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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | because in one and the same ~sentence, while it describes a fact, 2 1, 14 | diversity in the parts of a sentence causes a diversity of ~enunciations; 3 1, 14 | when he says that this sentence, "Socrates ~sits," is true 4 1, 19 | says (Moral. xvi, 5): "The sentence of God ~changes, but not 5 1, 25 | confused ~and general way. The sentence would then be true in this 6 1, 54 | is that we use the word "sentence." Experience can be attributed 7 1, 55 | is that we use the word "sentence." Experience can be attributed 8 1, 108 | assessors make known ~his sentence to the executioners. This 9 2, 6 | Secondly it is taken ~as a sentence: and then no act of the 10 2, 15 | he judges, there is no ~sentence," i.e. consent. But affection 11 2, 15 | and ~this is called the sentence," i.e. consent. But counsel 12 2, 15 | approval" which he calls "the sentence," "comes the choice." Therefore ~ 13 2, 15 | Orth. ii, 22) that the ~"sentence," i.e. the consent, takes 14 2, 74 | judges and delivers ~its sentence about intelligible matters, 15 2, 74 | reason judges ~and pronounces sentence on matters of action. Now 16 2, 74 | for judgment, the final sentence belongs to the ~supreme 17 2, 74 | speculative matters the final ~sentence touching any proposition 18 2, 74 | in suspense, the final sentence not being as yet pronounced. 19 2, 74 | follows that the ultimate sentence, whereby the judgment ~is 20 2, 91 | But since, by the just sentence ~of God, man is destitute 21 2, 94 | OBJ 1: The meaning of the sentence quoted is not that whatever 22 2, 96 | none is competent to pass sentence on him, if he acts against 23 2, 100 | was due to them ~by the sentence of God. Likewise when Abraham 24 2, 100 | be the executor of that ~sentence by Divine authority, he 25 2, 1 | that fit ~together in a sentence, for Tully says (Rhet. iv) 26 2, 1 | 2: This prohibition and sentence of the council was intended ~ 27 2, 10 | after he had pronounced ~sentence of excommunication, he adds 28 2, 10 | punishment inflicted by the sentence of the Church ~when he says ( 29 2, 10 | because the Church pronounces sentence of excommunication on both.~ 30 2, 10 | justly done away ~with by the sentence or ordination of the Church 31 2, 11 | saith the Lord." Now the sentence of the Church is God's sentence, ~ 32 2, 11 | sentence of the Church is God's sentence, ~according to Dt. 1:17: " 33 2, 11 | Eccles. 8:11): "For because sentence is ~not speedily pronounced 34 2, 11 | she protect them from the sentence of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 35 2, 12 | She can, however, pass sentence of punishment on the unbelief ~ 36 2, 12 | Consequently, as soon as sentence of ~excommunication is passed 37 2, 31 | desist from pronouncing sentence of condemnation against 38 2, 38 | those who are obstinate, the sentence of excommunication.~Aquin.: 39 2, 55 | administers the jus even if his sentence be unjust.~Aquin.: SMT SS 40 2, 60 | this was not due before the sentence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 41 2, 61 | inflicted according to a sentence. Now it ~is not a sin to 42 2, 62 | but published their ~death sentence pronounced by God. The Priests 43 2, 62 | to God alone to pronounce sentence of death and life, ~according 44 2, 62 | evildoer ~except by the sentence of the public authority. 45 2, 62 | not sin if he pronounce sentence in ~accordance with the 46 2, 62 | He that carries out ~the sentence of the judge who has condemned 47 2, 62 | an innocent man, if the ~sentence contains an inexcusable 48 2, 64 | adjudicated to him ~by the sentence of the court. Hence still 49 2, 65 | Whether a judge can justly sentence a man who is not accused? ~( 50 2, 65 | I answer that, A judge's sentence is like a particular law 51 2, 65 | Ethic. x, 9), so too the ~sentence of a judge should have coercive 52 2, 65 | comply with the judge's sentence; else the judgment would 53 2, 65 | evidence, but should ~pronounce sentence according to the truth which 54 2, 65 | judge sins if he ~pronounces sentence according to the evidence 55 2, 65 | private opinion but pronounces sentence according to the law and 56 2, 65 | which in pronouncing his sentence, ~he ought to follow rather 57 2, 65 | follow it in pronouncing ~sentence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 58 2, 65 | seem that a judge may pass sentence on a man who is not ~accused. 59 2, 65 | seems that a man ~may pass sentence of condemnation on a man 60 2, 65 | expounding the ~Apostle's sentence on the fornicator, says 61 2, 65 | criminal cases the judge cannot sentence a man unless the latter 62 2, 65 | authorize him to proceed to pass sentence, except ~according to the 63 2, 65 | was the executor of the sentence of ~God, by whose instinct 64 2, 65 | pronounces the judicial sentence, ~in virtue of his power, 65 2, 66 | when he ~comes to pronounce sentence, unless it were drawn up 66 2, 66 | even though the judge's sentence may have to ~be pronounced 67 2, 67 | cause a delay, ~lest a just sentence be pronounced against him. 68 2, 67 | appealing either before or after sentence has been ~pronounced. And 69 2, 67 | condemned unjustly: and such a sentence is like the ~violence of 70 2, 68 | death, or from an unjust sentence which threatens him ~through 71 2, 69 | should not sell a just sentence, nor the witness true evidence." ~ 72 2, 71 | a man rejoiceth in the sentence of his mouth" (Prov. ~15: 73 2, 78 | accordance with a judge's sentence, belongs to commutative 74 2, 93 | the king with the divine sentence, was permitted to appear 75 2, 93 | Lord's command, ~pronounced sentence by lot on Achan who had 76 2, 96 | has been so declared by ~sentence in a court of law, it does 77 2, 97 | is ~punished by capital sentence according to civil law [* 78 2, 106 | through pronouncing a death sentence a man is hindered from ~ 79 2, 151 | must be referred.] [*The sentence in brackets is omitted in 80 2, 156 | the genuine codices ~the sentence is unqualified, and anger 81 2, 160 | passion, but as denoting the sentence of justice ~pronouncing 82 2, 161 | just issue of the Divine sentence."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] 83 2, 169 | repents, by ~"changing His sentence, although He changes not 84 3, 27 | been freed from the first sentence ~of condemnation. And though, 85 3, 29 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 4: The sentence of adulteresses according 86 3, 35 | Supposititious]), from this sentence we must exclude ~the Virgin-Mother 87 3, 35 | necessary result of that sentence, for He was ~not a debtor 88 3, 44 | foreshadows their doom by His sentence on the ~tree." This is the 89 3, 46 | forth to endure the ~death sentence, not for merely tearing 90 3, 54 | is evident from the first sentence of the body of A[3] (A[2] 91 3, 68 | its mother's womb is under sentence of condemnation on ~account 92 3, 78 | needs be signified in this sentence by a substantive ~verb of 93 3, 78 | case the meaning of the ~sentence would be: "My body is My 94 3, 78 | neither does the aforesaid sentence mean this.~Aquin.: SMT TP 95 3, 78 | above (A[4]), that ~this sentence possesses the power of effecting 96 3, 82 | forbidden, by the Church's ~sentence, to perform the Eucharistic 97 3, 82 | debarred by the Church's sentence from using this ~power: 98 3, 82 | suspended by the Divine sentence, yet they are ~not suspended 99 3, 82 | others by any ecclesiastical sentence: ~consequently, until the 100 3, 82 | consequently, until the Church's sentence is pronounced, it is lawful 101 3, 82 | deprived by the Church's sentence ~from exercising his order, 102 3, 83 | to do so, he will ~incur sentence of excommunication."~Aquin.: 103 Suppl, 6 | necessary for a judicial sentence, in ~order that punishment 104 Suppl, 8 | confession is ordained to the ~sentence. Now in a disputed case 105 Suppl, 8 | Now in a disputed case the sentence is void if pronounced by ~ 106 Suppl, 11| man, in order ~to escape a sentence of excommunication, incurred 107 Suppl, 11| to the person who has to ~sentence him. Now the execution of 108 Suppl, 19| certain Chapters can pass a sentence of excommunication, which ~ 109 Suppl, 20| defect of irregularity or a sentence of excommunication, from 110 Suppl, 20| judgment no man can pass sentence of excommunication on himself, ~ 111 Suppl, 21| excommunication, because by passing sentence of ~excommunication, the 112 Suppl, 21| respects the Church by ~passing sentence of excommunication imitates 113 Suppl, 21| xxvi in Evang.), "the ~sentence of the pastor is to be feared 114 Suppl, 21| proper cause, ~or through the sentence being passed without the 115 Suppl, 21| error, on the part of the sentence, be ~such as to render the 116 Suppl, 21| be ~such as to render the sentence void, this has no effect, 117 Suppl, 21| error does not annul the sentence, this takes ~effect, and 118 Suppl, 21| he ~were to contemn the sentence, he would "ipso facto" sin 119 Suppl, 22| the external judgment. The sentence of excommunication, ~however, 120 Suppl, 22| antecedent of a ~conditional sentence be impossible, the consequence 121 Suppl, 22| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a sentence of excommunication can be 122 Suppl, 22| OBJ 1: It would seem that sentence of excommunication can be 123 Suppl, 22| excommunicated who is already under sentence of ~excommunication?~Aquin.: 124 Suppl, 22| man who is already under sentence of ~excommunication cannot 125 Suppl, 22| that, A man who is under sentence of one excommunication, 126 Suppl, 24| and then he who pronounced sentence or his superior can absolve - 127 Suppl, 27| is pronounced by way of sentence, which no ~man can pronounce 128 Suppl, 27| given under the form of a sentence, but by way of ~dispensation, 129 Suppl, 34| derived, from his. [*The sentence in brackets is not in the ~ 130 Suppl, 43| he is ~not compelled by sentence of the court, because compulsory 131 Suppl, 62| of fornication. For when sentence has been pronounced ~by 132 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sentence is an application of the 133 Suppl, 62| according to which the ~sentence of the court has to be pronounced.~ 134 Suppl, 62| parallel, because then ~the sentence at law was not only divorce 135 Suppl, 62| convicted of adultery by the sentence of the Church, the ~divorce 136 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sentence of the Church in pronouncing 137 Suppl, 62| withdrawal of the ~previous sentence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 138 Suppl, 62| divorce, and ~if, after the sentence of divorce, his wife asks 139 Suppl, 69| being pronounced by the sentence ~of the judge, should not 140 Suppl, 69| be awarded to all by the sentence of Christ judging them, ~ 141 Suppl, 71| authorities. Now "God changes His sentence but ~not his counsel," as 142 Suppl, 71| it is apparent that the sentence ~pronounced against them 143 Suppl, 72| view of God's ~pronouncing sentence thereon. This, in fact, 144 Suppl, 72| be the ~execution of the sentence of Divine judgment. Now 145 Suppl, 72| fire will not carry out the sentence of the judge ~except as 146 Suppl, 72| death after receiving ~the sentence of his damnation. Therefore 147 Suppl, 75| original sin lie under the sentence: ~Earth thou art and into 148 Suppl, 84| may understand the Judge's sentence ~as expressed in His providence.~ 149 Suppl, 84| evidently to all. ~Now the sentence of one who condemns or rewards 150 Suppl, 84| necessary, in order that the sentence ~appear to be just, that 151 Suppl, 84| just, that all who know the sentence should be acquainted ~with 152 Suppl, 84| this so that ~the Judge's sentence may appear just to all.~ 153 Suppl, 85| judicial inquiry is the sentence carried cut ~before judgment 154 Suppl, 85| judgment is pronounced. But the sentence of the Divine judgment on ~ 155 Suppl, 85| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sentence proper to this general judgment 156 Suppl, 85| as regards the particular sentence on each ~individual, the 157 Suppl, 85| regards the inquiry and ~sentence, will take place by word 158 Suppl, 85| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the sentence should correspond proportionately 159 Suppl, 85| Therefore seemingly, ~this sentence and the entire judgment 160 Suppl, 85| or again as regards the sentence on both, will take place 161 Suppl, 85| of Pilate, ~and bore the sentence of an unjust judgment on 162 Suppl, 86| will carry out the Judge's sentence on the damned?~(5) Whether 163 Suppl, 86| the pronouncement of the sentence) will be the ~work of God 164 Suppl, 86| Judge, by approving His ~sentence, will be said to judge. 165 Suppl, 86| acquaint others of the ~sentence delivered by another's authority, 166 Suppl, 86| namely by ~approving the sentence [*Cf. A[1]].~Aquin.: SMT 167 Suppl, 86| demons will carry out the sentence of the Judge on the damned?~ 168 Suppl, 86| demons will not carry out the sentence of ~the Judge on the damned 169 Suppl, 86| carrying out of ~the Judge's sentence implies some kind of supremacy. 170 Suppl, 86| not carry out the Judge's sentence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 171 Suppl, 86| the good, since the Divine sentence will appoint ~to each one 172 Suppl, 86| judged as ~citizens, and sentence of death will not be passed 173 Suppl, 86| God" (Heb. 11:6). But the sentence of condemnation which will ~ 174 Suppl, 95| 41:3,4): "O ~death, thy sentence is welcome to the man that 175 Appen1, 1| hand, those who are under sentence for original sin will suffer 176 Appen1, 2| more severely ~by the same sentence than another; and yet the


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