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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fruits

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1 1, 10 | eternal" and ~we read "of the fruits of the eternal hills." ( 2 2, 11 | is derived from sensible fruits. But sensible fruit is that ~ 3 2, 11 | delight. Accordingly these ~fruits mentioned by the Apostle 4 2, 11 | wherefore they are called "fruits of the ~spirit": but not 5 2, 11 | Ambrose that they are called fruits because "we should ~desire 6 2, 55 | the Gifts, Beatitudes and ~Fruits; in the second place, of 7 2, 70 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE FRUITS OF THE HOLY GHOST (FOUR 8 2, 70 | We must now consider the Fruits of the Holy Ghost: under 9 2, 70 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the fruits of the Holy Ghost are acts?~( 10 2, 70 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the fruits of the Holy Ghost which 11 2, 70 | It would seem that the fruits of the Holy Ghost, enumerated 12 2, 70 | actions ~are not to be called fruits.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 13 2, 70 | actions should not be called fruits.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 14 2, 70 | OBJ 3: Further, among the fruits of the Holy Ghost, the Apostle 15 2, 70 | A[1]). Therefore the ~fruits are not actions.~Aquin.: 16 2, 70 | human actions are called fruits.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 17 2, 70 | yet these are ~not called fruits; but that only which is 18 2, 70 | human ~actions are called fruits: because operation is the 19 2, 70 | Ghost working in us, are fruits: but, in so far as they 20 2, 70 | 23): "My flowers are the fruits of honor ~and riches."~Aquin.: 21 2, 70 | virtuous deeds ~are called fruits because "they refresh those 22 2, 70 | are used in reckoning the fruits.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 23 2, 70 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the fruits differ from the beatitudes?~ 24 2, 70 | It would seem that the fruits do not differ from the beatitudes. ~ 25 2, 70 | beatitudes themselves are fruits of the Holy ~Ghost.~Aquin.: 26 2, 70 | actual possession, so are the fruits of the present life ~to 27 2, 70 | beatitude. Therefore the ~fruits of the present life are 28 2, 70 | differ from one ~another. But fruits and beatitudes are divided 29 2, 70 | enumerated. Therefore the fruits ~differ from the beatitudes.~ 30 2, 70 | beatitudes may be called fruits, but not vice ~versa. For 31 2, 70 | not vice ~versa. For the fruits are any virtuous deeds in 32 2, 70 | proves the beatitudes to be fruits, but not ~that all the fruits 33 2, 70 | fruits, but not ~that all the fruits are beatitudes.~Aquin.: 34 2, 70 | On the other hand the ~fruits of the present life are 35 2, 70 | wherefore ~not all the fruits are beatitudes. ~Aquin.: 36 2, 70 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the fruits are suitably enumerated 37 2, 70 | It would seem that the fruits are unsuitably enumerated 38 2, 70 | should not reckon twelve fruits.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 39 2, 70 | should not reckon twelve fruits.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 40 2, 70 | does not apply to all the fruits mentioned by the ~Apostle: 41 2, 70 | fundamental. Therefore too many fruits are enumerated.~Aquin.: 42 2, 70 | beatitudes may be called fruits; yet not all are mentioned 43 2, 70 | Therefore it seems that the fruits are insufficiently enumerated.~ 44 2, 70 | The number of the twelve fruits enumerated by the Apostle ~ 45 2, 70 | reference to them in the twelve ~fruits of which it is written ( 46 2, 70 | the tree bearing twelve fruits." Since, however, a fruit 47 2, 70 | difference ~between these fruits must be gathered from the 48 2, 70 | 4]). Wherefore among the fruits of the Holy Ghost, we ~reckon " 49 2, 70 | are spoken of as so many fruits.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 50 2, 70 | sixtyfold, and thirtyfold fruits do not ~differ as various 51 2, 70 | distinguish ~three evangelical fruits according to the three degrees 52 2, 70 | either works of the flesh, or fruits ~of the Spirit] there are; 53 2, 70 | Hence either more or fewer fruits might ~have been mentioned. 54 2, 70 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the fruits of the Holy Ghost are contrary 55 2, 70 | It would seem that the fruits of the Holy Ghost are not 56 2, 70 | the ~flesh are not called fruits. Therefore the fruits of 57 2, 70 | called fruits. Therefore the fruits of the Spirit are not ~contrary 58 2, 70 | works of the flesh than fruits of the Spirit. Therefore 59 2, 70 | the Spirit. Therefore the fruits of the ~Spirit and the works 60 2, 70 | OBJ 3: Further, among the fruits of the Spirit, the first 61 2, 70 | opposed. ~Therefore the fruits of the Spirit are not contrary 62 2, 70 | works of the flesh and the fruits of the Spirit may ~be taken 63 2, 70 | general: and in this way the fruits of ~the Holy Ghost considered 64 2, 70 | flesh are contrary to the fruits of the Spirit.~Aquin.: SMT 65 2, 70 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, both fruits and fleshly works as enumerated 66 2, 70 | 5:22,23, contrasts the fruits with the carnal works, ~ 67 2, 70 | works of virtue are called fruits, but not ~so works of vice.~ 68 2, 70 | are more numerous than the fruits of the spirit.~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 99 | who was ~the goddess of fruits), as some say: because, 70 2, 99 | were ~made to God from the fruits: or because, as Valerius 71 2, 102 | feast ~they had to take "the fruits of the fairest tree," i.e. 72 2, 102 | version renders 'first fruits'] of them," i.e. the first 73 2, 102 | commanded to look upon the ~fruits of the first three years 74 2, 102 | happened most frequently. The fruits, however, of the ~fourth 75 2, 102 | the firstlings of clean fruits, were offered to ~God: and 76 2, 103 | that "Cain offered, of ~the fruits of the earth, gifts to the 77 2, 105 | things. Secondly, as ~regards fruits. For all alike were allowed 78 2, 1 | also who have the first fruits of the ~Spirit." Therefore 79 2, 4 | gratuitous graces and the fruits are distinct from ~the virtues. 80 2, 4 | and likewise among the fruits (Gal. 5:23). Therefore faith 81 2, 4 | Faith is numbered among the fruits, in so far as it gives a 82 2, 4 | the Galatians, where the fruits are enumerated, ~explains 83 2, 8 | this gift?~(8) Which of the fruits?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[1] 84 2, 8 | Whether faith, among the fruits, responds to the gift of 85 2, 8 | would seem that, among the fruits, faith does not respond 86 2, 8 | appetite. Now, among the fruits, only one pertains to the 87 2, 8 | Therefore ~faith, among the fruits, responds to the gift of 88 2, 8 | 1/2~I answer that, The fruits of the Spirit, as stated 89 2, 8 | reason why there are several ~fruits pertaining to the appetitive 90 2, 18 | Which of the beatitudes and fruits correspond to it?~Aquin.: 91 2, 18 | FS, Q[70], A[2]) that the fruits ~correspond to the beatitudes. 92 2, 18 | beatitudes. Now none of the fruits correspond to the ~gift 93 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 4: As regards the fruits, it seems that those things ~ 94 2, 23 | increase the growth of ~the fruits of your justice." Now when 95 2, 27 | it is ~numbered among the Fruits (Gal. 5:22).~Aquin.: SMT 96 2, 28 | also numbered among the fruits, in so ~far as it is a final 97 2, 43 | full of mercy and good fruits, judging ~without dissimulation [* 98 2, 43 | full of mercy and good fruits." Thirdly, he should strive 99 2, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the fruits result from the beatitudes, 100 2, 50 | virtue. Now none ~of the fruits correspond to the gift of 101 2, 50 | knowledge is numbered among ~the fruits, but only such things as 102 2, 76 | house or ~land but also the fruits accruing to him therefrom, 103 2, 76 | therefrom, since they are the ~fruits of things owned by another 104 2, 84 | take the first of all thy fruits . . . and thou shalt go 105 2, 84 | that he had received the fruits of the earth from God, and 106 2, 84 | being a special part of the fruits of the ~earth: and since 107 2, 84 | account of the favor of the fruits of the earth, which were 108 2, 85 | whether of corn or of the fruits of trees, are ~the Lord' 109 2, 85 | aside the tithes of all ~thy fruits, that the earth bringeth 110 2, 85 | tithes refers only to "corn, fruits of trees" and animals "that ~ 111 2, 85 | bound. Tithes are due on the fruits of the earth, in so far 112 2, 85 | earth, in so far as ~these fruits are the gift of God. Wherefore 113 2, 98 | resigning the ~benefice and the fruits acquired therefrom, but 114 2, 98 | be understood ~of the net fruits, allowance being made for 115 2, 98 | incurred on account ~of the fruits), excepting those fruits 116 2, 98 | fruits), excepting those fruits that have been expended 117 2, 98 | obtained together with ~fruits still extant; but he is 118 2, 98 | not bound to restore the fruits which he ~has consumed, 119 2, 98 | OBJ 4: Money, property, or fruits simoniacally received, must 120 2, 115 | liberality requires; such are the fruits of his own ~possessions, 121 2, 116 | loveth riches shall have no fruits ~from them." Now not to 122 2, 119 | Which of the beatitudes and fruits corresponds to it?~Aquin.: 123 2, 119 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the fruits correspond to the beatitudes 124 2, 119 | 70], A[2]). Now among the fruits, goodness and ~benignity 125 2, 119 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the fruits goodness and benignity may 126 2, 121 | deeds of virtue are called ~"fruits because they refresh man' 127 2, 134 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the fruits differ from the virtues, 128 2, 134 | patience is reckoned among the fruits (Gal. ~5:22). Therefore 129 2, 137 | among the beatitudes and fruits correspond to it?~Aquin.: 130 2, 137 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the fruits are consequent upon the 131 2, 137 | to Ethic. i, 8. Now the ~fruits, apparently, include none 132 2, 137 | 3: There are two of the fruits which correspond sufficiently ~ 133 2, 149 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the fruits are distinct from the virtues. 134 2, 149 | chastity ~is reckoned among the fruits (Gal. 5:23). Therefore chastity 135 2, 149 | it is reckoned ~among the fruits.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 136 2, 155 | and (Gal. 5:23) among the fruits. Now the virtues differ 137 2, 155 | from ~the beatitudes and fruits. Therefore they are not 138 2, 155 | acts of virtue: while the fruits are ~delights in virtuous 139 2, 162 | which he does not win the fruits of the earth; hence the ~ 140 2, 183 | brought ~forth plenty of fruits," says: "Let no man claim 141 2, 184 | possessions, and dole out the fruits of their possessions to ~ 142 2, 185 | must ~first partake of the fruits," which a gloss explains 143 2, 186 | better to give to others the ~fruits of one's contemplation than 144 2, 186 | of giving to others the fruits of one's contemplation ~ 145 2, 186 | those ~who aim at giving the fruits of their contemplation to 146 3, 40 | delivers to ~others the fruits of his contemplation, is 147 3, 40 | man delivers to others the fruits of his ~contemplation, that 148 3, 43 | speaking? . . . and the fruits of those same words was 149 3, 46 | of the Passion; (3) the ~fruits of the Passion.~Aquin.: 150 3, 47 | persecutors. ~Therefore, that the fruits of His petition might accrue 151 3, 49 | that ~we may share in its fruits, according to Rm. 3:25: " 152 3, 52 | hell, and ~bestowed the fruits of His Passion on the saints 153 3, 52 | descent into ~hell brought the fruits of deliverance to them only 154 3, 52 | they did not receive the fruits of Christ's ~propitiation, 155 3, 53 | from the ~dead, the first fruits of them that sleep - because," 156 3, 72 | had ~received "the first fruits of the Spirit" (Rm. 8:23). 157 3, 74 | in the first ages, from fruits of ~the earth and sheep." 158 3, 78 | mention is made of the fruits of the Passion in the consecration 159 3, 78 | Christ's Passion and its fruits, in the consecration of 160 3, 80 | sacrament itself, and its fruits, and we have ~already spoken 161 3, 80 | daily so as to receive its fruits daily. Hence Ambrose says ~( 162 3, 83 | the participation of its fruits; and the time suitable for ~ 163 3, 83 | stand in daily ~need of the fruits of our Lord's Passion, this 164 3, 83 | faithful receive daily the fruits ~of His Passion: consequently, 165 3, 83 | shedding of the ~blood, and the fruits of the Passion, are signified 166 3, 83 | this sacrifice, and its fruits, proceed from the virtue 167 3, 90 | 3:8: "Bring forth . ~. . fruits worthy of penance." Therefore 168 Suppl, 13| 8): "Bring forth . ~. . fruits worthy of penance." Therefore 169 Suppl, 14| OBJ 1: This means that the fruits are reckoned, not from the 170 Suppl, 93| only?~(4) Whether three fruits are fittingly assigned to 171 Suppl, 93| that ~obtain in material fruits. For the material fruit 172 Suppl, 93| thus the virtues are called fruits, inasmuch as "they refresh 173 Suppl, 93| beatitude. Therefore the various fruits should ~correspond to none 174 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, fruits are so called from fruition. 175 Suppl, 93| hundredfold," which assigns the fruits to virginity, widowhood, 176 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~Whether three fruits are fittingly assigned to 177 Suppl, 93| It would seem that three fruits are unfittingly assigned 178 Suppl, 93| continence: because twelve fruits of the Spirit are ~assigned, " 179 Suppl, 93| these three. Therefore three fruits are unfittingly assigned 180 Suppl, 93| two-thirds thereof. Therefore the fruits are unfittingly ~adapted 181 Suppl, 93| the ~explanation of these fruits given by Bede is unfitting. 182 Suppl, 93| things. ~Consequently various fruits are distinguished according 183 Suppl, 93| it may be said that the ~fruits are not becoming to all 184 Suppl, 93| The distinction of the fruits is to be taken according


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