From a Catholic site: “When we say that God is infinite, we mean that He is unlimited in every kind of perfection or that every *conceivable perfection belongs to Him in the highest *conceivable way.”
*I presume this means ‘conceivable by God’ as infinity is, by definition, unable to be fully pictured by us.
This seems to imply that every single good thing (literally every good thing) is an aspect of God and is one of His many infinite attributes that has (again, literally) unending quality. An astounding thought! Beauty or goodness that is so beautiful and good that they are not just ‘above’ the best we know but never endingly so- more and more and more better…with no end to how much better they are!
Do all acknowledge God is infinite good? That every kind of perfection exists as part of His being, to a never ending degree of quality?
I’ve heard people despute whether we can be given ‘infinite joy’ as we are infinite creatures…also, that the usage of the term ‘infinite’ tends to be hyperbole (and usually is)…so, well, that’s why I’m asking…