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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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penitent

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1 1, 20 | shipwreck." But God loves the penitent more than the innocent; 2 1, 20 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: The penitent and the innocent are related 3 1, 20 | For whether innocent or penitent, those are the better and ~ 4 1, 20 | to rejoice more over ~the penitent than over the innocent, 5 1, 20 | more ~as conferred on the penitent, who deserved punishment, 6 2, 24 | poor are relieved, or the penitent forgiven." But ~nothing 7 2, 35 | De Poenit. xiii): "The penitent should ever ~sorrow, and 8 2, 46 | himself; for instance, a penitent, on account of his sin; 9 2, 59 | poor are relieved, or ~the penitent forgiven," as Augustine 10 2, 73 | is a ~derider and not a penitent." It would likewise follow 11 2, 104 | God, the innocent or the penitent?~(3) Whether man is always 12 2, 104 | thanks to God than the ~penitent?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 13 2, 104 | thanks to God ~than the penitent. For the greater the gift 14 2, 104 | give thanks to God than the penitent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 15 2, 104 | to give ~thanks than the penitent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 16 2, 104 | the innocent than in the penitent. For Augustine says ~(Confess. 17 2, 104 | to give thanks than the penitent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 18 2, 104 | gratuitously; and in this sense the penitent is more ~bound to give thanks 19 2, 104 | the gift bestowed ~on the penitent is greater in relation to 20 2, 154 | man is not inclined to be penitent, for he holds on to his ~ 21 2, 166 | sin ~is prescribed to a penitent. But Augustine speaking 22 2, 166 | Augustine speaking of a penitent says ~(De Vera et Falsa 23 2, 166 | Mirth is forbidden the penitent because he is called upon ~ 24 3, 15 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A penitent can give a praiseworthy 25 3, 72 | in ~this sacrament, the penitent will obtain fuller remission 26 3, 84 | both on the part of the penitent sinner, and on the part 27 3, 84 | priest absolving, because the penitent sinner, by deed and word, 28 3, 84 | word with regard to the penitent, signifies the work of God 29 3, 84 | sacrament, when he absolves the ~penitent.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 30 3, 84 | consists in the acts of the penitent, the matter ~of which acts 31 3, 84 | forgiveness granted to the penitent. Therefore the form of this ~ 32 3, 84 | Wherefore the part taken by the ~penitent, whether it consist of words 33 3, 84 | hindered on the part of the penitent, whose acts ~are as matter 34 3, 84 | said in the person of the penitent (Ps. 1:14): ~"Restore unto 35 3, 84 | action in regard to the penitent, by laying hands on ~him.~ 36 3, 84 | by the part taken by the penitent: ~wherefore, just as in 37 3, 84 | absolving pronounces over the penitent perfect the sacrament ~of 38 3, 84 | absolution and the acts of the penitent, who ~co-operates with grace 39 3, 84 | sacrament the ~acts of the penitent are as matter, while the 40 3, 84 | blotting out of sin. Now the penitent ~receives forgiveness of 41 3, 84 | Ethic. ix, 4). ~Therefore a penitent cannot grieve continually 42 3, 84 | Comfort him," viz. the ~penitent, "lest perhaps such an one 43 3, 84 | internal or external, of a penitent must needs be ~interrupted 44 3, 84 | habitual disposition of the penitent, and by being resolved that 45 3, 84 | Now the reward of the penitent's work is ~the full remission 46 3, 84 | which is unknown]: "The penitent should ever grieve and rejoice 47 3, 84 | sensitive appetite of the penitent, arises from the ~displeasure 48 3, 84 | for ~if they were truly penitent, they would not think of 49 3, 84 | He is a mocker and no ~penitent who still does what he has 50 3, 84 | therefore, a man is ~truly penitent, he will not sin again. 51 3, 84 | man is a mocker and not a penitent, who, ~"while doing penance," 52 3, 85 | speaking now; since the penitent assumes a ~moderated grief 53 3, 85 | make it not done. But the ~penitent does not intend this: for 54 3, 85 | Accordingly, if ~in the act of the penitent we consider the mere displeasure 55 3, 85 | that), but also because the penitent grieves for the sin he has ~ 56 3, 85 | in penance. Wherefore the penitent has ~recourse to God with 57 3, 86 | Consequently a man cannot be truly penitent, if he repent of ~one sin 58 3, 86 | 12:13) that when David penitent ~had said to Nathan: "I 59 3, 86 | pardoned the sins of the penitent. Therefore the ~forgiveness 60 3, 86 | instrumentality of those acts of ~the penitent which pertain to the virtue 61 3, 88 | without repentance." Now the penitent's sins are taken ~away by 62 3, 88 | God pardons the sins of a penitent who will afterwards sin 63 3, 88 | taken in regard ~to the penitent who receives this favor, 64 3, 88 | penance consists in the ~penitent purposing to subject himself 65 3, 89 | dignity is restored to the penitent?~(4) Whether works of virtue 66 3, 89 | consists in certain acts of the penitent. But ~the gratuitous virtues 67 3, 89 | the father commanded his ~penitent son to be clothed in "the 68 3, 89 | and the first act of the ~penitent, viz., contrition, stands 69 3, 89 | the result being that the penitent ~finds difficulty in doing 70 3, 89 | virtues is concerned, the ~penitent performs works of virtue 71 3, 89 | Therefore it seems that a ~penitent never rises again to lesser 72 3, 89 | movement of the free-will, the ~penitent receives greater or lesser 73 3, 89 | Now the intensity of the ~penitent's movement may be proportionate 74 3, 89 | a lesser. Wherefore the penitent sometimes arises to a ~greater 75 3, 89 | this is not permitted to a penitent after his sin, for it is ~ 76 3, 89 | commandments": and this dignity the penitent cannot ~recover. Nevertheless 77 3, 90 | being the acts of the penitent, stand as matter, while 78 3, 90 | regards the acts of the ~penitent, which are the matter of 79 3, 90 | requisite on the part of the penitent is the will ~to atone, and 80 3, 90 | changes intended by the penitent.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[90] A[ 81 3, 90 | threefold change intended by the penitent. The ~first is by regeneration 82 Suppl, 2 | punishment. Therefore the penitent should be contrite on account 83 Suppl, 2 | unknown author]), ~that the penitent should be sorry for having 84 Suppl, 2 | which he is sorry. But a ~penitent, by the very signification 85 Suppl, 3 | from choice, in so far as a penitent excites in himself ~this 86 Suppl, 3 | Reply OBJ 3: The joy which a penitent has for his sorrow does 87 Suppl, 4 | unknown author] says: "The penitent should always grieve, and 88 Suppl, 6 | he acquires through the penitent's confession. ~Wherefore 89 Suppl, 6 | Penance likewise. ~Again, the penitent expiates his temporal punishment 90 Suppl, 6 | be ~the inferior if the penitent be a prelate, yet he is 91 Suppl, 6 | superior, in so ~far as the penitent is a sinner, while the confessor 92 Suppl, 6 | 1/1~I answer that, The penitent should, by his confession, 93 Suppl, 7 | sometimes have knowledge ~of the penitent's sin, yet he does not know 94 Suppl, 8 | superior?~(6) Whether a penitent, in danger of death can 95 Suppl, 8 | should be imposed on the penitent. Now, sometimes another ~ 96 Suppl, 8 | measure of satisfaction on the penitent. Therefore it is not ~necessary 97 Suppl, 8 | contrary, The absolution of the penitent, for the sake of which ~ 98 Suppl, 8 | enjoins it, and ~from the penitent who fulfills it; and, for 99 Suppl, 8 | reason ~for urgency, the penitent should fulfill his own part, 100 Suppl, 8 | speaking, in so far as the penitent ~submits to him, through 101 Suppl, 8 | receiving the sacrament, the penitent may receive a more ~plentiful 102 Suppl, 8 | of confession, or if the penitent has to confess a sin committed ~ 103 Suppl, 8 | satisfaction, which are acts of the penitent, are parts of Penance. Now ~ 104 Suppl, 8 | his command, can bind the penitent to do something.~Aquin.: 105 Suppl, 8 | those cases wherein the penitent has reason to fear some ~ 106 Suppl, 8 | tribunal of confession, the penitent is believed whether he speak ~ 107 Suppl, 8 | knowledge that he believe the ~penitent when he says that he has 108 Suppl, 8 | parish priest, and the ~penitent is bound to obey the former 109 Suppl, 8 | holds a lower rank, and the penitent is not so bound to obey 110 Suppl, 8 | authority, to advise the penitent to confess ~to his own priest, 111 Suppl, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a penitent, at the point of death, 112 Suppl, 8 | 1: It would seem that a penitent, at the point of death, 113 Suppl, 8 | in danger of death, the penitent, if he survive the ~danger, 114 Suppl, 8 | sacramentally: and the penitent will receive as much benefit 115 Suppl, 9 | sacrament, it ~subordinates the penitent to the priest who has the 116 Suppl, 9 | it is enough that the ~penitent declare it explicitly, and 117 Suppl, 9 | be unable to absolve the penitent ~from all his sins, yet 118 Suppl, 9 | necessary in order that the penitent's ~conscience may be made 119 Suppl, 9 | priest is absent, so that the penitent ~cannot speak to him with 120 Suppl, 9 | of penance. Therefore the penitent should confess his ~own 121 Suppl, 9 | simple" indicating that the penitent should relate only such ~ 122 Suppl, 9 | accusation" on the part of the penitent, should manifest ~his "readiness 123 Suppl, 10| because it delivered the penitent from guilt through ~being 124 Suppl, 10| beyond the ~powers of the penitent dwelling in this world, 125 Suppl, 10| within the ability of the penitent, ~and he is able, by making 126 Suppl, 10| Further, that which the penitent knows nothing about is further ~ 127 Suppl, 10| absolution, nevertheless the ~penitent is bound to confess in order 128 Suppl, 11| Whether, by permission of the penitent, the priest can make known 129 Suppl, 11| in respect of which the penitent ~promises amendment; otherwise 130 Suppl, 11| e.g. by ~admonishing the penitent, and by watching over the 131 Suppl, 11| nor sign to betray the ~penitent.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[11] A[ 132 Suppl, 11| Para. 1/1~Whether by the penitent's permission, a priest may 133 Suppl, 11| a priest may not, by the penitent's ~permission, reveal to 134 Suppl, 11| Neither therefore can the penitent give him such a ~permission.~ 135 Suppl, 11| confessional. ~Therefore the penitent cannot allow the priest 136 Suppl, 11| Therefore it seems that the penitent cannot grant ~this permission.~ 137 Suppl, 11| with the consent of the penitent, ~the priest may reveal 138 Suppl, 11| through another. But the penitent can by his own authority 139 Suppl, 11| to avoid scandal. Now the penitent can make the priest know, 140 Suppl, 11| prove that they had the penitent's ~permission to reveal 141 Suppl, 11| through the priest with the ~penitent's consent, shares in an 142 Suppl, 11| interpreter, unless perchance the penitent wish ~him to know it unconditionally 143 Suppl, 12| agent only, since it is the penitent who holds to the ~penance [ 144 Suppl, 13| evidence of some defect in the ~penitent, either bodily, so that 145 Suppl, 14| at the beginning. But a penitent is in a state of charity ~ 146 Suppl, 18| Church should dispose the penitent to the remission ~of his 147 Suppl, 18| priest's absolution the penitent is still obliged to undergo 148 Suppl, 18| temporal punishment which the penitent owes ~at the time of confession, 149 Suppl, 18| part of it; wherefore the penitent still remains obliged to 150 Suppl, 18| absolution, especially if the penitent has no cause to doubt about 151 Suppl, 18| bind by not absolving the ~penitent and by declaring him to 152 Suppl, 18| loosing, and declaring the penitent to be bound, secondly, as 153 Suppl, 18| which the priest binds ~the penitent, is the medicine which cleanses 154 Suppl, 20| simple priest must refer his penitent to his ~superior. The first 155 Suppl, 20| priest cannot absolve a penitent through the latter being 156 Suppl, 20| punishment he must refer the penitent to the ~superior, except 157 Suppl, 25| measure of the sin and of the penitent's sorrow. Since then indulgences ~ 158 Suppl, 28| since it involves the ~penitent in many deficiencies: for 159 Suppl, 28| though people may suspect the penitent of having committed ~some 160 Suppl, 28| the sin be ~public, the penitent, by fulfilling his penance, 161 Suppl, 39| virtuous life, and not publicly penitent. And since a ~man's good 162 Suppl, 56| bond between the woman penitent and the priest, that has 163 Suppl, 56| relations between priest and penitent are most ~intimate, and


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