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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 21 | reason, because since a debt ~paid according to the divine 2 1, 67 | must too much attention be paid to the ~instances adduced 3 1, 67 | creatures; for they would have paid them Divine worship, since 4 1, 68 | must too much attention be paid to the ~instances adduced 5 1, 68 | creatures; for they would have paid them Divine worship, since 6 2, 2 | consist in that which is paid to the saints for the ~trials 7 2, 60 | perfect due, which can be paid in the equivalent. But the ~ 8 2, 97 | that a loan should not be paid back to the ~betrayer of 9 2, 102 | price had ~not yet been paid. Matrimony did indeed exist 10 2, 105 | wisely that ~they should be paid at once, lest they should 11 2, 10 | ordered the tribute to be paid in ~order to avoid giving 12 2, 30 | they are not due to him who paid, indeed he deserves to ~ 13 2, 30 | does not deserve ~to be paid back: and yet he cannot 14 2, 59 | commutations something is paid to an individual on ~account 15 2, 59 | served the community is paid for his ~services, this 16 2, 60 | thing actually, he would be paid, not the exact value taken 17 2, 75 | a higher price ~than was paid for it?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 18 2, 75 | itself, though the price paid be not more than ~it is 19 2, 75 | higher price than ~what was paid for it?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 20 2, 75 | for a higher price than we paid for it. For Chrysostom [* 21 2, 75 | a higher price than you ~paid for it, you must either 22 2, 76 | price through delay in being paid, and lowers his price that ~ 23 2, 76 | his price that ~he may be paid the sooner. Now in all these 24 2, 76 | amount ~lent, which has to be paid back: nor should the loan 25 2, 76 | by reason of the money he paid for it. Therefore he has 26 2, 76 | purchased than to the money he paid. But he was bound ~to restore 27 2, 76 | belong to ~the person who paid usury, but to the person 28 2, 76 | bought it. Yet he that ~paid usury has a certain claim 29 2, 76 | assigned to the persons who paid usury, since the property 30 2, 76 | worth more than what they paid in usury, but it is commanded 31 2, 79 | religion. Now adoration is paid to ~images under one aspect, 32 2, 79 | The worship of religion is paid to images, not as ~considered 33 2, 79 | that religious worship ~is paid to the images of Christ.~ 34 2, 79 | God, to Whom ~worship is paid. And yet the acts whereby 35 2, 79 | 2/2~Now due worship is paid to God, in so far as certain 36 2, 79 | as when Divine worship is paid to whom it is not ~due, 37 2, 79 | it. Since, then, what ~is paid to God by man is in the 38 2, 84 | ought first-fruits to be paid.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 39 2, 85 | things ought tithes to be paid?~(3) To whom ought they 40 2, 85 | To whom ought they to be paid?~(4) Who ought to pay tithes?~ 41 2, 85 | for its ~payment, must be paid at once under pain of sin. 42 2, 85 | countries where tithes are not paid, they would all be in ~a 43 2, 85 | the Old Law tithes were paid for the sustenance of the ~ 44 2, 85 | neither ~should tithes be paid on ill-gotten goods.~Aquin.: 45 2, 85 | Therefore tithes must be paid on ~whatever one possesses.~ 46 2, 85 | cclxxvii]: "Tithes must be paid on ~the profits of soldiering, 47 2, 85 | perfect justice of the Law, paid tithes even ~on these minute 48 2, 85 | one's taxes and the wages paid to workmen, before paying 49 2, 85 | tithes: ~but tithes must be paid before anything else on 50 2, 85 | Whether tithes should be paid to the clergy?~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 85 | that tithes should not be paid to the clergy. ~Tithes were 52 2, 85 | the clergy. ~Tithes were paid to the Levites in the Old 53 2, 85 | the tithes ought to ~be paid. Therefore it would seem 54 2, 85 | fixed tithe ought to be paid to ~the clergy.~Aquin.: 55 2, 85 | tithes that are yet to be paid, the right of receiving 56 2, 86 | reason why vows should be paid to God, because "an unfaithful . . . ~ 57 2, 87 | to recover what he has ~paid, or denounce the matter 58 2, 89 | second, "A vow shall be paid to Thee." ~Secondly, we 59 2, 92 | the ~same, whether it is paid to the true or to a false 60 2, 92 | Further, reverence should be paid to every superior. But the ~ 61 2, 92 | divine honor ~should be paid to every superior nature, 62 2, 92 | worship of latria may ~be paid to them, but for the purpose 63 2, 92 | divine ~worship should not be paid to the dead or to inanimate 64 2, 93 | were offered or reverence paid to the demon ~invoked. The 65 2, 93 | we read of Joseph that he paid ~attention to auguries, 66 2, 94 | which more attention is ~paid the written characters than 67 2, 95 | because, to wit, if they paid tithes, they would prove ~ 68 2, 98 | dying child without being paid. Therefore it is ~not always 69 2, 98 | to baptize without being ~paid, one must act as though 70 2, 98 | baptize him ~without being paid, he ought, if possible, 71 2, 98 | certain sum of money were paid, because such an ~ordinance 72 2, 100 | But worship and ~honor are paid also by piety to our parents, 73 2, 100 | whereby worship and honor are paid to persons in positions 74 2, 100 | dignity, the respect which is paid to anyone on account ~of 75 2, 100 | prince to whom worship is paid by observance is compared 76 2, 100 | observance, whereby worship is paid to persons in positions 77 2, 100 | honor and reverence are paid to the virtuous by the ~ 78 2, 100 | answer that, Something may be paid to persons in positions 79 2, 100 | Secondly, that which is paid to ~persons in positions 80 2, 100 | the person to whom it is paid not only as considered in 81 2, 101 | honor." Therefore honor is paid to those also who are ~beneath 82 2, 101 | and because the honor ~paid to him is paid to the whole 83 2, 101 | the honor ~paid to him is paid to the whole community over 84 2, 101 | image. Wherefore reverence paid to a person as the image 85 2, 101 | from the reverence that is ~paid to God Himself, for this 86 2, 101 | sense as denoting reverence paid to anyone on account of ~ 87 2, 104 | nature of the debt ~to be paid must needs vary according 88 2, 104 | contracted that ~so much be paid for so much. But the repayment 89 2, 104 | to the moral debt, and is paid ~spontaneously. Hence thanksgiving 90 2, 104 | 1: A legal debt must be paid at once, else the equality 91 2, 104 | charity, which the more it ~is paid the more it is due, according 92 2, 120 | owe to our neighbor are paid in different ways ~to different 93 2, 145 | commanded that tithes ~should be paid of things, so we strive 94 2, 152 | of ~due honor not being paid to her; and thus there is " 95 2, 185 | profitable penury, or to be paid for ~a pretended holiness." 96 3, 31 | sin?~(8) Whether Christ paid tithes in the loins of Abraham?~ 97 3, 31 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ paid tithes in Abraham's loins?~ 98 3, 31 | would seem that Christ "paid tithes" in Abraham's loins. 99 3, 31 | great-grandson of Abraham, ~"paid tithes in Abraham," because, 100 3, 31 | because, when the latter paid tithes to ~Melchisedech, " 101 3, 31 | s loins when the latter paid tithes. Therefore Christ 102 3, 31 | Therefore Christ Himself ~also paid tithes in Abraham.~Aquin.: 103 3, 31 | His Mother. But His Mother paid tithes in Abraham. ~Therefore 104 3, 31 | seems that Christ's flesh paid tithes in ~Abraham.~Aquin.: 105 3, 31 | although we may say that Christ paid ~tithes when Abraham paid 106 3, 31 | paid ~tithes when Abraham paid them to Melchisedech, it 107 3, 31 | from the fact that ~Abraham paid tithes to Melchisedech, 108 3, 31 | Now, if Christ had also ~paid tithes in Abraham, His priesthood 109 3, 31 | Consequently, they ~all paid tithes in Abraham, i.e. 110 3, 31 | be healed. Therefore she paid tithes in ~him, as descending 111 3, 31 | in His forefathers, who paid the tithes: but not by reason ~ 112 3, 31 | Consequently, ~since Abraham paid tithes to Melchisedech as 113 3, 38 | worked signs, men would have paid equal attention ~to John 114 3, 47 | is written Ps. 68:5: He "paid ~that which" He "took not 115 3, 48 | not away." But he has not paid who has not fully ~atoned. 116 3, 48 | in bondage, that Christ ~paid His blood as the price of 117 3, 48 | devil, the price had to be ~paid not to the devil, but to 118 3, 48 | Christ is said to have ~paid the price of our redemption - 119 3, 48 | of paying and the price paid. For if in redeeming something 120 3, 48 | 11,14), and that life He paid. Hence both of ~these belong 121 3, 48 | Reply OBJ 2: The Man-Christ paid the price of our redemption ~ 122 3, 49 | sufficient satisfaction has been ~paid, then the debt of punishment 123 3, 49 | punishment, for which He paid the penalty on our behalf; 124 3, 52 | redemption was ~not yet paid: just as the faithful are 125 3, 69 | the body; since they have paid, as it were, the debt of 126 3, 88 | guilty as though he had not paid back what he owed; and much 127 3, 88 | the torturers, until he paid all the debt." But this 128 Suppl, 8 | remains to be remitted or paid by the other, because the 129 Suppl, 13| double punishment will be paid for the same ~sin, viz. 130 Suppl, 25| punishments would have been paid, had they been incurred. 131 Suppl, 51| sake. Hence if ~the coin paid is not what it is thought 132 Suppl, 64| because they have already ~paid it. Therefore it would seem 133 Suppl, 64| through having ~already paid the debt and being unable 134 Suppl, 64| of the debt) unless it be paid then.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] 135 Suppl, 64| occasion of sin, if she paid ~him not the debt at his 136 Suppl, 64| demanded just as ~it has to be paid. Now the one can, without 137 Suppl, 64| punished not because she paid the debt, but ~because afterwards 138 Suppl, 64| the debt must always be paid to the one who asks lest 139 Suppl, 65| require the debt ~to be paid at all times on being asked 140 Suppl, 71| offering suffrages he has paid the debt of the one for 141 Suppl, 71| one who by suffrages ~has paid the debt of a dead person 142 Suppl, 71| if one person's debt be ~paid, that the debt of others 143 Suppl, 71| that the debt of others is paid likewise.~Aquin.: SMT XP 144 Suppl, 72| which the latter have not paid. But the ~saints in heaven 145 Appen1, 2| a man who has not fully paid the debt of punishment, 146 Appen2, 1| debt of punishment is not paid in ~full after the stain


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