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fruitful 18
fruitfulness 14
fruitio 1
fruition 82
fruitionem 1
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fruition

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1 1, 12 | vision responds to faith, and fruition responds to ~charity. For 2 1, 19 | we cannot attain to the fruition of that ~goodness, and these 3 1, 25 | the fact that it is the fruition ~of God; and the Blessed 4 1, 26 | as the use, or rather ~fruition, of the thing.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 62 | attains ~the end, is the fruition of beatitude. Even this 6 1, 62 | of beatitude, ~which is fruition; since the one belongs to 7 1, 65 | end, that end being the fruition of God. So, ~therefore, 8 1, 73 | made, but was happy in the ~fruition of Himself. Hence, when 9 1, 73 | we may find ours in its fruition.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 10 1, 63 | attains ~the end, is the fruition of beatitude. Even this 11 1, 63 | of beatitude, ~which is fruition; since the one belongs to 12 1, 66 | end, that end being the fruition of God. So, ~therefore, 13 1, 72 | made, but was happy in the ~fruition of Himself. Hence, when 14 1, 72 | we may find ours in its fruition.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 15 1, 107 | and in the unchangeable ~fruition of His goodness; to which 16 2, 11 | 1/1 - OF ENJOYMENT [*Or, Fruition], WHICH IS AN ACT OF THE 17 2, 11 | it seems that the word ~"fruition" is derived from sensible 18 2, 11 | is to be perceived. Hence fruition seems to have ~relation 19 2, 11 | Wherefore it is evident that fruition is the act ~of the appetitive 20 2, 11 | will. And as such is the fruition thereof: so that the ~intellect 21 2, 114 | human mind's movement to the fruition of ~the Divine good is the 22 2, 26 | for a time of the Divine fruition which pertains to love of ~ 23 2, 187 | refreshment of the divine fruition and the eternal rest of 24 3, 1 | the beatific vision or ~fruition. Therefore He came in order 25 3, 2 | the act of the soul in ~fruition; and therefore it cannot 26 3, 7 | God by a created act of fruition which could not be without 27 3, 7 | Himself for its object, the fruition of Whom ~man chiefly expects 28 3, 7 | conception Christ had the Divine fruition fully, as will be shown ~( 29 3, 7 | which consists in the Divine fruition.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[4] 30 3, 7 | vision, ~possession and fruition, and the like, have certain 31 3, 8 | this life, the third by the fruition ~of the life to come. Hence 32 3, 8 | the glory of the Divine fruition. Hence the mystical body ~ 33 3, 14 | bliss proper to the beatific fruition and vision, but the fulness 34 3, 19 | reward of beatitude, since fruition depends ~upon it. Hence 35 3, 19 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Fruition, which is an act of charity, 36 3, 21 | the hypostasis, but by the fruition of beatitude. Therefore 37 3, 46 | Passion hindered the joy of fruition?~(9) The time of the Passion;~( 38 3, 46 | entire soul enjoyed blessed fruition during the Passion?~Aquin.: 39 3, 46 | soul did not enjoy blessed ~fruition during the Passion. For 40 3, 46 | whole soul could not enjoy fruition.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 41 3, 46 | likewise the enjoyment of fruition is also the ~greatest, as 42 3, 46 | OBJ 3: Further, beatific "fruition" comes of the knowledge 43 3, 46 | whole soul did not enjoy fruition.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 44 3, 46 | it was blessed, ~to enjoy fruition, His Passion did not impede 45 3, 46 | His Passion did not impede fruition.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 46 3, 46 | His whole soul did enjoy ~fruition, inasmuch as it is the subject 47 3, 46 | superior part of the soul, fruition is ~attributed to the essence. 48 3, 46 | entire soul did not enjoy fruition: not ~directly, indeed, 49 3, 46 | directly, indeed, because fruition is not the act of any one 50 3, 46 | part of His soul enjoyed fruition perfectly while ~Christ 51 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 1: The joy of fruition is not opposed directly 52 3, 46 | same. ~And so the joy of fruition can appertain to the higher 53 3, 46 | soul is; whereas the joy of fruition (belongs to the soul) ~by 54 3, 53 | the soul, as the ~perfect fruition of God, or whether they 55 3, 54 | His conception by perfect ~fruition of the Godhead. But, as 56 3, 73 | sacrament foreshadows the Divine fruition, which shall come to pass 57 Suppl, 72| with God by the glory of fruition, as the ~Master says (Sent. 58 Suppl, 92| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, fruition gives happiness. Now fruition 59 Suppl, 92| fruition gives happiness. Now fruition is a dowry. ~Therefore a 60 Suppl, 92| Christ has perfect vision, fruition, and joy. Now these ~are 61 Suppl, 92| namely, "vision," "love" and "fruition." For the soul is united 62 Suppl, 92| corresponding to the memory, since fruition regards not the memory but ~ 63 Suppl, 92| corresponding to hope, since fruition corresponds rather to charity.~ 64 Suppl, 92| Christ. i, 4). Therefore fruition should not be reckoned ~ 65 Suppl, 92| soul ~are vision, love, and fruition. others reckon them to be 66 Suppl, 92| vision, ~comprehension, and fruition; others, vision, delight, 67 Suppl, 92| love as a dowry, others ~fruition (in so far as fruition regards 68 Suppl, 92| fruition (in so far as fruition regards the affective part) 69 Suppl, 92| 3]]; while others reckon fruition, not of hope, which ~is 70 Suppl, 92| faith, comprehension (or fruition in one sense) to ~hope, 71 Suppl, 92| one sense) to ~hope, and fruition (or delight according to 72 Suppl, 92| to ~charity). For perfect fruition such as will be had in heaven 73 Suppl, 92| the concupiscible, and ~fruition to the irascible, seeing 74 Suppl, 92| irascible, seeing that this fruition is acquired by a ~victory. 75 Suppl, 92| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Fruition corresponds to hope, in 76 Suppl, 92| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Fruition as including comprehension 77 Suppl, 92| faculty. But comprehension, or fruition as denoting ~comprehension, 78 Suppl, 93| this signification we have fruition which is a dowry: but we ~ 79 Suppl, 93| fruits are so called from fruition. But fruition belongs ~to 80 Suppl, 93| called from fruition. But fruition belongs ~to the essential 81 Suppl, 93| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Fruition does not take its name from 82 Suppl, 93| here in the sense in which fruition ~applies to delight in the


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