“WHEN SOMEONE STRIPS a man of his clothes, we call him a thief. And one who might clothe the naked and does not—should not he be given the same name? The bread in your cupboard belongs to the hungry; the coat in your wardrobe belongs to the naked; the shoes you let rot belong to the barefoot; the money in your vaults belongs to the destitute.”—Basil (“the Great”) of Caesarea (329–79), Christian bishop and theologian