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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | 3) Whatever concerns the procession of ~creatures from Him.~ 2 1, 3 | essence; by length, the procession of His all-pervading power; 3 1, 9 | is ~said to be a kind of procession and movement of the divine 4 1, 9 | expounds the matter, that every procession of the divine manifestation ~ 5 1, 13 | But what expresses the ~procession of anything, does not signify 6 1, 13 | according to each kind of procession; but nevertheless these 7 1, 13 | not imposed to signify the procession themselves, as if when we 8 1, 15 | ingenerability, ~generation, and procession." Ideas therefore are not 9 1, 27 | TRINITY (QQ[27]-43)~THE PROCESSION OF THE DIVINE PERSONS (FIVE 10 1, 27 | the question of origin or procession; secondly, the ~relations 11 1, 27 | Out. Para. 2/2~Concerning procession there are five points of 12 1, 27 | inquiry:~(1) Whether there is procession in God?~(2) Whether any 13 1, 27 | in God?~(2) Whether any procession in God can be called generation?~( 14 1, 27 | Whether there can be any other procession in God besides generation.~( 15 1, 27 | 4) Whether that other procession can be called generation?~( 16 1, 27 | Para. 1/1~Whether there is procession in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 27 | that there cannot be any procession in God. For ~procession 18 1, 27 | procession in God. For ~procession signifies outward movement. 19 1, 27 | Therefore neither is there procession in ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 20 1, 27 | Therefore in God there is no procession.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 21 1, 27 | Therefore in God there is no procession.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 22 1, 27 | God, names which ~signify procession. This procession has been 23 1, 27 | signify procession. This procession has been differently understood. 24 1, 27 | prerogative. Others take this procession to mean the cause ~proceeding 25 1, 27 | of these ~opinions take procession as meaning an outward act; 26 1, 27 | neither of them ~affirms procession as existing in God Himself; 27 1, 27 | Himself; whereas, since procession ~always supposes action, 28 1, 27 | and as there is an outward procession ~corresponding to the act 29 1, 27 | there must be an ~inward procession corresponding to the act 30 1, 27 | representation of divine objects. Procession, therefore, is not to be ~ 31 1, 27 | Catholic Faith understands procession as existing in God.~Aquin.: 32 1, 27 | objection comes from the idea of procession in the ~sense of local motion, 33 1, 27 | exterior effect; which kind of procession does not exist in God, as 34 1, 27 | proceeds by way of outward procession is ~necessarily distinct 35 1, 27 | within by an intelligible procession is not necessarily ~distinct; 36 1, 27 | an intimate and uniform procession by way of an ~intelligible 37 1, 27 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any procession in God can be called generation?~ 38 1, 27 | 1: It would seem that no procession in God can be called generation. ~ 39 1, 27 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, procession exists in God, according 40 1, 27 | 1/1~I answer that, The procession of the Word in God is called 41 1, 27 | that there ~should be a procession by way of similitude in 42 1, 27 | from potentiality to act, ~procession (if found in such a being) 43 1, 27 | things. So in this manner the procession of the Word in God is ~generation; 44 1, 27 | Q[14], A[4]). Hence the procession of the Word in God is called ~ 45 1, 27 | in order to signify the procession of ~the divine Wisdom, namely, 46 1, 27 | Para. 1/1~Whether any other procession exists in God besides that 47 1, 27 | would seem that no other procession exists in God besides the ~ 48 1, 27 | reason we admit another ~procession, we should be led to admit 49 1, 27 | that there exists only one procession in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 50 1, 27 | diversity from ~their terms. But procession in God is only by way of 51 1, 27 | it follows that only one procession exists in God.~Aquin.: SMT 52 1, 27 | 3: Further, if any other procession but the intelligible procession ~ 53 1, 27 | procession but the intelligible procession ~of the Word existed in 54 1, 27 | God, it could only be the procession of love, ~which is by the 55 1, 27 | of the will. But such a procession is ~identified with the 56 1, 27 | identified with the intelligible procession of the intellect, inasmuch 57 1, 27 | in ~God there is no other procession but the procession of the 58 1, 27 | other procession but the procession of the Word.~Aquin.: SMT 59 1, 27 | Therefore in ~God another procession exists besides the procession 60 1, 27 | procession exists besides the procession of the Word.~Aquin.: SMT 61 1, 27 | processions in God; the procession of the ~Word, and another.~ 62 1, 27 | whereof we must observe that procession exists in God, only ~according 63 1, 27 | intellect, and of the will. The procession of the Word is by ~way of 64 1, 27 | ourselves involves also another procession, that of love, whereby the ~ 65 1, 27 | agent. Hence, ~besides the procession of the Word in God, there 66 1, 27 | there exists in Him another ~procession called the procession of 67 1, 27 | another ~procession called the procession of love.~Aquin.: SMT FP 68 1, 27 | divine ~processions; for the procession which is accomplished within 69 1, 27 | nature terminates in the procession of the will.~Aquin.: SMT 70 1, 27 | is ~communicated by every procession which is not outward, and 71 1, 27 | a certain order. For the procession ~of love occurs in due order 72 1, 27 | due order as regards the procession of the Word; since ~nothing 73 1, 27 | distinction of order ~between the procession of love and the procession 74 1, 27 | procession of love and the procession of the Word in God.~Aquin.: 75 1, 27 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the procession of love in God is generation?~ 76 1, 27 | It would seem that the procession of love in God is generation. ~ 77 1, 27 | and would be an external procession. Therefore what ~proceeds 78 1, 27 | genus. So if ~there is a procession of love in God, there ought 79 1, 27 | besides this common name of procession. But no other name is applicable ~ 80 1, 27 | generation. Therefore the procession of love in God is generation.~ 81 1, 27 | 1/2~I answer that, The procession of love in God ought not 82 1, 27 | thing willed. Thus the procession of the intellect is by way 83 1, 27 | its ~own like; whereas the procession of the will is not by way 84 1, 27 | proper notion of this or that procession, by which one procession 85 1, 27 | procession, by which one procession is ~distinguished from another, 86 1, 27 | proper notion of this or that procession must be taken from the order 87 1, 27 | taken from the order of ~one procession to another; which order 88 1, 27 | and intellect. Hence, each procession in God takes its name from 89 1, 27 | communication of nature, ~procession in God has no proper or 90 1, 27 | of ~generation. Hence the procession which is not generation 91 1, 27 | spiration, as it is the ~procession of the Spirit.~Aquin.: SMT 92 1, 27 | there must ~also be a third procession of power.~Aquin.: SMT FP 93 1, 27 | the greatest principle of ~procession, since goodness is diffusive 94 1, 27 | Therefore there must ~be a procession of goodness in God.~Aquin.: 95 1, 27 | us there is not only one procession of the word, but there are ~ 96 1, 27 | It follows that no other procession is possible in God but ~ 97 1, 27 | possible in God but ~the procession of the Word, and of Love.~ 98 1, 27 | power ~does not imply the procession of a divine person; but 99 1, 27 | but is indicated by the ~procession therefrom of creatures.~ 100 1, 27 | there cannot exist in Him a procession of Word from ~Word, nor 101 1, 28 | proceeding and the source ~of procession, agree in the same order; 102 1, 28 | opposed ~according to the procession of one from another.~Aquin.: 103 1, 28 | filiation, ~spiration, and procession?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[28] A[ 104 1, 28 | filiation, spiration and procession. For it must ~be observed 105 1, 28 | coming from the ~intelligible procession of the Word. But intelligible 106 1, 28 | according to any extrinsic procession, ~forasmuch as the relations 107 1, 28 | action of ~the intellect, the procession of the Word; and the other 108 1, 28 | action ~of the will, the procession of love. In respect of each 109 1, 28 | the principle Himself. The procession of the Word is called generation 110 1, 28 | called filiation. But the procession of Love has no proper ~name 111 1, 28 | of the principle of this ~procession is called spiration; and 112 1, 28 | person proceeding ~is called procession: although these two names 113 1, 30 | common spiration, and ~procession. Therefore there are four 114 1, 30 | other to the other. Now, ~procession cannot belong to the Father 115 1, 30 | it would follows that the procession of the intellect, which 116 1, 30 | derived, would ~issue from the procession of love, whence spiration 117 1, 30 | love, whence spiration and procession are ~derived, if the person 118 1, 30 | and consequently ~that procession belongs to the other person 119 1, 30 | paternity, filiation, and procession - are called personal ~properties, 120 1, 30 | is the person of the Son, procession is ~the person of the Holy 121 1, 30 | explained (Q[27], A[3]), the procession of the ~divine Word is the 122 1, 30 | divine; and therefore the ~procession of love is not called generation 123 1, 32 | generation of the Son and procession of the Holy Ghost seem to 124 1, 32 | Himself infinitely in the procession of the divine persons; ~ 125 1, 32 | trinity of persons by the procession of the ~word and of love 126 1, 32 | origin of generation and procession (Q[30], A[2]). ~Since, therefore, 127 1, 32 | paternity, ~filiation, and procession, according to the Apostle' 128 1, 32 | generation of the Son, or to the ~procession of the Holy Ghost, but to 129 1, 32 | say that in Him there is a procession of love, we ~show that God 130 1, 32 | others; thus He is known by "procession"; but not by the fact that ~ 131 1, 32 | paternity," ~"filiation," and "procession." Of these only four are 132 1, 32 | paternity," ~"filiation," and "procession." "Common spiration" and " 133 1, 33 | Who is from another by ~procession, as a subsisting person; 134 1, 33 | than ~by the removal of the procession of the Holy Ghost; both 135 1, 33 | Ghost; both because the ~procession of the Holy Ghost has no 136 1, 33 | does not proceed by the procession of the Holy ~Ghost, because 137 1, 34 | called the Son; and this ~procession is called generation, as 138 1, 35 | sign. Now whatever imports procession or origin in God, belongs 139 1, 35 | Holy Ghost, although by His procession He receives the nature of 140 1, 36 | God, one of these, the ~procession of love, has no proper name 141 1, 36 | also which follow from this procession ~are without a name (Q[28], 142 1, 36 | when ~we use the names of procession and spiration, which in 143 1, 36 | one by Birth, the other by Procession, so that they are ~thus 144 1, 36 | Furthermore, the order of the procession of each one agrees with 145 1, 36 | themselves recognize that the procession of the ~Holy Ghost has some 146 1, 36 | convince anyone that the word procession is the one most commonly ~ 147 1, 36 | proceeds; and thus the ~procession of the Holy Ghost is not 148 1, 36 | this example of a ~material procession is inept to signify the 149 1, 36 | to signify the immaterial procession of the ~divine persons.~ 150 1, 36 | begetting the Son), so the ~procession of the Holy Ghost is co-eternal 151 1, 37 | intellect, which is ~the procession of the Word, and another 152 1, 37 | the will, which is the ~procession of Love; forasmuch as the 153 1, 37 | considerations as regards that procession, but not as regards the ~ 154 1, 37 | but not as regards the ~procession of the will. Hence, we are 155 1, 37 | relations following from this ~procession which are called "procession" 156 1, 37 | procession which are called "procession" and "spiration," as stated ~ 157 1, 37 | them in respect of each procession simply. For as when a thing 158 1, 37 | are ~used to express the procession of the intellectual conception - 159 1, 38 | Holy Ghost - that is, His procession.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 160 1, 39 | They proceed by a natural procession, which seems more to belong 161 1, 40 | filiation is the Son, and procession is the Holy Ghost. But the ~ 162 1, 40 | attributed to the Son, and procession to the Holy Ghost. For, ~ 163 1, 41 | origin in God regards the ~procession of person from person; wherefore 164 1, 41 | actions as to designate the procession of ~something distinct from 165 1, 42 | Serm. 38), no mode of ~the procession of any creature perfectly 166 1, 42 | Yet, above them all the procession of the word ~from the intellect 167 1, 42 | also, it is ~clear that the procession of the intelligible word 168 1, 42 | by mode of the ~interior procession whereby the word emerges 169 1, 43 | implies a certain kind of ~procession of the one sent from the 170 1, 43 | meaning in one way the procession of origin from the sender, 171 1, 43 | one sent, when it means ~procession from the sender as principle, 172 1, 43 | however, it means only procession of origin, which is according 173 1, 43 | Further, mission implies procession. But the procession of the ~ 174 1, 43 | implies procession. But the procession of the ~divine persons is 175 1, 43 | relation to the principle, as "procession" and "going forth." Others ~ 176 1, 43 | Others ~express the term of procession together with the relation 177 1, 43 | for generation is the procession of the divine person into ~ 178 1, 43 | passive spiration is the procession of the ~subsisting love. 179 1, 43 | exclusively eternal; whereas ~"procession" and "giving," in God, have 180 1, 43 | Mission signifies not only procession from the principle, ~but 181 1, 43 | the temporal term of the procession. Hence mission is ~only 182 1, 43 | it includes the eternal procession, ~with the addition of a 183 1, 43 | must be eternal. Hence the procession may be ~called a twin procession, 184 1, 43 | procession may be ~called a twin procession, eternal and temporal, not 185 1, 43 | But mission is a ~temporal procession. Since then the creature' 186 1, 43 | very idea of mission means procession from another, ~and in God 187 1, 43 | another, ~and in God it means procession according to origin, as 188 1, 43 | OBJ 3: Mission, meaning procession from the sender, includes 189 1, 43 | of the divine person is a procession, as ~expounded above (AA[ 190 1, 43 | above (AA[1],4). But the procession of the Son and of the Holy ~ 191 1, 43 | generation is ~distinguished from procession. If we consider mission 192 1, 44 | CREATION (QQ 44-49)~~THE PROCESSION OF CREATURES FROM GOD, AND 193 1, 44 | ARTICLES)~After treating of the procession of the divine persons, we 194 1, 44 | persons, we must consider ~the procession of creatures from God. This 195 1, 44 | beings; (2) the mode of procession of creatures from the first 196 1, 45 | what is imperfect. But the procession of the divine Person is ~ 197 1, 45 | Person is ~prior to the procession of the creature: and is 198 1, 45 | to the nature of their ~procession, have a causality respecting 199 1, 37 | intellect, which is ~the procession of the Word, and another 200 1, 37 | the will, which is the ~procession of Love; forasmuch as the 201 1, 37 | considerations as regards that procession, but not as regards the ~ 202 1, 37 | but not as regards the ~procession of the will. Hence, we are 203 1, 37 | relations following from this ~procession which are called "procession" 204 1, 37 | procession which are called "procession" and "spiration," as stated ~ 205 1, 37 | them in respect of each procession simply. For as when a thing 206 1, 37 | are ~used to express the procession of the intellectual conception - 207 1, 38 | Holy Ghost - that is, His procession.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 208 1, 39 | They proceed by a natural procession, which seems more to belong 209 1, 40 | filiation is the Son, and procession is the Holy Ghost. But the ~ 210 1, 40 | attributed to the Son, and procession to the Holy Ghost. For, ~ 211 1, 41 | origin in God regards the ~procession of person from person; wherefore 212 1, 41 | actions as to designate the procession of ~something distinct from 213 1, 42 | Serm. 38), no mode of ~the procession of any creature perfectly 214 1, 42 | Yet, above them all the procession of the word ~from the intellect 215 1, 42 | also, it is ~clear that the procession of the intelligible word 216 1, 42 | by mode of the ~interior procession whereby the word emerges 217 1, 43 | implies a certain kind of ~procession of the one sent from the 218 1, 43 | meaning in one way the procession of origin from the sender, 219 1, 43 | one sent, when it means ~procession from the sender as principle, 220 1, 43 | however, it means only procession of origin, which is according 221 1, 43 | Further, mission implies procession. But the procession of the ~ 222 1, 43 | implies procession. But the procession of the ~divine persons is 223 1, 43 | relation to the principle, as "procession" and "going forth." Others ~ 224 1, 43 | Others ~express the term of procession together with the relation 225 1, 43 | for generation is the procession of the divine person into ~ 226 1, 43 | passive spiration is the procession of the ~subsisting love. 227 1, 43 | exclusively eternal; whereas ~"procession" and "giving," in God, have 228 1, 43 | Mission signifies not only procession from the principle, ~but 229 1, 43 | the temporal term of the procession. Hence mission is ~only 230 1, 43 | it includes the eternal procession, ~with the addition of a 231 1, 43 | must be eternal. Hence the procession may be ~called a twin procession, 232 1, 43 | procession may be ~called a twin procession, eternal and temporal, not 233 1, 43 | But mission is a ~temporal procession. Since then the creature' 234 1, 43 | very idea of mission means procession from another, ~and in God 235 1, 43 | another, ~and in God it means procession according to origin, as 236 1, 43 | OBJ 3: Mission, meaning procession from the sender, includes 237 1, 43 | of the divine person is a procession, as ~expounded above (AA[ 238 1, 43 | above (AA[1],4). But the procession of the Son and of the Holy ~ 239 1, 43 | generation is ~distinguished from procession. If we consider mission 240 1, 45 | CREATION (QQ 44-49)~THE PROCESSION OF CREATURES FROM GOD, AND 241 1, 45 | ARTICLES)~After treating of the procession of the divine persons, we 242 1, 45 | persons, we must consider ~the procession of creatures from God. This 243 1, 45 | beings; (2) the mode of procession of creatures from the first 244 1, 46 | what is imperfect. But the procession of the divine Person is ~ 245 1, 46 | Person is ~prior to the procession of the creature: and is 246 1, 46 | to the nature of their ~procession, have a causality respecting 247 1, 92 | is distinguished by the procession of the Word ~from the Speaker, 248 1, 92 | creatures wherein we find a ~procession of the word in the intellect, 249 1, 92 | in the intellect, and a procession of the love in ~the will, 250 1, 92 | For these ~reasons the procession of the Son from the Father 251 1, 92 | spiritual vision. ~Wherefore the procession of the Holy Ghost from the 252 1, 92 | other by ~reason of the procession of the Word from the Speaker, 253 1, 92 | from the Speaker, and the procession ~of Love connecting Both. 254 1, 92 | other according to the ~procession of the word from the speaker, 255 1, 92 | from the speaker, and the procession of love from ~both. Moreover 256 1, 95 | perceive a certain order of procession of the ~perfect from the 257 2, 98 | decreed in any church that no procession would take place at a ~funeral 258 3, 3 | Paternity, Filiation and ~Procession, as was said above (FP, 259 3, 21 | author both of His eternal ~procession in the Divine Nature, and 260 Suppl, 55| agents. The first kind of ~procession, however often it be repeated, 261 Suppl, 55| But the second kind of procession, just as in the first instance 262 Suppl, 55| body, and in this way the procession can go no further. Now in ~ 263 Suppl, 55| no further. Now in ~the procession of kinship we find two kinds 264 Suppl, 64| came in the ~morning to the procession. But this would not have


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