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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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profits

   Part, Question
1 2, 32 | of his own excellence or profits, which he seeks ~as his 2 2, 114 | nothing from God, by ~what profits himself only, and profits 3 2, 114 | profits himself only, and profits God nothing. Now by acting 4 2, 114 | Now by acting well, a man profits himself or another man, 5 2, 24 | death inflicted by the judge profits the sinner, ~if he be converted, 6 2, 24 | he be not ~converted, it profits so as to put an end to the 7 2, 30 | neighbor. But a dead man ~profits nothing by being buried, 8 2, 30 | he who prays for another, profits thereby, ~according to Ps. 9 2, 30 | to be ill-gotten. But the profits ~from whoredom are filthy 10 2, 30 | And most of all are the profits from simony ~ill-gotten, 11 2, 30 | in the case of a ~woman's profits from whoredom. This is filthy 12 2, 30 | may be given out of the ~profits of whoredom. Yet sacrifices 13 2, 30 | to give alms out of the profits of ~simony, because they 14 2, 30 | lose them. But as to the profits from games of chance, there 15 2, 30 | altogether forbids any such ~profits. Since, however, a civil 16 2, 60 | loss of all his possible profits from ~that money, and yet 17 2, 65 | remission of his punishment profits ~the guilty man and harms 18 2, 76 | belonging to him, part ~of the profits derived from his money.~ 19 2, 76 | bound to restore whatever profits he has made out of ~money 20 2, 76 | bound to restore whatever profits he ~has made out of money 21 2, 84 | accept ~oblations from the profits of sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 22 2, 85 | pay ~tithes on their trade profits. Moreover the ministers 23 2, 85 | Tithes must be paid on ~the profits of soldiering, trade or 24 2, 85 | field be bought with the profits of ~usury, the usurer is 25 2, 86 | his own profit; since ~it profits him that we should be of 26 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It profits one nothing to praise with 27 2, 108 | the second is "a lie that ~profits no one and injures someone"; 28 2, 108 | injures someone"; the third "profits one party so as ~to injure 29 2, 108 | sixth ~"injures no one, and profits /someone in saving his money"; 30 2, 108 | seventh ~"injures no one and profits someone in saving him from 31 2, 108 | eighth ~"injures no one, and profits someone in saving him from 32 2, 108 | second kind of lie, ~which "profits no one, and injures someone"; 33 2, 108 | third kind of lie, "which profits one, and injures another." 34 2, 108 | sixth kind of lie, ~which "profits someone in saving his money"; 35 2, 117 | whereas the ~covetous man profits neither others nor himself, 36 2, 122 | he that suffers martyrdom profits himself alone, whereas he 37 2, 123 | and the endurance of which profits us nothing. Hence ~there 38 2, 186 | wilderness" (Job 39:6), "What profits solitude of the body, if 39 3, 38 | instruction in the faith profits the ~catechumens not yet 40 3, 68 | indeed of the whole Church, profits the child through the operation ~ 41 Suppl, 10| 1~OBJ 3: Further, no man profits by neglect. Now a man cannot 42 Suppl, 13| maintain, ~who argue that a man profits more by his own punishment 43 Suppl, 71| Whether the burial service profits the departed?~(12) Whether 44 Suppl, 71| who satisfies for another ~profits him equally with the one 45 Suppl, 71| s salvation first of all profits himself and afterwards his ~ 46 Suppl, 71| charity: and in ~this way it profits not only the person for 47 Suppl, 71| prayer. Therefore fasting profits more as suffrage than any 48 Suppl, 71| sacrifice offered the Mass profits equally ~the departed, no 49 Suppl, 71| another, secondarily. It profits principally the ~person 50 Suppl, 71| Whether the burial service profits the dead?~Aquin.: SMT XP 51 Suppl, 71| that the burial service profits the dead. For ~Damascene ( 52 Suppl, 71| Therefore the burial ~service profits the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP 53 Suppl, 71| Therefore the burial service profits ~the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP 54 Suppl, 71| that ~the burial service profits the good.~Aquin.: SMT XP 55 Suppl, 71| regards the body. But it profits the living ~also spiritually 56 Suppl, 71| is confirmed ~thereby. It profits the dead in so far as one 57 Suppl, 71| burial in a sacred place profits the dead, does not ~result 58 Suppl, 71| also who ~offers suffrages profits him alone for whom he offers 59 Suppl, 71| lit for a rich man ~and profits those who are with him no 60 Suppl, 71| instance ~of a lesson which profits the person to whom it is 61 Suppl, 71| listen with him, but perhaps profits these others more, if ~they 62 Suppl, 96| charity. Wherefore nothing profits them to the meriting of ~


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