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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 21 | it would be absurd to praise God for His ~political virtues.~ 2 1, 26 | Himself, needs not further praise." To be in glory, ~however, 3 1, 50 | appears from Ps. 148:2: "Praise ye" the Lord, "all His angels"; 4 1, 58 | they refer this back to the praise of God, in Whom, as in ~ 5 1, 58 | the angels refer to ~God's praise their knowledge of the preceding 6 1, 61 | It is said (Ps. 148:2): "Praise ye Him, all His ~angels"; 7 1, 63 | them were ~converted to the praise of the Word by their morning 8 1, 64 | things known to the Creator's praise (hence, after ~"evening" 9 1, 64 | nature, ~when referred to the praise of the Creator, as it is 10 1, 68 | that are above the heavens ~praise the name of the Lord," and ( 11 1, 68 | It is said (Ps. 148:4): "Praise Him, ye heavens of ~heavens."~ 12 1, 74 | 148:7,8) after the words, "Praise the Lord from the earth," 13 1, 51 | appears from Ps. 148:2: "Praise ye" the Lord, "all His angels"; 14 1, 59 | they refer this back to the praise of God, in Whom, as in ~ 15 1, 59 | the angels refer to ~God's praise their knowledge of the preceding 16 1, 62 | It is said (Ps. 148:2): "Praise ye Him, all His ~angels"; 17 1, 64 | them were ~converted to the praise of the Word by their morning 18 1, 65 | things known to the Creator's praise (hence, after ~"evening" 19 1, 65 | nature, ~when referred to the praise of the Creator, as it is 20 1, 69 | that are above the heavens ~praise the name of the Lord," and ( 21 1, 69 | It is said (Ps. 148:4): "Praise Him, ye heavens of ~heavens."~ 22 1, 73 | 148:7,8) after the words, "Praise the Lord from the earth," 23 2, 1 | end is worthy of blame or praise so are our deeds ~worthy 24 2, 1 | deeds ~worthy of blame or praise."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[ 25 2, 2 | needs blush at their own ~praise." Therefore man's happiness 26 2, 6 | voluntary acts ~lead to praise and blame." But neither 27 2, 6 | and blame." But neither praise nor blame is due to the ~ 28 2, 6 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Praise and blame are the result 29 2, 7 | make acts to be worthy of praise or blame, of excuse or ~ 30 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, praise and blame are awarded only 31 2, 17 | power, there is room for praise and blame, virtue and vice: 32 2, 17 | OBJ 3: Virtue and vice, praise and blame do not affect 33 2, 18 | because the ~other deserves praise and reward, the other, blame 34 2, 19 | contrary, (1) On Ps. 32:1, "Praise becometh the upright," a 35 2, 21 | Whether it thereby deserves praise or blame?~(3) Whether accordingly, 36 2, 21 | a human action deserves praise or blame, by reason of its 37 2, 21 | action does not deserve praise or ~blame by reason of its 38 2, 21 | things are not ~deserving of praise or blame (Ethic. iii, 5). 39 2, 21 | neither does it deserve praise, by reason of its being 40 2, 21 | virtuous deeds deserve praise, while deeds that are opposed 41 2, 21 | a human action deserves praise or blame, through being 42 2, 21 | action is said to deserve praise or ~blame, from its being 43 2, 21 | imputed to the agent: since to praise or to blame ~means nothing 44 2, 21 | renders them worthy of praise or blame: and in such like 45 2, 21 | or evil action deserves praise or ~blame, in so far as 46 2, 24 | their ~becoming worthy of praise or blame, in so far as they 47 2, 32 | because a flatterer appears to praise, therefore flattery is ~ 48 2, 35 | the more worthy is he of praise, and the more virtuous: 49 2, 39 | meritorious. But ~sorrow lessens praise or merit: for the Apostle 50 2, 39 | sorrow is an ~obstacle to the praise and merit of the virtuous 51 2, 57 | consequence is that more praise is given to a craftsman ~ 52 2, 61 | is not only ~unworthy of praise, but wicked for a man to 53 2, 64 | can: for He ~is above all praise." Therefore theological 54 2, 66 | which receive the ~most praise: since virtue is a power 55 2, 72 | takes pleasure in ~human praise or the like. The other pleasure 56 2, 84 | excellence of honor and ~praise, and this good is sought 57 2, 99 | according to Ps. 48:19: "He will praise Thee, when Thou ~shalt do 58 2, 101 | figurative, but solely in the praise of God, proceeding from ~ 59 2, 101 | thanksgiving and the voice of praise."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 60 2, 102 | Lord at all ~times, His praise shall always be in my mouth." 61 2, 102 | were instituted for the praise of God. Therefore it was 62 2, 102 | gather together for the praise of God; just as now there 63 2, 102 | us offer the sacrifice of praise always to God."~Aquin.: 64 2, 102 | according to Ps. 34:18: "I ~will praise Thee in a grave [Douay: ' 65 2, 103 | thanksgiving and voice of ~praise" (Is. 51:3). Hence it is 66 2, 108 | should seek ~neither human praise, nor worldly riches, which 67 2, 110 | children . . . unto the praise of ~the glory of His grace."~ 68 2, 3 | confession of thanksgiving or praise, and this is an act of " 69 2, 4 | that faith owes all its praise ~to obedience. Now obedience 70 2, 5 | so their will deserves no praise for their belief.~Aquin.: 71 2, 12 | His saints, in so far as praise ~is given to the works which 72 2, 12 | and confession add to the ~praise of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 73 2, 12 | even as the saints will praise Him with ~their voices.~ 74 2, 17 | 65:14, "My servants shall praise for joyfulness of heart, 75 2, 18 | good, and thou shalt have praise from the same." ~Therefore 76 2, 30 | not detract from merit and praise if it ~be not intended, 77 2, 33 | evil, just as they ~deserve praise in so far as they are applied 78 2, 33 | itself, calls neither for praise nor for blame: whereas ~ 79 2, 33 | sorrow for evil calls for praise, while sorrow for good, 80 2, 38 | contemplation of Divine things, the praise of ~God, and prayers for 81 2, 53 | a ~man does not deserve praise if he allows himself to 82 2, 53 | and yet a man deserves praise for allowing ~himself to 83 2, 58 | Now it is related ~to the praise of some that they punished 84 2, 62 | private individual, deserves praise for ~doing what is useful 85 2, 62 | Therefore it is ~deserving of praise if even private individuals 86 2, 67 | evil-doers, and for the praise of the good" [*1 Pt. 2:14]. 87 2, 69 | though he may seem to deserve praise for ~showing skill in his 88 2, 76 | lawful to accept service or praise ~from one to whom one has 89 2, 79 | can; for He ~is above all praise." Therefore it remains that 90 2, 79 | to do a thing, the less ~praise does it deserve, according 91 2, 79 | virtue deserves no less praise, ~provided there be no failing 92 2, 83 | special ~act deserving of praise in that it is done out of 93 2, 83 | that are not deserving of ~praise save through being done 94 2, 83 | sacrifice which ~is deserving of praise merely through being offered 95 2, 85 | them to be deserving of praise in this ~particular, when 96 2, 87 | the purpose of ~prayer or praise. Accordingly we must first 97 2, 89 | INVOKING IT BY MEANS OF PRAISE (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 98 2, 89 | invoking it by prayer or praise. Of prayer we have already 99 2, 89 | Wherefore we must speak now of praise. Under this head there are 100 2, 89 | of men ere accorded not praise, ~but something greater." 101 2, 89 | God ought to be given, not praise, but something greater than ~ 102 2, 89 | something greater than ~praise: wherefore He is said (Ecclus. 103 2, 89 | 43:33) to be "above all praise."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[91] A[ 104 2, 89 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, divine praise is part of divine worship, 105 2, 89 | from Me." Therefore the praise of God lies in the ~heart 106 2, 89 | 62:6): "My mouth shall praise Thee ~with joyful lips."~ 107 2, 89 | unknown to him. ~Wherefore we praise a man with our lips, in 108 2, 89 | Consequently we need to praise God with our lips, not indeed 109 2, 89 | 49:23: "The sacrifice of praise shall ~glorify Me, and there 110 2, 89 | according ~to Is. 48:9, "For My praise I will bridle thee lest 111 2, 89 | thou shouldst ~perish." The praise of the lips is also profitable 112 2, 89 | written (Ps. 33:2): "His ~praise shall always be in my mouth," 113 2, 89 | ineffable, He is ~above all praise. In this respect we owe 114 2, 89 | Translated from the Hebrew]: "Praise to Thee is speechless, O 115 2, 89 | this respect we owe Him praise; wherefore it is written ( 116 2, 89 | mercies of the Lord, the praise of the ~Lord for all the 117 2, 89 | It profits one nothing to praise with the lips if one praise 118 2, 89 | praise with the lips if one praise not with the heart. For 119 2, 89 | 17:7,8]. Yet the outward praise of the lips avails to arouse 120 2, 89 | inward ~fervor of those who praise, and to incite others to 121 2, 89 | and to incite others to praise God, as stated ~above.~Aquin.: 122 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: We praise God, not for His benefit, 123 2, 89 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the praise of God is competent to little 124 2, 89 | according to Apoc. 14, "Give praise to our God, all ye His servants; 125 2, 89 | according to Ps. 32:2,3: "Give praise to the Lord on the ~harp, 126 2, 89 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the praise of the heart is more important 127 2, 89 | more important than the ~praise of the lips. But the praise 128 2, 89 | praise of the lips. But the praise of the heart is hindered 129 2, 89 | stated above (A[1]), the praise of the voice is ~necessary 130 2, 92 | Wherefore, just as by prayer and praise we utter ~significant words 131 2, 98 | prayer, preaching, divine praise, are most spiritual ~actions. 132 2, 98 | are given to those ~who praise God by celebrating the divine 133 2, 98 | they ~may receive human praise, which seems to imply oral 134 2, 98 | remuneration denotes either praise that pertains to ~human 135 2, 98 | spiritual thing for the sake of ~praise, he only makes a show of 136 2, 98 | purloins rather than buys human praise: so that seemingly the hypocrite ~ 137 2, 99 | disciple." Hence it is said in praise of James and John (Mt. 4: 138 2, 99 | Christ. Again it is ~said in praise of the Levites (Dt. 33:9): " 139 2, 101 | honor is distinct from praise, as also from glory. Now ~ 140 2, 101 | as also from glory. Now ~praise and glory consist of external 141 2, 101 | 3 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Praise is distinguished from honor 142 2, 101 | two ways. First, ~because praise consists only of verbal 143 2, 101 | external signs, so that praise is included in honor. Secondly, ~ 144 2, 101 | reference to an end: thus we praise one that works well ~for 145 2, 101 | the effect of honor and praise, since the result of our 146 2, 101 | knowledge together with praise."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] 147 2, 102 | have ~a special reason of praise: for it belongs properly 148 2, 102 | contrary, obedience deserves praise because it proceeds from ~ 149 2, 102 | virtue ~derives greater praise from his adhering to God 150 2, 104 | who seems be ~deserving of praise, chiefly for having conferred 151 2, 107 | Prov. 27:2, ~"Let another praise thee, and not thy own mouth" - 152 2, 107 | Accordingly it is sinful to ~praise oneself without due cause 153 2, 108 | truthfulness is good and worthy of praise." Therefore every lie is 154 2, 109 | of wickedness, he steals praise for a ~life which is not 155 2, 110 | inwardly ~uplifted by the praise awarded them." Therefore 156 2, 113 | flattery consists in ~words of praise offered to another in order 157 2, 113 | But it is not ~a sin to praise a person, according to Prov. 158 2, 113 | contrary to good, and blame to praise. But it is ~not a sin to 159 2, 113 | Neither, then, is it a sin to praise good, which ~seems to belong 160 2, 113 | uplifted by ~immoderate praise, so that whom the voice 161 2, 113 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: One may praise a person both well and ill, 162 2, 113 | flattery, if one wished to praise a person for things in ~ 163 2, 113 | according to Ecclus. 27:8, "Praise not a man before he ~speaketh," 164 2, 113 | and again (Ecclus. 11:2), "Praise not a man for his beauty"; ~ 165 2, 113 | there may be fear lest human praise should incite him to ~vainglory, 166 2, 113 | written, (Ecclus. 11:30), "Praise not any man ~before death." 167 2, 113 | observed; and so too is it to praise good.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[115] 168 2, 113 | head," says: "The false praise of the flatterer softens 169 2, 113 | of occasion, as when the praise of a flatterer, ~even without 170 2, 117 | appears in itself to call for praise, yet on account of the ~ 171 2, 120 | for ~instance, those of praise, of working miracles, and 172 2, 121 | above all lays claim to praise ~for steadfastness. Because 173 2, 121 | safeguard justice: wherefore the praise awarded to fortitude ~depends 174 2, 122 | which calls chiefly for praise ~in a virtuous act, is the 175 2, 122 | Blessed ~martyrs, with what praise shall I extol you? Most 176 2, 123 | passions call for neither praise nor blame, ~because, to 177 2, 123 | because, to wit, we neither praise nor blame those who are 178 2, 124 | which is ~reckoned to the praise of a just man is not a sin. 179 2, 124 | sin. Now it is written in ~praise of the just man (Prov. 28: 180 2, 125 | vice redounds to a man's praise. Therefore it is not a sin 181 2, 127 | OBJ 3: Those are worthy of praise who despise riches in such 182 2, 127 | contrary, It is written in praise of certain men (2 Macc. 183 2, 127 | of virtue are ~worthy of praise. Therefore magnanimity which 184 2, 127 | blame, but for very great praise. For in the first ~place, 185 2, 127 | all security is worthy of praise but only when one ~puts 186 2, 129 | something deserving of ~praise, in so far as a good is 187 2, 130 | a person, together with praise": and this ~comes to the 188 2, 130 | were, clear knowledge with praise." Now it is no sin to ~desire 189 2, 130 | seems itself to call for praise, ~according to Ecclus. 41: 190 2, 130 | acknowledges that even the love of praise is sinful."~Aquin.: SMT 191 2, 130 | good as being worthy of ~praise. Now it is not a sin to 192 2, 130 | all, however much He may praise Himself, does not uplift 193 2, 130 | the testimony of others' praise the good ~which is in him, 194 2, 130 | empty pleasure in human ~praise.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 195 2, 130 | an effect ~of honor and praise: because from the fact that 196 2, 130 | the testimony of ~human praise, as though he deemed this 197 2, 130 | for anyone not to desire praise as long as ~one does not 198 2, 130 | namely the love of human praise, "is so hostile to a ~godly 199 2, 130 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Praise and honor, as stated above ( 200 2, 135 | perseverance has its chief title to praise. Among other ~evils foremost 201 2, 135 | that ~lays claim to the praise of virtue, inasmuch as it 202 2, 135 | virtue which has a ~title to praise for the firm endurance of 203 2, 135 | perseverance its claim to praise: nor is this so difficult 204 2, 136 | perseverance is ~deserving of praise because thereby a man does 205 2, 136 | continence, its claim to praise seems to lie ~rather in 206 2, 139 | allurements and popular praise." Now we ~are withdrawn 207 2, 139 | has a foremost claim to praise ~on account of one of those 208 2, 139 | every virtue, ~deserves praise principally in pleasures 209 2, 139 | beautiful." Now virtue deserves praise for being honorable and ~ 210 2, 143 | besides virtue, since ~"it is praise that is the proper due of 211 2, 143 | respect of virtue. ~Wherefore praise is due to virtue in so far 212 2, 147 | measure is most deserving of praise. Such matter is the ~drinking 213 2, 149 | Perseverantia xx): "We must give ~praise to purity, that he who has 214 2, 150 | being sinful is worthy of praise.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 215 2, 150 | own ~deserving of greater praise than keeping oneself free 216 2, 150 | Virgin. ~xi): "Nor do we praise virgins for being virgins, 217 2, 150 | chastity is deserving of praise merely because it ~abstains 218 2, 150 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the praise accorded a virtuous man 219 2, 151 | word of God: so, too, we praise the good of ~Susanna's conjugal 220 2, 153 | of a virtue derives its praise from that ~which is in accord 221 2, 155 | the ~virtue derives its praise and likewise its name. Thus 222 2, 155 | For virtue is deserving of praise chiefly because it directs 223 2, 155 | virtues, since they owe their praise to the fact that they withdraw 224 2, 156 | s anger ~is deserving of praise.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 225 2, 156 | of merit or demerit, of praise or blame. But as regulated 226 2, 156 | meritorious and deserving of praise; while on ~the other hand, 227 2, 158 | seem to be deserving of praise chiefly ~on account of its 228 2, 159 | it chiefly derives its praise, is the restraint or suppression 229 2, 163 | prospect of any ~special praise, if he were able to lead 230 2, 164 | this virtue derives its ~praise from a certain keenness 231 2, 166 | no sin is included in the praise given to holy men. But ~ 232 2, 167 | this, for it is said in praise of ~certain people (Heb. 233 2, 169 | down upon him through the praise of psalmody, and fill his 234 2, 172 | nearest to hand: thus more praise is awarded the ~physician 235 2, 174 | God's understanding and praise. On the ~other hand, by 236 2, 176 | sometimes they ~may do so in praise of Christ's name which they 237 2, 179 | love, we shall love and praise." And he had said before ( 238 2, 181 | wherefore a ~gloss on Ps. 32:1, "Praise becometh the upright," says: " 239 2, 181 | contrary, It is written in praise of the Church (Ps. 44:10) 240 2, 183 | forthwith turns this object of praise into one of fear, ~when 241 2, 183 | as though to ~say: "I praise what you seek, but learn 242 2, 184 | Who is he? and we will praise ~him; for he hath done wonderful 243 2, 184 | say: "This man whom you ~praise belongs to the second and 244 2, 184 | works are more deserving of ~praise which are done of one's 245 2, 184 | deprives it of the character of praise or merit; whereas the ~necessity 246 2, 185 | In this way some deserve praise for begging out ~of humility, 247 2, 186 | which reason it is said in praise of the righteous ~(Ps. 1: 248 3, 35 | shall rejoice with joy and praise."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 249 3, 40 | worship of ~God, i.e. to the praise of God's power. And thus 250 3, 44 | glorifying ~God; since "praise is not seemly in the mouth 251 3, 44 | forbade them to speak in His praise. First, to give us ~an example. 252 3, 44 | corrupt ~tongue" because "praise is not seemly in the mouth 253 3, 44 | to forbid them that would praise us on our own account: but ~ 254 3, 47 | and consequently ~we give praise to both: but Judas betrayed 255 3, 68 | not in the letter; ~whose praise is not of men but of God."~ 256 3, 78 | the other words spoken, praise is rendered to God, prayer 257 3, 79 | Thee, this ~sacrifice of praise for themselves and for all 258 3, 80 | Dogmat. liii: "I neither praise nor blame daily reception 259 3, 83 | we offer a sacrifice of praise to God." ~Hence the consecration 260 3, 83 | this preparation is Divine ~praise, and consists in the "Introit": 261 3, 83 | 49:23: "The ~sacrifice of praise shall glorify me; and there 262 3, 83 | Psalms comprise by way of praise ~whatever is contained in 263 3, 83 | done, namely, the people's ~praise in singing the "offertory," 264 3, 83 | ended the people devoutly praise Christ's Godhead, ~saying 265 Suppl, 1 | since "they bring us neither praise nor ~blame" (Ethic. ii, 266 Suppl, 7 | confession of God's favors in ~praise of God, belongs not to truth, 267 Suppl, 9 | written (Ecclus. 17:26): "Praise [confession] perisheth from 268 Suppl, 41| meritorious deserves not praise. ~Yet virginity whereby 269 Suppl, 71| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Praise is not given to a person 270 Suppl, 71| relation to an act, wherefore praise is "in relation to something" ~( 271 Suppl, 72| expressed in Ps. 148:7,8, "Praise ~the Lord from the earth" 272 Suppl, 79| There will also be vocal praise in ~heaven; hence a gloss 273 Suppl, 79| tongues shall not cease to praise ~God." The same is had on 274 Suppl, 79| heaven there will be vocal praise (though indeed some ~think 275 Suppl, 84| glory of the saints and the praise due to God for ~having so 276 Suppl, 91| may be urged the more to praise God."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] 277 Suppl, 92| untiringly." Therefore praise should be added to the aforesaid 278 Suppl, 92| 6 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Praise, which Augustine mentions 279 Suppl, 92| soul ~breaks forth into praise. Hence praise has not the 280 Suppl, 92| forth into praise. Hence praise has not the necessary conditions ~ 281 Suppl, 93| and he is speaking in ~praise of widows. Moreover, the


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