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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | make truth clear. ~Hence a reward is held out to those who 2 1, 21 | goodness; sometimes as the ~reward of merit. Anselm touches 3 1, 22 | by way of punishment or reward. In this way, the Apostle ~ 4 1, 26 | beatitude or happiness is the reward of virtue, ~according to 5 1, 26 | Philosopher (Ethic. i, 9). But reward does not apply to ~God; 6 1, 26 | or happiness to be ~the reward of virtue, so far as anyone 7 1, 26 | vision is the whole of the reward," as ~Augustine says (De 8 1, 48 | to pain what merit is to reward. But reward has more good 9 1, 48 | merit is to reward. But reward has more good than merit, ~ 10 1, 48 | results in pain, as merit in reward, yet ~fault is not intended 11 1, 48 | pain, as merit is for the reward; ~but rather, on the contrary, 12 1, 62 | notion of an end, and is the reward of virtue, as even the ~ 13 1, 62 | as merit ~increases, the reward of beatitude increases. 14 1, 62 | merit but rather ~enjoys the reward. Even as in acquired habits, 15 1, 62 | to the perfection of ~the reward.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 16 1, 62 | belongs to their accidental reward, which can be increased 17 1, 62 | as to their accidental ~reward. But it is better to say 18 1, 63 | But with the angels the reward follows immediately ~upon 19 1, 66 | lowest ~darkness, so the reward for worthy deeds is laid 20 1, 66 | glory itself. For in the reward to come a two-fold ~glory 21 1, 68 | Monte), in the words, ~"Your reward is very great in heaven" ( 22 1, 49 | to pain what merit is to reward. But reward has more good 23 1, 49 | merit is to reward. But reward has more good than merit, ~ 24 1, 49 | results in pain, as merit in reward, yet ~fault is not intended 25 1, 49 | pain, as merit is for the reward; ~but rather, on the contrary, 26 1, 63 | notion of an end, and is the reward of virtue, as even the ~ 27 1, 63 | as merit ~increases, the reward of beatitude increases. 28 1, 63 | merit but rather ~enjoys the reward. Even as in acquired habits, 29 1, 63 | to the perfection of ~the reward.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 30 1, 63 | belongs to their accidental reward, which can be increased 31 1, 63 | as to their accidental ~reward. But it is better to say 32 1, 64 | But with the angels the reward follows immediately ~upon 33 1, 67 | lowest ~darkness, so the reward for worthy deeds is laid 34 1, 67 | glory itself. For in the reward to come a two-fold ~glory 35 1, 69 | Monte), in the words, ~"Your reward is very great in heaven" ( 36 1, 93 | been promised to him as a reward.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 37 1, 94 | degree to the essential reward, which consists in the enjoyment 38 1, 94 | corresponds to the accidental reward, which ~consists in rejoicing 39 1, 95 | He would punish some and reward others, but that He would ~ 40 1, 96 | is promised to man as a reward, according to ~Apoc. 21: 41 1, 96 | created in the ~state of reward, but that he might deserve 42 1, 96 | that he might deserve the reward. Therefore man was ~not 43 1, 96 | Reply OBJ 4: The promised reward of the immortality of glory 44 1, 104 | are not imputed to man for reward or blame. But this is false. ~ 45 1, 104 | would not be imputed for ~reward or blame. But since its 46 2, 2 | happiness or bliss is "the reward of virtue," as the Philosopher 47 2, 2 | 5), honor is not that ~reward of virtue, for which the 48 2, 2 | honor ~from men by way of reward, "as from those who have 49 2, 2 | offer." But virtue's true reward is happiness itself, for 50 2, 4 | that "vision is the entire reward of ~faith." But the prize 51 2, 4 | faith." But the prize or reward of virtue is happiness, 52 2, 4 | From the very fact that a reward is given to anyone, the ~ 53 2, 4 | included in the very notion of reward.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[1] 54 2, 4 | contrary, Happiness is the reward of virtue; wherefore it 55 2, 4 | if you do them." But the ~reward promised to the saints is 56 2, 4 | promised the saints for reward, belongs to ~Happiness. 57 2, 4 | Lord said (Mt. 5:12): "Your reward is very great in ~heaven." 58 2, 4 | that is described as the reward of the saints, but a ~heaven 59 2, 5 | For ~Happiness is "the reward of virtue," as the Philosopher 60 2, 5 | Ethic. i, ~9). But equal reward is given for all the works 61 2, 5 | i, 9), happiness is the reward of works of virtue.~Aquin.: 62 2, 7 | as they are deserving of reward or punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 63 2, 18 | other deserves praise and reward, the other, blame and punishment. 64 2, 20 | deserves neither punishment nor reward in the accomplishment ~of 65 2, 20 | so neither does it lessen reward or punishment, if ~a man 66 2, 21 | one deserves punishment or reward for doing as he ~chooses 67 2, 21 | not merit punishment or reward, through putting his action 68 2, 21 | wicked ~unto evil; for the reward of his hands shall be given 69 2, 39 | contrary, Whatever merits the reward of eternal life is virtuous. ~ 70 2, 57 | blessed: for "happiness is the reward of virtue" (Ethic. i, 9). 71 2, 69 | because they hope ~for a reward, as stated above (A[1]). 72 2, 69 | which is set down as the reward of ~poverty is the happiness 73 2, 69 | must be referred to the reward of the seventh ~beatitude. 74 2, 69 | heaven is assigned as the reward, both of ~the first and 75 2, 69 | unity and peace. Hence, as a reward, ~he is promised the glory 76 2, 72 | stands in relation to its reward, ~so does sin stand in relation 77 2, 72 | relation to punishment. But the reward is the end of ~the virtuous 78 2, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The reward is intended by him that 79 2, 87 | deserves, not punishment, but reward. Therefore, when sin is ~ 80 2, 92 | to good deeds, so does ~reward. Therefore if to punish 81 2, 92 | effect of law, so also is ~to reward.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 82 2, 92 | brave man may demand his reward'": or forbids ~something, 83 2, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To reward may also pertain to anyone: 84 2, 92 | inflicted. Wherefore to reward is not reckoned an effect 85 2, 99 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the reward of righteousness and the 86 2, 100 | necessary to add a promise of reward. And since parents are already 87 2, 100 | wherefore a ~promise of reward is added to the precept 88 2, 107 | extrinsic punishment or reward. Hence the New Law which 89 2, 109 | eternal life is the wage of reward bestowed by God on ~men, 90 2, 109 | according to Mt. 5:12: "Your reward is very great in heaven." 91 2, 109 | in heaven." But ~wage or reward is meted by God to everyone 92 2, 111 | to him that worketh, the reward is not ~reckoned according 93 2, 112 | To him ~that worketh, the reward is not reckoned according 94 2, 114 | Jer. 31:16): "There is a reward for thy ~work." Now a reward 95 2, 114 | reward for thy ~work." Now a reward means something bestowed 96 2, 114 | I answer that, Merit and reward refer to the same, for a 97 2, 114 | refer to the same, for a reward means ~something given anyone 98 2, 114 | the character of merit and reward simply. But where there 99 2, 114 | man obtains from God, as a reward of his ~operation, what 100 2, 114 | Further, merit that equals the reward, would seem to be condign. ~ 101 2, 114 | judgment, ~would seem a condign reward. But life everlasting is 102 2, 114 | what he can, God should reward him according to the ~excellence 103 2, 114 | man shall receive ~his own reward according to his labor." 104 2, 114 | of grace is repugnant to reward of works, ~according to 105 2, 114 | to him that worketh, the reward is not ~reckoned according 106 2, 114 | according to debt, as the reward of his works. Hence a ~man 107 2, 114 | come under merit, since reward is the term ~of the work, 108 2, 114 | when anyone receives the reward he merited no other reward ~ 109 2, 114 | reward he merited no other reward ~is due to him; thus it 110 2, 114 | They have received ~their reward." Hence, if anyone were 111 2, 114 | not expect any further reward, which is unfitting.~Aquin.: 112 2, 114 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Reward is the term of merit. But 113 2, 114 | term; and this term is the reward of increase. Now the reward 114 2, 114 | reward of increase. Now the reward of ~human favor is as the 115 2, 114 | as these receive no other reward.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 116 2, 114 | is ~promised to some as a reward of justice, falls under 117 2, 114 | promised in the Old Law as the reward of justice, as appears ~ 118 2, 114 | they received an earthly reward." And it is written (Ezech. ~ 119 2, 114 | and there hath been no reward given him," and further ~ 120 2, 114 | falls under merit is the reward or wage, which is a ~kind 121 2, 114 | everlasting is simply the reward of the works of justice 122 2, 114 | themselves, the nature of reward, with respect to the ~Divine 123 2, 2 | since "happiness is the reward of virtue," as the ~Philosopher 124 2, 7 | quoted continues: "And ~your reward shall not be made void." ~ 125 2, 8 | heart; the other by ~way of reward, viz. the sight of God, 126 2, 9 | resulting consolation, as the reward; ~which is begun in this 127 2, 12 | part of ~their blissful reward, and, in like manner, in 128 2, 15 | passage ~concludes - "and your reward shall not be made void."~ 129 2, 18 | more confident he is of the reward, and, consequently the ~ 130 2, 21 | while, by the hope of a reward, ~he is induced to observe 131 2, 25 | of merit to a yet greater reward, as happens ~now while it 132 2, 25 | both the virtue and the ~reward of a better man, whereas 133 2, 26 | them that love you, ~what reward shall you have?" Therefore 134 2, 26 | Therefore it is not deserving of reward to ~love one's friend: whereas, 135 2, 26 | enemy is deserving of a reward. Therefore it is more meritorious 136 2, 26 | man shall receive his own reward according to ~his own labor" ( 137 2, 26 | more meritorious, because a reward is due to it for its own ~ 138 2, 26 | sake, since the ultimate reward is the enjoyment of God, 139 2, 26 | Divine love tends: hence a reward is promised to him that ~ 140 2, 30 | stewardship, and he the reward of patience? It is the hungry 141 2, 30 | may receive an eternal ~reward in return, according to 142 2, 30 | repay thee." Now the eternal reward is gained chiefly by the ~ 143 2, 30 | counts to receive an eternal ~reward. First because they are 144 2, 32 | count for little in their ~reward, but they count for much 145 2, 32 | reckoned great in their reward, but little in the ~transgression." 146 2, 38 | will give him a heavenly reward." Therefore it is lawful ~ 147 2, 43 | the merit and as to the reward. The merit is ~denoted in 148 2, 43 | ascribed to wisdom. The reward is expressed in ~the words, " 149 2, 64 | stewardship, and ~he the reward of patience?"~Aquin.: SMT 150 2, 69 | not a human, but a Divine reward. In ~like manner an advocate, 151 2, 73 | grievous, ~because honor is the reward of virtue, and against this 152 2, 75 | would seem to receive the reward of his labor. Nevertheless 153 2, 76 | it is even promised as a reward for the observance ~of the 154 2, 76 | it promised to them as a reward, "Thou shalt fenerate to ~ 155 2, 76 | the Jews are promised in reward an abundance of wealth, 156 2, 78 | is due, by ~comparing the reward he receives with what he 157 2, 81 | I am not deprived of my reward," as the gloss ~expounds 158 2, 81 | not I be deprived of my reward." Now reward is not ~due 159 2, 81 | deprived of my reward." Now reward is not ~due save to merit. 160 2, 94 | of Gentiles. ~Hence as a reward for their obedience they 161 2, 98 | but to the Lord for the reward of their ministry."~Aquin.: 162 2, 101 | iv, 3), "honor is ~the reward of virtue." Now, since virtue 163 2, 101 | of spiritual ~things, its reward is not something corporal, 164 2, 101 | something corporal, for the reward is more ~excellent than 165 2, 101 | honor is not a ~sufficient reward of virtue: yet nothing in 166 2, 101 | honor is said to be the reward of virtue. ~Aquin.: SMT 167 2, 108 | 4: Further, the eternal reward is not lost save for a mortal 168 2, 108 | Now, for a lie the eternal reward was lost, being exchanged 169 2, 108 | that "we learn from the ~reward of the midwives what the 170 2, 108 | lying deserves: since the reward ~which they deserved for 171 2, 108 | commended. For this an eternal reward is due. Wherefore Jerome ( 172 2, 108 | merit, not indeed ~eternal reward, but perhaps some temporal 173 2, 108 | their meriting an eternal reward. It is in this sense ~that 174 2, 108 | lie to lose the eternal reward as though they had already 175 2, 109 | and received an earthly reward from God, not for his ~dissimulation, 176 2, 120 | are directed to a future ~reward, as stated above (FS, Q[ 177 2, 120 | regard ~chiefly the future reward, some, who are dutiful to 178 2, 121 | for the sake of an eternal reward."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 179 2, 122 | 1 ~On the contrary, The reward of beatitude is not due 180 2, 122 | may be deemed worthy of a reward, as Lucy said.~Aquin.: SMT 181 2, 127 | concupiscible good since it is the reward ~of virtue. Therefore it 182 2, 127 | Since, however, honor is the reward of every virtue, as stated 183 2, 127 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, reward is not due except to virtue. 184 2, 127 | except to virtue. But a reward is due ~to confidence, according 185 2, 127 | Further, virtue is not its own reward. But security is accounted ~ 186 2, 127 | security is accounted ~the reward of virtue, according to 187 2, 127 | security belongs to virtue's reward.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 188 2, 129 | what is due to him as a ~reward. Now honor is the reward 189 2, 129 | reward. Now honor is the reward of virtue, as the Philosopher 190 2, 129 | OBJ 2: Honor is not the reward of virtue, as regards the 191 2, 129 | should seek for it as his reward: since the ~reward he seeks 192 2, 129 | as his reward: since the ~reward he seeks is happiness, which 193 2, 129 | But it is said ~to be the reward of virtue as regards others, 194 2, 129 | greater ~than honor whereby to reward the virtuous; which honor 195 2, 129 | that it is not an adequate reward, as stated in Ethic. iv, 196 2, 130 | glory that is promised as a reward for good works, and of ~ 197 2, 130 | nothing precludes ~the eternal reward except a mortal sin. Now 198 2, 130 | vainglory precludes the ~eternal reward: for it is written (Mt. 199 2, 130 | otherwise you shall not have ~a reward of your Father Who is in 200 2, 130 | a man loses the eternal reward simply through ~vainglory, 201 2, 143 | that "happiness is the reward and the end of virtue." 202 2, 150 | as regards the ~essential reward, but not as regards the 203 2, 150 | as regards the accidental reward. Hence ~Augustine says ( 204 2, 150 | OBJ 2: Further, a greater reward is due to the greater virtue. 205 2, 150 | virtue. Now the ~greatest reward is due to virginity, namely 206 2, 153 | Further, the greater the reward a virtue merits, the greater 207 2, 153 | apparently merits the greater reward; for it is ~written (2 Tim. 208 2, 159 | virtue deserves the greater reward. Now the ~greatest reward 209 2, 159 | reward. Now the ~greatest reward is due to humility, since " 210 2, 163 | an assault is ~akin to a reward. Now punishment should not 211 2, 180 | man shall receive his own reward ~according to his own labor." 212 2, 180 | meriting ~but of receiving the reward of our merits. Therefore 213 2, 180 | more of the character of reward.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[182] A[ 214 2, 180 | increase of the accidental ~reward; but the increase of merit 215 2, 180 | regard to the essential reward ~consists chiefly in charity, 216 2, 187 | retributio,' which Douay renders 'reward,' as ~meaning 'punishment']. 217 2, 187 | sin, but merit a great reward. For it is written (James 218 3, 2 | beatitude, which is the reward of virtue, and ~consists 219 3, 2 | without which ~there can be no reward. For there is something 220 3, 2 | pre-required not merely ~for reward, but also for merit, as 221 3, 19 | comprehensor belongs to the reward of beatitude, since fruition 222 3, 19 | merit, since merit ~and reward are not the same. Therefore 223 3, 19 | Hence it is promised as a ~reward to such as love Christ that 224 3, 19 | follow that the merit and the reward are the same. Nor did He ~ 225 3, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the "reward" that we merit is due "according 226 3, 25 | honor is properly "the reward of virtue," as the ~Philosopher 227 3, 25 | But virtue merits its reward by action. ~Since, therefore, 228 3, 29 | woman's pregnancy is the reward of marriage and gives grace 229 3, 34 | conception. For merit precedes reward, as fault ~precedes punishment. 230 3, 34 | comprehension is the principal reward, it seems that Christ was 231 3, 45 | s glory is promised as a reward to all the ~faithful (2 232 3, 48 | merited glory; glory was the reward of lowliness." But He was ~ 233 3, 49 | justice, there is a faithful reward." But the reward of justice 234 3, 49 | faithful reward." But the reward of justice is the ~entering 235 3, 49 | to him that worketh, the reward is reckoned ~according to 236 3, 49 | be granted to him as the reward of his just will. ~And hence 237 3, 52 | in paradise"; still as to reward he was in paradise, ~because 238 3, 55 | before all," so is a ~public reward due for public merit. But, 239 3, 55 | the Resurrection is the reward of the humility of ~the 240 3, 56 | ordained for ~punishment or reward, which are the effects of 241 3, 57 | Ascension belongs to the reward of His exaltation: and the 242 3, 57 | thing is ~not both merit and reward, just as neither are a road 243 3, 59 | belongs to judiciary power to reward the good, just ~as to punish 244 3, 59 | beatitude, which is the reward of ~good works, is bestowed 245 3, 59 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, reward and punishment correspond 246 3, 59 | instrument of the soul. Therefore reward or punishment is not due 247 3, 59 | world) to requite man with reward or ~punishment in the body, 248 3, 59 | postponing judgment as to the reward of the soul. But ~since 249 3, 59 | measure they accompany his reward or punishment. ~Consequently 250 3, 59 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the reward or punishment of the body 251 3, 59 | the body depends upon ~the reward or punishment of the soul, 252 3, 59 | therefore it must receive its reward or punishment ~then, in 253 3, 59 | Thirdly, as to the ~essential reward of the good angels, which 254 3, 59 | judgment as to the essential reward ~and chief punishment.~Aquin.: 255 3, 63 | Christ are destined to the reward of the ~glory that is to 256 3, 75 | His bodily presence as a reward, saying ~(Mt. 24:28): "Where 257 3, 84 | added: "For ~there is a reward for thy work." Now the reward 258 3, 84 | reward for thy work." Now the reward of the penitent's work is ~ 259 3, 84 | and ~after receiving this reward there is no need for man 260 3, 85 | on his way, not only to reward but also to ~punish. Wherefore 261 3, 89 | life. But to take away the reward from one who has merited 262 3, 89 | hindered from receiving his ~reward.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 263 3, 89 | injustice in withdrawing the reward from him ~who has deserved 264 3, 89 | will ~receive the essential reward according to the degree 265 3, 89 | belongs to the accidental reward.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 266 3, 89 | charity, but by a temporal reward: thus ~Gregory declares ( 267 3, 89 | deed, and had received his reward in ~this world, Abraham 268 3, Note| was called to the heavenly reward which he had merited by 269 3, Note| was called to the heavenly reward which he had merited by 270 Suppl, 10| is true of the essential reward, but not of the removal 271 Suppl, 10| accidental and ~secondary reward. Consequently one who has 272 Suppl, 13| Reply OBJ 1: The essential reward is bestowed on a man according 273 Suppl, 13| not merit the ~essential reward for another, unless his 274 Suppl, 14| to the evil act, so is ~reward to a good act. Now no evil 275 Suppl, 14| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, reward is not given except for 276 Suppl, 14| except for merit. Now some reward is ~given for works done 277 Suppl, 14| they have received their reward." Therefore those works 278 Suppl, 14| work of ours can merit a reward by ~reason of its measure 279 Suppl, 14| does not merit ~condign reward.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] A[ 280 Suppl, 25| respect of ~the essential reward, which infinitely transcends 281 Suppl, 27| observance, because, as to the reward of eternal life, ~religious 282 Suppl, 27| is true of the essential reward, but not of certain ~accidental 283 Suppl, 34| direct us to an eternal reward. But ~the forms of the other 284 Suppl, 34| sacraments make no mention of a reward. Therefore ~neither should 285 Suppl, 34| mention be made of the ~reward to be obtained if it be 286 Suppl, 34| conferred, and so no mention ~of reward is made in them. Accordingly 287 Suppl, 34| do not direct him to a ~reward, in the same way as this 288 Suppl, 41| Further, no one deserves a reward for breaking a precept. 289 Suppl, 41| precept. Now a special ~reward, namely the aureole, is 290 Suppl, 41| as regards the essential reward, is ~charity itself; but 291 Suppl, 41| as regards an accidental reward, the reason for merit ~consists 292 Suppl, 41| merit of the accidental reward ~is a difficulty of labor, 293 Suppl, 41| required for the essential ~reward is the difficulty of observing 294 Suppl, 69| their punishment or to their reward. But a ~corporeal place 295 Suppl, 69| conduce to their punishment or reward, since they ~receive nothing 296 Suppl, 69| conduces to their punishment or reward.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 297 Suppl, 69| Further, punishment and reward, being pronounced by the 298 Suppl, 69| whereby they reach their reward or ~punishment, which are 299 Suppl, 69| way, receives at once its ~reward or punishment, unless there 300 Suppl, 69| to the ~receiving of the reward; the result being that the 301 Suppl, 69| the result being that the reward is delayed. And ~since a 302 Suppl, 69| souls in keeping with their reward or ~punishment, as soon 303 Suppl, 69| what ~will they receive in reward for their justice on the 304 Suppl, 69| souls ~after death as a reward or punishment. Now after 305 Suppl, 69| conduces to ~its punishment or reward in so far as the soul, through 306 Suppl, 69| quality of punishment or reward. For ~children have no hope 307 Suppl, 69| which they would deserve a reward. Now to those ~who die in 308 Suppl, 69| punished ere they receive their reward, which abode is purgatory. ~ 309 Suppl, 69| state of receiving its final reward, or in the state of ~being 310 Suppl, 69| from receiving its final reward, this is either on account 311 Suppl, 69| detained from ~receiving their reward at once on account of the 312 Suppl, 69| be one place of blissful reward and several ~places of punishment.~ 313 Suppl, 69| in hell can receive the reward of their goods, in so far 314 Suppl, 69| Reply OBJ 10: The essential reward consists in the glory of 315 Suppl, 70| nor as to the accidental reward, ~if they happen to be outside 316 Suppl, 71| man merits an accidental reward, or a rebate of punishment. ~ 317 Suppl, 71| say, by being worthy of reward. By way of prayer, however, 318 Suppl, 71| increased as to the essential reward.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 319 Suppl, 71| merit of the essential reward or punishment, the suffrages 320 Suppl, 71| mayest add to his meed and reward!" And ~thus the same conclusion 321 Suppl, 71| otherwise their ~essential reward, consisting of their joy 322 Suppl, 71| that an increase of meed or reward accrues ~to the saint from 323 Suppl, 71| blessed departed may ~derive a reward from suffrages through having, 324 Suppl, 71| God and receive a great reward from ~Him." Now the like 325 Suppl, 72| which is given to it as its reward; ~while the impetration 326 Suppl, 72| therefore it should receive its reward like the other elements, ~ 327 Suppl, 72| the ~resurrection from the reward for labors endured by the 328 Suppl, 72| there can be sufficient reward for labor in the ~soul alone: 329 Suppl, 72| to the worker is due the ~reward of the work, it behooves 330 Suppl, 72| and ~body, to receive the reward of his work. Now as venial 331 Suppl, 72| may receive punishment or reward according to their merits. 332 Suppl, 72| Now ~either punishment or reward is due to all, either for 333 Suppl, 76| the whole, wherefore the reward is due, not to the part 334 Suppl, 79| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Reward should be proportionate 335 Suppl, 79| since ~impassibility is a reward, it would seem to be greater 336 Suppl, 81| belongs to the accidental reward. Nor does ~it follow that 337 Suppl, 81| does ~it follow that this reward is diminished whenever the 338 Suppl, 81| because that place pertains to reward, not as actually containing ~ 339 Suppl, 84| deadened will remain in the ~reward accorded to them, while 340 Suppl, 84| every one will know of his reward or ~condemnation, so will 341 Suppl, 85| universe. Hence one man's reward is ~delayed for the good 342 Suppl, 85| will receive an increase of reward after the judgment, both 343 Suppl, 85| of his ~condemnation or reward, he will not be cognizant 344 Suppl, 85| of the condemnation or ~reward of everyone else. Hence 345 Suppl, 86| repayment of punishment ~and reward (which is like the pronouncement 346 Suppl, 86| the poor ~as an accidental reward to judge others, even those 347 Suppl, 86| respect of the essential reward.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 348 Suppl, 86| as regards the ~essential reward. But nothing hinders an 349 Suppl, 86| nothing hinders an accidental reward from being ~bestowed on 350 Suppl, 86| duty of the good ~angels to reward the good, but this will 351 Suppl, 86| the cause of the principal reward ~in the elect, because all 352 Suppl, 86| bestowed on Christ as man, in ~reward for the humility which He 353 Suppl, 86| appoint ~to each one the reward corresponding to his merit. 354 Suppl, 86| effect of justice, while reward is ~the effect of mercy, 355 Suppl, 87| suffice us to obtain the reward of ~eternal life, without 356 Suppl, 87| that which is promised as a reward to the righteous is ~not 357 Suppl, 87| Now it is promised as a reward to the ~righteous that they 358 Suppl, 87| Christ's humanity will be a reward to the righteous, so will ~ 359 Suppl, 88| rational creature as a ~reward. Now where there is no merit, 360 Suppl, 88| no merit, there can be no reward. Since then ~insensible 361 Suppl, 89| pertaining to ~the accidental reward. But afterwards it will 362 Suppl, 90| bestowed on the good as a reward, so is ~unhappiness awarded 363 Suppl, 90| implies the notion of a reward: whereas mansion ~denotes 364 Suppl, 90| nothing pertaining to a reward. Therefore the various degrees 365 Suppl, 90| end and consequently of ~reward which is the end of merit.~ 366 Suppl, 90| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, reward is due to act and not to 367 Suppl, 90| lawfully." Now beatitude is a reward. Therefore the various ~ 368 Suppl, 90| demand the payment of a reward, ~except as informed by 369 Suppl, 90| not a merit to which a reward is due, it is none the less 370 Suppl, 90| relation to the essential reward which is joy in God, but ~ 371 Suppl, 90| relation to some accidental reward, which is joy in some created 372 Suppl, 92| of fortune: whereas the reward of the blessed will consist 373 Suppl, 93| differ from the essential reward?~(2) Whether they differ 374 Suppl, 93| the same as the essential reward which is called ~the aurea?~ 375 Suppl, 93| distinct from the essential ~reward which is called the "aurea." 376 Suppl, 93| aurea." For the essential reward is ~beatitude itself. Now 377 Suppl, 93| Therefore ~the essential reward includes every good possessed 378 Suppl, 93| commandments receive a greater reward than those ~who keep the 379 Suppl, 93| nor seemingly does their reward differ, ~except in one reward 380 Suppl, 93| reward differ, ~except in one reward being greater than another. 381 Suppl, 93| the aureole ~denotes the reward due to works of perfection 382 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, reward corresponds to merit. Now 383 Suppl, 93| seem ~that there will be no reward in heaven other than the " 384 Suppl, 93| blessed, there will be no reward other ~than that which is 385 Suppl, 93| aureole is not a distinct ~reward from the "aurea."~Aquin.: 386 Suppl, 93| OBJ 5: Further, a higher reward is due to higher merit. 387 Suppl, 93| aureole is not a ~distinct reward from the "aurea."~Aquin.: 388 Suppl, 93| answer that, Man's essential reward, which is his beatitude, 389 Suppl, 93| loved perfectly. Now this reward is called a ~"crown" or " 390 Suppl, 93| and with reference to the reward whereby in a way ~man is 391 Suppl, 93| like manner the accidental reward which is added to the essential 392 Suppl, 93| than it, the additional reward ~is called an "aureole." 393 Suppl, 93| ways to this ~essential reward which we call the "aurea." 394 Suppl, 93| due to it the essential reward, namely ~the attainment 395 Suppl, 93| it a kind of accidental reward which we call an ~"aureole": 396 Suppl, 93| affirm that the common reward, which is the "aurea," receives ~ 397 Suppl, 93| imply that the essential reward is any greater ~when it 398 Suppl, 93| aurea." Moreover, since reward ~corresponds to merit, a 399 Suppl, 93| merit, a more excellent reward must needs correspond to ~ 400 Suppl, 93| more excellent essential reward that is called an aureole, 401 Suppl, 93| is added to the essential reward without reference to the 402 Suppl, 93| reference to the essential ~reward of the possessor of an aureole 403 Suppl, 93| equal to the essential reward of one who has no aureole.~ 404 Suppl, 93| instrument. ~Wherefore in the reward also there is something 405 Suppl, 93| consequently no particular reward is ~found in anyone which 406 Suppl, 93| it is not given him as a reward for his ~victory, but regards 407 Suppl, 93| concerned. Wherefore the reward corresponding ~to merit 408 Suppl, 93| be, is greater than ~any reward corresponding to an action 409 Suppl, 93| Therefore the fruit is ~a reward common to virgins and martyrs. 410 Suppl, 93| is added to the essential reward is called an aureole, as 411 Suppl, 93| fruit is not the essential reward, for in that case it ~would 412 Suppl, 93| that we call fruit that reward which man acquires ~from 413 Suppl, 93| this life: and thus every reward which by our labors we ~ 414 Suppl, 93| matter, and since the body's reward depends on the soul's, these ~ 415 Suppl, 93| now, does not denote the reward common to martyrdom and ~ 416 Suppl, 93| sense, according as any reward is called a fruit, ~the 417 Suppl, 93| fruit thus denoting the reward due to any perfect works ~ 418 Suppl, 93| aureole is an accidental reward added to the ~essential 419 Suppl, 93| added to the ~essential reward, nevertheless not every 420 Suppl, 93| nevertheless not every accidental reward is an aureole, ~but only 421 Suppl, 93| that another accidental reward, which is called the ~fruit, 422 Suppl, 93| belongs ~to the essential reward which corresponds to all 423 Suppl, 93| answer that, A fruit is a reward due to a person in that 424 Suppl, 93| sense, according as any ~reward is called a fruit.~Aquin.: 425 Suppl, 93| fruit denotes a special reward. Now the reward assigned ~ 426 Suppl, 93| special reward. Now the reward assigned ~to virgins, widows, 427 Suppl, 93| persons is not a special reward, because ~all who are to 428 Suppl, 93| to hold that fruit is a reward that is ~not common to all 429 Suppl, 93| For not only the essential reward is ~common to all, but also 430 Suppl, 93| also a certain accidental reward, such as joy in those ~works 431 Suppl, 93| due but only the essential reward.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 432 Suppl, 93| difficulty in the work, a greater reward is ~due. Now widows have 433 Suppl, 93| pleasure, the greater their reward, and he is speaking in ~ 434 Suppl, 93| aureole which ~is the greatest reward is due to widows more than 435 Suppl, 93| OBJ 3: Further, a special reward is not due to that which 436 Suppl, 93| OBJ 4: Further, the same reward is not due to virginity 437 Suppl, 93| OBJ 5: Further, a special reward is not due to that which 438 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, reward is not given to that which 439 Suppl, 93| He goeth." Therefore the reward due to ~virginity is called 440 Suppl, 93| seem that some ~special reward is due to virginity, and 441 Suppl, 93| proper signification of a reward due ~to merit - although 442 Suppl, 93| Virgin has not an aureole in reward of her virginity, if we 443 Suppl, 93| and consequently a special reward is assigned ~to it.~Aquin.: 444 Suppl, 93| intercourse: wherefore no special reward would be ~given for such 445 Suppl, 93| she will receive a double reward, one for observing virginity, 446 Suppl, 93| martyrs. For an ~aureole is a reward given for works of supererogation, 447 Suppl, 93| rightly referred to the reward of those who by freely ~ 448 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A reward is due to martyrdom, not 449 Suppl, 93| and consequently a higher reward is due to him.~Aquin.: SMT 450 Suppl, 93| possibly attain to a higher reward, if we ~consider the root 451 Suppl, 93| will merit ~an essential reward equal to or greater than 452 Suppl, 93| due to doctors. For every ~reward to be had in the life to 453 Suppl, 93| He describes the peculiar reward which He has prepared for ~ 454 Suppl, 93| doctors will have a peculiar reward: and we call ~this an aureole.~ 455 Suppl, 93| life does not lessen the reward of the ~other life, except 456 Suppl, 93| others acquires ~thereby a reward for himself. Still, when 457 Suppl, 93| an aureole is due as the reward of ~most excellent merits. 458 Suppl, 93| Para. 2/2~Further, Christ's reward was never increased. Now 459 Suppl, 93| corresponding accidental reward in Christ is a negligible 460 Suppl, 93| greatness of His essential reward. Hence He has not ~an aureole 461 Suppl, 93| or to ~their essential reward. Wherefore the angels have 462 Suppl, 93| merits ~their essential reward: because it is necessary 463 Suppl, 93| body. For the ~essential reward is greater than the accidental. 464 Suppl, 93| belong to the essential reward are not only in the soul 465 Suppl, 93| pertains to the accidental ~reward.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 466 Suppl, 93| through the body. Therefore a reward both in soul and in body 467 Suppl, 93| soul. Therefore the whole reward should ~be in the soul.~ 468 Suppl, 93| the joy in ~the essential reward, which is the aurea, there 469 Suppl, 93| aureole is an exceptional reward corresponding to an ~exceptional 470 Suppl, 93| the broad sense for any reward given ~for excellent merit.~ 471 Suppl, 93| Therefore neither does the reward of virginity, the ~virgin' 472 Suppl, 93| is somewhat the cause of reward, rewards must ~needs be 473 Suppl, 93| martyrdom as to his essential reward, to receive a greater aureole 474 Suppl, 95| will not be a merit but a ~reward, and evil will in the damned 475 Suppl, 95| apply to the essential ~reward or to the principal punishment, 476 Suppl, 95| apply to the accidental ~reward, or secondary punishment, 477 Suppl, 96| OTC Para. 2/3~Further, as reward is to merit, so is punishment 478 Suppl, 96| Divine justice, an eternal reward is due to temporal merit: ~" 479 Appen1, 1| baptized ~children receive the reward of eternal life by virtue 480 Appen1, 2| respect of the ~essential reward, but there can be in respect 481 Appen1, 2| respect of some accidental reward, ~so long as man remains 482 Appen1, 2| charity which deserves the reward of heaven, will, after this 483 Appen2, 1| charity is to an eternal reward, so is mortal sin to ~eternal 484 Appen2, 1| charity go at ~once to their reward; and consequently no Purgatory 485 Appen2, 1| merciful is more inclined to reward ~good than to punish evil. 486 Appen2, 1| deserving of an eternal reward. Therefore ~since these 487 Appen2, 1| from God. Wherefore ~no reward after this life awaits him


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