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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 32 | be quit of this slight by paying back the hurt. And thus 2 2, 72 | in order to escape from paying ~his debts. This also explains 3 2, 95 | live ~alone in society, paying no heed to others: thirdly, 4 2, 100 | whom he is indebted, by paying his ~debts: and in this 5 2, 10 | receive his freedom, without paying any ~price, if he should 6 2, 10 | He could be excused from paying the tribute, ~because "the 7 2, 29 | his parents: wherefore in ~paying back benefits received, 8 2, 79 | greater the obligation of paying it. Since, then, what ~is 9 2, 85 | there any mention of the paying of tithes: ~for the saying 10 2, 85 | Hence the precept about the paying of tithes was partly moral 11 2, 85 | Hence the precept about paying tithes foreshadowed something 12 2, 85 | OBJ 2: The precept about paying tithes, in so far as it 13 2, 85 | vowed to do so, not ~by paying them to ministers, but for 14 2, 85 | tithes of all ~things. The paying of tithes seems to be an 15 2, 85 | 30,32) the precept of ~paying tithes refers only to "corn, 16 2, 85 | paid to workmen, before paying tithes: ~but tithes must 17 2, 85 | clergy ~are exempt from paying tithes, so too are the poor. 18 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The paying of tithes was prescribed 19 2, 95 | they did not tempt God by paying tithes. The words that follow, ~" 20 2, 98 | to the transaction, ~by paying what was promised.~Aquin.: 21 2, 99 | worship our parents by paying them the duties of piety 22 2, 99 | one ought to refrain from paying one's ~parents the honor 23 2, 99 | to God. If, ~however, by paying the services due to our 24 2, 100 | to define observance as paying worship and honor to persons 25 2, 100 | not fittingly defined as paying worship and honor.~Aquin.: 26 2, 101 | honor. Secondly, ~because by paying honor to a person we bear 27 2, 116 | an external creature by ~paying it Divine honor, whereas 28 2, 120 | which duty ~includes the paying of all that is due for any 29 2, 145 | of the whole year." Now paying tithes is an ~act of religion, 30 2, 186 | His own uses," ~namely by paying the tax - because among 31 2, 187 | spiritual service, and to the paying of deference. ~Hence even 32 2, 187 | order to earn the means of paying the ~debt.~Aquin.: SMT SS 33 3, 36 | Holy Ghost, did ~wisely in paying homage to Christ.~Aquin.: 34 3, 48 | required - namely, ~the act of paying and the price paid. For 35 3, 75 | Some men accordingly, not paying heed to these things, have 36 3, 80 | begetting offspring, or of paying the ~marriage debt), does 37 Suppl, 10| our own virtue, and by paying off the debt of punishment: 38 Suppl, 13| released from the debt before paying it: wherefore he ~himself 39 Suppl, 14| satisfactory in respect of paying off the debt of ~punishment; 40 Suppl, 49| begetting children, or ~of paying the debt to one another ( 41 Suppl, 52| other ~in the matter of paying the debt; wherefore if one 42 Suppl, 53| with the obligation of paying the ~debt, whereas by a 43 Suppl, 59| therefore he is freed from paying the marriage debt even ~ 44 Suppl, 62| compelled by the Church, and by paying ~it thus he nowise prejudices 45 Suppl, 62| her husband ~as regards paying him the marriage debt and 46 Suppl, 64| render oneself unfit ~for paying the debt, by fasting or 47 Suppl, 64| be rendered incapable of paying the debt ~through a cause 48 Suppl, 64| sickness as a reason for not paying the debt, ~unless there 49 Suppl, 64| that they are equal in paying and demanding the debt.~ 50 Suppl, 64| which would hinder ~him from paying the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP 51 Suppl, 64| reason prevent her from paying the ~debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP 52 Appen1, 2| from his ~indebtedness by paying the debt. And, since the


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