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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 88 | Augustine, in a sermon on Purgatory (De Sanctis, serm. ~xli), 2 2, 88 | Augustine says in a sermon on Purgatory (De Sanctis, serm. xli) 3 2, 89 | trials in this life, or of purgatory after this life, and yet ~ 4 2, 17 | whether of this ~life or in purgatory, because in either case 5 2, 71 | a homily On the Fire of Purgatory [*Serm. ~civ in the appendix 6 2, 74 | a homily On the Fire of Purgatory [*Serm. civ in the appendix 7 2, 81 | or even some ~who are in Purgatory, are closely united to God 8 2, 81 | are in this world or in Purgatory, do not yet ~enjoy the vision 9 2, 81 | above, so are those in ~Purgatory, for they can no longer 10 2, 81 | longer sin. Now those in Purgatory do not pray ~for us, on 11 2, 81 | OBJ 3: Those who are in Purgatory though they are above us 12 2, 113 | Augustine in a sermon on Purgatory (xli, de Sanctis) ~reckons 13 2, 146 | Augustine says in a sermon on Purgatory [*Cf. Append. to ~St. Augustine' 14 2, 148 | Augustine ~says in a sermon on Purgatory [*Serm. civ in the Appendix 15 3, 46 | the pain of a ~sufferer in purgatory, or in hell, or even Adam' 16 3, 52 | Whether He delivered men from Purgatory?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 17 3, 52 | the ~lost, or else into Purgatory, where men are tormented 18 3, 52 | them who were detained in ~Purgatory He gave hope of attaining 19 3, 52 | hell delivered souls from purgatory?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 20 3, 52 | hell delivered ~souls from Purgatory - for Augustine says (Ep. 21 3, 52 | suffering except those in Purgatory. Consequently Christ ~delivered 22 3, 52 | Christ ~delivered souls from Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 23 3, 52 | souls are delivered from Purgatory by the ~sacraments, especially 24 3, 52 | were souls delivered ~from Purgatory by the presence of Christ 25 3, 52 | delivered ~them who were in Purgatory from the punishment of the 26 3, 52 | from the punishment of Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 27 3, 52 | He permits us to go to ~Purgatory. Therefore, by descending 28 3, 52 | not deliver souls ~from Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 29 3, 52 | as those who are now in Purgatory, ~were not set free from 30 3, 52 | were not set free from Purgatory by Christ's descent into 31 3, 52 | as are now set free from Purgatory by virtue of ~Christ's Passion, 32 3, 52 | from being ~delivered from Purgatory by Christ's descent into 33 3, 52 | concluded that ~all who were in Purgatory were delivered from it, 34 3, 52 | the temporal punishment of Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 35 3, 52 | Eucharist delivers men ~from Purgatory inasmuch as it is a satisfactory 36 3, 52 | all were delivered ~from Purgatory by Christ's descent into 37 3, 52 | prevent those detained in ~Purgatory being delivered by Christ 38 3, 52 | the debt of punishment in Purgatory which pertains to personal ~ 39 3, 69 | regard to those who are in purgatory. Therefore it is not the ~ 40 3, 83 | their souls are either in ~purgatory, or in heaven. However, 41 Suppl, 4 | punishment. But ~the souls in purgatory grieve for their sensible 42 Suppl, 4 | 3: Further, the pain of purgatory satisfies for sin. But ~ 43 Suppl, 4 | If therefore the souls in purgatory could have contrition, it ~ 44 Suppl, 4 | while those which are in purgatory have a sorrow for their 45 Suppl, 4 | Reply OBJ 2: The souls in purgatory grieve for their sins; but 46 Suppl, 4 | which the souls suffer in purgatory, cannot, ~properly speaking, 47 Suppl, 8 | hand, the punishment of Purgatory is only for ~the payment 48 Suppl, 8 | he would be punished in Purgatory: but it was in expiation 49 Suppl, 8 | Hence he is punished less in Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[7] 50 Suppl, 10| remains to be suffered in Purgatory by those who also have been 51 Suppl, 10| will be less punished in Purgatory than one who has gone no ~ 52 Suppl, 13| him who is ~punished in Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[13] A[ 53 Suppl, 18| temporal ~punishment either in Purgatory or in this world. Therefore 54 Suppl, 18| to the punishment due in Purgatory, ~so that one who has been 55 Suppl, 18| satisfaction, is ~less punished in Purgatory, than if he had died before 56 Suppl, 25| which he ~has deserved in Purgatory according to God's judgment, 57 Suppl, 25| punished more severely in Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 58 Suppl, 69| those who are detained in purgatory, as evidenced by many instances ~ 59 Suppl, 69| as temporal punishment in purgatory and eternal ~punishment 60 Suppl, 69| If, therefore, hell and purgatory be not the ~same it would 61 Suppl, 69| sin: nor would he be in purgatory, where there is none ~but 62 Suppl, 69| their reward, which abode is purgatory. ~Therefore, on the other 63 Suppl, 69| person, and thus we have purgatory where souls are detained 64 Suppl, 69| punished ~temporally in purgatory, through its having grace 65 Suppl, 71| profit those who are in purgatory?~(7) Whether they avail 66 Suppl, 71| include also the punishment of purgatory ~which is sometimes entirely 67 Suppl, 71| profit those who are in purgatory?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 68 Suppl, 71| profit even those who are in ~purgatory. For purgatory is a part 69 Suppl, 71| who are in ~purgatory. For purgatory is a part of hell. Now " 70 Suppl, 71| profit ~those who are in purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 71 Suppl, 71| Further, the punishment of purgatory is finite. Therefore if 72 Suppl, 71| 3: Further, souls are in purgatory in order that they may be ~ 73 Suppl, 71| diminish the punishment of purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 74 Suppl, 71| availed those who are in purgatory, those ~especially would 75 Suppl, 71| not avail those who are in purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 76 Suppl, 71| those who are detained in purgatory. Therefore, ~etc.~Aquin.: 77 Suppl, 71| persons are ~detained in purgatory. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 78 Suppl, 71| that, The punishment of purgatory is intended to supplement 79 Suppl, 71| profit those who ~are in purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 80 Suppl, 71| punishment of those who are ~in purgatory be entirely done away by 81 Suppl, 71| soul by the punishment of purgatory is ~nothing else than the 82 Suppl, 71| and the punishment of purgatory is ~temporal - although 83 Suppl, 71| Church. Now those who are in purgatory are members of the ~Church, 84 Suppl, 71| with him and detained in purgatory, will gain so much ~indulgence," 85 Suppl, 71| can ~release souls from purgatory just as he lists, since 86 Suppl, 71| than the others who are in purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 87 Suppl, 71| viii). Consequently many in purgatory rejoice in one good deed ~ 88 Suppl, 71| to release all who are in purgatory: and ~consequently general 89 Suppl, 71| punishment of those who are in purgatory is expiated by one sacrifice 90 Suppl, 72| here below for some ~one in purgatory were to be multiplied, he 91 Suppl, 72| pray for those who are in ~purgatory on the same account as for 92 Suppl, 72| punishment those who are in ~purgatory. But this is not true because, 93 Suppl, 72| with the pain endured in purgatory. The third is ~because the 94 Suppl, 72| instrument. ~Wherefore even in purgatory, where souls will be punished 95 Suppl, 72| which is awarded to ~them in purgatory is not a retribution simply, 96 Suppl, 72| the soul by the fire of purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 97 Suppl, 90| merits, so are ~there now in purgatory, and were in the limbo of 98 Suppl, 90| are not distinguished in purgatory and limbo. Therefore in 99 Suppl, 90| were in limbo or are now in purgatory have not ~yet attained to 100 Suppl, 90| are not ~distinguished in purgatory or limbo, but only in heaven 101 Suppl, 94| even as the punishment of purgatory is due to venial ~sin, so 102 Suppl, 94| fire is stated to be in purgatory, as appears from ~the words 103 Suppl, 94| OBJ 2: The punishment of purgatory is not intended chiefly 104 Suppl, 96| punishments of ~this world and of purgatory according to Divine justice.~ 105 Suppl, 96| or of the punishment of purgatory which will be ~after death.~ 106 Suppl, 96| after the punishment of purgatory, which he calls a scourging. ~ 107 Appen1, 2| SIN OR ITS PUNISHMENT IN PURGATORY (SIX ARTICLES) ~(tm) We 108 Appen1, 2| actual sins in the fire of Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 109 Appen1, 2| 1) Whether the pain of Purgatory surpasses all the temporal 110 Appen1, 2| 3) Whether the souls in Purgatory are punished by the demons?~( 111 Appen1, 2| expiated by the pains of ~Purgatory?~(5) Whether the fire of 112 Appen1, 2| 5) Whether the fire of Purgatory frees from the debt of punishment?~( 113 Appen1, 2| 1/1~Whether the pains of Purgatory surpass all the temporal 114 Appen1, 2| would seem that the pains of Purgatory do not surpass all the ~ 115 Appen1, 2| 2: Further, the pains of Purgatory are directly ordained against ~ 116 Appen1, 2| fault. Therefore the pain of Purgatory is the lightest ~of all.~ 117 Appen1, 2| Sanctis): "This fire ~of Purgatory will be more severe than 118 Appen1, 2| 1/2 ~I answer that, In Purgatory there will be a twofold 119 Appen1, 2| both the least ~pain of Purgatory surpasses the greatest pain 120 Appen1, 2| follows that the pain of Purgatory, both of loss and of sense, ~ 121 Appen1, 2| voluntary. For those who ~are in Purgatory are upright in heart. Now 122 Appen1, 2| view. Now those who are in Purgatory know that they ~cannot obtain 123 Appen1, 2| willingly. Now those who are in Purgatory ask to be set free, as ~ 124 Appen1, 2| sense the punishment of Purgatory is said to be ~voluntary.~ 125 Appen1, 2| way, because the ~souls in Purgatory are so replete with suffering, 126 Appen1, 2| 1/1~Whether the soul in Purgatory are punished by the demons?~ 127 Appen1, 2| would seem that the souls in Purgatory are punished by the ~demons; 128 Appen1, 2| the former. ~Therefore in Purgatory also they will torture souls 129 Appen1, 2| victory. Now those who are in Purgatory ~have triumphed over the 130 Appen1, 2| expiated by the pains of Purgatory as regards the ~guilt?~Aquin.: 131 Appen1, 2| expiated by the pains of ~Purgatory as regards the guilt. For 132 Appen1, 2| atone for venial sin in ~Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 133 Appen1, 2| venial sin is not remitted in Purgatory as to ~its guilt.~Aquin.: 134 Appen1, 2| expiated by the fire of ~Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 135 Appen1, 2| expiated by the fire of Purgatory, as regards the debt of 136 Appen1, 2| cleansed by the fire of Purgatory as to their ~guilt.~Aquin.: 137 Appen1, 2| stubble are consumed in Purgatory. ~Therefore venial sins 138 Appen1, 2| this life by the fire of Purgatory: ~because this punishment 139 Appen1, 2| its ~guilt is remitted in Purgatory by virtue of grace, not 140 Appen1, 2| separate soul that is in Purgatory, wherefore ~this soul cannot 141 Appen1, 2| in the ~separate soul in Purgatory. Hence the comparison fails.~ 142 Appen1, 2| sense. Consequently ~in Purgatory there can be a meritorious 143 Appen1, 2| 1/1~Whether the fire of Purgatory delivers from the debt of 144 Appen1, 2| would seem that the fire of Purgatory does not deliver from ~the 145 Appen1, 2| Therefore the ~fire of Purgatory does not deliver from punishment.~ 146 Appen1, 2| punishment by the punishment of Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 147 Appen1, 2| and not by the fire of ~Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 148 Appen1, 2| the contrary, The pains of Purgatory are more grievous than all 149 Appen1, 2| effected by the punishment of ~Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 150 Appen1, 2| Accordingly ~the punishment of Purgatory cleanses from the debt of 151 Appen1, 2| severely is it punished in Purgatory. Now ~there is the same 152 Appen1, 2| seemingly it is the ~same in Purgatory.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 153 Appen1, 2| sin is punished longer in Purgatory than another.~Aquin.: SMT 154 Appen1, 2| that some are tormented in Purgatory longer ~than others, for 155 Appen1, 2| sin which is ~punished in Purgatory, as stated above (A[6]).~ 156 Appen2 | APPENDIX 2~TWO ARTICLES ON PURGATORY~ 157 Appen2, 1| 1/1~Whether there is a Purgatory after this life?~Aquin.: 158 Appen2, 1| seem that there is not a Purgatory after this life. For ~it 159 Appen2, 1| cleansed. Therefore there is no Purgatory after this life.~Aquin.: 160 Appen2, 1| reward; and consequently no Purgatory awaits them after ~this 161 Appen2, 1| after death by the fire of Purgatory." ~Therefore there remains 162 Appen2, 1| sufficiently clear that there is a ~Purgatory after this life. For if 163 Appen2, 1| Wherefore those who deny Purgatory speak against the justice 164 Appen2, 1| understood except as referring to Purgatory: ~and whosoever resists 165 Appen2, 1| fire']." But the fire of Purgatory is temporary, as ~the Master 166 Appen2, 1| whereas the ~punishment of Purgatory is called by one name only, 167 Appen2, 1| Therefore the fire of Purgatory is the same as the fire 168 Appen2, 1| descended into hell. Therefore Purgatory is either close ~to, or 169 Appen2, 1| about the ~situation of Purgatory, nor is it possible to offer 170 Appen2, 1| there is a ~twofold place of Purgatory. one, according to the common 171 Appen2, 1| and thus ~the place of Purgatory is situated below and in 172 Appen2, 1| and cleanses ~the just in Purgatory; although the damned being 173 Appen2, 1| place. Another place of Purgatory is according to ~dispensation: 174 Appen2, 1| common law the place of ~Purgatory is where man sins. This 175 Appen2, 1| Reply OBJ 1: The fire of Purgatory is eternal in its substance, 176 Appen2, 1| purpose of the punishment of Purgatory is to cleanse ~us from the 177 Appen2, 1| fire only is ~ascribed to Purgatory, because fire cleanses and


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