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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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alms

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1 2, 18 | as when a man gives an alms from vainglory; and conversely, 2 2, 18 | end; for instance, to give alms from ~vainglory. Therefore 3 2, 18 | theft in order to give alms. For an action takes its 4 2, 18 | accidentally to the giving of alms. Now the ~differences that 5 2, 18 | species; for instance, to give alms to a person in want. ~On 6 2, 19 | steal in order to give ~alms, has an evil will, although 7 2, 19 | when a man wills to give an alms ~for the sake of vainglory, 8 2, 20 | theft, or to will to give an alms. Therefore good and evil 9 2, 20 | them: thus the giving of alms, if the required conditions 10 2, 20 | end: thus the giving of alms for vainglory ~is said to 11 2, 20 | instance, if a man ~give an alms to a poor man who makes 12 2, 20 | who makes bad use of the alms by committing a ~sin, this 13 2, 39 | instance, when ~a man gives an alms sorrowfully. ~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 69 | redeem thou thy sins with alms, and thy iniquities with 15 2, 84 | steals in order to give an ~alms. Therefore the capital vices 16 2, 88 | as when a man gives an alms for vainglory. Much more, ~ 17 2, 108 | instance, when anyone ~gives an alms to a poor man, not being 18 2, 114 | 3: The poor who receive alms are said to receive others 19 2, 10 | Acts ~10:4,31), that his alms were acceptable to God. 20 2, 29 | correction, which is a kind of alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] Out. 21 2, 30 | Of the different kinds of alms;~(3) Which alms are of greater 22 2, 30 | kinds of alms;~(3) Which alms are of greater account, 23 2, 30 | corporal?~(4) Whether corporal alms have a spiritual effect?~( 24 2, 30 | 5) Whether the giving of alms is a matter of precept?~( 25 2, 30 | precept?~(6) Whether corporal alms should be given out of the 26 2, 30 | need?~(7) Whether corporal alms should be given out of ill-gotten 27 2, 30 | goods?~(8) Who can give alms?~(9) To whom should we give 28 2, 30 | To whom should we give alms?~(10) How should alms be 29 2, 30 | give alms?~(10) How should alms be given ?~Aquin.: SMT SS 30 2, 30 | it is possible to give ~alms without having charity, 31 2, 30 | Redeem thou thy sins with alms." Now ~satisfaction is an 32 2, 30 | Now the motive for giving alms is to relieve ~one who is 33 2, 30 | Wherefore some have defined alms as being "a deed ~whereby 34 2, 30 | without charity, but to give ~alms formally, i.e. for God's 35 2, 30 | we reckon seven spiritual alms, namely, to instruct the 36 2, 30 | the purpose of giving alms is to ~relieve our neighbor' 37 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Whether corporal alms are of more account than 38 2, 30 | more account than spiritual alms?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 39 2, 30 | would seem that corporal alms are of more account than ~ 40 2, 30 | account than ~spiritual alms. For it is more praiseworthy 41 2, 30 | praiseworthy to give an alms to one who is ~in greater 42 2, 30 | is relieved by corporal alms, is ~by nature more needy 43 2, 30 | is relieved by spiritual alms. ~Therefore corporal alms 44 2, 30 | alms. ~Therefore corporal alms are of more account. ~Aquin.: 45 2, 30 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, an alms is less praiseworthy and 46 2, 30 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an alms is to be commended if the 47 2, 30 | brother." Now a corporal alms is ~sometimes more welcome 48 2, 30 | needy man than a spiritual alms. Therefore ~bodily almsdeeds 49 2, 30 | reproof is a ~spiritual alms. Therefore spiritual almsdeeds 50 2, 30 | case, when ~some corporal alms excels some spiritual alms: 51 2, 30 | alms excels some spiritual alms: for instance, a man in ~ 52 2, 30 | Therefore one ought not ~to give alms in order to receive a spiritual 53 2, 30 | effect, the greater the ~alms, the greater the spiritual 54 2, 30 | written (Ecclus. 17:18): "The alms of a man . . . ~shall preserve 55 2, 30 | a man gives a corporal alms out of love for God and 56 2, 30 | succored by a corporal ~alms, is moved to pray for his 57 2, 30 | Ecclus. 29:15): "Shut up alms in the heart of the poor, 58 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: He who gives an alms does rot intend to buy a 59 2, 30 | redeem thou thy sins with alms." Therefore ~almsgiving 60 2, 30 | keeping it he will not give alms. Therefore it is lawful 61 2, 30 | it is lawful not ~to give alms: and consequently almsgiving 62 2, 30 | mortal sin unless he gave an alms. But it does not appear ~ 63 2, 30 | eternally for omitting to ~give alms, as is clear from Mt. 25: 64 2, 30 | That which remaineth, give alms." This surplus ~is to be 65 2, 30 | no reason for giving him alms: yet since it is not ~possible 66 2, 30 | Accordingly we are bound to give alms of our surplus, as also 67 2, 30 | surplus, as also to ~give alms to one whose need is extreme: 68 2, 30 | mortally if we omit to give ~alms; on the part of the recipient 69 2, 30 | Whether one ought to give alms out of what one needs?~Aquin.: 70 2, 30 | that one ought not to give alms out of what one ~needs. 71 2, 30 | Therefore we should ~not give alms out of what we need.~Aquin.: 72 2, 30 | seems that whoever ~gives alms from what he needs, sins 73 2, 30 | Therefore a man may give alms out of what he needs.~Aquin.: 74 2, 30 | altogether wrong to give alms out ~of what is necessary 75 2, 30 | he were to give away in ~alms, what was then necessary 76 2, 30 | Accordingly it is good to give alms of ~this kind of "necessary"; 77 2, 30 | 1/1~Whether one may give alms out of ill-gotten goods?~ 78 2, 30 | would seem that one may give alms out of ill-gotten goods. 79 2, 30 | spiritual friends by giving alms out of ill-gotten riches. ~ 80 2, 30 | gains it is lawful to give alms. Therefore one may give 81 2, 30 | Therefore one may give alms out of ~ill-gotten goods.~ 82 2, 30 | cases, it is lawful to give alms of ill-gotten ~goods.~Aquin.: 83 2, 30 | Verb. Dom. xxxv, 2): "Give alms from ~your just labors. 84 2, 30 | whom you rob . . . Give not alms from interest and ~usury: 85 2, 30 | things a man ~may not give alms since he is bound to restore 86 2, 30 | the giver, ~but by giving alms. The same applies to all 87 2, 30 | lawful to keep and to give in alms what is thus ~acquired by 88 2, 30 | have already explained how alms may be given out of the ~ 89 2, 30 | It is also lawful to give alms out of the profits of ~simony, 90 2, 30 | give away his ~gains in alms. Then again there would 91 2, 30 | ought to give ~it away in alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 92 2, 30 | belongs to ~another, and give alms thereof; or even take something 93 2, 30 | another's power can give alms?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 94 2, 30 | another's power can give ~alms. For religious are under 95 2, 30 | unlawful for them to give alms, they ~would lose by entering 96 2, 30 | of doing this is to give alms. Therefore those who are 97 2, 30 | another's power can give alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 98 2, 30 | 16). But a ~wife can give alms since she is her husband' 99 2, 30 | Blessed Lucy that she gave alms without the knowledge of ~ 100 2, 30 | not ~prevented from giving alms, by being under another' 101 2, 30 | apparently, children may give alms out of ~their parents' property. 102 2, 30 | can they use it in giving alms so as to profit their souls. ~ 103 2, 30 | another's power can give alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 104 2, 30 | especially the case if they gave alms for them. Therefore those 105 2, 30 | another's power can give alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 106 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Alms should not be given out 107 2, 30 | and ~each one should give alms out of the just profit of 108 2, 30 | to ~anyone were to give alms, this would be out of another' 109 2, 30 | another's power cannot give alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 110 2, 30 | another's power must not give alms of ~anything in respect 111 2, 30 | particular thing, and he can give alms therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT SS 112 2, 30 | his ~superior, he can give alms from the property of his 113 2, 30 | his own, he cannot give alms ~without his abbot's permission 114 2, 30 | theft in order to give an alms. Nor does it ~follow that 115 2, 30 | other lawful means, can give alms, ~out of that property, 116 2, 30 | s permission: yet such ~alms should be moderate, lest 117 2, 30 | Otherwise she ought not to give alms without the express or ~ 118 2, 30 | wherefore she ~could give alms with her mother's consent.~ 119 2, 30 | wherefore the child cannot give alms, except in such small quantity 120 2, 30 | Whether one ought to give alms to those rather who are 121 2, 30 | that one ought not to give alms to those rather who ~are 122 2, 30 | Therefore we ought not to ~give alms to them in preference to 123 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, alms should be given that we 124 2, 30 | is gained chiefly by the ~alms which are given to the saints, 125 2, 30 | in their needs? Therefore alms ~should be given to the 126 2, 30 | cannot ~give himself an alms. Therefore it seems that 127 2, 30 | we are not bound to give ~alms to those who are most closely 128 2, 30 | utility. For we ought to give alms to one who is much holier 129 2, 30 | no man gives ~himself an alms, unless he act in another' 130 2, 30 | appointed to distribute alms, he can take something for 131 2, 30 | Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether alms should be given in abundance?~ 132 2, 30 | OBJ 1: It would seem that alms should not be given in abundance. 133 2, 30 | abundance. For we ~ought to give alms to those chiefly who are 134 2, 30 | give lavishly. Therefore alms should not be ~given in 135 2, 30 | this would be the result if alms were ~given in abundance. 136 2, 30 | Therefore we ought not to give alms abundantly.~Aquin.: SMT 137 2, 30 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Alms may be considered abundant 138 2, 30 | when we spoke of ~giving alms out of one's necessary goods ( 139 2, 30 | part of the recipient, an alms may be abundant in two ways; ~ 140 2, 30 | is ~praiseworthy to give alms: secondly, by relieving 141 2, 30 | to be careful in giving alms, and to give, ~not to one 142 2, 30 | argument considers abundance of alms as exceeding the ~needs 143 2, 30 | quoted considers abundance of alms on the part ~of the giver; 144 2, 30 | refer to that abundance of alms which surpasses the ~need 145 2, 30 | to whom one should give alms not that he may have ~an 146 2, 30 | 30): "When you give an alms ~to a man, you should take 147 2, 31 | correction is a spiritual alms. Now corporal ~almsgiving 148 2, 31 | administering ~corporal alms. Much less therefore ought 149 2, 41 | counsels, and the bestowal of alms may often be omitted without ~ 150 2, 49 | rob that they may ~give alms. Therefore {euboulia} (deliberating 151 2, 60 | for instance by ~giving an alms for his spiritual welfare ( 152 2, 64 | neighbor by giving him an alms. Therefore neither ~is it 153 2, 83 | God, as when a man gives alms of his own things for God' 154 2, 85 | That which remaineth, give alms." Moreover the ~tithes that 155 2, 85 | have been granted by way of alms to certain lay ~religious, 156 2, 89 | to taking charge of the alms."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[91] A[ 157 2, 94 | as when a person gives an alms for the ~sake of vainglory. 158 2, 96 | religion, or not to give ~an alms, or the like, is guilty 159 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 2: Those who give alms to the poor in order to 160 2, 98 | purpose is fulfilled when alms are received for making 161 2, 98 | to all who gave a certain alms, ~because this would not 162 2, 98 | by the ~generosity of his alms: just as, on the other hand, 163 2, 108 | steal in order to give an alms, except perhaps in a case 164 2, 109 | such as fasting, prayer and alms deeds, as stated in Mt. ~ 165 2, 130 | reproved for presuming to give alms as ~though this were something 166 2, 152 | cause: thus ~he who gives an alms, in order to lead someone 167 2, 166 | while sometimes they ~give alms to the poor. Wherefore those 168 2, 184 | the faithful are to give alms saying: "If the will ~be 169 2, 185 | lawful for them to live on alms?~(5) Whether it is lawful 170 2, 185 | wherewith to live or to give alms." Now it belongs properly 171 2, 185 | to ~them to live and give alms through the labor of their 172 2, 185 | under an obligation to ~give alms, and has no other means 173 2, 185 | for religious to live on alms?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 174 2, 185 | for religious to live on alms. For the ~Apostle (1 Tim. 175 2, 185 | livelihood to live on the alms of the Church, so that the 176 2, 185 | sin if they consume the alms belonging to the ~poor.~ 177 2, 185 | cannot lawfully live on ~the alms of the faithful.~Aquin.: 178 2, 185 | to give than to receive alms; for it is written (Acts 179 2, 185 | they ~should not live on alms, but rather should they 180 2, 185 | rather should they give alms of their ~handiwork.~Aquin.: 181 2, 185 | sin. Now the receiving of alms offers an occasion of sin, ~ 182 2, 185 | religious should not live on alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 183 2, 185 | refrain from ~living on alms. Hence Augustine says (De 184 2, 185 | religious may lawfully live ~on alms.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 185 2, 185 | without doubt ~they live on alms. Wherefore in like manner 186 2, 185 | that a person may accept an alms of some great property but 187 2, 185 | they can lawfully live on alms. Such necessity may ~occur 188 2, 185 | sense religious may live on alms as ~being due to them in 189 2, 185 | possessed, they may live on the alms ~given to the monastery. 190 2, 185 | live in idleness on the alms given to the poor. Hence 191 2, 185 | refrain from accepting ~alms, but also to give what they 192 2, 185 | the ~preachers may live on alms. Hence a gloss on Rm. 15: 193 2, 185 | for religious living on ~alms without doing any manual 194 2, 185 | of the Gospel to live on alms, as stated above ~(A[4]). 195 2, 185 | she desired "to receive alms, having poured forth all 196 2, 185 | he rejoiced in receiving ~alms even from his own servants. 197 2, 185 | by necessity to ask for alms. Hence it is enjoined to 198 2, 185 | unable to do so without the alms of the faithful. Thus ~alms 199 2, 185 | alms of the faithful. Thus ~alms are besought for the building 200 2, 185 | thus scholars ~may seek alms that they may devote themselves 201 2, 186 | to teaching, or ~giving alms to the poor, have been most 202 2, 187 | his sins. For if by giving alms a man may ~forthwith satisfy 203 2, 187 | Redeem thou thy ~sins with alms," much more does it suffice 204 3, 48 | Redeem thou thy sins with alms." Now Christ made ~satisfaction, 205 3, 64 | Redeem thou thy sins with alms." ~Therefore it seems that 206 3, 64 | some man were to carry ~alms to the poor with a wicked 207 3, 89 | their sins by ~fasts and alms, vigils and holy deeds." 208 Suppl, 6 | if a man were not to give alms of his superfluous ~goods, 209 Suppl, 14| Redeem thou thy sins with ~alms." Yet he was still a sinner, 210 Suppl, 14| satisfaction is almsdeeds. But alms given by ~one who is devoid 211 Suppl, 14| make satisfaction by giving alms.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] A[ 212 Suppl, 15| according to Lk. ~11:41: "Give alms, and behold all things are 213 Suppl, 15| those to whom a ~man gives alms he purchases other works 214 Suppl, 15| s neighbor is a ~kind of alms, and whatever act of worship 215 Suppl, 23| from them, or to receive alms from them. Likewise if anyone 216 Suppl, 27| to be gained by giving an alms, which a poor ~man is unable 217 Suppl, 71| thus from the giving of alms there ~follow the relief 218 Suppl, 71| whether of the altar or of any alms whatsoever are offered ~ 219 Suppl, 71| sacrifice of the altar and alms ~profit the departed?~Aquin.: 220 Suppl, 71| sacrifice of the altar and alms, ~or that they are not assisted 221 Suppl, 71| offerings of priests, ~or the alms of their friends, or the 222 Suppl, 71| far as they are a kind of alms: for they are given for 223 Suppl, 86| to redeem their sins with alms, and these ~have an admixture 224 Suppl, 93| reckoned among the spiritual alms deeds [*Cf. SS, ~Q[32],


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