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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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commit

    Part, Question
1 1, 64 | were to believe that he can commit murder, and ~wills to commit 2 1, 64 | commit murder, and ~wills to commit it, and afterwards the power 3 1, 65 | were to believe that he can commit murder, and ~wills to commit 4 1, 65 | commit murder, and ~wills to commit it, and afterwards the power 5 1, 78 | senses of the body, ~and commit them to memory." Therefore 6 2, 15 | man to make up his mind to commit a sin, unless that mental 7 2, 18 | he who steals that he may commit ~adultery, is strictly speaking, 8 2, 19 | reason err in telling ~him to commit fornication, his will in 9 2, 20 | man is said to will to ~commit a theft, or to will to give 10 2, 73 | of Law, is the same as to commit all sins, because, as ~Ambrose 11 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To commit sin is lawful on account 12 2, 73 | man who leads a woman to commit fornication deprives her 13 2, 73 | to do this harm, but to commit ~fornication. In this case 14 2, 74 | object. Now it is possible to commit a mortal ~sin about the 15 2, 74 | would seem impossible to commit even a venial sin, ~deliberately, 16 2, 75 | act, man ~is disposed to commit more readily another like 17 2, 83 | the first inclination to commit a sin, and ~this is the 18 2, 84 | Q[76], A[2]). That a man commit a sin ~with a good intention, 19 2, 88 | break a commandment is to commit a mortal sin, it ~seems 20 2, 88 | not ~diminished if a man commit fornication in order to 21 2, 89 | neighbor, and do good works, commit ~venial sins: for it is 22 2, 89 | venially sometimes, yet they commit but slight venial sins, ~ 23 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Whether man could commit a venial sin in the state 24 2, 89 | would seem that man could commit a venial sin in the state 25 2, 89 | sin. Therefore he could commit a venial sin without sinning 26 2, 89 | sins. ~Therefore man could commit a venial sin before he committed 27 2, 89 | 10). Therefore he could commit a sin that would not deprive 28 2, 89 | admitted that man could not commit a ~venial sin in the state 29 2, 89 | was impossible for him to ~commit a sin which was venial in 30 2, 89 | innocence, man could not commit a venial ~sin, before committing 31 2, 89 | the angels." But man can commit a venial sin ~in the higher 32 2, 89 | Therefore an angel can commit a venial ~sin also.~Aquin.: 33 2, 89 | state of original sin, can commit one mortal sin without committing ~ 34 2, 89 | another. Therefore he can also commit a venial sin without committing 35 2, 89 | child is first ~able to commit an actual sin: and when 36 2, 100 | the third, "Thou shalt not commit adultery"; the fourth, ~" 37 2, 100 | is said, "Thou shalt not commit ~adultery, Thou shalt not 38 2, 100 | the words, "Thou shalt not commit adultery": sometimes in ~ 39 2, 105 | But dumb ~animals cannot commit a fault. Therefore the Law 40 2, 107 | wife . . . maketh her to commit adultery." Furthermore, 41 2, 107 | not kill; Thou shalt not commit adultery: but the commandments 42 2, 10 | one who has the faith, can commit an actual sin, venial or 43 2, 11 | evil, the children of men commit ~evils without any fear."~ 44 2, 13 | seems that man comes ~to commit this sin through committing 45 2, 13 | tempts him, to be led to ~commit the most grievous of sins 46 2, 13 | nor does a man come to commit this sin all at ~once, in 47 2, 16 | is written (Ps. ~36:5): "Commit thy way to the Lord, and 48 2, 19 | De Sum. Bono ii, 14): "To commit a crime is to ~kill the 49 2, 23 | Now, ~seemingly, one may commit a mortal sin, and yet retain 50 2, 23 | suddenly go so far as to ~commit a mortal sin, but is disposed 51 2, 30 | fixed time when a man ~would commit a mortal sin unless he gave 52 2, 30 | another's property than to commit murder, of which a man is 53 2, 30 | would be ~lawful for him to commit a theft in order to give 54 2, 32 | not kill, Thou shalt not commit adultery, count for little 55 2, 33 | transmutation a man becomes apt to commit some particular sin. ~Hence 56 2, 34 | one should be advised to commit a sin. ~Therefore envy is 57 2, 36 | pleased that his neighbor ~commit a mortal sin. But the Apostle 58 2, 39 | are guilty of ~strife and commit sin, but those who defend 59 2, 41 | person goes so far as to commit a mortal ~sin through another' 60 2, 41 | scandal. If, however, they ~commit any venial sins even in 61 2, 41 | one ought ~sometimes to commit a venial sin in order to 62 2, 41 | evident that no man ought to ~commit a mortal sin, in order to 63 2, 41 | have said that one ought to commit a venial sin in ~order to 64 2, 53 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Those who commit frauds, do not design anything 65 2, 55 | is lawful to steal or to commit ~adultery. Hence it is written ( 66 2, 62 | although he may ~lawfully commit himself to the judgment 67 2, 62 | because she ought not to ~commit on herself the very great 68 2, 62 | Now nobody may lawfully commit simple fornication or adultery ~ 69 2, 64 | employs ~secrecy in order to commit a sin, for instance in fraud 70 2, 64 | and takes it, he ~seems to commit a theft, for he takes another' 71 2, 64 | he keep it, he does not commit a theft [*Inst. II, i, 47]. ~ 72 2, 67 | is sometimes unwilling to commit a ~sin in order to escape 73 2, 68 | order that he ~may fear to commit a mortal sin of perjury. 74 2, 70 | such a case a man might commit a ~mortal sin, even though 75 2, 71 | not only they that" commit sins, "but they also that 76 2, 73 | Nor is it true that to ~commit a venial sin is to relapse 77 2, 76 | wherefore he would evidently commit a sin of ~injustice. In 78 2, 83 | man thieves in order to commit fornication, his ~theft 79 2, 87 | if one were to swear to ~commit a sin, or to desist from 80 2, 87 | if a man were to swear to commit adultery), ~or through being 81 2, 87 | because if a man swear to commit a sin, he sinned ~in swearing, 82 2, 87 | as ~when a man swears to commit a murder, or because it 83 2, 96 | If therefore ~he would commit a sin even if he did it 84 2, 96 | it is more grievous to commit ~perjury in swearing by 85 2, 98 | to some, the Pope cannot commit simony: yet he ~can buy 86 2, 98 | In like manner he might commit simony by accepting from 87 2, 105 | man has helped another to commit a sin. Therefore, since 88 2, 105 | he that helps ~another to commit a sin does him not a favor 89 2, 105 | that he should be helped to commit a sin, because this ~would 90 2, 106 | being compelled by fear to ~commit a sin. Therefore vengeance 91 2, 111 | OBJ 3: A man should not commit one sin in order to avoid 92 2, 134 | betray their ~country or commit some other misdeed. Now 93 2, 148 | when sober, we unknowingly commit through drunkenness." ~Therefore 94 2, 151 | that end, a man proceeds to commit many sins, all of which 95 2, 152 | sin of lust. Yet he may commit rape if he take her ~away 96 2, 152 | commanded: "Thou shalt not commit adultery"); "and secondly, 97 2, 152 | consecrated person. Again, one may commit a sacrilege by partaking ~ 98 2, 152 | which should all nations commit, they should all stand guilty 99 2, 154 | necessarily, for then he would commit no sin, but through a certain ~ 100 2, 160 | OBJ 2: A man may sometimes commit a sin effectively, but not ~ 101 2, 160 | being it is good for him to commit fornication; yet he is not 102 2, 161 | sins more grievously, if he commit a sin. Therefore ~Adam sinned 103 2, 165 | lies, they have labored ~to commit iniquity."~Aquin.: SMT SS 104 2, 168 | sometimes that a man goes on to commit murder ~(and this is forbidden 105 2, 182 | instance, 'Thou ~shalt not commit adultery,' and whatever 106 2, 183 | our Lord, when about to commit the pastoral ~office to 107 2, 183 | belongs to the ~poor, they commit and incur the guilt of sacrilege." 108 2, 184 | seculars. Therefore if they ~commit any sins, God is less angry 109 2, 184 | weakness or ignorance, commit a sin that is not against 110 2, 184 | scandal (for instance if he commit it in ~secret) he sins less 111 2, 185 | belongs to the poor they commit ~and incur the guilt of 112 2, 187 | monastery or abbot; nor did he commit ~his promise to writing, 113 3, 42 | fitting that Christ should not commit His ~doctrine to writing. 114 3, 44 | because such things cannot commit a ~fault or be punished: " 115 3, 49 | respect to the crimes they commit against ~Him, according 116 3, 69 | insincerely, ~and afterwards commit a number of sins. And yet 117 3, 72 | virtue of which he can commit to certain lower orders 118 3, 80 | of Christ it is worse to commit mortal ~sin by unjustly 119 3, 80 | because no one ought to commit mortal sin in order to keep ~ 120 3, 80 | bystanders or the communicant, commit ~idolatry by believing that 121 3, 83 | dilemma a man must necessarily commit ~mortal sin by acting against 122 3, 84 | deploring ~them," not to commit again, either by act or 123 3, 86 | man who has ~been wont to commit several kinds of sin, renounces 124 3, 87 | would grieve him, were he to commit it, even though he were ~ 125 3, 87 | purpose of taking steps to commit fewer venial sins, else 126 3, 88 | man, while intending to commit a sin, e.g. murder or adultery, 127 3, 89 | over them. But those who commit ~such sins occultly and 128 Suppl, 2 | for actual sins he will commit?~(5) Whether, for the sins 129 Suppl, 3 | over again rather than ~commit the same sin.~Aquin.: SMT 130 Suppl, 6 | even in those who do not commit mortal sins.~Aquin.: SMT 131 Suppl, 6 | Reply OBJ 4: A man does not commit a falsehood by making satisfaction ~ 132 Suppl, 6 | for a sin which he did not commit, as when anyone confesses 133 Suppl, 6 | priest at hand, he would commit a mortal sin; and in like 134 Suppl, 6 | a man in need, he would commit a mortal sin, ~which is 135 Suppl, 8 | salvation and God's glory, to commit ~matters of jurisdiction 136 Suppl, 8 | people, and each of them can commit matters of jurisdiction 137 Suppl, 9 | Therefore if a man does not commit a sin again, ~his penance 138 Suppl, 20| judgment of which he does not commit to his inferior; otherwise 139 Suppl, 23| ought to die rather ~than commit a mortal sin." But this 140 Suppl, 23| suffer death rather than commit a mortal sin, so ~is it 141 Suppl, 23| duty to do so sooner than commit a venial sin, inasmuch as 142 Suppl, 25| publish indulgences would commit a mortal sin: which is ~ 143 Suppl, 28| doing penance, a person may commit the ~same sins over again, 144 Suppl, 32| those members, and ~they may commit inwardly the sins that pertain 145 Suppl, 36| Church. Now a man would commit a mortal sin were he knowingly 146 Suppl, 43| instance if the spouse were to ~commit fornication with a kinswoman 147 Suppl, 43| another if meanwhile they commit ~fornication. Consequently 148 Suppl, 45| he uses marriage he will ~commit fornication.~Aquin.: SMT 149 Suppl, 47| a constant man does not commit a sin, not even a very slight ~ 150 Suppl, 47| a lesser evil, namely to commit sin ~through fear of bodily 151 Suppl, 59| fornication, maketh her to commit ~adultery."~Aquin.: SMT 152 Suppl, 62| the sin is greater if both commit fornication, than if ~one 153 Suppl, 62| commits it. But if both commit fornication, they cannot 154 Suppl, 62| Therefore seemingly he does not commit adultery if he marry ~again 155 Suppl, 64| his asking; since he might commit fornication. ~Therefore, 156 Suppl, 64| festal time. For those who commit a sin as well as those who 157 Suppl, 65| Juda, who did not abhor to commit fornication ~with Thamar, 158 Suppl, 65| namely, "Thou shalt not commit adultery." Therefore it 159 Suppl, 93| aureole is due to those who commit the sacred doctrine ~to 160 Suppl, 95| double punishment" ~if he commit a crime through being drunk (


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