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possessing 49
possession 160
possessions 91
possessor 26
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91 draw
91 endowed
91 ordinary
91 possessions
91 tm
91 transmitted
91 uncreated
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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possessions

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | martyrdom, or to renounce his ~possessions, or to undertake any arduous 2 1, 63 | immoderate greed of temporal possessions which serve the use of human 3 1, 43 | martyrdom, or to renounce his ~possessions, or to undertake any arduous 4 1, 64 | immoderate greed of temporal possessions which serve the use of human 5 1, 97 | present state a division of possessions is necessary ~on account 6 2, 73 | will, for instance his ~possessions, is less sinful than if 7 2, 89 | his children or of his ~possessions insinuates itself into his 8 2, 94 | wit, the distinction of possessions ~and slavery were not brought 9 2, 100 | adultery": sometimes in ~his possessions, which are directed to both 10 2, 105 | wherefore they had ~their own possessions, from which to derive a 11 2, 105 | 2/4~But with regard to possessions, it is a very good thing, 12 2, 105 | in the first place, the possessions themselves were ~divided 13 2, 105 | regulations in the matter of possessions, as the Philosopher observes ~( 14 2, 105 | against the ~regularity of possessions. The first was that they 15 2, 105 | second remedy was that ~possessions could not be alienated for 16 2, 105 | as to avoid confusion of ~possessions (cf. ad 3). The third remedy 17 2, 105 | avoid ~confusion of tribal possessions, as stated in Num. 36:7, 18 2, 105 | 4), the regulation of ~possessions conduces much to the preservation 19 2, 105 | that anyone should sell his possessions, except ~to avoid a manifest 20 2, 105 | a manifest loss." For if possessions were to be sold ~indiscriminately, 21 2, 105 | by ~allowing the sale of possessions to avail for a certain period, 22 2, 105 | prescribing the return of those ~possessions after that period had elapsed. 23 2, 105 | to ~prevent confusion of possessions, and to ensure the continuance 24 2, 105 | cultivation and care of possessions; wherefore the Law ~rightly 25 2, 10 | she can dispose of ~their possessions, even as secular princes 26 2, 11 | life of the body, worldly possessions, good ~repute, ecclesiastical 27 2, 30 | then he gives away all his possessions for Christ's sake, and does 28 2, 60 | whom it is made, since all ~possessions come under the head of the 29 2, 62 | connected with him, or in his possessions.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] Out. 30 2, 64 | because the ~division of possessions is not according to the 31 2, 64 | Hence the ownership of possessions is not contrary to ~the 32 2, 70 | honor no ~less than his possessions. If, on the other hand, 33 2, 84 | should be supported from ~the possessions of the Church: for our Lord 34 2, 85 | divine ministry and ~had no possessions whence to derive a livelihood: 35 2, 85 | other tribes had certain possessions ~wherewith they were able 36 2, 85 | the ~Levites who had no possessions, but were not forbidden 37 2, 85 | and ~many of them have no possessions, but live by trade, and 38 2, 85 | portion in the people's possessions, according to Num. 18:23, 39 2, 85 | Testament the clergy have possessions not only ecclesiastical, ~ 40 2, 93 | distribution of earthly possessions.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 41 2, 96 | safeguard ~their life and possessions, we have no other mind than 42 2, 98 | slave or any other of his ~possessions." But unbelief, like faith, 43 2, 98 | his ~sin. For although the possessions of the Church belong to 44 2, 108 | neighbor, ~in his person, his possessions or his good name, and this 45 2, 115 | act of giving away one's ~possessions liberally, in so far as 46 2, 115 | assist to rob others of their possessions, your ~honesty is not to 47 2, 115 | because in olden times ~men's possessions consisted entirely of 'pecora' [ 48 2, 115 | are the fruits of his own ~possessions, for he is careful about 49 2, 116 | immoderate love of having possessions, which ~are comprised under 50 2, 116 | employed in connection with possessions whereof we are absolute 51 2, 116 | forbidden ~to covet another's possessions it is also forbidden to 52 2, 116 | obtained by means of those possessions.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 53 2, 117 | those who give all ~their possessions with the intention of following 54 2, 121 | more excellent than his ~possessions. But fortitude is about 55 2, 130 | insensibly of all our inward possessions." ~Therefore vainglory is 56 2, 182 | 1: Renunciation of one's possessions may be considered in two ~ 57 2, 182 | without renunciation of one's possessions, and the ~same applies to 58 2, 183 | he have gold and silver, possessions, and chattels of ~all kinds, 59 2, 183 | ordination to live without possessions of ~their own; nor indeed 60 2, 183 | not bound to live without possessions of their ~own.~Aquin.: SMT 61 2, 183 | their parents and their own possessions, if they take what belongs 62 2, 184 | oneself wholly, and one's possessions to the ~worship of God belongs 63 2, 184 | He who renounces all his possessions for Christ's sake ~exposes 64 2, 184 | Christ, ~renounce all their possessions and entrust themselves to 65 2, 184 | to throw ~away all one's possessions through intemperance, or 66 2, 184 | retain the ~use of their possessions, and dole out the fruits 67 2, 184 | out the fruits of their possessions to ~the poor, it is not 68 2, 184 | themselves wholly and their possessions to God, as ~stated above ( 69 2, 184 | man vows to God all his ~possessions, all his life, all his knowledge, 70 2, 184 | man offers himself and his possessions wholly to ~God; and in corresponding 71 2, 184 | give themselves and their possessions to God ~and reserve part 72 2, 185 | for all renounced all your possessions for the Lord's sake, ~you 73 2, 185 | their parents and ~their own possessions, if they take what belongs 74 2, 185 | or to give up all one's possessions for ~Christ's sake, and 75 2, 185 | having ~renounced all his possessions for Christ's sake he rejoiced 76 2, 186 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, possessions held in common belong in 77 2, 186 | that he should accept ~the possessions offered to him for the use 78 2, 186 | A monk who seeks earthly possessions is no monk at all": ~and 79 2, 186 | all": ~and this refers to possessions held in common, and which 80 2, 186 | and privation of all one's possessions are not ~perfection, but 81 2, 186 | Now the privation of one's possessions, or poverty, is a means 82 2, 186 | refused to accept the offer of possessions, because ~he feared lest 83 2, 187 | should renounce all his possessions." Yet it happens ~sometimes 84 2, 187 | the renunciation of one's possessions is the ~wherewithal to build 85 3, 49 | first injured him in his possessions, and afterwards in his body. ~ 86 Suppl, 14| makes friends hold their possessions in common. Therefore, no 87 Suppl, 39| Otherwise if the slave has possessions of his own, he is bound 88 Suppl, 55| husband's kindred inherit his possessions after his ~death. Therefore 89 Suppl, 55| Reply OBJ 2: The husband's possessions do not become one with him 90 Suppl, 68| that "Abraham gave all his ~possessions to Isaac, and that to the 91 Suppl, 92| he should out of his own possessions ~give a dowry to the virgin


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