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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 36 | Trin. xii): "Keep me, I pray, in this ~expression of 2 1, 63 | chosen; as if one were to ~pray, without heeding the order 3 1, 64 | chosen; as if one were to ~pray, without heeding the order 4 1, 83 | where ~do we see this, I pray? Neither do I see it in 5 2, 12 | intention. ~Or because, when we pray, we direct our intention 6 2, 102 | reverence for the place, pray more devoutly, so as to 7 2, 103 | for sin "the ~priest shall pray for him . . . and it shall 8 2, 105 | For this too did Moses pray (Num. 27:16): ~"May the 9 2, 109 | know not what we should pray for ~as we ought"; since 10 2, 113 | for thy former sins also pray ~that they may be forgiven 11 2, 114 | he had previously said: "Pray one for another, that you 12 2, 8 | who have ~faith ought to pray that they may understand, 13 2, 16 | it is lawful for man to pray God not only for eternal 14 2, 16 | Reply OBJ 2: We ought not to pray God for any other goods, 15 2, 16 | other things, for which we pray God, it regards secondarily ~ 16 2, 16 | according to James 5:16: ~"Pray for one another that you 17 2, 16 | 2]). But it is lawful to pray to a man for something. 18 2, 17 | others, else they ~would not pray for them. Therefore there 19 2, 24 | neighbors in general, as when we pray for all the faithful, or 20 2, 29 | in general, as when we ~pray for all, for unbelievers 21 2, 30 | trouble and annoy us, and to ~pray for all, which are all contained 22 2, 30 | pardon, forbear, and to pray," yet so that ~counsel includes 23 2, 30 | corporal ~alms, is moved to pray for his benefactor; wherefore 24 2, 74 | indeed we are ~bound to pray that all may be delivered 25 2, 79 | worship, to serve, to vow, to pray, to sacrifice and many ~ 26 2, 81 | Whether it is fitting to pray to God?~(3) Whether prayer 27 2, 81 | 4) Whether we ought to pray to God alone?~(5) Whether 28 2, 81 | something definite when we pray?~(6) Whether we ought to 29 2, 81 | temporal things when we pray?~(7) Whether we ought to 30 2, 81 | 7) Whether we ought to pray for others?~(8) Whether 31 2, 81 | 8) Whether we ought to pray for our enemies?~(9) Of 32 2, 81 | Whether the saints in heaven pray for us?~(12) Whether prayer 33 2, 81 | says (Etym. x) that "to pray is to speak." Now ~speech 34 2, 81 | Orth. iii, 24) that "to ~pray is to ask becoming things 35 2, 81 | petition, because when we pray we ought ~principally to 36 2, 81 | Whether it is becoming to pray?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 37 2, 81 | that it is unbecoming to pray. Prayer seems to be ~necessary 38 2, 81 | to the person to whom ~we pray. But according to Mt. 6: 39 2, 81 | Therefore it is not becoming to pray to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 40 2, 81 | of the person to whom we ~pray, so that he may do what 41 2, 81 | not fitting that we should pray to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 42 2, 81 | would seem unbecoming to pray to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 43 2, 81 | 1): "We ought always to pray, and ~not to faint."~Aquin.: 44 2, 81 | follow that it is useless to pray and to worship God at ~all: 45 2, 81 | regard to prayer. For we ~pray not that we may change the 46 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 1: We need to pray to God, not in order to 47 2, 81 | 1/1~Whether we ought to pray to God alone?~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 81 | would seem that we ought to pray to God alone. Prayer is 49 2, 81 | religion. Therefore we should pray to God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 81 | Further, it is useless to pray to one who is ignorant of 51 2, 81 | 1 Cor. ~14:15), "I will pray with the spirit, I will 52 2, 81 | with the spirit, I will pray also with the ~understanding": 53 2, 81 | Therefore we ought to pray to God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 81 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if we pray to any of the saints, this 55 2, 81 | grace, and yet we do ~not pray to them. Therefore neither 56 2, 81 | Therefore neither should we pray to the saints who are ~in 57 2, 81 | But in the ~second way we pray to the saints, whether angels 58 2, 81 | ask any of the saints "to pray for us."~Aquin.: SMT SS 59 2, 81 | we seek to obtain what we pray for, because by so doing 60 2, 81 | something definite when we pray?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 61 2, 81 | anything definite when ~we pray to God. According to Damascene ( 62 2, 81 | Fide Orth. iii, 24), "to pray ~is to ask becoming things 63 2, 81 | wherefore it is useless to pray for ~what is inexpedient, 64 2, 81 | know not what we ~should pray for as we ought." Therefore 65 2, 81 | anything ~definite when we pray.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 66 2, 81 | anything definite when we pray.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 67 2, 81 | each one whereas when we pray we ~frequently ask for what 68 2, 81 | seek absolutely when they pray, ~as in Ps. 79:4, "Show 69 2, 81 | himself know what he ought to pray ~for, "the Spirit," as stated 70 2, 81 | temporal things when we pray.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 71 2, 81 | 12): "It is lawful to pray for what it is lawful to 72 2, 81 | Accordingly we ought to pray that ~we may keep these 73 2, 81 | 1/1~Whether we ought to pray for others?~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 81 | seem that we ought not to pray for others. In praying we ~ 75 2, 81 | Therefore we should not pray for ~others.~Aquin.: SMT 76 2, 81 | may be heard is that one pray for ~oneself, wherefore 77 2, 81 | seem that we ought not to pray for others, but ~only for 78 2, 81 | Further, we are forbidden to pray for others, if they are 79 2, 81 | Therefore do not then pray for this people . . ~. and 80 2, 81 | hand ~we are not bound to pray for the good, since they 81 2, 81 | they are heard when they ~pray for themselves. Therefore 82 2, 81 | seem that we ought not to pray ~for others.~Aquin.: SMT 83 2, 81 | is written (James 5:16): "Pray one for another, that ~you 84 2, 81 | stated above (A[6]), when we pray we ought to ask for ~what 85 2, 81 | Therefore charity requires us to pray for others. Hence ~Chrysostom 86 2, 81 | Necessity binds us to pray for ourselves, ~fraternal 87 2, 81 | fraternal charity urges us to pray for others: and the prayer 88 2, 81 | unity ~did not wish us to pray privately, that is for ourselves 89 2, 81 | for He ~wished each one to pray for all, even as He Himself 90 2, 81 | condition of prayer that one pray for oneself: not ~as though 91 2, 81 | sometimes happens that we pray for another with piety ~ 92 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 3: We ought to pray even for sinners, that they 93 2, 81 | holiness. Yet those who pray are heard not for all sinners 94 2, 81 | Para. 2/2 ~We ought also to pray for the just for three reasons: 95 2, 81 | the ~lesser brethren to pray for him, for many lesser 96 2, 81 | 1/1~Whether we ought to pray for our enemies?~Aquin.: 97 2, 81 | seem that we ought not to pray for our enemies. ~According 98 2, 81 | Therefore we too should pray ~against rather than for 99 2, 81 | Therefore we should not pray for our enemies, but against 100 2, 81 | Therefore we should not pray for our enemies.~Aquin.: 101 2, 81 | is written (Mt. 5:44): "Pray for them that persecute ~ 102 2, 81 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, To pray for another is an act of 103 2, 81 | Wherefore we are bound to pray for our enemies in the same 104 2, 81 | and not of obligation, to pray for them ~individually, 105 2, 81 | Probam Ep. cxxx, 12), "if we pray rightly and fittingly, we 106 2, 81 | they ~that mourn, let us pray that His will be done, for 107 2, 81 | they that hunger, let us ~pray that our daily bread be 108 2, 81 | the ~pure in heart, let us pray lest we have a double heart 109 2, 81 | children ~of God, let us pray to be delivered from evil: 110 2, 81 | is competent to them to pray: for the Son said (Jn. 14: 111 2, 81 | same subject is fitted to pray as is fitted to call ~upon 112 2, 81 | The Son ~is said to ask or pray in respect of His assumed, 113 2, 81 | Whether the saints in heaven pray for us?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 114 2, 81 | saints in heaven do not pray for us. A ~man's action 115 2, 81 | themselves, neither do they pray for ~themselves, since they 116 2, 81 | Neither ~therefore do they pray for us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 117 2, 81 | useless for the saints to pray for us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 118 2, 81 | those in Purgatory do not pray ~for us, on the contrary 119 2, 81 | for us, on the contrary we pray for them. Therefore neither 120 2, 81 | do the saints ~in heaven pray for us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 121 2, 81 | if the saints in heaven pray for us, the prayers of the ~ 122 2, 81 | the souls ~of the saints pray for us, so long as they 123 2, 81 | Peter, but on his soul, to pray ~for us: yet the Church 124 2, 81 | saints therefore do not ~pray for us, at least before 125 2, 81 | that "while we live, we can pray one for ~another; but that 126 2, 81 | prayers are granted when they ~pray for their blood to be avenged." 127 2, 81 | in heaven, the ~more they pray for wayfarers, since the 128 2, 81 | solicitous for themselves, can pray for others, how much more 129 2, 81 | glory, and for this they pray. But they ~pray for us who 130 2, 81 | this they pray. But they ~pray for us who lack the ultimate 131 2, 81 | their prayers: and they pray for that which they deem 132 2, 81 | are not in a condition to ~pray, but rather in a condition 133 2, 81 | condition that requires us to pray for them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 134 2, 81 | them, wherefore we ought to pray not only to the ~higher 135 2, 81 | while living merited to pray for ~us, that we invoke 136 2, 81 | But thou, when thou shalt pray, enter into thy chamber, 137 2, 81 | and ~having shut the door, pray to thy Father in secret." 138 2, 81 | single person, whether he pray for himself or for others; 139 2, 81 | the ~devotion of those who pray: but words signifying some 140 2, 81 | Our Lord forbids one to pray ~in presence of others in 141 2, 81 | others. Hence when ~you pray, do nothing strange to draw 142 2, 81 | wandering of the ~mind when they pray, according to Ps. 39:13, " 143 2, 81 | written (1 Cor. 14:14): "If I pray ~in a tongue . . . my understanding 144 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To pray in spirit and in truth is 145 2, 81 | Rule (Ep. ccxi): "When you pray God with psalms and ~hymns, 146 2, 81 | sin that you are unable to pray attentively, strive as much 147 2, 81 | would seem that we ought to pray continually. ~For our Lord 148 2, 81 | 1): "We ought always to pray, and not to ~faint": and 149 2, 81 | written (1 Thess. 5:17): "Pray without ceasing."~Aquin.: 150 2, 81 | Probam. Ep. cxxx, 9), "we pray to God ~with our lips at 151 2, 81 | ad Probam. Ep. cxxx), "to pray with many ~words is not 152 2, 81 | words is not the same as to pray long; to speak long is one 153 2, 81 | praying say little, yet pray much so ~long as your attention 154 2, 81 | too many words: whereas to pray much is to knock at ~the 155 2, 81 | knock at ~the door of Him we pray, by the continuous and devout 156 2, 81 | no ~other words when we pray, but that in our prayers 157 2, 81 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: One may pray continually, either through 158 2, 81 | a man incites another to pray for ~him, even after he 159 2, 81 | for the thing. that we pray to be accomplished belongs 160 2, 81 | reference to God to Whom we pray; that is, we need to ~believe 161 2, 81 | grace of ~God to Whom we pray, and Who instigates us to 162 2, 81 | and Who instigates us to pray. Wherefore Augustine ~says ( 163 2, 81 | expedient. If, however, we pray for something that is useful 164 2, 81 | not always heard when we pray for others, as stated above ( 165 2, 81 | Fide Orth. iii, 24), "to pray ~is to ask becoming things 166 2, 82 | to 1 Cor. 14:15, "I ~will pray with the spirit, I will 167 2, 82 | with the spirit, I will pray also with the understanding." ~ 168 2, 82 | consecrated, so that those who pray there conceive a greater 169 2, 88 | the contrary, Even when we pray God we implore Him by certain 170 2, 93 | use no sacrifice, nor to pray to any spirit for their ~ 171 2, 95 | with God in words when we pray. Hence a man tempts God ~ 172 2, 95 | what God taught ~him to pray for, yet does not what God 173 2, 95 | that "to tempt God is to pray to Him deceitfully, with ~ 174 2, 95 | above "to tempt God is to ~pray to Him inordinately." Now 175 2, 95 | Him inordinately." Now to pray to God becomingly is an 176 2, 95 | OBJ 3: A man is said to pray deceitfully, not in relation 177 2, 98 | the ~poor with the mind to pray for them freely and out 178 2, 145 | went out into a mountain to pray": and Ambrose [*Exposit. 179 2, 166 | says (Music. ii, 15): "I pray thee, spare ~thyself at 180 2, 185 | baptize, give communion, pray for ~sinners, impose penance, 181 2, 186 | out into a ~mountain to pray; and He passed the whole 182 2, 187 | Paulin. liii): "Hasten, I pray thee, cut off rather than ~ 183 3, 13 | out into a mountain to ~pray, and He passed the whole 184 3, 21 | becoming that Christ should pray?~(2) Whether it pertains 185 3, 21 | it is becoming to Him to pray for Himself or only for 186 3, 21 | is becoming of Christ to pray?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 187 3, 21 | unbecoming that Christ should pray. For, as ~Damascene says ( 188 3, 21 | fitting that Christ should pray.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 189 3, 21 | happen; thus, we do not pray that the sun may rise tomorrow. 190 3, 21 | fitting that Christ should pray.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 191 3, 21 | nowise ~belong to Him to pray, since the Divine will of 192 3, 21 | by Divine power, hence to pray ~belongs to Christ as man 193 3, 21 | it pertains to Christ to pray according to His sensuality?~ 194 3, 21 | it pertains to Christ to pray according to His ~sensuality. 195 3, 21 | the rest of ~men do not pray with their sensuality. Therefore, 196 3, 21 | Therefore, neither did Christ pray ~according to His sensuality.~ 197 3, 21 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, To pray according to sensuality 198 3, 21 | this sense Christ did not pray with His sensuality, since 199 3, 21 | us the ~sensuality cannot pray for two reasons; first because 200 3, 21 | Secondly, we may be said to pray according to the sensuality 201 3, 21 | fitting that Christ should pray for Himself?~Aquin.: SMT 202 3, 21 | fitting that Christ should pray for ~Himself. For Hilary 203 3, 21 | not fitting that He should pray for Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 204 3, 21 | when we prayed we should pray for ourselves alone." Now ~ 205 3, 21 | ad 1) Christ ~wished to pray to His Father in order to 206 3, 21 | fitting that He should pray to Him for it.~Aquin.: SMT 207 3, 21 | pass from Him, He does not pray that it may pass by Him, ~ 208 3, 21 | OBJ 2: Our Lord did not pray for all those who crucified 209 3, 22 | unbelievers, for ~whose sins we pray that they be converted; 210 3, 22 | the ~priest's office to pray for the people, according 211 3, 22 | goeth into the sanctuary to pray for himself and ~his house, 212 3, 22 | befitting to everyone to pray both for himself ~and for 213 3, 22 | according to James 5:16: "Pray for one another that you ~ 214 3, 25 | we speak to the cross and pray to it, as to the ~Crucified 215 3, 31 | a prophet; and he shall ~pray for thee." Lastly David 216 3, 39 | after baptism man needs to pray continually, in order to 217 3, 40 | went out into a mountain to pray; and He passed the whole ~ 218 3, 43 | 2: Further, God does not pray. But Christ sometimes prayed 219 3, 43 | not because He needed to pray, but because He wished to ~ 220 3, 43 | wished to ~teach us how to pray. Wherefore He said: "Because 221 3, 47 | observed that He does not pray for them who, ~understanding 222 3, 50 | death we say: "Saint Peter, pray for us." But the Son of 223 3, 80 | Lk. 11:3), teaches us to pray, "Give us this day our ~ 224 3, 83 | Hence our Lord teaches us to pray (Lk. ~11:3): "Give us this 225 3, 83 | unfitting for the ~priest to pray that this sacrifice may 226 3, 83 | by reason of ~which we pray for mercy, saying: "Lord, 227 3, 83 | priest does not seem to pray there for the consecration 228 3, 83 | OBJ 9: The priest does not pray that the sacramental species 229 3, 83 | triumphant, unto which we pray to be translated, or else 230 3, 83 | and again in the Secrets, 'Pray ye for me,' it is most becoming ~ 231 3, 84 | sin, and the priest shall pray for him, because he ~did 232 3, 84 | especially as He teaches us to pray (Mt. 6:12): ~"Forgive us 233 3, 86 | the debts, for which we pray for pardon when we ~say 234 3, 88 | among our debts, since we pray in their regard: ~"Forgive 235 Suppl, 8 | baptize, give communion, pray for sinners, impose penances, 236 Suppl, 15| any of you sad? Let ~him pray. Is he cheerful in mind? 237 Suppl, 21| orare," i.e. we ~must not pray with them; "vale," we must 238 Suppl, 31| in whose person he can pray ~as a public official, whereas 239 Suppl, 64| Although one is not bound to pray at all hours, one is ~bound 240 Suppl, 64| precept that binds us to pray, and ~therefore we are bound 241 Suppl, 64| time when one is bound to pray, as neither ought one ~at 242 Suppl, 71| liberality of God Whom we pray, it may extend to whatever 243 Suppl, 71| and ~wholesome thought to pray for the dead that they may 244 Suppl, 71| profit those for whom they pray, they would be ~heard by 245 Suppl, 71| this reason ~the saints pray not for dead unbelieving 246 Suppl, 71| does the Church ~intend to pray for them, as appears from 247 Suppl, 71| xvii): "It is insulting to pray for a martyr in ~church, 248 Suppl, 71| directly still to that which we pray for. Hence these three are ~ 249 Suppl, 71| serve the holy place, and pray more ~frequently and more 250 Suppl, 71| thereby and consequently to pray, or in so far as the ~outlay 251 Suppl, 71| than ~common suffrages, and pray more fervently for their 252 Suppl, 72| we should beseech them to pray for us?~(3) Whether the 253 Suppl, 72| our regard they would ~not pray for us, since they would 254 Suppl, 72| call upon the saints to pray for us?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 255 Suppl, 72| call upon the saints to pray ~for us. For no man asks 256 Suppl, 72| asks anyone's friends to pray for him, except in so ~far 257 Suppl, 72| ought to beseech them to pray for us, this is only ~because 258 Suppl, 72| it is competent to Him to pray. Yet we never call upon ~ 259 Suppl, 72| never call upon ~Christ to pray for us. Therefore neither 260 Suppl, 72| all. Now the saints would pray for us just the same, ~or 261 Suppl, 72| the same, ~or would not pray for us at all, whether we 262 Suppl, 72| for us at all, whether we pray to them or not: for if ~ 263 Suppl, 72| their prayers, they would pray for us even though we ~prayed 264 Suppl, 72| while if we be unworthy they pray not for us even ~though 265 Suppl, 72| unnecessary to call ~on them to pray for us.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 266 Suppl, 72| Therefore when we wish to pray God, we should turn ~to 267 Suppl, 72| the saints, that they may pray God for us.~Aquin.: SMT 268 Suppl, 72| were, when we ask them to ~pray for us.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 269 Suppl, 72| sometimes profitable to pray to the lesser; and this ~ 270 Suppl, 72| were we to say: "Christ, pray for us," except we ~added 271 Suppl, 72| Church says ~not: "Christ, pray for us," but "Christ, hear 272 Suppl, 72| it is not unnecessary to pray to the saints.~Aquin.: SMT 273 Suppl, 72| not always heard when they pray God for us.~Aquin.: SMT 274 Suppl, 72| always heard by God when they pray for us.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 275 Suppl, 72| he wills. Therefore they pray not save for ~what they 276 Suppl, 72| then the saints in heaven pray for those who are in ~purgatory 277 Suppl, 72| that while we live, we can pray for one another, but that 278 Suppl, 72| while ~yet in the body can pray for others, while they are 279 Suppl, 72| The saints are said to pray for us in two ways. First, 280 Suppl, 72| far ~as they are said to pray for us by reason of their 281 Suppl, 72| behalf. But in so far as they pray for us by asking something 282 Suppl, 72| and so neither do they pray for aught else. Nor is their ~ 283 Suppl, 96| in this life makes them pray ~for their enemies. Now 284 Suppl, 96| life. ~Therefore they will pray then for their enemies who 285 Suppl, 96| the saints in this life pray for their enemies, that 286 Suppl, 96| death, we should no more pray ~for them than for the demons. 287 Suppl, 96| For that which we have to pray for them is, as the ~Apostle 288 Appen2, 1| and wholesome ~thought to pray for the dead, that they 289 Appen2, 1| Now ~there is no need to pray for the dead who are in


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