Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
gratify 3
gratis 30
gratitude 65
gratuitous 183
gratuitously 27
gratuity 3
grave 95
Frequency    [«  »]
183 destroyed
183 determined
183 exterior
183 gratuitous
183 previously
183 supreme
182 apparently
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

gratuitous

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | strengthened by the infusion ~of gratuitous light; and sometimes also 2 1, 38 | contains the idea of a ~gratuitous donation. Now, the reason 3 1, 38 | reason of donation being gratuitous is ~love; since therefore 4 1, 43 | sanctifying grace, but also by gratuitous grace, as by faith and ~ 5 1, 43 | sanctifying grace, but a gratuitous grace. Therefore the divine 6 1, 43 | of prophecy and any other gratuitous graces. Hence ~gratuitous 7 1, 43 | gratuitous graces. Hence ~gratuitous grace is called the "manifestation 8 1, 38 | contains the idea of a ~gratuitous donation. Now, the reason 9 1, 38 | reason of donation being gratuitous is ~love; since therefore 10 1, 43 | sanctifying grace, but also by gratuitous grace, as by faith and ~ 11 1, 43 | sanctifying grace, but a gratuitous grace. Therefore the divine 12 1, 43 | of prophecy and any other gratuitous graces. Hence ~gratuitous 13 1, 43 | gratuitous graces. Hence ~gratuitous grace is called the "manifestation 14 1, 87 | mind, whether natural or ~gratuitous, is nothing else than the 15 1, 93 | whether by a natural or by a ~gratuitous knowledge. Hence Augustine 16 1, 107 | to the angels are given gratuitous gifts according to the ~ 17 1, 107 | distinguished ~according to the gratuitous gifts only, and not according 18 2, 51 | as is the case ~with all gratuitous virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 19 2, 66 | to refer to the ~gifts of gratuitous grace, which are not common 20 2, 68 | considered in one way as ~gratuitous graces, in so far, to wit, 21 2, 68 | already explained, as a gratuitous grace. This is ~clear from 22 2, 69 | those on whom we bestow our ~gratuitous bounty: hence it is written ( 23 2, 98 | born of his ~seed: but of gratuitous election and vocation. Hence 24 2, 98 | that it was merely from gratuitous election ~that the patriarchs 25 2, 105 | owner. ~There was a purely gratuitous transfer: thus it is written ( 26 2, 105 | the matter not only of ~gratuitous and absolute donations, 27 2, 105 | would no longer have been gratuitous. ~And especially was this 28 2, 109 | perfect nature man needs a gratuitous strength ~superadded to 29 2, 109 | without the addition of any gratuitous gift, though not ~without 30 2, 109 | But we must presuppose a gratuitous gift of God, Who ~moves 31 2, 109 | light of grace except by the gratuitous help of God moving him inwardly.~ 32 2, 110 | to be an ~effect of God's gratuitous will in whoever is said 33 2, 110 | that man is aided by God's gratuitous ~will in two ways: first, 34 2, 110 | something, and in this way the gratuitous effect in man is ~not a 35 2, 110 | man is helped by God's gratuitous will, ~inasmuch as a habitual 36 2, 111 | is fittingly divided into gratuitous grace and ~sanctifying grace?~( 37 2, 111 | 4) Of the division of gratuitous grace;~(5) Of the comparison 38 2, 111 | between sanctifying and gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 39 2, 111 | into sanctifying grace and gratuitous ~grace?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 40 2, 111 | into ~sanctifying grace and gratuitous grace. For grace is a gift 41 2, 111 | not to be divided against gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 42 2, 111 | and this gift is ~called "gratuitous grace," since it is bestowed 43 2, 111 | grace adds to the notion of gratuitous grace ~something pertaining 44 2, 111 | pleasing ~to God. And hence gratuitous grace which does not do 45 2, 111 | grace is taken for God's gratuitous motion ~whereby He moves 46 2, 111 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether gratuitous grace is rightly divided 47 2, 111 | OBJ 1: It would seem that gratuitous grace is not rightly divided 48 2, 111 | by God, may be called a ~gratuitous grace. Now there are an 49 2, 111 | pleasing to God. Hence ~gratuitous graces cannot be contained 50 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, gratuitous grace is distinguished from 51 2, 111 | place faith amongst the gratuitous graces, especially ~since 52 2, 111 | to be placed amongst the ~gratuitous gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 53 2, 111 | As was said above (A[1]), gratuitous grace is ordained to ~this, 54 2, 111 | teaching or persuading. Hence gratuitous grace ~embraces whatever 55 2, 111 | conferred upon us are called gratuitous graces, but only those that ~ 56 2, 111 | these ~are here set down as gratuitous graces.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 57 2, 111 | enumerated here under the gratuitous graces, not ~as a virtue 58 2, 111 | are set down as special ~gratuitous graces.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 59 2, 111 | are not numbered among the gratuitous ~graces in the same way 60 2, 111 | are numbered ~amongst the gratuitous graces, inasmuch as they 61 2, 111 | that are placed in the gratuitous graces, since, as Augustine 62 2, 111 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether gratuitous grace is nobler than sanctifying 63 2, 111 | OBJ 1: It would seem that gratuitous grace is nobler than sanctifying ~ 64 2, 111 | of one man alone, whereas gratuitous grace is ordained to the 65 2, 111 | stated above (AA[1],4). Hence gratuitous ~grace is nobler than sanctifying 66 2, 111 | only in himself; whereas by gratuitous grace a man works for ~the 67 2, 111 | perfection of others. Hence gratuitous grace is nobler than ~sanctifying 68 2, 111 | members of the Church, but gratuitous grace is the proper gift 69 2, 111 | members of the Church. Hence gratuitous grace is nobler than ~sanctifying 70 2, 111 | having enumerated the ~gratuitous graces adds: "And I shew 71 2, 111 | grace is more noble than gratuitous ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 72 2, 111 | with ~his last end, whereas gratuitous grace ordains a man to what 73 2, 111 | sanctifying ~grace is nobler than gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 74 2, 111 | other is ordained to it. Now gratuitous grace is ordained to the ~ 75 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If gratuitous grace could cause a man 76 2, 111 | it would follow that the gratuitous grace was the nobler; even 77 2, 111 | object that is lit up. But by gratuitous grace a man cannot cause ~ 78 2, 111 | dispositions towards it. Hence gratuitous ~grace needs not to be the 79 2, 114 | from God, than he who has gratuitous gifts as well as nature, ~ 80 2, 114 | first in ~the nature of a gratuitous gift, and thus it is manifest 81 2, 114 | anyone merits a further gratuitous gift by virtue ~of the preceding 82 2, 4 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the gratuitous graces and the fruits are 83 2, 4 | faith is numbered among the gratuitous graces (1 Cor. ~12:9) and 84 2, 4 | which is numbered among the gratuitous ~graces is lifeless faith. 85 2, 4 | without reason, since the ~gratuitous graces, which are mentioned 86 2, 4 | if we consider it ~as a gratuitous gift. We must, therefore, 87 2, 9 | knowledge is numbered among the gratuitous ~graces, which are not given 88 2, 22 | duty, or rather that of a gratuitous favor, as the Philosopher ~ 89 2, 23 | not of natural, but of gratuitous gifts, ~for, according to 90 2, 23 | proportionate to the matter, and in gratuitous gifts, that glory is ~proportionate 91 2, 23 | 36. Now charity and other gratuitous gifts are bestowed on the ~ 92 2, 29 | conferred as not due, is gratuitous, and in this respect is 93 2, 29 | is due before conferring gratuitous ~favors. But it is a man' 94 2, 43 | but belongs rather to the gratuitous graces, which the Holy Ghost ~ 95 2, 45 | act. On the ~other hand gratuitous prudence is caused by divine 96 2, 50 | the Holy Ghost ~and the gratuitous graces seems to be that 97 2, 50 | should be numbered among ~the gratuitous graces rather than among 98 2, 50 | others, ~may be due to a gratuitous grace; but that a man be 99 2, 61 | as God sometimes bestows ~gratuitous graces on the less worthy.~ 100 2, 76 | loan. Else if he wishes the gratuitous ~use of that thing in addition 101 2, 81 | from some grace, as from a gratuitous gift, ~since the very act 102 2, 98 | since they flow from the gratuitous will of God. Wherefore Our 103 2, 98 | their prayers; but by their gratuitous beneficence inspire the ~ 104 2, 98 | latter bears a likeness to a gratuitous remuneration.~Aquin.: SMT 105 2, 102 | OBJ 3: Further, the more gratuitous the service the more is 106 2, 102 | does out of duty is not gratuitous. Therefore ~if a man were 107 2, 102 | 3: A thing may be deemed gratuitous in two ways. In one way 108 2, 104 | OBJ 3: Further, the more a gratuitous favor is continuous, the 109 2, 122 | the danger of death, so gratuitous fortitude strengthens man' 110 2, 131 | with loss ~of the habit of gratuitous virtue. Hence it is possible 111 2, 135 | habitual grace, but also the gratuitous help of God sustaining ~ 112 2, 169 | Para. 1/4 - TREATISE ON GRATUITOUS GRACES (QQ[171]-182)~PERTAINING 113 2, 169 | reference to the various gratuitous graces, according to 1 Cor. ~ 114 2, 169 | Para. 2/4~With regard to gratuitous graces, which are the first 115 2, 169 | prophecy is reckoned among the gratuitous graces. Now ~grace is something 116 2, 169 | differentiated from the ~other gratuitous graces.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 117 2, 170 | prophecy is reckoned among the gratuitous graces. But ~the gratuitous 118 2, 170 | gratuitous graces. But ~the gratuitous graces are from the Holy 119 2, 170 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The gratuitous graces are ascribed to the 120 2, 170 | For ~prophecy like other gratuitous graces is given for the 121 2, 174 | must now consider those gratuitous graces that pertain to speech, 122 2, 174 | knowledge of all languages by a gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 123 2, 175 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE GRATUITOUS GRACE CONSISTING IN WORDS ( 124 2, 175 | We must now consider the gratuitous grace that attaches to words; 125 2, 175 | inquiry:~(1) Whether any gratuitous grace attaches to words?~( 126 2, 175 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any gratuitous grace attaches to words?~ 127 2, 175 | 1: It would seem that a gratuitous grace does not attach to 128 2, 175 | grace of words is not a gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 129 2, 175 | Therefore there is no gratuitous grace connected with words.~ 130 2, 175 | gift of the word is not a gratuitous grace. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 131 2, 175 | knowledge are reckoned gratuitous graces, the word of faith 132 2, 175 | likewise be placed among the gratuitous graces.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 133 2, 175 | 1/2~I answer that, The gratuitous graces are given for the 134 2, 176 | 1) Whether there is a gratuitous grace of working miracles?~( 135 2, 176 | 1/1~Whether there is a gratuitous grace of working miracles?~ 136 2, 176 | 1: It would seem that no gratuitous grace is directed to the 137 2, 176 | miracles does not belong to a gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 138 2, 176 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gratuitous graces are from the Holy 139 2, 176 | miracles does not belong to a gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 140 2, 176 | working of miracles" a gratuitous ~grace, any more than the " 141 2, 176 | if faith be ~reckoned a gratuitous grace, it is superfluous 142 2, 176 | working of signs as another gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 143 2, 176 | says that among other ~gratuitous graces, "to another" is 144 2, 176 | salvation, to ~which purpose the gratuitous graces are directed. Now 145 2, 176 | of miracles belongs to a ~gratuitous grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 146 2, 176 | miracles which is ascribed to a gratuitous grace, ~is done by God's 147 3, 2 | nature stands in need of the ~gratuitous will of God in order to 148 3, 2 | against nature, even as gratuitous ~things, which are from 149 3, 7 | in Christ there were any gratuitous graces?~(8) Whether in Christ 150 3, 7 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gratuitous graces were in Christ?~Aquin.: 151 3, 7 | It would seem that the gratuitous graces were not in Christ. 152 3, 7 | grace and truth." But the gratuitous graces would ~seem to be 153 3, 7 | seem that there were no ~gratuitous graces in Christ.~Aquin.: 154 3, 7 | all of which pertain to gratuitous graces: since He ~is "the 155 3, 7 | fitting for Christ to have the gratuitous graces.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 156 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, gratuitous graces are ordained to the 157 3, 7 | Therefore not all the ~gratuitous graces were in Christ.~Aquin.: 158 3, 7 | FS, Q[3], AA[1],4), the gratuitous ~graces are ordained for 159 3, 7 | it is clear that all the gratuitous graces were most ~excellently 160 3, 7 | and exterior, so likewise gratuitous grace is ordained to ~certain 161 3, 7 | here means by grace the gratuitous will of God, ~bestowing 162 3, 7 | both take ~place by the gratuitous will of God without merits.~ 163 3, 24 | temporal ~effect, which is some gratuitous gift of God. Therefore from 164 3, 24 | implies antecedence and gratuitous ~effect. And thus predestination 165 3, 24 | predestination by reason of its being gratuitous, ~we can say both that the 166 3, 27 | is the act ~of one of the gratuitous graces. Therefore she had 167 3, 37 | God always signify some gratuitous gift ~bestowed on them by 168 3, 46 | springs, denotes the depth of gratuitous grace." And, as Augustine ~ 169 3, 69 | species. And therefore ~gratuitous gifts are bestowed on the 170 3, 89 | of the penitent. But ~the gratuitous virtues are not caused through 171 3, 89 | through Penance. Now all the gratuitous virtues flow from grace, 172 3, 89 | him who sins more a more "gratuitous" favor is vouchsafed by 173 Suppl, 12| satisfaction is not, since merit is gratuitous, while satisfaction ~answers 174 Suppl, 12| satisfaction, ~it becomes something gratuitous on the part of the agent, 175 Suppl, 14| congruity." Now since in all gratuitous givings, the ~primary reason 176 Suppl, 34| differing in natural and gratuitous gifts. But all men are one 177 Suppl, 35| not sanctifying ~grace but gratuitous grace is given to counteract 178 Suppl, 35| not by sanctifying but by gratuitous grace, of which ~it is said ( 179 Suppl, 37| correspondence with the gratuitous graces which are indicated 180 Suppl, 37| of no account, for the ~gratuitous graces are not given, as 181 Suppl, 37| But this ~belongs to a gratuitous grace rather than to a sacramental 182 Suppl, 69| are able by the gifts of gratuitous grace to ~heal and work 183 Appen1, 2| the amount of the soul's ~gratuitous goodness is measured. Hence


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License