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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 2, 105| of the ~Law: such as the tithes and first-fruits, and many 2 2, 105| things for them both as to tithes and ~as to first-fruits, 3 2, 41 | the Church does not demand tithes in certain countries, in 4 2, 41 | refrains ~from demanding tithes in those countries where 5 2, 83 | oblations, ~first-fruits, and tithes. About sacrifices there 6 2, 83 | such as devotion, prayer, tithes, ~first-fruits, oblations, 7 2, 83 | sacred was done to them. "Tithes," however, are neither a 8 2, 84 | the right of priests to tithes and first-fruits, and everybody ~ 9 2, 85 | 87] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF TITHES (FOUR ARTICLES)~Next we 10 2, 85 | ARTICLES)~Next we must consider tithes, under which head there 11 2, 85 | bound by precept to pay tithes?~(2) Of what things ought 12 2, 85 | 2) Of what things ought tithes to be paid?~(3) To whom 13 2, 85 | paid?~(4) Who ought to pay tithes?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 14 2, 85 | Whether men are bound to pay tithes under a necessity of precept?~ 15 2, 85 | bound by precept to pay tithes. ~The commandment to pay 16 2, 85 | The commandment to pay tithes is contained in the Old 17 2, 85 | Law (Lev. 27:30), ~"All tithes of the land, whether of 18 2, 85 | Lev. 27:32): "Of all the tithes of oxen and ~sheep and goats, 19 2, 85 | are not bound now to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 20 2, 85 | mention of the paying of tithes: ~for the saying of our 21 2, 85 | saying of our Lord about tithes (Mt. 23:23), "These things 22 2, 85 | men are not bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 23 2, 85 | Law. But before the Law tithes were ~given, by reason not 24 2, 85 | give to me, I will offer tithes to Thee." Neither, therefore, ~ 25 2, 85 | grace are men bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 26 2, 85 | content with the oblation of tithes, which I have separated 27 2, 85 | Again, there were other tithes of which we ~read (Dt. 14: 28 2, 85 | thou shalt set aside the tithes of all ~thy fruits, that 29 2, 85 | And ~there were yet other tithes, of which it is written ( 30 2, 85 | pay the ~second and third tithes. Neither therefore are they 31 2, 85 | necessity of precept, to pay ~tithes in those countries where 32 2, 85 | in those countries where tithes are not paid, they would 33 2, 85 | necessity of precept to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 34 2, 85 | says: "It is a duty to pay tithes, and ~whoever refuses to 35 2, 85 | answer that, In the Old Law tithes were paid for the sustenance 36 2, 85 | 3:10): "Bring all the ~tithes into My [Vulg.: 'the'] store-house 37 2, 85 | precept about the paying of tithes was partly moral and ~instilled 38 2, 85 | the precept about paying tithes foreshadowed something in 39 2, 85 | man's obligation to pay tithes arises ~partly from natural 40 2, 85 | The precept about paying tithes, in so far as it was a ~ 41 2, 85 | prophetic instinct gave tithes to Melchisedech, the priest 42 2, 85 | Jacob made a vow to ~give tithes [*Gn. 28:20], although he 43 2, 85 | significantly: "I will offer tithes to Thee."~Aquin.: SMT SS 44 2, 85 | give alms." Moreover the ~tithes that are given to the ministers 45 2, 85 | demanding ~the Church's tithes, when they could not demand 46 2, 85 | Nevertheless those who do not give tithes in places where the Church 47 2, 85 | unwilling to pay even if tithes were demanded of them.~Aquin.: 48 2, 85 | Whether men are bound to pay tithes of all things?~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 85 | men are not bound to give tithes of all ~things. The paying 50 2, 85 | all ~things. The paying of tithes seems to be an institution 51 2, 85 | no precept about personal tithes, viz. those ~that are payable 52 2, 85 | Therefore no man is bound to pay tithes on such ~things.~Aquin.: 53 2, 85 | the divine ~worship than tithes which are offered to the 54 2, 85 | Therefore neither ~should tithes be paid on ill-gotten goods.~ 55 2, 85 | the precept of ~paying tithes refers only to "corn, fruits 56 2, 85 | things is a man bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 57 2, 85 | Therefore one ought not to pay tithes on such like things.~Aquin.: 58 2, 85 | give to me, I will offer tithes to Thee."~Aquin.: SMT SS 59 2, 85 | principle of the payment of tithes is the debt whereby carnal ~ 60 2, 85 | Church about the payment of tithes. Now whatever man possesses 61 2, 85 | carnal things. Therefore tithes must be paid on ~whatever 62 2, 85 | precept about personal ~tithes; because, to wit, all the 63 2, 85 | ministers if they did not pay ~tithes on their trade profits. 64 2, 85 | are bound to ~pay personal tithes, according to the custom 65 2, 85 | Append. Serm. cclxxvii]: "Tithes must be paid on ~the profits 66 2, 85 | restore, and not to ~pay tithes on them. If, however, a 67 2, 85 | the usurer is bound to pay tithes on the produce, because 68 2, 85 | consequently he is bound ~to pay tithes on them in the same way 69 2, 85 | same way as other personal tithes. ~Nevertheless the Church 70 2, 85 | they have done penance, tithes may be accepted from them 71 2, 85 | end. Now the payment of tithes is due not for its own ~ 72 2, 85 | not order the payment of tithes on such like minute ~things, 73 2, 85 | justice of the Law, paid tithes even ~on these minute things: 74 2, 85 | men are not bound to pay tithes on such minute things, ~ 75 2, 85 | man is not bound to pay tithes on what he has lost by ~ 76 2, 85 | the Church can command the tithes due to her, both from the 77 2, 85 | the other ~is not bound. Tithes are due on the fruits of 78 2, 85 | the gift of God. Wherefore tithes do not come under a ~tax, 79 2, 85 | to workmen, before paying tithes: ~but tithes must be paid 80 2, 85 | before paying tithes: ~but tithes must be paid before anything 81 2, 85 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether tithes should be paid to the clergy?~ 82 2, 85 | OBJ 1: It would seem that tithes should not be paid to the 83 2, 85 | be paid to the clergy. ~Tithes were paid to the Levites 84 2, 85 | it is unnecessary to pay ~tithes to them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 85 2, 85 | decide to which clergy the tithes ought to ~be paid. Therefore 86 2, 85 | the ~soldiers to hold the tithes from the Church in fee; 87 2, 85 | certain religious ~receive tithes. Therefore seemingly tithes 88 2, 85 | tithes. Therefore seemingly tithes are not due only to those 89 2, 85 | the sons ~of Levi all the tithes of Israel for a possession, 90 2, 85 | New Testament. Therefore tithes are ~due to the clergy alone.~ 91 2, 85 | considered with regard to tithes: ~namely, the right to receive 92 2, 85 | namely, the right to receive tithes, and the things given in 93 2, 85 | things given in the name of ~tithes. The right to receive tithes 94 2, 85 | tithes. The right to receive tithes is a spiritual thing, for 95 2, 85 | things given in the name of tithes are material, ~wherefore 96 2, 85 | above (A[1], ad 4), special ~tithes were earmarked for the assistance 97 2, 85 | But in the New Law ~the tithes are given to the clergy, 98 2, 85 | first-fruits as ~well as tithes are all necessary for this 99 2, 85 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Personal tithes are due to the church in 100 2, 85 | man ~dwells, while predial tithes seem more reasonably to 101 2, 85 | she allow him to receive ~tithes that are yet to be paid, 102 2, 85 | of the ~Church, as when tithes are due to certain soldiers 103 2, 85 | the poor; ~thus certain tithes have been granted by way 104 2, 85 | are competent to receive tithes, because they have care 105 2, 85 | clergy also are bound to pay tithes?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 106 2, 85 | clerics also are bound to pay tithes. By ~common law [*Cap. Cum 107 2, 85 | church should ~receive the tithes on the lands which are in 108 2, 85 | are bound to pay predial tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 109 2, 85 | yet they are bound to ~pay tithes to churches on account of 110 2, 85 | immune from the payment of tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 111 2, 85 | the Levites should receive tithes from the ~people, but also 112 2, 85 | they should themselves pay tithes to the ~high-priest. Therefore 113 2, 85 | clergy are bound to pay tithes to the ~Sovereign Pontiff, 114 2, 85 | the laity are bound to pay tithes to the ~clergy.~Aquin.: 115 2, 85 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, tithes should serve not only for 116 2, 85 | are exempt from paying tithes, so too are the poor. Yet 117 2, 85 | exaction when the clergy demand tithes from the clergy" ~[*Cap. 118 2, 85 | different points of ~view. Now tithes are due to the clergy as 119 2, 85 | property, are not ~bound to pay tithes; whereas from some other 120 2, 85 | bound to the ~payment of tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 121 2, 85 | anyone else are bound to pay tithes on their own lands to the 122 2, 85 | people, are not bound to pay tithes, but ~they may receive them. 123 2, 85 | law they are bound to pay tithes, but they are ~somewhat 124 2, 85 | due to the priests, and ~tithes to the Levites; and since 125 2, 85 | clergy are bound now to pay tithes to the Sovereign ~Pontiff, 126 2, 85 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Tithes should be employed for the 127 2, 85 | no reason for ~accepting tithes, but they are bound to pay 128 2, 86 | for instance by ~offering tithes and so forth as mentioned 129 2, 95 | Malach. 3:10): "Bring all the tithes into ~the storehouse, that 130 2, 95 | Reply OBJ 1: The paying of tithes was prescribed in the Law, 131 2, 95 | not tempt God by paying tithes. The words that follow, ~" 132 2, 95 | though they had to ~pay tithes in order to try if "God 133 2, 95 | because, to wit, if they paid tithes, they would prove ~by experience 134 2, 98 | buying or selling altars, tithes, or the Holy Ghost is the 135 2, 98 | and the right to receive tithes. Now Abraham bought ~from 136 2, 98 | and is granted ~"in fee." Tithes are granted to certain soldiers, 137 2, 98 | spiritual right of receiving tithes is not granted to layfolk, 138 2, 145| whole year." Now paying tithes is an ~act of religion, 139 2, 145| Law it was commanded that tithes ~should be paid of things, 140 2, 186| prelates, who receive the tithes and ~offerings of the faithful 141 3, 22 | Melchisedech, who received tithes from Abraham, in whose loins 142 3, 31 | 8) Whether Christ paid tithes in the loins of Abraham?~ 143 3, 31 | 1/1~Whether Christ paid tithes in Abraham's loins?~Aquin.: 144 3, 31 | would seem that Christ "paid tithes" in Abraham's loins. For ~ 145 3, 31 | great-grandson of Abraham, ~"paid tithes in Abraham," because, when 146 3, 31 | because, when the latter paid tithes to ~Melchisedech, "he was 147 3, 31 | loins when the latter paid tithes. Therefore Christ Himself ~ 148 3, 31 | Christ Himself ~also paid tithes in Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT 149 3, 31 | Mother. But His Mother paid tithes in Abraham. ~Therefore for 150 3, 31 | that Christ's flesh paid tithes in ~Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT 151 3, 31 | father of a bishop pays tithes to a priest ~does not hinder 152 3, 31 | may say that Christ paid ~tithes when Abraham paid them to 153 3, 31 | that "Christ did not ~pay tithes there," i.e. in Abraham, " 154 3, 31 | that Christ did not pay tithes in Abraham. For ~the Apostle 155 3, 31 | fact that ~Abraham paid tithes to Melchisedech, while Levi, 156 3, 31 | if Christ had also ~paid tithes in Abraham, His priesthood 157 3, 31 | that Christ did not pay tithes in Abraham's loins, as Levi 158 3, 31 | 7). Therefore ~by giving tithes to Melchisedech, Abraham 159 3, 31 | Consequently, they ~all paid tithes in Abraham, i.e. foreshadowed 160 3, 31 | Therefore He did not ~pay tithes in Abraham's loins.~Aquin.: 161 3, 31 | healed. Therefore she paid tithes in ~him, as descending from 162 3, 31 | forefathers, who paid the tithes: but not by reason ~of its 163 3, 31 | Christ, who did not pay the tithes.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 164 3, 31 | Consequently, ~since Abraham paid tithes to Melchisedech as to one 165 3, 31 | possible that a father pay tithes to a priest, as the less 166 3, 60 | that he would offer to God ~tithes and peace-offerings. Therefore 167 3, 65 | Old Law were oblations, tithes and sacrifices. But the ~ 168 3, 65 | Therefore ~oblations also and tithes should be called sacraments.~ 169 3, 65 | Reply OBJ 7: Oblations and tithes, both the Law of nature


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