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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 18 | fail, and the animal to be dead. Whereby it is clear that 2 1, 18 | flowing ~source, are called dead, as in cisterns and ponds. 3 1, 25 | the blind, or to raise the dead. Therefore, and much ~more 4 1, 25 | than the raising of the dead; in which there is nothing ~ 5 1, 33 | if a stone be called a dead thing, as wanting life, ~ 6 1, 57 | of those rising from the dead, "one ~shall be as evident 7 1, 58 | for ~example, on seeing a dead man, they may suppose that 8 1, 63 | gods and the souls of ~the dead." But to be deceitful is 9 1, 77 | senseless, yet not quite dead, sees some things by ~imaginary 10 1, 77 | Therefore the body being dead, the sensitive powers do 11 1, 58 | of those rising from the dead, "one ~shall be as evident 12 1, 59 | for ~example, on seeing a dead man, they may suppose that 13 1, 64 | gods and the souls of ~the dead." But to be deceitful is 14 1, 76 | senseless, yet not quite dead, sees some things by ~imaginary 15 1, 76 | Therefore the body being dead, the sensitive powers do 16 1, 88 | that "the souls ~of the dead are where they cannot know 17 1, 88 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the dead often appear to the living, 18 1, 88 | treating now, the ~souls of the dead do not know what passes 19 1, 88 | gives the reason thus: "The dead do not ~know how the living 20 1, 88 | that, "the ~souls of the dead have no concern in the affairs 21 1, 88 | xiii) expressly says: ~"The dead, even the saints do not 22 1, 88 | just as we care for the dead by pouring forth ~prayer 23 1, 88 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: That the dead appear to the living in 24 1, 88 | order that the souls of the ~dead may interfere in affairs 25 1, 90 | for instance, raising the dead, or giving sight to ~the 26 1, 90 | Power alone, as for the dead to be raised to life, or 27 1, 94 | is "the firstborn of the dead," as ~the body's animal 28 1, 104 | the resurrection of the dead, which nevertheless will 29 1, 104 | done; as the raising of the dead, ~and giving sight to the 30 1, 104 | give life, ~but not to the dead; and such hold the second 31 1, 107 | nothing but souls of the dead; and it is this that Chrysostom 32 1, 111 | Lazarus was raised from the dead, was accomplished immediately 33 1, 113 | beast, or that the body of a dead man return to life. ~And 34 1, 116 | by ~prayer, raised the dead Tabitha to life, and by 35 1, 116 | to be the souls of the ~dead, in order to confirm the 36 2, 4 | Douay: 'blessed'] ~are the dead who die in the Lord."~Aquin.: 37 2, 4 | ascribed to the ~souls of the dead separated from their bodies," 38 2, 5 | immediately; such as raising the dead to life, restoring sight 39 2, 10 | for instance, that ~the dead should rise again. But this 40 2, 18 | the natural species; for a dead body and a living body are 41 2, 27 | their ~friendship for the dead." But all are not such. 42 2, 38 | associate with his friend, now dead: ~"for so should his eyes 43 2, 38 | which united us to our ~dead or absent friends, become 44 2, 46 | insensible things, or ~with the dead": both because they feel 45 2, 47 | death. One is because the dead are incapable of sorrow 46 2, 47 | Another reason is because the dead seem to have attained to 47 2, 72 | written: "When you were dead in your offenses and ~sins," 48 2, 73 | hence a man is not less dead on the first day after ~ 49 2, 74 | the resurrection ~of the dead as impossible naturally, 50 2, 82 | singular, e.g. "They are dead that sought the life of 51 2, 89 | understood the "foundation" to be dead faith, ~upon which some 52 2, 89 | And this foundation is not dead faith, as some have ~esteemed, 53 2, 98 | Without the law sin was dead. And I lived some time without ~ 54 2, 100 | seeketh the truth from the dead." ~The second commandment 55 2, 102 | make any baldness ~for the dead." Therefore it was unfitting 56 2, 102 | those who ~rise from the dead. And since all corruption 57 2, 102 | are the examples of our dead ancestors. The ~staves they 58 2, 102 | matter to an animal already dead how its flesh be ~cooked. 59 2, 102 | of the bones and flesh of dead men. Wherefore, in order 60 2, 102 | forbidden to ~approach the dead, however nearly related 61 2, 102 | should be entirely ~free from dead works, i.e. sins. And they 62 2, 103 | ceremonies were neither dead, ~since they were obligatory, 63 2, 103 | they began to be not only dead, so as no longer to be ~ 64 2, 103 | were neither deadly nor dead: another period was after 65 2, 103 | legal ceremonies are both ~dead and deadly. The third is 66 2, 103 | the legal ~ceremonies were dead indeed, because they had 67 2, 103 | eat of anything that is dead"): "He condemns ~those priests 68 2, 104 | far as ~to be not only "dead," but also deadly to those 69 2, 104 | the judicial precepts are dead indeed, because they have ~ 70 2, 105 | confusion, and provided that the dead should be succeeded by their 71 2, 105 | children should be born to ~the dead man through his brother: 72 2, 105 | marrying the wife of his dead brother, he took his dead ~ 73 2, 105 | dead brother, he took his dead ~brother's place.~Aquin.: 74 2, 107 | as also by ~touching the dead, as stated above (Q[102], 75 2, 109 | 5:14): "Arise from the dead and Christ shall enlighten ~ 76 2, 109 | soul ~were infused into a dead body for its resurrection.~ 77 2, 113 | the blind or raised the dead. Now the will of the ~ungodly 78 2, 113 | the ~resurrection of the dead, life is above the natural 79 2, 1 | that He rose again from the dead, wherefore the ~article 80 2, 1 | Abraham had two sons, that a dead man ~rose again at the touch 81 2, 1 | the resurrection of the dead ~and life everlasting. Thus 82 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a dead thing does not become a 83 2, 4 | Now ~lifeless faith is dead, according to James 2:20: " 84 2, 4 | Faith without works is ~dead." Therefore lifeless faith 85 2, 4 | Faith without works is dead" ~(James 2:20) adds, "by 86 2, 4 | the soul: consequently a ~dead thing cannot become a living 87 2, 4 | thing, and a living and a dead thing ~differ specifically. 88 2, 5 | give a sign, by raising a ~dead person to life, the intellect 89 2, 13 | out devils, ~raising the dead, and the like: which things 90 2, 16 | the resurrection of the dead and the life of the ~world 91 2, 17 | faith is either living or dead, so is hope. But ~lifeless 92 2, 30 | the captive, to bury ~the dead; all of which are expressed 93 2, 30 | succor our neighbor. But a dead man ~profits nothing by 94 2, 30 | mention of the burial of the dead (Mt. 25:35,36). Therefore 95 2, 30 | life we give "burial to the dead."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 96 2, 30 | Burial does not profit a dead man as though his body could ~ 97 2, 30 | mention the burial of the dead with the other works of ~ 98 2, 30 | praised for burying the dead, as Tobias, and ~those who 99 2, 35 | and resurrection of ~the dead I am called in question. 100 2, 60 | taken, either because he is dead, or because he is too far ~ 101 2, 60 | spiritual welfare (whether he be dead or living): ~but not without 102 2, 60 | whom restitution is due be dead, restitution should be made ~ 103 2, 80 | Devotion to God's holy ones, dead or living, does not ~terminate 104 2, 81 | pro mortuis ~xiii) the "dead, even the saints, know not 105 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The dead, if we consider their natural 106 2, 81 | another; but that after we are dead, none of our prayers for 107 2, 85 | oblations for the living and the dead. Therefore it is unnecessary 108 2, 86 | professed ~religious is dead to the world and lives to 109 2, 92 | should not be paid to the dead or to inanimate beings. 110 2, 93 | vision for the living and the dead? [*Vulg.: 'seek of their 111 2, 93 | for the ~living of the dead?']"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] 112 2, 93 | apparitions ~or utterances of the dead, and this species is called " 113 2, 93 | in Greek, {nekron} "means dead and ~{manteia} divination, 114 2, 93 | sprinkling of blood, the dead seem to come to life, to 115 2, 94 | seeketh the truth from the dead": ~which search relies on 116 2, 98 | for the living or ~for the dead, not as a price but as a 117 2, 99 | Lord replied: "Let ~the dead bury their dead: but go 118 2, 99 | Let ~the dead bury their dead: but go thou, and preach 119 2, 99 | not that he might bury a dead father, but that he might ~ 120 2, 99 | is deemed to be already dead to the world: ~wherefore 121 2, 102 | You . . . are become dead to ~the law by the body 122 2, 116 | gamblers, despoilers of the dead, ~and robbers." Therefore 123 2, 116 | do, or ~by despoiling the dead, or by preying on one's 124 2, 122 | imitation of Christ he is dead to sins, according to ~Gal. 125 2, 145 | restored by rising from the dead, and so the Church ordered ~ 126 2, 162 | does not feel it when he is dead, ~and he cannot feel it 127 2, 172 | thee? Who raisedst ~up a dead man from below." Therefore 128 2, 173 | altogether, so that ~his body lay dead."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[175] 129 2, 173 | the resurrection of the dead, when this corruptible will ~ 130 2, 176 | at the ~touch even of a dead body. Thus we read (4 Kgs. 131 2, 176 | Peter raised to life the dead Tabitha (Acts ~9:40): sometimes 132 2, 176 | bodily contact of even a dead body. Thus when Josue had 133 2, 176 | faith ~without works is dead," according to James 2:20, 134 2, 176 | without works is said to be dead, as regards the ~believer, 135 2, 176 | thing from working through a dead instrument, as a man ~through 136 2, 185 | they shall not bury the dead ~except those dwelling with 137 2, 185 | that monks though they be ~dead to the world and live to 138 3, 1 | even when we were dead in sins, hath ~quickened 139 3, 1 | even were He to raise the dead." But the same Augustine, 140 3, 8 | raised up Jesus from the dead shall ~quicken also your 141 3, 8 | Faith without works is dead." Yet such as these ~receive 142 3, 13 | nature, as to raise the dead; the third is ~inasmuch 143 3, 19 | lepers or the raising of the dead. Hence ~it seems that in 144 3, 22 | cleanse our ~conscience from dead works, to serve the living 145 3, 22 | serve the living God." But dead works ~denote sins. Therefore 146 3, 22 | in hell" (Office of the Dead, Resp. vii). ~Therefore 147 3, 22 | Christ rising again from the dead, dieth ~now no more." Therefore 148 3, 22 | during the three days He lay dead. ~Therefore the priesthood 149 3, 25 | worship the relics of the dead seems to savor of the error ~ 150 3, 25 | Gentiles, who gave honor to dead men. Therefore the relics 151 3, 25 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a dead body is not of the same 152 3, 25 | the worship of "latria" to dead men.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] 153 3, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The dead body of a saint is not identical 154 3, 26 | mortality, He might from dead men make immortal - which 155 3, 36 | embalming the bodies of the dead, is offered as ~to Him who 156 3, 37 | when Christ rose from the dead, so were we ~circumcised 157 3, 43 | forgave sins and raised the dead."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 158 3, 43 | the ~Father raiseth up the dead and giveth life, so the 159 3, 43 | sick, the raising of the ~dead to life, if other miracles 160 3, 43 | virgin, to rise ~from the dead, and to ascend into heaven. 161 3, 43 | than the raising of the dead: which thing we know the ~ 162 3, 44 | of him; and he became as dead, so that many said: He is 163 3, 44 | so that many said: He is dead"; ~sometimes also to things: 164 3, 44 | who was healed "became as dead," says Jerome, "because 165 3, 44 | healed it is said, 'You are dead; and your life is hid with ~ 166 3, 44 | His death gave life to the dead; "the earth quaked and the ~ 167 3, 45 | He is the ~judge of the dead and the living; by bringing 168 3, 46 | to rise again ~from the dead."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 169 3, 46 | loved us, even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened 170 3, 46 | saw that ~He was already dead, they did not break His 171 3, 46 | do to the quick ~and the dead; some He will set on His 172 3, 47 | saw that He was already dead, they did not ~break His 173 3, 47 | that He ~should be already dead." For as of His own will 174 3, 49 | redemption" [*Office of ~the Dead, Resp. vii]. It seems, therefore, 175 3, 49 | holy oil: but after he is dead, then shall he return home." [* 176 3, 50 | the same body, living and dead?~(6) Whether His death conduced 177 3, 50 | also reckon that you are dead to sin, but alive unto God." ~ 178 3, 50 | that by rising from the dead, and manifesting His power 179 3, 50 | hope of rising from the ~dead. Hence the Apostle says ( 180 3, 50 | He rose again from the dead, how do some among you say, 181 3, 50 | no ~resurrection from the dead?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 182 3, 50 | ordinance there remains ~in the dead flesh a certain relation 183 3, 50 | Him, rose again from the dead on ~the third day." But 184 3, 50 | such time as Christ was ~dead; which cannot be admitted. 185 3, 50 | faith that Christ was truly dead: ~hence it is an error against 186 3, 50 | can be said that He was "a dead man" ~during those three 187 3, 50 | the same body living and dead?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 188 3, 50 | the same body ~living and dead. For Christ truly died just 189 3, 50 | simply identically the same, dead and living, ~because there 190 3, 50 | Christ identically the same, dead and living.~Aquin.: SMT 191 3, 50 | Christ's ~body, living and dead, was specifically diverse: 192 3, 50 | the eye or flesh ~of the dead is only called so equivocally, 193 3, 50 | identically the same, living and dead. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 194 3, 50 | Christ's body, ~after it was dead, did not remain identically 195 3, 50 | the tree; and Christ's dead body was laid in the tomb. 196 3, 50 | the same body living and dead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 197 3, 50 | ii): and in this way the dead and living body ~of Christ 198 3, 50 | Christ's body living and dead was identical in its suppositum 199 3, 50 | suppositum because ~alive and dead it had none other besides 200 3, 50 | sense the body of Christ, dead and alive, was not "simply" 201 3, 50 | to be said that ~Christ's dead body did continue "totally" 202 3, 50 | consubstantial with us, ~nor truly dead, nor would we have been 203 3, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The dead body of everyone else does 204 3, 50 | hypostasis, as Christ's dead body did; consequently the 205 3, 50 | body did; consequently the dead ~body of everyone else is 206 3, 50 | by Its power, although ~dead.~ 207 3, 51 | without help, free among the dead." But the bodies of the 208 3, 51 | But the bodies of the dead are ~enclosed in a tomb; 209 3, 51 | earth. But what befalls the dead body of Christ ~is attributed 210 3, 51 | said (Col. 3:3): ~"You are dead, and your life is hid with 211 3, 51 | Himself "free among the dead": ~since, although imprisoned 212 3, 51 | to come were to serve the dead Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 213 3, 51 | which are ~rendered to the dead, the custom of each nation 214 3, 52 | of the living and of the dead. But a general cause is ~ 215 3, 52 | likewise it is applied to ~the dead through His descent into 216 3, 52 | 10: "The body ~indeed is dead, because of sin; but the 217 3, 53 | to ~rise again from the dead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 218 3, 53 | and to rise again from the dead."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 219 3, 53 | preached that He rose ~from the dead, how do some among you say, 220 3, 53 | no resurrection ~of the dead?" And (Job 19:25,27): "I 221 3, 53 | having risen from the ~dead; "and" therefore "in the 222 3, 53 | Christ is risen from the dead by the glory of the Father, 223 3, 53 | Christ rising from ~the dead dieth now no more; so do 224 3, 53 | also reckon that you are dead to ~sin, but alive to God."~ 225 3, 53 | in one who appears ~to be dead whereas he is alive.~Aquin.: 226 3, 53 | but was "free among the dead": and ~therefore He abode 227 3, 53 | the first to rise from the dead?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 228 3, 53 | first to rise from the ~dead, because we read in the 229 3, 53 | 35: "Women received their dead ~raised to life again": 230 3, 53 | His Passion raised three dead ~persons to life. Therefore 231 3, 53 | first to rise from the ~dead. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 232 3, 53 | the first to rise from the dead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[53] A[ 233 3, 53 | Christ is risen from the ~dead, the first fruits of them 234 3, 53 | anew after being actually dead: in ~another way, so that 235 3, 53 | 10: "The body indeed is dead because of sin." Furthermore, 236 3, 53 | Christ rising from the dead dieth now no ~more." But 237 3, 53 | both those ~raised from the dead in the old Testament, and 238 3, 53 | be 'the first-born of the dead,' if so many ~preceded Him 239 3, 53 | up Jesus Christ from the dead, shall quicken also your 240 3, 53 | soul and the flesh of the dead Christ can be ~considered 241 3, 53 | the ~body and soul of the dead Christ according to the 242 3, 54 | Christ rising from the dead, dieth now no more." ~Accordingly, 243 3, 54 | written (1 Cor. 15:52): "The dead shall rise incorrupt." ~ 244 3, 55 | God hath raised from ~the dead, of which we are witnesses." 245 3, 55 | whom they had known to be dead. But just as man comes from 246 3, 55 | Christ rising from the dead did not at once ascend to ~ 247 3, 56 | our bodies, then all the dead ~should have risen again 248 3, 56 | the resurrection of the ~dead, so that the body may be 249 3, 56 | not risen. Therefore the dead would ~rise again even though 250 3, 56 | The Father raiseth up the dead": and God has no ~need to 251 3, 56 | corporeal contact with the dead who shall rise again, ~owing 252 3, 56 | He ~rose again from the dead," the gloss says: "Who is 253 3, 56 | Christ is risen from the dead, the first-fruits of ~them 254 3, 56 | the resurrection ~of the dead."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 255 3, 56 | the Father ~raiseth up the dead, and giveth life; so the 256 3, 56 | office it is to quicken the dead; and this power by its presence 257 3, 56 | Christ is risen from the dead by the glory of the Father, 258 3, 56 | rising again from the dead, dieth ~now no more, so 259 3, 56 | that we (Vulg.: 'you')" are dead to sin, ~that we may "live 260 3, 57 | says that "because He was dead ~for forty hours, during 261 3, 58 | raised up Jesus from the ~dead, shall quicken also your 262 3, 59 | of the living end of the dead."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 263 3, 59 | the hour cometh ~when the dead in their graves shall hear 264 3, 59 | will be a ~resurrection of dead bodies, which God will raise 265 3, 59 | might be Lord both of the dead and of the living." And 266 3, 59 | judge of the quick and the dead, and the arbitrator of merits."~ 267 3, 59 | Ecclus. 30:4: "His father is dead, and he is ~as if he were 268 3, 59 | he is ~as if he were not dead, for he hath left one behind 269 3, 66 | baptizatur] after touching the dead, if he touch him again, 270 3, 66 | miraculously like the blood from a dead body, to ~prove the reality 271 3, 66 | day rose again ~from the dead. For that thrice repeated 272 3, 66 | if He had been buried or dead for one day, this ~would 273 3, 66 | cleanse our conscience ~from dead works," etc. Therefore the 274 3, 68 | The body, indeed, ~is dead because of sin, but the 275 3, 68 | sacrament of faith. Now dead faith does not ~suffice 276 3, 68 | Christ is risen from the ~dead . . . so we also may walk 277 3, 69 | also reckon that you are dead to sin, but alive ~unto 278 3, 69 | according to Rm. 6:8: "If we be dead with Christ, we believe 279 3, 69 | it may not hurt him, when dead, ~though it was in him when 280 3, 69 | up Jesus Christ from the dead, shall ~quicken also our [ 281 3, 69 | Christ is ~risen from the dead by the glory of the Father, 282 3, 69 | insincerity ceases. For a dead work, which is void of charity, 283 3, 69 | Consequently, it is not dead in the man, who being insincere, 284 3, 75 | is divided piecemeal in a dead body, or as sold in the 285 3, 76 | those three days when He was dead, the soul of Christ would 286 3, 76 | Christ rising from the dead dieth now no more" ~(Rm. 287 3, 77 | evident in the raising of the dead, and ~in the restoring of 288 3, 77 | divided ~piecemeal, in a dead body, or as sold in the 289 3, 78 | cleanse our conscience from dead ~works," that is, from sins; 290 3, 79 | unbecoming to one that lies dead in his sins. Therefore the 291 3, 81 | during the three days ~He lay dead?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 292 3, 82 | living as well as for the dead." ~For instrumental power 293 3, 82 | mass for the quick and the dead. So far as ~the mass itself 294 3, 83 | another for a fast or for the dead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 295 3, 83 | who say one mass for the dead, and another of ~the day, 296 3, 83 | beseech Thee"; ~then for the dead, who can no longer receive 297 3, 83 | But in ~masses for the dead, in which the sacrifice 298 3, 83 | but for the repose of the dead, the "Pax" is omitted.~Aquin.: 299 3, 84 | foundation of Penance from ~dead works"; wherefore it precedes 300 3, 84 | and to rise again from the dead the third day: and that 301 3, 84 | twice, or twice raised any dead ~man to life. Therefore 302 3, 85 | of penance, e.g. acts ~of dead faith and hope, and an act 303 3, 87 | loved us, even when we were dead in sins, hath ~quickened 304 3, 89 | through Penance?~(6) Whether dead works, i.e. works that are 305 3, 89 | it seems that neither are dead deeds revived by charity.~ 306 3, 89 | stated above (A[4]). But a dead animal cannot be revived. ~ 307 3, 89 | Therefore neither can dead works be revived by Penance.~ 308 3, 89 | Penance is to quicken even dead works?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 309 3, 89 | Penance is to quicken ~even dead works, those, namely, that 310 3, 89 | Much more, therefore, are dead works revived.~Aquin.: SMT 311 3, 89 | removed by Penance. ~Therefore dead works are quickened by charity.~ 312 3, 89 | works which before were dead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 313 3, 89 | that, A work is said to be dead in two ways: first, ~effectively, 314 3, 89 | sinful works are said to be dead, according to Heb. 9:14: " 315 3, 89 | cleanse our conscience from dead works." These dead ~works 316 3, 89 | from dead works." These dead ~works are not quickened 317 3, 89 | foundation of Penance from dead works." Secondly, ~works 318 3, 89 | Secondly, ~works are said to be dead privatively, because, to 319 3, 89 | lack charity, is said to be dead, according ~to James 2:20: " 320 3, 89 | Faith without works is dead." In this way also, all 321 3, 89 | generically good, are said to be dead, if they be done without ~ 322 3, 89 | call the sound of a harp, a dead voice. Accordingly, the ~ 323 3, 89 | Therefore it is impossible for dead works to be ~quickened by 324 3, 89 | physical order things whether dead or deadened lack ~the principle 325 3, 89 | while they are said to be dead in relation to a principle. ~ 326 3, 89 | charity are said to be ~dead on account of the lack of 327 Suppl, 1 | attrition, as living from dead. Now dead faith ~becomes 328 Suppl, 1 | as living from dead. Now dead faith ~becomes living. Therefore 329 Suppl, 8 | foreshadowed in the raising of the dead Lazarus ~to life. Now our 330 Suppl, 9 | confession] perisheth from the dead ~as nothing." But a man 331 Suppl, 9 | a man without charity is dead, because charity is the ~ 332 Suppl, 14| satisfactory, ~through being dead works. But they are not 333 Suppl, 27| 1/1~On the contrary, A dead member receives no inflow 334 Suppl, 27| in mortal sin, is like a dead member. ~Therefore he receives 335 Suppl, 53| wife consent, or if she be dead, ~he receives both the order 336 Suppl, 61| person is not accounted dead to the world by entering ~ 337 Suppl, 62| believing her husband dead on account of his long absence, 338 Suppl, 66| former woman be living or dead. Now this ~man has contracted 339 Suppl, 67| person who had touched a ~dead or leprous body was said 340 Suppl, 69| If the souls ~of the dead took any part in the affairs 341 Suppl, 69| relates many cases of the dead having appeared to the living.~ 342 Suppl, 69| not ~follow, although the dead be able to appear to the 343 Suppl, 69| redemption [*Office of the Dead, ~Resp. vii]. But the saints 344 Suppl, 70| senseless, yet not quite ~dead, it sees some things which 345 Suppl, 71| OF THE SUFFRAGES FOR THE DEAD (FOURTEEN ARTICLES)~We must 346 Suppl, 71| consider the suffrages for the dead. Under this head there ~ 347 Suppl, 71| others?~(2) Whether the dead can be assisted by the works 348 Suppl, 71| suffrages of sinners profit the dead?~(4) Whether suffrages for 349 Suppl, 71| Whether suffrages for the dead profit those who perform 350 Suppl, 71| Whether suffrages for one dead person profit that person 351 Suppl, 71| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the dead can be assisted by the works 352 Suppl, 71| It would seem that the dead cannot be assisted by the 353 Suppl, 71| 14:13, ~"Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord . . . 354 Suppl, 71| cannot pass." Therefore the dead cannot be assisted by ~a 355 Suppl, 71| no community between ~the dead and the living, as the Philosopher 356 Suppl, 71| living do not profit the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 357 Suppl, 71| thought to pray for the dead that they may be loosed 358 Suppl, 71| of the living profit the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 359 Suppl, 71| whereby a commendation of the dead has a place in the prayers 360 Suppl, 71| sermon on suffrages for the dead [*De his qui in fide dormierunt, 361 Suppl, 71| Church in praying for the dead, and, moreover, asserts 362 Suppl, 71| of the living profit the dead. Therefore we must believe 363 Suppl, 71| living, but also to the dead who die in ~charity. For 364 Suppl, 71| Cor. ~13:8). Moreover, the dead live in the memory of the 365 Suppl, 71| of the living profit the dead in two ways even as they 366 Suppl, 71| change ~in the state of the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 367 Suppl, 71| words: "Blessed are the dead," ~etc. Or we may reply 368 Suppl, 71| is impossible between the dead and the living, ~because 369 Suppl, 71| the living, ~because the dead are outside civic life, 370 Suppl, 71| Whom the spirits of the dead live.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] 371 Suppl, 71| performed by sinners profit the dead?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 372 Suppl, 71| sinners do not profit ~the dead. For, according to Jn. 9: 373 Suppl, 71| them do not profit the ~dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 374 Suppl, 71| works done by sinners are dead. Therefore ~the dead for 375 Suppl, 71| are dead. Therefore ~the dead for whom they are done cannot 376 Suppl, 71| to ask suffrages for his dead, and ~consequently many 377 Suppl, 71| text (Sent. iv, D, 45), the dead are assisted by suffrages 378 Suppl, 71| offered by the living for the dead profit those who ~offer 379 Suppl, 71| offered by the living for the dead ~do not profit those who 380 Suppl, 71| has paid the debt of a dead person is freed from his 381 Suppl, 71| offered for the sins ~of the dead." Now it is clear that they 382 Suppl, 71| are more profitable to the dead than to the ~living. Now 383 Suppl, 71| suffrages avail also for the dead who are in mortal sin.~Aquin.: 384 Suppl, 71| discovered the skull of a dead man on the road, and that ~ 385 Suppl, 71| the saints pray not for dead unbelieving and wicked men, 386 Suppl, 71| were not found on those dead so ~that they might be taken 387 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 3: Suffrage for a dead person is more acceptable 388 Suppl, 71| which ~cannot be said of the dead. Hence there is not the 389 Suppl, 71| reason for ~praying for the dead as for the living.~Aquin.: 390 Suppl, 71| miraculously raised from the dead, many of whom ~were evidently 391 Suppl, 71| in hell" [*Office of the Dead, Resp. vii], and it is written ( 392 Suppl, 71| the latter be living or ~dead, the suffrages of the living, 393 Suppl, 71| since the state of the dead ~cannot be changed by the 394 Suppl, 71| heathens," he ~says, "burn the dead together with what has belonged 395 Suppl, 71| of 1 Cor. ~15:29, "If the dead rise not again at all, why 396 Suppl, 71| avails as suffrage for the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 397 Suppl, 71| appointed a special Mass for the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 398 Suppl, 71| should be offered for the dead. Therefore ~not only the 399 Suppl, 71| among suffrages for the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 400 Suppl, 71| of the living profit the dead in so far as ~the latter 401 Suppl, 71| living is directed to the dead. Consequently those whose ~ 402 Suppl, 71| best adapted to assist the dead, which pertain ~chiefly 403 Suppl, 71| chief suffrages ~for the dead. But on the part of the 404 Suppl, 71| intention directed to the dead the ~chief suffrage is prayer, 405 Suppl, 71| principal means of succoring the dead, although we must ~allow 406 Suppl, 71| out of charity for ~the dead are profitable to them.~ 407 Suppl, 71| among the suffrages for ~the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 408 Suppl, 71| ways. First, thus: "If the dead rise not again, nor did 409 Suppl, 71| of the Church profit the dead?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 410 Suppl, 71| Church profit ~even the dead. First, on account of the 411 Suppl, 71| of ~the living and of the dead. But this would amount to 412 Suppl, 71| unless ~they profited the dead. Therefore indulgences profit 413 Suppl, 71| Therefore indulgences profit the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 414 Suppl, 71| cause on the part of the dead, since they can do ~nothing 415 Suppl, 71| indulgences profit ~not the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 416 Suppl, 71| indulgences could avail the dead, ~it would be in the power 417 Suppl, 71| some saint. Hence since the dead can do none of those things 418 Suppl, 71| the living ~and not to the dead. Nor does it follow that 419 Suppl, 71| burial service profits the dead?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 420 Suppl, 71| burial service profits the dead. For ~Damascene (Serm.: 421 Suppl, 71| burial ~service profits the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 422 Suppl, 71| conferred something on the dead. Therefore the like ~profit 423 Suppl, 71| Therefore the like ~profit the dead somewhat.~Aquin.: SMT XP 424 Suppl, 71| profit him. Now burying the dead is reckoned among the works 425 Suppl, 71| with God by burying the dead." ~Therefore such like burial 426 Suppl, 71| burial observances profit the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 427 Suppl, 71| burial service profits ~the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 428 Suppl, 71| rather than a help to the dead."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 429 Suppl, 71| Hist. v, 1). Therefore the dead take no harm if their bodies 430 Suppl, 71| both the ~living and the dead. For the sake of the living, 431 Suppl, 71| thereby. It profits the dead in so far as one bears the 432 Suppl, 71| so far as one bears the dead in mind and ~prays for them 433 Suppl, 71| burial was ~profitable to the dead by procuring rest for his 434 Suppl, 71| sacred place profits the dead, does not ~result from the 435 Suppl, 71| doer: when, to wit, the dead person himself, or another, 436 Suppl, 71| they ~can also profit the dead, not directly but indirectly, 437 Suppl, 71| sense that the burial of the dead is ~reckoned among the works 438 Suppl, 71| candles to the tombs of the dead we ~profit them indirectly, 439 Suppl, 71| that "the bodies of the dead" are the object of Divine ~ 440 Suppl, 71| there is any feeling in a dead body, but in order to ~confirm 441 Suppl, 71| doing they commend their dead to the ~suffrages of the 442 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 5: The wicked man dead takes no harm by being buried 443 Suppl, 71| 45), suffrages avail ~the dead "in so far as during this 444 Suppl, 71| so far as ~they reach the dead, who thereby receive a certain 445 Suppl, 71| would not be done, ~if the dead person for whom the Mass 446 Suppl, 71| satisfaction applied to the ~dead by the intention of the 447 Suppl, 72| ignorant of us," says that "the dead saints ~know not what the 448 Suppl, 72| begotten of ~them, how can the dead occupy themselves in watching 449 Suppl, 72| show that the souls of the dead have ~no knowledge of the 450 Suppl, 72| Church's suffrages for ~the dead would be unnecessary.~Aquin.: 451 Suppl, 72| another, but that when ~we are dead no one's prayer for another 452 Suppl, 72| suffrages of the Church for the dead are as so many ~satisfactions 453 Suppl, 72| the living in lieu of the dead: and accordingly they ~free 454 Suppl, 72| accordingly they ~free the dead from the punishment which 455 Suppl, 72| The sea gave up ~the dead that were in it." If, however, 456 Suppl, 72| Christ will judge, the dead shall rise again, the good 457 Suppl, 72| the resurrection of the dead will precede the judgment, 458 Suppl, 72| Therefore the man that is ~dead shall never rise again.~ 459 Suppl, 72| He ~is not the God of the dead but of the living" (Mt. 460 Suppl, 72| Christ rising again from ~the dead dieth now no more" (Rm. 461 Suppl, 72| shall ~live." Therefore the dead shall all rise again.~Aquin.: 462 Suppl, 73| resurrection of the other dead did not follow ~at once. 463 Suppl, 73| the ~resurrection of the dead would be even if Christ 464 Suppl, 73| the first-begotten of the dead" (Apoc. 1:5). Therefore ~ 465 Suppl, 73| up Jesus Christ from the dead shall quicken also your ~ 466 Suppl, 73| who cannot hear. But ~the dead will not have hearing. Therefore 467 Suppl, 73| trumpet of God; and the dead who are ~in Christ shall 468 Suppl, 73| the resurrection of the dead. This ~sign is the same 469 Suppl, 73| resurrection. For raising the dead shows a greater power than 470 Suppl, 73| archangel . . . and the ~dead shall rise again." Therefore 471 Suppl, 73| the resurrection of the dead will be ~accomplished by 472 Suppl, 74| the resurrection of the dead, the years are still ~reckoned 473 Suppl, 74| And "the rest of the dead lived not till the thousand 474 Suppl, 74| Who "rising again from the dead dieth now no more" (Rm. 475 Suppl, 74| first ~resurrection of the dead that they may reign with 476 Suppl, 74| will cease to ~move the dead will rise again. Nevertheless 477 Suppl, 74| the resurrection of the dead is foretold (Ezech. 37:7, 478 Suppl, 75| judge the living and the dead." Now this cannot refer 479 Suppl, 75| as all the members become dead on ~the heart ceasing to 480 Suppl, 75| This distinction of the dead and the living does not 481 Suppl, 75| living at some time, and dead at some ~time: but it applies 482 Suppl, 75| Further, the body of a dead man is not reduced to ashes ~ 483 Suppl, 75| to burn the bodies of the dead, and to keep ~the ashes, 484 Suppl, 75| remain in the ashes of the dead, but that they remain according 485 Suppl, 78| will be raised from the dead is ~not proportionate to 486 Suppl, 79| the resurrection of the dead, ~for to them it is said ( 487 Suppl, 83| written (1 Cor. 15:52): "The dead shall rise ~again incorruptible"; 488 Suppl, 83| where a gloss says: "The dead, i.e. sinners, or all ~the 489 Suppl, 83| i.e. sinners, or all ~the dead in general shall rise again 490 Suppl, 84| the book of ~life; and the dead were judged by those things 491 Suppl, 86| of the living and of the dead." Now this division ~comprises 492 Suppl, 86| living be distinct from the dead. ~Therefore all men will 493 Suppl, 86| of the living and of the dead."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 494 Suppl, 87| authority over the quick and the dead as God, for thus is He the 495 Suppl, 87| might be Lord both of the dead and of the living" (Rm. 496 Suppl, 87| of the living and ~of the dead." And forasmuch as by redeeming 497 Suppl, 87| cleansed "our conscience from dead works." And thus ~that " 498 Suppl, 88| the sound of which "the dead shall rise again" (1 Cor. 499 Suppl, 91| not known us," ~says: "The dead, even the saints, know not 500 Suppl, 94| should be treated as the dead flesh is wont to be treated,


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