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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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render

    Part, Question
1 1, 20 | and of the services they render to us. For we can desire 2 1, 89 | corporeal, ~which would render it a corporeal being - or 3 2, 2 | ending: and if they can render a man happy, there is no 4 2, 18 | because ~"men . . . shall render an account of it in the 5 2, 53 | intellectual habits, which render man ready to judge aright 6 2, 68 | gifts of the Holy Ghost render the human mind amenable 7 2, 76 | voluntariness; and if it does not render ~it less voluntary, it nowise 8 2, 96 | to interpret harshly, and render burdensome, those useful 9 2, 102 | such ~vessels, so as to render them unclean. Moreover, 10 2, 107 | precepts of the Old ~Law was to render it easier to do what it 11 2, 108 | counsels are about matters that render ~the gaining of this end 12 2, 109 | to Ps. 61:12: "Thou wilt render to every man according to 13 2, 114 | Lord, the ~just judge, will render to me in that day." Therefore 14 2, 3 | service that we ought to render him: for instance, if a ~ 15 2, 25 | that "it is our duty to render to each ~class of people 16 2, 54 | because justice tends to render that which is due to another, 17 2, 55 | it belongs to justice ~to render to each one what is his, 18 2, 55 | It belongs to justice to render to each one his right, the ~ 19 2, 56 | the act of justice is to render to everyone his own?~(12) 20 2, 56 | perpetual and constant ~will to render to each one his right?~Aquin.: 21 2, 56 | perpetual and constant will to render to each one his right" ~[* 22 2, 56 | Therefore it does not render to each one his ~right.~ 23 2, 56 | other ~hand, the subjects render to each one what belongs 24 2, 56 | not meritorious. But ~to render to a man what belongs to 25 2, 56 | the act of justice is to render to each one his own?~Aquin.: 26 2, 56 | act of justice is not to render to each ~one his own. For 27 2, 56 | is nothing ~else than to render to each one his own.~Aquin.: 28 2, 56 | it belongs to justice to render to each one what ~is his, 29 2, 58 | to interpret harshly, and render ~burdensome, those useful 30 2, 59 | the act of justice is to render to each one what is his ~ 31 2, 59 | Ex. 21:23,24): "He shall render ~life for life, eye for 32 2, 60 | is written (Rm. 13:7): "Render . . . to all men ~their 33 2, 61 | other causes that do not render him worthy of honor. Now 34 2, 62 | ensue thereupon, ~he shall render life for life." Yet this 35 2, 66 | Therefore evasion does ~not render an accusation unjust.~Aquin.: 36 2, 66 | his brother: then shall render to him as ~he meant to do 37 2, 75 | sold, but only of such as render the ~thing adapted to man' 38 2, 75 | the use of the goods or ~render it hurtful, for instance, 39 2, 75 | other qualities that might render the thing good and ~serviceable. 40 2, 78 | virtues there are which render another his due, but ~are 41 2, 78 | due, but ~are unable to render the equal due. In the first 42 2, 78 | Ps. 115:12, "What shall I render ~to the Lord for all the 43 2, 78 | that which one is ~bound to render by reason of a legal obligation; 44 2, 79 | Now it is evident that to render anyone his due has the aspect 45 2, 79 | voluntarily. In like manner, to render due service to God ~may 46 2, 79 | justice, since it does not render an absolute equal to God. ~ 47 2, 81 | receive the good: and ~we will render the calves of our lips." 48 2, 98 | devotion that led him to render the service, as he would 49 2, 99 | consideration of which will ~render the opposite vices manifest. 50 2, 99 | well-wishers of our country ~and render them faithful service."~ 51 2, 100 | according to Rm. ~13:7, "Render . . . to all men their dues: 52 2, 100 | virtue and all like things render a man fit ~for positions 53 2, 100 | according to Rm. 13:7, "Render . . . to all men their dues; ~ 54 2, 101 | be different virtues to render those dues. Now servitude 55 2, 102 | belongs properly to virtue to render a ~deed good. Now obedience 56 2, 120 | man is under obligation to render to another that which ~is 57 2, 120 | according to Rm. 13:7, "Render . . . to all men their dues." ~ 58 2, 126 | manly goodness which we may render "strenuousness." For magnificence ~ 59 2, 130 | honor" [*Vulg.: 'Who will render to every man according to 60 2, 145 | from a man's food as to render him ~incapable of fulfilling 61 2, 145 | sacraments, some people render it oppressive with slavish ~ 62 2, 156 | authority has {Cholos} which we render 'wrath']," ~and "ill-will" 63 2, 159 | good lest man, by despair, render himself ~unworthy of a good 64 2, 183 | Wherefore if we like we may render {episkopein} by the Latin ~' 65 2, 183 | and peril, as to have to render an account of ~the whole 66 2, 183 | watchings and such as would ~render him bodily unable to exercise 67 2, 184 | 14): ~"The services we render are more pleasing when we 68 2, 184 | when we might lawfully not ~render them, yet do so out of love." 69 2, 184 | Now it is lawful not to render a ~service which we have 70 2, 184 | unlawful if we have vowed ~to render it. Therefore seemingly 71 2, 184 | statute does not always render a ~man deserving of bodily 72 2, 186 | sake, ~so the services we render our neighbor redound to 73 2, 186 | those services ~which we render our neighbor, in so far 74 3, 7 | the ~nature of virtue to render acts good, as is said Ethic. 75 3, 27 | sanctification would have been to render ~impossible in her any sensual 76 3, 60 | faith, and would ~therefore render the sacrament invalid: whereas 77 Suppl, 13| Ps. 61:12): ~"Thou wilt render to every man according to 78 Suppl, 21| OBJ 2: Further, we should render to no man evil for evil, 79 Suppl, 21| sentence, be ~such as to render the sentence void, this 80 Suppl, 35| receives also those things that render ~him competent to exercise 81 Suppl, 41| services which married persons render ~one another in household 82 Suppl, 41| 7:3): "Let the husband render the debt to his life." ~ 83 Suppl, 41| 7:3): "Let the husband render the debt to his wife." Therefore, ~ 84 Suppl, 41| of justice that they may render the debt, or of ~religion, 85 Suppl, 42| services which husband and wife render one another, its institution ~ 86 Suppl, 51| concern those things which render a ~person an unlawful subject 87 Suppl, 52| OBJ 4: Certain impediments render a marriage unlawful; and 88 Suppl, 52| other impediments, however, render a marriage ineffectual as 89 Suppl, 64| Further, it is a sin to render oneself unfit to fulfill 90 Suppl, 64| it would seem sinful to render oneself unfit ~for paying 91 Suppl, 64| according ~to Rm. 13:7, "Render . . . to all men their dues, 92 Suppl, 64| fulfilling a precept to render ~oneself unfit for the exercise 93 Suppl, 65| proper actions, but ~also to render those actions proportionate 94 Suppl, 71| 61:13) says: ~"Thou wilt render to every man according to 95 Suppl, 71| and this was merely ~to render themselves fit recipients 96 Suppl, 88| nowise need creatures to render him the ~first of these 97 Suppl, 90| Ps. 61:12): "Thou wilt render to every ~man according 98 Suppl, 90| any one, the more will it render him capable of the Divine ~ 99 Suppl, 91| them and that they may ~render more copious thanks to God 100 Suppl, 96| reach to certain people who render themselves unworthy of that


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