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Loving-kindness (caritas, ) was not as yet ranked as a virtue.

Caritas is set not in the appetitus sensitivus, but in the will.

Only the fides which is formed and completed in caritas is a virtue (Art. 5).

Love (caritas—charity) is identified with justice; and the will, the goodwill, is love.

For the sake of thy charity, which is the head and the top of all the testaments, ut dicitur, caritas super exaltat omnia.

Caritas, or charity, strikes another note—high price, and thus dearness.

But this rational love (amor) and charity (caritas), the theologic virtue, may meet.

Caritas is one of the theological virtues, and as such Thomas treats it.

The custodian shows a cell which he points out as the scene of the "Caritas Romana."

Four names are applied to what pertains to the same: amor, dilectio, caritas, et amicitia.

WORD ORIGIN

Latin, literally "charity" (see charity).

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