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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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profit

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1 1, 43 | given to every man unto ~profit" - that is, of the Church. 2 1, 44 | does not act for His own profit, but only for His own goodness.~ 3 1, 62 | This would not be for their profit were they not to merit thereby, ~ 4 1, 43 | given to every man unto ~profit" - that is, of the Church. 5 1, 45 | does not act for His own profit, but only for His own goodness.~ 6 1, 63 | This would not be for their profit were they not to merit thereby, ~ 7 1, 103 | manifestation of the Spirit, ~unto profit" (1 Cor. 12:7); and subsequently 8 2, 39 | killed many, and there is no ~profit in it."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 9 2, 47 | without ~deriving thereby any profit to himself, seems not to 10 2, 79 | their blindness to ~their profit: just as a physician would 11 2, 79 | turns blindness to ~the profit of those who are blinded.~ 12 2, 87 | lesser good, that he ~may profit in a greater good, as when 13 2, 90 | enacted for ~no private profit, but for the common benefit 14 2, 92 | 2: Further, Law does not profit a man unless he obeys it. 15 2, 92 | but considers only his own profit. Therefore law does not 16 2, 102 | denote those who seek earthly profit though an external brightness 17 2, 103 | circumcised, ~Christ shall profit you nothing." But nothing 18 2, 105 | conferred on ~them for their profit. Hence it is written (Osee 19 2, 105 | wherefore he had no right to any profit, by receiving ~indemnity 20 2, 105 | Further, no man should profit by his own fault. But it 21 2, 105 | out of whom they made a profit.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 22 2, 107 | circumcised, Christ shall profit you nothing." Therefore 23 2, 108 | And this I ~speak for your profit; not to cast a snare upon 24 2, 114 | seeks from our goods not profit, but glory, i.e. the ~manifestation 25 2, 3 | unbelievers, without any ~profit either to the faith or to 26 2, 3 | Yet, if there ~is hope of profit to the faith, or if there 27 2, 10 | words, for it ~is to no profit, but to the subverting of 28 2, 11 | end of heresy is ~temporal profit, especially lordship and 29 2, 11 | the sake of some temporal profit, especially that he may 30 2, 11 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The profit that ensues from heresy 31 2, 24 | perverse ~intention to our profit.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 32 2, 25 | virtuous goods than the ~profit we have derived from others. 33 2, 28 | gifts, not for ~His own profit, but for that of ourselves 34 2, 28 | arouse our devotion and to profit our neighbor. Hence mercy, 35 2, 30 | solicitous to share his skill and profit ~with his neighbor; let 36 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 1: Burial does not profit a dead man as though his 37 2, 30 | the greater the spiritual profit, which is contrary to what 38 2, 30 | it shall bring thee more profit ~than gold."~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 30 | in giving alms so as to profit their souls. ~Therefore 40 2, 30 | lawfully do anything that will profit their masters: and this 41 2, 30 | give alms out of the just profit of his own labor as ~Augustine 42 2, 30 | but to many, that we may profit many."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 43 2, 35 | honor, or our ~neighbor's profit, while one deems a certain 44 2, 36 | adds, "for it ~is to no profit, but to the subverting of 45 2, 42 | neighbor, not for his own ~profit, or pleasure, but in the 46 2, 42 | his neighbor for his own profit or ~pleasure, he does not 47 2, 48 | state are directed to the profit of ~individuals, whereas 48 2, 53 | covetousness, which seeks its own profit and sets little by excellence.~ 49 2, 56 | Officiis ii, 6): "We look to a profit that is estimated ~not by 50 2, 56 | a ~harm. He does however profit himself, in so far as he 51 2, 56 | it ~disregards its own profit in order to preserve the 52 2, 56 | of ~justice, the name of "profit" is extended to whatever 53 2, 60 | reverence or injury, harm or profit on another person, so too 54 2, 60 | he that has money has the profit not yet ~actually but only 55 2, 60 | another's property for his own profit but without committing an ~ 56 2, 60 | injury to the latter or profit to himself, as ~in the case 57 2, 61 | given to ~every man unto profit," it follows that in the 58 2, 64 | to use them ~for his own profit, as they were made on his 59 2, 66 | precept, since he ~would thus profit by his sin. Yet on account 60 2, 66 | Church. Nor does a ~man profit by this: indeed it is a 61 2, 68 | truth to someone ~who may profit thereby. For it is written ( 62 2, 69 | would be ~allowed to make profit by his art.~Aquin.: SMT 63 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The profit one derives from being backbitten 64 2, 75 | entire and ~unchanged, at a profit, is the trader who is cast 65 2, 75 | necessities of life, but for profit, and this kind of exchange, ~ 66 2, 75 | buys that he may sell at a profit. If, on ~the contrary, he 67 2, 75 | transaction even if he ~sell at a profit. For he may lawfully do 68 2, 76 | and this is for ~our own profit not for His.~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 76 | of precept not to seek ~profit by lending: although it 70 2, 76 | the fact that he makes no profit out of his money: because 71 2, 76 | usury. ~Therefore whatever profit is made therefrom is infected 72 2, 76 | intention of making a ~greater profit from his money by reason 73 2, 81 | my bosom, i.e. ~though it profit them not, I am not deprived 74 2, 81 | which graces conduce to the profit of many, according to the ~ 75 2, 81 | if my prayer does not ~profit them, yet shall not I be 76 2, 85 | in possession of all his profit from land and ~stock, since 77 2, 85 | not forbidden to make a profit ~out of other lawful occupations 78 2, 86 | something to a man for his own profit; since ~it profits him that 79 2, 86 | for His but for our own profit. Hence Augustine ~says ( 80 2, 86 | does not conduce to His profit, nor does ~He need to be 81 2, 86 | but it conduces to our profit, in so far as ~by vowing 82 2, 98 | instituted but for his own profit, in consideration ~of an 83 2, 98 | to the prelate for the ~profit of his kindred, or the increase 84 2, 98 | Further, no one should profit by his own sin. Yet, if 85 2, 98 | would sometimes turn to the profit of those ~who had a share 86 2, 98 | has been ordained shall profit nothing from his ordination 87 2, 102 | order that others might profit by their ~example."~Aquin.: 88 2, 104 | one who works for his own profit. ~But sometimes people bestow 89 2, 104 | bestow favors for their own profit. Therefore thanks ~are not 90 2, 106 | danger, but even with ~great profit, to the good. Wherefore 91 2, 110 | themselves, so as to ~make profit thereby; for instance, they 92 2, 116 | the like, or by making a profit ~where one ought to have 93 2, 116 | laboring much to make little profit. In another way, in making 94 2, 117 | and others yet so as to profit some; whereas the ~covetous 95 2, 117 | his own goods for his own profit.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[119] A[ 96 2, 126 | for the sake of virtue or profit." The other is that by ~ 97 2, 129 | him by God, ~that he may profit others thereby: wherefore 98 2, 129 | as this enables him ~to profit others.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 99 2, 129 | without referring it to the profit of others. ~Since then ambition 100 2, 134 | killed many, and there is no profit in it." Hence the necessity 101 2, 134 | for the sake of virtue or profit." By saying "arduous" ~he 102 2, 139 | the end of the ~builder is profit. Accordingly the end and 103 2, 169 | given to every man unto profit," and further on (1 Cor. 104 2, 170 | given to every man unto profit"; and is not directly intended 105 2, 170 | even of the wicked for the profit of the good. Hence He ~foretells 106 2, 174 | given to every man unto profit"; and consequently both 107 2, 174 | men's ~understanding or profit, but unto God's understanding 108 2, 175 | graces are given for the profit of others, ~as stated above ( 109 2, 175 | cannot be turned to another's profit, except by means of speech. ~ 110 2, 175 | anything that pertains to the ~profit of the Church, He provides 111 2, 175 | given to a man ~for the profit of others. Hence it is withdrawn 112 2, 175 | word is directed to the ~profit of others. Now if a man 113 2, 175 | that "to know how faith may profit the godly and be defended ~ 114 2, 176 | by God's power for man's profit.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 115 2, 182 | Isaias wishing ~to be of profit to his neighbor by means 116 2, 183 | to precede rather than to profit others." For, as he ~observed 117 2, 183 | the sake of a ~spiritual profit, and anyone may lawfully 118 2, 183 | Isaias wishing to be of profit to his neighbor by means 119 2, 183 | subjects, whom he is unable to ~profit. Hence Gregory says (Dial. 120 2, 183 | succored, but when there ~is no profit at all for the good, it 121 2, 185 | Holy Writ to the common profit of the ~whole Church. Wherefore 122 2, 185 | of their ~affording any profit to others, it is unlawful 123 2, 185 | claim to it, and ~without profit to others or being in need 124 2, 185 | work, as well as an evident profit to be ~derived by others, 125 2, 185 | motives of necessity and ~profit be lacking, the weak might 126 2, 186 | a lesser, so the common profit takes precedence of ~private 127 2, 186 | takes precedence of ~private profit: and in this case teaching 128 2, 186 | understand not how much such men profit us by the spirit of their ~ 129 3, 7 | treasure that is not seen: what profit is there in them both?" ~ 130 3, 13 | and yet, that others may profit by their example, they are 131 3, 21 | Himself, yet He spoke for the profit of our faith." Hence ~it 132 3, 27 | given to ~every man unto profit," which would not result 133 3, 30 | Mother would have been of no profit to Mary, had she not ~borne 134 3, 36 | treasure that is not seen; what profit is there in them both?" 135 3, 37 | circumcised, ~Christ shall profit you nothing." Therefore 136 3, 39 | Christ, who came for man's ~profit, should have been baptized 137 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The profit which accrues to men from 138 3, 51 | written (Ps. 19:10): ~"What profit is there in my blood, whilst 139 3, 51 | If My body corrupt, the profit of the blood shed will be ~ 140 3, 53 | and (Ps. 29:10): "What profit is there in my blood?" ~ 141 3, 53 | says that "there is no profit in the shedding ~of Christ' 142 3, 68 | sacraments, and to ~their profit; but though it is possible 143 3, 68 | sanctification, it will be to no profit." Since, therefore, the 144 3, 75 | sacraments are ordained for the profit of ~the faithful. But according 145 3, 80 | take it daily, that it may profit thee daily."~Aquin.: SMT 146 3, 80 | Receive daily, that it may profit thee daily," ~adds: "So 147 3, 83 | sacrament unworthily, but with ~profit. The same applies if he 148 Suppl, 4 | killed many, and there is no ~profit in it." Moreover the Philosopher 149 Suppl, 10| Therefore he does ~not profit by his forgetfulness so 150 Suppl, 10| Reply OBJ 3: He does not profit by his neglect, since he 151 Suppl, 13| satisfaction of one does ~not profit another, for the flesh of 152 Suppl, 14| suffrages of the Church do not profit the damned in hell." Much 153 Suppl, 14| Enchiridion cx): "Whomsoever they ~profit, either receive a full pardon, 154 Suppl, 19| priest's prayer should profit those who are subject to 155 Suppl, 21| OBJ 2: One man's prayers profit another in so far as they 156 Suppl, 21| the whole Church, do not profit those who are ~excommunicated. 157 Suppl, 25| the honor of God and the profit of our neighbor. Nor ~in 158 Suppl, 25| done something for the ~profit of the Church, may reach 159 Suppl, 26| we consider the ~personal profit.~ 160 Suppl, 27| unreasonable for ~them to profit by indulgences.~Aquin.: 161 Suppl, 27| away from religious the profit to ~be derived from indulgences.~ 162 Suppl, 34| employing them for one's own ~profit. Such subjection is not 163 Suppl, 34| subjects and not their own ~profit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] A[ 164 Suppl, 64| the husband's, and less profit to the Church. Wherefore 165 Suppl, 71| performed by one person can profit others?~(2) Whether the 166 Suppl, 71| the suffrages of sinners profit the dead?~(4) Whether suffrages 167 Suppl, 71| Whether suffrages for the dead profit those who perform them?~( 168 Suppl, 71| them?~(5) Whether suffrages profit those who are in hell?~( 169 Suppl, 71| in hell?~(6) Whether they profit those who are in purgatory?~( 170 Suppl, 71| Whether in any way they profit those who are heaven?~(9) 171 Suppl, 71| the altar, and ~almsgiving profit the departed?~(10) Whether 172 Suppl, 71| indulgences granted by the Church profit them?~(11) Whether the burial 173 Suppl, 71| suffrages for one dead person profit that person more than ~others?~( 174 Suppl, 71| suffrages of one person can profit others?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 175 Suppl, 71| suffrages of one person cannot profit ~others. For it is written ( 176 Suppl, 71| neither does one person profit by another's ~good.~Aquin.: 177 Suppl, 71| however, the work of ~one may profit another while he is a wayfarer, 178 Suppl, 71| the purpose that they may profit such persons: so that those 179 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the living do not profit the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP 180 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the living profit the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP 181 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the living profit the dead. Therefore we must 182 Suppl, 71| suffrages ~of the living profit the dead in two ways even 183 Suppl, 71| in two ways even as they profit the living, ~both on account 184 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the living profit them so as to change their 185 Suppl, 71| suffrages performed by sinners profit the dead?~Aquin.: SMT XP 186 Suppl, 71| performed by sinners do not profit ~the dead. For, according 187 Suppl, 71| if ~their prayers were to profit those for whom they pray, 188 Suppl, 71| performed by them do not profit the ~dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP 189 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the ~wicked profit the departed. Secondly, 190 Suppl, 71| priest, albeit a ~sinner, profit the departed. Secondly, 191 Suppl, 71| above, it may in some ~way profit another, who is disposed.~ 192 Suppl, 71| must be such that they can profit him, and this depends not 193 Suppl, 71| the living for the dead profit those who ~offer them?~Aquin.: 194 Suppl, 71| living for the dead ~do not profit those who offer them. For 195 Suppl, 71| it will likewise ~equally profit a third person if he satisfy 196 Suppl, 71| are offered for ~others profit those who satisfy.~Aquin.: 197 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Whether suffrages profit those who are in hell?~Aquin.: 198 Suppl, 71| would seem that suffrages profit those who are in hell. For 199 Suppl, 71| hell. Therefore suffrages profit those who are in hell.~Aquin.: 200 Suppl, 71| that "those whom suffrages profit gain either ~entire forgiveness, 201 Suppl, 71| damned. Therefore suffrages ~profit even those who are in hell.~ 202 Suppl, 71| more do they, after ~death, profit those alone who are worthy 203 Suppl, 71| to the ~living. Now they profit the living even though they 204 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the Church profit even those who are in hell.~ 205 Suppl, 71| head. Therefore suffrages profit them not.~Aquin.: SMT XP 206 Suppl, 71| 14) said that ~suffrages profit the damned not by diminishing 207 Suppl, 71| according to some, suffrages profit the damned, if it be said 208 Suppl, 71| if it be said that they ~profit neither by diminishing nor 209 Suppl, 71| say simply that suffrages profit not the damned, nor does 210 Suppl, 71| and thus ~suffrages could profit them. or we may say, according 211 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Whether suffrages profit those who are in purgatory?~ 212 Suppl, 71| seem that suffrages do not profit even those who are in ~purgatory. 213 Suppl, 71| Therefore suffrages do not profit ~those who are in purgatory.~ 214 Suppl, 71| from punishment, they will profit him nothing. For it cannot 215 Suppl, 71| cannot be ~said that they profit him before they are discharged; 216 Suppl, 71| Enchiridion cx): "Suffrages profit those who are not very good 217 Suppl, 71| living, without any doubt, profit those who ~are in purgatory.~ 218 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the living ~cannot profit the children in limbo.~Aquin.: 219 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Whether suffrages profit the saints in heaven?~Aquin.: 220 Suppl, 71| that in some way suffrages profit the saints in ~heaven; on 221 Suppl, 71| unto glory, so may they profit us unto ~healing." Now foremost 222 Suppl, 71| altar. ~Therefore suffrages profit the saints in heaven.~Aquin.: 223 Suppl, 71| suffrages ~of the Church profit those who are in heaven.~ 224 Suppl, 71| consequently ~our suffrages also profit them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] 225 Suppl, 71| their feasts, ~but that we profit thereby in celebrating their 226 Suppl, 71| for the faithful departed ~profit the saints, but that by 227 Suppl, 71| signified in the sacrament, they profit others ~for whom they are 228 Suppl, 71| sacrifice of the altar and alms ~profit the departed?~Aquin.: SMT 229 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the living profit the dead in so far as ~the 230 Suppl, 71| is true that fasting can profit the departed by reason ~ 231 Suppl, 71| of the baptized, it may profit others even as other meritorious 232 Suppl, 71| thinking that this would profit them: and according ~to 233 Suppl, 71| offering of candles or oil may profit the departed in ~so far 234 Suppl, 71| indulgences of the Church profit the dead?~Aquin.: SMT XP 235 Suppl, 71| indulgences granted by the Church profit ~even the dead. First, on 236 Suppl, 71| dead. Therefore indulgences profit the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP 237 Suppl, 71| indulgences of the Church profit those who are ~members of 238 Suppl, 71| of the Church would not profit them. Therefore ~it would 239 Suppl, 71| would seem that indulgences profit the departed.~Aquin.: SMT 240 Suppl, 71| can do ~nothing that is of profit to the Church, and it is 241 Suppl, 71| seemingly, indulgences profit ~not the dead.~Aquin.: SMT 242 Suppl, 71| that, An indulgence may profit a person in two ways: in 243 Suppl, 71| directly. However, ~they profit secondarily and indirectly 244 Suppl, 71| dead. Therefore the like ~profit the dead somewhat.~Aquin.: 245 Suppl, 71| one's behalf unless ~it profit him. Now burying the dead 246 Suppl, 71| like burial observances profit the dead.~Aquin.: SMT XP 247 Suppl, 71| burial service does not profit them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] 248 Suppl, 71| and yet they ~can also profit the dead, not directly but 249 Suppl, 71| the tombs of the dead we ~profit them indirectly, either 250 Suppl, 71| for one deceased person profit the person for ~whom they 251 Suppl, 71| offered. Therefore they profit more by those suffrages, 252 Suppl, 71| offered for certain people profit them ~alone, or profit them 253 Suppl, 71| people profit them ~alone, or profit them more than others, the 254 Suppl, 71| whom he offers them, they profit this person ~alone.~Aquin.: 255 Suppl, 71| merited ~that suffrages would profit them if offered for them, 256 Suppl, 71| works of satisfaction do not profit ~after the manner of an 257 Suppl, 71| the ~recipient. But they profit after the manner of the 258 Suppl, 71| them ~in particular may profit them also.~Aquin.: SMT XP 259 Suppl, 71| offered for a ~person do not profit all indifferently, but those 260 Suppl, 71| special ~suffrages, an equal profit to that which a poor man 261 Suppl, 72| The prayers of the saints profit the predestinate, ~because 262 Suppl, 85| of ~one conduces to the profit of another. Consequently 263 Suppl, 85| persons are dealt with for the profit of others, ~otherwise than 264 Suppl, 85| further motive for the good to profit by ~the wicked, or the wicked 265 Suppl, 85| good: for the sake of which profit the ~good are meanwhile 266 Suppl, 93| inasmuch as material fruit is a profit expected from the ~labor 267 Suppl, 93| turns that exaltation to the profit of others acquires ~thereby 268 Suppl, 96| God, nor does anything profit unto eternal life in the


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