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This degree of perfection belongs to theblessed in heaven or to a few of the most perfect in this life.
These few perfectissimi are the heroes of virtue, the candidates for the honours of the altar, the saints on earth.
Every virtue, like every other thing, has its type [ exemplar ] in God.
Thus the Divine mind itself is the type of prudence ; God using all things to minister to His glory is the type of temperance, by which man subjects his lower appetites to reason ; justice is typified by God's application of theeternal law to all His works; Divine immutability is the type of fortitude.
Faith is the secret of one's conscience ; to the world it is made manifest by the good works in which it lives, "Faith without works is dead" ( James 2:2 ).
Such works are: the external profession of faith, strict observance of the Divine commands, prayer, filial devotion to the Church, the fear of God, the horror of sin, penance for sins committed, patience in adversity, etc.
Jesus sacrificing His life to give God His due, Abraham willing to sacrifice his son in obedience to God's will, these are acts of heroic justice. In fine it should be remarked that almost every act of virtue proceeding from the Divine principle within us has in it the elements of all the virtues ; only mental analysis views the same act under various aspects. All materials contained on this site, whether written, audible or visual are the exclusive property of Catholic Online and are protected under U. and International copyright laws, © Copyright 2017 Catholic Online.
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The likeness, or the linking of the two commandments, lies in this: that in our neighbor we love God's image and likeness, His adopted children and the heirs of His Kingdom. And the works of spiritual and temporal mercy performed in this world will decide our fate in the next: "Come, ye blessed of my Father, possess you the kingdom. For he beheld together the past, the present, and the future, and was able to tell, by the counsel of God, what in each case was to be done" (2 January, c.v, n.16).