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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | it is numbered among the gifts of ~the Holy Spirit (Is. 2 1, 1 | which is set down among the gifts of the Holy Ghost: "The 3 1, 20 | but John more, from his gifts of intellect. Hence, ~absolutely 4 1, 20 | it may be answered that gifts of grace, equal in themselves, 5 1, 23 | Kgs. 15:29); and that "the gifts ~and the calling of God 6 1, 38 | through which all free gifts are given. So since the ~ 7 1, 38 | Holy Ghost, many particular gifts are ~portioned out to the 8 1, 43 | not be given, but only His gifts; and this is the error of ~ 9 1, 43 | not given, but that His gifts are ~given.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 43 | gift of grace. But all gifts of grace belong to the Holy 11 1, 43 | sanctifying grace. But the gifts belonging to the perfection 12 1, 43 | of the ~intellect are not gifts of sanctifying grace, since 13 1, 43 | OBJ 1: Although all the gifts, considered as such, are 14 1, 43 | above (Q[38], A[1]), some gifts nevertheless, by ~reason 15 1, 62 | degree of ~their natural gifts?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 16 1, 62 | degree of their natural gifts. For grace is bestowed of ~ 17 1, 62 | degree of their natural gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 18 1, 62 | degree of their natural gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 19 1, 62 | the degree of his ~natural gifts. Therefore neither does 20 1, 62 | likewise endowed with greater gifts ~of grace."~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 62 | reasonable to suppose that gifts of graces and ~perfection 22 1, 62 | degree of their natural gifts. The reason for this can 23 1, 62 | those angels for greater gifts of ~grace and fuller beatitude, 24 1, 62 | 3: Diversity of natural gifts is in one way in the angels, 25 1, 62 | presuppose the natural ~gifts; because no beatitude is 26 1, 64 | Nom. iv) that, "certain gifts were bestowed upon the demons 27 1, 64 | stands ~among those natural gifts. Consequently there is some 28 1, 64 | Nom. iv) that the natural gifts ~remain entire in them. 29 1, 68 | the highest of all ~good gifts, are signified by the word 30 1, 38 | through which all free gifts are given. So since the ~ 31 1, 38 | Holy Ghost, many particular gifts are ~portioned out to the 32 1, 43 | not be given, but only His gifts; and this is the error of ~ 33 1, 43 | not given, but that His gifts are ~given.~Aquin.: SMT 34 1, 43 | gift of grace. But all gifts of grace belong to the Holy 35 1, 43 | sanctifying grace. But the gifts belonging to the perfection 36 1, 43 | of the ~intellect are not gifts of sanctifying grace, since 37 1, 43 | OBJ 1: Although all the gifts, considered as such, are 38 1, 43 | above (Q[38], A[1]), some gifts nevertheless, by ~reason 39 1, 63 | degree of ~their natural gifts?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 40 1, 63 | degree of their natural gifts. For grace is bestowed of ~ 41 1, 63 | degree of their natural gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 42 1, 63 | degree of their natural gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 43 1, 63 | the degree of his ~natural gifts. Therefore neither does 44 1, 63 | likewise endowed with greater gifts ~of grace."~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 63 | reasonable to suppose that gifts of graces and ~perfection 46 1, 63 | degree of their natural gifts. The reason for this can 47 1, 63 | those angels for greater gifts of ~grace and fuller beatitude, 48 1, 63 | 3: Diversity of natural gifts is in one way in the angels, 49 1, 63 | presuppose the natural ~gifts; because no beatitude is 50 1, 65 | Nom. iv) that, "certain gifts were ~bestowed upon the 51 1, 65 | stands ~among those natural gifts. Consequently there is some 52 1, 65 | Nom. iv) that the natural gifts ~remain entire in them. 53 1, 69 | the highest of all ~good gifts, are signified by the word 54 1, 94 | in the demons the natural gifts remained after sin, as ~ 55 1, 95 | been fitting unless these gifts conduced to the benefit 56 1, 105 | there are ~some excellent gifts, yet nothing is held individually." 57 1, 107 | constituted by different spiritual gifts. But among the ~angels all 58 1, 107 | angels all the spiritual gifts are common to all, for " 59 1, 107 | participation of natural gifts." ~Therefore the distinction 60 1, 107 | the angels is not only by gifts ~of grace, but also by gifts 61 1, 107 | gifts ~of grace, but also by gifts of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 62 1, 107 | distinguished by natural gifts. Secondly, the end of the 63 1, 107 | adequately ~distinguished by the gifts of grace, but dispositively 64 1, 107 | dispositively by natural gifts, ~forasmuch as to the angels 65 1, 107 | angels are given gratuitous gifts according to the ~capacity 66 1, 107 | capacity of their natural gifts; which is not the case with 67 1, 107 | according to the gratuitous gifts only, and not according 68 1, 107 | not according to natural ~gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 69 1, 107 | charity ~and knowledge are gifts common to all the angels. 70 1, 107 | regard to receiving Divine gifts. Thus it ~signifies that 71 1, 107 | angels receive the Divine gifts." Hence ~Dionysius also 72 1, 107 | nature and according to the gifts of grace. Considered only 73 1, 107 | proportion to their natural ~gifts. This, however, does not 74 1, 108 | not lost their natural gifts; as Dionysius says (Div. 75 1, 111 | communicate their own proper gifts whereby they ~are denominated, 76 1, 112 | as they share in their gifts, and they are executors 77 1, 113 | angels: because the Divine gifts are borne to us ~by the 78 2, 1 | in pleasure, repose, the gifts of nature, and virtue." 79 2, 55 | connected with them, namely the Gifts, Beatitudes and ~Fruits; 80 2, 63 | even in the demons natural gifts remain, ~as Dionysius states ( 81 2, 65 | acquired liberality in small gifts and ~expenditure, if he 82 2, 66 | be taken to refer to the ~gifts of gratuitous grace, which 83 2, 68 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE GIFTS (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We now 84 2, 68 | now come to consider the Gifts; under which head there 85 2, 68 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the Gifts differ from the virtues?~( 86 2, 68 | Of the necessity of the Gifts?~(3) Whether the Gifts are 87 2, 68 | the Gifts?~(3) Whether the Gifts are habits?~(4) Which, and 88 2, 68 | are they?~(5) Whether the Gifts are connected?~(6) Whether 89 2, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Gifts differ from the virtues?~ 90 2, 68 | It would seem that the gifts do not differ from the virtues. 91 2, 68 | him," etc. where the seven gifts of ~the Holy Ghost are enumerated. 92 2, 68 | enumerated. Therefore the seven gifts of the Holy ~Ghost are virtues.~ 93 2, 68 | Ghost," i.e. to the seven gifts. Now the seven vices are 94 2, 68 | so called. Therefore the gifts do not differ from ~the 95 2, 68 | of virtue applies to the gifts; for each ~gift is "a good 96 2, 68 | Therefore the virtues and gifts do not differ ~from one 97 2, 68 | things mentioned among the gifts, are virtues: ~for, as stated 98 2, 68 | Therefore it seems that the ~gifts do not differ from the virtues.~ 99 2, 68 | 12) distinguishes seven gifts, which ~he states to be 100 2, 68 | ii, 26) the same seven gifts ~from the four cardinal 101 2, 68 | we cannot differentiate gifts from ~virtues. Consequently 102 2, 68 | some have held that the gifts are not to be ~distinguished 103 2, 68 | some virtues are called ~gifts and some not; and why among 104 2, 68 | some not; and why among the gifts there are some, fear, for ~ 105 2, 68 | others have said that the gifts should be held as being ~ 106 2, 68 | virtues, and to none of the gifts, or vice versa. For, seeing 107 2, 68 | seeing that of ~the seven gifts, four belong to the reason, 108 2, 68 | fear; they held that the gifts perfect the free-will according ~ 109 2, 68 | the appetite, and all the gifts in the reason.~Aquin.: SMT 110 2, 68 | may do good works, and the gifts, that we may resist ~temptation. 111 2, 68 | again, seeing that these gifts are set down in Holy Writ 112 2, 68 | may do good works, but the gifts, in order to ~conform us 113 2, 68 | it was then ~that these gifts shone with the greatest 114 2, 68 | order to differentiate the gifts from the virtues, we ~must 115 2, 68 | perfections ~are called gifts, not only because they are 116 2, 68 | some ~say, viz. that the gifts perfect man for acts which 117 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 1: Sometimes these gifts are called virtues, in the 118 2, 68 | they are opposed to the ~gifts, in as much as they are 119 2, 68 | distinguished ~from the gifts, we must explain the words, " 120 2, 68 | of ~reason. Likewise the gifts, as distinct from infused 121 2, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gifts are necessary to man for 122 2, 68 | It would seem that the gifts are not necessary to man 123 2, 68 | salvation. Because the gifts are ordained to a perfection 124 2, 68 | a counsel. Therefore the gifts are not necessary to man 125 2, 68 | moral virtues. Therefore gifts are not ~necessary to man 126 2, 68 | virtues. Therefore the ~gifts are not necessary to man 127 2, 68 | the contrary, Of all the gifts, wisdom seems to be the 128 2, 68 | justified." Therefore the other gifts that are placed between 129 2, 68 | stated above (A[1]), the gifts are perfections of man, ~ 130 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The gifts surpass the ordinary perfection 131 2, 68 | the rest. Consequently the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost, which 132 2, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gifts of the Holy Ghost are habits?~ 133 2, 68 | It would seem that the gifts of the Holy Ghost are not 134 2, 68 | proper to Christ that the gifts of the Holy Ghost rest in 135 2, 68 | Mediator." ~Therefore the gifts of the Holy Ghost are not 136 2, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gifts of the Holy Ghost perfect 137 2, 68 | principal agent. Therefore the gifts of the Holy Ghost ~are not 138 2, 68 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, as the gifts of the Holy Ghost are due 139 2, 68 | Neither, therefore, are the gifts of ~the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 140 2, 68 | not in a man without His gifts. Therefore His gifts ~abide 141 2, 68 | His gifts. Therefore His gifts ~abide in man. Therefore 142 2, 68 | stated above (A[1]), the gifts are perfections of man, ~ 143 2, 68 | reason. Accordingly the gifts of ~the Holy Ghost, as compared 144 2, 68 | promptly. ~Therefore the gifts of the Holy Ghost are habits 145 2, 68 | by saying ~that "by those gifts without which one cannot 146 2, 68 | elect, but not by His other gifts." Now the seven ~gifts are 147 2, 68 | other gifts." Now the seven ~gifts are necessary for salvation, 148 2, 68 | Prophecy is one of those gifts which are for the ~manifestation 149 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Whether the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost are suitably 150 2, 68 | It would seem that seven gifts of the Holy Ghost are unsuitably ~ 151 2, 68 | temperance. Therefore the gifts are enumerated ~insufficiently.~ 152 2, 68 | to ~God. Since, then, the gifts perfect man according as 153 2, 68 | God, ~it seems that some gifts, corresponding to the theological 154 2, 68 | fear. Therefore ~the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost are unsuitably 155 2, 68 | stated above (A[3]), the gifts are habits perfecting ~man 156 2, 68 | also ~be the subjects of gifts, even as they are virtues; 157 2, 68 | it is clear that ~these gifts extend to all those things 158 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The gifts of the Holy Ghost perfect 159 2, 68 | regards the infusion of the gifts, the art ~is on the part 160 2, 68 | virtues are presupposed to the gifts, as being ~their roots. 161 2, 68 | roots. Therefore all the gifts correspond to these three 162 2, 68 | affections of ~man. Hence two gifts are set down as corresponding 163 2, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gifts of the Holy Ghost are connected?~ 164 2, 68 | It would seem that the gifts are not connected, for the 165 2, 68 | knowledge are reckoned among the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost. Therefore 166 2, 68 | Holy Ghost. Therefore the gifts of the Holy Ghost are given 167 2, 68 | faith." But some of the ~gifts, at least the gift of fear, 168 2, 68 | Therefore it seems ~that the gifts are not necessarily connected 169 2, 68 | without another. Therefore the gifts of ~the Holy Ghost are not 170 2, 68 | is ~speaking, denote the gifts of the Holy Ghost. Therefore 171 2, 68 | Holy Ghost. Therefore the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost are connected 172 2, 68 | soul are disposed by the ~gifts as regards the motion of 173 2, 68 | together in prudence, so the gifts of the Holy Ghost are connected ~ 174 2, 68 | has charity has all the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost, none 175 2, 68 | taken in another way for the gifts of the Holy Ghost: and thus ~ 176 2, 68 | it is clear that these ~gifts are in all who are possessed 177 2, 68 | prove the connection of ~the gifts, in the same way, from the 178 2, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gifts of the Holy Ghost remain 179 2, 68 | It would seem that the gifts of the Holy Ghost do not 180 2, 68 | Therefore ~there will be no gifts of the Holy Ghost in heaven.~ 181 2, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gifts of the Holy Ghost are habits, 182 2, 68 | impossible. Now ~the acts of some gifts are not possible in heaven; 183 2, 68 | state. Therefore ~these gifts will not remain in the state 184 2, 68 | 3: Further, some of the gifts perfect man in the contemplative 185 2, 68 | Therefore not all the gifts of the Holy Ghost will be 186 2, 68 | that, We may speak of the gifts in two ways: first, as to 187 2, 68 | reason for this is ~that the gifts of the Holy Ghost render 188 2, 68 | is speaking there of the gifts according as they ~are compatible 189 2, 68 | perfected in good by the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 190 2, 68 | This argument considers the gifts as to their matter. For ~ 191 2, 68 | For ~the matter of the gifts will not be the works of 192 2, 68 | active life; but all ~the gifts will have their respective 193 2, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gifts are set down by Isaias in 194 2, 68 | It would seem that the gifts are not set down by Isaias 195 2, 68 | fear, more ~than the other gifts: for it is written (Dt. 196 2, 68 | but the greatest of the gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 197 2, 68 | precedence. Therefore the gifts are not ~set down in their 198 2, 68 | with the more excellent gifts, here, with ~the lower gifts."~ 199 2, 68 | gifts, here, with ~the lower gifts."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 200 2, 68 | that, The excellence of the gifts can be measured in two ways: ~ 201 2, 68 | consider the excellence of the gifts simply, they follow ~the 202 2, 68 | with another; ~because the gifts perfect man for all the 203 2, 68 | eubulia): so also among the gifts, wisdom, ~understanding, 204 2, 68 | Consequently the excellence of the gifts corresponds with the order 205 2, 68 | perfection of the other gifts, for "the fear of the Lord 206 2, 68 | which result from the other gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 207 2, 68 | compared ~with all God's gifts, but only with "bodily exercise," 208 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 4: The directive gifts which pertain to the reason 209 2, 68 | excellent than the executive gifts, if we consider them in 210 2, 68 | more excellent than the gifts? ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 211 2, 68 | more excellent than the gifts. ~For Augustine says (De 212 2, 68 | eternal damnation. ~Other gifts are bestowed by the Holy 213 2, 68 | more ~excellent than the gifts of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 214 2, 68 | the virtues precede the gifts of the Holy Ghost; for ~ 215 2, 68 | seven virtues" [viz. ~the gifts], so "as against folly to 216 2, 68 | more excellent than the gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 217 2, 68 | to make evil use of ~the gifts, for Gregory says (Moral. 218 2, 68 | more excellent ~than the gifts of the Holy Ghost. ~Aquin.: 219 2, 68 | 1/1~On the contrary, The gifts are bestowed to assist the 220 2, 68 | virtues cannot. Therefore the ~gifts are more excellent than 221 2, 68 | reason. On the other hand the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost dispose 222 2, 68 | Para. 2/3~Accordingly the gifts seem to be compared to the 223 2, 68 | more excellent than the ~gifts of the Holy Ghost and regulate 224 2, 68 | seven sons," i.e. the seven gifts, "never attain the ~perfection 225 2, 68 | 3~But if we compare the gifts to the other virtues, intellectual 226 2, 68 | intellectual and ~moral, then the gifts have the precedence of the 227 2, 68 | the virtues. Because the ~gifts perfect the soul's powers 228 2, 68 | disposed. Therefore the gifts are more perfect than ~the 229 2, 68 | be ~more perfect than the gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 230 2, 68 | neighbor: and in this way the gifts precede the intellectual 231 2, 68 | intellectual ~virtues precede the gifts, since man, through being 232 2, 68 | understanding and the like are gifts of the Holy ~Ghost, according 233 2, 68 | purpose, in so far as they are gifts of the ~Holy Ghost. But, 234 2, 69 | beatitudes differ from the gifts and virtues?~(2) Of the 235 2, 69 | differ from the virtues and gifts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 236 2, 69 | differ from the virtues ~and gifts. For Augustine (De Serm. 237 2, 69 | Matthew (v 3, seqq.) to the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost; and 238 2, 69 | differ from the virtues and gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 239 2, 69 | relation to reason; while the gifts perfect him in ~relation 240 2, 69 | besides the virtues ~and gifts. Therefore the beatitudes 241 2, 69 | differ from the virtues and gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 242 2, 69 | are neither virtues nor gifts, e.g. poverty, mourning, 243 2, 69 | differ from the virtues and gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 244 2, 69 | all ~by the works of the gifts, if we speak of eternal 245 2, 69 | to be perfected with His gifts that we may obey and follow ~ 246 2, 69 | differ from the virtues and gifts, not ~as habit, but as act 247 2, 69 | assign the beatitudes to the gifts ~and virtues, as acts are 248 2, 69 | ascribed to habits. But the gifts are more ~excellent than 249 2, 69 | perfect, ascribes them to the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost.~Aquin.: 250 2, 69 | besides the ~virtues and gifts, rectify human conduct.~ 251 2, 69 | nevertheless ascribed to gifts, because the gifts ~perfect 252 2, 69 | ascribed to gifts, because the gifts ~perfect man in all matters 253 2, 69 | acts of the virtues and gifts, it is ~to be hoped that 254 2, 69 | beatitudes are assigned to the gifts, as stated above (A[1], 255 2, 69 | ad 1). ~Now some of the gifts, viz. wisdom and understanding, 256 2, 69 | not only do the executive gifts belong to the active ~life, 257 2, 69 | also some of the directive gifts, e.g. knowledge and counsel: ~ 258 2, 69 | Further, among the executive gifts connected with the active ~ 259 2, 69 | mentioned. For ~there are seven gifts of the Holy Ghost: whereas 260 2, 69 | regards those ~virtues and gifts whereby man is perfected 261 2, 69 | regards the ~virtues and gifts whereby man is perfected 262 2, 69 | Reply OBJ 1: The acts of the gifts which belong to the active 263 2, 69 | merits: but the acts of the gifts pertaining to the ~contemplative 264 2, 69 | include the acts of those gifts ~which direct man in the 265 2, 69 | as are elicited ~by those gifts, as, e.g. to counsel is 266 2, 69 | operative acts of which the gifts have the direction, as, 267 2, 69 | applying the beatitudes to the gifts we may consider two ~things. 268 2, 69 | distributed among the executive gifts: ~so that, to wit, hunger 269 2, 70 | beatitudes are assigned to the gifts, as stated above (Q[69], ~ 270 2, 70 | A[1], ad 1). But the gifts perfect man in so far as 271 2, 70 | perfection, are assigned to the gifts rather than to the ~virtues, 272 2, 70 | Nevertheless, all the acts of the gifts and virtues ~can be reduced 273 2, 70 | as ~all the virtues and gifts must needs direct the mind 274 2, 70 | acts of wisdom and of any gifts ~directing to good, are 275 2, 85 | sin, was stripped of his gifts, ~and wounded in his nature," 276 2, 87 | virtuous man, by material gifts." The ~very fact that others 277 2, 98 | polluted, "in ~their own gifts, when they offered all that 278 2, 98 | Hier. iv), viz. that "the ~gifts of God should be brought 279 2, 99 | ceremony" [the munia, i.e. gifts] of Ceres (who was ~the 280 2, 99 | means of little childish gifts. ~Now it has been said above ( 281 2, 101 | said of the oblations and gifts, as appears from the ~words 282 2, 101 | things. The oblations and gifts are ~counted together with 283 2, 101 | God, that he may offer up gifts and sacrifices."~ 284 2, 102 | Para. 3/3~Now of all the gifts which God vouchsafed to 285 2, 102 | 4) that those who "offer gifts ~according to the law . . . 286 2, 102 | lamps denoted the ~seven gifts of the Holy Ghost. He is 287 2, 102 | offering of ~sacrifices and gifts, in honor of God, and for 288 2, 102 | they could not send any gifts of it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 289 2, 102 | token either of ~the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost, or of 290 2, 103 | the fruits of the earth, gifts to the Lord," and that " 291 2, 110 | but many other of God's ~gifts pertain to grace. And hence 292 2, 111 | are an infinite number of gifts freely ~bestowed on us by 293 2, 111 | wisdom and knowledge are gifts of the Holy Ghost, so ~also 294 2, 111 | amongst the ~gratuitous gifts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] A[ 295 2, 111 | they are reckoned among the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost, i.e. 296 2, 111 | knowledge; for thus they are gifts of ~the Holy Ghost, as stated 297 2, 112 | xiv) that "by God's good gifts whoever is ~liberated, is 298 2, 112 | the God, Who dispenses His gifts of grace variously, in ~ 299 2, 112 | His care provides greater gifts to some, and lesser ~gifts 300 2, 112 | gifts to some, and lesser ~gifts for others. ~Aquin.: SMT 301 2, 112 | intellect, ~wherein these gifts exist. Hence, whoever has 302 2, 112 | is here speaking of the gifts of glory, which ~have been 303 2, 114 | endowments has received ~fewer gifts from God, than he who has 304 2, 114 | than he who has gratuitous gifts as well as nature, ~it would 305 2, 114 | is no ~comparison between gifts of grace and gifts of men.~ 306 2, 114 | between gifts of grace and gifts of men.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 307 2, 1 | 2) Of the ~corresponding gifts, knowledge and understanding; ( 308 2, 2 | not merit by our natural ~gifts, so neither is an act of 309 2, 4 | are numbered ~among God's gifts according to Is. 11:2. Now 310 2, 4 | 2,3); secondly, for the gifts of the Holy Ghost. If we 311 2, 4 | these three be taken as ~gifts received in this present 312 2, 4 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: The gifts of understanding and knowledge 313 2, 4 | whole certitude of ~the gifts of understanding and knowledge, 314 2, 5 | the demons lost their gifts of grace by ~sinning. Therefore 315 2, 8 | We must now consider the gifts of understand and knowledge, 316 2, 8 | understanding to the other gifts;~(7) Which of the beatitudes 317 2, 8 | the Holy Ghost. ~For the gifts of grace are distinct from 318 2, 8 | grace are distinct from the gifts of nature, since they ~are 319 2, 8 | not be reckoned among the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 320 2, 8 | OBJ 2: Further, the Divine gifts are shared by creatures 321 2, 8 | understanding ~and of the other gifts sometimes withdraws itself 322 2, 8 | FS, Q[68], AA[1],2) the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost perfect 323 2, 8 | distinct from the other gifts?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[6] 324 2, 8 | distinct from ~the other gifts. For there is no distinction 325 2, 8 | understanding differ from ~the other gifts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[6] 326 2, 8 | from the other intellectual gifts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[6] 327 2, 8 | the other intellectual ~gifts, but comprises them all.~ 328 2, 8 | together ~with the other gifts, as appears from Is. 11: 329 2, 8 | distinct from the other gifts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[6] 330 2, 8 | understanding differs from ~the gifts of knowledge and counsel, 331 2, 8 | assigned the number of the gifts, above (FS, Q[68], A[4]).~ 332 2, 8 | way. For all these four gifts ~are ordained to supernatural 333 2, 8 | difference between those four gifts is ~clearly in agreement 334 2, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gifts of the Holy Ghost perfect 335 2, 8 | effected by the virtues and gifts ~belonging to the appetitive 336 2, 8 | vision of God. Moreover the gifts both perfect us in this ~ 337 2, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, more gifts pertain to the intellect 338 2, 8 | fruit of its own: while the ~gifts of wisdom, understanding 339 2, 9 | knowledge is not a gift. For the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost surpass 340 2, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gifts of the Holy Ghost are common 341 2, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gifts are more perfect than the 342 2, 9 | respond. Since, then, the gifts are perfections of virtues, 343 2, 9 | reckoned among the seven gifts (Is. 11:2).~Aquin.: SMT 344 2, 9 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The gifts are more perfect than the 345 2, 9 | virtues; ~rather are all the gifts ordained to the perfection 346 2, 9 | unreasonable if several gifts ~are ordained to one theological 347 2, 9 | which is numbered among the ~gifts, is practical knowledge. 348 2, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gifts of the Holy Ghost are only 349 2, 13 | judgment, or on the part of His gifts, or ~on the part of sin. 350 2, 13 | 2] Body Para. 2/3~God's gifts whereby we are withdrawn 351 2, 13 | work of Christ through the gifts ~of the Holy Ghost which 352 2, 15 | precepts concerning the gifts of knowledge and understanding.~ 353 2, 18 | evil, ~since our natural gifts are from God. Now it is 354 2, 18 | stated ~above (A[4]). Now the gifts of the Holy Ghost are not 355 2, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the gifts are more perfect than the 356 2, 18 | numbered among the seven gifts ~of the Holy Ghost (Is. 357 2, 18 | reckoned among the seven gifts of the ~Holy Ghost, though 358 2, 18 | will to sin: whereas the ~gifts of the Holy Ghost are incompatible 359 2, 18 | numbered among the ~seven gifts of the Holy Ghost, is filial 360 2, 18 | Q[68], AA[1],3) that the gifts of the Holy Ghost are ~certain 361 2, 18 | place, as it were, among the gifts of the Holy Ghost, in the ~ 362 2, 18 | it is its origin. For the gifts of the Holy Ghost are ~the 363 2, 18 | virtues are the origin of the gifts, ~as stated above (FS, Q[ 364 2, 18 | the first place among the gifts. Perfection, ~however, does 365 2, 23 | capacity of our natural gifts?~(4) Whether it increases 366 2, 23 | natural, but of gratuitous gifts, ~for, according to Rm. 367 2, 23 | capacity of our natural gifts?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 368 2, 23 | capacity ~of our natural gifts. For it is written (Mt. 369 2, 23 | matter, and in gratuitous gifts, that glory is ~proportionate 370 2, 23 | charity and other gratuitous gifts are bestowed on the ~angels, 371 2, 23 | wills to distribute His gifts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 372 2, 23 | Ghost Who "divides" His gifts ~"according as He will." 373 2, 23 | with which God gives His gifts to ~each one, is a disposition 374 2, 23 | there are ~greater natural gifts there may be less effort, 375 2, 24 | fellowship thus, since ~natural gifts, such as life and understanding, 376 2, 24 | endure, as to their natural gifts, unto God's glory.~Aquin.: 377 2, 25 | on the fellowship of the gifts of grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 378 2, 28 | external sacrifices and gifts, not for ~His own profit, 379 2, 29 | consists chiefly in making gifts. But this ~belongs to liberality. 380 2, 29 | observed in the bestowal of gifts. One ~is the thing given 381 2, 29 | manner God pours forth the gifts of His goodness first and 382 2, 34 | Be zealous ~for spiritual gifts": while, if it be about 383 2, 41 | Be zealous for the better gifts." Wherefore neither the 384 2, 43 | should be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy Ghost?~(2) What 385 2, 43 | should be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 386 2, 43 | to be reckoned among the ~gifts of the Holy Ghost. For the 387 2, 43 | the Holy Ghost. For the gifts are more perfect than the 388 2, 43 | Much more therefore are the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost directed 389 2, 43 | not be reckoned among the ~gifts of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 390 2, 43 | both fear and piety are gifts of the Holy Ghost. Therefore ~ 391 2, 43 | not be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy Ghost, as ~though 392 2, 44 | distaste for ~God and His gifts. Hence Gregory mentions 393 2, 47 | understanding is numbered among the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost, and 394 2, 50 | reckoned among the seven gifts of the Holy ~Ghost?~(2) 395 2, 50 | should be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 396 2, 50 | not be reckoned among the gifts ~of the Holy Ghost. The 397 2, 50 | of the Holy Ghost. The gifts of the Holy Ghost are given 398 2, 50 | not be reckoned among the gifts of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 399 2, 50 | difference between the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost ~and the 400 2, 50 | various people, whereas the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost are given 401 2, 50 | rather than among the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 402 2, 50 | another. Since then the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost are most 403 2, 50 | not be ~numbered among the gifts of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 404 2, 50 | above (FS, Q[68], A[1]), the gifts of the Holy ~Ghost are dispositions 405 2, 50 | counsel is reckoned among the gifts of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 406 2, 50 | virtues are inferior to the gifts, ~as stated above (FS, Q[ 407 2, 50 | Wherefore, since in the gifts of the Holy Ghost, the position ~ 408 2, 50 | FS, Q[68], A[1]), the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost are connected 409 2, 59 | debt, as in the case ~of gifts, it is an act, not of justice 410 2, 60 | from us the fruit of ~His gifts, which fruit is from Him 411 2, 60 | and from us, although the gifts ~themselves are from God 412 2, 61 | is the bestowal of the ~gifts of grace, whereby sinners 413 2, 61 | the more in ~the spiritual gifts of grace is the more worthy. 414 2, 79 | more excellent; for the gifts ~are more excellent than 415 2, 81 | the Holy Ghost, and those gifts that we receive ~through 416 2, 81 | do not correspond to the gifts of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 417 2, 81 | seven ~petitions to the gifts and beatitudes. He says: " 418 2, 83 | them, and offering them gifts, than is implied by ~offering 419 2, 84 | God, that he may offer ~up gifts and sacrifices for sins." 420 2, 98 | on Micheas 3:9, certain ~gifts were freely offered to the 421 2, 101 | things, as by ~offering gifts, erecting statues, and the 422 2, 115 | comes under the head of gifts. Hence it belongs to liberality ~ 423 2, 115 | or from making suitable gifts. Therefore ~liberality is 424 2, 119 | piety is not a gift. For the gifts differ from the ~virtues, 425 2, 119 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gifts are more excellent than 426 2, 119 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gifts and their acts remain in 427 2, 119 | It is reckoned among the gifts in the eleventh chapter ~ 428 2, 119 | FS, Q[69], AA[1],3), ~the gifts of the Holy Ghost are habitual 429 2, 119 | in the enumeration of the gifts (Is. 11). Now ~direction 430 2, 119 | correspond to the beatitudes and gifts, as ~stated above (FS, Q[ 431 2, 119 | adapting the beatitudes to the gifts a twofold ~congruity may 432 2, 119 | adapt the beatitudes to the gifts ~according to their objects 433 2, 119 | Taking the beatitudes and gifts according to their proper ~ 434 2, 127 | in consideration of the gifts he holds from God: ~thus 435 2, 127 | they ~fall away from God's gifts: since he does not think 436 2, 127 | as we see some of God's ~gifts in them. Hence it is written 437 2, 132 | But ~liberality is about gifts rather than about expenditure. 438 2, 132 | about expenditure, but about gifts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[134] A[ 439 2, 132 | due use of money (such as gifts and expenditure), the obstacles 440 2, 132 | magnificent man also makes gifts of presents, as stated ~ 441 2, 137 | virtues differ ~from the gifts: and fortitude is a virtue. 442 2, 137 | reckoned among the other gifts of the Holy ~Ghost (Is. 443 2, 137 | 68], AA[1],2) that the ~gifts regard the motion of the 444 2, 137 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The gifts have not the same acts in 445 2, 137 | beatitudes correspond to the gifts according to the order in 446 2, 137 | root of all the virtues and gifts, as stated ~above (Q[23], 447 2, 139 | temperance, since all the gifts have been already ~ascribed 448 2, 157 | would seem to pertain to the gifts of the Holy Ghost. Consequently 449 2, 159 | Be zealous for the better gifts." Therefore it belongs to ~ 450 2, 159 | who have a share of ~God's gifts know that they have them, 451 2, 159 | humility they may set the gifts they have received from 452 2, 159 | ourselves, and the hidden gifts of God which others have. ~ 453 2, 170 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: God's gifts are not always bestowed 454 2, 176 | such deeds to imply greater gifts than the ~deeds of righteousness 455 2, 180 | Be zealous for the better gifts." Now some are taken away 456 2, 180 | than any other external gifts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[182] A[ 457 2, 183 | have succeeded ~by means of gifts in being made clerics."~ 458 2, 185 | Nevertheless since these gifts would ~seem to be bestowed 459 2, 185 | share, the use of such gifts would become unlawful for 460 2, 185 | those who bestowed ~those gifts.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 461 2, 185 | Reply OBJ 4: To receive gifts so as to increase one's 462 3, 1 | wishing to diminish Christ's gifts, ~ample as they are, and 463 3, 1 | ought to account Christ's gifts as given to ~himself, yet 464 3, 7 | in Christ there were the gifts?~(6) Whether in Christ there 465 3, 7 | in Christ there were the gifts?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[5] 466 3, 7 | It would seem that the gifts were not in Christ. For, 467 3, 7 | as is ~commonly said, the gifts are given to help the virtues. 468 3, 7 | it seems there were no gifts in Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 469 3, 7 | to give and to receive gifts would not seem to belong 470 3, 7 | belongs to Christ to give gifts according to ~Ps. 67:19. " 471 3, 7 | 67:19. "Thou hast given gifts to men [Vulg.: 'Thou hast 472 3, 7 | Vulg.: 'Thou hast received ~gifts in men']." Therefore it 473 3, 7 | that Christ should receive ~gifts of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 474 3, 7 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, four gifts would seem to pertain to 475 3, 7 | Therefore He had not these gifts.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[5] 476 3, 7 | says: "That is, the seven gifts of the Holy ~Ghost shall 477 3, 7 | above (FS, Q[68], A[1]), the gifts, properly, ~are certain 478 3, 7 | manifest that in ~Christ the gifts were in a pre-eminent degree.~ 479 3, 7 | need to be helped by the gifts, which perfect the soul' 480 3, 7 | recipient and a giver of the gifts of the ~Holy Ghost, in the 481 3, 7 | yet even in heaven ~the gifts of the Holy Ghost will still 482 3, 7 | The habits of virtues and gifts regard goodness properly ~ 483 3, 7 | have the fulness of the gifts ~of grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP 484 3, 7 | which are the virtues, ~gifts, and the like.~Aquin.: SMT 485 3, 7 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: These gifts which are in common in heaven, 486 3, 7 | and the like, have certain gifts corresponding ~to them in 487 3, 7 | says: "The division of the gifts is ~a measurement. For to 488 3, 8 | nearer God, and shares His ~gifts more fully, not only than 489 3, 11 | likened to the angels in the gifts of ~graces; yet there still 490 3, 15 | Most High approveth not the gifts of the ~wicked." Secondly, 491 3, 21 | already received ~certain gifts from His Father. so there 492 3, 21 | Father. so there were other gifts which He had not ~yet received, 493 3, 21 | thanks to the Father for gifts already received in His 494 3, 21 | Him in prayer ~for those gifts still due to Him in His 495 3, 22 | God, that he may offer up gifts and sacrifices for sins." 496 3, 22 | Christ. For through Him are gifts bestowed on men, ~according 497 3, 22 | to the priest "to offer gifts and ~sacrifices for sins." 498 3, 23 | to God, as to the natural gifts bestowed on him: but he 499 3, 23 | him: but he is as to the ~gifts of grace and glory; in regard 500 3, 26 | to men ~both precepts and gifts, and by offering satisfaction


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