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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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rich

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1 1, 77 | for it was said to the rich glutton whose soul was in ~ 2 1, 76 | for it was said to the rich glutton whose soul was in ~ 3 1, 88 | we see in the case of the rich man in hell, who saw Lazarus 4 1, 88 | 1/1~On the contrary, The rich man in hell said: "I have 5 1, 106 | contrary, It is said that the rich man in hell spoke to Abraham, ~ 6 2, 30 | riches, may desire to be rich, ~not up to a certain limit, 7 2, 30 | limit, but to be simply as rich as possible.~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 42 | on the other hand, the rich man who suddenly ~becomes 9 2, 47 | Rhet. ii, 2) that "the rich man ~is angry with the poor 10 2, 73 | inflict ~an injury on a rich and powerful person than 11 2, 84 | because they "will ~become rich, fall into temptation, and 12 2, 95 | i.e. government ~by a few rich and powerful men; and then 13 2, 102 | composed of matter, both rich and fragrant. And since 14 2, 104 | which is ~government by the rich, as the Philosopher shows ( 15 2, 105 | the rulers were not very rich, and if their office involved 16 2, 105 | Tim. 6:18) commands the rich "to give easily and to ~ 17 2, 105 | for hire, are wont to be rich: nor are they in ~such need 18 2, 112 | sudden to ~make the poor man rich." Now it sometimes happens 19 2, 13 | sudden to make a ~poor man rich" (Ecclus. 11:23). Therefore, 20 2, 19 | despair of ever becoming rich.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 21 2, 30 | not thy neighbors who are rich, lest ~perhaps they also 22 2, 30 | them unequally? Why are you rich while ~another is poor, 23 2, 31 | temporal ~matters, i.e. to the rich. Therefore fraternal correction 24 2, 31 | corporal ~assistance is rich in this respect, so he whose 25 2, 45 | would rather be poor in a rich empire than rich in a ~poor 26 2, 45 | poor in a rich empire than rich in a ~poor empire." Secondly, 27 2, 61 | professorship, because he is rich or because he is a relative 28 2, 61 | to give preference to a rich man rather than to a poor ~ 29 2, 61 | readily granted to the rich and powerful than to others. 30 2, 61 | tolerate the promotion of a ~rich man to a position of honor 31 2, 61 | of persons to ~honor the rich for their riches, for Gregory 32 2, 61 | says: "Whoever honors the rich ~for their riches, sins," 33 2, 61 | spotless life ~is old age." The rich ought to be honored by reason 34 2, 64 | expounding the words of the rich man (Lk. ~12:18), "I will 35 2, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The rich man is reproved for deeming 36 2, 64 | expounding the words of the rich man quoted ~above (A[1], 37 2, 64 | 1], OBJ[2]), says: "The rich who deem as their own property 38 2, 64 | 6:17,18): ~"Charge the rich of this world . . . to give 39 2, 64 | going. In like manner a rich man does not ~act unlawfully 40 2, 64 | xii, 18): "Why are you rich while another is ~poor, 41 2, 69 | nor thy neighbors who are rich: lest ~perhaps they also 42 2, 86 | exactor, for he does not grow rich on our payments, but makes 43 2, 86 | those who ~pay Him grow rich in Him." And just as what 44 2, 104 | than a great gift is to a rich ~man. And since actions 45 2, 115 | heart that makes a gift rich or poor, and gives ~things 46 2, 117 | Tim. 6:17,18): "Charge the rich of ~this world . . . to 47 2, 117 | They that will become rich," etc. In this sense covetousness 48 2, 117 | 2: The Apostle bids the rich to be ready to give and ~ 49 2, 130 | strength, and let not the ~rich man glory in his riches. 50 2, 130 | glory due to a virtuous or rich man.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] 51 2, 132 | OBJ 4: Further, only the rich are capable of great expenditure. 52 2, 146 | immoderate ~speech, that rich man who is stated to have 53 2, 167 | say so expressly that the rich man who was tortured in 54 2, 180 | better to be wise than to be ~rich, yet for one who is in need, 55 2, 180 | need, it is better to be rich . . ."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 56 2, 181 | instance ~that a man be rich or poor, of high or low 57 2, 183 | For who would suffer a rich man to be ~chosen for the 58 2, 183 | is stated to have been rich (Gn. 13:2).~Aquin.: SMT 59 2, 183 | as to wish to make them rich with what you ~can give 60 2, 184 | 31:8): ~"Blessed is the rich man that is found without 61 2, 184 | They that ~will become rich, fall into temptation and 62 2, 184 | said ~(Mt. 19:23) that "a rich man shall hardly enter into 63 2, 184 | of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the ~kingdom 64 2, 184 | not said simply that the "rich man" is ~blessed, but "the 65 2, 184 | man" is ~blessed, but "the rich man that is found without 66 2, 184 | attain to perfection though rich and ~married; as neither 67 2, 185 | let them eat. For if the rich ~humble themselves to piety, 68 2, 185 | beg, but it forbids the rich to be so stingy that some 69 2, 186 | Cor. 1:5): "You are made rich . . . in all utterance and 70 2, 186 | had not while serving the rich devil; the Church ~rejects 71 2, 186 | rejects them now that they are rich, who in the world were beggars." 72 2, 186 | It is impossible for a rich man to ~enter the kingdom 73 2, 186 | of his ~poverty, as the rich miser is careful of his 74 2, 187 | sell all thou hast,' the rich man began to scratch his ~ 75 2, 187 | neighbor as thyself, and to be rich, especially ~to have such 76 3, 1 | 2:4,5: "But God (Who is rich in mercy), for His exceeding 77 3, 23 | God Himself is happy and rich in ~Himself - that is, in 78 3, 23 | is that which makes him rich. Wherefore, inasmuch as 79 3, 37 | so the Lord, who, 'being rich, became poor for our [Vulg.: ' 80 3, 37 | poverty we [you] might be rich," as is written 2 Cor. ~ 81 3, 40 | most commendable in the rich; thus it ~is written (1 82 3, 40 | Tim. 6:11): "Charge the rich of this world not to be ~ 83 3, 40 | Vulg.: 'you'] might be rich."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 84 3, 40 | Thirdly, lest if He were rich His preaching might be ascribed 85 3, 40 | life from those who are rich. This is what happened in ~ 86 3, 43 | Tract. lxxii). Did not ~that rich man go away from His presence 87 3, 46 | Eph. 2:4): "God, who is rich in mercy, for His exceeding 88 3, 52 | sudden to make the ~poor man rich." Consequently He does not 89 3, 52 | refreshed them, which that rich man prayed for." But only ~ 90 3, 59 | 22) it is said that "the ~rich man died and was buried 91 3, 86 | and merciful, patient, and rich ~in mercy, and ready to 92 3, 87 | Eph. 2:4,5): "God, Who is rich in mercy, for His exceeding ~ 93 3, 89 | Evang.) that "unless ~that rich man had done some good deed, 94 Suppl, 25| full indulgence, not so a rich ~man, whom it would not 95 Suppl, 69| from Lk. 16:22, "And the rich man ~died, and he was buried 96 Suppl, 70| wherefore it is said to the rich glutton ~(Lk. 16:25): "Remember 97 Suppl, 70| Since Truth declares the rich sinner to be condemned to 98 Suppl, 71| suffrages given them as the ~rich. Therefore if the suffrages 99 Suppl, 71| candle which is lit for a rich man ~and profits those who 100 Suppl, 71| with him no less than the rich man himself, and ~perhaps 101 Suppl, 71| OBJ 3: Nothing hinders the rich from being in some respects 102 Suppl, 71| one, when ~he says that a rich man derives from general, 103 Suppl, 95| said (Lk. 16:27, 28) of the rich man ~that he prayed for 104 Suppl, 95| saved. For this reason the rich ~man prayed that his brethren 105 Suppl, 95| contrary, It is said to the rich man who was damned (Lk. 106 Suppl, 95| stated (Lk. 16:23) that the rich man in the midst ~of his


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