Part, Question
1 Suppl, 41 special ~reward, namely the aureole, is due to virgins [*Cf.
2 Suppl, 93 continence?~(5) Whether an aureole is due to virgins?~(6) Whether
3 Suppl, 93 12) Whether the virgin's aureole is the greatest?~(13) Whether
4 Suppl, 93 Whether one has the same aureole in a higher degree than
5 Suppl, 93 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the aureole is the same as the essential
6 Suppl, 93 It would seem that the aureole is not distinct from the
7 Suppl, 93 in heaven; so that the ~aureole is included in the "aurea."~
8 Suppl, 93 another. Since then the aureole ~denotes the reward due
9 Suppl, 93 common to all. Therefore the aureole is not a distinct ~reward
10 Suppl, 93 are of obligation, and the aureole to works ~of counsel, the
11 Suppl, 93 to works ~of counsel, the aureole will be more perfect than
12 Suppl, 93 Therefore it would seem that the aureole is not a ~distinct reward
13 Suppl, 93 Wherefore apparently the aureole ~is a crown awarded, not
14 Suppl, 93 the blessed. Therefore the aureole is distinct from the ~"aurea."~
15 Suppl, 93 crown, which we call an aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
16 Suppl, 93 additional reward ~is called an "aureole." Now something may be added
17 Suppl, 93 is sometimes called an "aureole." Thus a gloss of Bede on
18 Suppl, 93 says that ~"finally the aureole is added, when it is stated
19 Suppl, 93 sense that we speak of an aureole now. Secondly, in ~consequence
20 Suppl, 93 reward which we call an ~"aureole": and it is in this sense
21 Suppl, 93 sense that we regard the aureole now. ~Accordingly it must
22 Suppl, 93 it must be said that an "aureole" denotes something added
23 Suppl, 93 receives ~the name of "aureole," according as it is given
24 Suppl, 93 greater ~when it is called an "aureole"; but that it corresponds
25 Suppl, 93 clearness, it is called an "aureole" in one and not in the ~
26 Suppl, 93 above. For if "aurea" and "aureole" were the same, the "aureole"
27 Suppl, 93 aureole" were the same, the "aureole" would ~not be described
28 Suppl, 93 excellence that we ~call an "aureole." Hence it follows that
29 Suppl, 93 Hence it follows that an "aureole" differs from the ~"aurea."~
30 Suppl, 93 Ethic. i, 8: and thus is the aureole in comparison with the happiness
31 Suppl, 93 reward that is called an aureole, but that which ~is added
32 Suppl, 93 reward of the possessor of an aureole being greater, or less than,
33 Suppl, 93 reward of one who has no aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
34 Suppl, 93 kind of work, namely ~the "aureole."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
35 Suppl, 93 joy cannot be ~called an aureole, because it is not given
36 Suppl, 93 reason of its genus. Hence ~"aureole" is used as a diminutive
37 Suppl, 93 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the aureole differs from the fruit?~
38 Suppl, 93 It would seem that the aureole does not differ from the
39 Suppl, 93 the same merit. Now the aureole and ~the hundredfold fruit
40 Suppl, 93 hundredfold." Therefore the aureole is the same as ~the fruit.~
41 Suppl, 93 virgins and martyrs. But the aureole also is due to ~them. Therefore
42 Suppl, 93 to ~them. Therefore the aureole is the same as the fruit.~
43 Suppl, 93 essential reward is called an aureole, as evidenced ~by the statement (
44 Suppl, 93 Therefore it is the same as the aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
45 Suppl, 93 same nature. Now fruit and aureole are not divided in the same
46 Suppl, 93 in the same way, ~since aureole is divided into the aureole
47 Suppl, 93 aureole is divided into the aureole of virgins, of martyrs,
48 Suppl, 93 virgins. Therefore fruit and aureole are not the same.~Aquin.:
49 Suppl, 93 2~Further, if fruit and aureole were the same, the aureole
50 Suppl, 93 aureole were the same, the aureole would be due to ~whomsoever
51 Suppl, 93 due to widowhood, while an aureole is not. Therefore, etc.~
52 Suppl, 93 from the aurea and ~the aureole, in that the "aurea" consists
53 Suppl, 93 one has in God, and ~the "aureole" in the joy one has in the
54 Suppl, 93 however, distinguish between aureole and fruit, by saying that
55 Suppl, 93 fruit, by saying that the ~aureole is due to the fighter, according
56 Suppl, 93 conversion ~to God, while the "aureole" and the "fruit" regard
57 Suppl, 93 the will rather, and the aureole the ~body. Since, however,
58 Suppl, 93 between fruit, aurea and aureole would ~only imply a logical
59 Suppl, 93 assigned to some to whom no aureole is assigned.~Aquin.: SMT
60 Suppl, 93 command of charity; the aureole, in so far as ~virginity
61 Suppl, 93 Reply OBJ 3: Although the aureole is an accidental reward
62 Suppl, 93 accidental reward is an aureole, ~but only that which is
63 Suppl, 93 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an aureole is due on account of virginity?~
64 Suppl, 93 1: It would seem that an aureole is not due on account of
65 Suppl, 93 pleasure." Therefore the aureole which ~is the greatest reward
66 Suppl, 93 1~OBJ 2: Further, if an aureole were due to virginity, it
67 Suppl, 93 Virgin of virgins: and yet no aureole is due to her because she ~
68 Suppl, 93 27], A[3]]. Therefore an aureole ~is not due to virginity.~
69 Suppl, 93 were accursed. Therefore an aureole ~is not due to virginity.~
70 Suppl, 93 virginity lost. Yet an aureole is sometimes due to lost
71 Suppl, 93 confessing Christ. Therefore an aureole is not due to virginity.~
72 Suppl, 93 and wicked. ~Therefore an aureole is not due to virginity.~
73 Suppl, 93 hundredfold fruit, and to the aureole. Now the sixtyfold fruit
74 Suppl, 93 seem that neither is the aureole due to any ~kind of virginity,
75 Suppl, 93 and eunuchs. Therefore an ~aureole is not always due to virginity.~
76 Suppl, 93 virginity is called an aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
77 Suppl, 93 and this is called the aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
78 Suppl, 93 special crown called the aureole ~is due to virginity. This
79 Suppl, 93 For some ~say that the aureole is due to the act. So that
80 Suppl, 93 a virgin will have the aureole provided she be of the number
81 Suppl, 93 marrying would have ~the aureole. Hence others hold that
82 Suppl, 93 Hence others hold that the aureole is due to the state and ~
83 Suppl, 93 virgins alone merit the aureole who by vow ~have placed
84 Suppl, 93 1],3]. Consequently the aureole is due to those ~virgins
85 Suppl, 93 say ~with reference to the aureole in its proper signification
86 Suppl, 93 If, however, we take the aureole in its ~broad sense for
87 Suppl, 93 essential joy of heaven, the aureole ~will be applicable even
88 Suppl, 93 the proper meaning of an aureole, although it is very commonly
89 Suppl, 93 Blessed Virgin has not an aureole in reward of her virginity,
90 Suppl, 93 her virginity, if we take ~aureole in the proper sense as referring
91 Suppl, 93 something more than an aureole, on account of her most
92 Suppl, 93 Others say that she has an aureole even in its ~proper signification,
93 Suppl, 93 must ~say that she has an aureole properly speaking, so as
94 Suppl, 93 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: The aureole is not due to virginity
95 Suppl, 93 been observed, nor would an aureole have been due to ~it. But
96 Suppl, 93 she does not forfeit the aureole, ~provided she retain unfailingly
97 Suppl, 93 called virgins and merit the aureole: for they ~make a virtue
98 Suppl, 93 could, they do not merit the aureole. Hence Augustine says ~(
99 Suppl, 93 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an aureole is due to martyrs?~Aquin.:
100 Suppl, 93 1: It would seem that an aureole is not due to martyrs. For
101 Suppl, 93 due to martyrs. For an ~aureole is a reward given for works
102 Suppl, 93 salvation." Therefore an aureole is not always due to martyrdom.~
103 Suppl, 93 with force. Therefore an aureole is not due ~to martyrdom,
104 Suppl, 93 Innocents. Accordingly if an ~aureole were due to martyrdom, it
105 Suppl, 93 the ~case. Therefore an aureole is not due to martyrdom.~
106 Suppl, 93 s ~death." Since then no aureole corresponds to interior
107 Suppl, 93 of the spirit." But no ~aureole is due to penance which
108 Suppl, 93 Neither ~therefore is an aureole due to every external martyrdom.~
109 Suppl, 93 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, an aureole is not due to an unlawful
110 Suppl, 93 viii, 24). Therefore an ~aureole is not always due to martyrdom.~
111 Suppl, 93 martyr, and yet seemingly an aureole is not due to him, since
112 Suppl, 93 until death. Therefore an aureole is not always due ~to martyrdom.~
113 Suppl, 93 be ~martyrs, and yet an aureole is not apparently due to
114 Suppl, 93 without grace, and yet no aureole is due to ~them. Therefore
115 Suppl, 93 seemingly neither is an aureole due to martyrdom.~Aquin.:
116 Suppl, 93 Ghost." Therefore if an aureole is due to one who suffers
117 Suppl, 93 to save his country, ~an aureole is not due to him. Therefore
118 Suppl, 93 faith that is in himself, no aureole is due to him: and ~consequently
119 Suppl, 93 Therefore they did not merit an aureole: and consequently an aureole
120 Suppl, 93 aureole: and consequently an aureole is ~not due to all martyrs.~
121 Suppl, 93 virginity to martyrdom." Now an aureole is ~due to virginity, and
122 Suppl, 93 difficulty. Therefore a special aureole is due ~thereto.~Aquin.:
123 Suppl, 93 crown, which ~we call an aureole, is due to the most perfect
124 Suppl, 93 to virginity, so ~too an aureole is due to the most perfect
125 Suppl, 93 iii). Consequently an aureole is due to martyrdom as well
126 Suppl, 93 that he does not merit an aureole. For an aureole is due to
127 Suppl, 93 merit an aureole. For an aureole is due to a ~work of supererogation,
128 Suppl, 93 supererogation cease, one merits the aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
129 Suppl, 93 actual martyr. But the aureole is due to the difficulty
130 Suppl, 93 pains. Consequently an ~aureole is due to the difficulty
131 Suppl, 93 without doubt he merits the aureole: as instanced in blessed ~
132 Suppl, 93 is believed to merit the aureole: although some say that
133 Suppl, 93 that he ~does not merit the aureole if he happen to die through
134 Suppl, 93 would not seem to lose. ~the aureole for that reason, unless
135 Suppl, 93 deprive him of both aurea and aureole. If, ~however, by some chance
136 Suppl, 93 he would still merit the aureole. Hence the ~martyrdom of
137 Suppl, 93 a martyr ~and merits the aureole. If, however, it be not
138 Suppl, 93 iii, 6). Consequently the aureole is due to such injuries
139 Suppl, 93 a martyr, nor merit the aureole. Nor is it possible to love ~
140 Suppl, 93 not help one to merit an aureole: nor again can sorrow for
141 Suppl, 93 added thereto, merits ~an aureole, not only on the part of
142 Suppl, 93 Christ, he will not merit the aureole; but if he ~refer it to
143 Suppl, 93 Christ he will merit the aureole and he will be a martyr;
144 Suppl, 93 act and will, and have the aureole. others say, however, ~that
145 Suppl, 93 Christ, so too they have the aureole, not in all ~its perfection,
146 Suppl, 93 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an aureole is due to doctors?~Aquin.:
147 Suppl, 93 1: It would seem that an aureole is not due to doctors. For
148 Suppl, 93 a virtue. Therefore ~an aureole is not due to teaching or
149 Suppl, 93 acquired ~gifts. Therefore no aureole will be merited in the future
150 Suppl, 93 Therefore it would seem ~that an aureole is not due to preaching
151 Suppl, 93 reward: and we call ~this an aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
152 Suppl, 93 teaching: ~wherefore an aureole is due to preaching and
153 Suppl, 93 when it is stated that an aureole is ~due to teaching, this
154 Suppl, 93 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an aureole is due to Christ?~Aquin.:
155 Suppl, 93 1: It would seem that an aureole is due to Christ. For an
156 Suppl, 93 is due to Christ. For an aureole is ~due to virginity, martyrdom,
157 Suppl, 93 in Christ. Therefore an aureole is especially due to Him.~
158 Suppl, 93 ascribed to Christ. Now an aureole is due as the reward of ~
159 Suppl, 93 Therefore it would seem that an aureole is due to Christ even as
160 Suppl, 93 1/2~On the contrary, An aureole is described as "joy in
161 Suppl, 93 lib. ix, 3). Therefore an aureole is not due ~to Christ.~Aquin.:
162 Suppl, 93 increased. Now Christ had no aureole ~from the moment of His
163 Suppl, 93 Therefore He never had an aureole afterwards.~Aquin.: SMT
164 Suppl, 93 say that ~Christ has an aureole in its strict sense, seeing
165 Suppl, 93 to Christ, the notion of aureole is ~not. For from the very
166 Suppl, 93 from the very fact that aureole is a diminutive term it
167 Suppl, 93 its ~fulness. Wherefore an aureole is becoming to those who
168 Suppl, 93 becoming for Christ to have an aureole, but to ~have something
169 Suppl, 93 nothing of the nature of an aureole in ~Christ, there is nevertheless
170 Suppl, 93 more excellent than any aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
171 Suppl, 93 reward. Hence He has not ~an aureole in its proper sense.~Aquin.:
172 Suppl, 93 Reply OBJ 2: Although the aureole is due to a most perfect
173 Suppl, 93 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an aureole is due to the angels?~Aquin.:
174 Suppl, 93 1: It would seem that an aureole is due to the angels. For
175 Suppl, 93 angels." ~Since then an aureole corresponds to virginity,
176 Suppl, 93 never sinned. Therefore an aureole is due to them ~rather than
177 Suppl, 93 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, an aureole is due to teaching. Now
178 Suppl, 93 Therefore at least the aureole of ~doctors is due to them.~
179 Suppl, 93 the angels. Therefore an aureole is not due to them.~Aquin.:
180 Suppl, 93 OTC Para. 2/2~Further, an aureole is not due to an act that
181 Suppl, 93 Therefore they have no aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
182 Suppl, 93 Para. 1/1~I answer that, An aureole is not due to the angels.
183 Suppl, 93 reason of this ~is that an aureole, properly speaking, corresponds
184 Suppl, 93 Wherefore the angels have not an aureole in the ~same sense as an
185 Suppl, 93 in the ~same sense as an aureole is due to men.~Aquin.: SMT
186 Suppl, 93 wherefore they do not merit an aureole thereby.~Aquin.: SMT XP
187 Suppl, 93 Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an aureole is also due to the body?~
188 Suppl, 93 1: It would seem that an aureole is also due to the body.
189 Suppl, 93 Therefore there is also an aureole which pertains to the accidental ~
190 Suppl, 93 through the body. But the aureole is merited through works ~
191 Suppl, 93 of the body. Therefore an aureole is also due to the body.~
192 Suppl, 93 seem ~that the martyr's aureole is also in his body; and
193 Suppl, 93 the proper subject of an aureole is the soul and ~not the
194 Suppl, 93 that, Properly speaking the aureole is in the mind: since it
195 Suppl, 93 in the works to which an aureole is due. But even as from
196 Suppl, 93 so from the joy ~in the aureole there results a certain
197 Suppl, 93 comeliness: so that the ~aureole is chiefly in the mind,
198 Suppl, 93 martyrs cannot be called an aureole, since some of the martyrs
199 Suppl, 93 the martyrs will ~have an aureole in which such scars will
200 Suppl, 93 unfittingly assigned. For the aureole of martyrs corresponds ~
201 Suppl, 93 virtue of fortitude, the aureole of virgins to the virtue
202 Suppl, 93 of ~temperance, and the aureole of doctors to the virtue
203 Suppl, 93 there should be a fourth aureole corresponding to ~the virtue
204 Suppl, 93 Mt. 19:21). Therefore an aureole is ~due to poverty.~Aquin.:
205 Suppl, 93 Therefore it would seem that an aureole is due thereto.~Aquin.:
206 Suppl, 93 works. Therefore a fourth ~aureole is due to those who do this.~
207 Suppl, 93 Para. 1/3~I answer that, An aureole is an exceptional reward
208 Suppl, 93 is a virgin. Wherefore an aureole is due to ~virginity. In
209 Suppl, 93 death: wherefore the second aureole is ~due to martyrs who win
210 Suppl, 93 and consequently the third aureole is due to doctors and ~preachers.~
211 Suppl, 93 others, and ~to this act the aureole of doctors is due: the highest
212 Suppl, 93 sake, and to this ~act the aureole of martyrs is due: and the
213 Suppl, 93 pleasures, and to this act the aureole of virgins is due.~Aquin.:
214 Suppl, 93 and for this reason an aureole is ~due to them.~Aquin.:
215 Suppl, 93 virtues, ~wherefore a special aureole is not due to it.~Aquin.:
216 Suppl, 93 body is broken. Hence an aureole is not due to poverty; ~
217 Suppl, 93 The gloss quoted takes aureole in the broad sense for any
218 Suppl, 93 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: An aureole is due to those who commit
219 Suppl, 93 is not distinct from the aureole of doctors, since the ~compiling
220 Suppl, 93 1/1~Whether the virgin's aureole is the greatest of all?~
221 Suppl, 93 would seem that the virgin's aureole is the greatest of all. ~
222 Suppl, 93 have the most ~excellent aureole.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[
223 Suppl, 93 Therefore the greater ~aureole is due to them.~Aquin.:
224 Suppl, 93 would seem that the martyr's aureole is the greatest. ~For Aymo,
225 Suppl, 93 consequently a greater aureole is due to virginity.~Aquin.:
226 Suppl, 93 would seem that the greatest aureole is due to doctors. ~Because
227 Suppl, 93 doctrine." Therefore a ~greater aureole is due to them in the Church
228 Suppl, 93 that, Precedence of one aureole over another may be considered ~
229 Suppl, 93 of the conflicts, ~that aureole being considered greater
230 Suppl, 93 at it thus the martyr's aureole takes precedence of the ~
231 Suppl, 93 and thus ~the doctor's aureole takes precedence of all
232 Suppl, 93 is more essential to the aureole; since the aureole, ~according
233 Suppl, 93 to the aureole; since the aureole, ~according to its proper
234 Suppl, 93 Therefore the ~martyr's aureole is simply the greatest of
235 Suppl, 93 Whether one person has an aureole more excellently than another
236 Suppl, 93 that one person has not the aureole either of ~virginity, or
237 Suppl, 93 intension or remission. Now the aureole is due to works which have ~
238 Suppl, 93 perfection. Therefore an aureole is not subject to ~intension
239 Suppl, 93 virginity, the ~virgin's aureole to wit, receive intension
240 Suppl, 93 1/1~On the contrary, The aureole is added to the aurea. But
241 Suppl, 93 in another. Therefore the aureole is also.~Aquin.: SMT XP
242 Suppl, 93 cause. Now the merit of the aureole may be greater or lesser: ~
243 Suppl, 93 or lesser: ~wherefore the aureole may also be greater or lesser.~
244 Suppl, 93 however, that the merit of an aureole may be ~intensified in two
245 Suppl, 93 Accordingly, intension not of the aureole but of the aurea ~corresponds
246 Suppl, 93 while ~intension of the aureole corresponds to intension
247 Suppl, 93 reward, to receive a greater aureole for ~his martyrdom.~Aquin.:
248 Suppl, 93 The merits to which an aureole is due do not reach the
249 Suppl, 93 Hence nothing hinders one ~aureole being more excellent than
