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solemnly 9
solent 1
solers 2
solicitous 57
solicitously 1
solicits 1
solicitude 100
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57 resemblance
57 risen
57 silver
57 solicitous
57 thess
57 unsuitable
57 valid
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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solicitous

   Part, Question
1 2, 14 | affection - thus a ~man is solicitous about what concerns his 2 2, 108 | anxiety; namely, by being solicitous now, for the needs, not ~ 3 2, 108 | Mt. 6:34): "Be ~not . . . solicitous for tomorrow."~Aquin.: SMT 4 2, 30 | a servant to art be most solicitous to share his skill and profit ~ 5 2, 31 | faithful should be most solicitous ~for those who perish, so 6 2, 41 | which binds each one to be ~solicitous for his neighbor's spiritual 7 2, 45 | says (Etym. x) that "a ~solicitous man is a restless man." 8 2, 45 | lost three days ago, be not solicitous, because they ~are found." 9 2, 45 | x), a man is said to be ~solicitous through being shrewd [solers] 10 2, 45 | leisurely" not ~because he is solicitous about nothing, but because 11 2, 47 | Isidore says (Etym. x): "A solicitous man is one who is ~shrewd 12 2, 52 | diligimus] a thing the more solicitous are we about it. ~Hence 13 2, 53 | Whether it is lawful to be solicitous about temporal matters?~ 14 2, 53 | would seem lawful to be solicitous about temporal matters. ~ 15 2, 53 | Because a superior should be solicitous for his subjects, according 16 2, 53 | Therefore man should be ~solicitous about temporal things.~Aquin.: 17 2, 53 | 2: Further, everyone is solicitous about the end for which 18 2, 53 | Therefore it is lawful to be ~solicitous about temporal things.~Aquin.: 19 2, 53 | instance, when a man is solicitous to watch over the ~interests 20 2, 53 | said (Mt. 6:31): "Be not solicitous . . . ~saying, What shall 21 2, 53 | When Our Lord said: 'Be not solicitous,' etc. . . . He intended ~ 22 2, 53 | of which the gentiles are solicitous in ~seeking temporal goods 23 2, 53 | concludes that ~we should be solicitous most of all about spiritual 24 2, 53 | end in them and be over ~solicitous about them.~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 53 | says on Mt. 6:31, "Be ~not solicitous," that "labor is necessary, 26 2, 53 | 1/1~Whether we should be solicitous about the future?~Aquin.: 27 2, 53 | would seem that we should be solicitous about the future. For ~it 28 2, 53 | harvest." Now this is to be solicitous about the future. Therefore ~ 29 2, 53 | Therefore it is virtuous to ~be solicitous about the future.~Aquin.: 30 2, 53 | keep it for the ~morrow, is solicitous about the future. Now we 31 2, 53 | Therefore it is lawful to be solicitous about the ~future.~Aquin.: 32 2, 53 | Mt. 6:34): "Be not . . . solicitous for ~tomorrow"; where "tomorrow" 33 2, 53 | Accordingly if a man were solicitous about the vintage during ~ 34 2, 53 | saying: "Be . . . not solicitous for tomorrow," wherefore 35 2, 53 | for ~the morrow will be solicitous for itself," that is to 36 2, 53 | Reply OBJ 1: The ant is solicitous at a befitting time, and 37 2, 53 | must not judge him to be solicitous for the morrow, since even 38 2, 81 | save for that which he is solicitous about. ~Now we ought not 39 2, 81 | saying of Mt. 6:25, "Be not solicitous for your life, what you 40 2, 81 | the body and having to be ~solicitous for themselves, can pray 41 2, 85 | Church ought to be more solicitous for ~the increase of spiritual 42 2, 86 | that is with a wife, is solicitous ~for the things of the world, 43 2, 106 | whereby one man is bound to be solicitous for another, lest he sin; 44 2, 117 | Mt. 6:34), "Be not . . . ~solicitous for tomorrow," and (Mt. 45 2, 150 | belong to ~the Lord, however solicitous she be about them, if perchance 46 2, 167 | Thirdly, ~when a man is too solicitous [*Cf. Q[55], A[6]] in his 47 2, 183 | Mt. 6:34): "Be . . . not solicitous for the morrow."~Aquin.: 48 2, 184 | that is without a ~wife is solicitous for the things that belong 49 2, 184 | he that is with a wife is solicitous for the things of ~the world, 50 2, 185 | saying (Mt. 6:25): "Be not solicitous for your ~life, what you 51 2, 186 | saying: "Be ~not . . . solicitous for tomorrow." Therefore 52 2, 186 | the monastery, he being ~solicitous for the safeguarding of 53 2, 186 | commenting on Mt. 6:25, "Be ~not solicitous for your life, what you 54 2, 186 | words (Mt. 6:34), "Be not solicitous for ~tomorrow," do not mean 55 2, 186 | saying of our Lord, 'Be not solicitous for ~tomorrow,' means that 56 2, 186 | Accordingly the saying: "Be not solicitous for tomorrow," according 57 Suppl, 72| others, while they are still solicitous for ~themselves, how much


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