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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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brother

    Part, Question
1 1, 95 | loves his son more than a brother loves his brother; although 2 1, 95 | than a brother loves his brother; although the son ~does 3 1, 105 | neighbor, and every man his brother." ~Therefore neither does 4 1, 105 | teach no more every man his brother, saying: 'Know the Lord': 5 2, 11 | says (Philem. 20): "Yea, brother, may I enjoy thee in the 6 2, 11 | expressed his enjoyment of his brother not as a term but as a ~ 7 2, 46 | Whosoever is angry with his brother" [thus implying ~"anger 8 2, 46 | whosoever shall say to his ~brother, 'Raca'" [implying "anger 9 2, 48 | Whosoever is angry with his brother"; and " . ~. . whosoever 10 2, 48 | whosoever shall say to his brother, 'Raca'"; and " . . . whosoever ~ 11 2, 48 | whosoever ~shall say to his brother, 'Thou fool.'" Therefore 12 2, 68 | more every man . . ~. his brother" (Jer. 31:3,4); but the 13 2, 78 | impugns the grace of his ~brother through envy. Nor does this 14 2, 100 | He that loveth not his brother, whom he seeth, ~how can 15 2, 100 | Whosoever is angry with his brother, ~shall be in danger of 16 2, 100 | prohibition against hating one's brother (Lev. 19:17): "Thou ~shalt 17 2, 100 | Thou ~shalt not hate thy brother in thy heart." To the sixth 18 2, 100 | Thou shalt not lend to thy brother money to ~usury"; and the 19 2, 105 | his friend or neighbor or brother, ~cannot demand it again, 20 2, 105 | the wife of his deceased brother, for she took "off his shoe 21 2, 105 | daughter; thirdly, the ~brother; fourthly, the father's 22 2, 105 | fourthly, the father's brother; fifthly, any other next 23 2, 105 | pass by, if thou seest ~thy brother's ox or his sheep go astray; 24 2, 105 | bring them back ~to thy brother," and in like manner as 25 2, 105 | that . . . shall see his brother in need, and shall shut 26 2, 105 | Thou shalt not lend to thy brother money to usury": and (Dt. 27 2, 105 | Edomite, because he is thy brother; ~nor the Egyptian because 28 2, 105 | children of Esau, ~Jacob's brother), that they should be admitted 29 2, 105 | died without issue, his ~brother should marry his wife.~Aquin.: 30 2, 105 | the wife of ~his deceased brother when the latter died without 31 2, 105 | 25:39, seqq.): "If thy brother, constrained by poverty, 32 2, 105 | to Lev. 25:39,40: "If thy brother, ~constrained by poverty, 33 2, 105 | the dead man through his brother: thus affording a certain 34 2, 105 | that any other than his brother ~or one next of kin should 35 2, 105 | of the deceased, as his brother would be bound to ~do from 36 2, 105 | marrying the wife of his dead brother, he took his dead ~brother' 37 2, 105 | brother, he took his dead ~brother's place.~Aquin.: SMT FS 38 2, 107 | wicked ~impulse to hurt our brother is to be looked on as a 39 2, 10 | let him ~depart. For a brother or sister is not under servitude 40 2, 11 | to forgive his ~offending brother "not" only "till seven times, 41 2, 11 | offenses and spare our ~brother when he repents. These words 42 2, 11 | says on Mt. 18:15, "If ~thy brother shall offend against thee." 43 2, 13 | known truth, envy of our brother's spiritual good, which ~ 44 2, 13 | known truth, and envy of a ~brother's spiritual good, belong 45 2, 13 | which there is "envy of a brother's ~spiritual good," when, 46 2, 13 | envious not only of his brother's ~person, but also of the 47 2, 13 | schism to the envy of a brother's ~spiritual good, whereby 48 2, 16 | let him not trust in any brother of his." ~Therefore it is 49 2, 23 | 10: "He that loveth his brother abideth in the ~light." 50 2, 24 | loveth God, love also his brother."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 51 2, 25 | He that loveth not his brother ~whom he seeth, how can 52 2, 25 | be more friendly than a brother." Again, ~Valerius Maximus 53 2, 26 | loveth God, ~love also his brother" (1 Jn. 4:21).~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 30 | world, and shall see his brother in need, and shall put up 55 2, 30 | been refreshed by thee, brother." Now a corporal alms is ~ 56 2, 30 | Lose thy money for thy brother . . . place thy treasure 57 2, 31 | gloss on Mt. 18:15, "If thy brother shall offend against thee," ~ 58 2, 31 | a man should reprove his brother out of zeal for justice." 59 2, 31 | correction of a ~sinning brother, which is contrary to bearing 60 2, 31 | thereby we drive out our brother's ~evil, viz. sin, the removal 61 2, 31 | directed to the removal of a brother's sin, which ~removal pertains 62 2, 31 | correction is directed to a brother's ~amendment: so that it 63 2, 31 | have to correct our erring ~brother at all places and times.~ 64 2, 31 | man is loth to correct his brother's faults, and yet not ~to 65 2, 31 | saying of the Gospel: 'If thy brother sin against ~thee,'" etc. 66 2, 31 | the recovery of an erring ~brother by means of a simple warning: 67 2, 31 | not only by warning one's brother, but ~also, sometimes, by 68 2, 31 | hindered from reproving his brother, there will be none to reprove 69 2, 31 | How sayest thou to ~thy brother?" etc. are expounded by 70 2, 31 | condemnation, either in his ~brother's or in his own conscience, 71 2, 31 | namely the amendment of our brother, it is no longer good, so 72 2, 31 | charity to beware ~lest our brother become worse. Therefore 73 2, 31 | apply (Mt. 18:15): "If thy brother shall offend against thee," ~ 74 2, 31 | be ~to succor our sinning brother: and just as the physician 75 2, 31 | too he ~who desires his brother's amendment should, if possible, 76 2, 31 | to safeguard our sinning brother's good name, both ~because 77 2, 31 | should publicly denounce our brother and so deliver ~his conscience 78 2, 31 | apply, because then thy brother does not sin ~against thee 79 2, 31 | nature as to injure our brother's ~good name, it would be 80 2, 31 | precept, to denounce a ~brother's fault in this manner.~ 81 2, 31 | a man would betray his brother's sins ~instead of correcting 82 2, 31 | witnesses one makes known a brother's sin to ~others. Therefore 83 2, 31 | prove the secret sin of our brother.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 84 2, 31 | correction to be hidden, when one brother corrects another ~between 85 2, 31 | extremes, so that at first the brother's sin be indicated to a 86 2, 31 | first of all rebuke our brother secretly, and that ~if he 87 2, 31 | are ~bound to reveal" a brother's sin, if it "will cause 88 2, 31 | would not conduce to our brother's amendment, and that ~he 89 2, 31 | necessary that we may amend a brother's sin. Hence the ~comparison 90 2, 31 | the man who rebuked his brother, has done ~what he could," 91 2, 32 | He that . . . hateth his ~brother, is in darkness." Now spiritual 92 2, 32 | to hate the sin in one's brother, and whatever ~pertains 93 2, 32 | but we cannot hate our ~brother's nature and grace without 94 2, 32 | part of our love for ~our brother that we hate the fault and 95 2, 32 | Consequently the hatred of one's brother, if we consider it simply, 96 2, 32 | Whosoever ~hateth his brother is a murderer." Now murder 97 2, 32 | Therefore hatred of one's brother is a less grievous sin than 98 2, 41 | nor anything whereby thy brother is offended or ~scandalized, 99 2, 41 | because of thy meat, thy brother be grieved, thou ~walkest 100 2, 41 | at ~the correction of a brother, wherefore it is to be reckoned 101 2, 41 | is not the ~case if the brother be scandalized through being 102 2, 41 | lest I should scandalize my brother."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 103 2, 42 | loveth God, love also his brother."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 104 2, 42 | Thou shalt not hate thy ~brother in thy heart"; against sloth ( 105 2, 42 | stumbling-block or a scandal in your brother's way."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 106 2, 42 | whether we say "neighbor," or "brother" according to 1 Jn. 4:21, ~ 107 2, 50 | 2:65: "Behold . . . your brother ~Simon is a man of counsel." 108 2, 61 | nation king, who is not thy brother."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[63] A[ 109 2, 62 | Let ~every man kill his brother, and friend, and neighbor." 110 2, 65 | 4:10, "The voice ~of thy brother's blood crieth to Me from 111 2, 65 | 4:10, "The voice of thy brother's blood," etc. says: "There ~ 112 2, 66 | denunciation ~we aim at a brother's amendment, whereas in 113 2, 66 | to the correction of the brother.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 114 2, 66 | hath told a lie against his brother: then shall render to him 115 2, 66 | as ~he meant to do to his brother," and this refers to the 116 2, 69 | that . . . shall see ~his brother in need, and shall put up 117 2, 70 | Whosoever shall say to his brother . . . Thou ~fool, shall 118 2, 71 | whereby a man denounces his brother's sin in order that he may ~ 119 2, 71 | whereby a man accuses his ~brother. Therefore backbiting is 120 2, 71 | because "he that hateth his brother is a murderer" (1 Jn. 3: 121 2, 71 | he sins in backbiting his brother, or at least by our pained ~ 122 2, 72 | Douay:,'detracteth'] his brother . . . detracteth the law," 123 2, 72 | 3: He that backbites his brother, seems to detract the law, 124 2, 76 | shalt not ~fenerate to thy brother money, nor corn, nor any 125 2, 76 | man as ~our neighbor and brother, especially in the state 126 2, 81 | 16): "He that knoweth his brother to sin a ~sin which is not 127 2, 87 | i.e. if he deceive his brother, "his sin shall be upon 128 2, 112 | because of thy meat, thy brother be ~grieved, thou walkest 129 2, 120 | pass by if thou seest thy brother's ox or his ~sheep go astray, 130 2, 120 | shalt bring them back to thy brother." Hence a ~corporal work 131 2, 147 | nor anything whereby thy brother is ~offended or scandalized, 132 2, 156 | Whosoever is angry with his brother," etc. ~says: "Some codices 133 2, 156 | Thou shalt not hate thy brother ~in thy heart." Now it would 134 2, 156 | Whosoever is angry with his brother shall be in danger of ~the 135 2, 156 | Whosoever is angry with his brother," etc. where ~he says that 136 2, 156 | Whosoever is angry with his brother, shall be in danger of ~ 137 2, 156 | whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in ~danger 138 2, 156 | whosoever shall say" to his brother, "Thou ~fool." But these 139 2, 156 | Whosoever is angry with ~his brother." The second degree is when 140 2, 156 | Whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca!" which is an ~angry 141 2, 156 | Whosoever shall say ~to his brother Thou fool!" Consequently 142 2, 156 | the man who says ~to his brother, "Raca": and this refers 143 2, 183 | If meat scandalize my brother, I will never eat flesh": ~ 144 2, 185 | monastery, or if by chance a brother happen to die while on a 145 2, 185 | Withdraw yourselves from every brother walking disorderly," etc. ( 146 2, 185 | disorderly," etc. (for by ~brother he signifies every Christian, 147 2, 185 | to 1 Cor. 7:12, "If any ~brother have a wife that believeth 148 2, 185 | withdraw yourselves from every brother ~walking disorderly," says, " 149 2, 185 | withdraw yourselves from every brother walking ~disorderly." For 150 2, 187 | makes a man a monk or a brother in some other religious 151 3, 22 | Take unto thee Aaron, thy brother . . . ~that he [Vulg.: ' 152 3, 28 | the less, known as the "brother of the Lord" (Gal. 1:19).~~ 153 3, 31 | of these, Jacob, on his brother Heli ~dying without issue, 154 3, 31 | people: whereas Ismael, the ~brother of Isaac, and Esau, Jacob' 155 3, 31 | Isaac, and Esau, Jacob's brother, were cut off from God's ~ 156 3, 37 | testifies that he had an elder brother of the same mother, unless 157 3, 59 | to Christ: "Speak to my brother that he divide the ~inheritance 158 3, 80 | If he who is called a brother among you," etc., Augustine' 159 3, 83 | dist. 1, that "James, ~the brother of the Lord according to 160 3, 84 | asked: "How often shall my ~brother off end against me, and 161 3, 86 | father, and I will ~kill my brother Jacob." Likewise neither 162 3, 88 | implied in the hatred of one's brother is a special cause of the 163 3, 88 | who ~does not forgive his brother when he asks pardon, and 164 Suppl, 13| one who for love ~of his brother did penance for a sin which 165 Suppl, 13| penance for a sin which his brother had not ~committed, and 166 Suppl, 13| account of his charity his brother was released ~from a sin 167 Suppl, 14| on Lev. 25:25, "If thy ~brother being impoverished," etc., 168 Suppl, 36| second epistle to James the brother of the Lord.~Aquin.: SMT 169 Suppl, 48| wife ~is lawful between brother and sister except carnal 170 Suppl, 48| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Between brother and sister there can be 171 Suppl, 51| woman is betrothed to the ~brother of the man whom she thinks 172 Suppl, 51| but should hold on to his brother. Thus error regarding the 173 Suppl, 51| previously to marry his brother, she ~may hold to the one 174 Suppl, 51| Nor can she return to his ~brother, especially if there has 175 Suppl, 54| to the legal ~reckoning brother and sister, or two brothers, 176 Suppl, 54| but the children of one ~brother are distant in the second 177 Suppl, 54| second degree from the other brother, because ~they are at that 178 Suppl, 54| thus a man's father and brother are related to him in ~the 179 Suppl, 54| related to him than his brother, since his ~brother is related 180 Suppl, 54| his brother, since his ~brother is related to him only because 181 Suppl, 54| father's sister but ~not his brother's daughter. Therefore neither 182 Suppl, 54| affection towards one's brother's son is not less but even 183 Suppl, 54| affection towards one's father's brother, inasmuch ~as the son is 184 Suppl, 54| way identified with her brother, ~for she is not part of 185 Suppl, 55| had ~been betrothed to his brother. Now this would not be the 186 Suppl, 55| principle; wherefore the brother or father of my affine does 187 Suppl, 55| marriage: as instanced in a ~brother's wife whom a man could 188 Suppl, 55| could not take his deceased brother's wife except, in ~the case 189 Suppl, 55| to raise up seed to ~his brother. This was requisite at a 190 Suppl, 55| supplying the place of his brother.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 191 Suppl, 55| wherefore although the one brother's ~marriage with the one 192 Suppl, 55| the conscience the other brother ~ought not on this account 193 Suppl, 56| related in the same degree as brother ~and brother. If therefore 194 Suppl, 56| same degree as brother ~and brother. If therefore spiritual 195 Suppl, 56| it will equally pass from brother to brother: and this is 196 Suppl, 56| equally pass from brother to brother: and this is false.~Aquin.: 197 Suppl, 56| A man is not part of his brother as a son is of his father. ~ 198 Suppl, 56| relationship does not pass from brother to ~brother, whether the 199 Suppl, 56| not pass from brother to ~brother, whether the brother be 200 Suppl, 56| to ~brother, whether the brother be born before or after 201 Suppl, 59| written (1 Cor. 7:12): "If any brother hath a ~wife that believeth 202 Suppl, 59| eye we may understand our brother, wife, ~relatives and children."


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