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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | this reason it is said: "Labor more that by good works 2 1, 54 | inquiry does not call for much labor." Secondly, ~it may be said 3 1, 70 | husbandman cooperates by his labor.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 4 1, 73 | opposed to movement, or to labor, which movement ~causes. 5 1, 73 | without movement and without labor, ~He cannot be said to have 6 1, 73 | and ~consequently to the labor that arises from movement. 7 1, 73 | Rest is here not opposed to labor or to movement, but to ~ 8 1, 55 | inquiry does not call for much labor." Secondly, ~it may be said 9 1, 71 | husbandman cooperates by his labor.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 10 1, 72 | opposed to movement, or to labor, which movement ~causes. 11 1, 72 | without movement and without labor, ~He cannot be said to have 12 1, 72 | and ~consequently to the labor that arises from movement. 13 1, 72 | Rest is here not opposed to labor or to movement, but to ~ 14 1, 101 | would not have involved labor, as it ~did after sin; but 15 1, 107 | and another of those who labor in ~the fields, and so forth.~ 16 2, 5 | Mt. 20:10) that all who labor in the vineyard "received 17 2, 32 | sadness which results from labor.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[32] A[ 18 2, 38 | addeth also sorrow" [Vulg.: 'labor']. But knowledge pertains 19 2, 38 | restores the tired limbs to labor, refreshes ~the weary mind, 20 2, 69 | addeth also sorrow [Vulg: labor]." The principal motive ~ 21 2, 70 | 15): "The fruit of ~good labor is glorious," and (Jn. 4: 22 2, 84 | of the attendant bodily labor: or else it happens in respect 23 2, 84 | account of the attendant labor; for the ignorance that 24 2, 87 | 5): "They are not in the labor of men: neither shall they 25 2, 91 | to be ~condemned to hard labor for some misdeed.~Aquin.: 26 2, 105 | Workmen who offer their labor for hire, are poor men who ~ 27 2, 105 | burdened with excessive labor, ~wherefore the Lord commanded ( 28 2, 107 | Come to Me, all you that ~labor and are burdened": which 29 2, 107 | to Himself all those that labor under the difficulty of 30 2, 114 | reward according to his labor." Now charity lessens rather 31 2, 114 | rather than ~increases the labor, because as Augustine says ( 32 2, 26 | reward according to ~his own labor" (1 Cor. 3:8). Now a man 33 2, 30 | the just profit of his own labor as ~Augustine says (De Verb. 34 2, 43 | is God, but in action we labor under a mighty ~bundle of 35 2, 43 | make the bitter sweet, and labor a ~rest.~Aquin.: SMT SS 36 2, 53 | gains his bread by bodily labor ~is not superfluous but 37 2, 53 | not solicitous," that "labor is necessary, but solicitude 38 2, 64 | each one would shirk the labor and leave to another that 39 2, 69 | matter in hand, ~for the labor entailed, and for the custom 40 2, 69 | funds a fixed pay for their labor; and witnesses receive their 41 2, 69 | but as a fee for their labor) ~either from both parties 42 2, 73 | and that despiseth the labor of his ~mother in bearing 43 2, 75 | but as payment for his labor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 44 2, 75 | receive the reward of his labor. Nevertheless the gain ~ 45 2, 76 | who offer ~for hire the labor which they exercise by work 46 2, 98 | imply, not a hiring of his labor (which he is bound to give, 47 2, 98 | science, but a hiring of labor. If, on the other ~hand, 48 2, 100 | are a repayment of their ~labor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[102] A[ 49 2, 146 | to Eccles. 6:7, "All the labor of man is for ~his mouth." 50 2, 162 | words (Gn. 3:17), "With labor and toil shalt thou eat 51 2, 162 | their ~growth would bring no labor or punishment for the tiller 52 2, 162 | labors, for "man is born to labor" (Job ~5:7): and thus they 53 2, 166 | certain fixed amount of labor, so too is it with his soul, 54 2, 166 | entail a greater bodily ~labor. In either case, however, 55 2, 180 | meed; and meed is due to ~labor, according to 1 Cor. 3:8, " 56 2, 180 | reward ~according to his own labor." Now labor is ascribed 57 2, 180 | according to his own labor." Now labor is ascribed to the active 58 2, 180 | first of all sweat from ~labor, i.e. he must take Lia, 59 2, 180 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: External labor conduces to the increase 60 2, 180 | charity, whereof external labor borne for Christ's ~sake 61 2, 180 | when they are free from labor they labor all the more, ~ 62 2, 180 | are free from labor they labor all the more, ~because the 63 2, 183 | charity undertake an honest labor. If no one imposes this 64 2, 183 | willing to ~assist her in her labor, you would seek in vain 65 2, 183 | charity ~undertake an honest labor." Secondly, because this 66 2, 183 | is sometimes useless to labor for ~the wicked. Wherefore 67 2, 183 | when they find that they labor in vain ~are often minded 68 2, 183 | go elsewhere in order to labor with fruit." Sometimes ~ 69 2, 184 | procuring a livelihood, such as labor, questing, and so on, they 70 2, 185 | they are bound to manual labor?~(4) Whether it is lawful 71 2, 185 | religious are bound to manual labor?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 72 2, 185 | religious are bound to manual labor. For ~religious are not 73 2, 185 | of precepts. Now manual ~labor is a matter of precept according 74 2, 185 | religious are bound to manual ~labor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 75 2, 185 | and not ~to the bodily labor of the farmer or craftsman"; 76 2, 185 | they are bound to manual labor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 77 2, 185 | should not desist from manual labor on account of such like ~ 78 2, 185 | henceforth work with the labor of your hands, so as to 79 2, 185 | and give alms through the labor of their hands.~Aquin.: 80 2, 185 | according to 1 Cor. 4:12: "We ~labor, working with our own hands." 81 2, 185 | religious are bound to manual labor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 82 2, 185 | But the precept of manual ~labor is enjoined upon all in 83 2, 185 | are not bound to manual labor any more than seculars ~ 84 2, 185 | 3~I answer that, Manual labor is directed to four things. 85 2, 185 | more; but ~rather let him labor, working with his hands 86 2, 185 | Accordingly, in so far as manual labor is directed to obtaining 87 2, 185 | The necessity of manual labor is the ~necessity of meat." 88 2, 185 | Apostle prescribed manual labor merely as a remedy for the 89 2, 185 | Apostle ordered ~manual labor first of all in order to 90 2, 185 | more; but rather let him ~labor, working with his hands." 91 2, 185 | observed that under manual labor are comprised all ~those 92 2, 185 | such like who live by their labor, are understood to live ~ 93 2, 185 | 3/3~In so far as manual labor is directed to the removal 94 2, 185 | other means besides manual ~labor of afflicting the body or 95 2, 185 | are not bound to manual labor, ~as neither are seculars, 96 2, 185 | none unless they work or labor, not so much ~for the necessities 97 2, 185 | But in so far as manual labor is directed ~to almsgiving, 98 2, 185 | as seculars to ~do manual labor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 99 2, 185 | who abstained from manual labor. Hence nature ~has provided 100 2, 185 | contain nothing about ~manual labor, religious are not otherwise 101 2, 185 | otherwise bound to manual labor than ~seculars are.~Aquin.: 102 2, 185 | thereby exempt from manual labor for two reasons: ~first, 103 2, 185 | to be exempt ~from manual labor, nor have they a claim to 104 2, 185 | gloss on 1 Cor. 4:12, "We labor, working with our own hands," 105 2, 185 | Gospel in payment of their labor or ~work, according to Mt. 106 2, 185 | he sought ~to live by the labor of his hands. Therefore 107 2, 185 | bear the toil of ~bodily labor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 108 2, 186 | the practice of ~manual labor, scantiness of clothes, 109 2, 186 | nakedness, or by bodily labor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 110 2, 186 | toil for ~necessary things, labor not in excess for unnecessary 111 3, 30 | children, of whom I am in labor again, until ~Christ be 112 3, 31 | six, which signifies ~the labor of the present life, and 113 3, 42 | hinder the ~result of his labor. Now through the disturbance 114 3, 66 | shoulders for the burden of ~labor." But after Baptism, as 115 3, 83 | owing to the manifold labor with which it is prepared, 116 3, 85 | and been as it were in labor, and have ~brought forth 117 Suppl, 7 | power, on account of the labor it entails. And since ~contrition 118 Suppl, 41| reward ~is a difficulty of labor, but the difficulty required 119 Suppl, 62| And it is the same ~if she labor under a spiritual disease, 120 Suppl, 72| creature groaneth and is in labor even until now," says: ~" 121 Suppl, 72| fulfill their duty with labor: even as it is not ~without 122 Suppl, 72| even as it is not ~without labor that the sun and moon travel 123 Suppl, 72| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This labor and service of the creature, 124 Suppl, 72| be sufficient reward for labor in the ~soul alone: since 125 Suppl, 81| no body that moves with labor and pain can be said to 126 Suppl, 81| the ~body, the less is the labor of movement, even though 127 Suppl, 81| obey the moving ~spirit, labor less in being moved. And 128 Suppl, 81| soul, ~there will be no labor in the saints' movements, 129 Suppl, 88| explicitly that "all the elements labor to fulfill their ~offices: 130 Suppl, 88| is said metaphorically to labor, ~as a man who has not what 131 Suppl, 93| profit expected from the ~labor of husbandry: so that we 132 Suppl, 93| which man acquires ~from his labor in this life: and thus every 133 Suppl, 93| the ~body. Since, however, labor and strife are in the same 134 Suppl, 93| Further, fruit is due to labor: "The fruit of good labors 135 Suppl, 93| 15). Now there is greater labor in fortitude than in ~temperance 136 Suppl, 93| sustained: and thus the labor of frugality is greater 137 Suppl, 93| of it now, corresponds to labor not as ~resulting in fatigue, 138 Suppl, 93| man calls his crops his labor, inasmuch as he labored 139 Suppl, 93| or ~produced them by his labor. Now the comparison to fruit, 140 Suppl, 93| honor, especially they who labor in the word and doctrine." 141 Appen2, 1| after this life no cleansing labor awaits those who die in 142 Appen2, 1| quoted is speaking of the labor of working ~for merit, and 143 Appen2, 1| for merit, and not of the labor of suffering to be cleansed.~


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