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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 20 | are a greater gift to a poor man than to a king.~Aquin.: 2 1, 49 | it burnt the house of a poor ~man. The judgment, however, 3 1, 50 | it burnt the house of a poor ~man. The judgment, however, 4 2, 18 | to give something to the poor. Therefore an action is 5 2, 20 | a man ~give an alms to a poor man who makes bad use of 6 2, 24 | violating ~right, as when the poor are relieved, or the penitent 7 2, 27 | man loves health, and a poor man loves riches. But in 8 2, 42 | man who suddenly ~becomes poor, finds poverty all the more 9 2, 47 | instance, the sick, ~the poor, and those who are disappointed." 10 2, 47 | rich man ~is angry with the poor man, if the latter despise 11 2, 59 | violating right, as when the poor are relieved, or ~the penitent 12 2, 61 | words, "Blessed are the poor ~in spirit" (Lk. 6:20) says: " 13 2, 64 | and to give all to the poor is the most perfect mercy ~ 14 2, 65 | Ethic. iv, 2,3) that "a poor man ~cannot be magnificent," 15 2, 69 | beatitude is: ~"Blessed are the poor in spirit," which may refer 16 2, 69 | but . . . call the poor, the maimed," etc.; which, 17 2, 69 | with works of ~mercy to the poor." It is thus that Augustine 18 2, 69 | saying: ~"Blessed are ye poor." The second is that man 19 2, 69 | kingdom of heaven to the poor in spirit. Again, cruel ~ 20 2, 69 | heaven is promised to the poor in spirit, as ~regards the 21 2, 73 | powerful person than on a poor man, since "there ~is no 22 2, 77 | greater pity ~to help a poor man. Therefore an evil passion 23 2, 96 | injustice; to oppress the poor in judgment, ~and do violence 24 2, 100 | all my ~goods to feed the poor, and if I should deliver 25 2, 102 | signifies those who oppress the ~poor. The kite, which is full 26 2, 102 | the strong to prey on the poor. The screech-owl, which ~ 27 2, 105 | specially, ~with respect to the poor, it was prescribed that 28 2, 105 | any of ~my people that is poor that dwelleth with thee, 29 2, 105 | their labor for hire, are poor men who ~toil for their 30 2, 108 | anyone ~gives an alms to a poor man, not being bound so 31 2, 112 | on a sudden to ~make the poor man rich." Now it sometimes 32 2, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The poor who receive alms are said 33 2, 114 | mercy, exercised towards the poor, we ~merit to be received 34 2, 13 | God on a sudden to make a ~poor man rich" (Ecclus. 11:23). 35 2, 18 | thou hast, and give to the poor." Therefore ~poverty of 36 2, 18 | is said: Blessed are the ~poor in spirit."~Aquin.: SMT 37 2, 20 | Judith 9:17): "Hear me a poor wretch ~making supplication 38 2, 22 | distribute ~all my goods to the poor, and if I should deliver 39 2, 29 | makest a feast, call the poor, the ~maimed," etc.~Aquin.: 40 2, 30 | all my goods to feed the poor . . . and have not charity, 41 2, 30 | needs someone to lean on, a poor man needs riches. Therefore ~ 42 2, 30 | with him the cause of the poor." Therefore ~the aforesaid 43 2, 30 | with which we relieve the ~poor is sought merely for the 44 2, 30 | alms in the heart of the poor, and it shall ~obtain help 45 2, 30 | you rich while ~another is poor, unless it be that you may 46 2, 30 | thou hast, and give to the poor." Now he that gives all 47 2, 30 | gives all he ~has to the poor, gives not only what he 48 2, 30 | not to hear ~you with the poor whom you rob . . . Give 49 2, 30 | and give thereof to the poor, thinking that they are 50 2, 30 | consent, and then succor ~the poor man who is in extreme necessity.~ 51 2, 30 | give one's property to the poor little ~by little, but it 52 2, 30 | distribute . . . to feed the poor," on which words a gloss ~ 53 2, 30 | slew his oxen and fed ~the poor with what he had, so that 54 2, 38 | Ps. 81:4): "Rescue the poor: and deliver ~the needy 55 2, 38 | far as they protect ~the poor and the entire common weal 56 2, 45 | that "they would rather be poor in a rich empire than rich 57 2, 45 | rich empire than rich in a ~poor empire." Secondly, because, 58 2, 53 | interests of orphans and poor persons. Therefore solicitude 59 2, 60 | my ~goods I give to the poor."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 60 2, 61 | rich man rather than to a poor ~man seems to pertain to 61 2, 61 | Church, to the exclusion of a poor ~man more learned and holier?" [* 62 2, 61 | Neither shalt thou favor a poor man in judgment."~ 63 2, 64 | you rich while another is ~poor, unless it be that you may 64 2, 64 | purpose of succoring the poor. For this reason ~Ambrose [* 65 2, 64 | earth is the price of the poor man's ransom and ~freedom."~ 66 2, 65 | But He shall ~judge the poor with justice, and shall 67 2, 68 | Ps. 81:4): "Rescue the poor, ~and deliver the needy 68 2, 68 | condition, as in the case of poor people, slaves, and those ~ 69 2, 69 | defend the suits of the poor?~(2) Whether certain persons 70 2, 69 | defend the suits of the poor?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 71 2, 69 | defend the suits of ~the poor. For it is written (Ex. 72 2, 69 | less a danger threatens the poor man whose ~suit is being 73 2, 69 | defend the suits of the ~poor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 74 2, 69 | plead the cause of ~the poor: for the slightest gift 75 2, 69 | bound to plead for the poor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 76 2, 69 | need when the suit of a ~poor man is being prejudiced. 77 2, 69 | advocate is bound to defend the poor man's suit.~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 69 | defend the suits of the poor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 79 2, 69 | that, Since defense of the poor man's suit belongs to the 80 2, 69 | defend the ~suits of the poor, but only when the aforesaid 81 2, 69 | in defending the suits of poor people. The same applies 82 2, 69 | mercifully pleads the cause of a poor ~man, should have in view 83 2, 75 | a cleric who from being poor has become wealthy, or who, 84 2, 76 | any ~of thy people that is poor, that dwelleth with thee, 85 2, 81 | heard the desire of the poor." ~Therefore prayer is desire. 86 2, 81 | to hear the desire of the poor, either ~because desire 87 2, 81 | since no sooner do the poor desire something than God 88 2, 81 | whereby blessed are the poor in spirit, let us ask that 89 2, 84 | whatever is given to the poor is called a ~"victim in 90 2, 84 | are oblations due to the poor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 91 2, 84 | partly for ~the good of the poor, who, as far as possible, 92 2, 84 | purse for the use of ~the poor, as Jerome observes on Mt. 93 2, 84 | Whatever is given to the poor is not a sacrifice properly ~ 94 2, 84 | fall to the use of the ~poor, not by the dispensation 95 2, 84 | three ~counts. First, as poor, either by the dispensation 96 2, 85 | they had to eat ~with the poor, is increased in the New 97 2, 85 | commanded us to ~give to the poor not merely the tenth part, 98 2, 85 | them for the use of the poor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 99 2, 85 | for the assistance of the poor. But in the New Law ~the 100 2, 85 | use them in assisting the poor. Hence they are ~not unnecessary; 101 2, 85 | be the succoring of the poor; ~thus certain tithes have 102 2, 85 | for the assistance of the poor. Therefore, if the clergy ~ 103 2, 85 | paying tithes, so too are the poor. Yet the latter is not ~ 104 2, 85 | for the assistance of the poor, ~through the dispensation 105 2, 85 | of the clergy. Hence the poor have no reason for ~accepting 106 2, 98 | Those who give alms to the poor in order to obtain from ~ 107 2, 98 | beneficence inspire the ~poor with the mind to pray for 108 2, 98 | of ~that church and other poor persons, and are in receipt 109 2, 98 | of the Church or of the poor provided ~they first be 110 2, 98 | authority, ~either to the poor or to some other church.~ 111 2, 99 | see to his ~cure; if he be poor, it is fitting that they 112 2, 102 | all one's ~goods to the poor, unless one directed these 113 2, 104 | small gift ~bestowed on a poor man is greater to him than 114 2, 104 | recipient of a favor may be a poor man, and is quite unable ~ 115 2, 104 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 5: A poor man is certainly not ungrateful 116 2, 112 | the congregation of ~the poor." Therefore affability, 117 2, 115 | slew ~his oxen and fed the poor, that he might not be bound 118 2, 115 | liberal, although he be poor. ~Hence the Philosopher 119 2, 115 | that makes a gift rich or poor, and gives ~things their 120 2, 116 | give of his goods to the poor, either through fear of 121 2, 117 | thou ~hast, and give to the poor." Therefore prodigality 122 2, 117 | to those who ought to be poor, namely, to ~buffoons and 123 2, 117 | goods, that belong to the poor whom they defraud by their ~ 124 2, 132 | great expenditure. But the ~poor are able to possess all 125 2, 132 | fortune: so that even a poor man may be ~magnificent. 126 2, 132 | virtue: and in this way a poor man cannot accomplish the ~ 127 2, 135 | performing ~the act: thus a poor man has the habit of magnificence 128 2, 145 | stated in 2 Cor. 9:7. Now the poor are wont to fast through ~ 129 2, 145 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Those poor who can provide themselves 130 2, 150 | of another virtue: thus a poor man has the ~matter of temperance, 131 2, 150 | him to do so: even as a poor man may be so prepared in 132 2, 166 | sometimes they ~give alms to the poor. Wherefore those who maintain 133 2, 174 | who were ~being sent were poor and powerless; nor at the 134 2, 181 | instance ~that a man be rich or poor, of high or low rank, and 135 2, 182 | thou ~hast, and give to the poor . . . and come, follow Me." 136 2, 182 | thou hast, and give to ~the poor"; and something else is 137 2, 182 | thou hast, and give to the poor"; and ~religious do this. 138 2, 182 | either by giving to the poor of their flock, or by suffering ~" 139 2, 183 | ecclesiastical goods ~to the poor?~(8) Whether religious who 140 2, 183 | of honor, in despite of a poor man who is ~better instructed 141 2, 183 | thou hast, and give to the poor . . . ~and come, follow 142 2, 183 | thou hast, and give to the poor" (Mt. 19:17,21). Bishops, 143 2, 183 | they distribute not to the poor the ~ecclesiastical goods 144 2, 183 | they distribute not to ~the poor the ecclesiastical goods 145 2, 183 | if they give not to the poor ~that which they have in 146 2, 183 | 3:14, "The spoil of the poor is ~in your house," says 147 2, 183 | ecclesiastical goods belong to the poor." Now ~whoever keeps for 148 2, 183 | take what belongs to the ~poor, they commit and incur the 149 2, 183 | if they give not to the poor the surplus of their ~ecclesiastical 150 2, 183 | give their surplus to the poor, but ~would seem commendably 151 2, 183 | belong not to us but to the ~poor, and we have the dispensing 152 2, 183 | only to the good of the poor, but also to the divine 153 2, 183 | and for the benefit of the poor; the remaining part is to 154 2, 183 | appointed for the use of the poor, or the ministers, or ~for 155 2, 183 | which should be given to the poor, or to the ministers for ~ 156 2, 183 | only for the use of the poor, but also for other purposes. 157 2, 183 | what you ~can give to the poor."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 158 2, 183 | not all be given to the poor, ~except in a case of necessity: 159 2, 183 | and other needs of the poor. In such a case ~of necessity 160 2, 183 | employed for the good ~of the poor. Consequently a man is to 161 2, 183 | necessity for helping the poor, he spends the surplus from 162 2, 183 | Church or the needs of the poor. But if there be a ~pressing 163 2, 183 | pressing need for helping the poor, to lay by for the future 164 2, 184 | giving his goods to the poor; but ~from that day the 165 2, 184 | thou hast, and give to ~the poor . . . and come, follow Me."~ 166 2, 184 | slew his oxen, and fed the poor with ~that which was his 167 2, 184 | those who are unwillingly poor, through the desire of ~ 168 2, 184 | cxxv ad Rust. Monach.): "Poor thyself, follow ~Christ 169 2, 184 | thyself, follow ~Christ poor."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] 170 2, 184 | thou ~hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure 171 2, 184 | their possessions to ~the poor, it is not I but the Lord 172 2, 184 | by dispensing them to the poor: it is better to give them 173 2, 184 | free of ~solicitude, to be poor with Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 174 2, 184 | thou hast, and give to the poor, and follow Me." Now in ~ 175 2, 184 | thou hast, and give to the poor," without any mention of 176 2, 185 | give your clothes to the poor, but sell what you possess, 177 2, 185 | wherewithal to assist the ~poor: for in such a case religious 178 2, 185 | take what belongs to the poor they commit ~and incur the 179 2, 185 | the alms belonging to the ~poor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 180 2, 185 | to be ~numbered among the poor of Christ, have a claim 181 2, 185 | on the alms given to the poor. Hence Augustine says (De ~ 182 2, 185 | piety, it is not that the poor may be exalted to ~pride; 183 2, 185 | means of succoring ~the poor: for then they would be 184 2, 185 | better ~than to give to the poor part by part, as stated 185 2, 185 | 15:4): "There shall be no poor nor beggar among ~you," 186 2, 185 | But I am a beggar ~and poor"; where a gloss says: "Christ 187 2, 185 | entreats ~another, and a poor man is one who has not enough 188 2, 185 | 69:6): "I am needy and poor"; where a gloss says: ~"' 189 2, 185 | that is a suppliant; 'and poor,' that is, not having enough 190 2, 185 | abased who are not only poor, but are so needy that they 191 2, 185 | for a man to be sick or poor. Such like uncomeliness 192 2, 186 | public safety, or also of the poor and oppressed, according 193 2, 186 | to Ps. 81:4: ~"Rescue the poor, and deliver the needy out 194 2, 186 | or for the defense of the poor and widows. ~Wherefore it 195 2, 186 | or ~giving alms to the poor, have been most highly esteemed 196 2, 186 | thou hast and give to the ~poor." Hence it is clear that 197 2, 186 | world; though serving the poor Christ they have ~wealth 198 2, 186 | hospitality or to assist the poor; and that those ~who aim 199 2, 186 | spend the property of the poor on His own uses," ~namely 200 2, 186 | tax - because among those poor His disciples held a ~foremost 201 2, 186 | should give ~something to the poor." From this it is evident 202 2, 186 | order, ~or of any other poor, is in accordance with the 203 2, 187 | thou hast and give to ~the poor?" But this means that he 204 2, 187 | case where one ~provides a poor person with necessaries 205 3, 7 | to ~be distributed to the poor what was given to Himself. 206 3, 7 | to give something to ~the poor. But Christ had no evil 207 3, 21 | hears ~the desire of the poor," as is said in the Ps. 208 3, 35 | whole earth, He chose a poor mother and a ~birthplace 209 3, 35 | low . . . the feet of the poor," i.e. ~of Christ, "shall 210 3, 37 | who, 'being rich, became poor for our [Vulg.: 'your'] 211 3, 37 | 2 Cor. ~8:9, "wished the poor man's victim to be offered 212 3, 40 | worldly gain, since ~I am so poor that I have not even the 213 3, 40 | told ~that our Lord was so poor that He had not the wherewithal 214 3, 40 | Christ: that . . . He became poor for our [Vulg.: ~'your'] 215 3, 40 | He chose all that was ~poor and despicable, all that 216 3, 40 | this reason did He choose a poor maid for His ~Mother, a 217 3, 40 | be praised in one who is poor of ~necessity. But in one 218 3, 40 | one who, like Christ, is poor willingly, poverty itself ~ 219 3, 52 | on a sudden to make the ~poor man rich." Consequently 220 3, 52 | Abraham, into whose bosom the poor man was received, was ~ever 221 3, 64 | were to carry ~alms to the poor with a wicked intention, 222 3, 65 | of the ministers and ~the poor, but also figuratively; 223 3, 84 | others succeed, he would be a poor ~physician in comparison 224 3, 89 | all my goods to feed the poor, and if I should deliver 225 Suppl, 2 | in particular, even as a poor ~man, who cannot pay a debt, 226 Suppl, 14| all my goods to feed the poor . . . and ~have not charity, 227 Suppl, 16| proceed to its act - thus a poor man can ~have the habit 228 Suppl, 24| 6) ~if the striker be a poor man; (7) if he be a minor, 229 Suppl, 25| less fully. Consequently a poor ~man by giving one penny 230 Suppl, 27| giving an alms, which a poor ~man is unable to do, though 231 Suppl, 40| holy orders, if they be poor, must be ~provided for by 232 Suppl, 69| rest whither the godly ~poor man was carried by the angels." 233 Suppl, 69| the rest of the blessed poor, whose ~is the kingdom of 234 Suppl, 71| follow the relief of the poor and their prayer to God 235 Suppl, 71| either assistance to the poor or adornment to ~the church: 236 Suppl, 71| and as ~giving them to the poor, or as doing this in reverence 237 Suppl, 71| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the poor have not so many suffrages 238 Suppl, 71| them more than others, the poor would be worse off: yet ~ 239 Suppl, 71| 6:20): "Blessed are ye poor, ~for yours is the kingdom 240 Suppl, 71| respects better ~off than the poor, for instance as regards 241 Suppl, 71| kingdom of ~heaven, where the poor are shown to be better off 242 Suppl, 71| equal profit to that which a poor man derives from special ~ 243 Suppl, 72| hand, and He will purge His poor, ~and will gather the wheat," 244 Suppl, 86| those who are voluntarily poor are not all apostles, it 245 Suppl, 86| whereas the voluntarily poor offer sacrifice of ~outward 246 Suppl, 86| those who are voluntarily poor.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 247 Suppl, 86| doctors than to those who are poor ~voluntarily.~Aquin.: SMT 248 Suppl, 86| than ~to the voluntarily poor.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 249 Suppl, 86| many of ~the voluntarily poor. Therefore the voluntarily 250 Suppl, 86| Therefore the voluntarily poor will not judge where ~those 251 Suppl, 86| He giveth judgment to the poor."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 252 Suppl, 86| power is promised to the poor, so ~that he who humbles 253 Suppl, 86| all who are voluntarily poor, but to those who leave 254 Suppl, 86| that it be granted to the poor ~as an accidental reward 255 Suppl, 93| thou hast, and give to the poor'" (Mt. 19:21). Therefore


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