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widow 30
widowhood 17
widows 35
wield 2
wields 2
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35 sphere
35 straight
35 univocally
35 widows
35 worshiped
34 abiding
34 adheres
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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widows

   Part, Question
1 2, 63 | injuries to ~orphans and widows: hence it is written (Ecclus. 2 2, 63 | OBJ 2: Injuries done to widows and orphans are more insisted 3 2, 79 | visit the fatherless and widows in their tribulation, ~and 4 2, 79 | visit the ~fatherless and widows" indicates an order between 5 2, 79 | visit the fatherless and widows in their ~tribulation" is 6 2, 101 | exposition of 1 Tim. 5:3, "Honor widows ~that are widows indeed," 7 2, 101 | Honor widows ~that are widows indeed," and (1 Tim. 5:17), " 8 2, 150 | sublime" in comparison with widows and married ~women.~Aquin.: 9 2, 152 | abhor ~abductors whether of widows or of virgins on account 10 2, 167 | that not only ~virgins and widows, but also wives and all 11 2, 183 | any of the faithful have widows, let him ~minister to them, 12 2, 183 | sufficient for them that are widows indeed." Much more therefore 13 2, 184 | where the ~Apostle says that widows who "will marry have [Vulg.: ' 14 2, 185 | visit the ~fatherless and widows in their tribulation," which 15 2, 185 | fatherless, orphans, or widows, or when the bishop of the ~ 16 2, 185 | Tim. 5:16) forbids those widows who have other means of ~ 17 2, 185 | sufficient for them that are widows indeed." And Jerome says 18 2, 186 | visit the fatherless and ~widows in their tribulation." Now 19 2, 186 | visit the fatherless and widows in their tribulation," ~ 20 2, 186 | defense of the poor and widows. ~Wherefore it is said in 21 2, 186 | the ~fatherless . . . and widows." Likewise to be a soldier 22 2, 187 | youth and every age, grave widows and ~aged virgins . . . 23 3, 36 | and married people or to widows, such ~as Simeon and Anna.~ 24 Suppl, 63| that the ~younger," namely widows, "should marry, bear children." 25 Suppl, 93| fruit of the married, of ~widows, and of virgins. Therefore 26 Suppl, 93| reward assigned ~to virgins, widows, and married persons is 27 Suppl, 93| signifies the burden which ~widows have to bear in this world. 28 Suppl, 93| is ~the spirituality of widows. Accordingly to those who 29 Suppl, 93| keep the ~continence of widows, the sixtyfold fruit; and 30 Suppl, 93| greater reward is ~due. Now widows have greater difficulty 31 Suppl, 93| is speaking in ~praise of widows. Moreover, the Philosopher 32 Suppl, 93| greatest reward is due to widows more than to virgins.~Aquin.: 33 Suppl, 93| and in other respects, widows, other things being ~equal. 34 Suppl, 93| pleasure. In these respects widows experience the ~lesser conflict, 35 Suppl, 93| the purpose of remaining widows, even though they do not ~


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