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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reverence

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1 2, 67 | acts: one is an act of ~reverence to God, and with regard 2 2, 68 | name of piety ~denotes the reverence which we give to our father 3 2, 68 | whereby a man, ~through reverence for God, works good to all, 4 2, 68 | certain ~things through reverence for God. Hence it does not 5 2, 69 | a gift, so that, through reverence ~for God, we consider only 6 2, 69 | principal motive for meekness is reverence for God, which belongs to ~ 7 2, 91 | were sanctioned by fear and reverence for the law."~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 95 | were sanctioned by fear and reverence ~for the laws."~Aquin.: 9 2, 98 | prerogative of ~holiness, in reverence for Christ Who was to be 10 2, 100 | first, fidelity; ~secondly, reverence; thirdly, service. Fidelity 11 2, 100 | not have strange gods." ~Reverence to his master requires that 12 2, 100 | the first commandment we reverence the unity of the ~First 13 2, 100 | that he should show Him reverence: the ~third that he should 14 2, 100 | precepts prescribing the reverence to be observed ~towards 15 2, 102 | to God ~specially to show reverence to His majesty, and love 16 2, 102 | Thirdly, on ~account of the reverence due to God: because blood 17 2, 102 | Now man's tendency is to reverence less ~those things which 18 2, 102 | might be brought to greater ~reverence for God.~Aquin.: SMT FS 19 2, 102 | approach thither ~with greater reverence. Secondly, that certain 20 2, 102 | prayed there might, ~through reverence for the place, pray more 21 2, 102 | because all the Gentiles, in reverence to the sun, ~worshipped 22 2, 102 | be treated with greater reverence, being ~deputed, as it were, 23 2, 102 | reason was taken from the reverence due to ~those things that 24 2, 102 | they did so with greater ~reverence and humility. Moreover, 25 2, 102 | was to ~induce men to have reverence for the divine worship: 26 2, 102 | that seemed to savor of reverence. And, indeed, if this was 27 2, 102 | both on account of the reverence due to the ~priesthood, 28 2, 105 | was given to them out of reverence for the divine worship. 29 2, 108 | they ~seem to proceed from reverence to God. Hence Our Lord shows 30 2, 7 | to Him, and holds ~Him in reverence, inasmuch as faith makes 31 2, 18 | decrease but an increase in the reverence of fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS 32 2, 18 | belongs to filial fear to show reverence and submission to God, ~ 33 2, 21 | filial fear which shows reverence to God, is a sort of ~genus 34 2, 21 | observances connected with reverence for God. Hence precepts 35 2, 25 | his parents with greater reverence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 36 2, 30 | the scandal, and through reverence for ~sacred things. It is 37 2, 32 | bear them patiently out of reverence for the Divine justice. ~ 38 2, 60 | and passions which confer ~reverence or injury, harm or profit 39 2, 61 | apparently nothing else than ~"reverence shown to a person in recognition 40 2, 77 | to give one's parents due reverence, while ~it is a sin of transgression 41 2, 79 | belongs ~to religion to pay reverence to God. But reverence is 42 2, 79 | pay reverence to God. But reverence is an act of fear ~which 43 2, 79 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To pay reverence to God is an act of the 44 2, 79 | do certain things through reverence for God. ~Hence it follows, 45 2, 79 | should ~do something through reverence for God. But that he should 46 2, 79 | belongs to religion to show reverence to one God under one aspect, ~ 47 2, 79 | excellence of God, to Whom reverence is due: while ~service regards 48 2, 79 | an ~obligation of showing reverence to God. To these two belong 49 2, 79 | religion to do anything in reverence of God, as ~stated above ( 50 2, 79 | far as ~it is done out of reverence of God. Hence this does 51 2, 79 | eliciting which pertain to the reverence of God by reason of their ~ 52 2, 79 | the object of honor and ~reverence is something excellent. 53 2, 79 | forth, are done out ~of reverence for God. Hence it is evident 54 2, 79 | of religion is to pay God reverence and honor. ~Now it would 55 2, 79 | of human needs, or to the reverence of inferior creatures, it ~ 56 2, 79 | to employ them in showing reverence to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 57 2, 79 | that, We pay God honor and reverence, not for His sake (because ~ 58 2, 81 | those things through which ~reverence is shown to God, belong 59 2, 81 | religion. Now man shows reverence to ~God by means of prayer, 60 2, 81 | the other powers to the reverence of God. Now ~among the other 61 2, 81 | subjects it to Him with reverence and, so to speak, presents 62 2, 82 | whereby one uses one's body to reverence God; ~secondly, those acts 63 2, 82 | Adoration is directed to the reverence of the person ~adored. Now 64 2, 82 | proper to religion to show reverence to God. Hence the adoration ~ 65 2, 82 | 1 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Reverence is due to God on account 66 2, 82 | of proportion; and so the reverence which we pay to God, and ~ 67 2, 82 | latria, differs from the reverence which we pay to ~certain 68 2, 82 | actions are signs of internal ~reverence, certain external tokens 69 2, 82 | tokens significative of reverence are offered ~to creatures 70 2, 82 | whom we owe ~esteem and reverence and even adoration if they 71 2, 82 | Accordingly it was with ~the reverence due to an excellent creature 72 2, 82 | David; ~while it was the reverence due to God with which Mardochai 73 2, 82 | Para. 2/2~Again with the reverence due to an excellent creature 74 2, 82 | an angel. It was with the reverence due to God that ~John was 75 2, 82 | Persons, ~one honor and reverence is due to them and consequently 76 2, 82 | consists chiefly in an interior reverence of God, but secondarily 77 2, 83 | in that it is done out of reverence for God; and ~for this reason 78 2, 83 | virtues are directed to the reverence ~of God, as when a man gives 79 2, 83 | to some affliction out of reverence for ~God; and in this way 80 2, 83 | through being done out of reverence for God: such acts are ~ 81 2, 83 | fellowship pertains to reverence for God: and consequently 82 2, 83 | virtues are ~performed out of reverence for God; some of which are 83 2, 86 | as it is ~directed to the reverence of God which is the proper 84 2, 87 | him to have but little reverence for God, since he would 85 2, 87 | religion or latria is to show reverence to ~God. But the end of 86 2, 87 | and thus in a way he shows reverence to God. For this reason 87 2, 87 | great honor." Now to show ~reverence to God belongs to religion 88 2, 87 | and this pertains to the ~reverence and honor of God, so that 89 2, 87 | something to God, namely, ~reverence and honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS 90 2, 87 | to assure a man, we show ~reverence to God. For we ought so 91 2, 87 | by whom he swears." Now reverence and ~love of God are desirable 92 2, 87 | the other hand, in an oath reverence for ~the name of God is 93 2, 87 | does indeed make use of his reverence or love ~for the person 94 2, 87 | direct his oath ~to the reverence or love of that person, 95 2, 87 | confirmation, yet the greater the ~reverence it demands the more dangerous 96 2, 87 | so as to give ~them the reverence due to God. Hence Jerome 97 2, 87 | what he has sworn, through reverence of the ~Divine witness invoked, 98 2, 87 | an oath arises from ~the reverence we owe Him which binds us 99 2, 87 | would be contrary to the reverence of God. Much ~less therefore 100 2, 87 | an oath in the greatest reverence. For this reason children 101 2, 87 | to take a oath ~with due reverence. Perjurers also are debarred 102 2, 87 | treat an ~oath with the reverence due to it. For this same 103 2, 87 | might be treated with due reverence the law says (22, qu. v, 104 2, 88 | promissory oath, swearing by his ~reverence for the Divine name, which 105 2, 88 | he merely intend, through reverence of the Divine name or ~of 106 2, 88 | will by appealing to his reverence ~for a holy thing: and we 107 2, 88 | prayer or inducement through reverence of some ~holy thing: the 108 2, 89 | to think well of him, to reverence him, and to imitate him. ~ 109 2, 89 | ourselves and our hearers to reverence Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[91] 110 2, 89 | this respect we owe Him reverence and the honor of ~latria; 111 2, 90 | the first place to give reverence to ~God, and in this respect 112 2, 92 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, reverence should be paid to every 113 2, 92 | will ~be no sin to pay them reverence by worship, of sacrifices 114 2, 92 | superiors, yet the ~same reverence is not due to them all: 115 2, 93 | sacrifice were offered or reverence paid to the demon ~invoked. 116 2, 93 | recourse to lots without ~reverence. Hence, on the Acts of the 117 2, 93 | casting lots, provided due reverence be observed. Hence ~Augustine 118 2, 94 | having no connection with reverence ~for God, because this would 119 2, 94 | having no bearing on the reverence due to God and the saints), 120 2, 95 | end of religion ~is to pay reverence to God. Wherefore whatever 121 2, 95 | certain signs indicative of reverence towards God. ~Consequently 122 2, 95 | the more opposed to the reverence due to God. Now it is less ~ 123 2, 95 | is less ~opposed to this reverence that one should doubt the 124 2, 95 | man acts more against the reverence due to ~God, if by his deeds 125 2, 95 | Consequently to give divine reverence to ~another is the same 126 2, 96 | which it belongs to ~show reverence to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 127 2, 97 | worship, and thus a certain reverence is due to it, which ~reverence 128 2, 97 | reverence is due to it, which ~reverence is referred to God. Therefore 129 2, 97 | to ~which it belongs to reverence God and divine things. Therefore 130 2, 97 | behavior is contrary to the reverence due to God ~and consequently 131 2, 97 | sin a man acts counter to ~reverence due to sacred things, he 132 2, 97 | treatment of a sacred thing. Now reverence is due to a ~sacred thing 133 2, 99 | being, the latter owes him reverence ~and service. Accidentally, 134 2, 99 | service, and "homage" to reverence or honor, ~because, as Augustine 135 2, 100 | Moreover, we owe them reverence and subjection, ~according 136 2, 100 | OBJ 3: Further honor and reverence are due to the virtuous 137 2, 100 | after God. Now honor and reverence are paid to the virtuous 138 2, 101 | corporal. For honor ~is showing reverence in acknowledgment of virtue, 139 2, 101 | Ethic. i, 5). Now showing reverence is something ~spiritual, 140 2, 101 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Reverence is not the same as honor: 141 2, 101 | honors ~another out of the reverence he has for him; and on the 142 2, 101 | that he may ~be held in reverence by others.~Aquin.: SMT SS 143 2, 101 | properly speaking is ~the reverence of servants for their master, 144 2, 101 | of God, yet in showing ~reverence to a person, one does not 145 2, 101 | towards ~its image. Wherefore reverence paid to a person as the 146 2, 101 | yet this differs from the reverence that is ~paid to God Himself, 147 2, 101 | a wide sense as denoting reverence paid to anyone on account 148 2, 101 | any similar virtue whereby reverence is shown towards a man. 149 2, 101 | strict sense as denoting the reverence ~of a servant for his lord, 150 2, 101 | sense, since the greatest reverence is that which is due to 151 2, 102 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Reverence regards directly the person 152 2, 102 | s precept on account of reverence to him, it ~follows that 153 2, 102 | Obedience proceeds from reverence, which pays worship and ~ 154 2, 102 | far as it proceeds ~from reverence for a superior, it is contained, 155 2, 102 | far as it proceeds from reverence for one's ~parents, it is 156 2, 102 | far as it proceeds from ~reverence for God, it comes under 157 2, 103 | made the precept, because ~reverence for the person commanding 158 2, 103 | commanding should give rise to reverence for his ~command. In like 159 2, 104 | benefactor, as such, honor and reverence, since the latter stands 160 2, 104 | kindness by showing him reverence and honor. Wherefore ~the 161 2, 108 | towards the Jews, and their ~reverence and fear of God, for which 162 2, 120 | by ~lack, as it were, of reverence, when, to wit, God is contemned, 163 2, 120 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Reverence is due to the Divine names 164 2, 129 | AA[1],2), honor denotes ~reverence shown to a person in witness 165 2, 130 | praised, or ~shown any kind of reverence, he acquires charity in 166 2, 130 | false that is opposed to the reverence we owe God, according to ~ 167 2, 147 | standing; wherefore ~honor and reverence are due to the old, according 168 2, 155 | neighbor's evil through reverence for a superior, for instance ~ 169 2, 156 | i.e. to fall away from reverence for Him is the first part ~ 170 2, 159 | hope is based on divine reverence, which shows ~that man ought 171 2, 159 | 3), properly regards the reverence whereby man is subject to 172 2, 159 | with the same measure of reverence as we ~revere God. Wherefore 173 2, 159 | humility regards chiefly the reverence whereby one is ~subject 174 2, 159 | that humility is caused by ~reverence for God does not prevent 175 2, 159 | both these things is the ~reverence we bear to God. Now the 176 2, 183 | resulting ~from these, namely reverence, honor, and a sufficiency 177 3, 1 | God?" which pertains to reverence. Therefore it would seem ~ 178 3, 1 | living; and later on when reverence ~grew weaker, He gave the 179 3, 1 | world, all knowledge and reverence of God and all uprightness 180 3, 7 | towards God in an act of reverence. Hence it is ~said (Heb. 181 3, 7 | things "he was heard for his reverence." For ~Christ as man had 182 3, 7 | Christ as man had this act of reverence towards God in a fuller 183 3, 21 | He was heard for His reverence."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 184 3, 25 | excellence. for honor is reverence given to something on account ~ 185 3, 25 | therefore we ~must say that no reverence is shown to Christ's image, 186 3, 25 | or painted wood: because reverence is not due save to a ~rational 187 3, 25 | It follow therefore that reverence should be shown to ~it, 188 3, 25 | image. Consequently the same reverence ~should be shown to Christ' 189 3, 25 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Reverence is due to the rational creature 190 3, 25 | stated above (A[3]), honor or reverence is due to a ~rational creature 191 3, 25 | insensible creature, no honor or ~reverence is due save by reason of 192 3, 25 | And for this sole reason reverence is shown ~to it.~Aquin.: 193 3, 36 | devolved on them to show reverence ~to the child conceived 194 3, 36 | and pay homage to Him. For reverence is due to a king from ~his 195 3, 51 | and with due care and ~reverence wrapped it up and buried 196 3, 57 | charity. Fourthly, our reverence for Him ~is thereby increased, 197 3, 64 | order to arouse devotion and reverence in the ~recipients. But 198 3, 65 | are consecrated through reverence for the Eucharist.~Aquin.: 199 3, 66 | the faithful, and ~their reverence for the sacrament. For if 200 3, 68 | life. Thirdly, a certain reverence for the sacrament ~demands 201 3, 76 | devils are found to pay reverence ~thereto, and to fear it. 202 3, 76 | apparition takes place, the same reverence is ~shown to it as was shown 203 3, 76 | truly there, to Whom we show reverence of "latria." Therefore, 204 3, 80 | defilement, with ~which, out of reverence for the sacrament, it is 205 3, 80 | Further, there is no less reverence due to this sacrament after ~ 206 3, 80 | 3: Further, the greatest reverence is due to this sacrament 207 3, 80 | Christ. But it is a token of reverence to refrain from ~receiving 208 3, 80 | this sacrament with great ~reverence and devotion. Consequently, 209 3, 80 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Reverence for this sacrament consists 210 3, 80 | love, while the humility of reverence ~springs from fear. Consequently, 211 3, 80 | of these belongs to the reverence ~due to this sacrament; 212 3, 80 | the recipient the greatest reverence and caution are ~called 213 3, 82 | Thirdly, because out of ~reverence towards this sacrament, 214 3, 82 | claims for itself such reverence that no one may dare to ~ 215 3, 83 | other is ~connected with the reverence due to the sacrament, in 216 3, 83 | both that we may show our reverence for the sacrament, and in 217 3, 83 | be ~hindered by want of reverence. Hence it is written (2 218 3, 83 | stone. Consequently, out of reverence ~for the sacrament, it was 219 3, 83 | pertain to ~the devotion and reverence due to this sacrament.~Aquin.: 220 3, 83 | celebration of mass ~out of reverence for this sacrament; and 221 3, 83 | two things: first, to the reverence due to this sacrament, i.e. 222 3, 83 | and this belongs to the reverence for this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 223 3, 83 | remain: and this belongs to reverence ~for the sacrament. Hence ( 224 3, 83 | not seem possible for due reverence to ~be shown towards this 225 3, 87 | they include a movement of ~reverence for God and Divine things; 226 Suppl, 6 | approached with greater reverence; and lastly, that parish 227 Suppl, 25| Who "was heard for ~His reverence" (Heb. 5:7) said to Peter, 228 Suppl, 54| more derogatory to the ~reverence due to parents if the son 229 Suppl, 54| parents is derogatory to the reverence due to ~them. For just as 230 Suppl, 54| instilled into the offspring ~reverence towards their parents: yet 231 Suppl, 54| solicitude for his children or reverence for ~parents; but to other 232 Suppl, 54| knowledge of her and a certain reverence for ~her. And since all 233 Suppl, 62| fornication, but because in reverence for her sanctity, he ~feared 234 Suppl, 64| may either abstain out of reverence or receive ~Christ's body 235 Suppl, 71| they were carried off in ~reverence to the idols: but they took 236 Suppl, 71| poor, or as doing this in reverence of God. Hence, ~after the 237 Suppl, 72| signs that ~induce people to reverence and subjection: and consequently 238 Suppl, 78| is the age that ~demands reverence. Therefore the old will 239 Suppl, 78| OBJ 1: Old age calls for reverence, not on account of the state 240 Suppl, 78| elect there will remain the reverence due to old age on account 241 Suppl, 81| in order to ~signify the reverence which both angels and all 242 Suppl, 92| security which power ~offers, reverence which dignity offers. Consequently 243 Suppl, 92| known to ~others, or as "reverence," as indicating that good 244 Suppl, 92| knowledge ~thereof, for reverence is the showing of honor


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