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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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apparel

   Part, Question
1 2, 77 | perception; such are money, apparel, and the like; and this ~ 2 2, 102| not be clothed with ~man's apparel, neither shall a man use 3 2, 102| shall a man use woman's apparel": and further on ~(Dt. 22: 4 2, 102| to be clothed with man's apparel, or ~vice versa, for two 5 2, 103| that the priests and their apparel were consecrated by the 6 2, 103| their sons, and of their ~apparel or of anything else belonging 7 2, 104| observances in matter of food and apparel, ~of which we have already 8 2, 97 | things connected with ~the apparel of the Church and its ministers; 9 2, 129| having a golden ring, in fine apparel . . . and you . . . shall 10 2, 147| Women . . . in decent apparel, adorning themselves with 11 2, 147| appertaining to external apparel. ~Therefore drink is not 12 2, 164| also refer to elegance of ~apparel and other such things, which 13 2, 167| OF MODESTY IN THE OUTWARD APPAREL (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 14 2, 167| connected with the outward apparel, and ~under this head there 15 2, 167| connection with outward ~apparel?~(2) Whether women sin mortally 16 2, 167| connection with outward apparel?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[169] A[ 17 2, 167| connection ~with outward apparel. For outward adornment does 18 2, 167| observed in the outward apparel; for Ambrose says (De Offic. ~ 19 2, 167| with costly and ~dazzling apparel, but with ordinary clothes, 20 2, 167| forsooth, seeks costly ~apparel" (such, namely, as exceeds 21 2, 167| his attention to ~outward apparel.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[169] A[ 22 2, 167| trouble to the use of outward apparel. Wherefore the Philosopher 23 2, 167| are attired in more costly apparel than others, ~not for the 24 2, 167| Reply OBJ 3: This outward apparel is an indication of man' 25 2, 167| gold, ~or the putting on of apparel." Wherefore a gloss of Cyprian 26 2, 167| not be ~clothed with man's apparel, neither shall a man use 27 2, 167| shall a man use woman's apparel." ~Therefore it seems that 28 2, 167| A[1]) concerning outward apparel, and ~also something special, 29 2, 167| special, namely that a woman's apparel may incite men to ~lust, 30 2, 167| ornate [Douay: 'decent'] apparel, adorning themselves ~with 31 2, 167| foregoing Article, outward apparel should ~be consistent with 32 2, 185| equally with glittering apparel. Fine and coarse clothes 33 2, 185| wear coarse and religious ~apparel they must be reproved. For 34 2, 185| about in common and coarse apparel."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] 35 2, 185| that ~coarse and homely apparel may be considered in two 36 2, 185| penitents make use of coarse apparel, for example, the king ( 37 2, 185| so is it humbled by lowly apparel. Hence ~speaking of Achab 38 2, 185| praiseworthy to wear humble ~apparel, but in the third way it


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