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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 42 | subjects Himself by His inborn piety" - that is, by His recognition ~ 2 1, 42 | subjects Himself by His inborn piety" - that is, by His recognition ~ 3 2, 19 | will what is against filial piety. ~But if man were to will 4 2, 19 | sometimes be contrary ~to filial piety: for instance, when God 5 2, 19 | would be against filial piety. Therefore ~man is not bound 6 2, 60 | moral virtue distinct from piety, both ~of which are about 7 2, 60 | we pay our debt to God; "Piety," ~whereby we pay our debt 8 2, 60 | reckons as a special virtue, piety which directs man to the 9 2, 68 | counsel pertains to prudence, piety to a kind ~of justice, and 10 2, 68 | appetite, viz. fortitude, ~piety and fear; they held that 11 2, 68 | knowledge against ignorance, piety ~against hardness of our 12 2, 68 | corresponding to justice, viz. piety, and something ~corresponding 13 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, piety is a part of justice. But 14 2, 68 | justice ~itself, and not piety, ought to have been set 15 2, 68 | fortitude; knowledge, to direct piety. Therefore, some ~gift should 16 2, 68 | another, is ~perfected by "piety"; in matters touching himself, 17 2, 68 | a gift. But the name of piety ~denotes the reverence which 18 2, 68 | worship of God is also called piety, ~as Augustine states (De 19 2, 68 | all, is fittingly called piety.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 20 2, 68 | it hath not the use ~of piety . . . and piety is very 21 2, 68 | use ~of piety . . . and piety is very useless if it lack 22 2, 68 | fear of adversity . . . piety satisfies the inmost heart 23 2, 68 | in the active life, e.g. piety ~and fortitude. Now the 24 2, 68 | to the future state. Of piety he says that "it satisfies 25 2, 68 | to the future state, when piety will ~achieve, not works 26 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, piety seems to be a kind of common 27 2, 68 | Apostle says (1 Tim. 4:8): "Piety [Douay: 'Godliness'] is 28 2, 68 | particular goods. ~Therefore piety, which is given the last 29 2, 68 | are more excellent than piety, ~fortitude, and fear; and 30 2, 68 | fear; and among the latter, piety excels fortitude, and ~fortitude 31 2, 68 | counsel precede ~knowledge and piety: because fortitude and counsel 32 2, 68 | difficult matters, whereas piety and knowledge regard ordinary 33 2, 68 | preferred to ~knowledge and piety, it is considered with regard 34 2, 68 | quoted from the Apostle, piety is not compared ~with all 35 2, 68 | so is knowledge united to piety: because counsel and ~fortitude 36 2, 68 | difficulty, while knowledge and ~piety are concerned with ordinary 37 2, 68 | preference to ~knowledge and piety.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 38 2, 68 | against hardness of heart, piety; against ~piety, fear." 39 2, 68 | of heart, piety; against ~piety, fear." Therefore the virtues 40 2, 68 | may swell the mind; lest piety, while it swerves from the 41 2, 69 | connected with poverty, while piety seems to ~correspond to 42 2, 69 | mercy too, correspond ~to piety, which perfects man in his 43 2, 69 | for God, which belongs to ~piety. The chief motive for mourning 44 2, 100 | not the habit of filial piety.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 45 2, 102 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 11: Further, piety is required especially in 46 2, 102 | it seems ~to be an act of piety to assist at the burial 47 2, 102 | is ~sometimes an act of piety to marry a loose woman, 48 2, 111 | understanding, counsel, piety, fortitude, and fear, as 49 2, 8 | three of the others, viz. piety, fortitude, and fear, is 50 2, 9 | it ~hath not its use for piety . . . and piety is very 51 2, 9 | use for piety . . . and piety is very useless if it lacks ~ 52 2, 9 | that ~knowledge directs piety. But this cannot apply to 53 2, 9 | and in this way it directs piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[3] 54 2, 30 | whence our English word "Piety." Cf. also inf. Q[101], 55 2, 43 | xiv, 1) we read: "Behold piety, that is ~wisdom." Now both 56 2, 43 | wisdom." Now both fear and piety are gifts of the Holy Ghost. 57 2, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as piety which pertains to the worship 58 2, 43 | worshipping God, so too, piety manifests wisdom. For this 59 2, 43 | wisdom. For this reason piety is ~stated to be wisdom, 60 2, 78 | reckons six, viz. "religion, piety, ~gratitude, revenge, observance, 61 2, 78 | innocence, friendship, concord, piety, religion, affection, humanity," ~ 62 2, 78 | commonsense, [*{eugnomosyne}] piety, gratitude, holiness, just 63 2, 78 | Ethic. viii, 14); and thus "piety" is ~annexed to justice, 64 2, 78 | toward superiors, namely, "piety" to parents, and "religion" 65 2, 78 | their executor. {Eusebeia} [piety] means ~"good worship" and 66 2, 79 | consider (1) religion, (2) piety, (3) ~observance, (4) gratitude, ( 67 2, 79 | observance, or "dulia," ~or piety whereby we honor our neighbor. 68 2, 80 | through a sentiment of piety, when they recover their 69 2, 81 | we pray for another with piety ~and perseverance, and ask 70 2, 81 | a chaste fear. If it is piety whereby blessed are ~the 71 2, 81 | prayer is impious, and yet piety it required ~in order that 72 2, 93 | however, Christian and true piety rejects and ~condemns."~ 73 2, 99 | 101] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PIETY (FOUR ARTICLES)~After religion 74 2, 99 | religion we must consider piety, the consideration of which 75 2, 99 | inquiry ~arise with regard to piety:~(1) To whom does piety 76 2, 99 | piety:~(1) To whom does piety extend?~(2) What does piety 77 2, 99 | piety extend?~(2) What does piety make one offer a person?~( 78 2, 99 | offer a person?~(3) Whether piety is a special virtue?~(4) 79 2, 99 | 4) Whether the duties of piety should be omitted for the 80 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether piety extends to particular human 81 2, 99 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that piety does not extend to particular 82 2, 99 | says (De Civ. Dei x) that piety denotes, ~properly speaking, 83 2, 99 | but only to God. Therefore piety does not extend definitely 84 2, 99 | Gregory says (Moral. i): "Piety, on her day, provides a ~ 85 2, 99 | Doctr. Christ. i). Therefore piety does not extend ~definitely 86 2, 99 | seem to be the virtue of piety, according to a ~gloss on 87 2, 99 | an appearance indeed of piety [Douay: ~'godliness']." 88 2, 99 | godliness']." Therefore piety extends not only to one' 89 2, 99 | Rhet. ii) that "it is by piety ~that we do our duty towards 90 2, 99 | God, so ~does it belong to piety, in the second place, to 91 2, 99 | of our country. Therefore piety extends chiefly to these.~ 92 2, 99 | Consequently the term piety extends also to the divine 93 2, 99 | De Civ. Dei x), "the term piety is often ~used in connection 94 2, 99 | relations: ~wherefore the term piety is more applicable to them.~ 95 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether piety provides support for our 96 2, 99 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that piety does not provide support 97 2, 99 | and ~mother," belongs to piety. But this prescribes only 98 2, 99 | Therefore it does not belong to piety to provide support for one' 99 2, 99 | the parents." Therefore piety does not oblige them ~to 100 2, 99 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, piety extends not only to one' 101 2, 99 | Invent. Rhet. ii) that "piety gives both duty and ~homage": " 102 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether piety is a special virtue distinct 103 2, 99 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that piety is not a special virtue 104 2, 99 | love. But it belongs to piety. Therefore piety is not 105 2, 99 | belongs to piety. Therefore piety is not a distinct virtue ~ 106 2, 99 | give worship to God. But ~piety also gives worship to God, 107 2, 99 | Civ. Dei x). ~Therefore piety is not distinct from religion.~ 108 2, 99 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, piety, whereby we give our country 109 2, 99 | Ethic. v, 1,2). Therefore piety is not a special virtue.~ 110 2, 99 | being and ~government. And piety regards this principle, 111 2, 99 | related ~thereto. Therefore piety is a special virtue.~Aquin.: 112 2, 99 | directed to God, so again piety is a ~protestation of the 113 2, 99 | is a distinct virtue from piety, which pays homage ~to our 114 2, 99 | wherefore, by way of excellence, piety ~designates the worship 115 2, 99 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Piety extends to our country in 116 2, 99 | of a general virtue than piety has.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] 117 2, 99 | 1~Whether the duties of piety towards one's parents should 118 2, 99 | seems that the duties of piety towards one's parents should 119 2, 99 | needs omit the duties of piety. Therefore the duties of ~ 120 2, 99 | Therefore the duties of ~piety should be omitted for the 121 2, 99 | religion, while it is a duty of piety to bury ~one's father. Therefore 122 2, 99 | father. Therefore a duty of piety should be omitted for the 123 2, 99 | paying them the duties of piety so do we worship ~God by 124 2, 99 | Therefore the duties of piety should be omitted for the ~ 125 2, 99 | Therefore the duties of piety towards one's ~parents should 126 2, 99 | answer that, Religion and piety are two virtues. Now no 127 2, 99 | impossible that religion and piety mutually hinder one ~another, 128 2, 99 | vice. Hence it belongs ~to piety to pay duty and homage to 129 2, 99 | says on Lk. 12:52, "the piety of ~divine religion takes 130 2, 99 | would no longer be an act of piety to pay worship to ~one's 131 2, 99 | is the highest degree of piety to be cruel in this matter." ~ 132 2, 99 | such a case the duties of piety towards one's parents should ~ 133 2, 99 | then will it be an act of piety, and there will ~be no need 134 2, 99 | will ~be no need to set piety aside for the sake of religion.~ 135 2, 99 | give our parents out of piety is referred by us ~to God; 136 2, 100 | Of its comparison with piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 137 2, 100 | distinct from the object of piety: for Tully ~says (De Invent. 138 2, 100 | honor are paid also by piety to our parents, who excel 139 2, 100 | not a distinct virtue from piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 140 2, 100 | worship is given to ~find piety, whereby we worship our 141 2, 100 | we worship our so under piety we find observance, ~whereby 142 2, 100 | religion goes by the ~name of piety by way of supereminence, 143 2, 100 | supereminence, although piety properly so called ~is distinct 144 2, 100 | religion; and in the same way piety can be called ~observance 145 2, 100 | speaking is ~distinct from piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 146 2, 100 | is a greater virtue than piety?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 147 2, 100 | is a greater virtue than piety. For the ~prince to whom 148 2, 100 | father who ~is worshiped by piety, as a universal to a particular 149 2, 100 | is a greater virtue than ~piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 150 2, 100 | is a greater virtue than piety, which pays worship to one' 151 2, 100 | parents which refers to piety. ~Therefore piety follows 152 2, 100 | refers to piety. ~Therefore piety follows immediately after 153 2, 100 | belongs to observance, but to piety, which pays worship not 154 2, 100 | observance, as ~distinct from piety. Therefore in comparing 155 2, 100 | comparing observance with piety we must ~needs take into 156 2, 100 | dignity. For this reason piety takes ~precedence of observance, 157 2, 100 | pertain to observance, but to ~piety, as stated above.~Aquin.: 158 2, 101 | Just as religion is called piety by way of excellence, ~inasmuch 159 2, 101 | excellence, and thus it comprises piety and observance, and ~any 160 2, 102 | parents, it is contained under piety; and in so far as it proceeds 161 2, 104 | belongs to the virtue of piety. Therefore thankfulness 162 2, 104 | pay God due worship, and piety, whereby we worship our 163 2, 104 | religion is superexcelling piety, so is it ~excelling thankfulness 164 2, 119 | 121] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PIETY (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 165 2, 119 | corresponds to justice; namely, ~piety. Under this head there are 166 2, 119 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether piety is a gift?~Aquin.: SMT SS 167 2, 119 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that piety is not a gift. For the gifts 168 2, 119 | above (FS, Q[68], A[1]). But piety is a virtue, as ~stated 169 2, 119 | Q[101], A[3]). Therefore piety is not a gift.~Aquin.: SMT 170 2, 119 | religion is greater than piety. Therefore if any part of 171 2, 119 | should be a gift rather ~than piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 172 2, 119 | A[6]). But the act of piety cannot remain in heaven: ~ 173 2, 119 | Gregory says (Moral. i) that "piety fills the inmost recesses 174 2, 119 | and so there will be no piety in heaven since ~there will 175 2, 119 | Q[30], A[1]]. Therefore piety is not a ~gift.~Aquin.: 176 2, 119 | it belongs ~properly to piety to pay duty and worship 177 2, 119 | father, it follows ~that piety, whereby, at the Holy Ghost' 178 2, 119 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The piety that pays duty and worship 179 2, 119 | flesh is a virtue: but the piety that is a gift pays this 180 2, 119 | father in the flesh, as the piety ~that is a virtue does. 181 2, 119 | greater than the virtue of piety: while the gift of piety 182 2, 119 | piety: while the gift of piety is ~greater than religion.~ 183 2, 119 | OBJ 3: As by the virtue of piety man pays duty and worship 184 2, 119 | father so by the gift of piety he pays ~worship and duty 185 2, 119 | God. Hence it belongs to piety to honor the saints, and ~ 186 2, 119 | the Day of Judgment, yet piety will exercise its ~principal 187 2, 119 | corresponds to the ~gift of piety?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 188 2, 119 | correspond to the gift of piety. For piety is the gift corresponding ~ 189 2, 119 | to the gift of piety. For piety is the gift corresponding ~ 190 2, 119 | works of mercy belong to piety. Therefore the second beatitude 191 2, 119 | pertain to the gift of piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 192 2, 119 | 2: Further, the gift of piety is directed by the gift 193 2, 119 | beatitude corresponds to piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 194 2, 119 | benignity seem to agree with piety rather than mildness, which 195 2, 119 | correspond to the ~gift of piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 196 2, 119 | Serm. Dom. in Monte i): "Piety is ~becoming to the meek."~ 197 2, 119 | Blessed are the meek," to piety, and so on. Another ~congruity 198 2, 119 | beatitudes would correspond to piety, rather than the second. 199 2, 119 | a certain congruity with piety, inasmuch as meekness ~removes 200 2, 119 | the obstacles to acts of piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 201 2, 119 | correspond to knowledge and piety: ~but taking them according 202 2, 119 | be directly ~ascribed to piety; and mildness indirectly 203 2, 119 | removes ~obstacles to acts of piety, as stated above. ~ 204 2, 120 | precept is about acts of ~piety, which is the second part 205 2, 120 | live?" Now the precept of ~piety, whereby man honors his 206 2, 120 | the precept pertaining to piety. ~Now, just as piety is 207 2, 120 | to piety. ~Now, just as piety is a part of justice, so 208 2, 120 | given a special precept of piety, ~as none is given regarding 209 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, piety pays worship not only to 210 2, 120 | stated above (Q[101], A[2]), piety directs us to pay the ~debt 211 2, 120 | contain ~some reference to piety rather than to the other 212 2, 120 | the Apostle (1 Tim. 4:8): "Piety [Douay: ~'godliness'] is 213 2, 120 | fourth precept pertaining ~to piety, whereby he pays what is 214 2, 137 | fortitude. ~For the gift of piety and not the gift of fortitude 215 2, 137 | corresponds to the gift of ~piety rather than to the gift 216 2, 152 | while given to works of piety, yields to the ~inconstancy 217 2, 155 | seems to pertain to mercy or piety which would ~seem to be 218 2, 155 | deacon] on 1 Tim. 4:8, "Piety [Douay: 'Godliness'] is 219 2, 155 | things," observes that "piety is the sum total of the 220 2, 155 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Mercy and piety agree indeed with meekness 221 2, 155 | differ as to motive. For piety ~relieves a neighbor's evil 222 2, 157 | justice without attending to ~piety": so that savagery would 223 2, 157 | judgment which is demanded by piety. Now this ~has been stated 224 2, 157 | unseemly savagery, let there be piety without undue clemency." 225 2, 157 | directly opposed to the gift of piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[159] A[ 226 2, 185 | visiting them from motives of piety. Hence it is ~written (4 227 2, 185 | rich ~humble themselves to piety, it is not that the poor 228 2, 186 | account of ~their devotion and piety." Therefore just as a religious 229 2, 187 | when we were ~treating of piety, parents as such have the 230 3, 18 | ascribe to Christ "a will of piety," which can only be on the 231 3, 18 | Reply OBJ 3: The "will of piety" would not seem to be distinct 232 3, 39 | This refers to the gift of piety, by reason of which the 233 3, 79 | Joan.): "O sacrament of ~piety, O sign of unity, O bond 234 3, 80 | things that ~pertain to piety are to be given to the insane": 235 3, 80 | this is the "sacrament of piety," it must be given to them.~ 236 Suppl, 25| regards the cause, there be ~piety which includes the honor 237 Suppl, 71| were cared for with dutiful piety, ~their obsequies celebrated,


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