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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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services

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | His ~goodness, and of the services they render to us. For we 2 2, 114 | temporal goods on ~men for services done for Him. For it is 3 2, 59 | community is paid for his ~services, this is to be referred 4 2, 60 | Now a man who hires the services of a wage-earner, must not 5 2, 69 | always bound to give his services gratuitously.~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 98 | ecclesiastical benefices for services received.~Aquin.: SMT SS 7 2, 99 | however, by paying the services due to our parents, we are 8 2, 127 | charity), "that he gives his services ~readily" (which is an act 9 2, 166 | rewarding them for their services. on the ~other hand, if 10 2, 184 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, those services are most acceptable to God 11 2, 184 | Adult. Conjug. i, 14): ~"The services we render are more pleasing 12 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 3: Among other services that we can lawfully give, 13 2, 186 | for God's sake, ~so the services we render our neighbor redound 14 2, 186 | Me." Consequently those services ~which we render our neighbor, 15 2, 186 | themselves gratuitously to ~services of this kind, the ordinary 16 3, 64 | one who is ~in need of his services. It is not so with the other 17 Suppl, 26| the various families and services. Hence a bishop alone ~is 18 Suppl, 38| places ~in all the Divine services. Hence he alone confirms, 19 Suppl, 41| matrimony, which is the mutual services which married persons render ~ 20 Suppl, 42| the friendship and mutual ~services which husband and wife render 21 Suppl, 88| him the ~first of these services, since his body will be 22 Suppl, 88| longer need one of these services, that namely in respect 23 Suppl, 88| will be rewarded for its services to man, as a gloss ~of Ambrose 24 Suppl, 88| merited ~anything by their services to man, since they lack


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