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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | Further, what we have seen, we keep in memory. But Paul, seeing ~ 2 1, 24 | Law, and let thy heart keep My commandments," and further 3 1, 36 | Hilary says (De Trin. xii): "Keep me, I pray, in this ~expression 4 1, 48 | For when in a ~division we keep the same proportion, we 5 1, 52 | angels who dwell herein, keep us in ~peace."~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 49 | For when in a ~division we keep the same proportion, we 7 1, 53 | angels who dwell herein, keep us in ~peace."~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 90 | a hard ~tongue, so as to keep it from being hurt by exterior 9 1, 101 | paradise to dress it and keep it?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] 10 1, 101 | in paradise to dress and ~keep it. For what was brought 11 1, 101 | in paradise to dress and keep it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] 12 1, 101 | there was no need for man to keep paradise.~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 101 | in paradise to dress and keep it, man ~would apparently 14 1, 101 | in ~paradise to dress and keep it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] 15 1, 101 | of pleasure, to dress and keep it."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] 16 1, 101 | Himself work in man and keep him, by ~sanctifying him ( 17 1, 101 | that man might dress ~and keep paradise, which dressing 18 1, 101 | he would have striven to keep paradise for ~himself lest 19 1, 103 | because either God would not keep the creature in being continually, 20 1, 103 | that it is not necessary to keep them from corruption. Secondly, ~ 21 1, 103 | they do not cause so as ~to keep their effects in being.~ 22 1, 112 | said to a certain one: "Keep this man; and if ~he shall 23 1, 112 | angels ~charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways." ~ 24 1, 112 | not a greater office to keep one man more than another; 25 1, 112 | greater angels are deputed to keep those chosen by God for 26 1, 113 | to curb this appetite and keep it in order. ~Consequently 27 1, 115 | or power of God, let him keep to his opinion, but hold 28 2, 19 | OBJ 2: Further, to wish to keep God's commandment, belongs 29 2, 38 | thing hurts yet more if we keep it ~shut up, because the 30 2, 42 | afraid of fear, he will keep himself from fear by being 31 2, 61 | or operations, so as to ~keep them within bounds; and 32 2, 61 | pleasures of touch, so that they keep within ~bounds, which is 33 2, 73 | 2:10): "Whosoever shall keep the whole Law, but offend 34 2, 96 | makes for another, he should keep himself. And a wise ~authority [* 35 2, 98 | dwell among you, and to keep the Phase of the ~Lord, 36 2, 99 | the Old Law induced men to keep its precepts. ~(tm)Aquin.: 37 2, 99 | is written (Dt. 6:17): "Keep the precepts of the Lord ~ 38 2, 100 | according to Ps. 118:8: "I will keep Thy ~justifications." But 39 2, 100 | viz. "Remember that thou keep holy the Sabbath-day." ~ 40 2, 100 | fourth, "Remember that ~thou keep holy the Sabbath-day." The 41 2, 100 | and another binding one to keep another's property intact, 42 2, 100 | each ward some men should keep watch ~as sentries in case 43 2, 100 | thou wilt enter into ~life, keep the commandments": whence 44 2, 100 | thou wilt enter into life, keep ~one commandment"; but " 45 2, 100 | one commandment"; but "keep" all "the commandments": 46 2, 100 | is written (Lev. 18:5): "Keep My laws and My ~judgments, 47 2, 101 | will not observe [Douay: 'keep'] My . . ~. ceremonies which 48 2, 102 | a turtledove, ~when we keep chaste; unleavened bread, 49 2, 102 | prepared themselves to ~keep the following feast which 50 2, 102 | certain things we have to keep the spiritual senses, i.e. 51 2, 102 | cleanliness; and in order to keep the air ~wholesome; and 52 2, 103 | who from gluttony did not keep these precepts."~Aquin.: 53 2, 105 | dwell among you, and ~to keep the Phase of the Lord; all 54 2, 109 | Whether without grace man can keep the commandments of the 55 2, 109 | thou wilt enter into life, keep the ~commandments"; from 56 2, 109 | that we may do good and keep from sin. ~Hence if with 57 2, 109 | ensure our doing good and to keep us from ~sin. Hence a man 58 2, 109 | live righteously and to keep free from sin, with equal ~ 59 2, 109 | to do righteously and to keep free from sin.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 114 | certain that He is ~able to keep that which I have committed 61 2, 2 | Now man is not bound to keep the precepts of charity, 62 2, 2 | does not require man to keep certain fixed precepts, 63 2, 2 | not troubled; that I may keep Thy commandments." Therefore ~ 64 2, 10 | ought to be compelled to keep it, as is stated in the 65 2, 10 | heretics should be compelled to keep the ~faith. Thus Augustine 66 2, 15 | lips ~of the priest shall keep knowledge, and they shall 67 2, 17 | certain that He is able ~to keep that which I have committed 68 2, 28 | Now it is ~meritorious to keep peace, according to Mt. 69 2, 28 | OBJ 1: We are commanded to keep peace because it is an act 70 2, 29 | gift, while yet desiring to keep it for himself, his is ~ 71 2, 29 | something he would like to I keep for himself; rather does 72 2, 30 | for everyone to use and to keep what is his ~own. Yet by 73 2, 30 | Now it is less sinful to keep back another's property 74 2, 30 | when he that has it may not keep it, ~and yet he may not 75 2, 30 | Consequently it is lawful to keep and to give in alms what 76 2, 30 | and yet he cannot lawfully keep what he has won, so long ~ 77 2, 30 | no household cares might keep him ~back" (3 Kgs. 19:21).~ 78 2, 31 | his conscience, that he keep his good name.~Aquin.: SMT 79 2, 37 | are medicines ~intended to keep man away from sin: so that 80 2, 38 | But since we are bound to keep faith with ~all men, it 81 2, 38 | Therefore, as one is bound to keep faith with one's enemy, 82 2, 41 | those who ~have vowed to keep the counsels, and of those 83 2, 42 | may ~be seen in those who keep the precepts through fear 84 2, 53 | something by that he may keep it for the ~morrow, is solicitous 85 2, 56 | object of ~justice is to keep men together in society 86 2, 60 | Now everyone is bound to keep the ~commandments of the 87 2, 60 | Christ no man is ~bound to keep the judicial precepts, as 88 2, 60 | hand it over to another to ~keep it more securely.~Aquin.: 89 2, 60 | fornication: ~wherefore she may keep what she has received. If, 90 2, 62 | natural to ~everything to keep itself in "being," as far 91 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To keep back what is due to another, 92 2, 64 | the finder is ~allowed to keep [*Dig. I, viii, De divis. 93 2, 64 | it to be ~so, although he keep it, he does not commit a 94 2, 67 | according to Ecclus. 9:18, "Keep thee far ~from the man that 95 2, 68 | should command; because to keep faith is of natural ~right, 96 2, 69 | falsehoods, since we ~should keep faith even with a foe, as 97 2, 70 | be an act of revenge to keep silence with the ~intention 98 2, 79 | their tribulation, ~and to keep oneself unspotted from this 99 2, 79 | one's ~neighbor, and "to keep oneself unspotted from this 100 2, 79 | mercy as ~eliciting; and "to keep oneself unspotted from this 101 2, 81 | ought to pray that ~we may keep these things if we have 102 2, 81 | forced if ~we are unable to keep it up, but also that if 103 2, 85 | shall be with me, and ~shall keep me in the way by which I 104 2, 86 | devil and his pomps, ~and to keep the faith, as a gloss observes 105 2, 86 | superior, he ought not to keep it. As to vows about vain ~ 106 2, 86 | accounted faithful one must keep one's ~promises. Wherefore, 107 2, 86 | demands that a man should keep any promise he makes ~to 108 2, 86 | circumstances he need not keep that vow. But if the ~prelate 109 2, 87 | much better if he does not keep it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] 110 2, 87 | fulfil a ~promise, and to keep an oath; as Herod, who granted 111 2, 87 | swearer's guile, he must keep his oath in accordance with 112 2, 87 | case a man is bound not ~to keep such an oath, while in the 113 2, 87 | it is lawful for him to keep or ~not to keep the oath, 114 2, 87 | for him to keep or ~not to keep the oath, as stated above ( 115 2, 96 | or a canon may swear to keep the ~statutes of a certain 116 2, 96 | though, if he fails to keep his oath, he ~is not guilty 117 2, 96 | The canon who swears to keep the statutes that have force 118 2, 96 | not bound by his oath to keep any that may be ~made in 119 2, 96 | intends to bind himself to keep all, past ~and future. Nevertheless 120 2, 96 | Nevertheless he is bound to keep them by virtue of the ~statutes 121 2, 96 | be told expressly not to keep their oath: but if they 122 2, 96 | but if they should ~not keep it, they are not for this 123 2, 98 | source, said (Acts 8:20): "Keep thy money to thyself to 124 2, 104 | duty to repay, and not to keep back and safeguard my repayment."~ 125 2, 108 | Yet ~one is not bound to keep all one's promises: for 126 2, 108 | mind: but ~if he does not keep his promise, he seems to 127 2, 108 | for a man to be bound to keep a promise, it is ~necessary 128 2, 108 | him, and yet he does not keep faith with him, when ~he 129 2, 115 | neither to receive nor to keep money, but to give it ~away."~ 130 2, 115 | but also ~to receive and keep. But receiving and keeping 131 2, 115 | to sharpen his sword and keep it in its sheath. ~Thus, 132 2, 115 | use money, but also to ~keep it in preparation and safety 133 2, 115 | prudence that a man should ~keep his riches. Wherefore the 134 2, 115 | It belongs to prudence to keep money, lest it be stolen 135 2, 115 | but more prudent ~than to keep it usefully: since more 136 2, 116 | by wishing to acquire or keep ~them immoderately. This 137 2, 120 | namely: "Remember that thou keep holy the Sabbath Day." Still ~ 138 2, 120 | 31:13): "See that you keep My Sabbath: because it is 139 2, 120 | this we are commanded to keep holy seventh ~day - that 140 2, 120 | words: "Remember that thou ~keep holy the Sabbath day." For 141 2, 130 | man should ever ~strive to keep untrammeled." Therefore 142 2, 145 | says: ~"Let each province keep to its own practice, and 143 2, 145 | mortal sin if one fails to keep a ~commandment, when there 144 2, 145 | that not all, who do not keep the fasts of the Church, 145 2, 145 | Whether all are bound to keep the fasts of the Church?~ 146 2, 145 | seem that all are bound to keep the fasts of the Church. ~ 147 2, 145 | Now all ~are bound to keep the commandments of God. 148 2, 145 | manner all ~are bound to keep the fasts appointed by the 149 2, 145 | persons are not bound to ~keep the fasts in question.~Aquin.: 150 2, 145 | years, they are not bound to keep the Church fasts: and yet 151 2, 145 | impossible at the same time to keep the fasts of the ~Church, 152 2, 145 | one ought to make ready to keep the coming feast devoutly. 153 2, 145 | lxvii]: "Let each ~province keep to its own practice, and 154 2, 150 | money in general. Now to keep oneself free ~from the experience 155 2, 152 | Tob. 4:13): "Take heed to keep thyself . ~. . from all 156 2, 152 | according to Ecclus. ~42:11, "Keep a sure watch over a shameless 157 2, 152 | case of those ~who vow and keep chastity. Wherefore it is 158 2, 155 | Ecclus. 10:31): "My son, keep thy soul in meekness." Yet 159 2, 162 | should be cherubim "to keep the way of the tree of life." 160 2, 162 | coveted to ~be, but did not keep that to which he was made."~ 161 2, 175 | Cor. 14:34): "Let women keep ~silence in the churches," 162 2, 181 | Eph. 4:3): "Careful to keep the ~unity of the Spirit 163 2, 182 | any one love Me, he will keep My word." ~Therefore the 164 2, 182 | to that which they do not keep, and some fulfil that to ~ 165 2, 182 | the monastic state; and to keep oneself innocent in face ~ 166 2, 183 | that bishops are ~bound to keep this command, and to possess 167 2, 183 | thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments," said ~ 168 2, 183 | restitution. Therefore if bishops ~keep for themselves, or give 169 2, 183 | to others, and may either keep ~them for themselves or 170 2, 183 | religious is not ~bound to keep the vows he made in the 171 2, 183 | hand, a man is not bound to keep such religious observances ~ 172 2, 184 | Some there are who keep nothing for themselves, 173 2, 184 | every religious is bound to keep all the counsels?~Aquin.: 174 2, 184 | every religious is bound to keep all the ~counsels. For whoever 175 2, 184 | every religious is bound to keep all the ~counsels that pertain 176 2, 184 | does not bind himself to keep all ~the counsels, but to 177 2, 184 | Therefore all are not bound to keep all of them.~Aquin.: SMT 178 2, 184 | curse you (Lk. 6:27), and to keep counsels of a like kind, 179 2, 184 | wherefore religious are bound to keep all such like counsels. 180 2, 184 | hath," i.e. "you ~should keep back what you need," and 181 2, 184 | up something to God and keep back something ~for themselves; 182 2, 184 | themselves; whereas those who keep nothing for themselves offer 183 2, 184 | those who live in the world, keep ~something for themselves, 184 2, 184 | religious perfection that ~one keep poverty, continence, and 185 2, 184 | more pleasing to God to keep ~poverty, continence, and 186 2, 184 | whereby a ~man is disposed to keep the chief precepts of Christ' 187 2, 185 | ecclesiastical duties, and keep consistently to the monastic 188 2, 185 | Now monks are bound to keep ~consistently to the monastic 189 2, 186 | it is added, "and to keep one's self unspotted from 190 2, 186 | life that ~certain people keep something to themselves 191 2, 186 | perfection that one should keep something whether for oneself 192 2, 186 | Again it is clear that to keep what one has ~acquired at 193 2, 186 | this it is evident that to keep money by, or ~any other 194 2, 186 | not mean that we are to keep nothing for the morrow; 195 2, 186 | that "those are ~holier who keep themselves aloof from the 196 2, 187 | speak, begin to fast and keep other ~difficult observances. 197 2, 187 | altogether impossible to ~keep the precepts of charity. 198 2, 187 | person ~first of all to keep the commandments in the 199 2, 187 | that ~one is not bound to keep one's vow of entering religion.~ 200 2, 187 | is that one is ~unable to keep the ordinances of a more 201 2, 187 | when it was yet ~lawful to keep the legal observances, in 202 2, 187 | many cannot do this, nor keep other religious observances; ~ 203 3, 1 | who ~received it would not keep it, being touched with pity, 204 3, 9 | I do know Him, and do keep His word." Therefore in 205 3, 13 | form, but that it should keep it from any ~hurt. Yet Christ 206 3, 18 | as to change ~or at least keep back the rational appetite; 207 3, 27 | of some saint. But some keep the feast of the Conception 208 3, 27 | certain ~churches that do keep that feast, wherefore this 209 3, 30 | Cor. 14:34,35): "Let women keep silence in the churches . ~. . 210 3, 46 | conflict of martyrdom or keep the institutes of stricter ~ 211 3, 49 | sword, turning every way, to keep the way of ~the tree of 212 3, 55 | Cor. 14:34: ~"Let women keep silence in the churches": 213 3, 61 | It is impossible ~to keep men together in one religious 214 3, 64 | of baptizing ~. . . would keep it to Himself." But John 215 3, 64 | authority of baptizing, would keep it to Himself, ~but that 216 3, 67 | We order the deacons to keep within their own ~province"; 217 3, 68 | elsewhere none can receive or keep the salvation of the blessed."~ 218 3, 70 | his household after him to keep the way of the Lord." ~Aquin.: 219 3, 74 | Julius I reprehends some who "keep throughout the year a linen 220 3, 77 | divided into such parts as ~to keep in them the nature of bread 221 3, 79 | then, if those who do not keep innocence, do not secure 222 3, 80 | commit mortal sin in order to keep ~another out of mortal sin. 223 3, 80 | the ~demons who wish to keep men from receiving this 224 3, 80 | food ~beforehand does not keep one from this sacrament.~ 225 3, 83 | written (Eccles. 4:17): "Keep thy foot ~when thou goest 226 3, 83 | prayer: "O Lord God . . . keep . . . this ~will."~Aquin.: 227 3, 83 | Arles: "They who do not keep proper custody over ~the 228 Suppl, 11| interpreter is bound to keep the confession secret. Therefore 229 Suppl, 11| reason why a man is bound to keep secret what he hears in ~ 230 Suppl, 11| the priest is bound to ~keep a sin secret: first and 231 Suppl, 11| were to promise someone to ~keep something secret, he would 232 Suppl, 11| Therefore a man is bound to keep secret what ~he knows through 233 Suppl, 11| witnessing it was not bound to keep it secret. Therefore he 234 Suppl, 11| Therefore a man is not bound to keep a sin secret, which he has 235 Suppl, 11| to declare that he cannot keep it secret, for he ~cannot 236 Suppl, 11| confession, he is not ~bound to keep secret, in so far as he 237 Suppl, 11| it." But he is bound to keep it secret in ~so far as 238 Suppl, 19| as to admit the good and keep out the bad." Now this is 239 Suppl, 25| would do this if He did not ~keep His word." Now He said ( 240 Suppl, 39| 1 Cor. 14:34, "Let women keep silence in the ~churches."]~ 241 Suppl, 46| man of the obligation to keep an oath previously taken. 242 Suppl, 46| the ~less he is bound to keep his former oath. But this 243 Suppl, 46| before, he who does not ~keep the oath he took previously 244 Suppl, 47| whom he cannot compel to keep the promise. Now parents 245 Suppl, 47| compel their children to keep that promise.~Aquin.: SMT 246 Suppl, 49| instance by ~intending to keep or acquire bodily health. 247 Suppl, 49| evil in itself to intend to keep oneself ~in good health, 248 Suppl, 53| a Divine commandment to ~keep a vow, it would seem that 249 Suppl, 53| marriage he is still bound to keep his ~vow of continence in 250 Suppl, 53| it is becoming that they keep their bodies clean by continence ~[* 251 Suppl, 62| Further, one is not bound to keep faith with one who breaks 252 Suppl, 62| having been divorced ought to keep her ~from sin: and if it 253 Suppl, 62| from sin: and if it cannot keep her from sin, it is a lesser 254 Suppl, 64| observes: "Men ought then to keep away ~from their wives because 255 Suppl, 64| vow he sins, and must not keep ~the vow, but must do penance 256 Suppl, 64| bound throughout the day to keep oneself fit for prayer.~ 257 Suppl, 65| Tobias 4:13, "Take heed to keep thyself . . . from all ~ 258 Suppl, 75| bodies of the dead, and to keep ~the ashes, whence it became 259 Suppl, 93| species. But those who ~keep the counsels and commandments 260 Suppl, 93| greater reward than those ~who keep the commandments only, nor 261 Suppl, 93| Accordingly to those who keep conjugal ~continence, the 262 Suppl, 93| is awarded; to those who keep the ~continence of widows, 263 Suppl, 93| fruit; and to those who keep virginal ~continence, the 264 Suppl, 93| they become ~Christians and keep the commandments of God, 265 Suppl, 93| put to death in ~order to keep the faith that is in himself, 266 Suppl, 93| virginity which they ~desired to keep, for instance blessed Agnes 267 Suppl, 93| eternal life to ~those who keep the commandments: 'If thou 268 Suppl, 93| thou wilt enter into life, keep the ~commandments' (Mt. 269 Suppl, 94| other fire needs no fuel to keep it alive, because either 270 Suppl, 96| 2:10): "Whosoever shall keep the whole ~law, but offend 271 Appen1, 1| would have been able to keep. Wherefore no further ~punishment


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