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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 62 | Further, if a beatified angel merited his beatitude, he did so ~ 2 1, 62 | that both man and ~angel merited their beatitude.~Aquin.: 3 1, 62 | difficulty in saying that he merited beatitude: as ~also, if 4 1, 62 | and that by such grace he merited beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 62 | Consequently, if the ~angel merited beatitude by one act of 6 1, 62 | one act of his will, he merited it in the ~first instant 7 1, 62 | of ~charity, whereby he merited beatitude. The reason whereof 8 1, 62 | acts. Now their act which merited ~beatitude could not be 9 1, 62 | in one of which the angel merited beatitude, ~and in another 10 1, 63 | he had grace, he thereby ~merited beatitude. But with the 11 1, 63 | were created in ~grace, all merited in their first instant. 12 1, 63 | beatitude ~which they had merited.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 13 1, 63 | devil, created in grace, merited in the first instant, he 14 1, 63 | Further, if a beatified angel merited his beatitude, he did so ~ 15 1, 63 | that both man and ~angel merited their beatitude.~Aquin.: 16 1, 63 | difficulty in saying that he merited beatitude: as ~also, if 17 1, 63 | and that by such grace he merited beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 63 | Consequently, if the ~angel merited beatitude by one act of 19 1, 63 | one act of his will, he merited it in the ~first instant 20 1, 63 | of ~charity, whereby he merited beatitude. The reason whereof 21 1, 63 | acts. Now their act which merited ~beatitude could not be 22 1, 63 | in one of which the angel merited beatitude, ~and in another 23 1, 64 | he had grace, he thereby ~merited beatitude. But with the 24 1, 64 | were created in ~grace, all merited in their first instant. 25 1, 64 | beatitude ~which they had merited.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 26 1, 64 | devil, created in grace, merited in the first instant, he 27 1, 94 | that "man would not ~have merited in resisting temptation; 28 2, 69 | man receives more than he merited or was able to ~desire. 29 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 2: Solomon neither merited nor received wisdom whilst 30 2, 114 | some good, unless he has merited it condignly. Therefore ~ 31 2, 114 | in the one for whom it is merited. Much more, therefore, is 32 2, 114 | and in him for whom it is merited; for both these are in the 33 2, 114 | anyone receives the reward he merited no other reward ~is due 34 2, 81 | the saints while living merited to pray for ~us, that we 35 2, 108 | Gregory, and not that they merited ~by that lie to lose the 36 2, 108 | though they had already merited ~it by their preceding kindliness, 37 2, 149 | purpose, whereby she has merited to be holy even in body, ~ 38 3, 1 | say: "O happy fault, that merited such and so ~great a Redeemer!"~ 39 3, 2 | the ~Incarnation and its merited fulfilment are hinted at." 40 3, 2 | But the ancient Fathers merited eternal life, to which they ~ 41 3, 2 | it ~would seem that they merited the Incarnation.~Aquin.: 42 3, 2 | Virgin it is sung that "she merited to ~bear the Lord of all" [* 43 3, 2 | other man whatsoever have merited this ~union condignly: first, 44 3, 2 | nature. Yet the holy Fathers merited ~the Incarnation congruously 45 3, 2 | Blessed Virgin is said to have merited to bear the Lord ~of all; 46 3, 2 | Lord ~of all; not that she merited His Incarnation, but because 47 3, 2 | grace ~bestowed upon her she merited that grade of purity and 48 3, 19 | Christ by His human operation merited anything for Himself?~(4) 49 3, 19 | Himself?~(4) Whether He merited anything for us by it?~Aquin.: 50 3, 19 | Therefore by ~obeying He merited His exaltation and thus 51 3, 19 | His exaltation and thus He merited something for ~Himself.~ 52 3, 19 | to Him by merit. Hence He merited ~neither grace nor knowledge 53 3, 19 | did not merit. Hence if He merited by charity, ~it does not 54 3, 19 | not possible that Christ merited for others.~Aquin.: SMT 55 3, 19 | 4. ~Therefore if Christ merited our salvation it follows 56 3, 22 | But by His passion He merited, not only for others, but 57 3, 34 | that which a man has once merited he makes, in a way, ~his 58 3, 34 | his. If, therefore, Christ merited in ~the first instant of 59 3, 34 | follows that afterwards He ~merited nothing. But this is evidently 60 3, 34 | been possible had He not ~merited in the first instant of 61 3, 34 | conception. Therefore Christ merited ~in the first instant of 62 3, 34 | immortality, which He also merited ~in the first instant of 63 3, 34 | precedes punishment. But Christ merited in the first instant of 64 3, 42 | of the cross that Christ ~merited power and lordship over 65 3, 46 | on Christ's part, ~who merited the glory of being exalted, 66 3, 46 | delivered man from sin, but also merited justifying grace for him ~ 67 3, 48 | of His conception Christ merited for ~Himself and for us, 68 3, 48 | over again what has been merited before. Therefore ~by His 69 3, 48 | lowliness" of the ~Passion "merited glory; glory was the reward 70 3, 48 | Therefore it appears that He merited the ~salvation of the faithful.~ 71 3, 48 | Consequently Christ by His Passion ~merited salvation, not only for 72 3, 48 | of His conception Christ merited our ~eternal salvation; 73 3, 49 | doing works of justice, merited to ~enter into the heavenly 74 3, 49 | 4: Christ by His Passion merited for us the opening of the ~ 75 3, 49 | Whether by His Passion Christ merited to be exalted?~Aquin.: SMT 76 3, 49 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Christ merited for Himself from the first 77 3, 49 | And, consequently, He ~merited a four-fold exaltation from 78 3, 49 | virtues; but in the Passion He merited His exaltation by way of ~ 79 3, 49 | greater honor, when ~He had merited it by His Passion. But it 80 3, 52 | towards Christ's death, so merited, that when He descended, 81 3, 53 | But Christ by His Passion merited the ~Resurrection, as Augustine 82 3, 53 | by praying besought and merited His Resurrection, as ~man 83 3, 54 | Resurrection. Secondly, because He merited the ~glory of His Resurrection 84 3, 57 | salvation in so far as He ~merited it. But He merited nothing 85 3, 57 | as He ~merited it. But He merited nothing for us by His Ascension, 86 3, 59 | human nature in Christ merited to be ~exalted above the 87 3, 89 | reward from one who has merited it is an ~injustice, which 88 3, Note| heavenly reward which he had merited by writing so well ~of his 89 3, Note| heavenly reward which he had merited by writing so well ~of his 90 Suppl, 25| the recipient and Him Who ~merited it - and this is brought 91 Suppl, 71| while living in the body merited that such things ~should 92 Suppl, 71| according ~as while living they merited to be assisted after death. 93 Suppl, 71| as during this life they merited that they might ~avail them 94 Suppl, 71| Enchiridion cx]. Now some merited ~that suffrages might avail 95 Suppl, 71| conditional, for in this way they merited ~that suffrages would profit 96 Suppl, 71| no suffrages are offered merited to be assisted after death 97 Suppl, 72| for while living they merited that their prayers should 98 Suppl, 72| obtains that which was not merited either by the ~suppliant, 99 Suppl, 85| sentenced unjustly Christ merited ~His judiciary power, He 100 Suppl, 86| through being judged unjustly merited as man to ~be judge of all 101 Suppl, 86| and by His ~humility He merited His exaltation to judicial 102 Suppl, 87| through His Passion Christ ~merited lordship and judicial power 103 Suppl, 87| has authority of lordship merited through His Passion. ~The 104 Suppl, 87| human nature wherein He merited it. Hence in the ~aforesaid 105 Suppl, 88| insensible creatures have merited nothing, it would seem that 106 Suppl, 88| insensible bodies will not ~have merited this glory, yet man merited 107 Suppl, 88| merited this glory, yet man merited that this glory should be ~ 108 Suppl, 88| splendor the robes nowise merited themselves.~Aquin.: SMT 109 Suppl, 88| plants nor any other bodies merited ~anything by their services 110 Suppl, 88| rewarded in so far as man merited that ~those things should 111 Suppl, 88| granted even that dumb animals merited by serving man, it would 112 Suppl, 93| Reply OBJ 4: All the angels merited their beatitude by the same 113 Suppl, 93| Therefore no aureole will be merited in the future life for ~ 114 Suppl, 93| body. But the aureole is merited through works ~of the body. 115 Appen1, 2| in ~merits, because a man merited here that his punishment


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