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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 36 | legend of St. Andrew: ~"Peace be to you and to all who 2 1, 49 | creating darkness, making peace, and creating ~evil." And 3 1, 52 | dwell herein, keep us in ~peace."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 4 1, 50 | creating darkness, making peace, and creating ~evil." And 5 1, 53 | dwell herein, keep us in ~peace."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[52] A[ 6 1, 95 | love, which is the bond of peace. Therefore all were ~equal 7 1, 102 | to consist in order, and ~peace which is the "tranquillity 8 1, 102 | multitude is unity, or ~peace. Now the proper cause of 9 1, 112 | Is. 33:7): "The angels of peace shall weep ~bitterly." But 10 1, 112 | allegorical sense the "angels of peace" are the apostles ~and preachers 11 1, 112 | Job 25:2): "Who maketh peace in His high ~places." But 12 1, 112 | But strife is opposed to peace. Therefore among the high 13 2, 3 | s happiness consists in ~peace; wherefore it is written ( 14 2, 3 | 147:3): "Who hath placed peace in thy ~end [Douay: 'borders']". 15 2, 3 | Douay: 'borders']". But peace pertains to the will. Therefore 16 2, 3 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Peace pertains to man's last end, 17 2, 3 | last end, he remains at peace, his desire being ~at rest.~ 18 2, 4 | and (Heb. 12:14): "Follow peace with all ~men, and holiness; 19 2, 11 | Spirit is charity, joy, peace," and other like ~things, 20 2, 66 | justice, "both in war ~and in peace." After fortitude comes 21 2, 69 | e.g. poverty, mourning, and peace. ~Therefore the beatitudes 22 2, 69 | effect of the active life is peace, according to Is. 32:17: " 23 2, 69 | work ~of justice shall be peace": hence the seventh beatitude 24 2, 69 | see God. ~Again, to make peace either in oneself or among 25 2, 69 | is the God of unity and peace. Hence, as a reward, ~he 26 2, 70 | the perfection of joy is ~peace in two respects. First, 27 2, 70 | heart is perfectly set at peace in one object, he cannot 28 2, 70 | written ~(Ps. 118:165): "Much peace have they that love Thy 29 2, 70 | the object of his joy. Now peace implies these two things, 30 2, 70 | after charity and joy, "peace" is ~given the third place. 31 2, 70 | reduced to charity, joy and peace. The reason why ~he mentions 32 2, 70 | given ~to charity, joy, and peace: to which, fornication, 33 2, 70 | Gospel of God, is opposed to peace. Against ~witchcrafts, enmities, 34 2, 87 | things'], and ~holdest Thy peace, when the wicked man oppresseth [ 35 2, 93 | Governor, for by Him the peace of ~the universe is administered."~ 36 2, 95 | evil-doing, and leave others in peace, and that they ~themselves, 37 2, 95 | order that man might have peace and ~virtue, it was necessary 38 2, 96 | common good of justice and peace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 39 2, 102 | people was one of great peace. And then for ~the first 40 2, 102 | to show that they are at ~peace with one another, according 41 2, 102 | to Job 25:2: "Who maketh peace in . . . ~high places." 42 2, 102 | uniting of the ~people and the peace granted to them in the Land 43 2, 102 | asunder the unity of faith and peace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 44 2, 105 | of constitution ensures peace ~among the people, commends 45 2, 105 | cannot live ~together in peace, if one man takes what belongs 46 2, 105 | suitable provisions ~for man's peace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 47 2, 105 | cause a disturbance of the peace: for ~among well-behaved 48 2, 105 | little does not disturb the ~peace; in fact, it rather strengthens 49 2, 105 | first make an ~offer of peace. Secondly, it enjoined that 50 2, 108 | drink; ~but justice and peace and joy in the Holy Ghost." 51 2, 108 | internal ~righteousness, peace, and spiritual joy, all 52 2, 108 | incompatible with righteousness, peace, and spiritual joy, are 53 2, 110 | 1:7, "Grace to you and peace," the gloss says: ~"Grace, 54 2, 110 | the remission of sins, and peace for our reconciliation with 55 2, 110 | not take it to mean that peace and reconciliation do not 56 2, 110 | not pertain ~to general peace, but that the special name 57 2, 112 | by faith, let us have peace," etc. the gloss says: ~" 58 2, 113 | soul of the ~offender is at peace with the offended. Hence 59 2, 113 | remitted to us, when ~God is at peace with us, and this peace 60 2, 113 | peace with us, and this peace consists in the love whereby 61 2, 113 | therefore by ~faith, let us have peace with God."~Aquin.: SMT FS 62 2, 1 | the Church was already at peace, it is sung ~publicly in 63 2, 4 | therefore by faith let us ~have peace," etc. Therefore faith is 64 2, 9 | spiritual joy. Hence spiritual peace and the resulting joy correspond ~ 65 2, 10 | did not deserve to have ~peace, unless his son Absalom 66 2, 11 | been done for the good of ~peace. But when they fall again, 67 2, 22 | applies rather ~to joy and peace. Therefore it seems that 68 2, 22 | be said rather of joy and peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 69 2, 24 | Now the ~perfection of a peace and covenant is through 70 2, 27 | considered: (1) Joy, ~(2) Peace, (3) Mercy.~Aquin.: SMT 71 2, 27 | and drink, but justice and peace, and joy in the Holy ~Ghost." 72 2, 28 | 29] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PEACE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 73 2, 28 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider Peace, under which head there 74 2, 28 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether peace is the same as concord?~( 75 2, 28 | Whether all things desire peace?~(3) Whether peace is an 76 2, 28 | desire peace?~(3) Whether peace is an effect of charity?~( 77 2, 28 | of charity?~(4) Whether peace is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether peace is the same as concord?~ 79 2, 28 | OBJ 1: It would seem that peace is the same as concord. 80 2, 28 | De Civ. Dei xix, 13): "Peace among men is well ordered 81 2, 28 | speaking here of no other peace than that of men. Therefore ~ 82 2, 28 | that of men. Therefore ~peace is the same as concord.~ 83 2, 28 | wills. Now the nature of peace ~consists in such like union, 84 2, 28 | says (Div. Nom. xi) that peace ~unites all, and makes them 85 2, 28 | them of one mind. Therefore peace is the same as ~concord.~ 86 2, 28 | is opposed to concord and peace, viz. ~dissension; hence 87 2, 28 | God of ~dissension but of peace." Therefore peace is the 88 2, 28 | but of peace." Therefore peace is the same as concord.~ 89 2, 28 | wicked men. But ~"there is no peace to the wicked" (Is. 48:22). 90 2, 28 | Is. 48:22). Therefore peace is not the ~same as concord.~ 91 2, 28 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Peace includes concord and adds 92 2, 28 | thereto. Hence ~wherever peace is, there is concord, but 93 2, 28 | concord, but there is not peace, wherever ~there is concord, 94 2, 28 | there is concord, if we give peace its proper meaning.~Aquin.: 95 2, 28 | movements is ~essential to peace, because man's heart is 96 2, 28 | because man's heart is not at peace, so long as he ~has not 97 2, 28 | among various persons, while peace denotes, in ~addition to 98 2, 28 | is speaking there of that peace which is between ~one man 99 2, 28 | another, and he says that this peace is concord, not indeed ~ 100 2, 28 | such ~concord is not really peace, because the order of each 101 2, 28 | reason ~he premises that "peace is tranquillity of order," 102 2, 28 | dissension is opposed to peace, namely dissension ~between 103 2, 28 | Whether all things desire peace?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 104 2, 28 | that not all things desire peace. For, according to ~Dionysius ( 105 2, 28 | Dionysius (Div. Nom. xi), peace "unites consent." But there 106 2, 28 | such ~things cannot desire peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 107 2, 28 | Therefore all men do not ~desire peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 108 2, 28 | appetite. But a certain peace ~is, seemingly, evil, else 109 2, 28 | 34): "I ~came not to send peace." Therefore all things do 110 2, 28 | all things do not desire peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 111 2, 28 | But this is not true of peace, since it is ~attainable 112 2, 28 | command (Mk. ~9:49): "Have peace among you." Therefore all 113 2, 28 | all things do not desire peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 114 2, 28 | that "all ~things desire peace": and Dionysius says the 115 2, 28 | and both are removed by peace, as ~stated above. Hence 116 2, 28 | desires anything ~desires peace, in so far as he who desires 117 2, 28 | this is what is meant by peace which Augustine defines ( 118 2, 28 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Peace denotes union not only of 119 2, 28 | Hence Dionysius says that ~"peace is the cause of consent 120 2, 28 | dissension, desire nothing but ~peace, which they deem themselves 121 2, 28 | stated above, ~there is no peace when a man concords with 122 2, 28 | because it is a defective peace, in order that they may 123 2, 28 | order that they may obtain ~peace, where nothing is contrary 124 2, 28 | may find a more perfect peace than that which they had ~ 125 2, 28 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Peace gives calm and unity to 126 2, 28 | good apparently, ~so too, peace may be either true or apparent. 127 2, 28 | apparent. There can be no true peace ~except where the appetite 128 2, 28 | and disturbed. Hence true peace is only in good men and ~ 129 2, 28 | about good things. The peace of the wicked is not a true 130 2, 28 | the wicked is not a true peace but a ~semblance thereof, 131 2, 28 | many and so great evils ~peace."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 132 2, 28 | Reply OBJ 4: Since true peace is only about good things, 133 2, 28 | there is a ~twofold true peace. One is perfect peace. It 134 2, 28 | true peace. One is perfect peace. It consists in the perfect ~ 135 2, 28 | 147:3: "Who hath placed peace in thy borders." The other ~ 136 2, 28 | The other ~is imperfect peace, which may be had in this 137 2, 28 | without which disturb the peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 138 2, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether peace is the proper effect of 139 2, 28 | OBJ 1: It would seem that peace is not the proper effect 140 2, 28 | sanctifying grace. But some have peace ~who have not sanctifying 141 2, 28 | heathens sometimes have peace. ~Therefore peace is not 142 2, 28 | sometimes have peace. ~Therefore peace is not the effect of charity.~ 143 2, 28 | dissension, which is contrary to peace, ~is compatible with charity, 144 2, 28 | Therefore it ~seems that peace is not the effect of charity.~ 145 2, 28 | of different ~things. Now peace is the effect of justice, 146 2, 28 | work of justice shall be peace." Therefore it is not the 147 2, 28 | written (Ps. 118:165): "Much peace have they that ~love Thy 148 2, 28 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Peace implies a twofold union, 149 2, 28 | without sanctifying grace, ~peace is not real but merely apparent.~ 150 2, 28 | is this an obstacle to ~peace, because opinions concern 151 2, 28 | appetite that is united by peace. In like manner if there 152 2, 28 | with a state of perfect peace, wherein the truth will 153 2, 28 | inconsistent with the imperfect ~peace of the wayfarer.~Aquin.: 154 2, 28 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Peace is the "work of justice" 155 2, 28 | removes the obstacles to peace: but it is the work of charity ~ 156 2, 28 | its very nature, causes peace. For ~love is "a unitive 157 2, 28 | says (Div. Nom. iv): and peace is ~the union of the appetite' 158 2, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether peace is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 159 2, 28 | OBJ 1: It would seem that peace is a virtue. For nothing 160 2, 28 | precepts about ~keeping peace, for example: "Have peace 161 2, 28 | peace, for example: "Have peace among you" (Mk. 9:49). Therefore ~ 162 2, 28 | Mk. 9:49). Therefore ~peace is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 163 2, 28 | is ~meritorious to keep peace, according to Mt. 5:9: " 164 2, 28 | children of God." Therefore ~peace is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 165 2, 28 | which are ~contrary to peace, are numbered among the 166 2, 28 | Gal. 5:20). Therefore ~peace is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 167 2, 28 | but the way thereto. But ~peace is the last end, in a sense, 168 2, 28 | Dei xix, ~11). Therefore peace is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 169 2, 28 | Since then charity causes peace precisely because it is 170 2, 28 | charity whose proper act is peace, as we have also said in 171 2, 28 | We are commanded to keep peace because it is an act of ~ 172 2, 28 | dissension in respect of peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] Out. 173 2, 28 | OBJ 3: Further, joy and peace are not special virtues, 174 2, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Joy and peace add nothing to the aspect 175 2, 32 | schism, which are contrary to peace; (4) offense ~and scandal, 176 2, 35 | DISCORD, WHICH IS CONTRARY TO PEACE (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 177 2, 35 | consider the sins contrary to peace, and first we shall ~consider 178 2, 35 | 34): "I came not to ~send peace, but the sword."~Aquin.: 179 2, 37 | consider the vices contrary to peace, which belong to deeds: ~ 180 2, 37 | spirit nor the ~concord of peace, and severs himself from 181 2, 37 | Church, and disturb her peace, must be punished by the 182 2, 38 | But war is contrary to peace. Therefore war is always 183 2, 38 | natural order conducive to peace ~among mortals demands that 184 2, 38 | the object of securing ~peace, of punishing evil-doers, 185 2, 38 | who wage war justly aim at peace, and so they are not ~opposed 186 2, 38 | they are not ~opposed to peace, except to the evil peace, 187 2, 38 | peace, except to the evil peace, which Our Lord "came not 188 2, 38 | clxxxix): "We do not seek peace in order to be at war, but 189 2, 38 | to war ~that we may have peace. Be peaceful, therefore, 190 2, 38 | them to the prosperity ~of peace."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 191 2, 40 | good, namely ~the unity and peace of a people, it is a special 192 2, 41 | according to Ps. 118:165: "Much peace have they that ~love Thy 193 2, 42 | of charity, but also joy, peace ~and beneficence. But precepts 194 2, 42 | the Lord ~always" - about peace (Heb. 12:14): "Follow peace 195 2, 42 | peace (Heb. 12:14): "Follow peace with all men" - about ~beneficence ( 196 2, 43 | belong to charity: since of peace it is written (Ps. ~118: 197 2, 43 | written (Ps. ~118:165): "Much peace have they that love Thy 198 2, 43 | and prophets": whereas ~peace and the adoption of sons 199 2, 43 | rather than in respect of peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 200 2, 43 | wisdom should ~not refer to peace rather than to the other 201 2, 43 | peacemaker is ~one who makes peace, either in himself, or in 202 2, 43 | order those things in which peace is ~established, for "peace 203 2, 43 | peace is ~established, for "peace is the tranquillity of order," 204 2, 43 | belongs to charity to be at peace, but it belongs to ~wisdom 205 2, 43 | belongs to ~wisdom to make peace by setting things in order. 206 2, 43 | is this that constitutes peace. Hence James said with reason 207 2, 43 | wisdom, for which ~reason peace is numbered among the beatitudes. 208 2, 43 | whereby wisdom leads to ~peace. For when a man, by chastity, 209 2, 43 | required that ~man may be at peace with himself. But in order 210 2, 43 | order that man may be at peace ~with others it is furthermore 211 2, 51 | to war, and likewise to peace and truce."~Aquin.: SMT 212 2, 56 | in warfare and in time of peace."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 213 2, 56 | useful both in war and in peace, as stated above.~ 214 2, 61 | strengthening treaties of peace: and this is more ~necessary 215 2, 72 | midst of them that ~are at peace."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[74] A[ 216 2, 72 | troubled ~many that were peace."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[74] A[ 217 2, 79 | written (Heb. 12:14): ~"Follow peace with all men, and holiness, 218 2, 86 | meet me when I return in peace . . . ~the same will I offer 219 2, 86 | continency were to marry, the peace of their country might ~ 220 2, 86 | country being restored to peace through a ~certain marriage 221 2, 93 | rebuked him, saying: ~Hold thy peace," says: "Although the demon 222 2, 115 | common ~good, one in time of peace, the other in time of war: 223 2, 121 | of a country's ~temporal peace: for Augustine says (De 224 2, 121 | waged ~in order to insure peace." Now it does not seem that 225 2, 121 | of death for the temporal peace of one's country, ~since 226 2, 121 | country, ~since this same peace is the occasion of much 227 2, 121 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The peace of the state is good in 228 2, 121 | Spirit is charity, joy, peace," says that deeds of virtue 229 2, 121 | most ~useful in war and peace."~ 230 2, 122 | although she ended her days in peace": and Gregory says (Hom. 231 2, 122 | the opportunity, yet ~the peace we enjoy is not without 232 2, 156 | vices: if it be ~closed, peace is ensured within to all 233 2, 178 | and (Heb. ~12:14): "Follow peace with all men, and holiness, 234 2, 178 | purity of the ~reason; and peace is caused by justice which 235 2, 178 | work of justice shall be peace": since he ~who refrains 236 2, 178 | contemplative ~life by causing peace and cleanness of heart.~ 237 2, 181 | seemingly consists chiefly in ~peace, according to Ps. 147:3, " 238 2, 181 | 147:3, "Who hath placed peace in thy borders," ~and 2 239 2, 181 | and 2 Cor. 13:11, "Have peace, and the God of peace . . . 240 2, 181 | Have peace, and the God of peace . . . shall be with ~you." 241 2, 181 | distinction is a hindrance to peace, for peace would seem to ~ 242 2, 181 | hindrance to peace, for peace would seem to ~result from 243 2, 181 | in ~the Church's body the peace of the various members is 244 2, 181 | the Spirit in the bond of peace." Now a man departs from 245 2, 181 | as in an earthly kingdom ~peace ceases when the citizens 246 2, 181 | man his own. Besides, the peace ~both of mind and of an 247 2, 184 | and drink, but justice and peace and joy ~in the Holy Ghost." 248 2, 186 | together in the unity of peace. Now study ~leads to dissent: 249 2, 187 | allowed to retain them in peace." Now this would ~not be 250 3, 21 | Orat. Dom.): "The Doctor of Peace and ~Master of Unity did 251 3, 22 | adhering to God, wherein his peace and salvation consist. ~ 252 3, 22 | God by the sacrifice of peace, was one with Him to Whom 253 3, 22 | 2,3): "That is 'king of peace,' ~without father, without 254 3, 25 | to each contrite sinner peace."~[*Hymn Vexilla Regis: 255 3, 35 | lived under one ruler, ~peace abounded on the earth. Therefore 256 3, 35 | of Christ, for "He is our peace, who hath made both one," 257 3, 36 | is one that holdeth his peace ~because he knoweth not 258 3, 36 | another that holdeth his ~peace, knowing the proper time." 259 3, 37 | world to come, the Prince of Peace"; and (Zach. 6:12): "Behold 260 3, 37 | God will enjoy "perfect peace" ~under "God their Prince."~ 261 3, 39 | tidings of the ~universal peace of the whole world: and 262 3, 42 | to be preferred to the ~peace of any individuals whatsoever. 263 3, 44 | according to Col. 1:20: "Making peace through the blood of ~His 264 3, 44 | all things to a state of peace and calm should ~cause either 265 3, 79 | the saints, where shall be peace, and unity, full ~and perfect."~ 266 3, 83 | sacrament ~of unity and peace, as stated above (Q[73], 267 3, 83 | offered not for present ~peace, but for the repose of the 268 3, 83 | at the words - "May the peace of the Lord be ever with 269 3, 83 | again when he says, "May the peace of the Lord be ever ~with 270 3, 83 | his first greeting ~says, "Peace be to you," which was our 271 3, 84 | hast a good will, of which peace is the meed." But ~sorrow 272 Suppl, 25| enemies, who disturb her ~peace; or such as the building 273 Suppl, 28| Communion or to the kiss of peace. This ~shall be done every 274 Suppl, 39| is the sacrament of the peace vouchsafed to us by the ~ 275 Suppl, 39| homicide is most opposed to peace, ~and those who slay are 276 Suppl, 65| there cannot ~easily be peace in a family where several 277 Suppl, 72| When they ~shall say: Peace and security; then shall 278 Suppl, 72| Now there would be no peace and security if men were 279 Suppl, 72| When they shall say: ~Peace and security," refer to 280 Suppl, 72| think themselves to be ~in peace and security, after the 281 Suppl, 87| according to Col. 1:20, "Making peace ~through the blood of His 282 Suppl, 93| assigned, "charity, joy, peace," etc. (Gal. 5:22). Therefore 283 Suppl, 93| although she ended her days in peace, ~wherefore: Thine own soul 284 Suppl, 93| the ~opportunity, yet the peace we enjoy is not without 285 Suppl, 93| since he ended his days in peace, although previously he


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