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debt 554
debtor 29
debtors 8
debts 18
decad 1
decalogue 222
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18 contemplate
18 cooperating
18 cried
18 debts
18 declaration
18 defilement
18 deliberately
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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debts

   Part, Question
1 2, 72 | escape from paying ~his debts. This also explains how 2 2, 87 | affairs we see men take the debts of another upon themselves. ~ 3 2, 100 | indebted, by paying his ~debts: and in this sense is to 4 2, 105 | the Law ~prescribed that debts should cease together after 5 2, 105 | conveniently pay their ~debts, would do so before the 6 2, 120 | required that one pay ~one's debts, according to Rm. 13:7, " 7 2, 187 | bodily weakness, a burden of debts, or the ~like) in such cases 8 3, 46 | so it ~appears to condone debts without satisfaction: nor, 9 3, 86 | 4: Further, sins are the debts, for which we pray for pardon 10 3, 88 | sins are reckoned among our debts, since we pray in their 11 Suppl, 25| the requirements of their debts; in which, too, ~many have 12 Suppl, 71| equal to the ~other, for the debts of two sinners require a 13 Suppl, 75| them ~is: "Forgive us our debts [Douay: 'trespasses']." 14 Suppl, 75| the Church ~prays that all debts may be forgiven her in this 15 Suppl, 75| receive the remission of all debts: and one of the ~debts to 16 Suppl, 75| all debts: and one of the ~debts to which we are bound by 17 Suppl, 75| Hence ~the forgiveness of debts or delivery from evil cannot 18 Suppl, 96| 6:12): "Forgive us our debts, as we ~also forgive our


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