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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, anger, joy and the like are passions 2 1, 20 | passions of the soul, as joy, love, and the like; and 3 1, 20 | evil; thus, for instance, ~joy is prior to sorrow, love 4 1, 20 | some special condition, as joy and delight regard ~good 5 1, 20 | called. Love, therefore, and joy and ~delight are passions; 6 1, 20 | passions, however, as love and joy, imply no ~imperfection. 7 1, 20 | imperfection, ~such as love and joy, can be properly predicated 8 1, 20 | you that there ~shall be joy in heaven upon the one sinner 9 1, 26 | iii, 10), He ~possesses joy in Himself and all things 10 1, 59 | OBJ 2: Further, love and joy are in the concupiscible; 11 1, 59 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Love and joy, in so far as they are passions, 12 1, 62 | predestination. Nevertheless the joy of the angels ~can be increased 13 1, 62 | There is [Vulg.'shall be'] ~joy before the angels of God 14 1, 62 | sinner doing penance." Such joy ~belongs to their accidental 15 1, 62 | the Blessed acquire such joy from the ~virtue of their 16 1, 64 | demons. For since ~sorrow and joy are opposites, they cannot 17 1, 64 | same ~subject. But there is joy in the demons: for Augustine 18 1, 64 | answer that, Fear, sorrow, joy, and the like, so far as 19 1, 64 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Joy and sorrow about the same 20 1, 64 | especially so far as sorrow ~and joy imply simple acts of the 21 1, 66 | habitual ~dwelling in light and joy."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 22 1, 75 | from the body; for anger, joy, and passions of a like 23 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, joy and sorrow are in the concupiscible 24 1, 77 | separate soul, sorrow and joy are not in the ~sensitive, 25 1, 60 | OBJ 2: Further, love and joy are in the concupiscible; 26 1, 60 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Love and joy, in so far as they are passions, 27 1, 63 | predestination. Nevertheless the joy of the angels ~can be increased 28 1, 63 | There is [Vulg.'shall be'] ~joy before the angels of God 29 1, 63 | sinner doing penance." Such joy ~belongs to their accidental 30 1, 63 | the Blessed acquire such joy from the ~virtue of their 31 1, 65 | demons. For since ~sorrow and joy are opposites, they cannot 32 1, 65 | same ~subject. But there is joy in the demons: for Augustine 33 1, 65 | answer that, Fear, sorrow, joy, and the like, so far as 34 1, 65 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Joy and sorrow about the same 35 1, 65 | especially so far as sorrow ~and joy imply simple acts of the 36 1, 67 | habitual ~dwelling in light and joy."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[66] A[ 37 1, 74 | from the body; for anger, joy, and passions of a like 38 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, joy and sorrow are in the concupiscible 39 1, 76 | separate soul, sorrow and joy are not in the ~sensitive, 40 1, 80 | vengeance, terminates in joy. For this reason also the ~ 41 1, 94 | what is good, as love and joy; others to what is evil, 42 1, 94 | regard present good, as joy and love; or which regard 43 1, 94 | only to sorrow, but also to joy; and fortitude, which relates 44 1, 112 | as sorrow is contrary to joy, so penance is contrary 45 1, 112 | reason for the angel's joy, namely the fulfilment of 46 2, 3 | 23) that happiness is ~"joy in truth," because, to wit, 47 2, 3 | truth," because, to wit, joy itself is the consummation 48 2, 4 | 23) that happiness is "joy ~in truth."~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 11 | of the Spirit is charity, joy, peace," and other like ~ 50 2, 11 | use joyfully, with ~the joy, not of hope, but of possession." 51 2, 11 | thing is not ~had, there is joy, not of possession, but 52 2, 20 | dearly ~beloved brethren, my joy and my crown." Therefore 53 2, 22 | properly a passion than joy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[22] A[ 54 2, 22 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, joy and love are said to be 55 2, 22 | Reply OBJ 3: When love and joy and the like are ascribed 56 2, 23 | emotions "which are followed by joy or ~sorrow." But joy and 57 2, 23 | by joy or ~sorrow." But joy and sorrow are in the concupiscible 58 2, 23 | concupiscible power; for instance, joy, ~sorrow, love, hatred, 59 2, 23 | faculty are followed by joy and sadness which are in 60 2, 23 | instance, love and hatred, ~joy and sorrow. Therefore the 61 2, 23 | it, as love, ~desire and joy; while every concupiscible 62 2, 23 | which repose belongs to joy, ~which is a passion of 63 2, 23 | On the contrary, Love and joy differ in species, and are 64 2, 23 | passion ~of "delight" or "joy"; the contrary of which, 65 2, 23 | hatred, desire and aversion, joy ~and sadness. In like manner 66 2, 24 | such as love, desire and joy: and that those passions, ~ 67 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, joy and sadness are concupiscible 68 2, 25 | concupiscible passions. But joy and ~sadness succeed to 69 2, 25 | belonging to ~repose, e.g. joy and sadness. But in the 70 2, 25 | faculty: thus hope precedes joy, and hence causes it, ~according 71 2, 25 | denoting ~rest, viz. either in joy or in sadness.~Aquin.: SMT 72 2, 25 | having and enjoying it, is joy." Therefore love is the ~ 73 2, 25 | concupiscence; and rest in good is joy or pleasure. Accordingly 74 2, 25 | This union ~belongs to joy or pleasure, which follows 75 2, 25 | this belongs to sadness or joy. As a matter ~of fact, the 76 2, 25 | fifth; sixth and ~last, joy and sadness, which follow 77 2, 25 | fear precedes daring; and joy precedes sadness, as ~may 78 2, 25 | four principal passions: joy, sadness, hope and ~fear?~ 79 2, 25 | OBJ 1: It would seem that joy, sadness, hope and fear 80 2, 25 | of ~intention; and thus joy and sadness, which are the 81 2, 25 | principal passion. Therefore joy and sadness, ~hope and fear 82 2, 25 | passions. ~Two of them, viz. joy and sadness, are said to 83 2, 25 | something ~present: so that joy relates to present good, 84 2, 26 | having and enjoying it, is joy; fleeing what is ~contrary 85 2, 26 | spoken of as being fear, joy, desire and sadness, ~not 86 2, 26 | there is rest which is ~"joy." Since, therefore, love 87 2, 30 | when present, it gives joy: in like ~manner, the evil 88 2, 30 | as sadness is contrary to joy, ~so is fear contrary to 89 2, 31 | Whether it differs from joy?~(4) Whether it is in the 90 2, 31 | seqq) reckons ~delight, joy, or gladness among the other 91 2, 31 | Whether delight differs from joy?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 92 2, 31 | is altogether the same as joy. Because ~the passions of 93 2, 31 | objects. But delight ~and joy have the same object, namely, 94 2, 31 | good obtained. Therefore joy is ~altogether the same 95 2, 31 | that of desire, ends in joy and delight. Therefore delight ~ 96 2, 31 | Therefore delight ~and joy are altogether the same.~ 97 2, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if joy differs from delight, it 98 2, 31 | to be untrue. Therefore joy does not differ from delight.~ 99 2, 31 | contrary, We do not speak of joy in irrational animals; whereas ~ 100 2, 31 | delight in them. Therefore joy is not the same as delight.~ 101 2, 31 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Joy, as Avicenna states (De 102 2, 31 | But we do not ~speak of joy except when delight follows 103 2, 31 | and so we do not ascribe ~joy to irrational animals, but 104 2, 31 | can also be the object of joy in rational beings. And ~ 105 2, 31 | not always the object of joy; since sometimes one feels ~ 106 2, 31 | to more things than does joy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[31] A[ 107 2, 31 | to concupiscence, while joy corresponds to ~desire, 108 2, 31 | in so far as the inward joy breaks forth from its bounds; 109 2, 31 | names seem to belong to joy; for we do not employ ~them 110 2, 31 | delight which is called joy, but not bodily delight.~ 111 2, 31 | xiv, ~6) that "desire and joy are nothing else but a volition 112 2, 31 | be that without which all joy is at an end. But such is 113 2, 31 | Tobias 5:12: ~"What manner of joy shall be to me, who sit 114 2, 31 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Joy, as stated above (A[3]), 115 2, 32 | whereas Thou art everlasting joy to Thyself, and some things ~ 116 2, 32 | iv.] that "oftentimes in joy we call to mind sad things . . . 117 2, 32 | are the more filled with joy and gladness": and again ~( 118 2, 32 | battle, ~so much the more joy will there be in the triumph."~ 119 2, 33 | contrary, In order to express joy, it is written (Is. 60:5): ~" 120 2, 34 | Thou shalt fill me with joy with Thy countenance; at 121 2, 35 | interior apprehension is called joy, as stated above ~(Q[31], 122 2, 35 | called pleasure but not joy; so ~too that pain which 123 2, 35 | is a species of pain, as joy is ~a species of pleasure.~ 124 2, 35 | sorrow, which is contrary to ~joy. So then if pain be taken 125 2, 35 | De Civ. Dei xiv, 6) that "joy is the ~volition of consent 126 2, 35 | cause of contraries. But joy ~for one thing, and sorrow 127 2, 35 | company any tediousness; but joy ~and gladness." Now the 128 2, 35 | agreeable by way of inward joy. Sometimes, however, outward 129 2, 37 | measure: such are love, joy, ~desire and the like; wherefore 130 2, 38 | laughter is an effect of joy. But laughter does not lessen 131 2, 38 | laughter does not lessen joy. Therefore ~tears do not 132 2, 38 | a pleasant thing adds to joy. Therefore it seems ~that 133 2, 38 | increases its like. ~Therefore joy is increased by laughter 134 2, 38 | and the other effects of joy: ~except they be excessive, 135 2, 38 | one ~has more exuberant joy, for they are kindled and 136 2, 38 | iii, 11. Therefore, since joy and sorrow ~are movements 137 2, 38 | My brethren, count it all joy, when you shall fall into ~ 138 2, 38 | of bodily ~tortures this joy is found; as the "martyr 139 2, 40 | respect, hope differs from joy which regards a present ~ 140 2, 59 | desire"; instead of mirth, "joy"; instead of fear, ~"caution." 141 2, 59 | stated in Ethic. i, 8. But joy is a passion. Therefore 142 2, 59 | passion. ~Nevertheless, joy results from the act of 143 2, 59 | not a passion. And if this joy be increased through ~the 144 2, 60 | terminate in the same end, viz. joy or sorrow, as we stated 145 2, 60 | to one another, such as joy and sorrow, fear ~and daring, 146 2, 68 | of love, of ~hope, and of joy. Now love, hope, and joy 147 2, 68 | joy. Now love, hope, and joy are passions condivided 148 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 4: Love, hope and joy have good for their object. 149 2, 68 | mercy, but fellowship of joy. Of fear he say that ~"it 150 2, 70 | the love of charity ~is joy: because every lover rejoices 151 2, 70 | the sequel of charity is "joy." Now the perfection of 152 2, 70 | Now the perfection of joy is ~peace in two respects. 153 2, 70 | with the object of his joy. Now peace implies these 154 2, 70 | Wherefore after charity and joy, "peace" is ~given the third 155 2, 70 | are reduced to charity, joy and peace. The reason why ~ 156 2, 70 | place is given ~to charity, joy, and peace: to which, fornication, 157 2, 70 | fornication: and to these the ~joy of tranquillity is opposed. 158 2, 101 | according to Is. 51:3: "Joy and ~gladness shall be found 159 2, 108 | but justice and peace and joy in the Holy Ghost." Therefore 160 2, 108 | righteousness, peace, and spiritual joy, all external acts that 161 2, 108 | righteousness, peace, and spiritual joy, are in ~opposition to the 162 2, 109 | a ~certain quickness and joy, in the same way that every 163 2, 112 | some, in order that the joy of ~safety may begin in 164 2, 113 | movements ~of our soul; joy is the soul's outpouring; 165 2, 8 | responds to it last of all is joy, which belongs to the will.~ 166 2, 9 | so is good the cause of joy. Now ~knowledge brings good 167 2, 9 | of truth; rather is there joy, since it ~is written (Wis. 168 2, 9 | company any tediousness, but joy and gladness." Therefore 169 2, 9 | goods do not cause spiritual joy, except in so far ~as they 170 2, 9 | proper cause of ~spiritual joy. Hence spiritual peace and 171 2, 9 | peace and the resulting joy correspond ~directly to 172 2, 17 | the contrary, Hope causes joy, according to Rm. 12:12, " 173 2, 17 | Now the damned have no joy, but sorrow and grief, according 174 2, 19 | sloth ~contrary to spiritual joy. But spiritual joy arises 175 2, 19 | spiritual joy. But spiritual joy arises from hope, according ~ 176 2, 19 | just as hope ~gives rise to joy, so, when a man is joyful 177 2, 19 | directly, ~hope gives birth to joy, while on the contrary despair 178 2, 22 | this applies rather ~to joy and peace. Therefore it 179 2, 22 | should be said rather of joy and peace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 180 2, 22 | rejoice ~about him, since joy results from love, as stated 181 2, 22 | reckoned a virtue, ~rather than joy, which is an effect of love. 182 2, 24 | rejoice in what gives them joy, but rather the contrary. 183 2, 24 | rejoice in what gives them joy, but so as to make them 184 2, 27 | 28] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF JOY (FOUR ARTICLES)~WE must 185 2, 27 | have to be considered: (1) Joy, ~(2) Peace, (3) Mercy.~ 186 2, 27 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether joy is an effect of charity?~( 187 2, 27 | 2) Whether this kind of joy is compatible with sorrow?~( 188 2, 27 | sorrow?~(3) Whether this joy can be full?~(4) Whether 189 2, 27 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether joy is effected in us by charity?~ 190 2, 27 | OBJ 1: It would seem that joy is not effected in us by 191 2, 27 | causes sorrow rather than joy. But God, Whom we ~love 192 2, 27 | sorrow in us rather than joy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[28] A[ 193 2, 27 | Therefore sorrow, rather than joy, ~is an effect of charity.~ 194 2, 27 | above ~(Q[17], A[6]). Now joy is the effect of hope, according 195 2, 27 | Who is given to us." But joy is ~caused in us by the 196 2, 27 | but justice and peace, and joy in the Holy ~Ghost." Therefore 197 2, 27 | Therefore charity is a cause of joy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[28] A[ 198 2, 27 | treating of the passions, joy and sorrow proceed from 199 2, 27 | but in ~contrary ways. For joy is caused by love, either 200 2, 27 | him." Therefore spiritual ~joy, which is about God, is 201 2, 27 | mourning, and this spiritual joy about God, since to ~rejoice 202 2, 27 | There can be spiritual joy about God in two ways. First, ~ 203 2, 27 | participated by us. The former joy is ~the better, and proceeds 204 2, 27 | chiefly: while the latter joy ~proceeds from hope also, 205 2, 27 | 1~Whether the spiritual joy, which results from charity, 206 2, 27 | seem that the spiritual joy that results from charity 207 2, 27 | with the truth." But this joy ~is compatible with an admixture 208 2, 27 | Therefore the ~spiritual joy of charity is compatible 209 2, 27 | charity. Therefore ~the joy of charity has an admixture 210 2, 27 | prolonged!" ~Therefore the joy of charity admits of a seasoning 211 2, 27 | 1/1~On the contrary, The joy of charity is joy about 212 2, 27 | contrary, The joy of charity is joy about the Divine wisdom. 213 2, 27 | Divine wisdom. Now ~such like joy has no admixture of sorrow, 214 2, 27 | bitterness." Therefore the joy of charity is ~incompatible 215 2, 27 | A[1], ad 3), a twofold joy in God arises ~from charity. 216 2, 27 | charity; and with ~this joy we rejoice in the Divine 217 2, 27 | considered in itself. This joy of ~charity is incompatible 218 2, 27 | Para. 2/2~The other is the joy of charity whereby we rejoice 219 2, 27 | wherefore, in this respect, the joy of charity is ~compatible 220 2, 27 | 1~Whether the spiritual joy which proceeds from charity, 221 2, 27 | seem that the spiritual joy which proceeds from charity ~ 222 2, 27 | in God, the more is our joy in ~Him filled. But we can 223 2, 27 | surpasses ~the creature's joy which is finite. Therefore 224 2, 27 | which is finite. Therefore joy in God can never be ~filled.~ 225 2, 27 | cannot be increased. But the joy, ~even of the blessed, can 226 2, 27 | be increased, since one's joy is greater than ~another' 227 2, 27 | than ~another's. Therefore joy in God cannot be filled 228 2, 27 | seems that no creature's joy in God can be filled.~Aquin.: 229 2, 27 | disciples (Jn. 15:11): "That My ~joy may be in you, and your 230 2, 27 | may be in you, and your joy may be filled."~Aquin.: 231 2, 27 | answer that, Fulness of joy can be understood in two 232 2, 27 | rejoice in it, and thus God's joy alone in ~Himself is filled, 233 2, 27 | goodness of God: but the joy of any creature must needs 234 2, 27 | finite. Secondly, fulness of joy may be understood on the 235 2, 27 | the one ~who rejoices. Now joy is compared to desire, as 236 2, 27 | no more movement. Hence joy is full, when ~there remains 237 2, 27 | our desires: so that the joy of the blessed is ~full 238 2, 27 | creature is capable of the joy condignly ~due to God, it 239 2, 27 | that this perfectly full joy is not taken into ~man, 240 2, 27 | 25:21: ~"Enter into the joy of thy Lord."~Aquin.: SMT 241 2, 27 | argument takes the fulness of joy in reference to the ~thing 242 2, 27 | others. Hence each one's joy will be full ~with regard 243 2, 27 | set at rest; yet ~one's joy will be greater than another' 244 2, 27 | just as we have ~said of joy. Wherefore the Apostle says ( 245 2, 27 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether joy is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 246 2, 27 | OBJ 1: It would seem that joy is a virtue. For vice is 247 2, 27 | sloth and ~envy. Therefore joy also should be accounted 248 2, 27 | which is ~"good," so also is joy. Now love and hope are reckoned 249 2, 27 | to be virtues. ~Therefore joy also should be reckoned 250 2, 27 | Lord always." Therefore joy is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 251 2, 27 | power, and that desire and joy follow from ~it. Hence the 252 2, 27 | takes its name, not from joy, nor from desire, ~but from 253 2, 27 | is called charity. Hence joy is not a virtue distinct ~ 254 2, 27 | namely charity, to which joy must be ~referred, as its 255 2, 27 | proceeds from love even as joy does, but hope adds, on ~ 256 2, 27 | virtue. ~On the other hand joy does not add to love any 257 2, 27 | OBJ 3: The Law prescribes joy, as being an act of charity, 258 2, 28 | also said in reference to ~joy (Q[28], A[4]).~Aquin.: SMT 259 2, 28 | and envy, in respect of joy, and ~dissension in respect 260 2, 28 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, joy and peace are not special 261 2, 28 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Joy and peace add nothing to 262 2, 32 | which are opposed to the joy of ~charity; (3) discord 263 2, 33 | the vices opposed to the joy of charity. This joy ~is 264 2, 33 | the joy of charity. This joy ~is either about the Divine 265 2, 33 | of sorrow, is opposed to ~joy. Now joy is not accounted 266 2, 33 | is opposed to ~joy. Now joy is not accounted one special 267 2, 33 | whereas sloth is opposed to joy. ~Therefore sloth is not 268 2, 33 | charity to have that spiritual joy ~whereby one rejoices in 269 2, 33 | proper effect of charity is joy in God, as ~stated above ( 270 2, 33 | thus those who find no joy in spiritual pleasures, ~ 271 2, 34 | tale-bearing, detraction, joy at our neighbor's misfortunes, 272 2, 34 | for his prosperity." For joy at our neighbor's misfortunes 273 2, 34 | do so, and then we have "joy at ~another's misfortune," 274 2, 34 | it. On the other hand, "joy at ~another's misfortune" 275 2, 34 | is envy, gives rise ~to joy in his evil. ~ 276 2, 42 | act of charity, but also joy, peace ~and beneficence. 277 2, 42 | given about each act - about joy (Phil. 4:4): "Rejoice in 278 2, 49 | goodness of ~love, desire and joy depends on the same, wherefore 279 2, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether joy is an effect of devotion? ~ 280 2, 80 | OBJ 1: It would seem that joy is not an effect of devotion. 281 2, 80 | Therefore delight or joy is not the effect of devotion.~ 282 2, 80 | rather ~than gladness or joy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[82] A[ 283 2, 80 | as laughter proceeds from joy, so tears and ~groans are 284 2, 80 | Therefore gladness or joy is not the effect of devotion.~ 285 2, 80 | devotion is the ~spiritual joy of the mind, though sorrow 286 2, 80 | of this consideration is joy, according to Ps. 76:4, " 287 2, 80 | one's own failings), and joy accidentally, namely, through ~ 288 2, 80 | direct effect of devotion is joy, while the secondary and 289 2, 80 | is something ~that causes joy, namely, God's loving-kindness 290 2, 80 | considers ~something that gives joy mixed with pain. Thus men 291 2, 86 | will, causes not sorrow but joy. Hence Augustine says ~( 292 2, 112 | so likewise, not without joy, because, as ~the Philosopher 293 2, 121 | the ~Spirit is charity, joy, peace," says that deeds 294 2, 145 | follows: "The will indicates joy and the fist anger. In vain ~ 295 2, 145 | be to the house of Judah, joy ~and gladness and great 296 2, 145 | so is there a fast "of joy." Now it is ~most becoming 297 2, 145 | Reply OBJ 3: The "fasting of joy" proceeds from the instigation 298 2, 145 | inconsistent with days of joy. For this reason fasting 299 2, 146 | gluttony, to wit, "unseemly joy, scurrility, uncleanness, 300 2, 146 | understanding." For unseemly joy ~results from every sin, 301 2, 146 | in this respect "unseemly joy" is reckoned, because all 302 2, 146 | passions are directed to joy or sorrow, as stated in 303 2, 146 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Joy in the act or end of sin 304 2, 146 | but the random riotous joy ~which is described as " 305 2, 147 | with ~moderation is the joy of the soul and the heart."~ 306 2, 150 | virgins alone sing, is their joy at having ~preserved integrity 307 2, 160 | pride [Douay: 'glory'], a joy unto generation and generation." 308 2, 166 | taketh hold of the end of joy," remarks: "A mourning ~ 309 2, 166 | laughter and inordinate ~joy in excessive play. Therefore 310 2, 178 | company any ~tediousness, but joy and gladness": and Gregory 311 2, 178 | battle, the greater the joy in the triumph." But there 312 2, 180 | is neither overcome with joy in ~the presence of temporal 313 2, 182 | or by suffering ~"with joy the being stripped of" their " 314 2, 184 | but justice and peace and joy ~in the Holy Ghost." Now 315 2, 185 | sorrow, but rather signs of joy; for our Lord said (Mt. 316 2, 185 | in times of festivity and joy they wear finer clothes. 317 3, 15 | Divine dispensation ~the joy of contemplation remained 318 3, 15 | three ~passions" - desire, joy, and fear - the Stoics held 319 3, 15 | for desire, ~will - for joy, delight - for fear, caution. 320 3, 15 | by another. Hence, as the joy of His mind in ~contemplation 321 3, 30 | from evil spirits. For if joy succeed fear, we should 322 3, 35 | contrary, there was much joy therein for that God-Man " 323 3, 35 | and shall rejoice with joy and praise."~Aquin.: SMT 324 3, 45 | contemplation of eternal joy, so that they might bear ~ 325 3, 46 | His Passion hindered the joy of fruition?~(9) The time 326 3, 46 | but rather of delight and joy, to ~the soul of Christ. 327 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The joy of fruition is not opposed 328 3, 46 | to the same. ~And so the joy of fruition can appertain 329 3, 46 | the soul is; whereas the joy of fruition (belongs to 330 3, 52 | delayed: still they had great joy from ~the very hope thereof, 331 3, 55 | shall rejoice; and your joy no man shall take from you."~ 332 3, 55 | the Passion, and out of joy was thinking of nothing 333 3, 57 | He had a ~certain kind of joy from such fittingness, not 334 3, 57 | He then began ~to derive joy from it when He ascended 335 3, 59 | good angels, such as the joy which they have at the salvation 336 3, 59 | 15:10: "There shall be joy before the angels of God 337 3, 80 | one received the Lord with joy, whereas the other said: ~' 338 3, 83 | this denotes spiritual joy; or in mournful offices 339 3, 83 | offertory," expressing the joy of the offerers, ~and the 340 3, 83 | I have seen with ~great joy Thy people which are here 341 3, 84 | Restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation, and strengthen 342 3, 84 | Reply OBJ 2: Of sorrow and joy we may speak in two ways: 343 3, 84 | part of the movement, for joy is with expansion [*Cf. 344 3, 84 | Secondly, we may speak of ~joy and sorrow as being simple 345 3, 84 | same respect, in which way joy and sorrow cannot be ~simultaneous, 346 3, 84 | If, on the other hand, joy and sorrow, ~understood 347 3, 84 | respects, ~in that case joy and sorrow are not contrary 348 3, 84 | very sorrow is a matter of ~joy. Hence Augustine says [* 349 3, 84 | altogether incompatible with joy, this would ~prevent the 350 3, 85 | of the same nature. But joy for the good one has done ~ 351 3, 85 | immediately, in the same way as joy for past ~good acts; but 352 3, 85 | concupiscible part, even as joy is. Therefore penance is 353 3, 89 | gains: so that there is more joy in heaven on ~their account, 354 3, 89 | acceptable to God and ~give joy to the saints, according 355 3, 89 | Yet he will have greater joy for the works he had done 356 3, 89 | subsequent ~charity: and this joy belongs to the accidental 357 Suppl, 2 | such as contrition is, ~but joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] A[3] 358 Suppl, 3 | considerable admixture ~of joy, because the contrite man 359 Suppl, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The joy which a penitent has for 360 Suppl, 3 | may well happen ~that this joy tempers the sorrow that 361 Suppl, 4 | is a hindrance to worldly joy, but ~not to the joy which 362 Suppl, 4 | worldly joy, but ~not to the joy which is about God, and 363 Suppl, 4 | Ecclesiasticus refer to worldly joy: and the ~Philosopher is 364 Suppl, 4 | of the ~fulness of their joy: those which are in hell, 365 Suppl, 4 | of it; but the fulness of joy in the Blessed excludes 366 Suppl, 5 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as inward joy redounds into the outward 367 Suppl, 69| to such places, gather joy or sorrow therefrom; and 368 Suppl, 69| one may have the greater joy in the common rejoicing 369 Suppl, 69| for ~us - that the common joy may make each one rejoice 370 Suppl, 69| compensated on account of the joy of each one being increased 371 Suppl, 69| increased by the ~common joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 372 Suppl, 69| place, is affected either by joy or by grief. Now this joy 373 Suppl, 69| joy or by grief. Now this joy or ~grief at being consigned 374 Suppl, 70| the sensitive part. But joy and ~sorrow, love and hatred, 375 Suppl, 70| 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Love, joy, sorrow, and the like, have 376 Suppl, 70| Ethic. vii, 14) that "God's joy is one simple delight."~ 377 Suppl, 71| this they had a ~certain joy, not real but imaginary, 378 Suppl, 71| punishment, as neither is the joy ~of the angels diminished 379 Suppl, 71| There is [Vulg.: 'shall be'] joy before the angels of God 380 Suppl, 71| penance." Therefore the joy of the saints in heaven ~ 381 Suppl, 71| joys be increased their joy is also ~increased formally, 382 Suppl, 71| formal aspect of the saints' joy, no matter what they rejoice 383 Suppl, 71| reward, consisting of their joy in God, would vary. Hence 384 Suppl, 71| the formal aspect of their joy, it does not follow that 385 Suppl, 71| does not follow that their joy is ~intensified, but that 386 Suppl, 71| increased; and in ~like manner joy increases through being 387 Suppl, 72| so filled with ~heavenly joy, that sorrow finds no place 388 Suppl, 72| They desire an increase of joy and ~the fellowship of the 389 Suppl, 78| resurrection there will be perfect joy in the ~blessed. Now such 390 Suppl, 78| the ~blessed. Now such a joy includes all pleasures, 391 Suppl, 79| increase their own and others' joy (Cf. TP, ~Q[54], A[4], ad 392 Suppl, 83| bodily pain, even as the joy of the saints will surpass 393 Suppl, 83| will surpass all present joy. ~Now in this life it sometimes 394 Suppl, 84| heaven will be so full of joy, that they will have no 395 Suppl, 86| angels will have an increased joy in the salvation of those 396 Suppl, 87| Godhead can be seen without joy?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 397 Suppl, 87| seen by the wicked without joy?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 398 Suppl, 87| seen by the wicked without ~joy. For there can be no doubt 399 Suppl, 87| possible to see it without joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 400 Suppl, 87| regards the intellect, whereas joy regards the ~affections. 401 Suppl, 87| see the Godhead without joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 402 Suppl, 87| in grief, it will give no joy but rather displeasure.~ 403 Suppl, 87| give them pain rather than joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 404 Suppl, 87| consists in seeing God. Now joy is essential to bliss. ~ 405 Suppl, 87| Godhead cannot be seen without joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 406 Suppl, 87| see the Godhead without joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 407 Suppl, 87| cannot be ~seen without joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 408 Suppl, 87| Godhead to be ~seen without joy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 409 Suppl, 88| sorrow to one of ~very great joy. But this is not in harmony 410 Suppl, 90| finite good. Therefore their joy after the resumption of 411 Suppl, 90| Now the greater extent of joy ~regards not a greater thing 412 Suppl, 90| but more things. Wherefore joy is increased ~in extent, 413 Suppl, 90| in ~comparison with the joy which referred to God. Moreover, 414 Suppl, 90| to the intensity of the joy that refers to God, in so 415 Suppl, 90| essential reward which is joy in God, but ~in relation 416 Suppl, 90| accidental reward, which is joy in some created good.~ 417 Suppl, 91| which will fill them with ~joy. And thus the Divine justice 418 Suppl, 91| the ~direct cause of the joy of the blessed: while the 419 Suppl, 91| brethren, count it ~all joy when you shall fall into 420 Suppl, 92| perfect vision, fruition, and joy. Now these ~are the dowries. 421 Suppl, 92| power, ~honor, security, joy": and consequently the aforesaid 422 Suppl, 92| Sufficiency which wealth offers, joy which ~pleasure offers, 423 Suppl, 92| the removal of ~evil, and "joy" as regards the attainment 424 Suppl, 92| the suitable good, as ~"joy," or of the perfect good, 425 Suppl, 93| the "aurea," a kind of joy, to wit, in the works one 426 Suppl, 93| signal victory: for this joy is distinct ~from the joy 427 Suppl, 93| joy is distinct ~from the joy in being united to God, 428 Suppl, 93| good his own. Yet this joy whereby one shares another' 429 Suppl, 93| whereby one shares another's joy cannot be ~called an aureole, 430 Suppl, 93| of the Spirit is charity, joy," ~etc. Nor again is this 431 Suppl, 93| aurea" consists in the joy one has in God, and ~the " 432 Suppl, 93| and ~the "aureole" in the joy one has in the perfection 433 Suppl, 93| fruit" consists in the joy that the worker has in his 434 Suppl, 93| are ~assigned, "charity, joy, peace," etc. (Gal. 5:22). 435 Suppl, 93| accidental reward, such as joy in those ~works without 436 Suppl, 93| its ~broad sense for any joy added to the essential joy 437 Suppl, 93| joy added to the essential joy of heaven, the aureole ~ 438 Suppl, 93| they will have a ~certain joy in their innocence and carnal 439 Suppl, 93| aureole is described as "joy in being conformed to ~Christ." 440 Suppl, 93| in the mind: since it is ~joy in the works to which an 441 Suppl, 93| due. But even as from the joy in ~the essential reward, 442 Suppl, 93| of the body, so from the joy ~in the aureole there results 443 Suppl, 94| the blessed a matter of joy, so will all the elements ~ 444 Suppl, 94| brightness will ~conduce to the joy of the blessed, and the 445 Suppl, 94| metaphorically. For just as the joy and happiness of good souls 446 Suppl, 94| sorrow is to the spirit, and joy (of spirit) is as lightness ( 447 Suppl, 94| a fitting place for the ~joy of the elect, so the lowest 448 Suppl, 95| be greater, ~even as the joy of the blessed is increased 449 Suppl, 95| to salvation, whereby the joy ~of the blessed angels is 450 Suppl, 95| but what is a matter of joy so there ~will be nothing 451 Suppl, 95| things known ~brings us joy, in some respect, either 452 Suppl, 96| signify being satiated with joy; Cf. Q[94], A[3]]. Gregory 453 Suppl, 96| give sorrow to none but joy to all.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[


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