Three of these are theological, and of these we must treat first, while the other four are the cardinal virtues, of which we shall treat afterwards (Question 47). At the same time, the Aquinas Institute has completed a translation of the fourth book of the Commentary on the Sentences. New English Translation of St. Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologiae (Summa Theologica) by Alfred J. Freddoso University of Notre Dame Prima Pars (Part 1) st. thomas aquinas the summa theologica translated by fathers of the english dominican province :index. PARTS (SUBJECTIVE): Abstinence (146) from food and drink, and its act which is fasting (147), and its opposite vice which is gluttony (148). FORTITUDE ITSELF: The virtue of fortitude (123) and martyrdom (124), its principle act. Edus. The Will of God; the love of God and his justice and mercy. • Affordable price. The precepts of faith, knowledge and understanding. The episcopal state (185). PARTS (QUASI-INTEGRAL): The quasi-integral parts of justice—"do good" and "avoid evil" (79)—and the opposite vices. STATES OF LIFE: Man's various duties and states in general (183). Friendliness or affability (114), which is opposed by flattery (115) and quarreling (116). How an angel acts on another angel; the hierarchies of good and evil spirits. Modesty (160) in general and its species: Humility (161) and its opposite, pride (162). 1485, written from 1265–1274; also known as the Summa Theologica or the Summa), as the best-known work of Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225–1274), is a compendium of all of the main theological teachings of the Catholic Church, intended to be an instructional guide for theology students, including seminarians and the literate laity. GIFTS (SPEECH): The grace of tongues (176) and the gratuitous grace consisting in words (177). PRECEPTS: The precepts (16) of faith, knowledge and understanding. Patience (136) and its opposed vices. Fortitude FORTITUDE ITSELF: The virtue of fortitude (123) and martyrdom (124), its principle act. 1-119) Index. First, from the point of view of the moral matter itself, for instance by considering a particular virtue or a particular vice. There are better internet settings of the Latin, (for example here, which contains all of Thomas' works in Latin, and here, which has the translation by the fathers of the English Dominican province, with many cross references and links (and advertisements). The question of origin or procession; relations of origin, The persons in general - signification of "person"; the number of the persons; our knowledge of them, The first cause of beings; the emanation and beginning of creatures; good and evil; angels and man, Their substance - absolutely and in relation to corporeal things; their movement, How they were brought into existence; how some of them became wicked and were punished, The work of creation; the ordering of creation towards distinction; the first three days, The nature of the soul and its union with the body, The powers of the soul in general; its intellectual powers, The appetitive powers; sensuality, will, free-will. The Summa Theologica (Benziger Bros. edition, 1947) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province Contents FIRST PART (QQ. GIFT: The corresponding gift of wisdom (45) and folly (46) which is opposed to wisdom. Canonicus Surmont, Vicarius Generalis. Its principal, interior acts which are devotion (82) and prayer (83). PRECEPTS: The precepts (170) of temperance. GIFTS (MIRACLES): The grace of miracles (178). The other three intellectual virtues, namely wisdom, understanding, and knowledge, agree, even in name, with some of the gifts of the Holy Ghost. Patience (136) and its opposed vices. Through what does it know them and how? Of the intellectual virtues there is one, prudence, which is included and numbered among the cardinal virtues. GIFTS (MIRACLES): The grace of miracles (178). The Existence of God 3. CONNECTED VIRTUES (PIETY): Piety (101) and its opposite vices. PRECEPTS: The precepts (140) of fortitude. GIFT: Piety (121), the corresponding gift. VICES: Hatred (34), which is opposed to charity itself. Westmonasterii.APPROBATIO ORDINISNihil Obstat. How does the soul know orporeal things? The two volumes of the Supplementem may be ordered separately. Home > Summa Theologiae > Second Part of the Second Part. Therefore we shall consider them while considering the gifts corresponding to those virtues.