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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 88 | 1~I answer that, Action offers two things for our consideration - 2 2, 2 | him who honors, and who offers deference to the ~person 3 2, 6 | The ~first of these points offers a twofold consideration: ( 4 2, 21 | takes something from God, or offers ~something to Him, when 5 2, 72 | is "when the carnal sense offers a ~bait," which is the sin 6 2, 80 | Secondly, he that proposes ~or offers this object. Thirdly, he 7 2, 80 | he also, in a fashion, ~offers the will its proper object, 8 2, 99 | Tully says (De Invent. ii) "offers worship and ~ceremony to 9 2, 102 | of the heart, whereby man offers his soul to God. But in 10 2, 102 | incentive to evil desires, and offers an occasion of ~lust. The 11 2, 105 | Further, just as a workman offers his work for hire, so do 12 2, 31 | better, ~but merely that he offers his help to one who, "being 13 2, 45 | what is within reach and offers itself to ~the senses: while 14 2, 75 | tell the faults of what he offers for ~sale, as though he 15 2, 75 | tell the faults of what one offers ~for sale, this would only 16 2, 75 | him. Now the seller who offers goods for ~sale, gives the 17 2, 75 | by the very fact ~that he offers him defective goods, if 18 2, 75 | to each individual that ~offers to buy: and then he will 19 2, 79 | Out. Para. 2/3~Religion offers a threefold consideration: ( 20 2, 79 | religion: first that which it ~offers to God, viz. worship, and 21 2, 79 | Since then ~whatever man offers by bodily actions, seems 22 2, 80 | of the will whereby a man offers himself for the ~service 23 2, 81 | belong to religion that one "offers worship ~end ceremonial 24 2, 83 | sacrifice, whereby the soul ~offers itself to God according 25 2, 83 | inward acts. Again the soul ~offers itself in sacrifice to God 26 2, 84 | promise; as when a ~man offers a gift among the living, 27 2, 84 | in the case of a son who offers to God the means of supporting 28 2, 87 | 53). But he who swears offers nothing to God, ~but calls 29 2, 87 | honor of God, so that he offers something to God, namely, ~ 30 2, 90 | by excess, not ~that it offers more to the divine worship 31 2, 90 | religion, but because ~it offers divine worship either to 32 2, 134 | what ~is remote as to place offers no difficulty save in the 33 2, 184 | ii, 53) is ~that "which offers worship and ceremony to 34 2, 184 | is a virtue whereby a man offers something to the ~service 35 2, 184 | has gone out of ~Egypt and offers sacrifice in the wilderness." 36 2, 184 | holocaust whereby a man offers himself and his possessions 37 2, 184 | things, which he wholly offers to God by the vow of voluntary 38 2, 184 | own body, and this good he offers to God ~especially by the 39 2, 184 | soul, which man wholly ~offers to God by the vow of obedience, 40 2, 184 | of obedience, whereby he offers God his own will ~by which 41 2, 184 | OBJ 3: By obedience a man offers to God his will, to which 42 2, 184 | the vow of obedience man offers God something greater, ~ 43 2, 184 | his own body, which ~he offers God by continence, and than 44 2, 184 | external things, which he offers ~God by the vow of poverty. 45 2, 185 | Now the receiving of alms offers an occasion of sin, ~and 46 2, 186 | has gone out of Egypt and offers sacrifice in the ~wilderness." 47 2, 187 | may doubt whether he who offers himself to ~religion be 48 3, 22 | and again, forasmuch as he offers up the ~people's prayers 49 3, 22 | sacrifice is that by which a man offers his ~spirit to God, according 50 3, 22 | the satisfaction ~that man offers to God. Now the priesthood 51 3, 22 | both is the ~priest who offers it and the victim: the sacred 52 3, 27 | 2/4~The first of these offers four points of consideration: ( 53 3, 48 | atones for an offense who offers something ~which the offended 54 3, 48 | OBJ 3: Further, whoever offers sacrifice performs some 55 3, 67 | 1: The man who baptizes offers but his outward ministration; ~ 56 3, 68 | The Church, our mother, ~offers her maternal mouth for her 57 3, 74 | says: "The Roman Church offers ~unleavened bread, because 58 3, 80 | Because the priest both offers ~and consumes the blood 59 3, 82 | a sacrifice. Now whoever offers sacrifice must ~be a sharer 60 3, 82 | the outward sacrifice he offers is ~a sign of the inner 61 3, 82 | inner sacrifice whereby he offers himself to God, as ~Augustine 62 3, 83 | cease to be there; but he offers this prayer for Christ's ~ 63 3, 85 | man, of his own accord, offers to make amends to God through ~ 64 Suppl, 10| sanctified. And ~unless a man offers an obstacle, he receives, 65 Suppl, 10| confessing, provided he offers no obstacle ~so far as he 66 Suppl, 12| The ~means whereby man offers satisfaction to God.~Aquin.: 67 Suppl, 12| voluntarily by the one who offers satisfaction, ~it becomes 68 Suppl, 12| satisfaction to ~another, he offers compensation for the past, 69 Suppl, 26| Individually, as when one ~person offers satisfaction for another 70 Suppl, 37| places them on the altar or ~offers them to the deacon. the 71 Suppl, 56| in place of the Church offers and raises the candidate 72 Suppl, 69| treatise on the resurrection offers a threefold consideration, 73 Suppl, 71| the deed of a sinner ~who offers suffrage may be considered - 74 Suppl, 71| stead or at whose command he offers the prayer.~Aquin.: SMT 75 Suppl, 71| but rather on the one who offers the ~suffrages whether by 76 Suppl, 71| Therefore since he who offers suffrages for another pays 77 Suppl, 71| of the person for whom he offers them, they profit this person ~ 78 Suppl, 71| Therefore one also who ~offers suffrages profits him alone 79 Suppl, 71| profits him alone for whom he offers them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] 80 Suppl, 71| one sacrifice which a man offers, he is not ~released from 81 Suppl, 72| our resurrection?" And he offers as examples ~the light which " 82 Suppl, 81| instantaneously, since a vacuum offers no resistance whatever to 83 Suppl, 81| motion, whereas the plenum offers resistance; and so there ~ 84 Suppl, 81| nevertheless the resistance it offers through contrariety towards ~ 85 Suppl, 88| Here a threefold matter offers itself ~to our consideration: ( 86 Suppl, 92| Sufficiency which wealth offers, joy which ~pleasure offers, 87 Suppl, 92| offers, joy which ~pleasure offers, celebrity which fame offers, 88 Suppl, 92| offers, celebrity which fame offers, security which power ~offers, 89 Suppl, 92| offers, security which power ~offers, reverence which dignity 90 Suppl, 92| reverence which dignity offers. Consequently it seems that


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