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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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needy

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1 2, 103 | them (Gal. 4:9) "weak and needy ~elements": weak indeed, 2 2, 103 | results from their being needy, i.e. from the fact that 3 2, 28 | whether we give to the needy or forgive the ~repentant." 4 2, 30 | something is given to the needy, out of compassion and for 5 2, 30 | alms, is ~by nature more needy than the spirit which is 6 2, 30 | is to be commended if the needy one is comforted ~by it: 7 2, 30 | sometimes more welcome to a needy man than a spiritual alms. 8 2, 30 | observes (Topic. iii, 2), for a needy man "money is better than ~ 9 2, 30 | equal, but if he who is less needy is better, and is in want ~ 10 2, 30 | to rot, the money of the needy ~that you have buried underground: 11 2, 30 | being freed from care, to be needy with Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 38 | the poor: and deliver ~the needy out of the hand of the sinner"; 13 2, 56 | the act ~of succoring the needy. Now in succoring the needy 14 2, 56 | needy. Now in succoring the needy we give them what is ~not 15 2, 56 | Wherefore to succor the needy, ~which belongs to mercy 16 2, 61 | respect of the person of the ~needy. Therefore in judicial sentences 17 2, 61 | one ought to succor the needy as ~far as possible, yet 18 2, 64 | to refuse to ~succor the needy when you can and are well 19 2, 68 | the poor, ~and deliver the needy from the hand of the sinner"; 20 2, 69 | always bound ~to feed the needy. Therefore neither is an 21 2, 69 | throughout the world for the needy that one may succor them; 22 2, 75 | for the ~assistance of the needy: or again, a man may take 23 2, 79 | usefulness ~to him, the more needy the man the more praiseworthy 24 2, 86 | He is a kind and not a needy ~exactor, for he does not 25 2, 92 | you again to ~the weak and needy elements?" says: "The observance 26 2, 116 | that thou hoardest, the needy man's money ~that thou possessest, 27 2, 116 | softened by mercy to assist the needy with his ~riches [*See Q[ 28 2, 184 | that those who ~assist "the needy with the things they possess, 29 2, 185 | working, and gave it to the needy when they were converted 30 2, 185 | bestowed his ~goods on his needy brethren; for all Christians 31 2, 185 | have for the support of the needy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 32 2, 185 | written (Ps. 69:6): "I am needy and poor"; where a gloss 33 2, 185 | where a gloss says: ~"'Needy,' that is a suppliant; ' 34 2, 185 | not only poor, but are so needy that they have to receive ~ 35 2, 186 | the poor, and deliver the needy out of the hand of the sinner."~ 36 3, 35 | it down; the steps of the needy," i.e. of the ~apostles 37 3, 61 | of the Old Law "weak and ~needy elements" (Gal. 4:9) because 38 3, 62 | you again to the weak ~and needy elements?" i.e. "to the 39 Suppl, 72| glory that they assist the needy ~for their salvation: for


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