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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beatitudes

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1 1, 26 | does not embrace all other ~beatitudes. For there are some false 2 1, 26 | For there are some false beatitudes. But nothing false can be ~ 3 1, 26 | does not embrace all other ~beatitudes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 4 1, 26 | does not embrace all other beatitudes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 5 1, 26 | beatitude embraces all other beatitudes.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 6 2, 55 | them, namely the Gifts, Beatitudes and ~Fruits; in the second 7 2, 69 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE BEATITUDES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 8 2, 69 | We must now consider the beatitudes: under which head there 9 2, 69 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the beatitudes differ from the gifts and 10 2, 69 | 2) Of the rewards of the beatitudes: whether they refer to this 11 2, 69 | 3) Of the number of the beatitudes;~(4) Of the fittingness 12 2, 69 | rewards ascribed to the beatitudes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 13 2, 69 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the beatitudes differ from the virtues 14 2, 69 | It would seem that the beatitudes do not differ from the virtues ~ 15 2, 69 | Monte i, 4) assigns the ~beatitudes recited by Matthew (v 3, 16 2, 69 | 20, seqq., ascribes the ~beatitudes mentioned there, to the 17 2, 69 | virtues. Therefore the ~beatitudes do not differ from the virtues 18 2, 69 | and gifts. Therefore the beatitudes do not differ from them.~ 19 2, 69 | OBJ 3: Further, among the beatitudes are included meekness, justice, 20 2, 69 | be virtues. Therefore the beatitudes do not ~differ from the 21 2, 69 | things are included among the beatitudes, that ~are neither virtues 22 2, 69 | and peace. ~Therefore the beatitudes differ from the virtues 23 2, 69 | follow ~him. Consequently the beatitudes differ from the virtues 24 2, 69 | Augustine and Ambrose assign the beatitudes to the gifts ~and virtues, 25 2, 69 | Ambrose, in explaining the beatitudes propounded to the throng, ~ 26 2, 69 | who is ~explaining the beatitudes delivered to the disciples 27 2, 69 | rewards assigned to the beatitudes refer to this life?~Aquin.: 28 2, 69 | rewards assigned to the beatitudes do not ~refer to this life. 29 2, 69 | down in opposition to the ~beatitudes, Lk. 6:25, where we read: " 30 2, 69 | neither do the rewards of the beatitudes refer ~to this life.~Aquin.: 31 2, 69 | set down as merits in the ~beatitudes, are a kind of preparation 32 2, 69 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the beatitudes are suitably enumerated?~ 33 2, 69 | It would seem that the beatitudes are unsuitably enumerated. 34 2, 69 | unsuitably enumerated. For ~the beatitudes are assigned to the gifts, 35 2, 69 | active ~life. Therefore the beatitudes are insufficiently enumerated.~ 36 2, 69 | counsel: ~yet none of the beatitudes seems to be directly connected 37 2, 69 | or counsel. Therefore the beatitudes are insufficiently ~indicated.~ 38 2, 69 | with justice. Therefore the beatitudes are insufficiently ~enumerated.~ 39 2, 69 | OBJ 4: Further, many other beatitudes are mentioned in Holy Writ. 40 2, 69 | wisdom." ~Therefore the beatitudes are insufficiently enumerated.~ 41 2, 69 | Holy Ghost: whereas eight beatitudes are ~indicated.~Aquin.: 42 2, 69 | OBJ 6: Further, only four beatitudes are indicated in the sixth 43 2, 69 | 1/4~I answer that, These beatitudes are most suitably enumerated. 44 2, 69 | place, indicated certain beatitudes as ~removing the obstacle 45 2, 69 | they are included ~in the beatitudes, not as merits, but as rewards. 46 2, 69 | life, are included ~in the beatitudes. Now the effect of the active 47 2, 69 | something ultimate, the beatitudes do not include the acts 48 2, 69 | Reply OBJ 3: In applying the beatitudes to the gifts we may consider 49 2, 69 | way all the first five ~beatitudes may be assigned to knowledge 50 2, 69 | consider the motives of the beatitudes: and, in this ~way, some 51 2, 69 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: All the beatitudes mentioned in Holy Writ must 52 2, 69 | Hence he sets down the beatitudes according to the ~capacity 53 2, 69 | wherefore by these four beatitudes Our Lord ~excludes four 54 2, 69 | Whether the rewards of the beatitudes are suitably enumerated?~ 55 2, 69 | that the rewards of the beatitudes are unsuitably ~enumerated. 56 2, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the beatitudes are arranged in the ascending 57 2, 69 | considering the ~nature of the beatitudes in relation to the three 58 2, 69 | 3]). For the first three beatitudes concerned the ~withdrawal 59 2, 69 | rewards of the first three beatitudes correspond to ~these things 60 2, 69 | Body Para. 2/3~Two other beatitudes belong to the works of active 61 2, 69 | Our Lord assigns to these beatitudes rewards in ~correspondence 62 2, 69 | Body Para. 3/3~The last two beatitudes belong to contemplative 63 2, 69 | confirmation of all the ~beatitudes, so it deserves all the 64 2, 69 | deserves all the rewards of the beatitudes. Hence it ~returns to the 65 2, 70 | Whether they differ from the beatitudes?~(3) Of their number?~(4) 66 2, 70 | the fruits differ from the beatitudes?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 67 2, 70 | fruits do not differ from the beatitudes. ~For the beatitudes are 68 2, 70 | the beatitudes. ~For the beatitudes are assigned to the gifts, 69 2, 70 | Holy Ghost. Therefore the beatitudes themselves are fruits of 70 2, 70 | the present life ~to the beatitudes of the present life, which 71 2, 70 | the present life are the beatitudes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 72 2, 70 | another. But fruits and beatitudes are divided into different 73 2, 70 | fruits ~differ from the beatitudes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 74 2, 70 | excellent. Hence all the beatitudes may be called fruits, but 75 2, 70 | one delights: ~whereas the beatitudes are none but perfect works, 76 2, 70 | This argument proves the beatitudes to be fruits, but not ~that 77 2, 70 | that all the fruits are beatitudes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 78 2, 70 | not all the fruits are beatitudes. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 79 2, 70 | stated (A[2]) that all ~the beatitudes may be called fruits; yet 80 2, 8 | gifts;~(7) Which of the beatitudes corresponds to this gift?~( 81 2, 18 | heaven?~(12) Which of the beatitudes and fruits correspond to 82 2, 18 | fruits ~correspond to the beatitudes. Now none of the fruits 83 2, 18 | therefore, does any of the beatitudes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 84 2, 18 | perfect virtue, all the ~beatitudes belong to the perfection 85 2, 28 | it is ~placed among the beatitudes, which are acts of perfect 86 2, 43 | peace is numbered among the beatitudes. As to the things that ~ 87 2, 50 | of counsel. For all the beatitudes are ~acts of virtue, as 88 2, 50 | the fruits result from the beatitudes, for they denote a ~certain 89 2, 81 | petitions to the gifts and beatitudes. He says: "If it is fear 90 2, 119 | Ghost?~(2) Which of the beatitudes and fruits corresponds to 91 2, 119 | fruits correspond to the beatitudes and gifts, as ~stated above ( 92 2, 119 | answer that, In adapting the beatitudes to the gifts a twofold ~ 93 2, 119 | this way one must adapt the beatitudes to the gifts ~according 94 2, 119 | thus the fourth and fifth ~beatitudes would correspond to piety, 95 2, 119 | Reply OBJ 2: Taking the beatitudes and gifts according to their 96 2, 119 | to their order, different beatitudes correspond ~to them, although 97 2, 137 | gift?~(2) Which among the beatitudes and fruits correspond to 98 2, 137 | are consequent upon the beatitudes, since ~delight is essential 99 2, 137 | Augustine makes the ~beatitudes correspond to the gifts 100 2, 155 | included (Mt. 5:4) among the ~beatitudes, and (Gal. 5:23) among the 101 2, 155 | virtues differ from ~the beatitudes and fruits. Therefore they 102 2, 155 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The beatitudes are acts of virtue: while 103 Suppl, 86| destruction: wherefore among the beatitudes whereby we advance ~to perfection, 104 Suppl, 93| says that "all the other beatitudes are perfected in the ~eighth,


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