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1 1, 1 | of the will ~ministers to charity. Hence the Apostle says: " 2 1, 12 | light ~of glory who has more charity; because where there is 3 1, 12 | where there is the greater ~charity, there is the more desire; 4 1, 12 | who possesses the more charity, will see God the more perfectly, 5 1, 12 | and fruition responds to ~charity. For even among ourselves 6 1, 20 | Christ more with the love of ~charity, and uncertain also which 7 1, 20 | more excellent ~gift of charity; but John more, from his 8 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, charity is a more excellent virtue 9 1, 25 | virginity. But ~God can supply charity that is lost; therefore 10 1, 25 | having sinned ~or having lost charity thereby can be removed from 11 1, 37 | Ghost should not be called Charity, and all ~together one Charity." 12 1, 37 | Charity, and all ~together one Charity." But no name which is predicated 13 1, 37 | Augustine is there speaking of charity as it means the ~divine 14 1, 43 | according to Rm. 5:5, ~"the charity of God is poured forth in 15 1, 43 | meant by the words, "the charity ~of God is poured forth 16 1, 43 | held without the gift of charity, according to 1 Cor. 13: 17 1, 43 | mountains, and have not ~charity, I am nothing." Therefore, 18 1, 43 | Holy Ghost by the ~gift of charity: hence the mission of the 19 1, 43 | according to the ~mode of charity. Whereas the Son is the 20 1, 43 | virtue is continuous, since charity ever increases or decreases; 21 1, 43 | prophecy, or in the fervor of charity leading a ~man to expose 22 1, 59 | the concupiscible: thus charity and temperance ~appear to 23 1, 59 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Charity, as a virtue, is not in 24 1, 59 | which is the ~object of charity, is not of any such kind. 25 1, 60 | ordinate love belongs to charity; while inordinate love belongs 26 1, 60 | belongs to nature; because charity is ~above nature, while 27 1, 60 | different from the rectitude of charity and ~virtue: because the 28 1, 60 | Further, it is proper to charity to love God more than self. 29 1, 60 | self. But ~to love from charity is not natural to the angels; 30 1, 60 | perfected but destroyed by charity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 31 1, 60 | is love with the love of charity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 32 1, 62 | but by the movement of charity, which comes of grace.~Aquin.: 33 1, 62 | instantly, in his first act of ~charity, had the merit of beatitude. 34 1, 62 | after the first act of ~charity, whereby he merited beatitude. 35 1, 62 | by every act informed by ~charity. Hence it remains that an 36 1, 62 | straightway after ~one act of charity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 37 1, 62 | advance in beatitude. ~For charity is the principle of merit. 38 1, 62 | merit. But there is perfect charity in ~the angels. Therefore 39 1, 62 | belongs to the imperfect ~charity of this life; whereas perfect 40 1, 62 | this life; whereas perfect charity does not merit but rather ~ 41 1, 62 | way the act of perfect ~charity has no quality of merit, 42 1, 63 | derived from the heat of charity, which is ~incompatible 43 1, 64 | knowledge, as likewise of charity, they are ~utterly deprived.~ 44 1, 37 | Ghost should not be called Charity, and all ~together one Charity." 45 1, 37 | Charity, and all ~together one Charity." But no name which is predicated 46 1, 37 | Augustine is there speaking of charity as it means the ~divine 47 1, 43 | according to Rm. 5:5, ~"the charity of God is poured forth in 48 1, 43 | meant by the words, "the charity ~of God is poured forth 49 1, 43 | held ~without the gift of charity, according to 1 Cor. 13: 50 1, 43 | mountains, and have not ~charity, I am nothing." Therefore, 51 1, 43 | Holy Ghost by the ~gift of charity: hence the mission of the 52 1, 43 | according to the ~mode of charity. Whereas the Son is the 53 1, 43 | virtue is continuous, since charity ever increases or decreases; 54 1, 43 | prophecy, or in the fervor of charity leading a man to expose 55 1, 60 | the concupiscible: thus charity and temperance ~appear to 56 1, 60 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Charity, as a virtue, is not in 57 1, 60 | which is the ~object of charity, is not of any such kind. 58 1, 61 | ordinate love belongs to charity; while inordinate love belongs 59 1, 61 | belongs to nature; because charity is ~above nature, while 60 1, 61 | different from the rectitude of charity and ~virtue: because the 61 1, 61 | Further, it is proper to charity to love God more than self. 62 1, 61 | self. But ~to love from charity is not natural to the angels; 63 1, 61 | perfected but destroyed by charity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 64 1, 61 | is love with the love of charity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 65 1, 63 | but by the movement of charity, which comes of grace.~Aquin.: 66 1, 63 | instantly, in his first act of ~charity, had the merit of beatitude. 67 1, 63 | after the first act of ~charity, whereby he merited beatitude. 68 1, 63 | by every act informed by ~charity. Hence it remains that an 69 1, 63 | straightway after ~one act of charity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 70 1, 63 | advance in beatitude. ~For charity is the principle of merit. 71 1, 63 | merit. But there is perfect charity in ~the angels. Therefore 72 1, 63 | belongs to the imperfect ~charity of this life; whereas perfect 73 1, 63 | this life; whereas perfect charity does not merit but rather ~ 74 1, 63 | way the act of perfect ~charity has no quality of merit, 75 1, 64 | derived from the heat of charity, which is ~incompatible 76 1, 65 | knowledge, as likewise of charity, they are ~utterly deprived.~ 77 1, 81 | perfects the ~will - namely, charity - is more noble than the 78 1, 81 | all faith, and have not charity, I am ~nothing." Therefore 79 1, 81 | is above the soul. For charity is the virtue by which we 80 1, 81 | Further, as is commonly said, charity is in the concupiscible, ~ 81 1, 81 | irascible and concupiscible are charity and hope - that is, in the 82 1, 94 | involve imperfection, such as charity and justice; and these virtues 83 1, 94 | root, which is grace and charity. Merit thus measured corresponds ~ 84 1, 94 | God; for the greater the charity whence our actions proceed, 85 1, 94 | caused by ~the intensity of charity. Yet it may happen that 86 1, 107 | Hier. vii). This belongs to charity which comes not ~from nature 87 1, 107 | ardor, which ~pertains to charity; and the name "Cherubim" 88 1, 107 | Cherubim" from knowledge. But charity ~and knowledge are gifts 89 1, 107 | Seraphim" does not come from charity only, but ~from the excess 90 1, 107 | but ~from the excess of charity, expressed by the word ardor 91 1, 108 | given from the ardor of charity; and ~the name "Thrones" 92 1, 112 | where there is perfect charity and just authority there ~ 93 1, 116 | as they have such great ~charity that they can merit a higher 94 2, 2 | inquire when we treat of Charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[7] 95 2, 4 | enjoyment ~corresponds to charity. But charity ranks before 96 2, 4 | corresponds to charity. But charity ranks before faith, as the 97 2, 4 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Charity does not seem the beloved 98 2, 4 | sake of ~delight: it is for charity a consequence that it delights 99 2, 4 | delight does not answer to charity as its ~end, but vision 100 2, 4 | is first made present to charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[3] 101 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, charity is perfected in Happiness. 102 2, 4 | perfected in Happiness. But charity includes ~the love of God 103 2, 4 | the eternity, truth, and ~charity of the Creator. But if they 104 2, 4 | Reply OBJ 3: Perfection of charity is essential to Happiness, 105 2, 11 | The fruit of the Spirit is charity, joy, peace," and other 106 2, 13 | but formally, an act ~of charity. Now it is evident that, 107 2, 19 | s willing something from charity, as God wills it. And ~this 108 2, 19 | is the proper object of charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 109 2, 24 | praiseworthy to do ~a work of charity from the judgment of reason 110 2, 26 | viz. love, dilection, charity and friendship. They differ, 111 2, 26 | of ~act or passion; and "charity" can be taken either way.~ 112 2, 26 | since every dilection or charity is love, ~but not vice versa. 113 2, 26 | in the rational nature. Charity denotes, in addition to ~ 114 2, 28 | 16): "He that abideth in charity ~abideth in God, and God 115 2, 28 | God, and God in him." Now charity is the love of God. ~Therefore, 116 2, 28 | and "of the bowels of charity." On the other hand, ~the 117 2, 32 | written (1 Cor. 13:6) ~that charity "rejoiceth not in iniquity, 118 2, 33 | concerning the precept of charity: "Thy commandment is exceeding 119 2, 35 | the same ~habit: thus from charity it happens that we "rejoice 120 2, 40 | begets hope, and hope begets ~charity." But charity is love. Therefore 121 2, 40 | hope begets ~charity." But charity is love. Therefore love 122 2, 43 | fear leads to the love of charity" as ~Augustine says on the 123 2, 54 | God's sake, is an act of charity; while, if it be done in 124 2, 56 | subjected in the will, as charity, justice, and such like.~ 125 2, 57 | which perfects the will, as charity or justice, ~confers the 126 2, 57 | if they be done out of ~charity: thus Gregory says (Moral. 127 2, 58 | Further, faith, hope, and charity are virtues. Yet they are 128 2, 58 | OBJ 3: Faith, hope, and charity are superhuman virtues: 129 2, 61 | demands a hollowed leisure; charity ~necessitates good works. 130 2, 61 | up under the pressure of charity."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[61] A[ 131 2, 62 | acts of faith, hope, and ~charity: for it is written (Ecclus. 132 2, 62 | Therefore ~faith, hope, and charity are virtues directing us 133 2, 62 | order of love." Now love is charity, which is a ~theological 134 2, 62 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Though charity is love, yet love is not 135 2, 62 | yet love is not always charity. ~When, then, it is stated 136 2, 62 | sense, or of the love of ~charity. If it be understood of 137 2, 62 | understood of the love of charity, it ~does not mean that 138 2, 62 | that every other virtue is charity essentially: but that ~all 139 2, 62 | other virtues depend on charity in some way, as we shall 140 2, 62 | Whether faith, hope, and charity are fittingly reckoned as 141 2, 62 | seem that faith, hope, and charity are not fittingly ~reckoned 142 2, 62 | there remain ~faith, hope, charity, these three."~Aquin.: SMT 143 2, 62 | end - and ~this belongs to charity. For the appetite of a thing 144 2, 62 | appetite, namely, hope and ~charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] A[ 145 2, 62 | precedes hope, and hope charity?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] A[ 146 2, 62 | precedes hope, and hope charity. For the root precedes that ~ 147 2, 62 | which grows from it. Now charity is the root of all the virtues, ~ 148 2, 62 | Being rooted and founded in charity." Therefore ~charity precedes 149 2, 62 | in charity." Therefore ~charity precedes the others.~Aquin.: 150 2, 62 | seems that faith precedes ~charity, and charity hope.~Aquin.: 151 2, 62 | faith precedes ~charity, and charity hope.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] 152 2, 62 | Q[25], A[2]). Therefore charity, which is love, precedes ~ 153 2, 62 | there remain faith, hope, charity."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[62] A[ 154 2, 62 | precedes hope, and hope charity, as to their acts: because 155 2, 62 | faith precedes hope and charity. In like manner a man loves 156 2, 62 | generation, hope precedes charity as regards their respective 157 2, 62 | the order of perfection, charity precedes faith and hope: 158 2, 62 | and hope are quickened by charity, and receive from charity ~ 159 2, 62 | charity, and receive from charity ~their full complement as 160 2, 62 | complement as virtues. For thus charity is the mother and the ~root 161 2, 62 | quickened by and following charity. But it is possible for 162 2, 62 | for a man ~before having charity, to hope through merits 163 2, 64 | according to Divine truth; charity, according to His goodness; ~ 164 2, 65 | moral virtues can be without charity?~(3) Whether charity can 165 2, 65 | without charity?~(3) Whether charity can be without them?~(4) 166 2, 65 | and hope can be without charity?~(5) Whether charity can 167 2, 65 | without charity?~(5) Whether charity can be without them?~Aquin.: 168 2, 65 | moral virtues can be without charity?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 169 2, 65 | moral virtues can be without charity. For it ~is stated in the 170 2, 65 | that "every virtue save ~charity may be common to the good 171 2, 65 | the good and bad." But "charity can be in none ~except the 172 2, 65 | virtues ~can be had without charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 173 2, 65 | Ethic. ii, 1,2, whereas charity cannot be had otherwise 174 2, 65 | according to Rm. 5:5: "The charity of God is poured forth in ~ 175 2, 65 | the other virtues without charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 176 2, 65 | depending on prudence. But charity does not depend on prudence; 177 2, 65 | according to Eph. 3:19: "The charity of Christ, ~which surpasseth 178 2, 65 | are not ~connected with charity, and can be without it.~ 179 2, 65 | be without the love of ~charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 180 2, 65 | thus, they can be without charity, even ~as they were in many 181 2, 65 | virtues cannot be without ~charity. For it has been stated 182 2, 65 | which is the effect ~of charity, than that he be well disposed 183 2, 65 | infused prudence be without charity; nor, ~consequently, the 184 2, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Though charity surpasses science and prudence, 185 2, 65 | yet prudence ~depends on charity, as stated: and consequently 186 2, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether charity can be without moral virtue?~ 187 2, 65 | would seem possible to have charity without the moral virtues. ~ 188 2, 65 | superfluous to ~employ others. Now charity alone suffices for the fulfilment 189 2, 65 | from 1 Cor. 13:4, seqq.: "Charity is ~patient, is kind," etc. 190 2, 65 | it seems that if one has charity, other virtues are superfluous.~ 191 2, 65 | ii, 3). Now ~many have charity, being free from mortal 192 2, 65 | but only for the sake of charity. Therefore many have ~charity 193 2, 65 | charity. Therefore many have ~charity without the other virtues.~ 194 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, charity is to be found in every 195 2, 65 | Therefore, if a man has ~charity, it does not follow of necessity 196 2, 65 | Law is fulfilled through charity, for it is ~written (Rm. 197 2, 65 | 2. Therefore he that has charity, has ~all the moral virtues. 198 2, 65 | and xlvi de Temp.] that charity contains all ~the cardinal 199 2, 65 | are infused together with charity. ~The reason for this is 200 2, 65 | Now it is evident that charity, inasmuch as it directs 201 2, 65 | be infused ~together with charity, since it is through them 202 2, 65 | but also on account of charity: and, again, that ~whoever 203 2, 65 | again, that ~whoever loses charity through mortal sin, forfeits 204 2, 65 | moral virtues together with charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 205 2, 65 | and hope can be without charity?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 206 2, 65 | and hope are never without charity. ~Because, since they are 207 2, 65 | virtues cannot be without charity. Neither therefore can faith 208 2, 65 | faith and hope ~be without charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 209 2, 65 | Tract. ~xxvi in Joan.). But charity is in the will as a perfection 210 2, 65 | faith cannot be without charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 211 2, 65 | without love." But love is charity: for it is of this love 212 2, 65 | Therefore hope cannot be without charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 213 2, 65 | begets hope, and ~hope, charity." Now the begetter precedes 214 2, 65 | hope; and hope, without ~charity. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 215 2, 65 | indeed in a fashion without ~charity: but they have not the perfect 216 2, 65 | character of virtue without ~charity. For, since the act of faith 217 2, 65 | ought is ~the outcome of charity which perfects the will: 218 2, 65 | Hence faith may be without charity, but not as a ~perfect virtue: 219 2, 65 | and this cannot be without charity. But to expect future ~bliss 220 2, 65 | this is ~possible without charity. Consequently, faith and 221 2, 65 | and hope can be without ~charity; yet, without charity, they 222 2, 65 | without ~charity; yet, without charity, they are not virtues properly 223 2, 65 | character of prudence without charity; for this involves ~the 224 2, 65 | depend either on ~prudence or charity; so that they can be without 225 2, 65 | that they can be without charity, although they ~are not 226 2, 65 | are not virtues without charity, as stated.~Aquin.: SMT 227 2, 65 | and this is not ~without charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[65] A[ 228 2, 65 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether charity can be without faith and 229 2, 65 | OBJ 1: It would seem that charity can be without faith and 230 2, 65 | without faith and hope. For ~charity is the love of God. But 231 2, 65 | future bliss. ~Therefore charity can be without faith and 232 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, charity is the root of all the virtues, 233 2, 65 | Rooted and founded in charity." Now the root is sometimes ~ 234 2, 65 | without branches. Therefore charity can sometimes be without 235 2, 65 | Further, there was perfect charity in Christ. And yet He had ~ 236 2, 65 | 7], AA[3],4). Therefore charity can be ~without faith and 237 2, 65 | evidently belongs most to charity, ~according to Prov. 8:17: " 238 2, 65 | that we are brought to charity, as stated above (Q[62], 239 2, 65 | is not possible to have charity without faith and hope.~ 240 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Charity signifies not only the love 241 2, 65 | 2. That this belongs to charity is evident from 1 Jn. 4: 242 2, 65 | 16: ~"He that abideth in charity, abideth in God, and God 243 2, 65 | friendship with God, which is charity, is impossible without ~ 244 2, 65 | this fellowship. Therefore charity is quite impossible ~without 245 2, 65 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Charity is not any kind of love 246 2, 65 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Charity is the root of faith and 247 2, 65 | such are the ~precursors of charity, as stated above (Q[62], 248 2, 65 | above (Q[62], A[4]), and so charity is ~impossible without them.~ 249 2, 65 | that in Him was perfect charity.~ 250 2, 66 | than another, for example, charity, than faith and ~hope. Secondly, 251 2, 66 | the infused virtues, from charity, and not from the ~inclination, 252 2, 66 | of prudence, or also of charity, in which all the infused ~ 253 2, 66 | which is also suppressed by ~charity; nor only anger, which is 254 2, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether charity is the greatest of the theological 255 2, 66 | OBJ 1: It would seem that charity is not the greatest of the 256 2, 66 | intellect, while hope and charity ~are in the appetitive power, 257 2, 66 | is compared to hope and ~charity, as intellectual to moral 258 2, 66 | is greater than hope and charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 259 2, 66 | from something added to ~charity; for it presupposes love, 260 2, 66 | Therefore hope is greater than charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 261 2, 66 | and ~hope are the cause of charity: for a gloss on Mt. 1:3 262 2, 66 | faith ~begets hope, and hope charity." Therefore faith and hope 263 2, 66 | and hope are greater ~than charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 264 2, 66 | there remain ~faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest 265 2, 66 | the greatest of these is charity."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 266 2, 66 | object; and in this way charity is greater than the others. 267 2, 66 | possessed. But the love of charity is of that which is already 268 2, 66 | 16): "He that abideth in charity, abideth in God, and God 269 2, 66 | hope are not related to charity in the same way ~as prudence 270 2, 66 | according to Eph. 3:19: "The charity of Christ which ~surpasseth 271 2, 66 | else. On the other hand, charity ~implies love of friendship, 272 2, 66 | faith begets hope, and hope charity: in the sense, to wit, that 273 2, 67 | faith or hope?~(6) Whether charity remains?~Aquin.: SMT FS 274 2, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether charity remains after this life, 275 2, 67 | OBJ 1: It would seem that charity does not remain after this 276 2, 67 | be ~done away." Now the charity of the wayfarer is imperfect. 277 2, 67 | to come, it ~seems that charity is not the same in both 278 2, 67 | continuous increase. But the charity of the wayfarer can ~never 279 2, 67 | attain to equality with the charity of heaven, however much 280 2, 67 | Therefore it seems that the charity of the wayfarer does not ~ 281 2, 67 | Apostle says (1 Cor. 13:8): "Charity never falleth ~away."~Aquin.: 282 2, 67 | whiteness by intensity. Now charity is love, the ~nature of 283 2, 67 | or not seen. ~Therefore charity is not done away by the 284 2, 67 | OBJ 1: The imperfection of charity is accidental to it; because ~ 285 2, 67 | Hence ~the imperfection of charity being done away, charity 286 2, 67 | charity being done away, charity itself is not done ~away.~ 287 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 2: The object of charity is not knowledge itself; 288 2, 67 | itself; if it were, ~the charity of the wayfarer would not 289 2, 67 | would not be the same as the charity of ~heaven: its object is 290 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 3: The reason why charity of the wayfarer cannot attain 291 2, 67 | to the ~perfection of the charity of heaven, is a difference 292 2, 68 | especially clear with regard to charity, of which it is written ~( 293 2, 68 | Many waters cannot quench charity."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 294 2, 68 | humble of heart," and in ~charity, according to Jn. 15:12: " 295 2, 68 | God is by faith, hope and charity: ~and, consequently, these 296 2, 68 | Holy Ghost dwells ~in us by charity, according to Rm. 5:5: " 297 2, 68 | according to Rm. 5:5: "The charity of God is poured ~forth 298 2, 68 | are connected ~together in charity: so that whoever has charity 299 2, 68 | charity: so that whoever has charity has all the gifts of the ~ 300 2, 68 | can one possess without charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 301 2, 68 | all who are possessed of charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 302 2, 68 | xv, 18) while speaking of charity: "No gift ~of God is more 303 2, 68 | Holy Ghost, but, without charity, they ~avail nothing." But 304 2, 68 | they ~avail nothing." But charity is a virtue. Therefore a 305 2, 68 | done in faith, hope, ~and charity."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 306 2, 68 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Charity is a theological virtue; 307 2, 68 | as they are quickened by charity, which "dealeth not ~perversely" ( 308 2, 68 | depart from the perfection of charity, they ~assist one another. 309 2, 70 | numbers ~certain virtues, viz. charity, meekness, faith, and chastity. 310 2, 70 | Doctr. Christ. iii, 10): "Charity is the ~movement of the 311 2, 70 | Holy Ghost, we ~reckon "charity," wherein the Holy Ghost 312 2, 70 | written (Rm. ~5:5): "The charity of God is poured forth in 313 2, 70 | necessary result of the love of charity ~is joy: because every lover 314 2, 70 | united to the beloved. Now ~charity has always actual presence 315 2, 70 | 16: "He that abideth in charity, abideth in God, and God 316 2, 70 | wherefore the sequel of charity is "joy." Now the perfection 317 2, 70 | object. Wherefore after charity and joy, "peace" is ~given 318 2, 70 | to good, are reduced to charity, joy and peace. The reason 319 2, 70 | first place is given ~to charity, joy, and peace: to which, 320 2, 70 | wedlock, we may contrast charity, whereby the soul is ~wedded 321 2, 71 | mortal sin is contrary to charity, which is the root of all 322 2, 71 | virtues; and consequently, charity being banished by ~one act 323 2, 71 | is neither contrary to ~charity, nor banishes it, as a consequence, 324 2, 72 | to Whom it is united by charity, ~there is mortal sin; but 325 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, charity is a greater virtue than 326 2, 73 | hatred which is opposed to charity is a less grievous sin ~ 327 2, 73 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Charity is not any kind of love, 328 2, 73 | love less, in the order ~of charity, than God and his neighbor, 329 2, 75 | sinful act, loses ~grace, or charity, or shame, or anything else 330 2, 78 | or Divine law, or Divine charity, or some such thing, it 331 2, 78 | in ~the grace of God or charity. Wherefore it is an evil, 332 2, 79 | affections by the fire of charity. And since two of the senses 333 2, 84 | immutable ~God; and consequently charity, which is the love of God, 334 2, 84 | Rooted and founded in ~charity."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[84] A[ 335 2, 87 | to which man adheres by charity. ~Therefore whatever sins 336 2, 87 | from God, so as to destroy charity, ~considered in themselves, 337 2, 87 | 2: "If I . . . ~have not charity, I am nothing."~Aquin.: 338 2, 88 | because it does not exclude charity, which refers man to God ~ 339 2, 88 | is in itself contrary to charity, whereby man is directed 340 2, 88 | that is ~contrary to divine charity, proves that he prefers 341 2, 88 | themselves contrary to ~charity, that something is loved 342 2, 89 | diminishes the habit of charity and of the other ~virtues, 343 2, 89 | accrues to those who, by charity, cleave to God as their 344 2, 89 | but faith quickened by charity, according to Eph. 3:17: " 345 2, 89 | Rooted ~and founded in charity." Accordingly, he that dies 346 2, 89 | cleansed by the fervor of charity: wherefore ~they do not 347 2, 89 | recourse to the ~fervor of charity in order to remove them.~ 348 2, 89 | their acts are ~acts of charity, so that no venial sin can 349 2, 93 | the law willingly, through charity which is poured into his 350 2, 98 | the Holy Ghost, whereby "charity" which ~fulfilleth the law . . . " 351 2, 98 | by giving me grace ~and charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 352 2, 99 | end of the ~commandment is charity"; since every law aims at 353 2, 99 | justice is in the precepts, charity in the commandments." Duty 354 2, 99 | covetousness is the bane of charity." Therefore temporal promises 355 2, 99 | temporalities, ~is the bane of charity. But the attainment of temporal 356 2, 100 | 10) Whether the mode of charity comes under the precept?~( 357 2, 100 | that faith ~"worketh by charity." But faith is not included 358 2, 100 | as is also the precept of charity. For just as ~the first 359 2, 100 | Moreover the commandment of charity extends ~to all our neighbors. 360 2, 100 | decalogue are ordained unto ~charity, according to 1 Tim. 1:5: " 361 2, 100 | end of the commandment is ~charity." Therefore as there is 362 2, 100 | reduced to the precepts of charity. ~Now there was need for 363 2, 100 | 1/1~Whether the mode of charity falls under the precept 364 2, 100 | would seem that the mode of charity falls under the precept 365 2, 100 | except they be done from ~charity: for it is written (1 Cor. 366 2, 100 | be burned, and ~have not charity, it profiteth me nothing." 367 2, 100 | Therefore the mode of charity ~is included in the commandment.~ 368 2, 100 | 2: Further, the mode of charity consists properly speaking 369 2, 100 | Therefore the mode of ~charity falls under the precept.~ 370 2, 100 | Further, if the mode of charity does not fall under the 371 2, 100 | the law without having ~charity. Now what can be done without 372 2, 100 | what can be done without charity can be done without grace, ~ 373 2, 100 | which is always united to charity. Therefore one can fulfil 374 2, 100 | Therefore the mode of charity is included ~in the commandment.~ 375 2, 100 | If ~therefore the mode of charity falls under the precept, 376 2, 100 | acts otherwise than from charity sins mortally. But whoever 377 2, 100 | mortally. But whoever has ~not charity, acts otherwise than from 378 2, 100 | acts otherwise than from charity. Therefore it follows that ~ 379 2, 100 | follows that ~whoever has not charity, sins mortally in whatever 380 2, 100 | absolutely that the mode of charity comes under the precept; ~ 381 2, 100 | possible for one not having charity to fulfil this ~precept: 382 2, 100 | dispose himself to receive charity from God. Nor ~(say they) 383 2, 100 | follow that a man not having charity sins mortally ~whenever 384 2, 100 | that binds one to act from charity, and is binding not for 385 2, 100 | as one is in a state of charity. On the ~other hand, some 386 2, 100 | have said that the mode of charity is altogether outside ~the 387 2, 100 | point. Because the act of ~charity can be considered in two 388 2, 100 | which regards the act of charity; ~since man can dispose 389 2, 100 | dispose himself to possess charity, and when he possesses ~ 390 2, 100 | it. Secondly, the act of charity can be considered as ~being 391 2, 100 | virtues are ordained to charity, which is "the end of ~the 392 2, 100 | saying ~that the mode of charity does not fall under the 393 2, 100 | must ~honor his father from charity, but merely that he must 394 2, 100 | his father, yet has not charity, does not break ~this precept: 395 2, 100 | precept concerning the act of ~charity, for which reason he deserves 396 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 2: The precept of charity contains the injunction 397 2, 100 | cannot fulfil the precept of ~charity, unless he also refer all 398 2, 100 | bound to honor them from charity, not in virtue ~of the precept, " 399 2, 100 | omission of the mode of ~charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 400 2, 100 | he ~fulfil the precept of charity, which is impossible without 401 2, 100 | which is impossible without charity. ~Consequently it is not 402 2, 100 | these two commandments" of charity "dependeth the whole ~law 403 2, 101 | chiefly by faith, hope, and charity." But the precepts of ~faith, 404 2, 101 | precepts of ~faith, hope, and charity are not figurative. Therefore 405 2, 102 | evident that the dove denotes charity and ~simplicity of heart.~ 406 2, 102 | the dove ~was a figure of charity. "The wheat-flour foreshadowed 407 2, 102 | and the ~abundance of His charity, whereby He offered Himself 408 2, 102 | was full of wisdom and ~charity, which are betokened by 409 2, 102 | signify Christ's Passion or charity. And it was eaten with ~ 410 2, 102 | which denotes twofold charity; ~for it is by these three 411 2, 102 | hyssop, i.e. faith, hope and ~charity, as stated above (ad 5), 412 2, 102 | heart by the solicitude of charity, in token of which ~they 413 2, 103 | consists ~in faith, hope and charity. Consequently exterior worship 414 2, 105 | from him: how doth the charity of God abide in him?" Hence 415 2, 107 | Law comprised precepts of ~charity: "Thou shalt love thy neighbor" ( 416 2, 107 | since it is ~the law of charity, of which the Apostle says ( 417 2, 107 | the virtues, chiefly of charity. ~Accordingly such persons 418 2, 107 | Old Testament who, ~having charity and the grace of the Holy 419 2, 107 | Law contained precepts of charity, nevertheless it ~did not 420 2, 107 | the Holy Ghost by Whom "charity . . . is spread abroad in ~ 421 2, 108 | faith that worketh through charity seems ~chiefly to belong 422 2, 108 | faith ~that worketh through charity." But the New Law declared 423 2, 108 | is by means of works of charity. These, in so far ~as they 424 2, 109 | proper and principal act of charity. Now man cannot of himself 425 2, 109 | cannot of himself possess ~charity, since the "charity of God 426 2, 109 | possess ~charity, since the "charity of God is poured forth in 427 2, 109 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Charity loves God above all things 428 2, 109 | of natural good; whereas charity loves Him, as He ~is the 429 2, 109 | fellowship with God. Moreover charity adds to natural love of 430 2, 109 | of love is that whereby charity loves God as the ~giver 431 2, 109 | their being done out of charity. And in this way, ~neither 432 2, 110 | is faith that worketh ~by charity." But faith that worketh 433 2, 110 | But faith that worketh by charity is a virtue. Therefore ~ 434 2, 110 | sanctifying grace. Nor is it charity, ~since "grace foreruns 435 2, 110 | since "grace foreruns charity," as Augustine says in his 436 2, 110 | calls "faith that worketh by charity" grace, ~since the act of 437 2, 110 | faith of him that worketh by charity is the first act by ~which 438 2, 110 | love through the virtue of ~charity, so also in the nature of 439 2, 111 | justified. For even as the charity of the earth ~is not voided 440 2, 111 | not so placed, as hope and charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 441 2, 111 | With regard to hope and ~charity, they belong to the appetitive 442 2, 111 | proves he is speaking of charity, which pertains to ~sanctifying 443 2, 112 | otherwise with grace and charity and ~such like, which perfect 444 2, 113 | hearts by faith"; and by charity, according to Prov. 10:12: " 445 2, 113 | according to Prov. 10:12: "Charity ~covereth all sins." Therefore 446 2, 113 | be named ~after faith or charity rather than justice.~Aquin.: 447 2, 113 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Faith and charity imply a special directing 448 2, 113 | justice ~rather than after charity or faith.~Aquin.: SMT FS 449 2, 113 | justified"; and again by charity, according to Lk. 7:47: " 450 2, 113 | unless it is quickened ~by charity; hence in the justification 451 2, 113 | ungodly, a movement of ~charity is infused together with 452 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly. For charity alone suffices ~to take 453 2, 113 | according to Prov. 10:12: "Charity covereth all sins." ~Now 454 2, 113 | sins." ~Now the object of charity is not sin. Therefore for 455 2, 113 | hence, as it belongs to charity to love God, so ~likewise, 456 2, 113 | to be ~capable of having charity belongs to man's nature; 457 2, 113 | but to have faith and ~charity belongs to the grace of 458 2, 113 | become perfect; ~because "charity begun merits increase, and 459 2, 114 | through the instrumentality of charity that ~grace is the principle 460 2, 114 | an increase of grace or charity?~(9) Whether he can merit 461 2, 114 | moreover, surpasses the ~charity or love of the wayfarer, 462 2, 114 | principle of merit through charity rather than the ~other virtues?~ 463 2, 114 | principle of merit through ~charity rather than the other virtues. 464 2, 114 | according to his labor." Now charity lessens rather than ~increases 465 2, 114 | next to nothing." ~Hence charity is no greater principle 466 2, 114 | principle of merit than charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 467 2, 114 | life rests chiefly ~with charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 468 2, 114 | merit chiefly rest ~with charity. For we must bear in mind 469 2, 114 | good is the proper act of charity, whereby all the acts of 470 2, 114 | virtues are ~commanded by charity. Hence the merit of life 471 2, 114 | everlasting pertains first ~to charity, and secondly, to the other 472 2, 114 | their acts ~are commanded by charity. So, likewise, is it manifest 473 2, 114 | is chiefly attributed to charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 474 2, 114 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Charity, inasmuch as it has the 475 2, 114 | increase of merit; and thus charity does not lessen the ~toil - 476 2, 114 | merit and is removed by charity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 477 2, 114 | faith . . . ~worketh by charity" (Gal. 5:6). So, too, the 478 2, 114 | unless a man does them out of charity, ~according to 1 Cor. 13: 479 2, 114 | be burned, and ~have not charity, it profiteth me nothing."~ 480 2, 114 | be said that every act of charity merits eternal life absolutely; 481 2, 114 | the increase of grace or charity?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 482 2, 114 | an increase of grace or ~charity. For when anyone receives 483 2, 114 | to merit the increase of charity or ~grace, it would follow 484 2, 114 | principle of ~merit is grace or charity, as was shown above (AA[ 485 2, 114 | can merit greater grace or charity than he has.~Aquin.: SMT 486 2, 114 | act flowing ~from grace or charity, as by every such act a 487 2, 114 | the increase of grace or charity falls under ~merit, it would 488 2, 114 | by every act quickened by charity a man would ~merit an increase 489 2, 114 | would ~merit an increase of charity. But what a man merits, 490 2, 114 | would follow ~that grace or charity is increased by every meritorious 491 2, 114 | suffice for the increase of charity. Therefore the ~increase 492 2, 114 | Therefore the ~increase of charity does not come under merit.~ 493 2, 114 | cf. Ep. clxxxvi) that ~"charity merits increase, and being 494 2, 114 | the increase of grace or charity falls under merit.~Aquin.: 495 2, 114 | movement is by the increase of charity or grace ~according to Prov. 496 2 | of Hope, and thirdly, of Charity.~ 497 2, 1 | faith is condivided with charity, as stated above (FS, ~Q[ 498 2, 1 | FS, ~Q[62], A[3]). Now by charity we love not only God, who 499 2, 1 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Charity also loves our neighbor 500 2, 1 | condivided with hope and charity. Now something false can


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