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thankful 1
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thanks 37
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thanksgivings 5
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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thanks

   Part, Question
1 2, 10 | profitable, ~that many say: Thanks be to the Lord Who has broken 2 2, 81 | since ~"through giving thanks for benefits received we 3 2, 81 | been received, we ~give thanks for it. Intercession is 4 2, 83 | Peter ~or Paul. But we give thanks to God for their triumphs, 5 2, 104 | virtues?~(2) Who owes more thanks to God, the innocent or 6 2, 104 | is always bound to give thanks for human favors?~(4) Whether 7 2, 104 | Now the purpose of giving ~thanks is repayment (Ethic. 5,4). 8 2, 104 | gratitude, whereby we give thanks to our benefactors. And ~ 9 2, 104 | gratitude: wherefore giving thanks to God was ~reckoned above ( 10 2, 104 | innocent is more bound to give thanks to God than the ~penitent?~ 11 2, 104 | innocent is more bound to give thanks to God ~than the penitent. 12 2, 104 | one is bound to give Him thanks. Now the gift of innocence 13 2, 104 | innocent is more bound to give thanks to God than the penitent.~ 14 2, 104 | also more bound to give ~thanks than the penitent.~Aquin.: 15 2, 104 | innocent is more bound to give thanks than the penitent.~Aquin.: 16 2, 104 | part of the giver, greater thanks are due on the ~part of 17 2, 104 | penitent is more ~bound to give thanks than the innocent, because 18 2, 104 | Whether a man is bound to give thanks to every benefactor?~Aquin.: 19 2, 104 | man is not bound to give thanks to every ~benefactor. For 20 2, 104 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, no thanks are due to one who works 21 2, 104 | their own profit. Therefore thanks ~are not due to them.~Aquin.: 22 2, 104 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, no thanks are due to a slave, for 23 2, 104 | 18): "In all things give ~thanks."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] 24 2, 104 | that reason withhold his ~thanks. Yet he owes less thanks, 25 2, 104 | thanks. Yet he owes less thanks, than if the favor had been 26 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~Whether in giving thanks we should look at the benefactor' 27 2, 105 | but an injury: and so no ~thanks are due to him, except perhaps 28 2, 105 | express one's appreciation and thanks, and ~the third to repay 29 2, 185 | Fathers (v, 6) that he gave thanks because ~he was forced by 30 3, 21 | And therefore, as He gave ~thanks to the Father for gifts 31 3, 21 | example, that we ~should give thanks for benefits received, and 32 3, 46 | written (1 Cor. 15:57): "Thanks be to God who hath given 33 3, 83 | and the priest returning thanks by ~prayer, as Christ, at 34 3, 83 | you": and, "Let us return ~thanks." But it is out of keeping 35 3, 85 | when, to wit, ~a man gives thanks for a favor received, so 36 3, 88 | sin. For the ~giving of thanks belongs to counterpassion 37 Suppl, 91| may ~render more copious thanks to God for it, they are


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