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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 13 | theein} [which means to care of] and to cherish all things; 2 1, 20 | said: "He ~hath equally care of all" (Wis. 6:8). But 3 1, 20 | is said to have equally care of all, not because by His ~ 4 1, 20 | all, not because by His ~care He deals out equal good 5 1, 20 | which reason He gave him the care of the ~Church; but that 6 1, 20 | commended His mother to his care. Others ~say that it is 7 1, 22 | Two things pertain to the care of providence - namely, 8 1, 22 | those over whom he has a care. But we see many evils ~ 9 1, 22 | or else He does not have care for everything.~Aquin.: 10 1, 22 | Cor. 9:9): "God doth not care for ~oxen [*Vulg. 'Doth 11 1, 22 | oxen [*Vulg. 'Doth God take care for oxen?']": and we may 12 1, 22 | everything cannot be under the care of ~divine providence.~Aquin.: 13 1, 22 | otherwise with one who has care of a particular ~thing, 14 1, 22 | from what is subject to his care as far as ~he can; whereas, 15 1, 22 | things - as removed from the care of divine providence.~Aquin.: 16 1, 22 | course ~of nature from the care of divine providence, attributing 17 1, 22 | Tully, who withdrew from the care of divine providence human ~ 18 1, 22 | withdraws oxen from the care of God: not, however, that 19 1, 22 | irrational creatures escape the care of divine providence; as 20 1, 31 | Trinity we ~must proceed with care and with befitting modesty; 21 1, 88 | intelligence, since the weight and care of the body is ~a clog upon 22 1, 88 | otherwise they would have no care for it, as they have, ~according 23 1, 88 | souls of the departed may care for the living, even if ~ 24 1, 88 | their state; just as we care for the dead by pouring 25 1, 90 | with more deliberation and care what we have chiefly in 26 1, 102 | Cor. 9:9): "God hath no care for ~oxen." But he that 27 1, 102 | But he that governs has care for the things he governs. 28 1, 102 | Apostle says that "God hath no care for ~oxen," he does not 29 2, 2 | relieve the gnawings of care, nor can it avoid the thorny 30 2, 4 | delight, we do with greater care and ~perseverance. On the 31 2, 19 | above: because the judge has care of the common good, which 32 2, 33 | out to others, so as to care, not only for his own ~interests, 33 2, 33 | carries it out with ~greater care. And in this sense it is 34 2, 34 | God," says: "The end of care and thought is the ~pleasure 35 2, 47 | is in misfortune, seem to care little about his good or 36 2, 47 | to himself, seems not to care much for his ~friendship. 37 2, 72 | the flock committed to his care; and these same things may ~ 38 2, 89 | man is charged with the care of a family, which is a 39 2, 89 | themselves into those who have a care for earthly things, are 40 2, 89 | who are withdrawn from the care of temporal ~things, sin 41 2, 90 | public personage who has care of the whole ~people: since 42 2, 90 | good, made by him who has care of the community, and promulgated.~ 43 2, 102 | that God does not "take ~care for oxen," and, therefore, 44 2, 102 | was to prevent excessive care about food: ~wherefore they 45 2, 102 | Apostle says that "God has no care for oxen"; because God does 46 2, 105 | governed under the special care of God: ~wherefore it is 47 2, 105 | consequently to have no care for their ~welfare: secondly, 48 2, 105 | Firstly, as regards the care of them; for ~it was prescribed ( 49 2, 105 | view to the cultivation and care of possessions; wherefore 50 2, 105 | present and taking proper care ~of them, he was not bound 51 2, 105 | we should ~show greater care and love for these things 52 2, 108 | children under Christ's care, ~needed to receive some 53 2, 108 | by little to renounce the care of temporalities, so as ~ 54 2, 112 | great ~and He hath equally care of all." Therefore all obtain 55 2, 112 | Reply OBJ 1: The Divine care may be looked at in two 56 2, 112 | and uniform; and thus His care ~looks equally to all, since 57 2, 112 | considered by the Divine care; and thus, inequality is 58 2, 112 | inasmuch as God by His care provides greater gifts to 59 2, 10 | free-will, it is enfolded in the care of its parents, which is 60 2, 10 | reason, is under his father's care. Hence it would ~be contrary 61 2, 10 | parents' reason, under whose ~care it lies by nature: and it 62 2, 23 | progress, ~yet the chief care that besets them is to resist 63 2, 23 | this is not ~their chief care, but their aim is principally 64 2, 25 | immediately concerned with the care of his own ~body, but not 65 2, 25 | 8): "If any man have not care ~of his own and especially 66 2, 25 | is one of influence and care. Hence ~the duty of children 67 2, 25 | children is especially one of care.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 68 2, 30 | 8): "If any man have not care ~of his own, and especially 69 2, 30 | seems to detract from the care he ~should have for himself 70 2, 30 | Christ, and being freed from care, to be needy with Christ."~ 71 2, 30 | If any man have not ~care of his own, and especially 72 2, 30 | no special claim on our care then and ~there, and who 73 2, 31 | of whom he has temporal care, so too ought he to confer ~ 74 2, 31 | entrusted to his spiritual care." Therefore Jerome does 75 2, 31 | must not cease to take care of ~him, even if he be fractious 76 2, 38 | in ~wartime. And as the care of the common weal is committed 77 2, 41 | consigned to us to take care of them for ~someone else; 78 2, 41 | In this latter case the care of such ~things (as of things 79 2, 42 | Tim. ~5:8) if he "have not care of his own, and especially 80 2, 53 | things pertaining to ~the care of the flesh, which seems 81 2, 53 | of his whole life in the care of the flesh, it is a ~mortal 82 2, 53 | man actually refers the care of the flesh to a good end, 83 2, 53 | because then one uses the care of the flesh ~as a means 84 2, 53 | written (Mt. ~13:22) that "the care of this world . . . chokes 85 2, 53 | secondly, on account of the care with which God ~watches 86 2, 60 | and have it under his own care, ~so as to hand it over 87 2, 62 | been entrusted with the care of the health of the whole 88 2, 62 | the whole body. Now the ~care of the common good is entrusted 89 2, 62 | the witnesses with ~great care, so as to find a motive 90 2, 62 | one is bound to take more care of one's own life than of ~ 91 2, 62 | does not take sufficient care. Hence, according to jurists, 92 2, 62 | occupation and take due care, the result being that a ~ 93 2, 62 | lawful, ~but without due care, he does not escape being 94 2, 62 | did not take sufficient care to avoid taking a man's ~ 95 2, 62 | failing to take sufficient care.~ 96 2, 63 | one is entrusted with the care ~of his own welfare. The 97 2, 63 | whose business it is to care for the welfare of the person 98 2, 64 | man is charged with taking care of some particular thing ~ 99 2, 66 | sovereign to whom belongs the care of the common good, ~which 100 2, 68 | over the matter with due care he deems ~himself certain 101 2, 69 | 8, "If any ~man have not care of his own, and especially 102 2, 71 | written (Ecclus. 41:15): "Take care of a good ~name, for this 103 2, 71 | Ep. ad Nepot. lii): "Take care not to have ~an itching 104 2, 84 | Let every Christian take care that he offer something 105 2, 85 | of ~the clergy who have care of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS 106 2, 85 | but the clergy who have ~care of souls, and so they alone 107 2, 85 | or to those that have no care of souls. Some religious, ~ 108 2, 85 | tithes, because they have care of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS 109 2, 85 | are clerics, if they have care of souls, and ~dispense 110 2, 86 | are naturally ~under the care of their parents, or guardians 111 2, 86 | exempt in any way from the care of their parents; for this ~ 112 2, 86 | their parents; for this ~care is subject to human law, 113 2, 86 | their ~parents, under whose care they are still subject.~ 114 2, 93 | wickedness and accustom us to care little for such things, 115 2, 94 | Again, one should take care lest it contain anything 116 2, 95 | presumptuously and without due care in ~matters relating to 117 2, 97 | from ~him, since he has no care for them. Wherefore according 118 2, 99 | duties of kindred, to take care of him."~Aquin.: SMT SS 119 2, 99 | and leave them in God's care. But this, ~considered aright, 120 2, 100 | positions of dignity take care of the common ~good. Now 121 2, 102 | conduct of his life and the care of the household; and so 122 2, 103 | a man should take every care ~to obey each superior, 123 2, 112 | thou daughters? ~Have a care of their body, and show 124 2, 114 | being disagreeable, and care for nobody, are said to 125 2, 116 | with excessive anxiety and ~care, for "a covetous man shall 126 2, 117 | being so disposed as not to care about riches, and sometimes 127 2, 127 | despise honors so as not to ~care to do what is worthy of 128 2, 127 | secure ~because he is without care." But this seems to be contrary 129 2, 127 | to virtue, ~which has a care for honorable things, according 130 2, 127 | because, to wit he takes care to avoid what he fears. 131 2, 127 | from the removal of this care, of which fear is ~the cause: 132 2, 127 | but only when one ~puts care aside, as one ought, and 133 2, 129 | goods: wherefore those who care not for honor are reproved. ~ 134 2, 129 | those ~are reproved who care not for honor in accordance 135 2, 130 | to Ecclus. 41:15, "Take care of a good name," and Rm. 136 2, 130 | that a man should "take care of ~his good name," and 137 2, 152 | upbringing of the offspring needs care ~of both male and female, 138 2, 152 | requires not only the mother's care ~for his nourishment, but 139 2, 152 | nourishment, but much more the care of his father as guide and ~ 140 2, 152 | who is under her ~father's care: both on the part of the 141 2, 152 | restored to her father's care, ~and then the abductor 142 2, 152 | virgin, or under her father's care, or a harlot, or of ~any 143 2, 164 | is derived from "cura" [care], may also refer to elegance 144 2, 178 | which he proceeds to ~the care of those things that are 145 2, 178 | when he proceeds to the care of things subject to him, ~ 146 2, 178 | movements, inasmuch as their care for those beneath them is 147 2, 182 | and deacons must all take care not ~to do anything without 148 2, 182 | afterwards committed the care of His flock to him. And 149 2, 182 | i, 5): "If the pastoral care is a proof of love, he who 150 2, 183 | man undertake the pastoral care of Christ's sheep. Hence 151 2, 183 | subjects entrusted to his ~care: a matter which he must 152 2, 183 | man binds himself to the care ~of his subjects, when he 153 2, 183 | the flock committed to his care?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 154 2, 183 | flock ~committed to his care. For our Lord said (Jn. 155 2, 183 | flock ~entrusted to his care, it would seem that he is 156 2, 183 | he devote himself to the care of his neighbor. Now it 157 2, 183 | attending personally to the care of his ~subjects, he fulfils 158 2, 184 | own so that no household care might hold him back."~Aquin.: 159 2, 184 | written (Mt. 13:22) that "the care of this world and ~the deceitfulness 160 2, 185 | authority, or pastoral care." And Jerome says (ad Ripar. 161 2, 185 | save with a view to ~the care of the fatherless, orphans, 162 2, 186 | of the ~brethren and the care of the monasteries; while 163 2, 186 | save with a view to the care of the ~fatherless . . . 164 2, 186 | authority, or pastoral ~care," and the same apparently 165 2, 186 | says: "Some ~choosing the care of the sick, others devoting 166 2, 186 | be ~established for the care of the sick, so also may 167 2, 186 | heareth the word, and the care of this world, and the deceitfulness ~ 168 2, 186 | take a certain amount ~of care in acquiring or keeping 169 2, 186 | mere livelihood, such like care does not hinder one ~much; 170 2, 186 | Lord did not forbid all care, but only such as is ~excessive 171 2, 186 | increases the weight of care, which is a great distraction 172 2, 186 | private or in common. For the care ~that one takes of one's 173 2, 186 | temporal matters; whereas the care that is given to ~things 174 2, 186 | anything in private. But the ~care that is given to common 175 2, 186 | profess burdens them with less care for temporal things. And 176 2, 186 | temporal things. And the care of ~temporal things is so 177 2, 186 | life requires a greater care of spiritual things.~Aquin.: 178 2, 186 | preaching, requires greater care of spiritual things than ~ 179 2, 186 | with ~the least amount of care. Again it is clear that 180 2, 186 | involves the least ~burden of care. Wherefore a threefold degree 181 2, 187 | them as such to have the care of their ~children. Hence 182 2, 187 | altogether to set aside the care for their children, ~namely 183 2, 187 | that "if any man have not care of his own . . . he hath 184 2, 187 | left without a pastor's care, which would be unfitting. 185 2, 187 | bound themselves to the ~care of their subjects, as long 186 2, 187 | with the greatest zeal and care to ~reach the perfection 187 3, 1 | and He upon Whom rests the care ~of great things should 188 3, 1 | things. But God - Who takes ~care of the whole world - the 189 3, 1 | within ~this frail body, the care of governing the universe. 190 3, 10 | manner as to quit or lose the care of the world's government, ~ 191 3, 12 | Incarnation, and as regards the care of Him whilst He was a child. ~ 192 3, 40 | must be wholly free ~from care of worldly matters: which 193 3, 44 | truth; to teach us not to care about such things, ~although 194 3, 51 | the cross, and with due care and ~reverence wrapped it 195 3, 64 | sacrament should take great care to have actual ~intention. 196 3, 67 | need more than ordinary care. Consequently someone is 197 3, 68 | natural law they are under the care of their parents as long 198 3, 68 | which a child is under the care of ~its father, in order 199 3, 68 | its parents, ~under whose care it naturally lies, and it 200 3, 82 | unless he has undertaken the care of souls. Therefore, ~it 201 3, 82 | he be charged with the care of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP 202 3, 82 | being entrusted with the ~care of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP 203 3, 82 | even though he has not the care of souls, to refrain ~altogether 204 3, 82 | who has ~undertaken the care of souls. But this sacrament 205 3, 83 | to the priest's want ~of care, that Christ's blood is 206 3, 89 | Nevertheless we must not deem the care of later teachers excessive, 207 Suppl, 2 | applying himself with due care, it is enough ~that he be 208 Suppl, 8 | the pastoral charge and care, ~which is sometimes the 209 Suppl, 8 | since ~they have not the care of souls. Since, therefore 210 Suppl, 8 | the flock committed to his care: ~and in acquiring this 211 Suppl, 11| over his flock ~with great care, yet so as by neither word 212 Suppl, 19| have the key for taking care of those ~things which are 213 Suppl, 23| faithful who are under her care: hence she does not sever ~ 214 Suppl, 27| to whom is committed the care of the Church's good and 215 Suppl, 28| 3: Grave sins need great care in their cure. Hence the ~ 216 Suppl, 36| deacons ~take very great care to be examples of speech 217 Suppl, 36| others, and receive the care of souls, know ~things pertaining 218 Suppl, 36| not ~empowered with the care of souls. The law is not 219 Suppl, 36| required to take the greatest care, in proportion to the Order 220 Suppl, 38| Church, Christ's ~spouse, the care of which is entrusted chiefly 221 Suppl, 39| of accepting the pastoral care of souls is required; wherefore 222 Suppl, 39| failed to take sufficient care, since in this case the 223 Suppl, 40| appointed, ~although excessive care for such things is; for 224 Suppl, 40| crozier," his ~pastoral care, whereby he has to gather 225 Suppl, 41| child needs the ~parents' care for a long time, there is 226 Suppl, 51| excused provided he take due care. Wherefore error, in order 227 Suppl, 54| ensured ~with very great care, and consequently only such 228 Suppl, 56| Penance, teaching, pastoral care ~and many other like things. 229 Suppl, 57| subjected to younger in the care of the ~household. Consequently 230 Suppl, 57| marriage. For spiritual care is more excellent ~than 231 Suppl, 57| excellent ~than corporeal care. But no tie of relationship 232 Suppl, 57| subjected to another's spiritual care: else all those who ~dwell 233 Suppl, 57| places the adopted under the care of the adopter.~Aquin.: 234 Suppl, 57| placed under the ~power and care of the godfather, as in 235 Suppl, 58| laws children are under the care of a ~guardian until their 236 Suppl, 59| that it needs the mother's care for its education.~Aquin.: 237 Suppl, 60| the community with whose care he is charged. But he who ~ 238 Suppl, 64| a physician who has the care of a sick ~person is bound 239 Suppl, 65| whose offspring demands the care of both, namely ~the male 240 Suppl, 65| relation to its father, whose care is ~necessary for its education. 241 Suppl, 66| which is entrusted to the care of a bishop, and in which 242 Suppl, 68| it is part ~of a bishop's care to compel both parents to 243 Suppl, 71| be so outcast as to be a care to no one; and this ~matter 244 Suppl, 71| treat his body with loving care. For as Augustine says ( 245 Suppl, 85| appointed time. Yet the same care ~would still be necessary 246 Suppl, 85| provokes him to greater care. ~Secondly, for the reason 247 Suppl, 95| decrepit age, and that is in care ~about all things, and to


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