Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
paulinum 1
paulinus 3
pax 2
pay 299
payable 1
payers 1
paying 52
Frequency    [«  »]
300 disposed
300 sinned
299 mentioned
299 pay
298 intercourse
298 merits
298 places
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

pay

    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | the act of justice is to pay what is due. But God is 2 1, 21 | is the part of justice to pay what is due, but of ~mercy 3 2, 25 | upon as a good thing to pay back the evil done to us; 4 2, 54 | it be done in order to ~pay a debt, it is an act of 5 2, 60 | e.g. "Religion" whereby we pay our debt to God; "Piety," ~ 6 2, 60 | God; "Piety," ~whereby we pay our debt to our parents 7 2, 60 | Gratitude," ~whereby we pay our debt to our benefactors, 8 2, 66 | give of one's own than to pay what is due. Now the ~former 9 2, 87 | cannot return except he pay some sort of ~penal compensation, 10 2, 95 | such matters, "we ~ought to pay as much attention to the 11 2, 105 | no need for the tenant to pay his ~rent as soon as he 12 2, 105 | those who could conveniently pay their ~debts, would do so 13 2, 105 | Nevertheless he was bound to pay the doctor's fees incurred 14 2, 114 | Call the laborers and pay them their hire." Now ~every 15 2, 28 | own ~passion, that they pay no attention to the suffering 16 2, 29 | OBJ 3: Further, we should pay what is due before conferring 17 2, 29 | this case a man ought to pay what he owes, rather than 18 2, 31 | seek him out, that ~he may pay him his due. Hence we should 19 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 4: We are bound to pay that which is due to some 20 2, 31 | the time comes, so as to pay him what he owes, so he 21 2, 38 | and be content with your pay' [*Lk. 3:14]. If he commanded 22 2, 38 | to be ~content with their pay, he did not forbid soldiering."~ 23 2, 41 | where it is not customary to pay ~them.~ 24 2, 47 | vi, ~11): "It is right to pay no less attention to the 25 2, 59 | that ~the one person should pay back to the other just so 26 2, 60 | Therefore a man is bound to pay it, ~and consequently it 27 2, 60 | condemned, he is ~bound to pay the penalty.~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 60 | his house he is bound to pay him the value of the house. ~ 29 2, 65 | of the truth, he should pay no heed to the evidence, 30 2, 69 | the public ~funds a fixed pay for their labor; and witnesses 31 2, 75 | may, of his own accord, pay the seller ~something over 32 2, 76 | justice if he be obliged to pay back more. In ~another way 33 2, 76 | own risk and is ~bound to pay it all back: wherefore the 34 2, 76 | may wait for the buyer to pay, it is ~manifestly a case 35 2, 78 | others, ~and in desiring to pay them back," as Tully states ( 36 2, 79 | belongs ~to religion to pay reverence to God. But reverence 37 2, 79 | belongs to ~religion to pay due honor to someone, namely, 38 2, 79 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To pay reverence to God is an act 39 2, 79 | belongs to religion to ~pay worship to God. Therefore 40 2, 79 | because it is not possible to pay God as much as we owe Him, 41 2, 79 | the end of religion is to pay God reverence and honor. ~ 42 2, 79 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, We pay God honor and reverence, 43 2, 81 | in praying as ~though to pay a debt, so that man may 44 2, 81 | the prayer of those who pay no attention to their prayer." ~ 45 2, 82 | so the reverence which we pay to God, and ~which belongs 46 2, 82 | from the reverence which we pay to ~certain excellent creatures; 47 2, 83 | the subjects of the latter pay them much greater honor, ~ 48 2, 84 | Whether men are bound to pay first-fruits?~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 84 | that men are not bound to pay first-fruits. After ~giving 50 2, 84 | nations ~are not bound to pay first-fruits.~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 84 | not bound of necessity to pay ~them.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 52 2, 84 | first-fruits, and everybody ~must pay them."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 53 2, 84 | of which men are bound to pay ~first-fruits according 54 2, 85 | are bound by precept to pay tithes?~(2) Of what things 55 2, 85 | be paid?~(4) Who ought to pay tithes?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 56 2, 85 | Whether men are bound to pay tithes under a necessity 57 2, 85 | not bound by precept to pay tithes. ~The commandment 58 2, 85 | tithes. ~The commandment to pay tithes is contained in the 59 2, 85 | men are not bound now to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 60 2, 85 | grace men are not bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 61 2, 85 | of grace are men bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 62 2, 85 | Old Law men were bound to pay three kinds of ~tithe. For 63 2, 85 | grace men are not bound to pay the ~second and third tithes. 64 2, 85 | therefore are they bound to pay the ~first.~Aquin.: SMT 65 2, 85 | necessity of precept, to pay ~tithes in those countries 66 2, 85 | necessity of precept to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 67 2, 85 | says: "It is a duty to pay tithes, and ~whoever refuses 68 2, 85 | and ~whoever refuses to pay them takes what belongs 69 2, 85 | that man's obligation to pay tithes arises ~partly from 70 2, 85 | obstinate, and unwilling to pay even if tithes were demanded 71 2, 85 | Whether men are bound to pay tithes of all things?~Aquin.: 72 2, 85 | Therefore no man is bound to pay tithes on such ~things.~ 73 2, 85 | things is a man bound to pay tithes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 74 2, 85 | OBJ 4: Further, man cannot pay except what is in his power. 75 2, 85 | Therefore one ought not to pay tithes on such like things.~ 76 2, 85 | ministers if they did not pay ~tithes on their trade profits. 77 2, 85 | New Law men are bound to ~pay personal tithes, according 78 2, 85 | to restore, and not to ~pay tithes on them. If, however, 79 2, 85 | the usurer is bound to pay tithes on the produce, because 80 2, 85 | consequently he is bound ~to pay tithes on them in the same 81 2, 85 | those who are willing to pay, ~because minute things 82 2, 85 | too men are not bound to pay tithes on such minute things, ~ 83 2, 85 | 4: A man is not bound to pay tithes on what he has lost 84 2, 85 | Therefore it is unnecessary to pay ~tithes to them.~Aquin.: 85 2, 85 | in two parishes, ~should pay tithe proportionately to 86 2, 85 | clergy also are bound to pay tithes?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 87 2, 85 | clerics also are bound to pay tithes. By ~common law [* 88 2, 85 | the ~clergy are bound to pay predial tithes.~Aquin.: 89 2, 85 | and yet they are bound to ~pay tithes to churches on account 90 2, 85 | that they should themselves pay tithes to the ~high-priest. 91 2, 85 | the clergy are bound to pay tithes to the ~Sovereign 92 2, 85 | than the laity are bound to pay tithes to the ~clergy.~Aquin.: 93 2, 85 | property, are not ~bound to pay tithes; whereas from some 94 2, 85 | anyone else are bound to pay tithes on their own lands 95 2, 85 | people, are not bound to pay tithes, but ~they may receive 96 2, 85 | ordinary law they are bound to pay tithes, but they are ~somewhat 97 2, 85 | commanded that the former should pay the high-priest "the tenth 98 2, 85 | clergy are bound now to pay tithes to the Sovereign ~ 99 2, 85 | tithes, but they are bound to pay them.~ 100 2, 86 | anything to God, defer not to pay it, for an unfaithful and 101 2, 86 | according to Ps. 65:13, "I will pay Thee my vows which my lips 102 2, 86 | Ps. 75:12, "Vow ye, and pay ~to the Lord your God"; 103 2, 86 | Further, if a man is bound to pay something, he must do so 104 2, 86 | But a man is not bound to pay his vow at once, especially 105 2, 86 | Whatsoever thou hast ~vowed, pay it; and it is much better 106 2, 86 | thou shalt ~not delay to pay it: because the Lord thy 107 2, 86 | Ps. 75:12): "Vow ye and pay to the Lord ~your God."~ 108 2, 86 | payments, but makes those who ~pay Him grow rich in Him." And 109 2, 86 | saying (Ps. 21:26): "I will pay ~my vows in the sight of 110 2, 86 | of Ps. 75:12, "Vow ye and pay," ~says: "Vows are counseled 111 2, 87 | 2: Further, one does not pay anything to a person by 112 2, 87 | Mt. 5:33): "Thou shall pay [Douay: 'perform'] thy oaths 113 2, 87 | to swear [jurare] is "to pay the ~right [jus reddere] 114 2, 87 | OBJ 2: A man is said to pay his oaths to God because 115 2, 87 | as when a man swore ~to pay a sum of money, which is 116 2, 91 | superstitious," those, to wit, who pay more attention to ~externals.~ 117 2, 92 | Therefore it will ~be no sin to pay them reverence by worship, 118 2, 92 | it a wicked falsehood to ~pay outward worship to anything 119 2, 95 | was a motive of urgency to pay it, ~through the obligation 120 2, 95 | as though they had to ~pay tithes in order to try if " 121 2, 95 | the end of religion ~is to pay reverence to God. Wherefore 122 2, 95 | to one's parents, than to pay others the respect we owe 123 2, 97 | made into a royal robe, we pay it ~honor and homage, and 124 2, 97 | confines of a church he shall pay nine hundred soldi": and ~ 125 2, 97 | guilty of sacrilege shall pay thirty pounds of tried ~ 126 2, 98 | another, he must by no ~means pay a price for Baptism, and 127 2, 98 | of a person unwilling to pay. But if ~the demand be made 128 2, 98 | are unwilling but able to pay, if the superior authorize 129 2, 99 | it belongs ~to piety to pay duty and homage to one's 130 2, 99 | longer be an act of piety to pay worship to ~one's parents 131 2, 100 | is by observance that we pay worship and honor to those 132 2, 100 | special virtue whereby we pay honor and ~worship to those 133 2, 100 | observance, ~whereby we pay worship and honor to those 134 2, 100 | justice, properly speaking, to pay ~the equivalent to those 135 2, 100 | belongs to observance to pay worship and honor to those 136 2, 100 | belong to observance to pay worship and ~honor to persons 137 2, 100 | belongs to justice that we pay what we owe: wherefore ~ 138 2, 100 | is by ~observance that we pay worship and honor to those 139 2, 100 | One is legal ~debt, to pay which man is compelled by 140 2, 100 | as compared to those who pay them. Wherefore, though 141 2, 100 | natural kinship with them, to pay worship and honor to their 142 2, 101 | consider (1) ~dulia, whereby we pay honor and other things pertaining 143 2, 101 | The angel forbade John to pay him, not any kind of honor, ~ 144 2, 101 | again, he ~forbade him to pay the honor of dulia, in order 145 2, 101 | of Christ, the honor we pay to it is the ~same as that 146 2, 101 | the ~same as that which we pay to Christ, just as the king' 147 2, 102 | part of him who fails ~to pay due obedience to his superior, 148 2, 104 | 6) Whether one ought to pay back more than one has received?~ 149 2, 104 | Now the honor which we pay to God in return belongs 150 2, 104 | after religion, whereby ~we pay God due worship, and piety, 151 2, 104 | gratefully, has already begun to pay it back: ~and that we are 152 2, 104 | as far as possible, to pay back ~something more.~Aquin.: 153 2, 104 | possible for the son to pay back ~something greater 154 2, 104 | unable to do so, the will to pay back would be ~sufficient 155 2, 105 | appreciation ~of it or to pay something in return, and 156 2, 105 | because he not only omits to pay the ~debt of gratitude, 157 2, 112 | which the law binds him to pay, ~or by some debt arising 158 2, 119 | belongs ~properly to piety to pay duty and worship to one' 159 2, 119 | Ghost's instigation, we pay worship and ~duty to God 160 2, 119 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To pay worship to God as Creator, 161 2, 119 | more ~excellent than to pay worship to one's father 162 2, 119 | is a virtue does. But to pay worship to God as Father 163 2, 119 | more ~excellent than to pay worship to God as Creator 164 2, 120 | part man is ~induced to pay interior worship, consisting 165 2, 120 | 2]), piety directs us to pay the ~debt due to our parents, 166 2, 120 | it is required that one pay ~one's debts, according 167 2, 145 | things, so we strive to pay God a tithe of days, for ~ 168 2, 145 | the six weeks of Lent) "we pay God a tithe of our year." 169 2, 151 | sexual ~intercourse as not to pay the marriage debt.~Aquin.: 170 2, 152 | father's estimate, and shall pay the price of her purity ~[* 171 2, 161 | Then did I restore [Douay: 'pay'] that which I took not 172 2, 184 | anything to God, defer not ~to pay it," adds at once, "for 173 2, 187 | the owner of the pit shall pay the price of ~the beasts." 174 2, 187 | Ps. 75:12): "Vow ye, and pay to the ~Lord your God"; 175 2, 187 | anything to God, defer not to pay it, for an unfaithful and 176 2, 187 | Ps. 75:12, "Vow ye, and pay to ~the Lord your God," 177 2, 187 | government of his see and pay his vows to the Most ~High."~ 178 2, 187 | account to someone or to pay a certain ~fixed debt, he 179 2, 187 | has not wherewithal to ~pay the debt, he must do what 180 2, 187 | enter ~religion, unless he pay what he owes, if he can. 181 3, 5 | is the soldiers do ~not pay homage to his image. Yet 182 3, 31 | x) that "Christ did not ~pay tithes there," i.e. in Abraham, " 183 3, 31 | Apostle is that Christ did not pay tithes in Abraham. For ~ 184 3, 31 | say ~that Christ did not pay tithes in Abraham's loins, 185 3, 31 | Therefore He did not ~pay tithes in Abraham's loins.~ 186 3, 31 | actually in Christ, who did not pay the tithes.~Aquin.: SMT 187 3, 31 | is possible that a father pay tithes to a priest, as the 188 3, 36 | come to adore Christ and pay ~homage to Him?~Aquin.: 189 3, 36 | come to ~adore Christ and pay homage to Him. For reverence 190 3, 38 | in order that men might pay greater ~attention to Christ, 191 3, 40 | had not the wherewithal to pay the tax ~for Himself and 192 3, 46 | to Ps. 68:5: ~"Then did I pay that which I took not away." 193 3, 47 | penalty endured could man pay Him ~enough satisfaction: 194 3, 47 | Him whom he had seen, will pay the penalty for daring to 195 3, 48 | Christ's person: "Then did ~I pay that which I took not away." 196 3, 49 | steals a sheep he ~shall pay back four" (Ex. 22:1). And 197 3, 49 | God by all; and all shall pay Him homage as God. And this 198 3, 76 | the devils are found to pay reverence ~thereto, and 199 3, 76 | faith, to which they do not pay ~willing assent; yet they 200 3, 80 | Regist. xi): "Those who pay the debt of marriage not 201 3, 88 | torturers, until he should pay the whole debt, because 202 Suppl, 2 | a poor ~man, who cannot pay a debt, is excused, and 203 Suppl, 7 | punishment, and the obligation to pay the other ~part. Accordingly 204 Suppl, 8 | for two reasons, viz. to pay the debt, and to afford 205 Suppl, 13| man has suffices not to pay one debt, he ~cannot pay 206 Suppl, 13| pay one debt, he ~cannot pay another debt. Now all that 207 Suppl, 13| has, does not suffice to pay what he owes for the blessing 208 Suppl, 13| Now before man, ~one can pay another's debt for love 209 Suppl, 13| twofold purpose, viz. to ~pay the debt, and to serve as 210 Suppl, 25| the means whereby he ~may pay it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] 211 Suppl, 39| presented him are bound to pay the ~master double the slave' 212 Suppl, 40| thenceforward live on the pay of the Church." But ~this 213 Suppl, 43| will marry thee if thou pay me a hundred pounds," and 214 Suppl, 49| it required that the one pay the ~marriage debt to the 215 Suppl, 49| that they should ~mutually pay the marriage debt. The latter 216 Suppl, 49| offspring, and ~in order to pay the debt. otherwise it is 217 Suppl, 52| binds ~himself is unable to pay the debt, ignorance of this 218 Suppl, 52| makes a person unable to pay the debt, ~so that he is 219 Suppl, 52| slavery makes him unable to pay it ~freely. Therefore, just 220 Suppl, 52| obligation on either side to pay the debt, ~neither party 221 Suppl, 52| first act, since ~lepers can pay the debt freely; although 222 Suppl, 52| precept of ~the Divine law to pay the debt to his wife. But 223 Suppl, 52| commanded by his master and pay the debt to his wife; ~because 224 Suppl, 52| consent, he is not bound to ~pay the debt, but in preference 225 Suppl, 52| whereas a husband is bound to pay the ~debt to his wife not 226 Suppl, 52| wife, and he is bound to pay her the debt when she asks, 227 Suppl, 52| the slave is bound then to pay the debt to ~his wife, though 228 Suppl, 53| Therefore neither can he pay the debt without sin.~Aquin.: 229 Suppl, 53| unlawful for him not to pay the debt ~when his wife 230 Suppl, 53| without sin, although he can pay the debt without sin on 231 Suppl, 53| that she desires him to pay the debt, for then he may 232 Suppl, 53| the debt, for then he may pay it ~without sin. This is 233 Suppl, 53| that he ~may both ask and pay lest the marriage become 234 Suppl, 53| nor is the wife bound to pay it. But it does not dissolve 235 Suppl, 53| the husband is bound to pay the ~debt to the wife if 236 Suppl, 55| he can neither seek nor pay the debt, in the second, 237 Suppl, 55| in the second, he must ~pay, but not ask, in the third 238 Suppl, 55| in the third he can both pay and ask.~Aquin.: SMT XP 239 Suppl, 56| the ~debt; but is bound to pay if asked, because the fault 240 Suppl, 58| whereby one is bound to ~pay the other the marital debt: 241 Suppl, 58| made by one who ~cannot pay the marital debt. This impediment 242 Suppl, 58| a man cannot ~"de facto" pay the marriage debt, as also 243 Suppl, 58| the other is ~unable to pay the marriage debt. But an 244 Suppl, 58| whereby a person ~cannot pay the marriage debt "de jure," 245 Suppl, 58| majority of cases he cannot pay the marriage debt ~before 246 Suppl, 59| whereby he was bound to pay his wife the marriage ~debt, 247 Suppl, 61| and the other ~is bound to pay: and so the one cannot enter 248 Suppl, 61| consummation they are not bound to pay the ~marriage debt forthwith 249 Suppl, 61| his wife is not bound to pay him the marriage debt, ~ 250 Suppl, 62| fornication: nor is he bound to pay her the marriage ~debt at 251 Suppl, 62| husband, and would be bound to pay the ~marriage debt, but 252 Suppl, 62| Hence his wife is bound to ~pay the debt, and to return 253 Suppl, 64| Whether one spouse is bound to pay the marriage debt to the 254 Suppl, 64| one is sometimes bound to pay without being asked?~(3) 255 Suppl, 64| Whether she is bound to pay it at that time?~(5) Whether 256 Suppl, 64| Whether it is an obligation to pay it at the time of a festival?~( 257 Suppl, 64| sometimes harmful to a person to pay the debt ~when asked, whether 258 Suppl, 64| that a wife is not bound to pay ~the debt to a leprous husband.~ 259 Suppl, 64| obligation of precept to pay his master the debt of his 260 Suppl, 64| the one were not ~bound to pay the debt to the other when 261 Suppl, 64| the ~husband is bound to pay the debt to his wife, in 262 Suppl, 64| debt and being unable to pay it, the wife has no right ~ 263 Suppl, 64| Wherefore a ~wife is bound to pay the debt even to a leprous 264 Suppl, 64| Whether a husband is bound to pay the debt if his wife does 265 Suppl, 64| husband is not bound to pay the marriage ~debt if his 266 Suppl, 64| and so he is not ~bound to pay her the debt.~Aquin.: SMT 267 Suppl, 64| neither is a husband bound to pay the ~debt to his wife except 268 Suppl, 64| more therefore may he not pay it when ~he is not asked.~ 269 Suppl, 64| the ~husband is bound to pay the debt to his wife although 270 Suppl, 64| the husband is bound to pay the debt to his wife even 271 Suppl, 64| the wife would wish him to pay ~the debt, but is silent 272 Suppl, 64| the husband is bound to pay it, ~whenever his wife shows 273 Suppl, 64| woman should or may lawfully pay the marriage debt ~to her 274 Suppl, 64| menstruous wife may not pay the marriage ~debt to her 275 Suppl, 64| mortally by consenting to pay the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP 276 Suppl, 64| his asking his wife must pay the debt ~even during her 277 Suppl, 64| menstruous woman ~may not pay the debt even as she may 278 Suppl, 64| she ~would not be bound to pay it if she had some personal 279 Suppl, 64| so is she not bound to pay for fear of ~danger to the 280 Suppl, 64| husband's sin unless she ~pay the debt willingly. For 281 Suppl, 64| the wife is not bound to pay her husband the debt ~without 282 Suppl, 64| the wife is not bound ~to pay the debt to her husband 283 Suppl, 64| the husband ~is bound to pay it to the wife.~Aquin.: 284 Suppl, 64| wife are ~equally bound to pay the debt, as stated above ( 285 Suppl, 64| equally take a vow not to pay the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP 286 Suppl, 64| command the husband not to ~pay the debt to his wife for 287 Suppl, 64| debt, not however ~not to pay it, because in the former 288 Suppl, 64| Whether one spouse is bound to pay the debt to the other at 289 Suppl, 64| neither are they bound to pay the debt at a ~festal time. 290 Suppl, 64| Therefore one ought not ~to pay the debt at a time when 291 Suppl, 64| spouse asks the ~other must pay.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 292 Suppl, 64| procreation, the one is bound to pay ~the debt to the other, 293 Suppl, 65| so that he is bound to pay her the debt when she asks. ~ 294 Suppl, 65| be impossible for him ~to pay both were both to ask at 295 Suppl, 65| not require the husband to pay the debt every ~time his 296 Suppl, 66| he be compelled by law to pay her the debt, or if he ~ 297 Suppl, 71| from his own debt if he pay a debt for another man. ~ 298 Suppl, 71| justice. But if a ~person pay another's debt human justice 299 Suppl, 72| to the wicked, who will pay little heed to the ~signs


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License