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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | consequently wills some to be damned, as His ~justice exacts. 2 1, 64 | obstinacy of men who are damned (SP, Q[98], AA[1], 2).~Aquin.: 3 1, 64 | would wish others to be damned, who ~are saved. Consequently, 4 1, 65 | obstinacy of men who are damned (SP, Q[98], AA[1], 2).~Aquin.: 5 1, 65 | would wish others to be damned, who ~are saved. Consequently, 6 1, 99 | the case only with ~the damned. Wherefore neither would 7 2, 93 | both the blessed and the damned are under the eternal law.~~ 8 2, 94 | is in infants and in the damned who cannot act by ~it. Therefore 9 2, 10 | such like unbelievers are ~damned, it is on account of other 10 2, 12 | Whether blasphemy is in the damned?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] A[ 11 2, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned blaspheme?~Aquin.: SMT SS 12 2, 12 | It would seem that the damned do not blaspheme. Because 13 2, 12 | future punishment. But the damned are undergoing these punishments, 14 2, 12 | this life. Now many will be damned who were ~not blasphemous 15 2, 12 | whereas, in hell, ~the damned have no hope of escape, 16 2, 12 | in like manner, in the damned, evil is not ~demeritorious, 17 2, 17 | 3) Whether it is in the damned?~(4) Whether there is certainty 18 2, 17 | 1~Whether hope is in the damned?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 19 2, 17 | that there is hope in the damned. For the devil is ~damned 20 2, 17 | damned. For the devil is ~damned and prince of the damned, 21 2, 17 | damned and prince of the damned, according to Mt. 25:41: " 22 2, 17 | Therefore it seems that the damned have hope.~Aquin.: SMT SS 23 2, 17 | be in the devils and the damned, according to James ~2:19: " 24 2, 17 | hope also can be in the damned.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 25 2, 17 | it be." Now many who are damned, in this life hoped and 26 2, 17 | Rejoicing in ~hope." Now the damned have no joy, but sorrow 27 2, 17 | Therefore ~no hope is in the damned. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 28 2, 17 | of the punishment of the damned, it would not be truly penal ~ 29 2, 17 | the unhappy state of the damned, that they should know that 30 2, 17 | in the blessed or in ~the damned. On the other hand, hope 31 2, 17 | lifeless faith to be in the damned, but not ~hope, since the 32 2, 17 | OBJ 3: Lack of hope in the damned does not change their demerit, ~ 33 2, 19 | would be a sin also for the ~damned to despair. But this is 34 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The damned are outside the pale of 35 2, 64 | nearly every prince would be damned. Therefore in some cases 36 3, 49 | eternal ~damnation. But those damned in hell for their sins were 37 3, 68 | child should be eternally damned through dying without Baptism.~ 38 Suppl, 2 | the respect of which the damned will have the more ~motives 39 Suppl, 14| Church do not profit the damned in hell." Much less ~therefore 40 Suppl, 16| it remains even in the damned, ~and consequently the passion 41 Suppl, 69| same as the hell of the damned?~(6) Whether the limbo of 42 Suppl, 69| said in reference to the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 43 Suppl, 69| nor the punishments of the damned are increased. ~Therefore 44 Suppl, 69| occur sometimes to the ~damned, and that for man's instruction 45 Suppl, 69| between the saints and the damned, that the saints can appear ~ 46 Suppl, 69| the living, but not the damned; for even as the saints ~ 47 Suppl, 69| of the saints and of the damned on the other. For the ~good 48 Suppl, 69| of the saints or of the damned are ~sometimes actually 49 Suppl, 69| same as the hell of the damned?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 50 Suppl, 69| same as the hell of ~the damned. For Christ is said to have " 51 Suppl, 69| not to the hell of the damned, but to the ~limbo of the 52 Suppl, 69| he be in the hell of the damned, since he is not guilty 53 Suppl, 70| is the punishment of the damned. ~And yet we do not find 54 Suppl, 70| suffered by the souls ~of the damned are inflicted by a corporeal 55 Suppl, 70| which the ~bodies of the damned will be cast after the resurrection, 56 Suppl, 70| OBJ 8: The souls of the damned are never outside hell, 57 Suppl, 70| so the punishment of the damned is nowise diminished, if ~ 58 Suppl, 71| are in hell are said to be damned. Therefore suffrages ~profit 59 Suppl, 71| of kindness." Now all the damned come under ~that head. Therefore 60 Suppl, 71| three opinions about the damned. For some ~have said that 61 Suppl, 71| said that suffrages for the damned can be so multiplied that 62 Suppl, 71| remains for ever in the damned, their ~punishment will 63 Suppl, 71| that ~suffrages profit the damned not by diminishing or interrupting 64 Suppl, 71| wherefore since the guilt of the damned remains unchanged, it ~cannot 65 Suppl, 71| unreasonable. First, because the damned in hell are cut off from 66 Suppl, 71| with the unhappiness of the damned, ~wherefore their punishment 67 Suppl, 71| some, suffrages profit the damned, if it be said that they ~ 68 Suppl, 71| by withdrawing from ~the damned some matter of grief, which 69 Suppl, 71| applies especially ~to the damned - "the spirits of the departed 70 Suppl, 71| from above to some of the damned in spite of the general 71 Suppl, 71| suffrages profit not the damned, nor does the Church ~intend 72 Suppl, 71| consequently they were not damned in hell, and thus ~suffrages 73 Suppl, 71| evidently idolaters and damned. For we must needs say likewise 74 Suppl, 71| are in the hell of the ~damned, where there is no redemption 75 Suppl, 72| together to the place of the ~damned: so hell will not be cleansed, 76 Suppl, 72| judgment, it will act on the damned alone, since the good will 77 Suppl, 72| for the punishment of ~the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 78 Suppl, 72| beginning of the world for the ~damned; hence it is written (Mt. 79 Suppl, 72| add to the misery of the damned. Consequently ~it is not 80 Suppl, 72| added to the fire of the damned ~that was prepared from 81 Suppl, 83| WHICH THE BODIES OF THE DAMNED WILL RISE AGAIN (THREE ARTICLES)~ 82 Suppl, 83| which the bodies of the damned ~will rise again. Under 83 Suppl, 83| Whether the bodies of the damned will rise again with their ~ 84 Suppl, 83| Whether the bodies of the damned will rise again with their 85 Suppl, 83| seem that the bodies of the damned will rise again with ~their 86 Suppl, 83| be ~taken away from the damned, seeing that they will not 87 Suppl, 83| from ~the bodies of the damned at the resurrection, since 88 Suppl, 83| there will be nothing in the damned to lessen the sense of ~ 89 Suppl, 83| whole body. Therefore the damned will rise again without ~ 90 Suppl, 83| be in the bodies of the damned, ~since all bodies of both 91 Suppl, 83| remain in the bodies of the ~damned, because they consider that 92 Suppl, 83| consider that those who are damned are sentenced to ~utmost 93 Suppl, 83| sinner who is ~about to be damned may be burdened with less 94 Suppl, 83| which one who is about to be damned has not, ~while burdened 95 Suppl, 83| be in the ~bodies of the damned, while they will be removed 96 Suppl, 83| life. Hence although the ~damned are not pardoned their sins, 97 Suppl, 83| underlie the unhappiness of the damned, which ~good is the work 98 Suppl, 83| Whether the bodies of the damned will be incorruptible?~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 83| seem that the bodies of the damned will be corruptible. ~For 100 Suppl, 83| Now the bodies of the damned will be composed of the 101 Suppl, 83| Further, if the bodies of the damned will not be corruptible, ~ 102 Suppl, 83| not be withdrawn from the damned, since ~they are in the 103 Suppl, 83| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the damned will be punished with an 104 Suppl, 83| this way the bodies of the damned will be incorruptible. For 105 Suppl, 83| Hence the bodies ~of the damned will be incorruptible, and 106 Suppl, 83| incorruption in the bodies of the ~damned, but on account of the cessation 107 Suppl, 83| feel, without doubt the damned will continue ~to feel a 108 Suppl, 83| Whether the bodies of the damned will be impassible?~Aquin.: 109 Suppl, 83| seem that the bodies of the damned will be impassible. ~For, 110 Suppl, 83| Therefore ~if the bodies of the damned will be passible, and will 111 Suppl, 83| then the ~bodies of the damned are passive to the fire 112 Suppl, 83| Therefore if the bodies of the ~damned will be passible they will 113 Suppl, 83| therefore the bodies of the ~damned can, like the aforesaid 114 Suppl, 83| Further, if the bodies of the damned be passible, the pain ~resulting 115 Suppl, 83| manner the bodies of the damned will be punished; which 116 Suppl, 83| cause of the bodies of the damned not being ~consumed by fire 117 Suppl, 83| passion the bodies of the damned will be impassible even 118 Suppl, 83| passion the ~bodies of the damned will be passible. But the 119 Suppl, 83| as will the bodies of the damned, which for this reason are ~ 120 Suppl, 83| be in the bodies of the damned, as stated above.~Aquin.: 121 Suppl, 83| into the ~bodies of the damned; thus it is that the fire 122 Suppl, 83| assimilate the bodies ~of the damned to itself, without consuming 123 Suppl, 83| as do the bodies of ~the damned in hell. Nor does it follow 124 Suppl, 83| because the bodies of the ~damned suffer no corruption from 125 Suppl, 84| at the resurrection the damned will be to the good they ~ 126 Suppl, 84| committed. Now seemingly ~the damned after rising again will 127 Suppl, 84| and much more those of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[87] A[ 128 Suppl, 84| seen at one glance. Now the damned will ~consider their sins 129 Suppl, 84| Further, the intellect of the damned after the resurrection will ~ 130 Suppl, 84| Therefore neither will the damned be able then to see all ~ 131 Suppl, 84| But with regard to the damned, a difficulty presents ~ 132 Suppl, 85| of the ~world each of the damned is awarded his damnation, 133 Suppl, 85| completion of the number of ~damned to be punished, because 134 Suppl, 86| Judge's sentence on the damned?~(5) Whether all men will 135 Suppl, 86| sentence of the Judge on the damned?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 136 Suppl, 86| sentence of ~the Judge on the damned after the day of judgment. 137 Suppl, 86| beatitude. In like manner the damned will receive their ~principal 138 Suppl, 86| die in mortal sin ~will be damned, nevertheless since they 139 Suppl, 87| senses. Therefore ~since the damned have the intellect indisposed, 140 Suppl, 87| Accordingly the grief of the damned would be done away ~if they 141 Suppl, 87| indisposition which ~is in the damned does not remove the natural 142 Suppl, 88| Further, it is agreed that the damned will be in the earth. Yet ~ 143 Suppl, 89| Their relations with the damned; (4) Their gifts, which 144 Suppl, 91| OF THE SAINTS TOWARDS THE DAMNED (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 145 Suppl, 91| of the saints towards the damned. ~Under this head there 146 Suppl, 91| see the sufferings of the damned?~(2) Whether they pity them?~( 147 Suppl, 91| see the sufferings of the damned?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 148 Suppl, 91| see the ~sufferings of the damned. For the damned are more 149 Suppl, 91| sufferings of the damned. For the damned are more cut off from the ~ 150 Suppl, 91| see the sufferings of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 151 Suppl, 91| see the ~sufferings of the damned wherein there is extreme 152 Suppl, 91| perfectly the sufferings of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 153 Suppl, 91| to wayfarers and to the damned. Hence ~Gregory says (Moral. 154 Suppl, 91| pity the unhappiness of the damned?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 155 Suppl, 91| the unhappiness of the ~damned. For pity proceeds from 156 Suppl, 91| pity ~the sufferings of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 157 Suppl, 91| pity the afflictions of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 158 Suppl, 91| will have no pity on the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 159 Suppl, 91| cannot desire this for the damned, since it would be contrary 160 Suppl, 91| as though He pitied the damned ~except perhaps in punishing 161 Suppl, 91| in the unhappiness of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 162 Suppl, 91| in the afflictions of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 163 Suppl, 91| in the punishment of the ~damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 164 Suppl, 91| while the punishment of the ~damned will cause it indirectly.~ 165 Suppl, 94| OF THE PUNISHMENT OF THE DAMNED (SEVEN ARTICLES)~In due 166 Suppl, 94| things that concern the damned ~after the judgment: (1) 167 Suppl, 94| 1) The punishment of the damned, and the fire by ~which 168 Suppl, 94| and mercy in regard to the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] Out. 169 Suppl, 94| 1) Whether in hell the damned are tormented with the sole 170 Suppl, 94| 1/1~Whether in hell the damned are tormented by the sole 171 Suppl, 94| would seem that in hell the damned are tormented by the sole ~ 172 Suppl, 94| admit no respite in the damned. ~Therefore there will not 173 Suppl, 94| for the punishment of the damned: so that just as every ~ 174 Suppl, 94| conduce to the torture of the damned, according to Wis. 5:21, " 175 Suppl, 94| But the punishment of ~the damned is not directed to their 176 Suppl, 94| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The damned will pass from the most 177 Suppl, 94| Whether the worm of the damned is corporeal?~Aquin.: SMT 178 Suppl, 94| that the worm by which the damned are tormented is ~corporeal. 179 Suppl, 94| worm. Now the ~flesh of the damned will be tormented by a worm: " 180 Suppl, 94| in the punishment of the damned are explained ~in various 181 Suppl, 94| the worm ~ascribed to the damned must be understood to be 182 Suppl, 94| 1: The very souls of the damned are called their flesh for 183 Suppl, 94| spiritual sense: for then the damned would suffer no ~bodily 184 Suppl, 94| Whether the weeping of the damned will be corporeal?~Aquin.: 185 Suppl, 94| that the weeping of the damned will be corporeal. ~For 186 Suppl, 94| from the bodies of the ~damned, since nothing is restored 187 Suppl, 94| Therefore the ~weeping of the damned will not be corporeal.~Aquin.: 188 Suppl, 94| weeping cannot be in ~the damned, since after the day of 189 Suppl, 94| corporeal weeping to ~be in the damned. The other thing to be observed 190 Suppl, 94| will be possible in the damned after the resurrection: ~ 191 Suppl, 94| for the bodies of the damned will be tormented not only 192 Suppl, 94| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned are in material darkness?~ 193 Suppl, 94| It would seem that the damned are not in material darkness. 194 Suppl, 94| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the damned see their own punishment, 195 Suppl, 94| OBJ 3: Further, there the damned will have the power of sight 196 Suppl, 94| flame to the ~torment of the damned." Therefore the damned will 197 Suppl, 94| the damned." Therefore the damned will be in material darkness.~ 198 Suppl, 94| to the punishment of the damned have been decided ~above ( 199 Suppl, 94| utmost unhappiness of the damned. Wherefore accordingly both 200 Suppl, 94| the ~unhappiness of the damned. Now seeing is in itself 201 Suppl, 94| together of the ~bodies of the damned, which will so fill the 202 Suppl, 94| except the eyes of ~the damned, which will be darkened 203 Suppl, 94| whereby the bodies of the ~damned will be tormented will not 204 Suppl, 94| Further, the souls of the damned when severed from their 205 Suppl, 94| in the punishment of the damned there will be ~not only 206 Suppl, 94| torment the bodies of the damned after the resurrection is 207 Suppl, 94| how the souls ~of the damned are punished by this corporeal 208 Suppl, 94| Even as the bodies of the damned will be of the same ~species 209 Suppl, 94| For it is ~said of the damned (Job 18:18), "And God shall 210 Suppl, 94| Therefore the fire whereby the damned will be ~punished is not 211 Suppl, 94| judgment the bodies of all the damned ~will be tormented in hell. 212 Suppl, 94| since the multitude of the damned will be exceeding great, ~ 213 Suppl, 94| place for ~the sorrow of the damned. Nor does it signify that 214 Suppl, 94| admit the bodies of ~the damned: since hell is accounted 215 Suppl, 94| contain all the bodies of the damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[97] A[ 216 Suppl, 94| because the place due to ~the damned is other from that due to 217 Suppl, 95| WILL AND INTELLECT OF THE DAMNED (NINE ARTICLES)~We must 218 Suppl, 95| will and intellect of ~the damned. Under this head there are 219 Suppl, 95| every act of will in the damned is evil?~(2) Whether they 220 Suppl, 95| would wish others to be damned?~(5) Whether the wicked 221 Suppl, 95| every act of will in the damned is evil?~Aquin.: SMT XP 222 Suppl, 95| every act of will in the damned is evil. ~For according 223 Suppl, 95| Since, then, men who ~are damned are not worse off than the 224 Suppl, 95| involuntary." Therefore if the damned will anything, they will 225 Suppl, 95| itself good. Therefore the damned can have a good will.~Aquin.: 226 Suppl, 95| 3: Further, some will be damned who, while in this world, 227 Suppl, 95| the will in some of the ~damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 228 Suppl, 95| to evil. ~Now men who are damned will be obstinate even as 229 Suppl, 95| Further, as the will of the damned is in relation to evil, ~ 230 Suppl, 95| Neither therefore have the damned any good will.~Aquin.: SMT 231 Suppl, 95| may be considered in the damned, namely ~the deliberate 232 Suppl, 95| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned repent of the evil they 233 Suppl, 95| It would seem that the damned never repent of the evil 234 Suppl, 95| Libero Arbitrio ix] that "the damned ever consent to the evil ~ 235 Suppl, 95| is a good will. But the ~damned will never have a good will. 236 Suppl, 95| good will. Therefore the damned will never wish ~they had 237 Suppl, 95| 64], A[2]]. Therefore the damned ~also cannot repent of the 238 Suppl, 95| Further, the wickedness of the damned in hell will be greater ~ 239 Suppl, 95| contrary, It is said of the damned (Wis. 5:3): "Repenting within ~ 240 Suppl, 95| pleasure." Therefore the damned, being most wicked, repent 241 Suppl, 95| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The damned will wickedness, but shun 242 Suppl, 95| will be possible for the damned to repent of their sins ~ 243 Suppl, 95| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned by right and deliberate 244 Suppl, 95| seem impossible for the damned, by right and deliberate ~ 245 Suppl, 95| be more ~desirable to the damned than "to be."~Aquin.: SMT 246 Suppl, 95| the unhappiness of the damned surpasses all unhappiness 247 Suppl, 95| to be" desirable to the ~damned according to their deliberate 248 Suppl, 95| way it is better for the ~damned not to be than to be unhappy. 249 Suppl, 95| evilly." In this sense the damned can ~prefer "not to be" 250 Suppl, 95| 1/1~Whether in hell the damned would wish others were damned 251 Suppl, 95| damned would wish others were damned who are not ~damned?~Aquin.: 252 Suppl, 95| were damned who are not ~damned?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 253 Suppl, 95| would seem that in hell the damned would not wish others were ~ 254 Suppl, 95| would not wish others were ~damned who are not damned. For 255 Suppl, 95| were ~damned who are not damned. For it is said (Lk. 16: 256 Suppl, 95| in like manner the other damned would not wish, at ~least 257 Suppl, 95| friends in the flesh to be damned in hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP 258 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the damned are not deprived of their 259 Suppl, 95| affections. Now some of the damned loved inordinately some 260 Suppl, 95| inordinately some who are not ~damned. Therefore they would not 261 Suppl, 95| i.e. that they should ~be damned. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 262 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the damned do not desire the increase 263 Suppl, 95| punishment. Now if more were damned, their punishment would 264 Suppl, 95| their ~number. Therefore the damned desire not the damnation 265 Suppl, 95| envy reigns supreme in the damned. Therefore they grieve for ~ 266 Suppl, 95| perfect charity, so in the damned there will be the most perfect 267 Suppl, 95| in all goods, so will the damned ~grieve for all goods. Consequently 268 Suppl, 95| will wish all the good were damned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 269 Suppl, 95| will be the envy of the damned that they will envy ~the 270 Suppl, 95| if all their kindred were damned, and others ~saved, than 271 Suppl, 95| that his brethren ~were damned as well as all the rest.~ 272 Suppl, 95| Ethic. ix, 4). Hence the ~damned will not preserve their 273 Suppl, 95| increase in the number of the damned results in ~an increase 274 Suppl, 95| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned hate God?~Aquin.: SMT XP 275 Suppl, 95| It would seem that the damned do not hate God. For, according 276 Suppl, 95| effects, as by us and by the damned. ~Since, then, He is goodness 277 Suppl, 95| effects. Therefore the ~damned, perceiving God in His punishment, 278 Suppl, 95| rendered perverse in the damned, by that which is added ~ 279 Suppl, 95| argument would prove if the damned saw God in Himself, ~as 280 Suppl, 95| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned demerit?~Aquin.: SMT XP 281 Suppl, 95| It would seem that the damned demerit. For the damned 282 Suppl, 95| damned demerit. For the damned have an ~evil will, as stated 283 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the damned are on the same footing 284 Suppl, 95| 3:14,15). Therefore the ~damned also demerit.~Aquin.: SMT 285 Suppl, 95| drunk (Ethic. iii). Now the damned ~were themselves the cause 286 Suppl, 95| the perverse will of the damned proceeds from their ~obstinacy 287 Suppl, 95| the perverse will of the ~damned is not a fault whereby they 288 Suppl, 95| in good or evil. Now the damned, especially after the ~judgment 289 Suppl, 95| after the judgment day the damned will not ~demerit by their 290 Suppl, 95| distinction between the damned before the ~judgment day 291 Suppl, 95| reward, and evil will in the damned will be not a demerit but 292 Suppl, 95| the good ~merit and the damned demerit. But this cannot 293 Suppl, 95| the result being that the damned are ~incapable of demerit. 294 Suppl, 95| Reply OBJ 2: Men who are damned are not occupied in drawing 295 Suppl, 95| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned can make use of the knowledge 296 Suppl, 95| It would seem that the damned are unable to make use of 297 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the damned suffer greater pains than 298 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the damned are subject to time. But " 299 Suppl, 95| iv, 13). Therefore the damned ~will forget what they knew 300 Suppl, 95| to the rich man who was damned (Lk. 16:25): ~"Remember 301 Suppl, 95| will be nothing in the damned but what is a matter and 302 Suppl, 95| perfectly. Accordingly, in the damned there ~will be actual consideration 303 Suppl, 95| and for which they were damned, ~and the delightful goods 304 Suppl, 95| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned will ever think of God?~ 305 Suppl, 95| It would seem that the damned will sometimes think of 306 Suppl, 95| think about it. Now the ~damned will hate God, as stated 307 Suppl, 95| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the damned will have remorse of conscience. 308 Suppl, 95| about ~God: whereas the damned will be in a state of the 309 Suppl, 95| without delight, so that the damned will by no means think of 310 Suppl, 95| so that in this way the damned will ~think of God.~Aquin.: 311 Suppl, 95| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The damned do not hate God except because 312 Suppl, 95| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the damned see the glory of the blessed?~ 313 Suppl, 95| It would seem that the damned do not see the glory of 314 Suppl, 95| is never granted to the damned. Now it was granted as a 315 Suppl, 95| Cor. 12). Therefore the damned will not see the glory of 316 Suppl, 95| 1/1~I answer that, The damned, before the judgment day, 317 Suppl, 95| not, if seen, torment the ~damned in hell as the sight of 318 Suppl, 95| here are not shown to the damned in the same way as ~the 319 Suppl, 95| life to come. Not so the damned; ~wherefore the comparison 320 Suppl, 96| AND JUSTICE TOWARDS THE DAMNED (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 321 Suppl, 96| justice and mercy towards the damned: under ~which head there 322 Suppl, 96| mercy all punishment of the damned, both men and demons, ~comes 323 Suppl, 96| mercy all punishment of the damned, ~both men and demons, comes 324 Suppl, 96| demons and the souls ~of the damned are to be delivered at length 325 Suppl, 96| as do the demons and the damned who are obstinate in wickedness. 326 Suppl, 96| men or ~all angels to be damned. But there is no reason 327 Suppl, 96| for their enemies who are damned. But the ~prayers of the 328 Suppl, 96| will in time ~deliver the damned from their punishment.~Aquin.: 329 Suppl, 96| of the punishment of the damned ~belongs to the prophecy 330 Suppl, 96| elect conjointly with ~the damned: "These shall go into everlasting 331 Suppl, 96| that the punishment ~of the damned will ever come to an end.~ 332 Suppl, 96| thus the punishment of the damned will have no end.~Aquin.: 333 Suppl, 96| since the merits of the damned cannot be ~changed, the 334 Suppl, 96| be referred also to the damned. Hence the ~Psalm does not 335 Suppl, 96| Lord's ~discussion with the damned and the elect. But this 336 Appen1, 1| punishment suffered by the damned: "Because there is a mean 337 Appen1, 1| sorrow of this kind in the damned ~is the worm of conscience. 338 Appen1, 1| the use of free-will, are damned for ~actual sin, there was 339 Appen1, 2| case the ~punishment of the damned would be milder after the 340 Appen1, 2| pains, and deem themselves damned. But ~this is false, for 341 Appen1, 2| the fire with which the damned will be punished for ever, 342 Appen1, 2| with mortal sin, he is ~damned and incapable of being forgiven; 343 Appen2, 1| life in those who ~will be damned, neither should those evil 344 Appen2, 1| souls are cleansed, and the damned ~punished?~Aquin.: SMT XP 345 Appen2, 1| souls are ~cleansed and the damned punished. For the punishment 346 Appen2, 1| For the punishment of the damned is ~eternal, according to 347 Appen2, 1| fire which torments the damned in hell and cleanses ~the 348 Appen2, 1| Purgatory; although the damned being lower in merit, are


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