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Our Lady of the Woods

Chronological arrangement of Scripture in 365 daily readings.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

There are four cardinal virtues: prudence, justice, temperance, and fortitude. They are called cardinal (Latin: cardo, meaning hinge) virtues because they are hinges on which all moral virtues depend. These are also called moral (Latin: mores, meaning fixed values) because they govern our actions, order our passions, and guide our conduct.

The cardinal virtues are often paired with the three theological virtues of faith, hope, and charity.

Courage
Pr. 28:1

Prudence
Pr. 15:25
Pr. 22:3
Pr. 27:12

Justice
Pr. 12:10
Pr. 13:23
Pr. 15:27b
Pr. 17:23, 26
Pr. 18:5, 17-18
Pr. 21:15
Pr. 24:11-12, 23-25
Pr. 28:21
Pr. 29:26

Temperance
Pr. 20:1
Pr. 23:19-21
Pr. 26:9-10

Theological Virtues (Faith, Hope, and Charity/Love)
Pr. 3:28
Pr. 10:12
Pr. 12:25
Pr. 13:12
Pr. 15:17
Pr. 24:10, 17-18
Pr. 25:21-22

Fruits of the Spirit
Sorrow vs. Joy
Pr. 10:28
Pr. 14:10, 13
Pr. 15:13, 15, 30
Pr. 17:22
Pr. 18:14
Pr. 25:20, 25
Pr. 27:9

Gifts of the Spirit
Counsel
Pr. 3:21-26
Pr. 9:7-9
Pr. 10:17
Pr. 12:1, 15
Pr. 13:14-16, 18
Pr. 14:7, 15
Pr. 15:7, 10, 12, 22-23, 31-32
Pr. 17:10
Pr. 18:2-3
Pr. 19:20, 25
Pr. 20:15, 18
Pr. 22:17-19
Pr. 23:9
Pr. 24:6
Pr. 25:11-12
Pr. 27:5, 17
Pr. 28:23
Pr. 29:1

(Combinations)
Fruits & Gifts of the Spirit
Pr. 12:20

Gifts of the Spirit & Cardinal Virtues
Pr. 4:5-9
Pr. 14:18, 24, 33
Pr. 15:33
Pr. 16:20 (Prudence & Fear of the Lord)
Pr. 19:8
Pr. 16:16
Pr. 24:3-5

Capital Virtues & Speech
Pr. 16:21 (Discernment)

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