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1 1, 21 | When Thou dost punish the wicked, it is just, since it agrees 2 1, 21 | when Thou dost spare the wicked, it is also just; ~since 3 1, 21 | as the damnation of the wicked. Hence it ~is said: "Judgment 4 1, 22 | particularly in ~reference to the wicked: "I let them go according 5 1, 22 | excellent way than over the wicked; inasmuch as He prevents ~ 6 1, 22 | He does not restrain the wicked from the evil of sin, He 7 1, 36 | against the spiritual wicked gostes of the ayre" ~(More, " 8 1, 58 | in ~comparison with the wicked, according to Eph. 5:8: " 9 1, 59 | both to the good and to the wicked ~angels. Therefore there 10 1, 60 | love be stripped from the wicked angels, without their still ~ 11 1, 61 | how ~some of them became wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] Out. 12 1, 63 | the good coveted by the wicked angel, except inasmuch as 13 1, 63 | any demons are naturally wicked?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 14 1, 63 | some demons are naturally wicked. For Porphyry ~says, as 15 1, 63 | some demons are ~naturally wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 16 1, 63 | some ~men are naturally wicked, of whom it is said (Ws. 17 1, 63 | angels may be naturally wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 18 1, 63 | irrational animals have wicked dispositions by ~nature: 19 1, 63 | creatures, they may be naturally wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 20 1, 63 | demons are not ~naturally wicked."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 21 1, 63 | 1~Whether the devil was wicked by the fault of his own 22 1, 63 | seem that the devil was wicked by the fault of his own ~ 23 1, 63 | maintained that the demons were wicked ~straightway in the first 24 1, 63 | sinful act is the being wicked. It seems, then, an ~impossibility 25 1, 63 | for the angel to have been wicked in the first instant of ~ 26 1, 63 | said that the devil ~was wicked in the first instant of 27 1, 63 | instant in which he ~was not wicked. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 28 1, 63 | were set apart from the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 29 1, 63 | angels. But there are more wicked men to be found than good; ~ 30 1, 63 | with us to aid ~us, and the wicked spirits who are our foes.~ 31 1, 64 | declares that demons and wicked men ~shall be sent "into 32 1, 64 | confirmed therein; whereas the ~wicked ones, sinning, are obstinate 33 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 1: The good and wicked angels have free-will, but 34 1, 64 | demon's part is ~always wicked; because, although at times 35 1, 64 | desire naturally; and their wicked will is curbed in many respects.~ 36 1, 64 | brought about through the wicked spirits, lest they should 37 1, 64 | the judgment day all the wicked, both men and angels, will 38 1, 64 | judgment is passed ~upon wicked souls and wicked angels, 39 1, 64 | passed ~upon wicked souls and wicked angels, even as on good 40 1, 67 | spiritual darkness of the wicked, not as existing from the 41 1, 59 | in ~comparison with the wicked, according to Eph. 5:8: " 42 1, 60 | both to the good and to the wicked ~angels. Therefore there 43 1, 61 | love be stripped from the wicked angels, without their still ~ 44 1, 62 | how ~some of them became wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] Out. 45 1, 64 | the good coveted by the wicked angel, except inasmuch as 46 1, 64 | any demons are naturally wicked?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 47 1, 64 | some demons are naturally wicked. For Porphyry ~says, as 48 1, 64 | some demons are ~naturally wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 49 1, 64 | some ~men are naturally wicked, of whom it is said (Ws. 50 1, 64 | angels may be naturally wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 51 1, 64 | irrational animals have wicked dispositions by ~nature: 52 1, 64 | creatures, they may be naturally wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 53 1, 64 | demons are not ~naturally wicked."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 54 1, 64 | 1~Whether the devil was wicked by the fault of his own 55 1, 64 | seem that the devil was wicked by the fault of his own ~ 56 1, 64 | maintained that the demons were wicked ~straightway in the first 57 1, 64 | sinful act is the being wicked. It seems, then, an ~impossibility 58 1, 64 | for the angel to have been wicked in the first instant of ~ 59 1, 64 | said that the devil ~was wicked in the first instant of 60 1, 64 | instant in which he ~was not wicked. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 61 1, 64 | were set apart from the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 62 1, 64 | angels. But there are more wicked men to be found than good; ~ 63 1, 64 | with us to aid ~us, and the wicked spirits who are our foes.~ 64 1, 65 | declares that demons and wicked men ~shall be sent "into 65 1, 65 | confirmed therein; whereas the ~wicked ones, sinning, are obstinate 66 1, 65 | Reply OBJ 1: The good and wicked angels have free-will, but 67 1, 65 | demon's part is ~always wicked; because, although at times 68 1, 65 | desire naturally; and their wicked will is curbed in many respects.~ 69 1, 65 | brought about through the wicked spirits, lest they should 70 1, 65 | the judgment day all the wicked, both men and angels, will 71 1, 65 | judgment is passed ~upon wicked souls and wicked angels, 72 1, 65 | passed ~upon wicked souls and wicked angels, even as on good 73 1, 68 | spiritual darkness of the wicked, not as existing from the 74 1, 107 | and men, the other ~of the wicked." But if we consider the 75 1, 108 | justice. For it belongs to ~wicked men to be joined to and 76 1, 110 | the devil does ~not send wicked thoughts, but kindles them." 77 1, 113 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The wicked angels assail men in two 78 1, 117 | not death . . . ~but the wicked with works and words have 79 2, 18 | is neither virtuous nor wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] A[ 80 2, 21 | of his doings. Woe to the wicked ~unto evil; for the reward 81 2, 28 | zeal on occasion of ~the wicked." Therefore it should not 82 2, 34 | evil, and rejoice in most wicked things."~Aquin.: SMT FS 83 2, 38 | stated in Ethic. ix, 4, "the wicked man ~feels pain at having 84 2, 38 | OBJ 2: The pleasures of wicked men are not a cause of sorrow 85 2, 38 | is to say, in so far as wicked men ~repent of those things 86 2, 42 | dwell in the company of wicked men, lest he be ~led by 87 2, 61 | unworthy of praise, but wicked for a man to say that he 88 2, 61 | when necessity forbids is wicked; ~otherwise it is virtuous. 89 2, 65 | consequently cannot be in the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 90 2, 69 | Although sometimes the wicked do not undergo temporal ~ 91 2, 69 | Philosopher, too, says of the wicked (Ethic. ix, 4) that "their 92 2, 78 | evil, and rejoice in most wicked things": and this, ~because 93 2, 78 | hath ~struck them as being wicked, in open sight, who, as 94 2, 79 | Wis. ~14:9: "To God the wicked and his wickedness are hateful." 95 2, 79 | If thou say not ~to the wicked: 'Thou shalt surely die' [* 96 2, 79 | If, when I say to the ~wicked, 'Thou shalt surely die,' 97 2, 87 | Dial. iv, 44) that the "wicked ~would wish to live without 98 2, 87 | according to Prov. ~19:25: "The wicked man being scourged, the 99 2, 87 | it is written about the wicked ~(Ps. 72:5): "They are not 100 2, 87 | 21:7): "[Why then do] the wicked live, ~are [they] advanced, 101 2, 87 | holdest Thy peace, when the wicked man oppresseth [Vulg.: ' 102 2, 89 | 4) Whether a good or a wicked angel can sin venially?~( 103 2, 89 | 1/1~Whether a good or a wicked angel can sin venially?~ 104 2, 89 | It seems that a good or wicked angel can sin venially. 105 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, wicked angels seem to do things 106 2, 89 | them. On the other hand, ~wicked angels are moved to nothing 107 2, 93 | Woe to them that make ~wicked laws." Therefore not every 108 2, 93 | law ~is that by which the wicked deserve misery, the good, 109 2, 93 | extent destroyed, in ~the wicked; because in them the natural 110 2, 93 | according to it: whereas the wicked are subject to the ~eternal 111 2, 95 | punishment might prevent the wicked from doing harm." But these 112 2, 96 | Woe to them that make wicked laws, ~and when they write, 113 2, 96 | to ~the law, but only the wicked. Because coercion and violence 114 2, 96 | whereas ~the will of the wicked is discordant from it. Wherefore 115 2, 96 | to the law, but only the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 116 2, 96 | upon them as it does on the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 117 2, 99 | equally the good and the wicked. But as ~stated in Eccles. 118 2, 99 | to the just ~and to the wicked, to the good and the evil, 119 2, 102 | this was that "to God the ~wicked and his wickedness are hateful 120 2, 102 | but the bowels of ~the wicked are cruel." Consequently 121 2, 102 | Egyptians held it to be wicked to allow the ox to eat of 122 2, 105 | just, there is nothing wicked nor perverse in them."~Aquin.: 123 2, 107 | declared to them that every wicked ~impulse to hurt our brother 124 2, 114 | regard the good and the wicked alike; according ~to Eccles. 125 2, 114 | happen to the just and the wicked, to ~the good and to the 126 2, 114 | gives men, both just and wicked, enough temporal goods to ~ 127 2, 114 | imposed as a punishment on the wicked, ~inasmuch as they are not 128 2, 114 | equally to the good and the wicked, as ~regards the substance 129 2, 114 | since the good and not the wicked are led to beatitude by 130 2, 7 | evil, and to which it is wicked to wish to be equalled. 131 2, 10 | light," says that if ~"a wicked angel pretend to be a good 132 2, 10 | OBJ 3: He that believes a wicked angel to be a good one, 133 2, 10 | to ~decide whether a very wicked Catholic ought to be preferred 134 2, 12 | with ~the finger. With a wicked heart he deviseth evil, 135 2, 12 | an apostate . . ~. with a wicked heart deviseth evil, and . . . 136 2, 12 | blaspheme. Because some ~wicked men are deterred from blaspheming 137 2, 12 | are in hell ~retain their wicked will which is turned away 138 2, 12 | towards whatever their wicked will suggests to them.~Aquin.: 139 2, 13 | written (Prov. 18:3) that "the wicked man, when he is come into ~ 140 2, 18 | not death . . . but the wicked with works and words have 141 2, 24 | morning I put to death all the wicked of the land": ~and God commanded ( 142 2, 24 | desire ~evil things for the wicked, according to Ps. 9:18: " 143 2, 24 | according to Ps. 9:18: "May the wicked be ~turned into hell [*Douay 144 2, 24 | Douay and A. V.: 'The wicked shall be,' etc. See Reply ~ 145 2, 24 | that the sense is: "May the wicked be," that is, "The wicked ~ 146 2, 24 | wicked be," that is, "The wicked ~shall be, turned into hell." 147 2, 24 | in the destruction of the wicked [Vulg.: 'living']" ~when 148 2, 24 | way, it is proper to the wicked. For ~it is common to all 149 2, 24 | all men, both ~good and wicked, love themselves, in so 150 2, 24 | On the ~other hand, the wicked reckon their sensitive and 151 2, 24 | 5~On the other hand, the wicked have no wish to be preserved 152 2, 24 | it may be shown that the wicked love themselves, as ~regards 153 2, 24 | which is proper to the wicked, and reaches "to the contempt 154 2, 24 | passage quoted, because the wicked so desire external goods ~ 155 2, 24 | altogether forfeited by wicked ~men, yet it is perverted 156 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The wicked have some share of self-love, 157 2, 24 | possible in those who are very wicked.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 158 2, 25 | servants should be preferred to wicked children."~Aquin.: SMT SS 159 2, 28 | concord in evil between wicked men. But ~"there is no peace 160 2, 28 | there is no peace to the wicked" (Is. 48:22). Therefore 161 2, 28 | things. The peace of the wicked is not a true peace but 162 2, 28 | despise others, and think them wicked, so that they ~account them 163 2, 31 | and kindly men: ~when a wicked man rebukes anyone, his 164 2, 31 | to his father of a most ~wicked crime": and (Acts 5:4,9) 165 2, 32 | to do it, so ~is it more wicked to hate justice than, not 166 2, 32 | are just, there is nothing wicked nor perverse in them." ~ 167 2, 34 | Prov. 29:2): "When the wicked shall bear rule, the people 168 2, 34 | for I was envious of the wicked, when I saw the prosperity 169 2, 34 | zeal on occasion of the wicked, seeing the ~prosperity 170 2, 34 | I was ~envious of the wicked, when I saw the prosperity 171 2, 34 | zeal on occasion of the wicked, seeing the prosperity of ~ 172 2, 37 | from the tents of ~these wicked men," those, to wit, who 173 2, 38 | rendered unlawful through a wicked intention. ~Hence Augustine 174 2, 41 | good, since it would give wicked men an ~opportunity of plunder, 175 2, 41 | it were permissible for wicked men to rob other people ~ 176 2, 45 | Whether prudence is in the wicked?~(14) Whether prudence is 177 2, 45 | prudence is common to good and wicked men, especially that which 178 2, 45 | chief act, is only in the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 179 2, 48 | prudence may be also in wicked people, since many ~sinners 180 2, 49 | command can be even in the wicked. Since then virtue is ~only 181 2, 49 | it is ~in this that every wicked man errs. If therefore { 182 2, 49 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In wicked men there may be right judgment 183 2, 51 | 4:19): "The way of the wicked is ~darksome, they know 184 2, 53 | to Wis. 14:9, "To God the wicked and his wickedness are hateful 185 2, 55 | Woe to them that make wicked ~laws."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 186 2, 58 | through thinking well of a wicked man, than to err less frequently ~ 187 2, 58 | Woe to them ~that make wicked laws, and when they write, 188 2, 61 | honored although they be wicked, even as our parents, of 189 2, 61 | masters, ~though they be wicked, should be honored by their 190 2, 61 | prelates, although they ~be wicked, are honored as standing 191 2, 61 | accept the person of ~the wicked, to decline from the truth 192 2, 62 | the cockle which denotes ~wicked men according to a gloss. 193 2, 62 | desire not the death of the wicked, but ~that the wicked turn 194 2, 62 | the wicked, but ~that the wicked turn from his way and live." 195 2, 62 | I put to death all the ~wicked of the land."~Aquin.: SMT 196 2, 62 | good. This occurs when the ~wicked cannot be slain without 197 2, 62 | them, either ~because the wicked lie hidden among the good, 198 2, 62 | should rather allow the wicked to live, and that vengeance 199 2, 62 | death together with the wicked. When, however, the good 200 2, 62 | saved by the slaying of the wicked, then the ~latter may be 201 2, 62 | fall into the hands ~of the wicked, and to suffer abuses unbecoming 202 2, 64 | took the spoils of the ~wicked."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 203 2, 64 | theft. Now that which is wicked in itself may not be done 204 2, 64 | Further, shame is fear about a wicked deed, as stated in Ethic. ~ 205 2, 64 | Therefore theft ~is more wicked than robbery.~Aquin.: SMT 206 2, 65 | accuser and ~the judge of the wicked ancients (Dan. 13). Therefore 207 2, 66 | repent of ~having made a wicked accusation and inscription* 208 2, 66 | accusation, when anyone with wicked intent hinders a sin ~being 209 2, 67 | a like case, to ~resist wicked princes; except perhaps 210 2, 69 | they have extorted by a wicked excess, but ~not what has 211 2, 74 | what does not exist, and wicked to curse what ~exists." 212 2, 75 | since in reality ~this is wicked, it is in every man's power 213 2, 79 | because they were foolish and wicked.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 214 2, 81 | for others, if they are wicked, ~according to Jer. 7:16, " 215 2, 81 | inflicted by God on the wicked for their correction. ~Thirdly, 216 2, 86 | keeping his vow he was wicked." Yet it is premised (Judges 217 2, 87 | oath lacks truth, and a wicked or ~unlawful oath lacks 218 2, 89 | being praised makes the wicked ~proud, so does it incite 219 2, 91 | this ~matter, and it is wicked to disobey them.~Aquin.: 220 2, 92 | worship, just as it is a wicked lie to affirm the contrary 221 2, 92 | true faith so too is it a wicked falsehood to ~pay outward 222 2, 93 | speak the truth. For it is wicked, while we have the ~divine 223 2, 98 | their gift of prophecy. Wicked ~prophets, however, abused 224 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A wicked superior is honored for 225 2, 101 | for ~the demons, they are wicked beyond recall, and should 226 2, 101 | For it is written of the wicked (Wis. 2:22,23) that ~"they 227 2, 104 | being ~virtuous has become wicked, so that it would not seem 228 2, 104 | possible. But if he be so wicked as to be incurable, then 229 2, 105 | to parents, ungrateful, wicked." etc.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 230 2, 106 | we ought to bear with the wicked, for a gloss on Cant 2:2, " 231 2, 106 | that cannot bear with ~a wicked one." Therefore we should 232 2, 106 | not take vengeance on the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 233 2, 106 | who takes vengeance on the wicked in keeping with his ~rank 234 2, 106 | The good bear with the wicked by enduring patiently, and 235 2, 106 | overlook God's wrongs is most ~wicked."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] 236 2, 106 | their good deeds, so are the wicked ~punished for their evil 237 2, 106 | whereby the children of the wicked one are signified. Therefore 238 2, 106 | with it. But sometimes the ~wicked can be uprooted by death, 239 2, 106 | matters together with ~the wicked, for not having condemned 240 2, 109 | or lie, because he was a wicked man, since he ~departed 241 2, 109 | no one may pretend to be wicked, because no ~one pretends 242 2, 109 | because no ~one pretends to be wicked by doing good deeds, and 243 2, 109 | scandal; and although he is wicked on this ~account, yet his 244 2, 116 | 10:9): "Nothing is more wicked than a covetous man," and ~ 245 2, 116 | continues: "There is not a more wicked thing than to love ~money: 246 2, 120 | superstition." But there are many wicked ~superstitions besides idolatry, 247 2, 127 | save the consciousness of a wicked life."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 248 2, 128 | written (Ecclus. 37:3): "O wicked presumption, ~whence camest 249 2, 129 | the good as well as the ~wicked covet honors for themselves, 250 2, 129 | whereas "the other," i.e. the wicked, ~"through lack of the good 251 2, 131 | our Lord calls the servant wicked and slothful who through 252 2, 131 | saying of ~Ecclus. 37:3, "O wicked presumption, whence camest 253 2, 131 | however, ~is stated to be "wicked" on account of pride whence 254 2, 134 | virtue can be found in the wicked, since virtue it is ~"that 255 2, 134 | patience is sometimes found in ~wicked men; for instance, in the 256 2, 134 | wrongs patiently is most wicked": and ~Augustine says in 257 2, 134 | but because He awaits the wicked, that they may ~be converted." 258 2, 135 | said in the person of the wicked (Wis. 5:7): "We . . ~. have 259 2, 146 | evil, and rejoice in most wicked things." Likewise dullness 260 2, 152 | xv, 16) that "if it is ~wicked, through covetousness, to 261 2, 152 | earthly bounds, how much ~more wicked is it through venereal lust 262 2, 152 | accused his brethren of a most wicked crime," ~says that "they 263 2, 153 | following which it chooses ~wicked pleasures in disobedience 264 2, 154 | but also ~because it is wicked" - that is, by following 265 2, 154 | fact that one gives way to wicked desires, but ~because one 266 2, 154 | man, though knowing how wicked are the things he desires, ~ 267 2, 154 | evil, and rejoice in most ~wicked things." Hence it follows 268 2, 156 | and incites not only the wicked but ~even the good to do 269 2, 162 | xiii, 5), "just as the ~wicked abuse not only evil but 270 2, 170 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Not all wicked men are ravening wolves, 271 2, 170 | God ~makes use even of the wicked for the profit of the good. 272 2, 176 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the wicked can work miracles?~Aquin.: 273 2, 176 | It would seem that the wicked cannot work miracles. For 274 2, 176 | it would ~seem that the wicked cannot work miracles.~Aquin.: 275 2, 176 | it would seem that the ~wicked, since they do not good 276 2, 176 | Therefore it would seem that wicked men cannot work miracles.~ 277 2, 176 | closely united to God than the wicked. ~But the good do not all 278 2, 176 | Much less therefore do the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 279 2, 176 | whosoever has not charity is wicked, because "this gift ~alone 280 2, 176 | would seem that even the wicked can work miracles.~Aquin.: 281 2, 176 | Christ's name, as even the wicked do sometimes. In this ~way 282 2, 176 | sometimes. In this ~way even the wicked can work miracles. Hence 283 2, 176 | which extends even to the wicked, wherefore the prayers even 284 2, 176 | they are wrought. Hence wicked men who teach a false doctrine 285 2, 176 | Christians in another, ~wicked Christians in another. Magicians 286 2, 182 | and grace, for instance wicked bishops or religious. ~Therefore 287 2, 183 | says (Dial. ii, 3): "The wicked must be borne ~patiently, 288 2, 183 | useless to labor for ~the wicked. Wherefore the perfect when 289 2, 183 | ownership of ~them only by wicked theft." Now dispensing requires 290 2, 184 | words of Prov. 18:3, ~"The wicked man, when he is come into 291 2, 184 | strengthened the hands of ~the wicked, that no man should return 292 2, 184 | Hom. iv in Ps. 36): "The wicked man, if he sin, repents 293 2, 184 | contempt, they become ~most wicked and incorrigible, according 294 2, 185 | lest it be ~led astray by wicked thoughts." But in so far 295 2, 185 | glory. Hence it is that wicked persons hide their wickedness ~ 296 2, 186 | Chrysostom] says, "it is most ~wicked to overlook the wrongs done 297 2, 187 | Lord was a forecast of the wicked endeavors of the Jews, after 298 3, 2 | Wis. ~12:10: "They were a wicked generation, and their malice 299 3, 7 | continence also regard wicked desires, from which Christ 300 3, 8 | devil is the head of all the wicked?~(8) Whether Anti-christ 301 3, 8 | called the head of all the wicked?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[1] 302 3, 8 | devil is the head of all the wicked?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[7] 303 3, 8 | devil is not the head of the wicked. For ~it belongs to the 304 3, 8 | be called the head of the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[7] 305 3, 8 | lxxxii): "Not ~all our wicked thoughts are always raised 306 3, 8 | not the head of all the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[7] 307 3, 8 | whole multitude ~of the wicked do not seem to have anything 308 3, 8 | called the head of all ~the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[7] 309 3, 8 | devil is head of all the wicked. For, as is written (Job 310 3, 8 | is the ~head of all the wicked, inasmuch as they imitate 311 3, 8 | called the head of all the wicked?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[8] 312 3, 8 | Antichrist is not the head of the wicked. For ~there are not several 313 3, 8 | of the ~multitude of the wicked. Therefore Anti-christ is 314 3, 8 | is not the head of ~the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[8] 315 3, 8 | has no influence over the wicked who have preceded him. ~ 316 3, 8 | Anti-christ is not the head of the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[8] 317 3, 8 | of the ~body of all the wicked, suddenly he turned his 318 3, 8 | said to be the head of the ~wicked as if his sin had preceded, 319 3, 8 | not called the head of the wicked from the power of ~influencing, 320 3, 8 | called the head of all the wicked in this way, but of some. 321 3, 8 | he is the head of all the wicked by reason of the ~perfection 322 3, 8 | And ~in this way all the wicked who have gone before are 323 3, 8 | says: "The head of all the wicked, namely the ~devil, who 324 3, 8 | devil and yet is head of the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[8] 325 3, 8 | to be the head of all the wicked not by ~a likeness of influence, 326 3, 15 | approveth not the gifts of the ~wicked." Secondly, the truth of 327 3, 15 | sinful, whereby men become wicked. Now although what is virtuous 328 3, 22 | which ~was borne by the wicked sacrifices of the Gentiles, 329 3, 29 | because she hath done a wicked thing in Israel, to play 330 3, 31 | with the family of the most wicked Jezabel, therefore his memory 331 3, 31 | house of ~Joram, through the wicked daughter of Achab and Jezabel, 332 3, 32 | We do not say, as some wicked wretches ~hold, that the 333 3, 35 | by Jewish kings, however wicked, prophets were sent ~for 334 3, 35 | is under the power of a ~wicked king, Christ is born; because 335 3, 36 | because, as Chrysostom says, "wicked men could not rejoice at 336 3, 41 | Spirit lead Him, where the wicked spirit would ~find Him and 337 3, 43 | Himself ~said (Mt. 16:4): "A wicked and adulterous generation 338 3, 46 | He was reputed ~with the wicked."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 339 3, 47 | the Passion. For it is a wicked and cruel act to hand over 340 3, 47 | Reply OBJ 1: It is indeed a wicked and cruel act to hand over 341 3, 49 | part, who out of his most wicked will hindered man from securing 342 3, 49 | defending themselves against the wicked snares of the demons, even 343 3, 49 | Wis. 14:9: "To God the ~wicked and his wickedness are hateful 344 3, 49 | been ~judged as that of the wicked cause and judgment Thou 345 3, 56 | extends to the good and wicked alike, ~who are subject 346 3, 56 | resurrection of the good and wicked alike, still its exemplarity 347 3, 59 | just ~as to punish the wicked. But eternal beatitude, 348 3, 59 | judgment to ~both good and wicked, while the form of God should 349 3, 59 | been judged ~as that of the wicked, cause and judgment thou 350 3, 59 | shall condemn the truly wicked, who Himself was falsely 351 3, 59 | Himself was falsely reputed ~wicked."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 352 3, 59 | and in like manner the wicked. But the same was the ~case 353 3, 59 | And yet many good men have wicked sons, and conversely. ~Thirdly, 354 3, 59 | angels, because the good and wicked angels alike were judged 355 3, 59 | even over ~the good and wicked angels: in token whereof 356 3, 59 | essential punishment of the wicked angels, which is everlasting ~ 357 3, 63 | their glory, and in the wicked as ~increasing their shame: 358 3, 64 | others?~(5) Whether the wicked can have the power of administering 359 3, 64 | sacraments?~(6) Whether the wicked sin in administering the 360 3, 64 | cannot be conferred by wicked men.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] 361 3, 64 | that if the minister be wicked, the sacrament ~has no effect.~ 362 3, 64 | sacraments, though they be wicked.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 363 3, 64 | the sacraments, both by wicked men as ~lifeless instruments, 364 3, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether wicked men sin in administering 365 3, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that wicked men do not sin in administering 366 3, 64 | favor is ~obtained." But the wicked do not sin in serving God 367 3, 64 | Therefore it seems that wicked men do not sin in administering 368 3, 64 | them that do them." But if wicked ministers sin in administering ~ 369 3, 64 | to avoid sin. But if the ~wicked were to sin in administering 370 3, 64 | Therefore it seems ~that the wicked do not sin in administering 371 3, 64 | that "it is wrong for ~the wicked even to touch the symbols," 372 3, 64 | can be no doubt that the wicked sin by ~exercising the ministry 373 3, 64 | the devil is head of the ~wicked, and the wicked are his 374 3, 64 | of the ~wicked, and the wicked are his members. But sacraments 375 3, 64 | be ~administered by the wicked. Therefore it seems that 376 3, 64 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Wicked men do not owe their power 377 3, 64 | that the evil lives of wicked men are not prejudicial 378 3, 64 | alms to the poor with a wicked intention, whereas his master 379 3, 70 | remitted also: because "it is wicked to hope for half forgiveness 380 3, 72 | and you have overcome the wicked one." And ~therefore the 381 3, 76 | a pyx, which it would be wicked to think of Christ ~under 382 3, 82 | 6) Whether the Mass of a wicked priest is of less value 383 3, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a wicked priest can consecrate the 384 3, 82 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a wicked priest cannot consecrate 385 3, 82 | cannot be ~consecrated by a wicked priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 386 3, 82 | But from the fact of being wicked ~he does not cease to be 387 3, 82 | because our Lord has good and ~wicked ministers or servants. Hence ( 388 3, 82 | concerned, the mass of a wicked priest is not of less ~value 389 3, 82 | given by a good man or by a wicked ~one." But priests, even 390 3, 82 | communicateth with his wicked works." Consequently, it 391 3, 84 | own iniquities catch the wicked, ~and he is fast bound with 392 3, 84 | to Ezech. 18:21: "If ~the wicked do penance for all his sins 393 3, 85 | since a man from being wicked becomes ~virtuous.~Aquin.: 394 3, 86 | of Antiochus, that "this wicked man prayed to ~the Lord, 395 3, 86 | although he is forced by his wicked conscience ~to acknowledge 396 3, 88 | says: "God delivered the wicked servant to the ~torturers, 397 3, 89 | not mend their corrupt and wicked ways ~are neither allowed 398 Suppl, 10| are loosened, since it is wicked to hope for half ~a pardon.~ 399 Suppl, 11| does not bestow impunity on wicked priests, because ~they are 400 Suppl, 15| scourges are ~inflicted on the wicked also, and are deserved by 401 Suppl, 15| the ~good cleansed and the wicked worsened on account of their 402 Suppl, 16| sins: but it is in the wicked angels, since the same applies 403 Suppl, 16| expiated. Therefore, since the wicked angels cannot have the matter, 404 Suppl, 19| or their use?~(5) Whether wicked priests have the effective 405 Suppl, 19| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether wicked priests have the use of 406 Suppl, 19| OBJ 1: It would seem that wicked priests have not the use 407 Suppl, 19| Holy Ghost is promised. But wicked men ~have not the Holy Ghost. 408 Suppl, 19| Wisdom itself. Therefore the wicked, who ~are His enemies on 409 Suppl, 19| sacrament of grace even through wicked men, but grace itself only 410 Suppl, 19| Further, the prayer of a wicked priest cannot effect ~reconciliation, 411 Suppl, 19| of absolution. Therefore wicked priests cannot use the keys ~ 412 Suppl, 19| 4: The prayer which the wicked priest proffers on his own ~ 413 Suppl, 22| condemn the ~just with the wicked (Gn. 18:25). Therefore the 414 Suppl, 36| administered by good and ~wicked. Therefore goodness of life 415 Suppl, 36| the sacrament; and if a wicked man be ordained, he receives ~ 416 Suppl, 36| It is worse to raise the wicked to the sacred ministry, ~ 417 Suppl, 37| the body the good from the wicked; that ~the acolyte cleanses 418 Suppl, 37| he separates us from ~the wicked; and thus the intermediate 419 Suppl, 41| wherefore this is a most wicked heresy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 420 Suppl, 47| trifling motives: "The wicked man seeth when no man pursueth" ( 421 Suppl, 48| have vowed virginity it is wicked, not only to marry, but 422 Suppl, 48| marry." But it would not be wicked unless it were contrary 423 Suppl, 65| to their father of a most wicked crime (Gn. ~37:2), and consented 424 Suppl, 67| prophets: "Show My people their wicked ~doings" (Is. 58:1): else 425 Suppl, 67| instance if she were a woman of wicked habits which ~her children 426 Suppl, 68| but as proceeding from a wicked will. Hence ~an illegitimate 427 Suppl, 69| a little while ~and the wicked shall not be," says that " 428 Suppl, 69| neither the good nor the ~wicked quit their abode.~Aquin.: 429 Suppl, 69| their abode, but also the wicked, since their ~damnation 430 Suppl, 69| the activity of good or wicked angels in order ~to instruct 431 Suppl, 70| deny that the souls of the wicked are imprisoned in ~flames?" 432 Suppl, 71| performed by good or by wicked persons.~Aquin.: SMT XP 433 Suppl, 71| suffrages performed ~by the wicked. First, the deed done, for 434 Suppl, 71| respect the suffrages of the ~wicked profit the departed. Secondly, 435 Suppl, 71| for dead unbelieving and wicked men, because, ~forsooth, 436 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The wicked man dead takes no harm by 437 Suppl, 72| justice in punishing the wicked. Hence a gloss on ~Apoc. 438 Suppl, 72| persecution of the good by the ~wicked: so that at the same time 439 Suppl, 72| will be secure, namely the wicked. The words: "When they shall 440 Suppl, 72| security," refer to the wicked, who will pay little heed 441 Suppl, 72| signs begin to appear the wicked will think themselves to 442 Suppl, 72| that fire?~(9) Whether the wicked will be involved therein?~ 443 Suppl, 72| shall ~be separated from the wicked, the world shall be set 444 Suppl, 72| Dei xx, 16): "After the wicked ~have been judged, and cast 445 Suppl, 72| whereby it will engulf the wicked, it will follow ~the judgment. ~ 446 Suppl, 72| regards the engulfing of the wicked: in this respect it will ~ 447 Suppl, 72| naught. Now the bodies of the wicked will ~not be reduced to 448 Suppl, 72| fire will not consume the ~wicked, as stated in the text.~ 449 Suppl, 72| consume the bodies of the ~wicked by reducing them to ashes; 450 Suppl, 72| contrary, as the bodies of the ~wicked, so will those of the good 451 Suppl, 72| whether of the good or of the wicked need to be cleansed, and ~ 452 Suppl, 72| manner on the good and the wicked. Now the state of the way 453 Suppl, 72| act equally on good and wicked; and consequently ~it does 454 Suppl, 72| act in like manner on the wicked and good who ~will be alive, 455 Suppl, 72| the sense of pain. For the wicked will be ~tortured by the 456 Suppl, 72| between ~the good and the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 457 Suppl, 72| that fire will engulf the wicked?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 458 Suppl, 72| fire will not engulf the wicked. For a ~gloss on Malachi 459 Suppl, 72| is a fire consuming the wicked and refining the good"; 460 Suppl, 72| another that will torture the wicked." Now the latter is ~the 461 Suppl, 72| hell that shall engulf the wicked, while the former is the ~ 462 Suppl, 72| that which will engulf the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 463 Suppl, 72| fire that will engulf the wicked will be the fire of ~hell: 464 Suppl, 72| hell which will engulf the wicked.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 465 Suppl, 72| In order to ~punish the wicked and cleanse the good." Therefore 466 Suppl, 72| into hell together with the wicked~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[9] 467 Suppl, 72| by the separation of the wicked from the good: wherefore 468 Suppl, 72| but the ~chaff," i.e. the wicked, "He will burn with unquenchable 469 Suppl, 72| vile will be cast with the wicked into hell, and all that 470 Suppl, 72| for the punishment of the wicked, and whatever is subtle 471 Suppl, 72| the good, and torture the wicked, both in ~reference to their 472 Suppl, 72| 3: The punishment of the wicked, even as the glory of the ~ 473 Suppl, 72| written (Ps. 1:5): "The wicked shall not rise again ~in 474 Suppl, 72| judgment. Therefore the wicked shall in no way rise again.~ 475 Suppl, 72| resurrection whereby the wicked shall not rise again in 476 Suppl, 72| or else they refer to the wicked who are altogether ~unbelievers, 477 Suppl, 72| OBJ 3: All, both good and wicked, are conformed to Christ, 478 Suppl, 73| least of some, namely the wicked, bears no likeness to ~the 479 Suppl, 75| same in the good as ~in the wicked: "We shall all indeed rise 480 Suppl, 75| same. ~And thus, if the wicked rise again from ashes, the 481 Suppl, 75| the resurrection of ~the wicked which will not be glorious, 482 Suppl, 76| which concern the good and ~wicked in common; (2) those which 483 Suppl, 76| which ~concern only the wicked. Three things concern the 484 Suppl, 76| things concern the good and wicked in ~common, namely their 485 Suppl, 79| be rewarded and in the wicked will be punished, with regard 486 Suppl, 82| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the wicked will be tortured in the 487 Suppl, 83| final happiness, ~so the wicked will rise again to final 488 Suppl, 83| defect or unhappiness of ~the wicked will be taken from them 489 Suppl, 83| any limbs." Therefore the wicked will rise again without 490 Suppl, 83| since all bodies of both wicked and good will rise again 491 Suppl, 83| between the good and the wicked, because ~a thing can be 492 Suppl, 83| final unhappiness of the wicked will not ~exclude all good, 493 Suppl, 83| must not apply this ~to a wicked or corrupt life, nor one 494 Suppl, 83| as it ~deprives one of a wicked life, and of such as is 495 Suppl, 84| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The wicked will know all the good they 496 Suppl, 84| Wherefore others say that the wicked will see all their ~sins 497 Suppl, 85| separation of the good from the ~wicked, because there will be no 498 Suppl, 85| the good to profit by ~the wicked, or the wicked by the good: 499 Suppl, 85| profit by ~the wicked, or the wicked by the good: for the sake 500 Suppl, 85| meanwhile mingled with the wicked, so long as this state of


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