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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 8 | is said to be thus in the saints by grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 10 | changing thoughts exist in the Saints," as ~Augustine says (De 3 1, 23 | furthered by the prayers of the saints?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 4 1, 23 | furthered by the prayers of the saints?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 5 1, 23 | furthered by the prayers ~of the saints. For nothing eternal can 6 1, 23 | since the prayers ~of the saints are temporal, they cannot 7 1, 23 | furthered by the ~prayers of the saints.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 8 1, 23 | furthered by ~the prayers of the saints. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 9 1, 23 | furthered by the prayers ~of the saints.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 10 1, 23 | furthered by the ~prayers of the saints. For it is not due to their 11 1, 23 | helped by the prayers of the saints, and by other good works; 12 1, 23 | furthered by ~the prayers of the saints, as regards the preordination. ~ 13 1, 31 | angels and the souls of the saints. Therefore we cannot say 14 1, 31 | angels and the souls of the saints are always ~with God, nevertheless, 15 1, 43 | her from ~heaven to Thy Saints, and from the seat of Thy 16 1, 43 | and to some of the early saints on whom the ~Church was 17 1, 62 | angels is promised to the saints. ~Now the soul separated 18 1, 63 | with the teachings of the ~Saints, is that the devil sinned 19 1, 64 | statement deprives angels and saints of true beatitude, ~because 20 1, 64 | that the beatitude of the ~saints is likewise postponed until 21 1, 66 | whom is promised to the saints. It was ~fitting, then, 22 1, 68 | blessings, the recompense of the Saints, from being the highest 23 1, 73 | will be made new when the Saints are glorified, according 24 1, 73 | perfect ~beatitude of the Saints at the consummation of the 25 1, 43 | her from ~heaven to Thy Saints, and from the seat of Thy 26 1, 43 | and to some of the early saints on whom the ~Church was 27 1, 63 | angels is promised to the saints. ~Now the soul separated 28 1, 64 | with the teachings of the ~Saints, is that the devil sinned 29 1, 65 | statement deprives angels and saints of true beatitude, ~because 30 1, 65 | that the beatitude of the ~saints is likewise postponed until 31 1, 67 | whom is promised to the saints. It was ~fitting, then, 32 1, 69 | blessings, the recompense of the Saints, from being the highest 33 1, 72 | will be made new when the Saints are glorified, according 34 1, 72 | perfect ~beatitude of the Saints at the consummation of the 35 1, 88 | says: ~"The dead, even the saints do not know what is done 36 1, 89 | According to the other saints, both the body ~and soul 37 1, 92 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the saints in heaven are most perfectly 38 1, 94 | many authorities of the ~Saints declare that man possessed 39 1, 105 | me the least of all the saints is given this grace . . . 40 1, 107 | belong to the souls of the saints. Therefore they are not ~ 41 1, 107 | seem that the souls of the saints will be ~transferred to 42 1, 107 | contrary, The Lord says of the saints that, "they will be as the ~ 43 1, 107 | sometimes granted to some of the saints to exercise these offices; 44 1, 116 | me, the least of ~all the saints, is given this grace . . . 45 1, 116 | says (Dialog. ii, 30): "Saints work ~miracles sometimes 46 1, 116 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saints are said to work miracles 47 2, 2 | that which is paid to the saints for the ~trials they have 48 2, 4 | have said that the souls of saints, when separated from their 49 2, 4 | Lord. But the souls of the saints, separated from their ~bodies, 50 2, 4 | evident that the souls of the ~saints, separated from their bodies, " 51 2, 4 | separated ~souls of the saints have not.~Aquin.: SMT FS 52 2, 4 | reward promised to the saints is not only that they shall 53 2, 4 | that which is promised the saints for reward, belongs to ~ 54 2, 4 | external goods are promised the saints; for instance, food ~and 55 2, 4 | described as the reward of the saints, but a ~heaven raised on 56 2, 5 | is ~the Happiness of the saints. Now what is eternal ceases 57 2, 5 | Happiness prepared for the saints, ~surpasses the intellect 58 2, 42 | Fear the Lord, all ye saints." ~Therefore even the good 59 2, 63 | fellow-citizens with the saints, and of the household [Douay: ~' 60 2, 65 | and yet there are ~some saints who are without certain 61 2, 65 | on Lk. 17:10) ~that the saints are more humbled on account 62 2, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Certain saints are said not to have certain 63 2, 66 | the case: ~since various saints are specially praised for 64 2, 67 | fear: but the glory of the saints has no succession, by ~reason 65 2, 67 | desire in ~the souls of the saints, but not hope, properly 66 2, 102 | the sufferings which the saints ~underwent for God; scarlet 67 2, 102 | justifications of the ~saints" (cf. Apoc. 19:8). Moreover 68 2, 110 | definitions of virtue given by saints and philosophers fit grace, 69 2, 110 | the ~Predestination of the Saints (De Dono Persev. xvi). Therefore 70 2, 111 | partakers of the lot of the saints in light."~Aquin.: SMT FS 71 2, 112 | the Predestination of ~the Saints (De Dono Persev. xiv) that " 72 2, 112 | For the perfecting of the saints . . . for the edifying of ~ 73 2, 114 | the sufferings of ~the saints would seem the most meritorious. 74 2, 2 | written (Heb. 11:33) that the saints "by faith . ~. . obtained 75 2, 10 | Philippians (4:22): "All ~the saints salute you, especially they 76 2, 10 | unbelievers, "and not before the saints?" Therefore it seems that ~ 77 2, 12 | committed against God or the saints." ~But confession of faith, 78 2, 12 | as God is praised in His saints, in so far as praise ~is 79 2, 12 | works which God does in His saints, so does blasphemy ~against 80 2, 12 | does blasphemy ~against the saints, redound, as a consequence, 81 2, 12 | the tongue, even as the saints will praise Him with ~their 82 2, 16 | by the patronage of the saints, for Gregory says (Dial. 83 2, 16 | predestination is furthered by the saints' prayers." Therefore one 84 2, 16 | way that we turn to the saints, ~and that we ask men also 85 2, 17 | Further, the happiness of the saints implies not only glory of ~ 86 2, 17 | body. Now the souls of the saints in ~heaven, look yet for 87 2, 17 | 2: The happiness of the saints is called eternal life, ~ 88 2, 17 | expects to vanquish the saints, in which sense we read 89 2, 23 | partakers of the lot of the saints in light."~Aquin.: SMT SS 90 2, 23 | the Predestination of the saints (De Dono Persev. xiv).~Aquin.: 91 2, 24 | for one's friends. Now the saints, out of charity, desire ~ 92 2, 30 | 7): "The bowels of ~the saints have been refreshed by thee, 93 2, 30 | alms which are given to the saints, according to Lk. 16:9: " 94 2, 30 | everlasting dwellings unless the ~saints of God? And who are they 95 2, 43 | and with mortal ~sin. For saints glory chiefly in such things 96 2, 43 | reasons. In ~such wisdom the saints do not glory, according 97 2, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the saints in heaven are most conformed 98 2, 50 | Therefore neither to the saints in heaven is the ~gift of 99 2, 50 | and the ~prayers of the saints. In this respect the gift 100 2, 50 | but as giving it: and ~the saints in heaven are conformed 101 2, 62 | to ~imitate God and His saints. Now the very God whom we 102 2, 62 | he is numbered among the saints (Heb. 11). Therefore it 103 2, 81 | creature?~(11) Whether the saints in heaven pray for us?~( 104 2, 81 | xiii) the "dead, even the saints, know not what the living, 105 2, 81 | if we pray to any of the saints, this is only because ~they 106 2, 81 | neither should we pray to the saints who are ~in Paradise.~Aquin.: 107 2, 81 | and turn to some of the saints."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 108 2, 81 | second way we pray to the saints, whether angels or men, 109 2, 81 | namely "the prayers of the saints ascended up ~before God." 110 2, 81 | while we ask any of the saints "to pray for us."~Aquin.: 111 2, 81 | merit it: and these the saints seek absolutely when they 112 2, 81 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the saints in heaven pray for us?~Aquin.: 113 2, 81 | It would seem that the saints in heaven do not pray for 114 2, 81 | than for others. But the ~saints in heaven do not merit for 115 2, 81 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the saints conform their will to God 116 2, 81 | would be useless for the saints to pray for us.~Aquin.: 117 2, 81 | 3: Further, just as the saints in heaven are above, so 118 2, 81 | Therefore neither do the saints ~in heaven pray for us.~ 119 2, 81 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, if the saints in heaven pray for us, the 120 2, 81 | the prayers of the ~higher saints would be more efficacious; 121 2, 81 | implore ~the help of the lower saints' prayers but only of those 122 2, 81 | of those of the higher ~saints.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 123 2, 81 | therefore the souls ~of the saints pray for us, so long as 124 2, 81 | Church does the contrary. The saints therefore do not ~pray for 125 2, 81 | greater the charity of the saints in heaven, the ~more they 126 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saints in heaven, since they are 127 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The saints impetrate what ever God 128 2, 81 | higher but also to the lower saints; else we should have to 129 2, 81 | OBJ 5: It is because the saints while living merited to 130 2, 81 | this, ~because even the saints' prayers are frequently 131 2, 83 | man. Now the angels and saints are far greater than any 132 2, 83 | sacrifice to the angels and saints.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 133 2, 83 | are raised to angels and saints. ~Therefore sacrifices also 134 2, 86 | Jephte is included among the saints (Heb. 11:32). Yet he ~killed 135 2, 86 | he is reckoned among the saints, as also by reason of the 136 2, 86 | to God, but also to the saints and to one's ~superiors, 137 2, 86 | we vow something to the ~saints or to one's superiors: so 138 2, 86 | the promise made to the saints or ~to one's superiors is 139 2, 86 | one has promised to the saints or one's superiors.~Aquin.: 140 2, 87 | by relics, and by the ~saints.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 141 2, 87 | in the Gospel; and by the saints who believed this truth 142 2, 92 | excellence of angels and saints may be impressed and ~confirmed 143 2, 93 | Further, the souls of the saints do not encourage those who 144 2, 93 | Gedeon is numbered among the saints (Heb. 11:32). Yet ~Gedeon 145 2, 94 | than the relics of the ~saints; wherefore Augustine says ( 146 2, 94 | wear the relics of the saints at one's neck, or to carry 147 2, 94 | confidence in God, and in the saints whose relics they are, ~ 148 2, 94 | reverence due to God and the saints), it ~would be superstitious 149 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: When saints work miracles by their prayers, 150 2, 97 | and the ~relics of the saints, wherein the very persons 151 2, 97 | the very persons of the saints, so to ~speak, are reverenced 152 2, 111 | known the science of the saints" [*Vulg.: ~'and I have not 153 2, 111 | known the science of the saints'].~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] 154 2, 111 | while the "wisdom of the saints" is that which ~is received 155 2, 119 | belongs to piety to honor the saints, and ~not to contradict 156 2, 119 | the children of God." The saints will ~also mutually honor 157 2, 119 | before the Judgment Day, ~the saints have pity on those also 158 2, 144 | ad Pet. xlii) that ~"the saints abstain from meat and drink, 159 2, 152 | among you, as becometh ~saints," then he adds: "Or obscenity" ( 160 2, 172 | nation." Therefore other saints can likewise be called prophets 161 2, 172 | is not the same with the saints who are now in ~heaven. 162 2, 173 | soul, as will happen to the saints after the resurrection, 163 2, 173 | and thus it beatifies the saints in ~heaven. Secondly, by 164 2, 173 | after the resurrection the saints will see ~the Divine essence 165 2, 173 | was vouchsafed certain saints, ~without their departing 166 2, 173 | with the same vision as the saints see Him in ~heaven." Now 167 2, 173 | from the very fact that the saints see God, they know ~whether 168 2, 173 | so perfectly as do the saints in heaven. Hence Augustine 169 2, 176 | Dial. ii, 30) that "the saints work ~miracles, sometimes 170 2, 176 | not wrought except by the saints, since ~it is in proof of 171 2, 181 | for the perfecting of the saints." Secondly, it regards the 172 2, 183 | Further, the deeds of the saints related in Holy Writ are 173 2, 186 | provide for the needs of the saints?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] 174 3, 2 | been ~said of Christ by the saints, or by Himself of Himself, 175 3, 2 | first, by operation, as the saints know and love God; ~secondly, 176 3, 2 | even ~as the union of the saints with God by knowledge and 177 3, 2 | sanctifying grace, as in the saints; ~thirdly, by personal union, 178 3, 6 | and truth ~before all the saints, who were from the beginning 179 3, 7 | For the perfecting of ~the saints, for the work of the ministry, 180 3, 7 | all these acts. But other saints who are moved by God ~as 181 3, 7 | act. And hence in other ~saints these graces are divided, 182 3, 7 | me, the least of all the saints, is given this grace . . ~. 183 3, 7 | common, to which all the ~saints are pre-ordained, or something 184 3, 7 | grace is ~common to all the saints, viz. to have grace enough 185 3, 7 | are also common to all the saints. Yet there ~are certain 186 3, 7 | certain prerogatives of saints, both in heaven and on earth, 187 3, 8 | authoritatively. Even other ~saints are said to give the Holy 188 3, 15 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Saints, whose souls are in heaven 189 3, 15 | first, because the souls of saints are not ~passible, as Christ' 190 3, 16 | been ~said of Christ by the Saints, or by Himself of Himself, 191 3, 18 | the good wills of ~other saints are moved by God's will, " 192 3, 18 | true comprehensor. But the Saints who are ~comprehensors in 193 3, 21 | what the ~Spirit makes the saints to desire: "because He asketh 194 3, 21 | because He asketh for the saints ~according to God," that 195 3, 21 | variously ~explained by the Saints. For Hilary (Super Matth. 196 3, 22 | be for ever. For in the Saints ~there will be no weakness, 197 3, 22 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Saints who will be in heaven will 198 3, 22 | that ~is, the city of the Saints - "and the Lamb is the lamp 199 3, 25 | adoration of the relics of Saints.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 200 3, 25 | due to the relics of the saints?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 201 3, 25 | seem that the relics of the saints are not to be ~worshiped 202 3, 25 | Therefore the relics of the ~saints are not to be honored.~Aquin.: 203 3, 25 | But the ~relics of the saints are insensible. Therefore 204 3, 25 | that ~the bodies of the saints, above all the relics of 205 3, 25 | should show honor to ~the saints of God, as being members 206 3, 25 | sake, whose ministers the saints were.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] 207 3, 27 | In other respects these saints might be more closely united ~ 208 3, 37 | men are ~named after the Saints on whose feasts they are 209 3, 37 | represented the mourning of the saints in this life: but ~the turtle 210 3, 39 | gift of wisdom, whereby the saints ~dwell beside the running 211 3, 39 | of knowledge, whereby the saints make choice of ~sound doctrines, 212 3, 39 | counsel, with ~which the saints, by teaching and example, 213 3, 39 | understanding, wherewith the saints do ~not rend sound doctrines, 214 3, 39 | by reason of which the saints are free ~from unreasonable 215 3, 39 | fortitude, wherewith the saints build ~their nest, i.e. 216 3, 39 | gift of fear, wherewith the saints delight in bewailing ~sins.~ 217 3, 45 | the future clarity of the saints, which will be ~surpassed 218 3, 45 | heavenly ~clarity all the saints will cling to Him in the 219 3, 45 | in the glory ~to come the saints will be covered. Or, again, 220 3, 45 | clarity will ~cover the saints as a tent. Hence when Peter 221 3, 46 | just ~as the glory of the saints surpasses every good of 222 3, 48 | but also that of other saints ~conduced to our salvation, 223 3, 48 | but also to ~the other saints.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 224 3, 48 | 3: The sufferings of the saints are beneficial to the Church, ~ 225 3, 49 | according to Heb. 11:33: The saints "by faith conquered kingdoms, 226 3, 49 | which is the abode of the saints: and likewise ~Enoch was 227 3, 52 | into hell He delivered the saints who ~were there, not by 228 3, 52 | Godhead just as the other saints did.~~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] 229 3, 52 | Passion He delivered the saints from the penalty ~whereby 230 3, 52 | was also bestowed upon the saints of old, that on ~the Lord' 231 3, 52 | fruits of His Passion on the saints detained there; although ~ 232 3, 53 | Moreover the third state of the saints began ~with the Resurrection 233 3, 53 | and ~many bodies of the saints who had slept rose again." 234 3, 53 | many of the bodies of the saints rose, that they might bear 235 3, 54 | in the resurrection the saints will have glorified ~bodies, 236 3, 57 | body and the bodies of the saints are lifted up to heaven. 237 3, 57 | heaven the souls of the ~saints delivered from hell, according 238 3, 58 | Father's ~throne." But other saints have it from Christ; and 239 3, 59 | opinion that the souls of the saints ~shall not be rewarded in 240 3, 59 | shall judge angels?" But the saints judge only by Christ's authority. ~ 241 3, 62 | on the authority of many saints that the sacraments of ~ 242 3, 63 | distinguishable from others. But the saints are distinguishable from ~ 243 3, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The saints in heaven resemble the angels 244 3, 68 | the whole company ~of the saints and the faithful. For they 245 3, 69 | me the least of all the saints, is given this grace . . . 246 3, 76 | glorified bodies of the saints will be "made like to ~the 247 3, 76 | in the resurrection the saints will be equal to the ~angels, 248 3, 78 | to the teachings of the saints, and detracts from the ~ 249 3, 79 | in the fellowship of the saints, where shall be peace, and 250 3, 80 | is ~the fellowship of the saints. Therefore, whoever receives 251 3, 83 | with the relics of the saints, ~"whose lives are hidden 252 3, 83 | in which ~no relics of saints are found enclosed, be thrown 253 3, 83 | Secondly, he commemorates the saints, invoking ~their patronage 254 3, 83 | incense of the prayers of the saints ascended up before God, 255 3, 83 | Blessed Virgin, and the other saints, if ~there be any, who are 256 3, 83 | because the bodies of the saints will be in their ~graves 257 3, 84 | but after this life the saints are not susceptible to ~ 258 3, 89 | purpose are ~called to be saints," viz. the predestined, 259 3, 89 | God and ~give joy to the saints, according to Apoc. 3:11: " 260 Suppl, 16| Whether it can be in the saints in glory?~(3) Whether in 261 Suppl, 16| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the saints in glory have penance?~Aquin.: 262 Suppl, 16| It would seem that the saints in glory have not penance. 263 Suppl, 16| the heart. Therefore the saints in heaven have not ~penance.~ 264 Suppl, 16| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the saints in heaven are conformed 265 Suppl, 16| will be no penance in the saints in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT XP 266 Suppl, 16| reduced to its act. But ~the saints in heaven will not repent 267 Suppl, 19| Himself or through His saints." Hence He forgives sin 268 Suppl, 25| Q[13], ~A[2]). And the saints in whom this super-abundance 269 Suppl, 27| from the application of the saints' merits to an individual. ~ 270 Suppl, 36| such qualifications as the saints enumerate. Therefore if ~ 271 Suppl, 67| might indicate sin, as the ~saints are agreed in saying, others 272 Suppl, 69| 4) the prayers of the saints in heaven; (5) the signs 273 Suppl, 69| not be," says that "the saints are delivered at the ~end 274 Suppl, 69| will not yet be where the saints ~will be when it is said 275 Suppl, 69| of My Father." Now those ~saints will be in heaven. Therefore 276 Suppl, 69| Therefore after this life the saints do not go ~immediately up 277 Suppl, 69| denied that the souls of the ~saints are borne to heaven. That 278 Suppl, 69| will not yet be where the saints will be," etc., by saying 279 Suppl, 69| double stole which ~the saints will have at the resurrection."~ 280 Suppl, 69| more derogatory ~to the saints if the glory of the soul 281 Suppl, 69| neither the ~rewards of the saints nor the punishments of the 282 Suppl, 69| difference between the saints and the damned, that the 283 Suppl, 69| and the damned, that the saints can appear ~when they will 284 Suppl, 69| damned; for even as the saints ~while living in the flesh 285 Suppl, 69| unfitting for the souls of the saints to be endowed with a power 286 Suppl, 69| hand and the souls of the saints and of the damned on the 287 Suppl, 69| competent to the souls of the saints that they can be where they 288 Suppl, 69| Although the souls of the saints or of the damned are ~sometimes 289 Suppl, 69| xii). But the souls of the saints have not at all ~times had 290 Suppl, 69| Consequently the state of the saints before Christ's coming may 291 Suppl, 69| before Christ's coming the saints' rest had a lack of rest 292 Suppl, 69| the coming of Christ the saints' rest is ~complete through 293 Suppl, 69| Dead, ~Resp. vii]. But the saints were redeemed from limbo. 294 Suppl, 69| punishment, whereas the saints were detained but temporally 295 Suppl, 69| distinguish an abode of ~the saints before the coming of Christ 296 Suppl, 70| just as the glory of the ~saints is never interrupted, so 297 Suppl, 71| is that the ~communion of saints is laid down as an article 298 Suppl, 71| and for this reason ~the saints pray not for dead unbelieving 299 Suppl, 71| their merits, even as the saints ~who are in heaven. For 300 Suppl, 71| neither can the glory ~of the saints be increased as to the essential 301 Suppl, 71| Whether suffrages profit the saints in heaven?~Aquin.: SMT XP 302 Suppl, 71| way suffrages profit the saints in ~heaven; on account of 303 Suppl, 71| sacraments) "avail thy saints unto glory, so may they 304 Suppl, 71| Therefore suffrages profit the saints in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT XP 305 Suppl, 71| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the saints rejoice in heaven not only 306 Suppl, 71| Therefore the joy of the saints in heaven ~increases on 307 Suppl, 71| who is in need. But the saints in ~heaven are without any 308 Suppl, 71| in need. Hence, as the ~saints in heaven are free from 309 Suppl, 71| expressions do not mean that the saints receive ~an increase of 310 Suppl, 71| faithful departed ~profit the saints, but that by the merits 311 Suppl, 71| that by the merits of the saints which we ~commemorate, or 312 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 3: Although the saints in heaven rejoice in all 313 Suppl, 71| the ~formal aspect of the saints' joy, no matter what they 314 Suppl, 71| friends, or the prayers of the saints, or the ~fasting of their 315 Suppl, 71| death the ~bodies of the saints can be hindered from being 316 Suppl, 71| to the ~suffrages of the saints, as stated above.~Aquin.: 317 Suppl, 72| PRAYERS WITH REGARD TO THE SAINTS IN HEAVEN (THREE ARTICLES)~ 318 Suppl, 72| prayer with regard to the saints in heaven. Under ~this head 319 Suppl, 72| inquiry:~(1) Whether the saints have knowledge of our prayers?~( 320 Suppl, 72| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the saints have knowledge of our prayers?~ 321 Suppl, 72| It would seem that the saints have no knowledge of our 322 Suppl, 72| us," says that "the dead saints ~know not what the living, 323 Suppl, 72| the living?" Therefore the saints cannot be ~cognizant of 324 Suppl, 72| his people. Therefore the saints after death know not our ~ 325 Suppl, 72| latter is in danger. Now the saints, in ~this life, watch over 326 Suppl, 72| 4: Further, even as the saints after death see the Word, 327 Suppl, 72| Therefore although the saints ~see the Word, they do not 328 Suppl, 72| prayers are unknown to the saints.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 329 Suppl, 72| apply to the souls of the saints, for since they have an ~ 330 Suppl, 72| obstacle to the souls of the saints being cognizant ~of our 331 Suppl, 72| seem that the souls of the ~saints are cognizant of our prayers 332 Suppl, 72| against him. ~Therefore the saints are cognizant of what happens 333 Suppl, 72| since the ~souls of the saints do not comprehend the Divine 334 Suppl, 72| rectitude is lacking to the saints, they wish to ~know what 335 Suppl, 72| Wherefore it is evident that the saints are cognizant of such things 336 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 2: Although the saints, after this life, know what 337 Suppl, 72| OBJ 3: The souls of the saints have their will fully conformed 338 Suppl, 72| we ought to call upon the saints to pray for us?~Aquin.: 339 Suppl, 72| ought not to call upon the saints to pray ~for us. For no 340 Suppl, 72| unnecessary to make the saints mediators ~between us and 341 Suppl, 72| acceptable to God. Now among the ~saints the holier a man is, the 342 Suppl, 72| always to bespeak the greater saints to intercede for ~us with 343 Suppl, 72| should we ask the other saints ~to do so.~Aquin.: SMT XP 344 Suppl, 72| unnecessary to make the ~saints our intercessors with God.~ 345 Suppl, 72| achieved at all. Now the saints would pray for us just the 346 Suppl, 72| and turn to some of the saints." Now, as Gregory ~says ( 347 Suppl, 72| we should turn ~to the saints, that they may pray God 348 Suppl, 72| OTC Para. 2/3~Further, the saints who are in heaven are more 349 Suppl, 72| Now we should make the saints, who are on the ~way, our 350 Suppl, 72| therefore, should we ask the saints ~who are in heaven to help 351 Suppl, 72| asks for the prayers of the saints in the Litany.~Aquin.: SMT 352 Suppl, 72| between." Wherefore, since the saints who are in ~heaven are nearest 353 Suppl, 72| brought back to God by the saints who are between us and Him: 354 Suppl, 72| reach us by means of the saints ~intercession, so should 355 Suppl, 72| through the prayers of the saints, but to the end that the ~ 356 Suppl, 72| 2: Although the greater saints are more acceptable to God 357 Suppl, 72| by praying ~to different saints, the fervor of our devotion 358 Suppl, 72| because it is granted to some saints to exercise their ~patronage 359 Suppl, 72| state further on (A[3]) the saints are said to ~present our 360 Suppl, 72| unnecessary to pray to the saints.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 361 Suppl, 72| Whether the prayers which the saints pour forth to God for us 362 Suppl, 72| that the prayers which the saints pour forth to God ~for us 363 Suppl, 72| were always granted, the ~saints would be heard especially 364 Suppl, 72| people." Therefore, the ~saints are not always heard when 365 Suppl, 72| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the saints in heaven are stated to 366 Suppl, 72| Therefore ~neither are other saints always heard by God when 367 Suppl, 72| it in a ~sense. But the saints in heaven are not in the 368 Suppl, 72| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the saints, in all things, conform 369 Suppl, 72| punishment. Since then the saints in heaven pray for those 370 Suppl, 72| assisted by the prayers of the saints.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 371 Suppl, 72| 1/1~I answer that, The saints are said to pray for us 372 Suppl, 72| for us. In both ways the saints' prayers ~considered in 373 Suppl, 72| if that ~also which the saints will according to this kind 374 Suppl, 72| and ~the fellowship of the saints, and they consent to God' 375 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 4: Although the saints are not in a state to merit 376 Suppl, 72| for: and so, although the saints ~are not in the state of 377 Suppl, 72| quoted above (ad ~3), the saints and angels will nothing 378 Suppl, 72| xxii]): "The prayers of the saints profit the predestinate, ~ 379 Suppl, 72| also wills ~that what the saints see Him to will shall be 380 Suppl, 72| have not paid. But the ~saints in heaven are not in the 381 Suppl, 72| when Christ comes and the ~saints rise again the whole world 382 Suppl, 72| also the statement of the saints that it will rise up; thus ( 383 Suppl, 72| imperfection from the abode of the saints; and consequently in this ~ 384 Suppl, 72| the resurrection, for the saints who will rise again will 385 Suppl, 72| glorification of the ~bodies of the saints will happen at the same 386 Suppl, 72| at the same time; for the saints in ~rising again will assume 387 Suppl, 72| at the same time as ~the saints' bodies shall be glorified, 388 Suppl, 72| for labors endured by the saints in this ~life. For if they 389 Suppl, 72| the glorification of the saints according to Rm. 8:19. Therefore 390 Suppl, 73| immortal life; but in the saints who were conformed to ~Christ 391 Suppl, 74| resurrection of the ~early saints to be deferred until the 392 Suppl, 74| Many of the bodies of the saints, ~that had slept, arose." 393 Suppl, 74| resurrection of ~the Old Testament saints should not be delayed till 394 Suppl, 74| this ~resurrection of the saints with Christ, namely as to 395 Suppl, 74| present time wherein the ~saints now reign with Christ, because 396 Suppl, 75| 1/1~I answer that, The saints differ in speaking on this 397 Suppl, 75| The perfect desire of the saints cannot be void; but ~nothing 398 Suppl, 75| the resurrection of the ~saints which will be glorious must 399 Suppl, 79| Whether the bodies of the saints will be impassible after 400 Suppl, 79| Whether the bodies of the saints will be impassible after 401 Suppl, 79| seems that the bodies of the saints will not be impassible ~ 402 Suppl, 79| Now the bodies of ~the saints will be in potentiality 403 Suppl, 79| form. But the bodies of the saints after ~the resurrection 404 Suppl, 79| Now the bodies of the saints will be composed of contraries 405 Suppl, 79| Therefore the ~bodies of the saints will be passible after the 406 Suppl, 79| Now ~the bodies of the saints will be incorruptible after 407 Suppl, 79| stronger than the bodies of the saints, of which it is written ( 408 Suppl, 79| passion in the bodies of the saints after resurrection; ~wherefore 409 Suppl, 79| some passion. But in the saints after the resurrection, 410 Suppl, 79| Consequently in ~the bodies of the saints after the resurrection, 411 Suppl, 79| wounds will not be in the saints, nor were ~they in Christ, 412 Suppl, 79| steadfast virtue whereby the saints suffered for the sake of 413 Suppl, 79| passibility in any of the ~saints' bodies. Therefore they 414 Suppl, 79| merit. Now some of ~the saints were greater in merit than 415 Suppl, 79| else the bodily life of the saints after the resurrection ~ 416 Suppl, 79| 51,54). Wherefore if the saints, ~in the resurrection, were 417 Suppl, 79| God is apprehended by the saints as the type of all ~things 418 Suppl, 79| receive. And since in ~the saints all the powers will be most 419 Suppl, 79| that the bodies of ~the saints will be a most sweet smell. 420 Suppl, 79| the sense of smell in the saints, because it ~will not be 421 Suppl, 80| body of heaven, since the saints will be able at will ~to 422 Suppl, 81| will be no labor in the saints' movements, and thus it 423 Suppl, 81| that the bodies of the saints' will be agile.~Aquin.: 424 Suppl, 81| give to the ~bodies of the saints a disposition other than 425 Suppl, 81| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the saints will never use their agility 426 Suppl, 81| It would seem that the saints will never use their agility 427 Suppl, 81| resurrection the glory of the saints will ~never vary, neither 428 Suppl, 81| likewise the bodies of the saints, which will arise from the 429 Suppl, 81| Whether the movement of the saints will be instantaneous?~Aquin.: 430 Suppl, 81| seem that movement of the saints will be instantaneous. ~ 431 Suppl, 82| Therefore the bodies of the saints will be lightsome.~Aquin.: 432 Suppl, 82| resurrection the ~bodies of the saints will be lightsome, on account 433 Suppl, 83| 2: Further, just as the saints will rise again to final 434 Suppl, 83| unhappiness. Now when the saints ~rise again nothing will 435 Suppl, 83| final ~happiness of the saints requires that they should 436 Suppl, 83| even as the joy of the saints will surpass all present 437 Suppl, 84| charity is perfect in the saints after the ~resurrection, 438 Suppl, 84| to ~be opened "denote the saints of the New and Old Testaments 439 Suppl, 84| sorrow for sin, yet ~the saints in heaven will be so full 440 Suppl, 84| we know the sins of some saints, for instance of Magdalen, 441 Suppl, 84| considerably from the glory of the saints and the praise due to God 442 Suppl, 84| But that ~the sins of the saints be revealed cannot be to 443 Suppl, 85| completion of the number of the ~saints. The wicked also will receive 444 Suppl, 85| shining from the bodies of the saints, ~and not to evaporations 445 Suppl, 86| no reason why some of the saints should not reveal ~certain 446 Suppl, 86| the reason why one of the saints will be said to judge as 447 Suppl, 86| the angels is promised the saints after ~this life (Mt. 22: 448 Suppl, 86| never ~blessed. But the saints are now blessed. Therefore 449 Suppl, 86| banished from the city of the ~saints, of which they appeared 450 Suppl, 88| await the ~glory of the saints. But they would not await 451 Suppl, 89| inquiry:~(1) Whether the saints will see God in His essence?~( 452 Suppl, 89| Therefore neither will the saints in heaven ~see God in His 453 Suppl, 89| seen in another way ~by the saints in heaven: for He according 454 Suppl, 89| but will be ~seen by the saints according to their mode. 455 Suppl, 89| will not be seen ~by the saints as He is, and thus will 456 Suppl, 89| seen in His ~essence by the saints in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT XP 457 Suppl, 89| seen in His essence by the saints in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT XP 458 Suppl, 89| Further, the desire of the saints cannot be altogether frustrated. 459 Suppl, 89| the common desire of the saints is to see God in His essence, 460 Suppl, 89| for us." ~Therefore the saints will see God in His essence.~ 461 Suppl, 89| God will be seen by the saints as He is, if this ~be referred 462 Suppl, 89| the object seen, for the saints will see that ~God has the 463 Suppl, 89| after the resurrection the saints will see God with the eyes 464 Suppl, 89| after the resurrection the saints will see God ~with the eyes 465 Suppl, 89| which is promised to the saints after the resurrection), 466 Suppl, 89| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the saints, seeing God, see all that 467 Suppl, 89| It would seem that the saints, seeing God in His essence, 468 Suppl, 89| before they happen." Now the ~saints will be equal to the angels 469 Suppl, 89| 22:30). Therefore the ~saints also in seeing God see all 470 Suppl, 89| image of all. Therefore the saints who see the ~Word in its 471 Suppl, 89| will be removed from the saints ~by glory. Therefore all 472 Suppl, 89| Further, the beatitude of the saints is in their soul before ~ 473 Suppl, 89| body. Now the bodies of the saints will be reformed in ~glory 474 Suppl, 89| Therefore all the souls of the saints ~will also see all things 475 Suppl, 89| it would seem that the saints seeing God see all.~Aquin.: 476 Suppl, 89| same reason all the ~other saints who will see God in His 477 Suppl, 89| and of the souls of the saints can go on ~increasing until 478 Suppl, 89| OBJ 7: The desire of the saints to know all things will 479 Suppl, 89| or a necessity. Now the saints in heaven ~will not be ignorant 480 Suppl, 89| and thus ~the angels and saints in heaven will be ignorant 481 Suppl, 90| OF THE HAPPINESS OF THE SAINTS AND THEIR MANSIONS (THREE 482 Suppl, 90| consider the happiness of the saints and their mansions. ~Under 483 Suppl, 90| Whether the happiness of the saints will increase after the 484 Suppl, 90| Whether the happiness of the saints will be greater after the 485 Suppl, 90| that the happiness of the saints will not be ~greater after 486 Suppl, 90| present the souls of the saints are ~under the altar, i.e. 487 Suppl, 90| Therefore the ~happiness of the saints will be greater after the 488 Suppl, 90| that the happiness of the saints will ~increase in extent 489 Suppl, 91| OF THE RELATIONS OF THE SAINTS TOWARDS THE DAMNED (THREE 490 Suppl, 91| consider the relations of the saints towards the damned. ~Under 491 Suppl, 91| inquiry:~(1) Whether the saints see the sufferings of the 492 Suppl, 91| says: "The dead, even the saints, know not what the living, 493 Suppl, 91| that the ~happiness of the saints may be more delightful to 494 Suppl, 91| speaks of what the departed saints are able to ~do by nature: 495 Suppl, 91| happens to the living. But the saints in heaven know ~distinctly 496 Suppl, 91| apply to the souls of the saints, because since they possess 497 Suppl, 91| s unhappiness. But the ~saints cannot desire this for the 498 Suppl, 91| thing as such: and thus the saints will ~not rejoice in the 499 Suppl, 91| it: and in this way the saints will ~rejoice in the punishment 500 Suppl, 92| burdens of ~marriage. But the saints resemble not the bridegroom


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