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1 1, 1 | the science of God and the blessed. Hence, just ~as the musician 2 1, 9 | ultimate end; as all the blessed ~in heaven. Therefore some 3 1, 10 | like the angels, and the blessed, who enjoy the Word, because " 4 1, 12 | absolutely granted that the blessed see the essence of ~God.~ 5 1, 12 | viz. the society of the ~blessed who see God. By this light 6 1, 12 | see God. By this light the blessed are made "deiform" - i.e. 7 1, 12 | is ~comprehended by the blessed, according to the words, " 8 1, 12 | satisfy and ~quell it. But the blessed possess these three things 9 1, 12 | God is in the souls of the blessed; not thus is He in our soul, 10 1, 25 | cannot be better. ~And the Blessed Virgin Mary is raised above 11 1, 25 | fruition ~of God; and the Blessed Virgin from the fact that 12 1, 26 | regard to what is God called blessed; does this regard His act 13 1, 26 | beatitude of each of the blessed?~(4) Whether all other beatitude 14 1, 26 | shall show, ~who is the Blessed and only Almighty, the King 15 1, 26 | 1~Whether God is called blessed in respect of His intellect?~ 16 1, 26 | seems that God is not called blessed in respect to His ~intellect. 17 1, 26 | however, is the same as to be blessed. Therefore, since we enjoy 18 1, 26 | intellect; as also to ~the blessed, who are called blesses [ 19 1, 26 | beatitude of each of the blessed?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[26] A[ 20 1, 26 | beatitude of each of the blessed. For ~God is the supreme 21 1, 26 | the ~beatitude of every blessed is God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 26 | beatitude; for everyone is blessed from this ~sole fact, that 23 1, 26 | Augustine (Confess. v, 4): "Blessed is he who knoweth Thee, 24 1, 43 | Further, Christ and the blessed have fullness of grace. 25 1, 43 | Christ, as ~man, and all the blessed are perfectly united to 26 1, 43 | mission is directed to the blessed at the ~very beginning of 27 1, 50 | xiv): "There ~are many blessed armies of the heavenly intelligences, 28 1, 53 | necessarily be said that ~a blessed soul is moved locally, because 29 1, 59 | angels, ~especially in the blessed ones, it seems that there 30 1, 61 | but ~of the heaven of the Blessed Trinity; unto which the 31 1, 62 | he was created ~already blessed. Because the angel does 32 1, 62 | only when the angels became blessed by turning to the ~good. 33 1, 62 | Truth is seen by all the ~blessed in various degrees: but 34 1, 62 | is better to say that the Blessed can in no wise merit ~without 35 1, 62 | alone was such. For the Blessed acquire such joy from the ~ 36 1, 63 | of the angels were made blessed, and ~some sinned.~Aquin.: 37 1, 63 | they would have ~become blessed at once; and so would never 38 1, 66 | it to be the place of the blessed. Strabus and Bede ~say that 39 1, 67 | intellect, as in those words: "Blessed are the clean of heart, 40 1, 68 | name is applied to the Blessed Trinity, Who is the Light 41 1, 72 | God is recorded to ~have blessed, than are birds and fishes. 42 1, 72 | and fishes are said ~to be blessed, this should have been said, 43 1, 73 | is usual to call a time blessed or holy for that some ~good 44 1, 73 | the seventh day should be ~blessed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 45 1, 73 | written (Gn. 2:3), "God blessed the seventh day ~and sanctified 46 1, 73 | the creatures ~which He blessed: "Increase and multiply." 47 1, 75 | Angelic minds ~have simple and blessed intelligence, not gathering 48 1, 43 | Further, Christ and the blessed have fullness of grace. 49 1, 43 | Christ, as ~man, and all the blessed are perfectly united to 50 1, 43 | mission is directed to the blessed at the ~very beginning of 51 1, 51 | xiv): "There ~are many blessed armies of the heavenly intelligences, 52 1, 54 | necessarily be said that ~a blessed soul is moved locally, because 53 1, 60 | angels, ~especially in the blessed ones, it seems that there 54 1, 62 | but ~of the heaven of the Blessed Trinity; unto which the 55 1, 63 | he was created ~already blessed. Because the angel does 56 1, 63 | only when the angels became blessed by turning to the ~good. 57 1, 63 | Truth is seen by all the ~blessed in various degrees: but 58 1, 63 | is better to say that the Blessed can in no wise merit ~without 59 1, 63 | alone was such. For the Blessed acquire such joy from the ~ 60 1, 64 | of the angels were made blessed, and ~some sinned.~Aquin.: 61 1, 64 | they would have ~become blessed at once; and so would never 62 1, 67 | it to be the place of the blessed. Strabus and Bede ~say that 63 1, 68 | intellect, as in those words: "Blessed are the clean of heart, 64 1, 69 | name is applied to the Blessed Trinity, Who is the Light 65 1, 71 | God is recorded to ~have blessed, than are birds and fishes. 66 1, 71 | and fishes are said ~to be blessed, this should have been said, 67 1, 72 | is usual to call a time blessed or holy for that some ~good 68 1, 72 | the seventh day should be ~blessed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 69 1, 72 | written (Gn. 2:3), "God blessed the seventh day ~and sanctified 70 1, 72 | the creatures ~which He blessed: "Increase and multiply." 71 1, 74 | Angelic minds ~have simple and blessed intelligence, not gathering 72 1, 83 | eternal types; but the blessed who see God, and all things 73 1, 83 | such as the souls of the blessed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[84] A[ 74 1, 88 | regards ~the souls of the blessed in heaven, for Gregory continues 75 1, 88 | that the souls of the blessed who see God ~do know all 76 1, 88 | But as the souls of the blessed are most perfectly united 77 1, 92 | just, the third only in the blessed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 78 1, 99 | sinning, which is only in the blessed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 79 1, 101 | dwell ~in the abode of the blessed - that is, the empyrean 80 1, 105 | that it ~may be seen by the blessed, Who, when Moses asked: " 81 1, 105 | as possible. Hence ~the Blessed Peter admonishes those who 82 1, 112 | ways: ~some of them hath He blessed and exalted, and some of 83 1, 112 | the angels and the ~other blessed, because they will cleaves 84 1, 112 | against the will of the blessed. For as the Philosopher 85 1, 112 | passage be expounded of the blessed angels, then the ~expression 86 1, 118 | ABOVE ALL ~GOD FOR EVER BLESSED. Amen.~ 87 2, 2 | of happiness of all the blessed, as being the infinite and ~ 88 2, 4 | It is written (Mt. 5:8): "Blessed are the clean of ~heart; 89 2, 4 | 14:13): "Happy [Douay: 'blessed'] ~are the dead who die 90 2, 4 | Unchangeable Substance, as the blessed angels see It; either for ~ 91 2, 4 | even now ~some souls of the Blessed are raised to the higher 92 2, 4 | Jn. 13:17): "You shall be blessed, if you do them." But the ~ 93 2, 4 | and (Mt. 25:34): "Come, ye blessed of My ~Father, possess you 94 2, 4 | will be appointed to the Blessed, not as ~a need of Happiness, 95 2, 5 | is written (Ps. 93:12): "Blessed is the man whom ~Thou shalt 96 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 3: None of the Blessed lacks any desirable good; 97 2, 5 | is ~written (Ps. 118:1): "Blessed are the undefiled in the 98 2, 5 | these things, ~you shall be blessed if you do them." Therefore 99 2, 13 | choose to do it. But the ~Blessed Benedict says (Regula lxviii) 100 2, 35 | it is written (Mt. 5:5): "Blessed are they that mourn, ~for 101 2, 39 | entering into the rest of the ~blessed, be consigned to the hell 102 2, 39 | is evident from Mt. 5:5: "Blessed are they that ~mourn, for 103 2, 51 | a short time ~make a man blessed and happy." But "happiness 104 2, 57 | which man is made happy ~or blessed: for "happiness is the reward 105 2, 59 | no room for sorrow in the blessed, in whom there ~can be no 106 2, 61 | in explaining the words, "Blessed are the poor ~in spirit" ( 107 2, 61 | virtues attributed to the Blessed, ~or, in this life, to some 108 2, 67 | after this life, in ~the Blessed, in as much as each one' 109 2, 67 | the subject, viz. that the Blessed see that which makes ~them 110 2, 67 | after this ~life: in the Blessed, filial fear, which abides 111 2, 67 | so is desire. Now in ~the Blessed there is desire for future 112 2, 67 | which the souls of the Blessed desire, as Augustine declares ( 113 2, 67 | there can be hope in the Blessed after this life ~is past.~ 114 2, 67 | doth he hope for?" But the Blessed see that which is the object 115 2, 67 | than hope of ~glory in the Blessed. Because in the lost there 116 2, 67 | can be no desire in the ~Blessed, in so far as desire looks 117 2, 68 | inheritance of that land of the Blessed, except he be moved and 118 2, 69 | is written (Job 5:17): "Blessed is the man whom God correcteth"; 119 2, 69 | correcteth"; and ~(Ps. i, 1): "Blessed is the man who hath not 120 2, 69 | ungodly"; and (Prov. 3:13): "Blessed is the man that findeth 121 2, 69 | the first beatitude is: ~"Blessed are the poor in spirit," 122 2, 69 | the second beatitude is: "Blessed ~are the meek." From following 123 2, 69 | the third beatitude is: "Blessed are ~they that mourn."~Aquin.: 124 2, 69 | the fourth beatitude is: "Blessed are they that ~hunger and 125 2, 69 | the fifth beatitude is: "Blessed are the merciful."~Aquin.: 126 2, 69 | the ~sixth beatitude is: "Blessed are the clean of heart." 127 2, 69 | the seventh beatitude is "Blessed are ~the peacemakers."~Aquin.: 128 2, 69 | Accordingly, when we read, "Blessed is the man whom the Lord 129 2, 69 | mourning: when we read, "Blessed ~is the man that hath not 130 2, 69 | heart: and when we read, "Blessed is the man ~that findeth 131 2, 69 | sets aside by saying: ~"Blessed are ye poor." The second 132 2, 69 | saying in the second ~place: "Blessed are ye that hunger." The 133 2, 69 | puts aside by saying: ~"Blessed are ye that weep now." The 134 2, 69 | excludes, saying, fourthly: "Blessed shall you be, when men ~ 135 2, 81 | prevenient purification in the Blessed Virgin was not ~needed to 136 2, 93 | is in itself, except ~the blessed who see God in His Essence. 137 2, 93 | But those who are already blessed, and those who are ~already 138 2, 93 | state. ~Accordingly both the blessed and the damned are under 139 2, 100 | The gloss on Mt. 5:11: "Blessed are ye when they shall ~ 140 2, 102 | skins, the heaven of the Blessed Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT FS 141 2, 102 | according to Ps. 31:1: "Blessed are they ~whose iniquities 142 2, 103 | Such is ~the state of the Blessed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 143 2, 103 | 2/2~In this state of the Blessed, then, nothing in regard 144 2, 103 | concerning the city of the ~Blessed (Apoc. 21:22): "I saw no 145 2, 103 | which all nations were to ~blessed. Wherefore, as long as this 146 2, 110 | according to Ps. 31:2: "Blessed is the man to whom the Lord 147 2, 113 | according to Ps. 31:2: "Blessed is the man to whom the Lord ~ 148 2, 114 | he naturally wishes to be blessed. Hence man by his natural ~ 149 2, 2 | whereby man is made one of the Blessed, as stated above (Q[1], 150 2, 2 | itself, and as seen by the Blessed, it cannot be understood ~ 151 2, 5 | to them as He is to ~the Blessed by the light of glory.~Aquin.: 152 2, 8 | Whether the sixth beatitude, "Blessed are the clean of heart," 153 2, 8 | that the sixth beatitude, "Blessed are the clean of ~heart, 154 2, 8 | which gives happiness to the Blessed, as stated above ~(FS, Q[ 155 2, 9 | Whether the third beatitude, "Blessed are they that mourn," etc. ~ 156 2, 9 | that the third beatitude, "Blessed are they that ~mourn," does 157 2, 10 | of the faithful. Thus the Blessed Sebastian encouraged those ~ 158 2, 11 | Jerome]): "This, most ~blessed Pope, is the faith that 159 2, 12 | is demeritorious. In ~the blessed, on the other hand, good 160 2, 17 | 2) Whether it is in the blessed?~(3) Whether it is in the 161 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Whether in the blessed there is hope?~Aquin.: SMT 162 2, 17 | It would seem that in the blessed there is hope. For Christ 163 2, 17 | person. Therefore in the blessed ~there can be hope.~Aquin.: 164 2, 17 | Q[17], A[3]). But ~the blessed who are in heaven hope for 165 2, 17 | xii, 35). Therefore in the blessed there can be hope.~Aquin.: 166 2, 17 | doth he hope for?" Now the blessed enjoy the sight of God. 167 2, 17 | neither of them ~can be in the blessed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 168 2, 17 | comprehensor and therefore blessed as ~to the enjoyment of 169 2, 17 | past and future. Hence the blessed ~do not hope for the continuation 170 2, 17 | when ~hope is voided in the blessed, whereby they hoped for 171 2, 17 | good, as neither can the blessed apprehend it as ~a future 172 2, 17 | is no hope either in the blessed or in ~the damned. On the 173 2, 17 | the voiding of hope in the blessed increase their merit: ~but 174 2, 18 | free-will; whereas in ~the blessed, it becomes impossible, 175 2, 18 | quoted excludes from the blessed, the fear that ~denotes 176 2, 18 | that there is none in the blessed, ~whose happiness consists 177 2, 18 | last beatitude which is, "Blessed are ~the peacemakers, for 178 2, 18 | humble of whom it is said: Blessed are the ~poor in spirit."~ 179 2, 23 | therefore, the charity of the blessed is something finite, ~if 180 2, 23 | quantity of the charity ~of the blessed, which follows open vision. 181 2, 23 | Accordingly the charity of the ~blessed, because it entirely fills 182 2, 24 | the demons differ from the blessed angels in the matter ~of 183 2, 25 | Divine will, each of the blessed will desire everyone to ~ 184 2, 25 | the ~entire life of the blessed consists in directing their 185 2, 25 | banished from the mind of ~the blessed. Yet all these reasons are 186 2, 27 | according to Mt. 5:5: "Blessed are they that ~mourn, for 187 2, 27 | But the joy, ~even of the blessed, can be increased, since 188 2, 27 | so that the joy of the blessed is ~full to perfection - 189 2, 28 | according to Mt. 5:9: "Blessed are the ~peacemakers, for 190 2, 30 | If his sides have not ~blessed me," and the Apostle says 191 2, 30 | hence it is ~related of the Blessed Lucy that she gave alms 192 2, 30 | Cor. 11:3). As ~regards Blessed Lucy, she had a betrothed, 193 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Blessed Thomas of Canterbury demanded 194 2, 43 | the seventh beatitude is: "Blessed are the ~peacemakers, for 195 2, 43 | denoted in the words, "Blessed are the peacemakers." Now 196 2, 50 | Whether the fifth beatitude, "Blessed are the merciful," etc. ~ 197 2, 50 | that God causes in the ~blessed a knowledge of what is to 198 2, 50 | there are things which the blessed, whether angels or men, ~ 199 2, 50 | God moves the ~mind of the blessed in one way, and the mind 200 2, 50 | nescience in ~the mind of the blessed as regards the things they 201 2, 50 | gift of counsel is in the blessed, in so far as God ~preserves 202 2, 50 | Reply OBJ 1: Even in the blessed there are acts directed 203 2, 56 | commentary on Mt. 5:6, "Blessed are ~they that hunger and 204 2, 62 | stain on the body," as the Blessed Lucy declared. Now it is 205 2, 76 | gloss says on Is. 33:15, ~"Blessed is he that shaketh his hands 206 2, 81 | praying: since we beseech the Blessed Trinity "to have mercy on ~ 207 2, 81 | whatever ~it is fitting the blessed should know about what happens 208 2, 81 | it is fear God ~whereby blessed are the poor in spirit, 209 2, 81 | If it is piety whereby blessed are ~the meek, let us ask 210 2, 81 | it is knowledge whereby blessed are they ~that mourn, let 211 2, 81 | it is fortitude whereby blessed ere they that hunger, let 212 2, 81 | If it is counsel whereby ~blessed are the merciful, let us 213 2, 81 | is understanding whereby blessed are the ~pure in heart, 214 2, 81 | If it is wisdom ~whereby blessed are the peacemakers for 215 2, 81 | in heaven, since they are blessed, have no lack ~of bliss, 216 2, 83 | bread is broken, eaten, blessed. The very word ~signifies 217 2, 86 | instanced in God and the blessed. Such is ~the necessity 218 2, 86 | the ~confirmation of the blessed. Hence, Augustine says ( 219 2, 86 | according to the rule of Blessed Benedict [*Ch. 58] and ~ 220 2, 88 | results: thus we read of the ~Blessed James [*the Greater; cf. 221 2, 89 | directed respectively to ~the Blessed Processions of the Thearchy," 222 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Blessed Ambrose established singing 223 2, 92 | angels and the souls of the blessed are our superiors. Therefore 224 2, 95 | these things." ~And the Blessed Agatha said: "I have never 225 2, 95 | the means of ~flight." The Blessed Agatha had experience of 226 2, 101 | God, for instance to the Blessed Virgin as being the mother ~ 227 2, 105 | avoid vainglory, ~as when Blessed Nicolas threw gold into 228 2, 113 | rose up ~and called her blessed: her husband, and he praised 229 2, 113 | soul, and the unjust man is blessed. The ~sinner hath provoked 230 2, 114 | people, they that call thee blessed, the ~same deceive thee, 231 2, 116 | commenting on Mt. 5:6, "Blessed are they that hunger and ~ 232 2, 119 | Whether the second beatitude, "Blessed are the meek," corresponds 233 2, 119 | that the second beatitude, "Blessed are the meek," does ~not 234 2, 119 | belongs the fourth beatitude, "Blessed are ~they that hunger and 235 2, 119 | or the fifth beatitude, ~"Blessed are the merciful," since 236 2, 119 | the third ~beatitude, "Blessed are they that mourn," corresponds 237 2, 119 | the ~second beatitude, "Blessed are the meek," to piety, 238 2, 121 | to afflict it. Thus the Blessed ~Tiburtius, while walking 239 2, 122 | is written (Mt. 5:10): ~"Blessed are they that suffer persecution 240 2, 122 | ad Mart. et Conf. ii): "Blessed ~martyrs, with what praise 241 2, 122 | is written (Mt. 5:10): "Blessed are they that suffer ~persecution 242 2, 122 | celebrates the martyrdom of Blessed John the Baptist, who suffered ~ 243 2, 123 | for a gloss on Ps. 127:1, "Blessed are all they that fear the ~ 244 2, 137 | Whether the fourth beatitude: "Blessed are they that hunger and 245 2, 137 | that the fourth beatitude, "Blessed are they that hunger ~and 246 2, 159 | according to Mt. 4:5, "Blessed are they that mourn, for 247 2, 159 | distinguished in the ~Rule of the Blessed Benedict?~Aquin.: SMT SS 248 2, 159 | down in the Rule of the Blessed Benedict [*St. Thomas gives 249 2, 162 | child with pain: ~except the Blessed Virgin, who "conceived without 250 2, 166 | xxiv, 21, it ~is related of Blessed John the Evangelist, that 251 2, 166 | would break. Whence the Blessed John drew the inference 252 2, 166 | is was revealed to ~the Blessed Paphnutius that a certain 253 2, 169 | although He is seen by the blessed in heaven, in whom this ~ 254 2, 171 | and ~the knowledge of the blessed, have maintained that the 255 2, 171 | it is the object of the blessed, but as containing ~the 256 2, 172 | thus the knowledge of the blessed is ~more excellent than 257 2, 172 | degree of prophecy in the blessed?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 258 2, 172 | degree of prophecy in the blessed. ~For, as stated above ( 259 2, 172 | Therefore in like manner the blessed can be called ~prophets.~ 260 2, 172 | revelations are made even to the blessed angels. Therefore even blessed ~ 261 2, 172 | blessed angels. Therefore even blessed ~angels can be prophets.~ 262 2, 172 | even ~comprehensors and the blessed can be called prophets.~ 263 2, 172 | there is no darkness in the blessed. ~Therefore they cannot 264 2, 172 | neither of these ways are the blessed remote; wherefore they ~ 265 2, 173 | pertaining to the vision of the ~blessed, which transcends the state 266 2, 173 | only as to the act of the blessed, it follows that he had 267 2, 173 | the contemplation of the blessed. Hence the gloss on 2 Cor. 268 2, 173 | the resurrection, in ~the blessed who see God in His essence, 269 2, 173 | like the vision ~of the blessed in one respect, namely as 270 2, 178 | is written (Mt. 5:8): ~"Blessed are the clean of heart, 271 2, 178 | when the man of God," the ~blessed Benedict, to wit, "saw a 272 2, 178 | light of God." Now the blessed Benedict was still in this 273 2, 178 | does not imply that the blessed ~Benedict, in that vision, 274 2, 179 | the ~future life of the blessed the occupation of external 275 2, 183 | that "it is related ~of the Blessed Mark* that after receiving 276 2, 183 | for salvation. Hence the Blessed Mark did not act against 277 2, 184 | written (Ecclus. 31:8): ~"Blessed is the rich man that is 278 2, 184 | that the "rich man" is ~blessed, but "the rich man that 279 2, 184 | religious habit is given or blessed at the time of profession.~ 280 2, 185 | continues: "For neither did the ~Blessed Benedict the saintly teacher 281 2, 185 | Boniface ~it is said that the "Blessed Benedict bade them to be 282 2, 185 | Acts 20:35): "It ~is a more blessed thing to give, rather than 283 2, 185 | says (Dial. ii, 1): The Blessed Benedict after ~leaving 284 2, 185 | for ~Christ's sake." The Blessed Alexis acted in like manner, 285 2, 185 | It is also related of the Blessed ~Arsenius in the Lives of 286 2, 186 | the ~Fathers (Coll. ii, 2) Blessed Antony is quoted, as preferring 287 2, 186 | Strictness of observances, as the Blessed Antony remarks ~(Conferences 288 2, 186 | fail altogether," as the Blessed Antony observes. Wherefore 289 2, 186 | for the morrow; for ~the Blessed Antony shows the danger 290 2, 186 | as in the case ~of the Blessed Antony and the Blessed Benedict.~ 291 2, 186 | the Blessed Antony and the Blessed Benedict.~Aquin.: SMT SS 292 2, 187 | according to ~the rule of the Blessed Benedict (lviii) and according 293 2, 187 | to give their sons to the blessed Benedict to be nurtured ~ 294 2, 187 | enter ~religion. For the blessed Benedict prescribes in his 295 2, 187 | Who is over all things God blessed for ever. Amen."~ 296 3, 2 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, of the Blessed Virgin it is sung that " 297 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Blessed Virgin is said to have merited 298 3, 3 | iii, 6): "Following the blessed Athanasius ~and Cyril we 299 3, 4 | is ~written (Ps. 64:5): "Blessed is he whom Thou hast chosen 300 3, 7 | imperfect is excluded from the blessed. But ~in the blessed there 301 3, 7 | the blessed. But ~in the blessed there is faith; for on Rm. 302 3, 7 | God or angels, or even the blessed, know and announce what 303 3, 7 | for it was said to the Blessed Virgin ~(Lk. 1:28): "Hail, 304 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Blessed Virgin is said to be full 305 3, 7 | none in the rest of the blessed, whose grace could not increase, ~ 306 3, 9 | the knowledge which the blessed or comprehensors have?~( 307 3, 9 | the knowledge which the blessed or comprehensors have?~Aquin.: 308 3, 9 | not the knowledge of the ~blessed or comprehensors. For the 309 3, 9 | For the knowledge of the blessed is a ~participation of Divine 310 3, 9 | not the knowledge of the blessed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[9] A[2] 311 3, 9 | Further, the knowledge of the blessed makes them blessed, ~according 312 3, 9 | of the blessed makes them blessed, ~according to Jn. 17:3: " 313 3, 9 | sent." But this Man ~was blessed through being united to 314 3, 9 | according to Ps. 64:5: ~"Blessed is He Whom Thou hast chosen 315 3, 9 | suppose the knowledge of the blessed in Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 316 3, 9 | Now the knowledge of the blessed, which consists in the ~ 317 3, 9 | of the knowledge of the blessed in ~Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 318 3, 9 | contrary, The knowledge of the blessed consists in the knowledge ~ 319 3, 9 | was the ~knowledge of the blessed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[9] A[2] 320 3, 9 | to the knowledge of the blessed, which consists in the ~ 321 3, 9 | creature is capable of that blessed knowledge, inasmuch as he 322 3, 9 | By the union this Man is blessed with the uncreated ~beatitude, 323 3, 10 | probable syllogism. But all the blessed see the Word ~immediately 324 3, 10 | Essence is granted to all the ~blessed by a partaking of the Divine 325 3, 10 | perfectly than do the other blessed, although all see the ~Divine 326 3, 11 | regards the souls of the blessed. Now before His ~Passion, 327 3, 11 | dependent upon it. And hence the blessed both before and ~after the 328 3, 11 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The blessed are likened to the angels 329 3, 11 | connatural to the souls of the blessed, ~but not to angels.~Aquin.: 330 3, 12 | knowledge, as appears to some [*Blessed Albert the ~Great, Alexander 331 3, 14 | the vision ~wherein the blessed see, as was said above ( 332 3, 14 | the ~soul of Christ was blessed. Now by the beatification 333 3, 16 | is over all things, God blessed for ever." Now Christ, ~ 334 3, 16 | 6), "we say, after the blessed Athanasius and ~Cyril, that 335 3, 18 | Christ, even as to ~the blessed, to choose with a free-will 336 3, 18 | whatever they will, for ~"blessed is he who has what he wills, 337 3, 21 | personal being and by the blessed vision." Secondly, movement ~ 338 3, 25 | Wherefore it is said ~that Blessed Luke painted the image of 339 3, 25 | sake. Since, therefore, the Blessed Virgin ~is a mere rational 340 3, 25 | above (AA[4],5). But the Blessed Virgin is in ~herself an 341 3, 25 | above all the relics of the blessed martyrs, as ~being the members 342 3, 26 | CONCEPTION . . . . ~. the Blessed Virgin . . . . . springs 343 3, 26 | CONCEPTION . . . . . Our Blessed ~Lord . . . . . springs 344 3, 26 | flesh" or ~body of our Blessed Lady. For it should be remembered 345 3, 26 | that "the ~flesh of the Blessed Virgin was conceived in 346 3, 26 | means that the body of the Blessed Virgin, being descended 347 3, 26 | therefore the ~body of the Blessed Virgin would not be infected 348 3, 26 | animation ~the body of the Blessed Virgin, being seminally 349 3, 26 | Thomas say that because the Blessed Virgin was not ~sanctified 350 3, 27 | THE SANCTIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN (SIX ARTICLES)~After 351 3, 27 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the Blessed Virgin, Mother of God, was 352 3, 27 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin was sanctified before 353 3, 27 | It would seem that the Blessed Virgin was not sanctified 354 3, 27 | natural birth. Therefore the Blessed Virgin was ~not sanctified 355 3, 27 | previously. Therefore the Blessed ~Virgin was not sanctified 356 3, 27 | actual. If, therefore, the Blessed Virgin was ~sanctified before 357 3, 27 | seems therefore that the Blessed Virgin ~was not sanctified 358 3, 27 | Therefore neither ~could the Blessed Virgin be cleansed from 359 3, 27 | Therefore even in her birth the Blessed Virgin was holy. Therefore 360 3, 27 | the sanctification of the Blessed Mary as to her being ~sanctified 361 3, 27 | reason that we believe the Blessed ~Virgin to have been sanctified 362 3, 27 | Reply OBJ 1: Even in the Blessed Virgin, first was that which 363 3, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Blessed Virgin was sanctified in 364 3, 27 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin was sanctified before 365 3, 27 | It would seem that the Blessed Virgin was sanctified before ~ 366 3, 27 | more therefore could the Blessed Virgin be sanctified ~before 367 3, 27 | But the purity ~of the Blessed Virgin would have been greater, 368 3, 27 | of the Conception of the ~Blessed Virgin. Therefore it seems 369 3, 27 | parents. ~Therefore the Blessed Virgin could be sanctified 370 3, 27 | it." Therefore also the Blessed Virgin ~was not sanctified 371 3, 27 | The sanctification of the Blessed Virgin cannot be ~understood 372 3, 27 | of the rational soul, the Blessed ~Virgin was not sanctified.~ 373 3, 27 | in whatever manner the Blessed Virgin ~would have been 374 3, 27 | remains, therefore, that the Blessed Virgin was ~sanctified after 375 3, 27 | OBJ 2: If the soul of the Blessed Virgin had never incurred 376 3, 27 | saved, the ~purity of the Blessed Virgin holds the highest 377 3, 27 | the Son of God." But the Blessed Virgin did indeed ~contract 378 3, 27 | the day," that is of the Blessed ~Virgin, who in her birth 379 3, 27 | celebrate the ~Conception of the Blessed Virgin, yet it tolerates 380 3, 27 | though the parents of the Blessed Virgin were cleansed from ~ 381 3, 27 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin was cleansed from 382 3, 27 | It would seem that the Blessed Virgin was not cleansed 383 3, 27 | should be taken away from the Blessed Virgin, pertaining to ~the 384 3, 27 | Holy Ghost ~came upon" the Blessed Virgin, "purifying her," 385 3, 27 | the fomes was not in the Blessed ~Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP 386 3, 27 | sanctification ~whereby the Blessed Virgin was sanctified in 387 3, 27 | that the fomes was in the Blessed ~Virgin without an inclination 388 3, 27 | of grace bestowed on the Blessed Virgin, such ~a disposition 389 3, 27 | of the east," i.e. by the Blessed ~Virgin, "and the earth," 390 3, 27 | Consequently in order that the Blessed Virgin might be conformed ~ 391 3, 27 | enough to ascribe to the ~Blessed Virgin perfect virtue and 392 3, 27 | twofold purification in the ~Blessed Virgin. The first was, as 393 3, 27 | sanctified in the womb the Blessed Virgin was preserved ~from 394 3, 27 | sanctified in the womb the Blessed ~Virgin was not preserved 395 3, 27 | some ~venial sin in the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 396 3, 27 | shall pierce") says that the Blessed Virgin "was ~troubled with 397 3, 27 | is a sin. Therefore the Blessed Virgin was not preserved ~ 398 3, 27 | was sinful. Therefore the Blessed Virgin was ~not preserved 399 3, 27 | New ~Testament." Now the Blessed Virgin was chosen by God 400 3, 27 | confess simply that the Blessed Virgin committed no ~actual 401 3, 27 | the fomes remained in the Blessed ~Virgin, but fettered; lest 402 3, 27 | Ep. ad Optim.) that "the Blessed Virgin while standing ~by 403 3, 27 | sanctification in the womb, the Blessed Virgin received ~the fulness 404 3, 27 | sanctification in the womb, the ~Blessed Virgin did not receive the 405 3, 27 | one else. Therefore the Blessed Virgin ~did not receive 406 3, 27 | said Phys. ~iii. But the Blessed Virgin received additional 407 3, 27 | by Jesus Christ." But the Blessed Virgin Mary was ~nearest 408 3, 27 | all received." Whereas the Blessed Virgin Mary received such 409 3, 27 | perfection of grace in the Blessed ~Virgin. The first was a 410 3, 27 | perfection of grace in the Blessed Virgin was ~through the 411 3, 27 | There is no doubt that the Blessed Virgin received in a ~high 412 3, 27 | Christ, it was proper to the Blessed Virgin to be ~sanctified 413 3, 27 | that it was proper for the Blessed Virgin, after ~Christ, to 414 3, 27 | been said (A[4]) that ~the Blessed Virgin was sanctified in 415 3, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The blessed Virgin, who was chosen by 416 3, 27 | that it was granted ~to the Blessed Virgin thence-forward never 417 3, 28 | seems, therefore, that the Blessed Virgin subsequently had 418 3, 28 | after (Christ's) Birth, the Blessed Virgin was known by ~Joseph; 419 3, 28 | Therefore it ~seems that the Blessed Virgin had other sons after 420 3, 28 | Therefore at that time the Blessed Virgin could not lawfully 421 3, 29 | We must believe that the Blessed Virgin, Mother of God, ~ 422 3, 29 | to some writers, that the Blessed Virgin ~was of the family 423 3, 29 | true marriage between the ~Blessed Virgin and Joseph.~Aquin.: 424 3, 29 | to St. Chrysostom]) the Blessed ~Virgin was so espoused 425 3, 29 | safeguard the fair ~fame of the Blessed Virgin, if she had not the 426 3, 30 | THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 427 3, 30 | now have to consider the Blessed Virgin's Annunciation, concerning ~ 428 3, 30 | necessary to announce to the Blessed Virgin that which was ~to 429 3, 30 | unnecessary to announce to the Blessed ~Virgin that which was to 430 3, 30 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Blessed Virgin believed in the Incarnation, 431 3, 30 | without doubt. Therefore the Blessed Virgin had no need for the ~ 432 3, 30 | 3: Further, just as the Blessed Virgin conceived Christ 433 3, 30 | have ~been announced to the Blessed Virgin that she was to conceive 434 3, 30 | should be announced to the ~Blessed Virgin that she was to conceive 435 3, 30 | Virgin. iii): "Mary is more blessed in receiving the faith of 436 3, 30 | in her heart after a more blessed manner than in her flesh."~ 437 3, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Blessed Virgin did indeed believe 438 3, 30 | made by an angel to the Blessed ~Virgin?~Aquin.: SMT TP 439 3, 30 | made by ~an angel to our Blessed Lady. For revelations to 440 3, 30 | have ~been announced to the Blessed Virgin by some man: especially 441 3, 30 | true estimation of the Blessed Virgin excludes her from 442 3, 30 | should have appeared to the ~Blessed Virgin also in an imaginary 443 3, 30 | Annunt. iii) pictures the ~Blessed Virgin as speaking thus: " 444 3, 30 | in a bodily vision to the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 445 3, 30 | a bodily vision ~to the Blessed Virgin. And this indeed 446 3, 30 | only one of them. Now the Blessed Virgin perceived ~not only 447 3, 30 | excellent a vision as the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 448 3, 30 | others says that as the Blessed Virgin was accustomed to 449 3, 30 | therefrom, by ~saying, "Blessed art thou among women."~Aquin.: 450 3, 30 | explicitly on Lk. 1:34, that the Blessed ~Virgin did not doubt the 451 3, 31 | nations of the earth be blessed": which words the Apostle ~ 452 3, 31 | David, through whom ~the Blessed Virgin Mary, who was of 453 3, 31 | greater likelihood, that the ~Blessed Mary's father, who was of 454 3, 31 | Orth. iv) says that the Blessed Virgin ~Mary was connected 455 3, 31 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Since the Blessed Virgin was of the same nature 456 3, 31 | the flesh and bones of the Blessed Virgin, nor anything that 457 3, 31 | Now, whatever was in the Blessed Virgin, as received from ~ 458 3, 31 | Consequently that which the ~Blessed Virgin received from her 459 3, 31 | descendants down to the Blessed Virgin, this matter ~was 460 3, 31 | seminal virtue, yet the Blessed Virgin's body ~was thus 461 3, 31 | through the medium of the Blessed Virgin, Christ is said to ~ 462 3, 31 | through the medium of the Blessed Virgin's body, of whom ~ 463 3, 31 | flesh. But the body of the Blessed Virgin was wholly conceived 464 3, 31 | Reply OBJ 2: Because the Blessed Virgin was conceived in 465 3, 32 | the flesh?~(4) Whether the Blessed Virgin cooperated actively 466 3, 32 | supplies the matter." But the Blessed Virgin is called ~Christ' 467 3, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin cooperated actively 468 3, 32 | It would seem that the Blessed Virgin cooperated actively 469 3, 32 | matter supplied by the Blessed Virgin there was an active 470 3, 32 | virtue." ~Therefore the Blessed Virgin did not cooperate 471 3, 32 | that, Some say that the Blessed Virgin cooperated actively 472 3, 32 | generation. And since in the Blessed Virgin there was no resolution 473 3, 32 | 3~Since, therefore, the Blessed Virgin was not Christ's 474 3, 33 | conception is attributed to the Blessed Virgin, who is a mere ~creature: 475 3, 33 | conception is attributed to the Blessed Virgin, not as ~the active 476 3, 34 | is written (Ps. 64:5): "Blessed is he whom Thou hast ~chosen, 477 3, 35 | Christ?~(3) Whether the Blessed Virgin is His Mother in 478 3, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin can be called Christ' 479 3, 35 | It would seem that the Blessed Virgin cannot be called 480 3, 35 | above (Q[32], ~A[4]), the Blessed Virgin Mary did not cooperate 481 3, 35 | Therefore it seems that the Blessed Virgin cannot be called ~ 482 3, 35 | born miraculously of the Blessed Virgin. But ~a miraculous 483 3, 35 | be called the Son of the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 484 3, 35 | Therefore it seems that the Blessed Virgin should not be called ~ 485 3, 35 | 1/1~I answer that, The Blessed Virgin Mary is in truth 486 3, 35 | 32], A[4]). Therefore the Blessed ~Virgin is truly Christ' 487 3, 35 | of the Holy Ghost and the Blessed Virgin, ~above the law of 488 3, 35 | supernatural. Therefore the Blessed Virgin is the true and ~ 489 3, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin should be called 490 3, 35 | It would seem that the Blessed Virgin should not be called 491 3, 35 | should not say that the Blessed Virgin is the Mother of 492 3, 35 | the Virgin. Therefore ~the Blessed Virgin should not be called 493 3, 35 | Ghost. If, therefore, the Blessed Virgin is Mother of God 494 3, 35 | be allowed. Therefore the Blessed Virgin should not be ~called 495 3, 35 | birth to him. Therefore the Blessed Virgin is truly called the ~ 496 3, 35 | could be denied that the ~Blessed Virgin is the Mother of 497 3, 35 | heretical to deny that the ~Blessed Virgin is the Mother of 498 3, 35 | expressly in Scripture that ~the Blessed Virgin is the Mother of 499 3, 35 | Jn. 5:20, ~and that the Blessed Virgin is the "Mother of 500 3, 35 | is over all things, God blessed for ever." But He is not ~


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