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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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poverty

    Part, Question
1 1, 37 | therefore, on account of the poverty of our vocabulary, we ~express 2 1, 37 | therefore, on account of the poverty of our vocabulary, we ~express 3 2, 42 | account of his ~previous poverty: while, on the other hand, 4 2, 42 | suddenly ~becomes poor, finds poverty all the more disagreeable. 5 2, 64 | be said of virginity and poverty as of ~magnanimity. For 6 2, 64 | all sexual matters, and poverty ~from all wealth, for a 7 2, 64 | their vows of virginity or poverty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[64] A[ 8 2, 69 | virtues nor gifts, e.g. poverty, mourning, and peace. ~Therefore 9 2, 69 | set down as the reward of ~poverty is the happiness of heaven, 10 2, 69 | said to be connected with poverty, while piety seems to ~correspond 11 2, 69 | the ~irascible passions: poverty and mourning to the gift 12 2, 69 | that a man is ~confirmed in poverty of spirit, meekness, and 13 2, 69 | Ambrose says on Lk. 6:20, "poverty corresponds to ~temperance, 14 2, 102 | doves ~was on account of the poverty of the offerers, who were 15 2, 102 | the Law had in view the ~poverty of the offerers; so that 16 2, 105 | brother, constrained by poverty, sell himself to ~thee, 17 2, 105 | permitted that through stress of poverty a ~man might sell his son 18 2, 105 | brother, ~constrained by poverty, sell himself to thee, thou 19 2, 108 | riches are renounced by poverty; carnal pleasures by ~perpetual 20 2, 108 | the counsel of perpetual poverty (Mt. 19:21), He ~begins 21 2, 18 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether poverty of spirit is the beatitude 22 2, 18 | OBJ 1: It would seem that poverty of spirit is not the beatitude ~ 23 2, 18 | explained above (A[7]): whereas poverty belongs to the ~perfection 24 2, 18 | to the poor." Therefore ~poverty of spirit does not correspond 25 2, 18 | rather than the beatitude of poverty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 26 2, 18 | gift of fear, rather than poverty of spirit.~Aquin.: SMT SS 27 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Poverty of spirit properly corresponds 28 2, 18 | case, ~this proceeds from poverty of spirit, in so far as 29 2, 18 | which the ~beatitude of poverty corresponds, is consistent 30 2, 18 | and so the beatitude of poverty corresponds to fear ~directly, 31 2, 22 | fire, in order to avoid poverty'" ~(Epis. lib, 1; Ep. i, 32 2, 50 | mercy." On the ~other hand poverty is not necessary for salvation, 33 2, 50 | Therefore the beatitude of ~poverty corresponds to the gift 34 2, 80 | Lam. 3:19, "Remember my poverty . . . the wormwood and the 35 2, 86 | so also are the vows of ~poverty and obedience. But it is 36 2, 86 | dispensed from the vows ~of poverty and obedience, as in the 37 2, 86 | absolved from ~his vow of poverty than from his vow of continency, 38 2, 99 | parents, both on the ~score of poverty, since they have nothing 39 2, 102 | take vows ~of chastity and poverty, so do they also vow obedience. 40 2, 102 | to observe chastity and poverty in all things. Therefore 41 2, 109 | lewdness, ~he makes a show of poverty and fills his purse." Therefore 42 2, 123 | die in order to ~escape poverty, lust, or something disagreeable 43 2, 123 | one should not fear poverty, nor sickness, nor anything 44 2, 142 | Hence a ~man is ashamed of poverty, disrepute, servitude, and 45 2, 143 | and evil, life and death ~[poverty and riches] are from God" [* 46 2, 143 | written (Ecclus. 11:14): ~"Poverty and riches [honestas] are 47 2, 145 | not excused, on account of poverty, from keeping the fasts ~ 48 2, 159 | which he understands by poverty of spirit, to the gift of 49 2, 183 | to follow that voluntary ~poverty is requisite for perfection. 50 2, 183 | essentially consist in voluntary poverty, but ~voluntary poverty 51 2, 183 | poverty, but ~voluntary poverty conduces instrumentally 52 2, 183 | that where there is greater poverty there is ~greater perfection; 53 2, 183 | apparently are they bound to poverty, ~since according to the 54 2, 183 | perfection, such as continence, poverty, and so forth, a ~religious, 55 2, 184 | counsels?~(3) Whether voluntary poverty is required for the religious 56 2, 184 | has exchanged riches for poverty in order to become perfect 57 2, 184 | instrumentally and dispositively, ~as poverty, continence, abstinence, 58 2, 184 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether poverty is required for religious 59 2, 184 | OBJ 1: It would seem that poverty is not required for religious ~ 60 2, 184 | burthened," i.e. ~"with poverty," according to a gloss. 61 2, 184 | it seems that voluntary poverty is not ~requisite for religious 62 2, 184 | has and embraces voluntary poverty exposes himself to ~danger - 63 2, 184 | being compelled by poverty, I should steal and forswear 64 2, 184 | and Ecclus. 27:1, "Through poverty many have sinned" - but 65 2, 184 | would seem that voluntary poverty is not ~requisite for the 66 2, 184 | renounces all by voluntary poverty seems to go to the extreme ~ 67 2, 184 | happiness." Therefore voluntary poverty is not requisite for religious ~ 68 2, 184 | remedy in ~repentance." Now poverty excludes almsgiving. Therefore 69 2, 184 | Therefore it would seem ~that poverty does not pertain to religious 70 2, 184 | outward things ~by voluntary poverty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 71 2, 184 | foundation is voluntary poverty, whereby a man lives without ~ 72 2, 184 | be burthened," i.e. with poverty)," he did not mean that ~" 73 2, 184 | spiritual danger ensues from poverty when the latter is not voluntary; ~ 74 2, 184 | those who embrace voluntary poverty, but ~it gathers strength 75 2, 184 | charity; and since voluntary poverty is an efficient exercise 76 2, 184 | continence, as well as voluntary poverty, is ~requisite for religious 77 2, 184 | condemned for equaling riches to poverty, so was Jovinian condemned 78 2, 184 | The perfection not only of poverty but also of continence ~ 79 2, 184 | to observe continence and poverty, would ~have been most careful 80 2, 184 | religious perfection that poverty, ~continence, and obedience 81 2, 184 | three aforesaid, namely poverty, continence, and obedience, ~ 82 2, 184 | perfection that ~one keep poverty, continence, and obedience 83 2, 184 | pleasing to God to keep ~poverty, continence, and obedience 84 2, 184 | been said (AA[3],4,5) that poverty, continence, and ~obedience 85 2, 184 | rather than the vows of poverty, continence, and ~obedience 86 2, 184 | religious, by the vow of poverty, renounce earthly riches, ~ 87 2, 184 | is removed by the vow of poverty; secondly, the concupiscence 88 2, 184 | removed from man by the vow of poverty; ~secondly, as regards the 89 2, 184 | by the vow of voluntary poverty: ~secondly, the good of 90 2, 184 | they are ~to be referred to poverty; for the safeguarding of 91 2, 184 | vows of continence and ~poverty; but for the ordering of 92 2, 184 | gave a special counsel of poverty; ~whereas He is not stated 93 2, 184 | obedience. ~Therefore the vow of poverty is greater than the vow 94 2, 184 | to be. Now the vows of poverty and continence "are so inseparable 95 2, 184 | is less than the vow of ~poverty and continence.~Aquin.: 96 2, 184 | offers ~God by the vow of poverty. Wherefore that which is 97 2, 184 | observe continence ~and poverty, yet these also come under 98 2, 184 | keeping of continence and poverty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 99 2, 184 | even by vow, voluntary poverty and continence, he would 100 2, 184 | perfection than the vow of poverty, because as Jerome, ~commenting 101 2, 184 | things aforesaid, namely poverty, ~continence, and obedience, 102 2, 184 | theft against the vow of poverty; and not merely against 103 2, 186 | the safeguarding of his poverty, held firmly to his ~opinion, 104 2, 186 | consists, essentially, not in poverty, but in following ~Christ, 105 2, 186 | have followed Thee,'" while poverty is like an instrument or 106 2, 186 | meditating on ~the Scriptures, poverty, and privation of all one' 107 2, 186 | of one's possessions, or poverty, is a means of ~perfection, 108 2, 186 | livelihood, if we consider poverty in relation to the ~common 109 2, 186 | God. But if we consider poverty in relation to the special 110 2, 186 | greater or lesser ~degree of poverty is adapted to that religious 111 2, 186 | more perfect in respect of poverty, according as it ~professes 112 2, 186 | according as it ~professes a poverty more adapted to its end. 113 2, 186 | perfect, according as the poverty they ~profess burdens them 114 2, 186 | of this kind to embrace a poverty that burdens one with ~the 115 2, 186 | Wherefore a threefold degree of poverty corresponds to ~the three 116 2, 186 | our Lord, the Founder of poverty, taught by His example. 117 2, 186 | Lord does not mean that poverty itself is perfection, but 118 2, 186 | continence ~excels the vow of poverty, and the vow of obedience 119 2, 186 | perfect, according as the poverty it professes is more perfect, 120 2, 186 | perfect, but ~according as its poverty is more adapted to the end 121 2, 186 | which exceeds others in ~poverty be more perfect in so far 122 2, 186 | forfeiting the security of his ~poverty, as the rich miser is careful 123 2, 186 | answer that, Solitude, like poverty, is not the essence of perfection, ~ 124 3, 37 | sakes, ~that through His poverty we [you] might be rich," 125 3, 40 | should have led a life of poverty in this world?~Aquin.: SMT 126 3, 40 | should not have led a life of poverty ~in this world. Because 127 3, 40 | mean ~between riches and poverty; for it is written (Prov. 128 3, 40 | have led a life, not of poverty, but of ~moderation.~Aquin.: 129 3, 40 | of life as to riches and ~poverty, and have avoided extreme 130 3, 40 | and have avoided extreme poverty.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 131 3, 40 | not have chosen a ~life of poverty.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 132 3, 40 | Christ to lead a life of poverty in ~this world. First, because 133 3, 40 | us, so did He bear bodily poverty, in ~order to enrich us 134 3, 40 | sakes that through His poverty we [Vulg.: 'you'] might 135 3, 40 | seemed by reason of His poverty, the ~greater might the 136 3, 40 | and perjury. But voluntary poverty is not open to this danger: 137 3, 40 | danger: and such ~was the poverty chosen by Christ.~Aquin.: 138 3, 40 | Christ, is poor willingly, poverty itself ~is a sign of very 139 3, 51 | Also the extent of the poverty endured for us can ~be thereby 140 Suppl, 86| corresponds to voluntary poverty?~(3) Whether the angels 141 Suppl, 86| corresponds to voluntary poverty?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 142 Suppl, 86| correspond to ~voluntary poverty. For it was promised to 143 Suppl, 86| power is due especially to poverty on three ~counts. First, 144 Suppl, 86| congruity, since voluntary poverty belongs to ~those who despise 145 Suppl, 86| exalted. Thirdly, ~because poverty disposes a man to the aforesaid 146 Suppl, 86| first place is given to poverty. Thus judicial power ~corresponds 147 Suppl, 86| judicial power ~corresponds to poverty, in so far as this is the 148 Suppl, 86| heart in the same degree as poverty ~does: even so, on the other 149 Suppl, 86| 14). Or we may reply that poverty does ~not suffice alone 150 Suppl, 86| perfection which follow after poverty we may ~reckon both virginity 151 Suppl, 86| they do not rank as high as poverty, since the beginning of 152 Suppl, 93| Therefore an aureole is ~due to poverty.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 153 Suppl, 93| 2~Reply OBJ 2: Although poverty is a work of perfection, 154 Suppl, 93| an aureole is not due to poverty; ~but judicial power by 155 Suppl, 93| humiliation consequent upon poverty. ~The gloss quoted takes


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