, 3 1, 68 | would have paid them Divine worship, since they were ~prone 4 1, 68 | since they were ~prone to worship as gods even the sun, moon, 5 2, 68 | is the Father of all, the worship of God is also called piety, ~ 6 2, 98 | withdrawing ~men from idolatrous worship, it enclosed [concludebat] 7 2, 98 | concludebat] them in the ~worship of one God, by Whom the 8 2, 98 | remained faithful to the worship of one God, while the others 9 2, 98 | people were bound to the worship ~of God, the greater their 10 2, 99 | to refer ~to the Divine worship. But Divine worship is the 11 2, 99 | Divine worship. But Divine worship is the act of a virtue, 12 2, 99 | De Invent. ii) "offers worship and ~ceremony to the Godhead." 13 2, 99 | anything ~relating to Divine worship except as affecting the 14 2, 99 | to belong to the Divine worship. This ~worship is called " 15 2, 99 | the Divine worship. This ~worship is called "ceremony" [the 16 2, 99 | Latins, to signify the Divine worship, being derived from a town 17 2, 99 | which refer to the Divine worship ~are specially called ceremonial.~ 18 2, 99 | extend also to the Divine worship: and therefore ~the Old 19 2, 99 | natural law. Wherefore to worship God, since ~it is an act 20 2, 99 | universal principle about Divine worship is effected ~by the ceremonial 21 2, 99 | determinations of the Divine worship; ~and "judicial" precepts, 22 2, 100 | distinguished from one another. For worship is a virtue distinct from ~ 23 2, 100 | thing," etc. belongs to worship. Therefore these ~are not 24 2, 100 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Worship is merely a declaration 25 2, 100 | wherefore the ~precepts about worship should not be reckoned as 26 2, 100 | precepts should be given about worship rather ~than about faith, 27 2, 100 | observance pertained to the ~worship of God, so also did the 28 2, 100 | the decalogue forbids the ~worship of strange gods: and to 29 2, 100 | forbidding ~things relating to worship of idols: thus it is written ( 30 2, 100 | as they aimed at offering worship to ~God; whereas taken individually 31 2, 101 | their ~pertaining to the worship of God?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 32 2, 101 | their pertaining to the worship of God. Because, in the 33 2, 101 | no way to pertain to the ~worship of God. Therefore the nature 34 2, 101 | their pertaining to Divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 35 2, 101 | solemnities pertain to the worship of God. Therefore it does 36 2, 101 | pertaining to ~the Divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 37 2, 101 | those that pertain to the worship of God. Therefore not only 38 2, 101 | which pertain to Divine worship are called ceremonial.~Aquin.: 39 2, 101 | things pertaining to the worship of God; ~such as the observance 40 2, 101 | those which pertain ~to the worship of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 41 2, 101 | directed to God by the ~worship due to Him. Wherefore those 42 2, 101 | which pertain to the Divine worship. The reason for their ~being 43 2, 101 | Reply OBJ 1: The Divine worship includes not only sacrifices 44 2, 101 | worshippers are duly prepared to worship Him: thus too in ~other 45 2, 101 | fitting them for the Divine worship: just as those who administer 46 2, 101 | pertaining to the Divine worship ~were more carefully observed 47 2, 101 | those which refer to Divine worship are called ceremonial ~precepts.~ 48 2, 101 | referring to the Divine worship ~must needs be figurative, 49 2, 101 | whatever is done for the worship of God, should be ~entirely 50 2, 101 | should not be ~done for the worship of God. But the ceremonial 51 2, 101 | ordained to ~the Divine worship, as stated above (A[1]). 52 2, 101 | which refer to the Divine worship, should not be ~figurative.~ 53 2, 101 | those which refer to the worship of God. Now the Divine ~ 54 2, 101 | of God. Now the Divine ~worship is twofold: internal, and 55 2, 101 | should be applied to the worship of God; the ~soul by an 56 2, 101 | the ~soul by an interior worship; the body by an outward 57 2, 101 | the body by an outward worship: hence it is ~written (Ps. 58 2, 101 | the soul, so the outward ~worship is ordained to the internal 59 2, 101 | ordained to the internal worship. Now interior worship ~consists 60 2, 101 | internal worship. Now interior worship ~consists in the soul being 61 2, 101 | various ways to the Divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 62 2, 101 | Wherefore the external worship will not consist ~in anything 63 2, 101 | 8). Hence the external ~worship of the Old Law needed to 64 2, 101 | speaking there of internal worship; to which, ~however, external 65 2, 101 | which, ~however, external worship should be ordained, as stated 66 2, 101 | perfectly the spiritual worship of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 67 2, 101 | 2), are ordained to the worship of God, and to the foreshadowing ~ 68 2, 101 | the outward and ~bodily worship of God, as stated above ( 69 2, 101 | have ~lessened this bodily worship: since it directed men to 70 2, 101 | Christ, Who taught ~them to worship God "in spirit and in truth," 71 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts from the worship of idols to the ~worship 72 2, 101 | worship of idols to the ~worship of God. And since men served 73 2, 101 | their duties to the Divine worship, they might ~have no time 74 2, 101 | Old Law lessened bodily worship in many ways. Thus it ~forbade 75 2, 101 | the lessening of bodily worship; as ~Rabbi Moses, the Egyptian 76 2, 101 | to attenuate the bodily worship of God so much as to allow ~ 77 2, 101 | men to fall away into the worship of idols.~Aquin.: SMT FS 78 2, 101 | precepts were ordained to the worship of God, as stated ~above ( 79 2, 101 | ordained to the Divine worship. Now in this worship we 80 2, 101 | Divine worship. Now in this worship we may consider the ~worship 81 2, 101 | worship we may consider the ~worship itself, the worshippers, 82 2, 101 | and the instruments of worship. The ~worship consists specially 83 2, 101 | instruments of worship. The ~worship consists specially in "sacrifices," 84 2, 101 | God. The instruments of worship refer to the "sacred things," 85 2, 101 | preparation for ~Divine worship, which is effected by a 86 2, 101 | distinguished from those who do not worship God: and to this pertain 87 2, 101 | all this pertained to the ~worship of God. Wherefore just as 88 2, 101 | dedicated to the Divine ~worship, and yet were not sacrifices 89 2, 101 | immediate connection with the ~worship of God, such as the tabernacle 90 2, 102 | were ordained to the Divine worship, for ~that particular time, 91 2, 102 | in respect of the Divine worship which was to ~be observed 92 2, 102 | were intended ~for Divine worship; and a figurative or mystical 93 2, 102 | intended for the ~divine worship, the causes of the sacrifices 94 2, 102 | should be ~set up for the worship of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 95 2, 102 | should lead ~man to the worship of God. But an increase 96 2, 102 | But an increase of divine worship requires ~multiplication 97 2, 102 | temple was ordained to the worship of ~God. But in God we should 98 2, 102 | God. But in God we should worship above all His unity and 99 2, 102 | tabernacle was set up for the worship of God. Therefore ~it should 100 2, 102 | purpose of the whole external worship is that ~man may give worship 101 2, 102 | worship is that ~man may give worship to God. Now man's tendency 102 2, 102 | appointed for the divine ~worship, so that thereby the soul 103 2, 102 | matters pertaining to the ~worship of God. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 104 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 1: The divine worship regards two things: namely, 105 2, 102 | worshipped; and men, who worship Him. Accordingly God, Who 106 2, 102 | be set up. But men, who worship Him, are ~corporeal beings: 107 2, 102 | temple to be set up for the worship of God, for two reasons. 108 2, 102 | place was set aside for the worship of God, they might approach 109 2, 102 | place were chosen for the worship of God. Hence it is written ( 110 2, 102 | was employed for divine worship, no place being as yet fixed ~ 111 2, 102 | being as yet fixed ~for the worship of God. This is the literal 112 2, 102 | order to show that bodily worship is not acceptable ~of itself: 113 2, 102 | and ~everywhere. But the worship of the New Law, in the sacrifice 114 2, 102 | that regarded the spiritual worship of God, ~consisting in the 115 2, 102 | together for ~the divine worship. Thus our church takes the 116 2, 102 | from which we arise to the worship of God. Now the ~tabernacle 117 2, 102 | tabernacle being ordained to the worship of God. ~Because the different 118 2, 102 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Worship towards the west was introduced 119 2, 102 | connection ~with the divine worship. And because, as already 120 2, 102 | prevent their receiving ~worship from those who had been 121 2, 102 | who had been commanded to worship but one God. ~Moreover there 122 2, 102 | exclusion of idolatrous worship: for the Gentiles ~placed 123 2, 102 | detestation of idolatrous worship: for the Gentiles made their ~ 124 2, 102 | as it were, to the divine worship by this consecration. The ~ 125 2, 102 | full ~moon, to avoid the worship of idolaters who used to 126 2, 102 | necessary for the divine worship: and it signified the uniting 127 2, 102 | for the ~purpose of divine worship should not be like the observances 128 2, 102 | things which are done for the worship of God ~should be marked 129 2, 102 | way, to depute them to the worship of God. ~Now the worship 130 2, 102 | worship of God. ~Now the worship of God belonged in a general 131 2, 102 | the ~ministers of divine worship. Consequently, in these 132 2, 102 | that pertain to divine worship. And thus, as to the people, 133 2, 102 | all impediments to divine worship, viz. ~of uncleannesses. 134 2, 102 | they were ordained to the worship of God for the time being, 135 2, 102 | have been to revile the ~worship of Venus and Priapus, which 136 2, 102 | impediments to the divine worship: which ~worship is twofold; 137 2, 102 | the divine worship: which ~worship is twofold; viz. spiritual, 138 2, 102 | hindered in the spiritual worship by sins, whereby men were 139 2, 102 | impediments to external worship consisted in certain bodily ~ 140 2, 102 | that belong to the divine worship: both because men are not ~ 141 2, 102 | things belonging to the ~worship of God, so that when they 142 2, 102 | was to ~avoid idolatrous worship: because in their sacrificial 143 2, 102 | society of men and to the worship of God. It happened sometimes, 144 2, 102 | society of men and to the worship of God, to wit, after seven 145 2, 102 | he was admitted to divine worship, and was restored to ~the 146 2, 102 | circumcision to ~the divine worship, so were the ministers by 147 2, 102 | ministry of ~the divine worship. And all that was done touching 148 2, 102 | reverence for the divine worship: and this in two ~ways; 149 2, 102 | first, by excluding from the worship of God whatever might be 150 2, 102 | introducing into the divine worship all ~that seemed to savor 151 2, 102 | specially ~chosen for the worship of God, and among them the 152 2, 102 | are ~applied to the divine worship, need to be marked in some 153 2, 102 | that they be worthy of the worship of God; so too in that people' 154 2, 102 | things befitting the divine worship, whether spiritual or ~corporal. 155 2, 102 | spiritual or ~corporal. Now the worship prescribed by the Law foreshadowed 156 2, 102 | their fittingness to the worship of God; ~secondly, according 157 2, 102 | First, to avoid idolatrous worship. Because ~the Gentiles, 158 2, 102 | materials. Moreover in the worship of Mars, women put on men' 159 2, 102 | while, conversely, in the worship of Venus men donned women' 160 2, 102 | the ~customs of idolatrous worship, the Lord commanded that 161 2, 103 | for a double purpose; the ~worship of God, and the foreshadowing 162 2, 103 | worships God ~must needs worship Him by means of certain 163 2, 103 | pertaining to ~external worship. But the fixing of the divine 164 2, 103 | the fixing of the divine worship belongs to the ~ceremonies; 165 2, 103 | devotion of those ~that worship God. Since, however, even 166 2, 103 | private law, prompted them to worship God in a ~certain definite 167 2, 103 | keeping with the interior ~worship, and a suitable token of 168 2, 103 | for the purpose of divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 169 2, 103 | things relating to the divine worship regard the soul ~rather 170 2, 103 | a man ~unfit for divine worship; thus a leper, or anyone 171 2, 103 | appoint them to the divine worship, and ~to remove impediments 172 2, 103 | they were ordained to the worship of God, besides the fact 173 2, 103 | Law were ordained ~to the worship of God as stated above ( 174 2, 103 | AA[1],2). Now external ~worship should be in proportion 175 2, 103 | proportion to the internal worship, which consists ~in faith, 176 2, 103 | charity. Consequently exterior worship had to be ~subject to variations 177 2, 103 | variations in the internal ~worship, in which a threefold state 178 2, 103 | Another state of interior ~worship is that in which we have 179 2, 103 | then, nothing in regard to worship of God ~will be figurative; 180 2, 103 | with the state of divine worship for that particular time, ~ 181 2, 103 | ceremonies refer to the divine worship, which was founded on faith 182 2, 103 | was to come, both ~that worship ceased, and all the reasons 183 2, 103 | in which the ~interior worship of God consists. Now man 184 2, 104 | offer sacrifices to Him and worship Him. Because men ~are ordained 185 2, 104 | some fitness for the divine worship. On the other hand, man 186 2, 104 | which relate to the divine worship had to ~be taught under 187 2, 104 | something relating to the worship of God and ~the mystery 188 2, 104 | it was referred to the worship of God, it was above reason: 189 2, 105 | reverence for the divine worship. Hence it ~was necessary 190 2, 105 | the ceremonies of divine worship; and the chief judge ~of 191 2, 105 | their fellowship and mode of worship. With regard to these a ~ 192 2, 105 | men of no nation from the worship of ~God and from things 193 2, 105 | Jews, where the ~divine worship was continued through carnal 194 2, 108 | their relation to the divine worship, belongs to the ceremonial ~ 195 2, 108 | clear that the entire bodily worship ~which was fixed by the 196 2, 108 | be changed into spiritual worship: as ~is evident from Jn. 197 2, 108 | whatever a man does ~for the worship of God, comes under the 198 2, 114 | only to ourselves, by our worship of Him. ~Hence we merit 199 2, 12 | himself circumcised, or ~to worship at the tomb of Mahomet, 200 2, 28 | of the virtues. For the ~worship of God seems a most virtuous 201 2, 28 | is preferred before ~the worship of God, according to Osee 202 2, 28 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We worship God by external sacrifices 203 2, 37 | and practises the same worship, as ~others, and takes pleasure 204 2, 42 | those which pertain to the worship ~of God: and these three 205 2, 43 | piety which pertains to the worship of God is a ~manifestation 206 2, 43 | because if a ~man fear and worship God, this shows that he 207 2, 62 | Now the very God whom we worship puts ~evildoers to death, 208 2, 62 | thousand men ~on account of the worship of the calf (Ex. 32), the 209 2, 78 | and ceremonial rites or ~worship to "some superior nature 210 2, 78 | Eusebeia} [piety] means ~"good worship" and consequently is the 211 2, 79 | is a question of Divine ~worship, so that we be able to say 212 2, 79 | is ~nothing else but the worship of God." Therefore religion 213 2, 79 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, worship belongs to religion. Now 214 2, 79 | religion. Now man is said to worship ~not only God, but also 215 2, 79 | Cato, Breves Sententiae], "Worship thy parents." Therefore ~ 216 2, 79 | things which pertain to the ~worship of God," so that religion 217 2, 79 | things which belong to Divine worship because we ought ~frequently 218 2, 79 | denote, not any ~kind of worship, but the worship of God."~ 219 2, 79 | kind of worship, but the worship of God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 220 2, 79 | Reply OBJ 4: We are said to worship those whom we honor, and 221 2, 79 | word 'colere' stands for 'worship' and ~'cultivate']: a man' 222 2, 79 | is due a special kind of ~worship, which in Greek is {Eusebeia} 223 2, 79 | given to all in ~general who worship God, yet in a special way 224 2, 79 | whole life to the Divine worship, by withdrawing from ~human 225 2, 79 | religion "to offer ceremonial worship ~to the Godhead" [*Cf. A[ 226 2, 79 | religion, for ~instance to worship, to serve, to vow, to pray, 227 2, 79 | serves and worships God, for ~worship regards the excellence of 228 2, 79 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The worship of religion is paid to images, 229 2, 79 | the fact that religious worship ~is paid to the images of 230 2, 79 | belongs to religion to ~pay worship to God. Therefore religion 231 2, 79 | too little. for one cannot worship God too much, according 232 2, 79 | A[4]) religion pays due worship to God. ~Hence two things 233 2, 79 | it ~offers to God, viz. worship, and this is by way of matter 234 2, 79 | offered, viz. God, to Whom ~worship is paid. And yet the acts 235 2, 79 | Body Para. 2/2~Now due worship is paid to God, in so far 236 2, 79 | pertaining to the Divine ~worship, not as regards the circumstance 237 2, 79 | circumstances, as when Divine worship is paid to whom it is not ~ 238 2, 79 | it would ~seem wrong to worship God with bodily actions. 239 2, 79 | Wherefore in the Divine worship it is necessary ~to make 240 2, 79 | directly intended in the worship of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 241 2, 79 | are applied to the Divine worship; so that not only ~men, 242 2, 79 | through being applied to the worship of God. For purity is ~necessary 243 2, 79 | specially to the Divine worship, ~such as sacrifices, oblations, 244 2, 79 | disposes himself to the worship of God~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 245 2, 80 | do what pertains to the worship or service of God, belongs ~ 246 2, 80 | certain works of Divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[82] A[ 247 2, 81 | is useless to pray and to worship God at ~all: of these it 248 2, 81 | things pertaining to the worship of God. All these ~opinions 249 2, 81 | religion that one "offers worship ~end ceremonial rites to 250 2, 81 | alone do we offer religious worship when praying, ~from Whom 251 2, 81 | matters concerning Divine worship, according to Ex. ~19:21: " 252 2, 82 | latria or religion. ~The worship of religion is due to God 253 2, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the worship of religion is due to God 254 2, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the worship of one same religion is 255 2, 82 | Many tokens of ~Divine worship are employed in doing honor 256 2, 82 | says: "Thou shalt neither worship them in mind, nor adore ~ 257 2, 83 | the ministers of Divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 258 2, 83 | directed to the Divine worship, not only for themselves 259 2, 84 | things offered for the Divine worship, so that if a ~thing be 260 2, 84 | offered to be destroyed in worship of God, as though it were ~ 261 2, 84 | and being deputed to the worship of God or to the use of ~ 262 2, 84 | appertaining to the Divine worship, ~partly on things touching 263 2, 85 | who minister ~the divine worship for the welfare of the whole 264 2, 85 | the ministers of divine worship does ~not belong to the 265 2, 85 | ministry of the divine ~worship was not entrusted to any 266 2, 85 | ministers of the divine worship: but when they met with 267 2, 85 | the purpose of the divine worship, ~for instance for the fulfilling 268 2, 85 | connected with the divine ~worship than tithes which are offered 269 2, 86 | giving Him a ~special form of worship to which he was not bound, 270 2, 86 | to ~religion to offer God worship and ceremonial rites. But 271 2, 86 | OBJ 3: Further, religious worship should be offered to none 272 2, 86 | The Egyptians) shall ~worship Him with sacrifices and 273 2, 86 | perform them." Now, the worship of God is properly the act 274 2, 86 | of the thing vowed to the worship or ~service of God. And 275 2, 86 | they belong to the divine worship, being like sacrifices to 276 2, 86 | were, ~dedicated to the worship of God: and for this reason 277 2, 87 | belongs to religion to give worship to God, as Tully ~says ( 278 2, 87 | above (A[4]). ~But religious worship is not due to any creature, 279 2, 87 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Religious worship is shown to one whose testimony 280 2, 87 | not swear." But religious worship is not given to ~creatures 281 2, 89 | praise is part of divine worship, for it is an ~act of religion. 282 2, 89 | employ nothing in ~the divine worship, save what is delivered 283 2, 90 | with religion in giving worship ~to God; secondly, we shall 284 2, 90 | things that ~pertain to the worship of God. The former come 285 2, 90 | accordance with true ~religious worship. Therefore superstition 286 2, 90 | strikest the first chord in the worship of one God, and the beast 287 2, 90 | superstition hath fallen." Now the worship of one God belongs to ~religion. 288 2, 90 | offers more to the divine worship than true religion, but 289 2, 90 | because ~it offers divine worship either to whom it ought 290 2, 90 | something may be done in divine worship ~that ought not to be done.~ 291 2, 90 | object. For the divine ~worship may be given either to whom 292 2, 90 | the various ends of divine worship. For ~the end of divine 293 2, 90 | For ~the end of divine worship is in the first place to 294 2, 90 | Thirdly, the end of ~divine worship is a certain direction of 295 2, 90 | of God the object of that worship: and to this must be referred ~ 296 2, 90 | religion is nothing else than worship given to God in ~an undue 297 2, 90 | time of grace, to ~wish to worship God according to the rite 298 2, 91 | SUPERSTITION CONSISTING IN UNDUE WORSHIP OF THE TRUE GOD (TWO ARTICLES)~ 299 2, 91 | consists in giving undue worship to the true God; ~(2) Of 300 2, 91 | anything pernicious in the worship of the true ~God?~(2) Whether 301 2, 91 | anything pernicious in the worship of the true God? ~Aquin.: 302 2, 91 | anything pernicious in the ~worship of the true God. It is written ( 303 2, 91 | His name. Therefore all worship of God is conducive to ~ 304 2, 91 | vow to a special kind of worship, as ~related in Genesis 305 2, 91 | 28. Therefore now also no worship of God is pernicious.~Aquin.: 306 2, 91 | various rites of divine worship: wherefore Gregory, ~replying 307 2, 91 | observances belonged to the ~worship of God. Therefore there 308 2, 91 | something deadly in the divine ~worship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[93] A[ 309 2, 91 | by deed that the outward ~worship of religion consists, as 310 2, 91 | is signified by outward worship, this worship will be ~pernicious.~ 311 2, 91 | by outward worship, this worship will be ~pernicious.~Aquin.: 312 2, 91 | thing signified, through the worship signifying something ~discordant 313 2, 91 | place, falsehood ~in outward worship occurs on the part of the 314 2, 91 | and especially in ~common worship which is offered by ministers 315 2, 91 | part of the ~Church, gives worship to God contrary to the manner 316 2, 91 | truth, to invoke God is to worship Him in ~spirit and truth, 317 2, 91 | according to Jn. 4:23. Hence a worship that contains ~falsehood, 318 2, 91 | the Church in the divine worship are ~in no way contrary 319 2, 91 | can be any excess in the worship of God?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 320 2, 91 | cannot be excess in the worship of God. ~It is written ( 321 2, 91 | exceed." Now the divine worship is directed to the ~glorification 322 2, 91 | OBJ 2: Further, outward worship is a profession of inward 323 2, 91 | is a profession of inward worship, ~"whereby God is worshiped 324 2, 91 | therefore, can there be in the worship of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 325 2, 91 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to worship God consists in offering 326 2, 91 | no ~excess in the divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[93] A[ 327 2, 91 | Holy Writ teaches us to worship God. Therefore there can 328 2, 91 | reason of excess even in the worship of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 329 2, 91 | cannot be excess in ~the worship of God, because whatever 330 2, 91 | Now the end of divine ~worship is that man may give glory 331 2, 91 | excessive in the divine worship, provided it ~be in accordance 332 2, 91 | connection ~with the internal worship of God. Hence Augustine ( 333 2, 92 | speak univocally of the worship of ~false gods, which is 334 2, 92 | called idolatry, and of the worship of the true God, ~which 335 2, 92 | should rather be named "worship of creatures."~Aquin.: SMT 336 2, 92 | exceed the due mode of divine worship, and this is done chiefly 337 2, 92 | done chiefly when ~divine worship is given to whom it should 338 2, 92 | is superstition to give ~worship to any creature whatsoever.~ 339 2, 92 | Now just as this divine worship was given to sensible creatures 340 2, 92 | called an "idol." Yet divine worship was given to idols in various 341 2, 92 | consequently that ~divine worship was due to them. This was 342 2, 92 | while others gave divine worship not to the images, but to ~ 343 2, 92 | they thought that divine worship ought to be given to the ~ 344 2, 92 | all these they gave divine worship, as Augustine relates (De ~ 345 2, 92 | the other, relating to the worship of men, was said to ~belong 346 2, 92 | idols, or for giving Divine worship to ~a creature or any part 347 2, 92 | of unbelief by external ~worship. Such a confession is signified 348 2, 92 | human act pertaining to the worship of God: and then its ~signification 349 2, 92 | essential thereto that divine worship be given to whom it ought 350 2, 92 | was used to signify any worship of a creature, even without ~ 351 2, 92 | employs ~images for the divine worship: since both in the Tabernacle 352 2, 92 | set up which the faithful worship. Therefore idolatry, whereby ~ 353 2, 92 | to pay them reverence by worship, of sacrifices or the like.~ 354 2, 92 | honored with an inward ~worship, according to Jn. 4:24, " 355 2, 92 | Now a man may happen to worship ~idols outwardly, and yet 356 2, 92 | Therefore it seems that we may worship idols outwardly without 357 2, 92 | prejudice ~to the divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 358 2, 92 | Therefore it is a sin ~to worship idols whether outwardly 359 2, 92 | manner: and this is the ~worship of latria.~Aquin.: SMT SS 360 2, 92 | Others held that the outward worship of latria should be given 361 2, 92 | as to ~remember that our worship ss in accordance with custom 362 2, 92 | time of persecution to worship idols outwardly so long 363 2, 92 | false. For since outward worship is a sign of the ~inward 364 2, 92 | is a sign of the ~inward worship, just as it is a wicked 365 2, 92 | falsehood to ~pay outward worship to anything counter to the 366 2, 92 | Dei vi, 10) in that "his ~worship of idols was so much the 367 2, 92 | are images set up that the worship of latria may ~be paid to 368 2, 92 | viii, 10). But interior worship, which ~consists of faith, 369 2, 92 | is better than external worship. ~Therefore unbelief, despair 370 2, 92 | are opposed to ~internal worship, are graver sins than idolatry, 371 2, 92 | is opposed to ~external worship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 372 2, 92 | faith, than by giving God's worship to another, which ~pertains 373 2, 92 | likeness to them since you worship many gods: and yet ~you 374 2, 92 | than they are, for they worship things that exist, but ~ 375 2, 92 | worshiped as gods, whereas you worship things that exist ~not at 376 2, 92 | sin almost equal to the worship of idols, ~to which they 377 2, 92 | and to this it adds ~undue worship. But in a case of external 378 2, 92 | their belief in one God and ~worship Him alone.~Aquin.: SMT SS 379 2, 92 | one God, and that divine ~worship should not be paid to the 380 2, 92 | according to Wis. 14:27, ~"the worship of abominable idols is the 381 2, 92 | related to have forced men to worship fire, or by Ninus, ~who 382 2, 92 | died as a man he began to worship as a god." The same passage ~ 383 2, 92 | craftsman, he gave them divine worship; ~hence it is written (Wis. 384 2, 92 | excellence men gave ~divine worship to certain creatures, on 385 2, 92 | sins were employed in the worship of idols; such as ~homicides, 386 2, 93 | just as religion is due worship, so is superstition ~undue 387 2, 93 | so is superstition ~undue worship. But divination does not 388 2, 93 | seem to pertain to undue worship. ~Therefore it does not 389 2, 93 | superstition denotes ~undue divine worship. Now a thing pertains to 390 2, 93 | a thing pertains to the worship of God in two ~ways: in 391 2, 93 | divination pertains to the worship of the ~demons, inasmuch 392 2, 97 | being deputed to the divine worship. Now just ~as a thing acquires 393 2, 97 | being deputed to ~the divine worship, and thus a certain reverence 394 2, 97 | consecrated to the divine worship, but also to sacred places 395 2, 99 | properly speaking, the worship of God, which the Greeks 396 2, 99 | term {eusebeia}. But the worship of God does not denote relation 397 2, 99 | belongs to religion to give worship to God, so ~does it belong 398 2, 99 | the second place, to give worship to one's ~parents and one' 399 2, 99 | A[1] Body Para. 2/2~The worship due to our parents includes 400 2, 99 | our parents includes the worship given to all our ~kindred, 401 2, 99 | Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 12). The worship given to our ~country includes 402 2, 99 | the lesser: wherefore the worship due ~to God includes the 403 2, 99 | due ~to God includes the worship due to our parents as a 404 2, 99 | extends also to the divine worship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 405 2, 99 | proper to religion to give worship to God. But ~piety also 406 2, 99 | God. But ~piety also gives worship to God, according to Augustine ( 407 2, 99 | whereby we give our country worship and duty, ~seems to be the 408 2, 99 | Hence religion, which ~gives worship to God, is a distinct virtue 409 2, 99 | excellence, piety ~designates the worship of God, even as God, by 410 2, 99 | excellence. Now just as we ~worship our parents by paying them 411 2, 99 | duties of piety so do we worship ~God by religion. Therefore 412 2, 99 | omitted for the ~sake of the worship of religion.~Aquin.: SMT 413 2, 99 | that man should tend to worship his ~father rather than 414 2, 99 | 2/2 ~Accordingly, if the worship of one's parents take one 415 2, 99 | take one away from the ~worship of God it would no longer 416 2, 99 | be an act of piety to pay worship to ~one's parents to the 417 2, 99 | omitted for the sake of the worship religion gives to God. If, ~ 418 2, 100 | by observance that we pay worship and honor to those who excel 419 2, 100 | some kind of dignity." But worship and ~honor are paid also 420 2, 100 | Further, just as honor and worship are due to those that are 421 2, 100 | whereby we pay honor and ~worship to those who excel in science 422 2, 100 | observance, ~whereby we pay worship and honor to those who excel 423 2, 100 | manner, religion, whereby worship is given to ~find piety, 424 2, 100 | find piety, whereby we worship our so under piety we find 425 2, 100 | find observance, ~whereby worship and honor are paid to persons 426 2, 100 | appointed ~for the payment of worship and honor to persons in 427 2, 100 | belongs to observance to pay worship and honor to those who ~ 428 2, 100 | belong to observance to pay worship and ~honor to persons in 429 2, 100 | Dei x), we are said to worship those persons whom we hold 430 2, 100 | hold in honor, ~so that worship and honor would seem to 431 2, 100 | define observance as paying worship and honor to persons in ~ 432 2, 100 | justice. Now we do ~not owe worship and honor to all persons 433 2, 100 | unfittingly ~defined as giving worship and honor to all.~Aquin.: 434 2, 100 | fittingly defined as paying worship and honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS 435 2, 100 | observance that we pay worship and honor to those who excel 436 2, 100 | government, there is due to him worship, consisting in ~rendering 437 2, 100 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Worship includes not only honor, 438 2, 100 | thus man owes honor and ~worship to those persons in positions 439 2, 100 | in this way that we owe worship and honor to persons in 440 2, 100 | For the ~prince to whom worship is paid by observance is 441 2, 100 | Therefore ~observance, whereby worship is paid to persons in positions 442 2, 100 | virtue than piety, which pays worship to one's kindred.~Aquin.: 443 2, 100 | but to piety, which pays worship not only to one's ~father 444 2, 100 | observance, inasmuch as it pays worship to persons more ~akin to 445 2, 100 | the common good, their worship does not pertain to observance, 446 2, 100 | The rendering of honor or worship should be proportionate ~ 447 2, 100 | kinship with them, to pay worship and honor to their parents 448 2, 101 | dulia, which pays honor and worship to those who are above ~ 449 2, 101 | homage that consists in the worship of God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 450 2, 102 | from reverence, which pays worship and ~honor to a superior, 451 2, 104 | whereby ~we pay God due worship, and piety, whereby we worship 452 2, 104 | worship, and piety, whereby we worship our parents, and ~observance, 453 2, 104 | observance, whereby we worship persons excelling in dignity, 454 2, 109 | pretending that he desired to worship idols, should teach us that ~ 455 2, 109 | his zeal in destroying the worship of Baal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 456 2, 116 | immoderately for use, not for worship. ~Hence it does not follow 457 2, 119 | to piety to pay duty and worship to one's father, it follows ~ 458 2, 119 | Ghost's instigation, we pay worship and ~duty to God as our 459 2, 119 | piety that pays duty and worship to a father in the ~flesh 460 2, 119 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To pay worship to God as Creator, as religion 461 2, 119 | more ~excellent than to pay worship to one's father in the flesh, 462 2, 119 | virtue does. But to pay worship to God as Father is yet 463 2, 119 | more ~excellent than to pay worship to God as Creator and Lord. 464 2, 119 | piety man pays duty and worship not ~only to his father 465 2, 119 | the gift of piety he pays ~worship and duty not only to God, 466 2, 120 | precept of the Law ~the worship of false gods is excluded.~ 467 2, 120 | using ~images: and this worship is first forbidden by the 468 2, 120 | gods." Among others the worship of false gods was observed ~ 469 2, 120 | graven ~thing," as also the worship of those same images, by 470 2, 120 | acknowledging God so as to worship Him: ~and when a man's mind 471 2, 120 | engrossed in some undue worship, he cannot at the same time 472 2, 120 | at the same time give due worship to God, according to Is. 473 2, 120 | acknowledge God with a view to worship, before honoring Him we ~ 474 2, 120 | belongs to religion to give worship to God: and ~just as the 475 2, 120 | scriptures teach the interior worship under the guise ~of certain 476 2, 120 | similitudes, so is external worship given to God ~under the 477 2, 120 | induced to pay interior worship, consisting in prayer and 478 2, 120 | respecting the exterior worship that consists in sensible ~ 479 2, 120 | decalogue describes the exterior worship of God as the sign of a ~ 480 2, 120 | are applied to the Divine worship. The other thing is ~cessation 481 2, 120 | in this way the ~work of worship, which pertains to the service 482 2, 120 | pertaining to the spiritual worship of God, ~are said to be 483 2, 120 | OBJ 2: Further, piety pays worship not only to one's parents, 484 2, 122 | no connection with the ~worship of the Godhead: hence it 485 2, 129 | very solemnity of outward worship is a kind of honor, ~wherefore 486 2, 129 | does not regard outward ~worship, except in so far as this 487 2, 152 | by being directed to ~the worship of God, becomes an act of 488 2, 152 | something pertaining to the worship of God, belongs to the ~ 489 2, 152 | injurious to the Divine worship. Therefore sacrilege is 490 2, 159 | with all acts of religious ~worship. Therefore, by humility, 491 2, 159 | God alone do we owe ~the worship of latria. ~Aquin.: SMT 492 2, 165 | wisdom strive to destroy the worship of ~God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 493 2, 167 | office or of the Divine worship: wherefore this is not sinful 494 2, 167 | pertaining to ~idolatrous worship. But in the case of an art 495 2, 170 | especially in relation to Divine worship; since for this nature ~ 496 2, 172 | while all persevered in the worship of one God. A less ~excellent 497 2, 174 | were to be recalled to ~the worship of one God a remedy to this 498 2, 183 | those that concern the ~worship of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 499 2, 183 | but also to the divine worship and the ~needs of its ministers. 500 2, 183 | for the ecclesiastical worship, and if the bishop keeps


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