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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | individual facts, such as the deeds of Abraham, Isaac ~and Jacob 2 1, 12 | their thoughts and their deeds does not belong to the perfection 3 1, 17 | the other hand virtuous deeds are ~called the "truth of 4 1, 19 | goodness, since there are ~good deeds without which we cannot 5 1, 24 | happens that to each one his deeds will be ~recalled to memory, 6 1, 24 | warfare, or ~relates the deeds of soldiers.~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 66 | so the reward for worthy deeds is laid up in the light 8 1, 67 | so the reward for worthy deeds is laid up in the light 9 1, 100 | knowledge to direct them ~to deeds of righteousness, in which 10 1, 104 | cxxxvii): "In miraculous deeds, the ~whole measure of the 11 1, 108 | negligence for the ~evil deeds of their subjects. But the 12 2, 1 | blame or praise so are our deeds ~worthy of blame or praise."~ 13 2, 9 | we know what is good, but deeds delight us not." But it ~ 14 2, 18 | that ~"there are certain deeds of a middle kind, which 15 2, 20 | accomplishment ~of good or evil deeds, so neither does it lessen 16 2, 21 | Vit. i) that ~"virtuous deeds deserve praise, while deeds 17 2, 21 | deeds deserve praise, while deeds that are opposed to virtue ~ 18 2, 21 | s sight, by good or evil deeds.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] A[ 19 2, 24 | better ~to do such like deeds without than with a passion 20 2, 46 | Now all actions are the deeds of ~individuals: and consequently 21 2, 53 | ready to choose the mean in deeds and passions. And when a ~ 22 2, 53 | moderate his own ~passions or deeds, the necessary result is 23 2, 53 | is that many passions and deeds ~fail to observe the mode 24 2, 57 | good life consists in good deeds. Now in order to do good 25 2, 57 | Now in order to do good deeds, it ~matters not only what 26 2, 58 | view of his ~doing good deeds. Now, in man there are but 27 2, 59 | understand a habit of doing evil deeds, it is ~evident that no 28 2, 59 | who rejoices not in his deeds," as ~stated in Ethic. i, 29 2, 60 | by becoming ~speech and deeds: and this belongs to a virtue 30 2, 60 | with him, in ~words and deeds: this belongs to another 31 2, 61 | does not shut up his good deeds within himself . . ~. He 32 2, 65 | accustomed, are prompt ~in doing deeds of liberality, but are not 33 2, 65 | are not prompt in doing deeds of ~chastity.~Aquin.: SMT 34 2, 65 | exercise ~himself, by good deeds, in all such matters, he 35 2, 65 | exercise himself by good deeds in ~regard to one matter, 36 2, 68 | satisfies the inmost heart with deeds of ~mercy," all of which 37 2, 68 | satisfies the ~inmost heart with deeds of mercy." These words taken 38 2, 70 | last end, and in virtuous deeds, not as being ~his end, 39 2, 70 | Parad. xiii) that virtuous deeds ~are called fruits because " 40 2, 70 | fruits are any virtuous deeds in which one delights: ~ 41 2, 70 | mode" in all our ~words and deeds: as regards internal desires, 42 2, 72 | God's law." Now ~words, deeds, and desires differ in species 43 2, 72 | the spirit you mortify the deeds of the flesh, you shall 44 2, 72 | he goes on to wrongful ~deeds; and the same applies to 45 2, 74 | to ~the difference of the deeds, as the Philosopher states ( 46 2, 77 | to be referred to outward deeds, but to the inner movement 47 2, 91 | punish or forbid all evil deeds: since while aiming at doing 48 2, 92 | punishment stirs a man to good deeds, so does ~reward. Therefore 49 2, 93 | who refrains from evil deeds, ~through fear of punishment 50 2, 96 | no man who can judge the deeds of a king." But as to the ~ 51 2, 97 | may they be made known by deeds: since seemingly a man chooses ~ 52 2, 100 | For the first refers to deeds; ~wherefore it is said, " 53 2, 100 | decalogue does not prescribe deeds ~of kindness or service 54 2, 100 | the mode of virtue is that deeds of justice should be done ~ 55 2, 100 | should be done ~justly, that deeds of fortitude should be done 56 2, 102 | which quickened His external deeds; the ~"dung" betokened His 57 2, 102 | foot are moistened that his deeds may be holy. Other ~matters 58 2, 102 | though it appear ~not in his deeds.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 59 2, 102 | seeks to lie hidden in his deeds of darkness. The cormorant, 60 2, 103 | of his ~inward faith, by deeds as well as by words: and 61 2, 104 | Thus, ~too, the wars and deeds of this people are expounded 62 2, 104 | sense: but not the wars and deeds of the Assyrians or Romans, 63 2, 104 | performance of certain ~deeds, the observance thereof 64 2, 106 | xxiv) that "as the law of deeds was ~written on tables of 65 2, 107 | they are to achieve manly ~deeds later on.~Aquin.: SMT FS 66 2, 107 | inclined to do virtuous deeds through love of virtue, 67 2, 107 | secondarily in certain ~deeds, moral and sacramental: 68 2, 108 | commands about exterior deeds, but only about interior 69 2, 108 | of the light ~should do deeds of light and cast aside 70 2, 108 | of light and cast aside deeds of darkness, according to ~ 71 2, 108 | added certain outward moral deeds, which were not fixed in 72 2, 108 | from the occasions of evil deeds. In the second place He 73 2, 109 | Fide Orth. ii, 30); whereas deeds of virtue are ~according 74 2, 109 | lifted up so ~as to work deeds meritoriously of everlasting 75 2, 110 | which are ~the principles of deeds, so likewise the virtues, 76 2, 110 | is the principal of vital deeds through the ~medium of the 77 2, 111 | alone can do, in miraculous deeds, ~whether with respect to 78 2, 112 | knowledge which springs from deeds of which we are cognizant. 79 2, 6 | to believe by ~words or deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[6] A[1] 80 2, 10 | whereby they are able to do deeds that are generically good. 81 2, 12 | that external words and deeds should bear witness to the 82 2, 12 | certain ~external words or deeds pertain to unbelief, in 83 2, 13 | only of words but also of deeds, so blasphemy against the 84 2, 13 | pardons sins and rewards good deeds, which hope is removed by " 85 2, 13 | man ~is able to do unjust deeds, yet he cannot all at once 86 2, 18 | certain things, viz. sinful deeds, which no fear should ~drive 87 2, 24 | Further, "love is proved by deeds" as Gregory says in a homily ~ 88 2, 25 | Further, "Love is proved by deeds," as Gregory states (Hom. 89 2, 25 | forestalls him in ~the kindly deeds of charity. Therefore we 90 2, 29 | prevents them from doing ~evil deeds. Yet if their nature be 91 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 1: In all good deeds man's action is not efficacious 92 2, 31 | others, but to hide your evil deeds ~with good teaching, and 93 2, 31 | xv), we learn from ~the deeds of holy men how we ought 94 2, 31 | Holy Writ. Now among the deeds of holy men we find that 95 2, 33 | away entirely from good deeds. Hence the Apostle (2 Cor. 96 2, 35 | things which consist in deeds, viz. schism, ~quarrelling, 97 2, 35 | strife consists in ~external deeds, wherefore it is becoming 98 2, 37 | to peace, which belong to deeds: ~such are schism, strife, 99 2, 39 | certain contradiction of deeds. Wherefore a gloss on Gal. 100 2, 39 | antagonism ~extending to deeds, when one man designs to 101 2, 41 | Wherefore another man's words or deeds can only ~be an imperfect 102 2, 41 | hindered by the words or deeds of others, from ~tending 103 2, 41 | sense), by the words or deeds of others, although there 104 2, 41 | passively ~by the words or deeds of the perfect, according 105 2, 41 | moderation in such words or deeds as come to the knowledge ~ 106 2, 41 | their external words or deeds, these are ~so slight as 107 2, 45 | the mean of reason in his deeds. For though ~the attainment 108 2, 53 | guile may happen also in deeds, according to Ps. ~104:25, " 109 2, 53 | effected by words, or by deeds, whereas "fraud" belongs 110 2, 53 | execution of craftiness by deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 111 2, 53 | applies not ~only to external deeds but also to internal solicitude. 112 2, 57 | unjust man to do unjust deeds?~(3) Whether one can suffer 113 2, 58 | rightly about virtuous ~deeds proceeds, properly speaking, 114 2, 59 | suffer in proportion with his deeds, ~according to Mt. 7:2: " 115 2, 62 | JUSTICE (QQ[64]-81)~(A) BY DEEDS (QQ[64]-66) ~(tm)OF MURDER ( 116 2, 63 | restrain him ~from evil deeds, it would be lawful for 117 2, 63 | only evil but also good ~deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 118 2, 65 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the deeds of holy persons are related 119 2, 70 | dishonored or slighted by deeds more than by words. Therefore 120 2, 70 | consists, not in words but in deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[72] A[ 121 2, 70 | things ~are also signified by deeds, which on this account have 122 2, 70 | wider sense extends ~also to deeds. Wherefore a gloss on Rm. 123 2, 70 | One man slights another by deeds in so far as such deeds ~ 124 2, 70 | deeds in so far as such deeds ~cause or signify that which 125 2, 70 | is reviling, in so far as deeds have the significant ~force 126 2, 71 | fourthly, by ascribing his good deeds to a bad intention. ~Indirectly, 127 2, 73 | ashamed at reprehensible deeds ~being imputed to him - 128 2, 73 | turns men away from good ~deeds, according to Gregory (Moral. 129 2, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, evil deeds are worse than evil words. 130 2, 74 | than evil words. But evil deeds are ~not always mortal sins. 131 2, 77 | easier to refrain from evil deeds than to ~accomplish good 132 2, 77 | than to ~accomplish good deeds. Therefore it is a graver 133 2, 79 | which ~performs certain deeds directed to God: and so 134 2, 80 | consideration of friendly deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[82] A[ 135 2, 81 | whether of words or of ~deeds, the human mind is moved 136 2, 81 | also by doing other good deeds: therefore without any ~ 137 2, 86 | when a man vows ~particular deeds, such as a pilgrimage, or 138 2, 86 | as regards his ~personal deeds, cannot bind himself by 139 2, 92 | and denies the faith by ~deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 140 2, 94 | not ~only words but also deeds were prophetic, as Augustine 141 2, 94 | is lawful to apply those deeds to ~our instruction, as 142 2, 95 | God consists in certain deeds, wherein the ~expected result 143 2, 95 | not consist in ~certain deeds wherein the result is expected 144 2, 95 | God consisted in such like deeds, all who work miracles would 145 2, 95 | not ~consist in such like deeds, wherein the help of God 146 2, 95 | the test by words or by deeds. By words, ~that we may 147 2, 95 | can and ~will grant it: by deeds, when, by what we do, we 148 2, 95 | sometimes by words, sometimes by deeds. Now ~we speak with God 149 2, 95 | tempts God ~explicitly by deeds when he intends, by whatever 150 2, 95 | a man in his prayers or deeds entrusts ~himself to the 151 2, 95 | sometimes tempted by means of deeds, to test ~his ability or 152 2, 95 | uphold or oppose those same deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 153 2, 95 | reverence due to ~God, if by his deeds he professes an error contrary 154 2, 95 | tempts God by words or deeds expresses a doubt of the 155 2, 98 | hypocrites perform spiritual deeds in order that they ~may 156 2, 101 | by word of mouth, or by deeds, for ~instance by bowing, 157 2, 102 | obey others in doing good deeds, for this ~very reason his 158 2, 102 | this ~very reason his good deeds would be rendered less acceptable 159 2, 102 | is assigned to all good deeds that have ~a special reason 160 2, 104 | beneficence consists in deeds, as the word itself ~denotes. 161 2, 106 | rewarded for their good deeds, so are the wicked ~punished 162 2, 106 | punished for their evil deeds. Now the rewarding of the 163 2, 107 | externals, whether words or deeds, are duly ordered in relation 164 2, 108 | only to words but also ~to deeds, since according to the 165 2, 108 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the deeds of holy men are related 166 2, 108 | Lib. De Mend. v), the ~deeds of certain persons are related 167 2, 109 | not only words, but also deeds. ~Accordingly just as it 168 2, 109 | truth to employ signs of deeds or things to signify the 169 2, 109 | by the signs of outward ~deeds. Now it matters not whether 170 2, 109 | be wicked by doing good deeds, and if he do evil deeds, ~ 171 2, 109 | deeds, and if he do evil deeds, ~he is evil. But this argument 172 2, 109 | when by outward signs of ~deeds or things he signifies that 173 2, 109 | dissimulation consists in lying by deeds. But there may be hypocrisy 174 2, 109 | and the outward words, or deeds, or any sensible ~objects 175 2, 109 | by means of any ~virtuous deeds, such as fasting, prayer 176 2, 109 | fasting, prayer and alms deeds, as stated in Mt. ~6:1-18. 177 2, 109 | in words, and by fraud in deeds: and ~it stands in relation 178 2, 110 | very perfect, by outward ~deeds so to seek the glory of 179 2, 112 | another, in point of both deeds and words, so that they 180 2, 112 | merely in outward words or deeds; this has not the perfect ~ 181 2, 112 | show outwardly by words or deeds, even to those who are strangers 182 2, 113 | pleasing others by words or deeds in their ~ordinary behavior 183 2, 116 | kimbikes}], who do illiberal deeds," and of ~those who "batten 184 2, 116 | if he has recourse to ~deeds, and the deceit affects 185 2, 116 | acquiring more ~through sinful deeds, such as whoredom or the 186 2, 121 | rather with a ~man's toilsome deeds and external dangers. Therefore 187 2, 121 | so in things done, human deeds are fashioned by prudence. ~ 188 2, 121 | joy, peace," says that deeds of virtue are called ~"fruits 189 2, 121 | which properly results from ~deeds of virtue, since in them 190 2, 121 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Deeds of virtue are delightful 191 2, 121 | iii, 9) that "to ~perform deeds with pleasure does not happen 192 2, 121 | competent to achieve by itself deeds of fortitude, ~wherein anger 193 2, 121 | are more earnest in doing deeds of ~fortitude on account 194 2, 121 | on account of other good deeds, man encounters ~mortal 195 2, 122 | Further, those virtuous deeds would seem to be of most 196 2, 122 | the faith, but also by deeds, whereby a person shows 197 2, 122 | Him." Thus all virtuous deeds, inasmuch ~as they are referred 198 2, 122 | is actuated to virtuous deeds by the Spirit of Christ, 199 2, 126 | fortitude, which produces brave deeds through fear ~of dishonor 200 2, 126 | fortitude, which ~produces brave deeds as a result of warlike art 201 2, 126 | fortitude which produces brave deeds resulting from passion, ~ 202 2, 126 | magnificence. For in performing deeds of magnificence one ~needs 203 2, 126 | accomplishment of great deeds, ~which belongs to constancy, 204 2, 127 | by the sword." Now, only deeds of virtue are ~worthy of 205 2, 127 | is intent on doing great ~deeds in every virtue, in so far, 206 2, 127 | instruments of ~virtuous deeds: since we can easily accomplish 207 2, 127 | accomplishment of virtuous deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 208 2, 128 | whether in words ~or in deeds, without any considerations 209 2, 129 | presumptuous man attempts great deeds ~beyond his ability. The 210 2, 130 | virtuous who does virtuous deeds for ~the sake of human glory, 211 2, 130 | he directs even virtuous deeds thereto, and, in order to ~ 212 2, 130 | this is boasting, or by deeds, and then if ~they be true 213 2, 130 | another. Fourthly as regards deeds, ~and this is "disobedience," 214 2, 132 | wherewithal to perform magnificent deeds. ~Nevertheless every liberal 215 2, 135 | above or other virtuous deeds, so far as necessity ~requires.~ 216 2, 135 | works, but only in great ~deeds, which pertain to magnificence. 217 2, 135 | difficult to persist in great deeds: yet in ~little or ordinary 218 2, 135 | yet in ~little or ordinary deeds, it is difficult to persist 219 2, 135 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, sinful deeds are sometimes more difficult 220 2, 135 | sometimes more difficult than deeds of ~virtue: hence it is 221 2, 135 | some persevere in sinful deeds ~without the help of another. 222 2, 135 | man can also persevere in deeds of ~virtue without the help 223 2, 137 | is the end of all good ~deeds, and the release from all 224 2, 137 | not ~merely to do virtuous deeds, which receive the common 225 2, 137 | related to ~all virtuous deeds according to Ethic. v, 1, 226 2, 142 | a habit of praiseworthy deeds is a virtue, ~according 227 2, 142 | OBJ 3: Further, virtuous deeds are not disgraceful but 228 2, 142 | ashamed to do virtuous ~deeds, according to Lk. 9:26, " 229 2, 142 | does not regard virtuous deeds as such. Yet ~it happens 230 2, 142 | hypocritical for doing virtuous ~deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[144] A[ 231 2, 142 | connected who perform ~like deeds. Now man is not made ashamed 232 2, 142 | better acquainted with our deeds: whereas strangers and ~ 233 2, 143 | instruments of virtuous deeds, as stated above (A[1], 234 2, 148 | whereby he performs virtuous deeds and avoids sin, and thus 235 2, 156 | considered as proceeding to deeds; and thus anger ~gives rise 236 2, 159 | Modesty as affecting words or deeds; (4) Modesty as affecting 237 2, 159 | outward signs in words, deeds, and gestures, which manifest 238 2, 159 | signs. One of ~these regards deeds, namely that in one's work 239 2, 159 | it consist of ~words or deeds. For as Gregory says (Regist. 240 2, 160 | accomplishment of evil ~deeds, whereas pride lies in wait 241 2, 160 | pride lies in wait for good deeds to destroy them." ~Therefore 242 2, 160 | occasion even from good deeds, as stated (A[5], ad 3). 243 2, 160 | it "lies in wait for good deeds"; and it is written ~(Ps. 244 2, 160 | originates from just and virtuous deeds, so that its guilt is less ~ 245 2, 161 | give an ~example of good deeds to his wife, that she may 246 2, 165 | be ~encouraged to better deeds by the deeds of our neighbor - 247 2, 165 | encouraged to better deeds by the deeds of our neighbor - or for 248 2, 166 | may arise from words or deeds in reference to ~others 249 2, 166 | consists in playful words or deeds. Therefore it becomes a 250 2, 166 | 4~Now such like words or deeds wherein nothing further 251 2, 166 | in indecent or injurious deeds or words. ~Wherefore Tully 252 2, 166 | whereby he gives his words and deeds a cheerful turn: and ~inasmuch 253 2, 166 | playful or jesting words or deeds are dirigible according 254 2, 166 | employs indecent words or deeds, or such as are injurious 255 2, 166 | use no unlawful words or deeds in order to amuse, and ~ 256 2, 167 | Ethic. ii, 7) assigns to ~deeds and words, which are indications 257 2, 172 | prophecy consists of words, deeds, dreams, and ~visions. Therefore 258 2, 172 | than according to words and deeds.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 259 2, 172 | only sees signs of words or deeds, but also, either awake 260 2, 172 | Reply OBJ 3: The words and deeds mentioned there do not pertain 261 2, 172 | sometimes by words, sometimes by deeds. Now ~this announcement, 262 2, 176 | are not true but imaginary deeds, because ~they delude man 263 2, 176 | while others are ~true deeds, yet they have not the character 264 2, 176 | deceived into thinking such deeds to imply greater gifts than 265 2, 176 | greater gifts than the ~deeds of righteousness whereby 266 2, 179 | numerous offspring of good ~deeds." Now this would seem to 267 2, 182 | but also in ~deceitful deeds," according to Ambrose in 268 2, 182 | from the arduousness of deeds; ~whereas for those who 269 2, 183 | 1/1 ~OBJ 4: Further, the deeds of the saints related in 270 2, 184 | they possess, by their good deeds offer ~sacrifice, since 271 2, 184 | sins if he does some good ~deeds, according to 2 Paralip 272 2, 185 | teaching men should do no deeds of ~holiness for the sake 273 2, 185 | can gather from ~his other deeds whether his behavior is 274 3, 1 | refuse to return by ~evil deeds to your former worthlessness." 275 3, 4 | Volusianum cxxxvii): "In deeds wrought miraculously the 276 3, 12 | increased He wrought greater deeds, and showed greater knowledge 277 3, 13 | and such like miraculous deeds, which He ~could not effect 278 3, 36 | gifts known by words and deeds, wisdom and grace would 279 3, 41 | devil, not by ~powerful deeds, but rather by suffering 280 3, 42 | us to read concerning His deeds and words."~Aquin.: SMT 281 3, 43 | miracles. For ~Christ's deeds should have been consistent 282 3, 43 | these words, it was the deeds and works of His words ~ 283 3, 46 | suitably performed than deeds ~of violence, because violence 284 3, 51 | wrought strenuously, their deeds shine forth in their ~lifetime; 285 3, 51 | soon as they die, their deeds go with them. But it is ~ 286 3, 55 | in the literal sense. And deeds, like words, are ~feigned 287 3, 61 | action, consisting in sinful deeds.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[61] A[ 288 3, 69 | increase of virtue and good deeds in Baptism."~Aquin.: SMT 289 3, 78 | Him, just as His ~other deeds and sayings derive their 290 3, 80 | sinners: whereas hidden deeds may not be published, but 291 3, 82 | be ~proved full of guilty deeds?" Consequently, the Eucharist 292 3, 83 | Further, Christ's words and deeds are made known to us through ~ 293 3, 84 | whether it consist of words or deeds, must needs be the matter ~ 294 3, 85 | moreover it is ~about evil deeds, viz. sins, which have no 295 3, 85 | previously committed evil deeds, ~of which it behooves us 296 3, 89 | does not rejoice in just deeds." Now many penitents find ~ 297 3, 89 | difficulty in performing deeds of virtue. Therefore the 298 3, 89 | finds difficulty in doing deeds of virtue. Nevertheless, 299 3, 89 | and alms, vigils and holy deeds." The same is expressed ( 300 3, 89 | Para. 1/1~Whether virtuous deeds done in charity can be deadened?~ 301 3, 89 | would seem that virtuous deeds done in charity cannot be ~ 302 3, 89 | Since therefore virtuous deeds, after ~being done, are 303 3, 89 | 2: Further, by virtuous deeds done in charity, man merits 304 3, 89 | not possible ~for virtuous deeds done in charity to be deadened 305 3, 89 | Therefore it seems that deeds done ~in charity cannot 306 3, 89 | takes away grace. Wherefore deeds done in charity are said ~ 307 3, 89 | Reply OBJ 1: Just as sinful deeds pass as to the act but remain 308 3, 89 | remain as to ~guilt, so deeds done in charity, after passing, 309 3, 89 | of the strength of sinful deeds that ~deeds, previously 310 3, 89 | strength of sinful deeds that ~deeds, previously done in charity, 311 3, 89 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether deeds deadened by sin, are revived 312 3, 89 | OBJ 1: It would seem that deeds deadened by sin are not 313 3, 89 | subsequent Penance, so ~are deeds previously done in charity, 314 3, 89 | seems that neither are dead deeds revived by charity.~Aquin.: 315 3, 89 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, deeds are said to be deadened 316 3, 89 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, deeds done in charity are deserving 317 3, 89 | works; so that it seems that deeds ~deadened by sin are not 318 3, 89 | Therefore meritorious ~deeds done before are revived 319 3, 89 | thereby. Hence it follows that deeds previously deadened, ~recover, 320 3, 89 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Deeds done in charity are not 321 3, 89 | sinner, among his many evil ~deeds, doing that which is right, 322 3, 89 | to forget the ~few good deeds on account of his many evil 323 3, 89 | account of his many evil deeds." Now this seems to be ~ 324 3, 89 | chiefly when past evil "deeds" are removed by Penance. ~ 325 3, 89 | God rewards the former deeds ~done in the state of sin, 326 3, 89 | God remembers the good deeds a man does when in a state 327 3, 90 | words, and satisfaction in deeds; so that the two latter 328 Suppl, 1 | co-operated in the sinful deeds. Nevertheless this sorrow 329 Suppl, 14| one of whom does many ~deeds that are good in themselves 330 Suppl, 14| advised to do any good ~deeds. Now he that is nearer to 331 Suppl, 14| more, therefore, do good deeds void ~punishment.~Aquin.: 332 Suppl, 16| in bewailing one's evil deeds: whereas the innocent have ~ 333 Suppl, 25| shares in all the good ~deeds done, provided he have charity: 334 Suppl, 37| who sets himself to do deeds of perfection by ~the vow 335 Suppl, 69| which are the ends of their deeds. Wherefore just as a body ~ 336 Suppl, 71| is ~praised for another's deeds save accidentally in so 337 Suppl, 71| somewhat ~the cause of those deeds, by giving counsel, assistance, 338 Suppl, 71| acquire some advantage from deeds of another.~~Aquin.: SMT 339 Suppl, 71| etc. Or we may reply that deeds done on their behalf are 340 Suppl, 71| Although the communion of civic deeds whereof the ~Philosopher 341 Suppl, 71| naught for himself by his ~deeds. Much less, therefore, can 342 Suppl, 72| they were cognizant of our deeds, much ~more would they watch 343 Suppl, 72| it would seem ~that our deeds and prayers are not known 344 Suppl, 72| have ~no knowledge of the deeds of the living.~Aquin.: SMT 345 Suppl, 72| justly judge and try their deeds. And when the guilt ~or 346 Suppl, 77| co-operated in any, nor for evil deeds, since the ~punishment of 347 Suppl, 77| substance of flesh and blood but deeds of flesh and blood, which 348 Suppl, 77| blood, which are ~either deeds of sin or the operations 349 Suppl, 78| invite them to shameful deeds which are the cause ~of 350 Suppl, 84| as a book containing his deeds on which judgment ~will 351 Suppl, 84| cause all to recall their deeds, and this energy, in so 352 Suppl, 84| it reminds a man of his deeds, is called the "book of 353 Suppl, 84| be able to recollect his deeds. Nevertheless, as Augustine 354 Suppl, 84| bear certain marks of the deeds ~done by him; and it does 355 Suppl, 84| things of darkness," says: "Deeds and thoughts both good and 356 Suppl, 84| able then to see all ~their deeds at the same time.~Aquin.: 357 Suppl, 84| the Judge, all their evil ~deeds will stand before their 358 Suppl, 84| should be read containing the deeds of each ~individual written 359 Suppl, 85| for their good ~or evil deeds. Therefore it would seem 360 Suppl, 85| Judge's words, since all the deeds of other men ~will be known 361 Suppl, 85| place mentally. For ~if the deeds of each individual were 362 Suppl, 85| telling by word of mouth the deeds of each ~individual, than 363 Suppl, 85| their ~own and of others' deeds, as a result of the Divine 364 Suppl, 86| but "as witnesses of men's deeds because it ~was under their 365 Suppl, 86| whom they ~have prompted to deeds of merit, while the wicked 366 Suppl, 86| they have incited ~to evil deeds. Consequently the judgment 367 Suppl, 86| were concerned ~in men's deeds.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 368 Suppl, 91| the blessed do not see the deeds of ~wayfarers: wherefore 369 Suppl, 93| those who perform special deeds, for ~instance a crown to 370 Suppl, 93| is in the performance of ~deeds," as Gregory says (Hom. 371 Suppl, 93| among the spiritual alms deeds [*Cf. SS, ~Q[32], A[2]].~ 372 Suppl, 95| conscience suffers remorse for deeds done against God. Therefore


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