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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perform

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | when he ~orders another to perform a work, either by insisting 2 1, 27 | or impelled by love to perform an action.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 58 | tasks which they have to perform.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 4 1, 75 | of the senses in order to perform its act of ~perception.~ 5 1, 76 | that whereby we ~primarily perform each of all these vital 6 1, 77 | composite has the power to perform such operations.~Aquin.: 7 1, 59 | tasks which they have to perform.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[58] A[ 8 1, 74 | of the senses in order to perform its act of ~perception.~ 9 1, 75 | that whereby we ~primarily perform each of all these vital 10 1, 76 | composite has the power to perform such operations.~Aquin.: 11 1, 77 | and because those forces perform their actions ~instrumentally, 12 1, 86 | on the contrary, does not perform the act of understanding ~ 13 1, 106 | done whenever they have to perform ~any new work, concerning 14 1, 107 | have different duties to perform in ~battle and in triumph.~ 15 1, 109 | otherwise anyone would perform a miracle by throwing a 16 1, 111 | the angels are not sent to perform their own actions.~Aquin.: 17 1, 111 | whenever an angel has to perform any work concerning a ~corporeal 18 1, 112 | also, though at times they perform good works, do not perform ~ 19 1, 112 | perform good works, do not perform ~them well, for they have 20 1, 113 | other times do the demons ~perform lying wonders.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 4 | things by means of which to perform its ~operations.~Aquin.: 22 2, 4 | to human life, which ~we perform by means of the animal body: 23 2, 13 | superior: for if a man were to perform an act of fortitude for 24 2, 49 | called healthy, "when he can perform the operation of a ~healthy 25 2, 49 | the natural forces do not perform their ~operations by means 26 2, 51 | man can by that ~habit perform many acts. But "from those 27 2, 56 | inasmuch as by ~virtue we perform righteous actions.~Aquin.: 28 2, 65 | with ~organs whereby to perform the actions that their souls 29 2, 66 | act, one may be readier to perform the act of ~one virtue, 30 2, 67 | intellect so that ~it may perform its proper act well. Now 31 2, 91 | man is directed how to ~perform his proper acts in view 32 2, 102 | to presume ~to teach, or perform other duties of men: or 33 2, 103 | they did not in reality perform those actions, ~but in the 34 2, 107 | directed in one way to ~perform virtuous acts, while those 35 2, 109 | everlasting life; yet he can perform works conducing to a good 36 2, 2 | just as a man ought ~to perform acts of moral virtue, on 37 2, 18 | the man who is moved to perform good actions not only through ~ 38 2, 22 | easy and pleasurable to perform. And this ~is evidently 39 2, 22 | has, nor does any virtue perform its act with so great ~pleasure. 40 2, 22 | necessary that, for us to perform the act ~of charity, there 41 2, 31 | guided by prudence, we perform ~some action aright which 42 2, 38 | who has a certain duty to perform, can ~lawfully do that which 43 2, 45 | belongs also to subjects to perform these ~individual actions. 44 2, 49 | about the actions he has to perform and whereof human life ~ 45 2, 50 | the research of reason to perform ~any particular action, 46 2, 52 | consists in ~failing to perform an act which is due. Hence 47 2, 56 | the law commands us to perform the ~actions of a courageous 48 2, 77 | belongs to every virtue to perform a good deed ~and to avoid 49 2, 83 | under the Law were bound to ~perform certain outward actions 50 2, 86 | than after a vow not to ~perform the things promised."~Aquin.: 51 2, 86 | make vows to the ~Lord, and perform them." Now, the worship 52 2, 87 | Thou shall pay [Douay: 'perform'] thy oaths to the Lord"; ~ 53 2, 87 | God. For we ought so to perform our actions in God's honor ~ 54 2, 87 | Mt. 5:33): "Thou shalt perform thy oaths ~to the Lord."~ 55 2, 87 | whereas if a man swear not to ~perform a greater good, which he 56 2, 87 | will enter religion, or perform some act of ~kindness. In 57 2, 98 | OBJ 4: Further, hypocrites perform spiritual deeds in order 58 2, 99 | works of mercy which we perform with regard to any ~of our 59 2, 102 | requisite for obedience that one perform an act of justice or of 60 2, 102 | precept, one may ~nevertheless perform that act of virtue without 61 2, 109 | whereby one is bound to perform works ~of perfection. And 62 2, 115 | nor the wherewithal to ~perform those acts of virtue whereby 63 2, 115 | liberality: even as men perform works of ~other virtues, 64 2, 121 | Ethic. iii, 9) that "to ~perform deeds with pleasure does 65 2, 127 | shows himself ready to ~perform actions of this kind, but 66 2, 132 | lacks the wherewithal to perform magnificent deeds. ~Nevertheless 67 2, 135 | has the habit, begins to ~perform the act, yet does not accomplish 68 2, 142 | more closely connected who perform ~like deeds. Now man is 69 2, 145 | sickness, or in order to perform certain ~bodily works with 70 2, 166 | themselves, and to God, they ~perform other actions both serious 71 2, 169 | in the case of those who perform an ~action from the judgment 72 2, 172 | inward instinct, is moved to perform some ~outward action. Thus 73 2, 178 | only the bodily members to ~perform external actions, but also 74 2, 184 | habit ~we are best able to perform the actions. Accordingly 75 2, 185 | times, and not to those who perform public prayers in the church, ~ 76 3, 48 | who slew Christ did not ~perform any sacred act, but rather 77 3, 60 | addition or suppression to perform a ~rite other from that 78 3, 64 | lying spirits," were to perform a sacramental ~rite, it 79 3, 66 | without hands, and ~unable to perform the action, they could not 80 3, 67 | thing to baptize, than to perform the ~other sacramental rites 81 3, 67 | dumb person would have to perform the act of baptizing. Therefore ~ 82 3, 67 | which he has ~undertaken to perform. Now it has been stated 83 3, 72 | perfect age, and being able to perform the perfect ~actions of 84 3, 82 | Whether a priest in sin can perform this sacrament?~(6) Whether 85 3, 82 | or excommunicated, can ~perform this sacrament?~(8) Whether 86 3, 82 | seems that even a layman can perform this sacrament. Hence ~Chrysostom ( 87 3, 82 | but only to a bishop, to perform this sacrament.~Aquin.: 88 3, 82 | of necessity, he cannot perform this sacrament.~Aquin.: 89 3, 82 | says: "The priests who perform ~the Eucharist, and who 90 3, 82 | pale of the Church, cannot perform ~this sacrament. But herein 91 3, 82 | sacrament. ~For no one can perform this sacrament except he 92 3, 82 | consequence that he cannot perform this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 93 3, 82 | the degraded priest can ~perform this sacrament.~Aquin.: 94 3, 82 | the degraded priest can perform this sacrament.~Aquin.: 95 3, 82 | heretics, or excommunicate, ~perform a valid sacrament. Therefore 96 3, 82 | the Church's ~sentence, to perform the Eucharistic rite. And 97 3, 83 | preparation in order that we may perform worthily ~that which follows 98 3, 83 | But it seems ridiculous to perform gestures, ~e.g. for the 99 3, 84 | do not suffice, unless he perform some action: thus, in Baptism, ~ 100 3, 84 | I baptize thee," has to perform a bodily ~washing. Therefore, 101 3, 84 | thee," the priest ~should perform some action in regard to 102 3, 84 | matter, the minister has to perform some bodily action on the 103 Suppl, 4 | more ~continually a man can perform acts of this displeasure, 104 Suppl, 7 | sins, and binds him to ~perform the penance imposed on him." 105 Suppl, 8 | Eucharist. But any priest can perform the Eucharist. Therefore 106 Suppl, 8 | the contrary, He that can perform the actions of an order 107 Suppl, 15| Hence if a man is unable to ~perform one of the above, another 108 Suppl, 17| necessary in the one who has to perform the ~act, viz. judgment 109 Suppl, 25| satisfactions is ~found, did not perform their good works for this 110 Suppl, 27| when a person is ~unable to perform a certain action his will 111 Suppl, 27| enticed by the indulgence to perform some action that ~conduces 112 Suppl, 29| reason why a ~priest can perform that consecration of matter 113 Suppl, 36| touch ~some sacred thing or perform some sacred duty in a case 114 Suppl, 37| every baptized person can perform these acts, and not priests 115 Suppl, 40| kind. Hence a bishop can perform ~every hierarchical act 116 Suppl, 40| whereas a priest cannot perform ~every act that a bishop 117 Suppl, 41| who are not married do not perform the marriage act. ~Therefore 118 Suppl, 46| to Mt. 5:33, "Thou shalt perform thy ~oaths to the Lord." 119 Suppl, 49| imprinted, power ~is given to perform spiritual actions; but in 120 Suppl, 49| actions; but in matrimony, to perform ~bodily actions. Wherefore 121 Suppl, 52| which he will be ~unable to perform if he wish to occupy himself 122 Suppl, 66| bound to do ~penance or to perform some civil duty, or who 123 Suppl, 68| respectability in those ~who perform them. Secondly, he incurs 124 Suppl, 71| the dead profit those who perform them?~(5) Whether suffrages 125 Suppl, 93| rewards are given to those who perform special deeds, for ~instance 126 Suppl, 96| 1~Whether all those who perform works of mercy will be punished 127 Suppl, 96| would seem that all who perform works of mercy will not 128 Appen1, 1| nature, ~nor could they perform acts of their own whereby 129 Appen2, 1| in mortal sin, at times perform actions, ~generically good,


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