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1 1, 1 | either of ~nature or of grace, in place of a definition, 2 1, 1 | doctrine. Since therefore grace does not destroy nature 3 1, 2 | natural knowledge, even ~as grace presupposes nature, and 4 1, 8 | unlikeness to Him in nature or grace; as also He ~is above all 5 1, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, as grace is a perfection added to 6 1, 8 | persons in a special way by grace, it seems that ~according 7 1, 8 | more familiarly in some by ~grace" [*The quotation is from 8 1, 8 | possesses this prerogative by grace, as ~will be shown later ( 9 1, 8 | be thus in the saints by grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[3] 10 1, 8 | other perfection, except grace, added to substance, ~renders 11 1, 8 | and loved; therefore ~only grace constitutes a special mode 12 1, 12 | knowledge of God through grace ~above the knowledge of 13 1, 12 | perfection superadded ~of grace or of glory. Therefore, 14 1, 12 | contrary, It is written: "The grace of God is life everlasting" ~( 15 1, 12 | the created intellect by grace, and not by ~nature.~Aquin.: 16 1, 12 | of God, unless God by His grace unites ~Himself to the created 17 1, 12 | nature to a higher level by grace. The proof is, that ~sight 18 1, 12 | resolution of parts; it can by grace be raised up to ~know separate 19 1, 12 | should be added by divine grace. Now this increase ~of the 20 1, 12 | knowledge of God's essence is by grace, it belongs ~only to the 21 1, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether by grace a higher knowledge of God 22 1, 12 | OBJ 1: It seems that by grace a higher knowledge of God 23 1, 12 | the knowledge conferred by grace. But ~to be united to God 24 1, 12 | not more known to us by grace than by ~natural reason.~ 25 1, 12 | the ~knowledge given by grace. For Dionysius says (Coel. 26 1, 12 | know God ~more fully by grace than by natural reason.~ 27 1, 12 | intellect adheres to God by grace of faith. But ~faith does 28 1, 12 | excellent knowledge of God by ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 29 1, 12 | perfect knowledge of God by grace than by ~natural reason. 30 1, 12 | assisted by the revelation of ~grace. For the intellect's natural 31 1, 12 | Although by the revelation of grace in this life we cannot ~ 32 1, 20 | found equal, in the order of grace and of glory: since ~according 33 1, 20 | better loved who have most grace. Other things being equal, 34 1, 20 | be answered that gifts of grace, equal in themselves, are 35 1, 23 | definition of eternity. ~But grace, which is something temporal, 36 1, 23 | predestination is the preparation of grace in the ~present; and of 37 1, 23 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Grace does not come into the definition 38 1, 23 | predestination ~implies a relation to grace, as of cause to effect, 39 1, 23 | includes the will to confer grace and glory; so also ~reprobation 40 1, 23 | in this ~life - namely, grace. Reprobation, however, is 41 1, 23 | reprobated and deserted by grace. In this way, the word of 42 1, 23 | reprobated cannot obtain grace, this must not be understood 43 1, 23 | reprobated by God cannot acquire grace, ~nevertheless that he falls 44 1, 23 | through a participation ~of grace and glory. Therefore God 45 1, 23 | selection communicates His ~grace and glory; and this belongs 46 1, 23 | Thus ~in the conferring of grace and glory election is implied.~ 47 1, 23 | understand that God gives ~grace to a person, and pre-ordains 48 1, 23 | will make good use of that grace, as if a king were to ~give 49 1, 23 | between that which flows from ~grace, and that which flows from 50 1, 23 | manifest that what is of grace is the ~effect of predestination; 51 1, 23 | He pre-ordained to give grace to merit glory. ~In another 52 1, 23 | even the preparation for ~grace. For neither does this happen 53 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 1: The use of grace foreknown by God is not 54 1, 23 | the cause of ~conferring grace, except after the manner 55 1, 23 | secondly, by the merit of grace; for what we merit, in a 56 1, 23 | another in the state of grace, also receives the crown 57 1, 23 | far as this is deprived of grace through the ~corruption 58 1, 24 | are chosen to the life of grace who are not chosen ~to the 59 1, 24 | applies also to the life of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 60 1, 24 | not regard the life of ~grace, except so far as it is 61 1, 24 | not ~predestined who have grace and yet fail to obtain glory. 62 1, 24 | Reply OBJ 3: The life of grace has the aspect, not of an 63 1, 24 | be chosen to ~the life of grace, except so far as the life 64 1, 24 | except so far as the life of grace is directed to ~glory. For 65 1, 24 | reason those who, possessing grace, fail to obtain glory, ~ 66 1, 24 | their participation in ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 67 1, 24 | direction never fails, and from grace; ~for whoever has grace, 68 1, 24 | grace; ~for whoever has grace, by this very fact becomes 69 1, 24 | directed by possessing ~grace, to obtain eternal life, 70 1, 24 | predestination, but through ~grace, are said to be written 71 1, 24 | ordained when he falls from grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 72 1, 24 | towards eternal life through grace; which also is included 73 1, 25 | Christ as man is full of grace and truth, and has the ~ 74 1, 33 | Father by similitude of ~grace, and these are also called 75 1, 33 | eternal glory by the gift of grace which they have received, ~ 76 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 77 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace. For the sending of a ~divine 78 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace, the divine person ~Himself 79 1, 43 | the gift of ~sanctifying grace is possessed, and not conversely, 80 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 81 1, 43 | not only ~by sanctifying grace, but also by gratuitous 82 1, 43 | but also by gratuitous grace, as by faith and ~knowledge. 83 1, 43 | the ~gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 84 1, 43 | not a gift of ~sanctifying grace, but a gratuitous grace. 85 1, 43 | grace, but a gratuitous grace. Therefore the divine person 86 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 87 1, 43 | sanctification is by ~sanctifying grace, it follows that the mission 88 1, 43 | is ~only by sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 89 1, 43 | otherwise than by sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 90 1, 43 | mode, ~except sanctifying grace. Hence, the divine person 91 1, 43 | according to sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 92 1, 43 | according to ~sanctifying grace. And yet the Holy Ghost 93 1, 43 | gift itself of sanctifying grace. Hence the Holy ~Ghost Himself 94 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace the rational creature is ~ 95 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace; and yet the divine ~person 96 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: Sanctifying grace disposes the soul to possess 97 1, 43 | according to the gift of grace. Nevertheless the gift itself 98 1, 43 | Nevertheless the gift itself of ~grace is from the Holy Ghost; 99 1, 43 | miracles manifests sanctifying grace as also ~does the gift of 100 1, 43 | graces. Hence ~gratuitous grace is called the "manifestation 101 1, 43 | miracles, because sanctifying grace was given to them with the ~ 102 1, 43 | sign only of sanctifying grace given to them ~without the 103 1, 43 | given to them ~without the grace itself, it would not be 104 1, 43 | according to the indwelling of ~grace. But by grace the whole 105 1, 43 | indwelling of ~grace. But by grace the whole Trinity dwells 106 1, 43 | Although the effect of grace is also from the Father, 107 1, 43 | Father, Who ~dwells in us by grace, just as the Son and the 108 1, 43 | according to the ~gift of grace. But all gifts of grace 109 1, 43 | grace. But all gifts of grace belong to the Holy Ghost, 110 1, 43 | according to ~sanctifying grace. But the gifts belonging 111 1, 43 | not gifts of sanctifying grace, since they can be held 112 1, 43 | the mind by sanctifying ~grace, according to Jn. 14:23: " 113 1, 43 | to anyone by invisible ~grace signifies both that this 114 1, 43 | to dwell in the soul by grace, and to be from ~another, 115 1, 43 | though He dwells in us by grace, still it does not belong 116 1, 43 | soul is made like to God by grace. Hence for a divine ~person 117 1, 43 | to be sent to anyone by grace, there must needs be a likening 118 1, 43 | is sent, by some gift of grace. Because ~the Holy Ghost 119 1, 43 | and His indwelling by grace, as above explained (A[1]), 120 1, 43 | as regards the ~effect of grace, in this sense the two missions 121 1, 43 | united in the root ~which is grace, but are distinguished in 122 1, 43 | distinguished in the effects of grace, which ~consist in the illumination 123 1, 43 | place without sanctifying grace, nor is one ~person separated 124 1, 43 | is to all who participate grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 125 1, 43 | to all who ~participate grace. For the Fathers of the 126 1, 43 | Testament had their share ~of grace. Yet to them was made no 127 1, 43 | not to all partakers in ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 128 1, 43 | progress in virtue is only by grace. But the invisible ~mission 129 1, 43 | not ~to all who share in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 130 1, 43 | blessed have fullness of grace. But ~mission is not to 131 1, 43 | is not to all sharers in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 132 1, 43 | Sacraments of the New Law contain grace, and it is ~not said that 133 1, 43 | is not to all that have grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 134 1, 43 | every ~creature that has grace is sanctified. Therefore 135 1, 43 | things, the indwelling of grace, and a certain renewal by 136 1, 43 | and a certain renewal by grace. Thus the ~invisible mission 137 1, 43 | in virtue or increase of grace. Hence Augustine says (De 138 1, 43 | acquisition of a ~new state of grace; as, for example, the proficiency 139 1, 43 | subsequently, not by "intensity" of grace, but by the further revelation ~ 140 1, 43 | is ~by the "extension" of grace, because it extends to a 141 1, 43 | filled with all wisdom and grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 142 1, 43 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Grace resides instrumentally in 143 1, 43 | but ~to those who receive grace through the sacraments.~ 144 1, 43 | authority of the giver of grace by spiritual regeneration; ~ 145 1, 43 | of the divine person by grace, ~but for the manifestation 146 1, 43 | cannot cause the effect of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 147 1, 48 | aptitude of the soul to grace is more and more ~lessened; 148 1, 48 | to include ~privation of grace or glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 149 1, 57 | they know all mysteries of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 150 1, 57 | soul; as to its amount of grace and of glory. In this way 151 1, 57 | angels know the mysteries of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 152 1, 57 | angels know mysteries of grace. For, the ~mystery of the 153 1, 57 | angels know the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 154 1, 57 | reasons of all mysteries of grace are contained in ~the Divine 155 1, 57 | they know the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 156 1, 57 | prophets knew mysteries of ~grace; for it is said (Amos 3: 157 1, 57 | angels know ~the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 158 1, 57 | out and learn mysteries of grace. For it is stated ~(Coel. 159 1, 57 | do not ~know mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 160 1, 57 | cannot know ~mysteries of grace. For these mysteries depend 161 1, 57 | vision they know mysteries of grace, but not all mysteries: 162 1, 57 | revelation of the mysteries ~of grace, was revealed in a more 163 1, 61 | they were made perfect in grace or glory; and thirdly, how ~ 164 1, 62 | THE ANGELS IN THE ORDER OF GRACE AND OF GLORY (NINE ARTICLES)~ 165 1, 62 | were made in the order ~of grace and of glory; under which 166 1, 62 | beatitude?~(2) Did they need grace in order to turn to God?~( 167 1, 62 | 3) Were they created in grace?~(4) Did they merit their 168 1, 62 | merit?~(6) Did they receive grace and glory according to their 169 1, 62 | 1~Whether an angel needs grace in order to turn to God?~ 170 1, 62 | the angel had no need of grace in order to turn to God. 171 1, 62 | For, we have no need of grace for what we can accomplish ~ 172 1, 62 | Therefore ~an angel did not need grace in order to turn to God.~ 173 1, 62 | the angel had no need of ~grace in order to turn to God.~ 174 1, 62 | is to dispose oneself for grace; ~hence it is said (Zach. 175 1, 62 | do not stand in need of grace in order to prepare ourselves 176 1, 62 | to prepare ourselves for ~grace: for thus we should go on 177 1, 62 | the angel did not ~need grace to turn to God.~Aquin.: 178 1, 62 | then, he had needed no grace in order to turn to God, 179 1, 62 | that he did not require grace in order to possess ~everlasting 180 1, 62 | Apostle (Rm. ~6:23): "The grace of God is life everlasting."~ 181 1, 62 | angels stood in need of grace in order to turn to ~God, 182 1, 62 | what we call the help of grace. Therefore it ~must be said 183 1, 62 | beatitude, except by the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 184 1, 62 | such conversion, consummate grace is required. ~The next turning 185 1, 62 | there is required habitual grace, which is the principle 186 1, 62 | himself so that he may ~have grace; for this no habitual grace 187 1, 62 | grace; for this no habitual grace is required; but the operation 188 1, 62 | the angels were created in grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 189 1, 62 | angels were not created in grace. For ~Augustine says (Gen. 190 1, 62 | such formation comes from ~grace. Therefore they were not 191 1, 62 | they were not created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 192 1, 62 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, grace turns the rational creature 193 1, 62 | angel had been created in grace, no angel would ever have ~ 194 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, grace comes midway between nature 195 1, 62 | they ~were not created in grace; but that they were first 196 1, 62 | only, and then received grace, and that last of all they 197 1, 62 | their nature and bestowing grace on them?"~Aquin.: SMT FP 198 1, 62 | that they were created in grace; yet it seems more ~probable, 199 1, 62 | were created in sanctifying grace. For we see that all things 200 1, 62 | evident that ~sanctifying grace bears the same relation 201 1, 62 | effect; hence (1 Jn. 3:9) grace is ~called the "seed" of 202 1, 62 | the angels were created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 203 1, 62 | the formation according to grace: and so it did not precede ~ 204 1, 62 | Consequently the movement ~of grace does not impose necessity; 205 1, 62 | necessity; but he who has grace can fail to make ~use of 206 1, 62 | Although in the order of nature grace comes midway between ~nature 207 1, 62 | operation of nature helped by grace. But grace stands not as 208 1, 62 | nature helped by grace. But grace stands not as the end of ~ 209 1, 62 | Therefore it was fitting for grace to be given straightway ~ 210 1, 62 | opinion of many, he had no grace before whereby to merit ~ 211 1, 62 | the distinct degrees of ~grace would not be permanent; 212 1, 62 | the angel was created in grace, without which there is 213 1, 62 | were to say that he had grace in any way before he had 214 1, 62 | Para. 3/4~But if he had no grace before entering upon beatitude, 215 1, 62 | merit, even as we have ~grace. This, however, is quite 216 1, 62 | far as it is informed by grace; but it cannot at the same ~ 217 1, 62 | be informed by imperfect grace, which is the principle 218 1, 62 | meriting, ~and by perfect grace, which is the principle 219 1, 62 | to say that the angel had grace ere he was ~admitted to 220 1, 62 | beatitude, and that by such grace he merited beatitude.~Aquin.: 221 1, 62 | charity, which comes of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 222 1, 62 | reason whereof is because grace perfects nature according 223 1, 62 | one belongs to imperfect grace, and the ~other to consummate 224 1, 62 | the ~other to consummate grace. Consequently, it remains 225 1, 62 | Whether the angels receive grace and glory according to the 226 1, 62 | the angels did not receive grace and glory ~according to 227 1, 62 | their natural gifts. For grace is bestowed of ~God's absolute 228 1, 62 | Therefore the degree of grace depends on God's will, ~ 229 1, 62 | more closely allied with grace ~than nature is; because 230 1, 62 | moral act is preparatory to grace. But grace ~does not come " 231 1, 62 | preparatory to grace. But grace ~does not come "of works," 232 1, 62 | less does ~the degree of grace depend upon the degree of 233 1, 62 | ordained for beatitude or grace. ~But man does not receive 234 1, 62 | man does not receive more grace according to the degree 235 1, 62 | endowed with greater gifts ~of grace."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 236 1, 62 | made by God for attaining grace and beatitude, so ~likewise 237 1, 62 | the ~various degrees of grace and glory; just as when, 238 1, 62 | angels for greater gifts of ~grace and fuller beatitude, whom 239 1, 62 | happens in ~men, since greater grace and glory are bestowed according 240 1, 62 | natural powers, had the more grace and glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 241 1, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As grace comes of God's will alone, 242 1, 62 | will ordained nature for grace, so did ~it ordain the various 243 1, 62 | to the various degrees of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 244 1, 62 | Accordingly it seems ~rather that grace is bestowed according to 245 1, 63 | creature has it as a gift of grace, and not from the condition 246 1, 63 | which is attained by God's ~grace. Or, if he desired as his 247 1, 63 | God which is ~bestowed by grace, he sought to have it by 248 1, 63 | ordinate, then, since he had grace, he thereby ~merited beatitude. 249 1, 63 | as all were created in ~grace, all merited in their first 250 1, 63 | that he was ~created in grace; as we have said (Q[62], 251 1, 63 | if the devil, created in grace, merited in the first instant, 252 1, 63 | angel was not created in grace, or that he could not elicit 253 1, 64 | and one which comes of grace. The knowledge which comes 254 1, 64 | knowledge which comes of grace ~is likewise twofold: the 255 1, 64 | however, which comes of grace, ~and consists in speculation, 256 1, 64 | purity which comes with grace, nevertheless they have 257 1, 64 | privation of ~the light of grace, yet they are enlightened 258 1, 67 | but with the perfection of grace, which they possessed from ~ 259 1, 73 | are required, nature ~and grace. Therefore, as said above, 260 1, 73 | founding of the world, as to grace, in ~the Incarnation of 261 1, 73 | Incarnation of Christ. For, "Grace and truth came by Jesus 262 1, 73 | Incarnation the consummation of grace, and at the end of the ~ 263 1, 76 | but by a gift of Divine grace; otherwise its immortality 264 1, 76 | against death in the gift of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 265 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 266 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace. For the sending of a ~divine 267 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace, the divine person ~Himself 268 1, 43 | the gift of ~sanctifying grace is possessed, and not conversely, 269 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 270 1, 43 | not only ~by sanctifying grace, but also by gratuitous 271 1, 43 | but also by gratuitous grace, as by faith and ~knowledge. 272 1, 43 | the ~gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 273 1, 43 | not a gift of ~sanctifying grace, but a gratuitous grace. 274 1, 43 | grace, but a gratuitous grace. Therefore the divine person 275 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 276 1, 43 | sanctification is by ~sanctifying grace, it follows that the mission 277 1, 43 | is ~only by sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 278 1, 43 | otherwise than by sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 279 1, 43 | mode, ~except sanctifying grace. Hence, the divine person 280 1, 43 | according to sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 281 1, 43 | according to ~sanctifying grace. And yet the Holy Ghost 282 1, 43 | gift itself of sanctifying grace. Hence the Holy ~Ghost Himself 283 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace the rational creature is ~ 284 1, 43 | the gift of sanctifying grace; and yet the divine ~person 285 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: Sanctifying grace disposes the soul to possess 286 1, 43 | according to the gift of grace. Nevertheless the gift itself 287 1, 43 | Nevertheless the gift itself of ~grace is from the Holy Ghost; 288 1, 43 | miracles manifests sanctifying grace as also ~does the gift of 289 1, 43 | graces. Hence ~gratuitous grace is called the "manifestation 290 1, 43 | miracles, because sanctifying grace was given to them with the ~ 291 1, 43 | sign only of sanctifying grace given to them ~without the 292 1, 43 | given to them ~without the grace itself, it would not be 293 1, 43 | according to the indwelling of ~grace. But by grace the whole 294 1, 43 | indwelling of ~grace. But by grace the whole Trinity dwells 295 1, 43 | Although the effect of grace is also from the Father, 296 1, 43 | Father, Who ~dwells in us by grace, just as the Son and the 297 1, 43 | according to the ~gift of grace. But all gifts of grace 298 1, 43 | grace. But all gifts of grace belong to the Holy Ghost, 299 1, 43 | according to ~sanctifying grace. But the gifts belonging 300 1, 43 | not gifts of sanctifying grace, since they can be held ~ 301 1, 43 | the mind by sanctifying ~grace, according to Jn. 14:23: " 302 1, 43 | to anyone by invisible ~grace signifies both that this 303 1, 43 | to dwell in the soul by grace, and to be from ~another, 304 1, 43 | though He dwells in us by grace, still it does not belong 305 1, 43 | soul is made like to God by grace. Hence for a divine ~person 306 1, 43 | to be sent to anyone by grace, there must needs be a likening 307 1, 43 | is sent, by some gift of grace. Because ~the Holy Ghost 308 1, 43 | and His indwelling by grace, as above explained (A[1]), 309 1, 43 | as regards the ~effect of grace, in this sense the two missions 310 1, 43 | united in the root ~which is grace, but are distinguished in 311 1, 43 | distinguished in the effects of grace, which ~consist in the illumination 312 1, 43 | place without sanctifying grace, nor is one ~person separated 313 1, 43 | is to all who participate grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 314 1, 43 | to all who ~participate grace. For the Fathers of the 315 1, 43 | Testament had their share ~of grace. Yet to them was made no 316 1, 43 | not to all partakers in ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 317 1, 43 | progress in virtue is only by grace. But the invisible ~mission 318 1, 43 | not ~to all who share in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 319 1, 43 | blessed have fullness of grace. But ~mission is not to 320 1, 43 | is not to all sharers in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 321 1, 43 | Sacraments of the New Law contain grace, and it is ~not said that 322 1, 43 | is not to all that have grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 323 1, 43 | every ~creature that has grace is sanctified. Therefore 324 1, 43 | things, the indwelling of grace, and a certain renewal by 325 1, 43 | and a certain renewal by grace. Thus the ~invisible mission 326 1, 43 | in virtue or increase of grace. Hence Augustine says (De 327 1, 43 | acquisition of a ~new state of grace; as, for example, the proficiency 328 1, 43 | subsequently, not by "intensity" of grace, but by the further revelation ~ 329 1, 43 | is ~by the "extension" of grace, because it extends to a 330 1, 43 | filled with all wisdom and grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 331 1, 43 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Grace resides instrumentally in 332 1, 43 | but ~to those who receive grace through the sacraments.~ 333 1, 43 | authority of the giver of grace by spiritual regeneration; ~ 334 1, 43 | of the divine person by grace, ~but for the manifestation 335 1, 43 | cannot cause the effect of grace.~ 336 1, 49 | aptitude of the soul to grace is more and more ~lessened; 337 1, 49 | to include ~privation of grace or glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 338 1, 58 | they know all mysteries of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 339 1, 58 | soul; as to its amount of grace and of glory. In this way 340 1, 58 | angels know the mysteries of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 341 1, 58 | angels know mysteries of grace. For, the ~mystery of the 342 1, 58 | angels know the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 343 1, 58 | reasons of all mysteries of grace are contained in ~the Divine 344 1, 58 | they know the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 345 1, 58 | prophets knew mysteries of ~grace; for it is said (Amos 3: 346 1, 58 | angels know ~the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 347 1, 58 | out and learn mysteries of grace. For it is stated ~(Coel. 348 1, 58 | do not ~know mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 349 1, 58 | cannot know ~mysteries of grace. For these mysteries depend 350 1, 58 | vision they know mysteries of grace, but not all mysteries: 351 1, 58 | revelation of the mysteries ~of grace, was revealed in a more 352 1, 62 | they were made perfect in grace or glory; and thirdly, how ~ 353 1, 63 | THE ANGELS IN THE ORDER OF GRACE AND OF GLORY (NINE ~ARTICLES)~ 354 1, 63 | were made in the order ~of grace and of glory; under which 355 1, 63 | beatitude?~(2) Did they need grace in order to turn to God?~( 356 1, 63 | 3) Were they created in grace?~(4) Did they merit their 357 1, 63 | merit?~(6) Did they receive grace and glory according to their 358 1, 63 | 1~Whether an angel needs grace in order to turn to God?~ 359 1, 63 | the angel had no need of grace in order to turn to God. 360 1, 63 | For, we have no need of grace for what we can accomplish ~ 361 1, 63 | Therefore ~an angel did not need grace in order to turn to God.~ 362 1, 63 | the angel had no need of ~grace in order to turn to God.~ 363 1, 63 | is to dispose oneself for grace; ~hence it is said (Zach. 364 1, 63 | do not stand in need of grace in order to prepare ourselves 365 1, 63 | to prepare ourselves for ~grace: for thus we should go on 366 1, 63 | the angel did not ~need grace to turn to God.~Aquin.: 367 1, 63 | then, he had needed no grace in order to turn to God, 368 1, 63 | that he did not require grace in order to possess ~everlasting 369 1, 63 | Apostle (Rm. ~6:23): "The grace of God is life everlasting."~ 370 1, 63 | angels stood in need of grace in order to turn to ~God, 371 1, 63 | what we call the help of grace. Therefore it ~must be said 372 1, 63 | beatitude, except by the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 373 1, 63 | such conversion, consummate grace is required. ~The next turning 374 1, 63 | there is required habitual grace, which is the principle 375 1, 63 | himself so that he may ~have grace; for this no habitual grace 376 1, 63 | grace; for this no habitual grace is required; but the operation 377 1, 63 | the angels were created in grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 378 1, 63 | angels were not created in grace. For ~Augustine says (Gen. 379 1, 63 | such formation comes from ~grace. Therefore they were not 380 1, 63 | they were not created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 381 1, 63 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, grace turns the rational creature 382 1, 63 | angel had been created in grace, no angel would ever have ~ 383 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, grace comes midway between nature 384 1, 63 | they ~were not created in grace; but that they were first 385 1, 63 | only, and then received grace, and that last of all they 386 1, 63 | their nature and bestowing grace on them?"~Aquin.: SMT FP 387 1, 63 | that they were created in grace; yet it seems more ~probable, 388 1, 63 | were created in sanctifying grace. For we see that all things 389 1, 63 | evident that ~sanctifying grace bears the same relation 390 1, 63 | effect; hence (1 Jn. 3:9) grace is ~called the "seed" of 391 1, 63 | the angels were created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 392 1, 63 | the formation according to grace: and so it did not precede ~ 393 1, 63 | Consequently the movement ~of grace does not impose necessity; 394 1, 63 | necessity; but he who has grace can fail to make ~use of 395 1, 63 | Although in the order of nature grace comes midway between ~nature 396 1, 63 | operation of nature helped by grace. But grace stands not as 397 1, 63 | nature helped by grace. But grace stands not as the end of ~ 398 1, 63 | Therefore it was fitting for grace to be given straightway ~ 399 1, 63 | opinion of many, he had no grace before whereby to merit ~ 400 1, 63 | the distinct degrees of ~grace would not be permanent; 401 1, 63 | the angel was created in grace, without which there is 402 1, 63 | were to say that he had grace in any way before he had 403 1, 63 | Para. 3/4~But if he had no grace before entering upon beatitude, 404 1, 63 | merit, even as we have ~grace. This, however, is quite 405 1, 63 | far as it is informed by grace; but it cannot at the same ~ 406 1, 63 | be informed by imperfect grace, which is the principle 407 1, 63 | meriting, ~and by perfect grace, which is the principle 408 1, 63 | to say that the angel had grace ere he was ~admitted to 409 1, 63 | beatitude, and that by such grace he merited beatitude.~Aquin.: 410 1, 63 | charity, which comes of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 411 1, 63 | reason whereof is because grace perfects nature according 412 1, 63 | one belongs to imperfect grace, and the ~other to consummate 413 1, 63 | the ~other to consummate grace. Consequently, it remains 414 1, 63 | Whether the angels receive grace and glory according to the 415 1, 63 | the angels did not receive grace and glory ~according to 416 1, 63 | their natural gifts. For grace is bestowed of ~God's absolute 417 1, 63 | Therefore the degree of grace depends on God's will, ~ 418 1, 63 | more closely allied with grace ~than nature is; because 419 1, 63 | moral act is preparatory to grace. But grace ~does not come " 420 1, 63 | preparatory to grace. But grace ~does not come "of works," 421 1, 63 | less does ~the degree of grace depend upon the degree of 422 1, 63 | ordained for beatitude or grace. ~But man does not receive 423 1, 63 | man does not receive more grace according to the degree 424 1, 63 | endowed with greater gifts ~of grace."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 425 1, 63 | made by God for attaining grace and beatitude, so ~likewise 426 1, 63 | the ~various degrees of grace and glory; just as when, 427 1, 63 | angels for greater gifts of ~grace and fuller beatitude, whom 428 1, 63 | happens in ~men, since greater grace and glory are bestowed according 429 1, 63 | natural powers, had the more grace and glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 430 1, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As grace comes of God's will alone, 431 1, 63 | will ordained nature for grace, so did ~it ordain the various 432 1, 63 | to the various degrees of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 433 1, 63 | Accordingly it seems ~rather that grace is bestowed according to 434 1, 64 | creature has it as a gift of grace, and not from the condition 435 1, 64 | which is attained by God's ~grace. Or, if he desired as his 436 1, 64 | God which is ~bestowed by grace, he sought to have it by 437 1, 64 | ordinate, then, since he had grace, he thereby ~merited beatitude. 438 1, 64 | as all were created in ~grace, all merited in their first 439 1, 64 | that he was ~created in grace; as we have said (Q[62], 440 1, 64 | if the devil, created in grace, merited in the first instant, 441 1, 64 | angel was not created in grace, or that he could not elicit 442 1, 65 | and one which comes of grace. The knowledge which comes 443 1, 65 | knowledge which comes of grace ~is likewise twofold: the 444 1, 65 | however, which comes of grace, ~and consists in speculation, 445 1, 65 | purity which comes with grace, nevertheless they have 446 1, 65 | privation of ~the light of grace, yet they are enlightened 447 1, 68 | but with the perfection of grace, which they possessed from ~ 448 1, 72 | are required, nature ~and grace. Therefore, as said above, 449 1, 72 | founding of the world, as to grace, in ~the Incarnation of 450 1, 72 | Incarnation of Christ. For, "Grace and truth came by Jesus 451 1, 72 | Incarnation the consummation of grace, and at the end of the ~ 452 1, 75 | but by a gift of Divine grace; otherwise its immortality 453 1, 75 | against death in the gift of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 454 1, 82 | free-will is the subject of grace, by the help of which it ~ 455 1, 88 | of now, but the effect of grace. Therefore the soul apart ~ 456 1, 88 | of both ~of the light of grace and of the light of nature.~ 457 1, 88 | God, Who is seen only by ~grace. The knowledge of other 458 1, 92 | consists in the conformity of grace. Thirdly, inasmuch as man 459 1, 92 | consisting in the ~conformity of grace and glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 460 1, 92 | OBJ 3: Further, it is by grace that we can know and love 461 1, 92 | in man ~by nature but by grace, and thus is not common 462 1, 92 | God can be in us only ~by grace. Yet there is a certain 463 1, 92 | the image of ~nature, of grace, and of glory, as above 464 1, 92 | righteousness belong to grace. Therefore it is incorrectly 465 1, 94 | FIRST MAN'S WILL - NAMELY, GRACE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS (FOUR 466 1, 94 | points of treatment: (1) the grace and righteousness ~of the 467 1, 94 | first man was created in grace?~(2) Whether in the state 468 1, 94 | first man was created in grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 469 1, 94 | first man was not created in grace. For ~the Apostle, distinguishing 470 1, 94 | the spirit is quickened by grace. Therefore ~Christ alone 471 1, 94 | Christ alone was made in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 472 1, 94 | But whoever possesses grace ~has the Holy Ghost. Therefore 473 1, 94 | Adam was not created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 474 1, 94 | what they could do by His grace, and by the ~discernment 475 1, 94 | and afterwards bestowed grace on ~them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 476 1, 94 | advance." But whoever has grace can advance by merit. Therefore 477 1, 94 | man was not created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 478 1, 94 | Further, the reception of grace requires the consent of 479 1, 94 | Therefore man did ~not receive grace in the first moment of his 480 1, 94 | nature is more distant from grace than grace is from ~glory, 481 1, 94 | distant from grace than grace is from ~glory, which is 482 1, 94 | from ~glory, which is but grace consummated. But in man 483 1, 94 | consummated. But in man grace precedes glory. ~Therefore 484 1, 94 | more did nature precede grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 485 1, 94 | angel are both ordained to grace. But the ~angels were created 486 1, 94 | angels were created in grace, for Augustine says (De 487 1, 94 | nature and endowed them with ~grace." Therefore man also was 488 1, 94 | man also was created in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 489 1, 94 | that man was not created in grace; but that it ~was bestowed 490 1, 94 | declare that man possessed grace in the state of innocence.~ 491 1, 94 | others say, he was created in grace, ~according to Eccles. 7: 492 1, 94 | supernatural endowment of grace; for it ~is not possible 493 1, 94 | command, and forfeited Divine grace, they were ~ashamed of their 494 1, 94 | disobedience." Hence if the loss of grace dissolved the obedience 495 1, 94 | subjected ~to the soul through grace existing therein.~Aquin.: 496 1, 94 | free-will before they possessed grace; but ~that God shows first 497 1, 94 | before being confirmed ~in grace, and what they acquired 498 1, 94 | that man was not created in grace, but only in a state of ~ 499 1, 94 | though man was created in grace, yet it was ~not by virtue 500 1, 94 | merit, but by virtue of the grace which was added.~Aquin.:


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