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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 23 | can be furthered by the prayers of the saints?~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 23 | can be furthered by the prayers of the saints?~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 23 | cannot be furthered by the prayers ~of the saints. For nothing 4 1, 23 | eternal. Therefore, since the prayers ~of the saints are temporal, 5 1, 23 | is not furthered by the ~prayers of the saints.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 23 | cannot be furthered by ~the prayers of the saints. ~Aquin.: 7 1, 23 | can be furthered by the prayers ~of the saints.~Aquin.: 8 1, 23 | predestination, said that prayers ~were superfluous, as also 9 1, 23 | by certain sacrifices and prayers. Against this also is the 10 1, 23 | predestination be furthered by the ~prayers of the saints. For it is 11 1, 23 | For it is not due to their prayers that anyone is ~predestined 12 1, 23 | said to be ~helped by the prayers of the saints, and by other 13 1, 23 | whether it be one's own prayers or those of another; or ~ 14 1, 23 | is not furthered by ~the prayers of the saints, as regards 15 1, 32 | in their sacrifices and prayers on ~account of some perfection 16 1, 104 | cause, as occurred at the ~prayers of Samuel and Elias; and 17 1, 112 | Daniel was praying, his prayers being offered ~to God by 18 2, 102 | propitiation thence at ~the prayers of the high-priest. And 19 2, 114 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the prayers of the just are not void, 20 2, 114 | justifications that we present our ~prayers before Thy face, but for 21 2, 3 | Apostle (Eph. 6:19) ~asks for prayers that it may be granted him " 22 2, 16 | furthered by the saints' prayers." Therefore one may ~hope 23 2, 38 | the praise of ~God, and prayers for the people, which belong 24 2, 38 | salutary warnings, devout prayers, and, ~for those who are 25 2, 45 | prudent . . . and watch ~in prayers." But watchfulness is the 26 2, 50 | of the angels, and the ~prayers of the saints. In this respect 27 2, 63 | He will not ~despise the prayers of the fatherless, nor the 28 2, 81 | we call upon God in ~our prayers, we unveil our mind in His 29 2, 81 | than what is bought with prayers." But God is ~supremely 30 2, 81 | and that it is changed ~by prayers and other things pertaining 31 2, 81 | disposed to be fulfilled by our prayers in ~other words "that by 32 2, 81 | disposition, but that, by our ~prayers, we may obtain what God 33 2, 81 | God alone, since all our prayers ought to be ~directed to 34 2, 81 | petitions, but that our prayers may be effective ~through 35 2, 81 | effective ~through their prayers and merits. Hence it is 36 2, 81 | the incense," namely "the prayers of the saints ascended up ~ 37 2, 81 | anything definite in our prayers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 38 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 2: When in our prayers we ask for things concerning 39 2, 81 | pious desires and devout ~prayers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 40 2, 81 | ask God for them in our prayers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 41 2, 81 | reasons: First, because the ~prayers of a multitude are more 42 2, 81 | 15:30, "Help me in your prayers," says: "The Apostle rightly 43 2, 81 | it is impossible for the prayers ~of a multitude not to obtain" 44 2, 81 | find that they need the prayers of the less perfect.~Aquin.: 45 2, 81 | enemies from the general prayers which we offer up for others: 46 2, 81 | ask for something in our prayers when it is right that we ~ 47 2, 81 | heaven pray for us, the prayers of the ~higher saints would 48 2, 81 | help of the lower saints' prayers but only of those of the 49 2, 81 | we are dead, none of our prayers for others can ~be heard, 50 2, 81 | that not even the martyrs' prayers are granted when they ~pray 51 2, 81 | absolutely false, ~because, since prayers offered for others proceed 52 2, 81 | latter can be helped by prayers: ~and the more closely they 53 2, 81 | God, the more are their prayers ~efficacious: for the Divine 54 2, 81 | perfection of bliss: and their prayers ~are efficacious in impetrating 55 2, 81 | take place ~through their prayers: and they pray for that 56 2, 81 | be ~granted through their prayers according to God's will.~ 57 2, 81 | it happens sometime that prayers ~addressed to a saint of 58 2, 81 | should not use words in ~our prayers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 59 2, 81 | Church should say these ~prayers even in a loud voice, so 60 2, 81 | is ~employed in such like prayers for three reasons. First, 61 2, 81 | frequent but very short prayers, rapid ejaculations, as 62 2, 81 | judge of this in ~private prayers by considering the attention 63 2, 81 | praying, so ~too, in public prayers we must judge of it by considering 64 2, 81 | we pray, but that in our prayers we might have none but ~ 65 2, 81 | because even the saints' prayers are frequently not heard; 66 2, 81 | never refuses to grant our prayers, since in His loving-kindness 67 2, 81 | anything from God by their prayers?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 68 2, 81 | nothing from God by their ~prayers. It is written (Jn. 9:31): " 69 2, 81 | impetrate nothing by their prayers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 70 2, 81 | against him, wherefore his prayers are heard, according ~to 71 2, 81 | described as supplications, ~prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings?~ 72 2, 81 | described ~as supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings. ~ 73 2, 81 | unfitting to ~distinguish "prayers" from "intercessions."~Aquin.: 74 2, 81 | are called to mind; that ~"prayers are in the consecration 75 2, 83 | Him alone: even so "in our prayers and ~praises we proffer 76 2, 84 | appertaining to the ~people, their prayers, for instance, their sacrifices 77 2, 94 | consist in certain fasts and prayers ~to God; moreover, they 78 2, 95 | tempts God ~explicitly in his prayers when he asks something of 79 2, 95 | Accordingly when a man in his prayers or deeds entrusts ~himself 80 2, 95 | saints work miracles by their prayers, they are moved ~by a motive 81 2, 98 | the ~assistance of their prayers, according to Lk. 16:9, " 82 2, 98 | the assistance of their prayers do not give with the intent 83 2, 98 | intent of ~buying their prayers; but by their gratuitous 84 2, 169 | Deum. Ep. cxxx, 9) that our prayers need ~to be frequent, "lest 85 2, 176 | the wicked, wherefore the prayers even of sinners ~are sometimes 86 2, 185 | our time, say they, with prayers, psalms, reading, ~and the 87 2, 185 | granted than ten thousand ~prayers of the contemptuous": meaning 88 2, 185 | psalms ~or hymns as private prayers. Likewise what he says of 89 2, 185 | those who perform public prayers in the church, ~or give 90 2, 186 | by the spirit of their ~prayers, what an example to us is 91 3, 1 | be ~brought about by the prayers of others, so also He predestined 92 3, 21 | man, He wished to offer prayers to the ~Father, not as though 93 3, 21 | Master of Unity did not wish prayers to be offered individually 94 3, 21 | cry and ~tears offering up prayers . . . He was heard for His 95 3, 21 | is it that other ~men's prayers are fulfilled, in that their 96 3, 22 | offers up the ~people's prayers to God, and, in a manner, 97 3, 22 | offered [Vulg.: 'offering'] up prayers and ~supplications to Him 98 3, 26 | offering satisfaction and prayers to God ~for men. And therefore 99 3, 36 | prayer, if our constant prayers mount up to God with an 100 3, 37 | gregarious, signifies the public prayers of the Church" ~[*Bede, 101 3, 64 | OBJ 2: Further, certain prayers are offered up in conferring 102 3, 64 | the ~sacraments. But the prayers of the righteous are more 103 3, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The prayers which are said in giving 104 3, 64 | the ~whole Church, whose prayers are acceptable to God, according 105 3, 64 | infamy, I ~will not call them prayers, over the Divine symbols."~ 106 3, 66 | devil is restrained, by prayers, ~blessings, and the like, 107 3, 70 | believers offered up some prayers to God for their ~children, 108 3, 70 | just as the adults offered ~prayers and sacrifices for themselves.~ 109 3, 72 | to explain in writing the prayers which are used in the ~sacraments, 110 3, 80 | communicants say ~their own private prayers.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 111 3, 82 | for I will not call them prayers."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 112 3, 82 | the chief thing; and the prayers ~which are offered up in 113 3, 82 | other hand, his private prayers are ~not fruitful, according 114 3, 82 | sacrament of Baptism solemn prayers are not made for ~all the 115 3, 82 | fact of his putting up all prayers in the person of the Church. ~ 116 3, 82 | priest, in reciting the prayers of the mass, speaks ~instead 117 3, 82 | unity of the Church, his prayers have no efficacy.~Aquin.: 118 3, 83 | delay by means of devout prayers and rites." Hence, too, ~ 119 3, 83 | may offer up gifts and prayers for the people" (Heb. 5: 120 3, 83 | alike, such as the "common prayers"; other words, however, 121 3, 83 | consecration; consequently, ~the prayers that are said in connection 122 3, 83 | therefore before the secret prayers he says aloud, ~"The Lord 123 3, 83 | mysteries may present to God the prayers of ~both priest and people, 124 3, 83 | smoke of the ~incense of the prayers of the saints ascended up 125 3, 83 | priest ~sends [mittit] his prayers up to God through the angel, 126 3, 84 | not ~sacramental, but are prayers for the remission of venial 127 Suppl, 18| surety, on account of the prayers of the priest or ~confessor, 128 Suppl, 21| words, "and the general prayers of the Church."~Aquin.: 129 Suppl, 21| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Prayers are said for unbelievers, 130 Suppl, 21| receive ~the fruit of those prayers unless they be converted 131 Suppl, 21| the faith. In like ~manner prayers may be offered up for those 132 Suppl, 21| excommunicated, but ~not among the prayers that are said for the members 133 Suppl, 21| the ~excommunication, but prayers are said for them that they 134 Suppl, 21| 1~Reply OBJ 2: One man's prayers profit another in so far 135 Suppl, 21| whom she prays. Hence those prayers of the Church which are ~ 136 Suppl, 21| excommunicated. Nor can prayers be said for them among the 137 Suppl, 21| derived not only from ~her prayers, but also from the sacraments 138 Suppl, 21| and by depriving him of prayers and other spiritual things, 139 Suppl, 21| a man is deprived of the prayers of ~the Church, he incurs 140 Suppl, 21| acquires through the Church's prayers. For they bring an ~increase 141 Suppl, 22| deprives a man of the Church's ~prayers, by which he is disposed 142 Suppl, 22| are not deprived of the prayers of the ~Church, as the excommunicated 143 Suppl, 22| further ~from the Church's prayers than one who has been excommunicated 144 Suppl, 29| he needs ~to be helped by prayers; secondly, because it is 145 Suppl, 36| infamy, I will not call them prayers, over ~the Divine symbols." 146 Suppl, 37| person only, for instance the prayers of ~individuals, vows, and 147 Suppl, 64| ought to dissuade him by her prayers and ~admonitions; yet not 148 Suppl, 69| by the living; ~(4) the prayers of the saints in heaven; ( 149 Suppl, 71| works, when namely, ~at the prayers of one, another is given 150 Suppl, 71| dead has a place in the prayers which the ~priests pour 151 Suppl, 71| sinners." Now if ~their prayers were to profit those for 152 Suppl, 71| Eccl. Hier.): "If here the prayers of ~the righteous avail 153 Suppl, 71| are worthy of their holy prayers?" Hence we ~may gather that 154 Suppl, 71| others were assisted by the prayers of Macarius. ~Therefore 155 Suppl, 71| them by the merit of their prayers before ~they are summoned 156 Suppl, 71| recalled to life at the prayers of blessed ~Gregory, and 157 Suppl, 71| happens otherwise ~through the prayers of the righteous, than is 158 Suppl, 71| commend ourselves to his prayers."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 159 Suppl, 71| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the prayers of the Church, the sacrifice 160 Suppl, 71| not assisted ~only by the prayers of the Church, the sacrifice 161 Suppl, 71| of their friends, or the prayers of the saints, or the ~fasting 162 Suppl, 71| only a sacrifice but ~also prayers. Hence the suffrage of the 163 Suppl, 71| Mass. But as regards the prayers, that Mass ~is most profitable 164 Suppl, 71| profitable in which the prayers are appointed for this purpose. ~ 165 Suppl, 71| of ~some saint, by whose prayers we must believe that he 166 Suppl, 71| appointing certain special prayers for ~certain persons is 167 Suppl, 71| deceased person, other ~prayers are added for other deceased 168 Suppl, 71| suffrages, especially of prayers, rely on the Divine ~power. 169 Suppl, 71| it is not unfitting for prayers to be said for others also. 170 Suppl, 71| others also. For ~these prayers are said, not that the satisfaction 171 Suppl, 72| 72] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PRAYERS WITH REGARD TO THE SAINTS 172 Suppl, 72| saints have knowledge of our prayers?~(2) Whether we should beseech 173 Suppl, 72| for us?~(3) Whether the prayers they pour forth for us are 174 Suppl, 72| saints have knowledge of our prayers?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 175 Suppl, 72| have no knowledge of our prayers. ~For a gloss on Is. 62: 176 Suppl, 72| cannot be ~cognizant of our prayers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 177 Suppl, 72| are not cognizant of our prayers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 178 Suppl, 72| seem ~that our deeds and prayers are not known to them.~Aquin.: 179 Suppl, 72| they do not see therein our prayers and other things that ~happen 180 Suppl, 72| to God alone to know ~our prayers. Therefore our prayers are 181 Suppl, 72| our prayers. Therefore our prayers are unknown to the saints.~ 182 Suppl, 72| they are cognizant of ~our prayers. Further, Gregory says ( 183 Suppl, 72| being cognizant ~of our prayers and other happenings in 184 Suppl, 72| saints are cognizant of our prayers and of what happens here 185 Suppl, 72| the vows, devotions, and prayers of those who have recourse 186 Suppl, 72| if ~we be worthy of their prayers, they would pray for us 187 Suppl, 72| that you help me in your ~prayers for me to God." Much more, 188 Suppl, 72| heaven to help us by their prayers to God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 189 Suppl, 72| Church which asks for the prayers of the saints in the Litany.~ 190 Suppl, 72| His ~clemency through the prayers of the saints, but to the 191 Suppl, 72| all. ~Fifthly, because the prayers of several sometimes obtain 192 Suppl, 72| have been obtained by the prayers of one.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 193 Suppl, 72| are said to ~present our prayers to God, not as though they 194 Suppl, 72| they ask God to grant those prayers a gracious hearing, ~or 195 Suppl, 72| rendered worthy of a saint's prayers for him by ~the very fact 196 Suppl, 72| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the prayers which the saints pour forth 197 Suppl, 72| It would seem that the prayers which the saints pour forth 198 Suppl, 72| not always heard in the ~prayers which they offer up to God. 199 Suppl, 72| for us from God by their prayers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 200 Suppl, 72| for it. Therefore their prayers are not efficacious ~for 201 Suppl, 72| 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, the prayers of the whole heavenly court, 202 Suppl, 72| anything for us, ~their prayers would deliver entirely from 203 Suppl, 72| asks ~to be assisted by the prayers of the saints.~Aquin.: SMT 204 Suppl, 72| express" prayer, when by their prayers they seek a hearing of the 205 Suppl, 72| also us as suffrages and prayers, even as the shedding of 206 Suppl, 72| In both ways the saints' prayers ~considered in themselves 207 Suppl, 72| obtain not the fruit of their prayers, in so far ~as they are 208 Suppl, 72| something for us in ~their prayers, their prayers are always 209 Suppl, 72| in ~their prayers, their prayers are always granted, since 210 Suppl, 72| towards the ~people by their prayers, on account of the wickedness 211 Suppl, 72| they ~offered contradictory prayers to God, but that they submitted 212 Suppl, 72| consequently it is clear that their prayers are always heard.~Aquin.: 213 Suppl, 72| they merited that their prayers should be heard after ~their 214 Suppl, 72| Persever. xxii]): "The prayers of the saints profit the 215 Suppl, 72| shall be saved through the ~prayers of those who intercede for 216 Suppl, 72| fulfilled through their ~prayers.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 217 Suppl, 72| parallel fails between their prayers and the suffrages ~of the 218 Suppl, 96| who are damned. But the ~prayers of the saints cannot be 219 Suppl, 96| Therefore at the saints' prayers the Divine mercy will in 220 Appen1, 2| they ~would not ask for prayers, as they often do.~Aquin.: 221 Appen2, 1| be mitigated through the prayers of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT


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