paupertas

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Quid faciunt leges, ubi sola pecunia regnat, aut ubi paupertas vincere nulla potest?
And ever the lasse that he ledeth, the lighter he is of herte--Cantabitpaupertas coram latrone viator [When poverty travels, even by thieves, she goes singingly]--And an hardy man of herte among an heep of theves; Forthi seith Seneca Paupertas est absque sollicitudine semita [The carefree path is poverty].
Tabarroni, Paupertas Christi et Apostolorum: L'ideale francescano in discussione (1322-1324) (Rome: Nella Sede dell'Isticuto Palazzo Borromini, 1990).
Postquam divitiae honori esse coepere et eas gloria, imperium, potentia sequebatur, hebescere virtus, paupertas probro haberi, innocentia pro malivolentia duci coepit.
3 asks "whether poverty is required for religious perfection" (utrum paupertas requiratur ad perfectionem religionis).
Hoc maxime considerent claustrales, quos oportet esse pauperes vel pauperibus similes; considerent illud philosophicum: Iocunda res est leta paupertas; si enim leta est, paupertas non est.
21: "Detrahere igitur alteri aliquid et hominem hominis incommodo suum commodum augere magis est contra naturam quam mors, quam paupertas, quam dolor, quam cetera, quae possunt aut corpori accidere aut rebus externus.
Repondetur quod paupertas existencium in ordine perfeccior est per se .
utrumque etenim istorum, amor scilicet et paupertas, causa est impulsiva.
49) Another clear indication of his poverty is given in the letter to Oberto and Guido da Romena, Epistola II in Toynbee's edition, where he complains of the "inopina paupertas quam fecit exilium," ("the unlooked-for poverty brought about by exile") (17-18).
While the first rule of St Clare says merely that |reluceat vilitas, austeritas et paupertas in forma, pretio, pariter et in colore' in the nuns' habit, and that their headdress may be of black and white, a thirteenth-century depiction of the saint and her nuns on a panel painted by the St Clare Master, preserved in the Basilica of St Clare in Assisi, shows the colour clearly.
4, nempe rursus fugiendum erit et tandem expugnata paupertas nova mendicitate revocanda ('no doubt it will be necessary to flee again and our poverty, that had finally been taken care of, will again call for a stint of begging').