Faith is the first of the three theological virtues, the other two being hope and charity (or love). It is a supernatural virtue by which we firmly believe in our hearts all the truths God has revealed. Faith is an infused virtue, meaning it is given to us by God through grace. It allows us to assent to supernatural truths of Revelation on the sole ground of authority. Thomas Aquinas explains that these virtues are called theological because they have God for their object, allowing us to participate in God's own Trinitarian, divine life. Aquinas also found an interconnection between practical wisdom and moral virtue, which he termed "the Unity of the Virtues". By accepting faith, we can open our hearts more to make room for the Theological Virtues of faith, hope, and charity.