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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 24 | those chosen for military service; or treats of the art of 2 1, 24 | proper duty to which military service is directed. But the life 3 1, 38 | there is ~no subjection nor service in the divine persons. But 4 1, 64 | they should cease to be of ~service in the natural order. Consequently 5 1, 67 | endeavoring to withdraw from the service of ~idols. It would have 6 1, 67 | at that time, for whose service ~this was required. Nor 7 1, 70 | thy God created for the service of all nations." Now, he 8 1, 70 | Now, he explains ~this service at the beginning of Genesis 9 1, 70 | First, the lights ~are of service to man, in regard to sight, 10 1, 70 | given to the earth for the service of man, who, ~by reason 11 1, 72 | which in any ~way are of service to man: but by "beasts," 12 1, 76 | intellect, and are at ~its service. Therefore, if we suppose 13 1, 38 | there is ~no subjection nor service in the divine persons. But 14 1, 65 | they should cease to be of ~service in the natural order. Consequently 15 1, 68 | endeavoring to withdraw from the service of ~idols. It would have 16 1, 68 | at that time, for whose service ~this was required. Nor 17 1, 71 | thy God created for the service of all nations." Now, he 18 1, 71 | Now, he explains ~this service at the beginning of Genesis 19 1, 71 | First, the lights ~are of service to man, in regard to sight, 20 1, 71 | given to the earth for the service of man, who, ~by reason 21 1, 71 | which in any ~way are of service to man: but by "beasts," 22 1, 75 | intellect, and are at ~its service. Therefore, if we suppose 23 1, 89 | will, ~was joined to the service of the body. But he does 24 1, 95 | domineering, but by ~the service of counsel": and (De Civ. 25 1, 108 | nature, for subjection and service do not come from nature 26 1, 111 | ranks fulfil ~no exterior service."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] 27 2, 19 | will think that he doth a ~service to God." Therefore the will 28 2, 20 | vainglory, and afterwards the service of God. Therefore one and 29 2, 30 | body itself renders its ~service in spiritual matters, according 30 2, 61 | draws them all into the service of the ~common weal, as 31 2, 79 | senses excel in ~rendering service to the intellect, viz. sight 32 2, 98 | who are set aside for the service ~of God are bound to certain 33 2, 100 | secondly, reverence; thirdly, service. Fidelity to his master 34 2, 100 | the Lord thy God in vain." Service is due to the master in ~ 35 2, 100 | prescribe deeds ~of kindness or service to be done to anyone except 36 2, 100 | that he should offer Him service. Thus, in an army, it is 37 2, 100 | wanting in some point of service to him.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 38 2, 100 | one ought to do someone a service or kindness. Nevertheless 39 2, 100 | the point of rendering ~a service or kindness to those from 40 2, 101 | might ~have no time for the service of idols. As to those who 41 2, 102 | were to be destined to the ~service of God was not to be made 42 2, 102 | always to be ready for the ~service of the sanctuary; wherefore 43 2, 105 | standpoint, ~man has at his service external goods, by means 44 2, 105 | is the meaning of this ~service? You shall say to them: 45 2, 105 | reason were bound to the service of God, He ~did not wish 46 2, 105 | not oppress him with the service of bondservants: but he ~ 47 2, 105 | not oppress him ~with the service of bondservants: but he 48 2, 106 | health of the body are of service ~to man as regards his nature, 49 2, 107 | wished religion to be a free service rendered by the public ~ 50 2, 114 | use of it in ~his master's service. Now God is much more bountiful 51 2, 114 | bestows ~on anyone for a service done. But God sometimes 52 2, 114 | his army to undergo hard service ~against Tyre . . . and 53 2, 3 | honor, or ~our neighbor of a service that we ought to render 54 2, 10 | had been bought for his service: ~if, however, he had been 55 2, 24 | we can use it for God's service, ~according to Rm. 6:13: " 56 2, 26 | 12:1: "Your reasonable service," so also the ~interior 57 2, 31 | precepts about ~rendering service to our neighbor are reduced 58 2, 48 | soldiering is directed to the ~service belongs to fortitude, but 59 2, 48 | The execution of military service belongs to fortitude, but ~ 60 2, 55 | payment of the wage due for a service rendered. And so a thing 61 2, 56 | Q[25], A[1]), so too the service of God includes rendering ~ 62 2, 56 | man should direct to the service of God his ~authority over 63 2, 62 | He slays not who owes his service to one ~who commands him, 64 2, 69 | the advocate who accepts service in an unjust ~cause, unjustly 65 2, 70 | then so as to urge God's ~service, not our own."~Aquin.: SMT 66 2, 76 | remuneration, and remuneration by service, as a gloss says on Is. 67 2, 76 | Now it is lawful to accept service or praise ~from one to whom 68 2, 76 | of some remuneration of service or words, it would be the 69 2, 76 | hand the remuneration by service or words be given not as 70 2, 78 | it consists in offering service and ceremonial rites or ~ 71 2, 78 | ii, 53), a man ~"renders service and constant deference to 72 2, 78 | it is the science of "the service of God" (he speaks after 73 2, 79 | religion consists in ~offering service and ceremonial rites to 74 2, 79 | needs be a special kind of service. ~Now it is evident that 75 2, 79 | Consequently a special kind of service is due to Him, which is 76 2, 79 | like manner, to render due service to God ~may be an act of 77 2, 79 | reverence is due: while ~service regards the subjection of 78 2, 79 | according as it gives ~God due service in matters pertaining specially 79 2, 80 | to things concerning ~the service of God. Wherefore it is 80 2, 80 | readily what concerns the service of God is a special kind 81 2, 80 | offers himself for the ~service of God Who is the last end, 82 2, 80 | pertains to the worship or service of God, belongs ~properly 83 2, 80 | of ~another kind, just as service of a temporal master differs 84 2, 80 | master differs from the ~service of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 85 2, 80 | surrenders himself readily to the service of God. Now every act of 86 2, 80 | surrendering himself to God's service. Indeed a ~twofold consideration 87 2, 81 | that are employed for God's service, so ~too, prayer surpasses 88 2, 81 | of the body, and are of service to us as instruments in 89 2, 82 | RELIGION (QQ[84]-91)~THE SERVICE OF THE BODY (Q[84])~OF ADORATION ( 90 2, 83 | SS Q[85] Out. Para. 1/2 - SERVICE BY GIFT (QQ[85]-87)~OF SACRIFICE ( 91 2, 86 | SS Q[88] Out. Para. 1/1 - SERVICE BY PROMISE (Q[88])~OF VOWS ( 92 2, 86 | adds, "your reasonable service." Since, however, man ~is 93 2, 86 | him that we should be of service to him, and that we should 94 2, 86 | future fulfilment of that service: whereas we ~make promises 95 2, 86 | acts of any virtue to the service of God is the proper act 96 2, 86 | vowed to the worship or ~service of God. And thus it is clear 97 2, 86 | to the divine ministry or service: and yet many ~particular 98 2, 86 | withdraw him from his master's service.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 99 2, 86 | himself wholly to God's service, for this is incompatible 100 2, 86 | his whole life to God's service. Now ~the particular is 101 2, 86 | if he exchange a temporal service for the perpetual service ~ 102 2, 86 | service for the perpetual service ~of religion." And yet a 103 2, 92 | sacrifices, namely, ~the service of a pure mind, should be 104 2, 98 | remuneration or remuneration by service?~(6) Of the punishment of 105 2, 98 | return for an ~equivalent of service, or for an oral remuneration?~ 106 2, 98 | return for an equivalent of service, or an oral remuneration. 107 2, 98 | rewarded." Now an equivalent of service ~denotes serving the interests 108 2, 98 | ecclesiastical benefice for service ~received seems to indicate 109 2, 98 | remuneration or of an equivalent in service rendered or money ~received, 110 2, 98 | is evident that a ~man's service is directed to some kind 111 2, 98 | a spiritual thing for a service rendered or to be rendered 112 2, 98 | promised, at which ~that service could be valued. If likewise, 113 2, 98 | remuneration" or an "equivalent in service rendered."~Aquin.: SMT SS 114 2, 98 | renders a prelate a lawful service, directed to ~spiritual 115 2, 98 | that led him to render the service, as he would by reason of ~ 116 2, 98 | case of remuneration for service ~rendered, such as Gregory 117 2, 98 | has in mind. But if the service be unlawful, or ~directed 118 2, 98 | to carnal things (e.g. a service rendered to the prelate 119 2, 98 | case of remuneration for service rendered, and this will 120 2, 99 | and render them faithful service."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] 121 2, 99 | owes him reverence ~and service. Accidentally, that is due 122 2, 99 | which come under the head of service due. ~Hence Tully says ( 123 2, 99 | homage": "duty" referring to service, and "homage" to reverence 124 2, 99 | virtues. For the giving of service and homage to anyone proceeds 125 2, 99 | not withdrawn ~from the service of God, then will it be 126 2, 99 | and withdraw us from the service of God, we ~must, as regards 127 2, 99 | devote ourselves to their service without sin, or if they 128 2, 99 | is lawful to forego their service, ~so as to give more time 129 2, 100 | consisting in ~rendering him service, by obeying his commands, 130 2, 101 | Wherefore dulia, which pays due service to a human lord, is a ~distinct 131 2, 101 | from latria, which pays due service to the lordship of ~God. 132 2, 102 | the more gratuitous the service the more is it ~acceptable. 133 2, 102 | justice, by rendering due service to his lord. Accordingly 134 2, 102 | execution ~of the duties of his service, a son his father in matters 135 2, 104 | slave, it is part of his service: when he ~does more than 136 2, 104 | it is no longer called service." Wherefore gratitude is 137 2, 109 | pertaining by their genus to the ~service of God, and seeks by their 138 2, 120 | worship, which pertains to the service of God, may be called a ~ 139 2, 120 | works connected with God's service. For this ~reason, according 140 2, 123 | they be lacking in the ~service they owe their masters.~ 141 2, 127 | those who are able to be of service to him. And in so far as 142 2, 167 | under the guise of God's service"; and the Philosopher says ( 143 2, 180 | advantageously occupied ~with the service of their fellow-creatures 144 2, 181 | faith, ~charity, and mutual service, according to the saying 145 2, 181 | state from those who ~are in service, but are also of a different 146 2, 182 | freely to give himself to the service of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 147 2, 182 | free if he be released from service. Secondly, it is ~required 148 2, 182 | of ~their rendering pure service and homage to God; others 149 2, 182 | it takes its name from "service and ~homage to God," as 150 2, 183 | Mother ~Church requires your service, neither accept with greedy 151 2, 184 | of their rendering pure service and subjection ~to God, 152 2, 184 | offers something to the ~service and worship of God. Wherefore 153 2, 184 | up entirely to the divine service, ~as offering a holocaust 154 2, 184 | these are referred to God's service and honor become ~acts of 155 2, 184 | whole life to the ~divine service, his whole life belongs 156 2, 184 | himself entirely to God's service. Now the use ~of sexual 157 2, 184 | giving itself wholly to the service ~of God, and this for two 158 2, 184 | lawful not to render a ~service which we have not vowed, 159 2, 184 | things pertaining to God's service, this is most acceptable 160 2, 185 | themselves ~entirely to the service of God, as Dionysius asserts ( 161 2, 185 | the profession of God's ~service come from a servile condition 162 2, 185 | oneself to the lowliest service is an ~exercise of humility; 163 2, 185 | under the guise of God's ~service." Therefore seemingly religious 164 2, 186 | oneself wholly to God's service is ~common to every religious 165 2, 186 | may dispose himself to the service of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 166 2, 186 | of their rendering pure service and subjection ~to God, 167 2, 186 | while others delight in the ~service of the guesthouse," i.e. 168 2, 186 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Service and subjection rendered 169 2, 186 | things ~pertaining to the service of God; and since religious 170 2, 186 | themselves wholly to the divine service, their ~observance of the 171 2, 186 | our neighbor and in the service of God, but not in so far 172 2, 186 | soldiers for the sake of God's service.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 173 2, 186 | which is directed to the service of God is imposed as a ~ 174 2, 186 | good of our neighbor, the service of God, and ~the upkeep 175 2, 186 | is more pertinent to the service of God, to Whom no ~sacrifice 176 2, 186 | religious orders for military service, on account ~of the secular 177 2, 186 | whole life is devoted to the service of God, to seek for other ~ 178 2, 186 | are directed to military service, and yet this pertains to ~ 179 2, 186 | the purpose ~of military service aim more directly at shedding 180 2, 186 | himself wholly to God's service. ~The other two, however, 181 2, 186 | to devote oneself to the service ~of God. But if we consider 182 2, 187 | himself entirely to the divine service, as ~stated above (Q[186], 183 2, 187 | who exchanges a temporary service for the perpetual service 184 2, 187 | service for the perpetual service of ~religion is in no way 185 2, 187 | himself wholly to the divine service by entering ~religion, for 186 2, 187 | disciples ~to stoop to the service of children. We must therefore 187 2, 187 | slave cannot set aside the service of his master in order to 188 2, 187 | in such as ~belong to the service of God, and "we should more 189 2, 187 | bodily but also to spiritual service, and to the paying of deference. ~ 190 2, 187 | transferring himself to the service of ~God; which is most conducive 191 2, 187 | themselves to the divine service [*Cf. Q[184], A[5]], while ~ 192 2, 187 | should draw another to God's service.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 193 2, 187 | blameworthy to draw others to the service of God ~or to the religious 194 3, 38 | did not fail in His humble service to ~wash their feet."~Aquin.: 195 3, 41 | when thou comest to the service of God, ~stand in justice 196 3, 48 | by withdrawing from God's service, he, ~by God's just permission, 197 3, 63 | being deputed to a bodily service. Since, ~therefore, by the 198 3, 63 | are deputed to a spiritual service ~pertaining to the worship 199 3, 63 | being deputed to ~military service. Now the faithful are deputed 200 3, 63 | are ~assigned to military service, are marked with their leader' 201 3, 63 | accomplish worthily the service to which they are deputed. ~ 202 3, 63 | bodily mark" of military ~service. But the character of military 203 3, 63 | the character of military service is not repeated, but is ~" 204 3, 63 | character of the military service ~remains in the soldiers 205 Suppl, 13| spend all his time in the service of ~God. Now time once lost 206 Suppl, 23| if they ~have entered his service before his excommunication, 207 Suppl, 36| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the service of God in the sacraments 208 Suppl, 36| sacraments is no greater than ~service offered to Him in the body. 209 Suppl, 36| from rendering Him a bodily service (Lk. 7). ~Therefore neither 210 Suppl, 36| like be debarred from His service in the ~sacraments.~Aquin.: 211 Suppl, 36| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The service in point consisted only 212 Suppl, 36| different ~with the spiritual service to which the ordained are 213 Suppl, 37| are enlisted in the Divine service, wherefore the blessing 214 Suppl, 40| appointed to the Divine service ~acquire a royal dignity 215 Suppl, 47| there is a kind of perpetual service, ~as it were, a father cannot 216 Suppl, 47| for there is no bodily service in a ~spiritual marriage 217 Suppl, 52| master may demand of him a service which he will be ~unable 218 Suppl, 52| would be deprived of a service due to him without any fault 219 Suppl, 52| binds himself to the Divine ~service is more advantageous than 220 Suppl, 52| consent, he should ~omit the service commanded by his master 221 Suppl, 52| places in the way of the service commanded, and other like ~ 222 Suppl, 52| is bound to ~the Divine service for all time; whereas a 223 Suppl, 58| cannot "de facto" give his service freely, are impediments ~ 224 Suppl, 59| which concerns outward ~service, as stated above (Sent. 225 Suppl, 64| his master the debt of his service according ~to Rm. 13:7, " 226 Suppl, 64| his slave the duty ~of his service, as a wife is to ask the 227 Suppl, 64| by occupying him in some service. ~Therefore he might, of 228 Suppl, 64| intruded into the divine service against ~her conscience.~ 229 Suppl, 71| 11) Whether the burial service profits the departed?~(12) 230 Suppl, 71| he performs the ~burial service in church. And since one 231 Suppl, 71| 1/1~Whether the burial service profits the dead?~Aquin.: 232 Suppl, 71| would seem that the burial service profits the dead. For ~Damascene ( 233 Suppl, 71| like pertain to the burial service. Therefore the burial ~service 234 Suppl, 71| service. Therefore the burial ~service profits the dead.~Aquin.: 235 Suppl, 71| locality. Therefore the burial service profits ~the dead.~Aquin.: 236 Suppl, 71| we say that ~the burial service profits the good.~Aquin.: 237 Suppl, 71| pro Mort. iii): "Whatever ~service is done the body is no aid 238 Suppl, 71| consequently the burial service does not profit them.~Aquin.: 239 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 3: This labor and service of the creature, that Ambrose ~ 240 Suppl, 86| themselves wholly to the ~Divine service, and who have no notable 241 Suppl, 88| will not need the second service as to ~intellective knowledge, 242 Suppl, 88| another end, namely the service of man, which is ~shown 243 Suppl, 88| thy God ~created for the service of all the nations, that 244 Suppl, 88| heavenly bodies from the ~service of man, rather than from 245 Suppl, 88| But on account of this service the elements ~will be glorified. 246 Suppl, 93| i, 14]) "the freer the service, the more acceptable it ~ 247 Suppl, 93| been slain in Christ's service; thus it was stated ~above (


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