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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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forgiveness

    Part, Question
1 2, 37 | with it the hope of the forgiveness ~of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 2 2, 47 | extent calls for mercy ~and forgiveness. Those, on the other hand, 3 2, 87 | Ghost, shall never have forgiveness, but shall be guilty of 4 2, 89 | unbeliever are more deserving of forgiveness, ~on account of their ignorance, 5 2, 102 | account of man's need for the forgiveness of sin: and this typifies 6 2, 102 | people, either because the ~forgiveness of the people's sins was 7 2, 103 | uncleannesses, not to the forgiveness of sin. Hence even the ~ 8 2, 113 | other offends him, then the forgiveness of the offense can only 9 2, 113 | man ~could not obtain the forgiveness of such sins as he had forgotten. 10 2, 113 | grace is the cause of the forgiveness of sin and of obtaining 11 2, 114 | either by impetrating their forgiveness in prayer, ~or by meriting 12 2, 13 | however, close the way of forgiveness and healing to an all-powerful 13 2, 20 | it false that He grants forgiveness to those who persevere in 14 2, 63 | sometimes by a merciful forgiveness temper the judgment ~whereby 15 2, 66 | punishment, involuntary deserves forgiveness. Hence when the judge ~becomes 16 2, 81 | his enemy should ~beg his forgiveness. But to love one's enemies 17 2, 187 | thereby a man obtains the ~forgiveness of his sins. Therefore it 18 3, 38 | and lastly promise them ~forgiveness in the baptism of Christ."~ 19 3, 44 | of less account than the forgiveness of sins, does not seem a 20 3, 49 | besides are required for the ~forgiveness of sins, such as baptism 21 3, 49 | sufficient cause of the forgiveness of ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP 22 3, 49 | the proper cause of the ~forgiveness of sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP 23 3, 49 | the proper cause of the forgiveness ~of sins in three ways. 24 3, 49 | Christ's Passion causes forgiveness of sins by way ~of redemption. 25 3, 49 | Passion is the ~cause of the forgiveness of sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP 26 3, 49 | of universal cause of the forgiveness of sins, it needs to be 27 3, 49 | Passion is the cause of the forgiveness ~of sins, as stated above ( 28 3, 49 | Passion is the ~cause of the forgiveness of sin, upon which the debt 29 3, 56 | resurrection of souls comes of the forgiveness of ~sins. But this was effected 30 3, 56 | justification of souls, namely, ~forgiveness of sin and newness of life 31 3, 56 | death are the cause of the forgiveness of guilt, by which forgiveness 32 3, 56 | forgiveness of guilt, by which forgiveness we ~die unto sin: whereas 33 3, 62 | i.e. in regard to ~the forgiveness of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 34 3, 63 | who obtains the emperor's ~forgiveness after offending him. Therefore 35 3, 64 | earth to forgive sins." But forgiveness of sins is ~an inward sacramental 36 3, 69 | does indeed receive the forgiveness of all ~his sins through 37 3, 69 | A[2]) man receives the ~forgiveness of sins before Baptism in 38 3, 70 | wicked to hope for half forgiveness from ~God," as Augustine 39 3, 78 | you and for many ~unto the forgiveness of sins." For as the bread 40 3, 78 | you and for many unto the forgiveness of sins."~Aquin.: SMT TP 41 3, 79 | sacrament?~(3) Whether the forgiveness of mortal sin is an effect 42 3, 79 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the forgiveness of mortal sin is an effect 43 3, 79 | OBJ 1: It seems that the forgiveness of mortal sin is an effect 44 3, 79 | be shed for many unto the forgiveness of sins."~Aquin.: SMT TP 45 3, 79 | sin, rather than obtains forgiveness of his ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT 46 3, 79 | fount ~and cause of the forgiveness of sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP 47 3, 79 | sacrament ~does not cause the forgiveness of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 48 3, 79 | sacrament can effect the forgiveness of sin in two ~ways. First 49 3, 79 | his contrition and bring forgiveness ~of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP 50 3, 79 | may be perfected for the forgiveness of our sins; or that strength 51 3, 79 | sufficient cause of the forgiveness of mortal ~sin; yet it does 52 3, 79 | through Baptism man receives forgiveness ~of all punishment, through 53 3, 79 | avails ~much more for the forgiveness of all punishment.~Aquin.: 54 3, 79 | fervor of which man obtains forgiveness, not only of ~guilt but 55 3, 79 | chief effect, man obtains forgiveness of the ~punishment, not 56 3, 79 | oblations did not effect the ~forgiveness of the whole punishment, 57 3, 79 | grace and glory, and the forgiveness of sin, at least of venial 58 3, 79 | acquire grace and glory and ~forgiveness of sin without doing or 59 3, 79 | Passion benefits all, for the forgiveness of ~sin and the attaining 60 3, 80 | nay, rather they obtained ~forgiveness of their sins, as we read 61 3, 80 | shed, it is shed for the ~forgiveness of sins, I who sin often, 62 3, 83 | consecrated ~church one obtains forgiveness of venial sins, just as 63 3, 84 | and not ~sacrament, is the forgiveness of sin. The first of these 64 3, 84 | grant you absolution and forgiveness." Therefore the form of 65 3, 84 | says (Ep. cviii) that God's forgiveness cannot ~be obtained without 66 3, 84 | speaking there ~of God's forgiveness granted to the penitent. 67 3, 84 | grant thee absolution and ~forgiveness," because by such words 68 3, 84 | sacrament of Penance, viz. the ~forgiveness of sins, without the sacrament 69 3, 84 | in the hope of receiving forgiveness through the power of ~Christ' 70 3, 84 | Now the penitent ~receives forgiveness of his sins at once, according 71 3, 84 | although a man receives forgiveness ~of past sins in the first 72 3, 86 | 1], and so in them the ~forgiveness of sin is accompanied by 73 3, 86 | Gregory do not refer to the forgiveness of ~the guilt, but to the 74 3, 86 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the forgiveness of sins is effected in Penance 75 3, 86 | done. Consequently the ~forgiveness of guilt and of the debt 76 3, 86 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the forgiveness of guilt is an effect of 77 3, 86 | It would seem that the forgiveness of guilt is not an effect 78 3, 86 | operating grace. ~Therefore the forgiveness of guilt is not an effect 79 3, 86 | excellent than penance. ~But the forgiveness of sin is not said to be 80 3, 86 | 3: Further, there is no forgiveness of sin except through the 81 3, 86 | AA[4],5). Therefore the forgiveness of sin is ~the effect of 82 3, 86 | depends on its cause. Now ~forgiveness of sin can come from God 83 3, 86 | penitent. Therefore the ~forgiveness of sin is chiefly the effect 84 3, 86 | A[7]). Hence in Baptism forgiveness ~of sin is effected, in 85 3, 86 | power - and, similarly, the forgiveness of sin is the effect ~of 86 3, 86 | Accordingly it is evident that the forgiveness of sin is the effect of ~ 87 3, 86 | only infusion of grace and forgiveness of sin, ~but also a movement 88 3, 86 | at the same time as the ~forgiveness of sin. Consequently the 89 3, 86 | of sin. Consequently the forgiveness of sin does not take ~place 90 3, 86 | 113], A[4]). Wherefore the forgiveness of sin is accounted the 91 3, 86 | both ways, it causes the forgiveness of sin, by the power of ~ 92 3, 86 | penance is necessary for the forgiveness of sin, through ~being an 93 3, 86 | is a higher cause of the forgiveness of sin than the ~sacrament 94 3, 87 | We must now consider the forgiveness of venial sins, under which 95 3, 87 | removed by another. ~Therefore forgiveness of venial sins is caused 96 3, 87 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Forgiveness of sin, as stated above ( 97 3, 87 | penance is requisite for the forgiveness of mortal ~sin, namely that 98 3, 87 | is, not required for the forgiveness of venial sins; although 99 3, 87 | charity suffices for its ~forgiveness.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[87] A[ 100 3, 87 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Even the forgiveness of venial sins is an effect 101 3, 87 | grace is required for the ~forgiveness of venial sin, for although 102 3, 87 | grace is ~required for the forgiveness of a venial sin, but it 103 3, 87 | but it is required for the forgiveness of mortal sin. ~Therefore 104 3, 88 | penance, whereby he ~received forgiveness of his sins, is not imputed 105 3, 88 | God repented His gift of ~forgiveness.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 106 3, 88 | greater ~gift, than even the forgiveness of all sins. Therefore the 107 3, 88 | opposed to the ~favor of the forgiveness of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 108 3, 89 | assurance of God's ~merciful forgiveness, provided they be careful 109 Suppl, 2 | For one should not ask forgiveness for a sin unless one is 110 Suppl, 2 | is contrite ~for it. Now forgiveness is asked for another's sin 111 Suppl, 4 | behooves one not to lose the forgiveness which has been granted, ~ 112 Suppl, 5 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the forgiveness of sin is the effect of 113 Suppl, 5 | It would seem that the forgiveness of sin is not the effect 114 Suppl, 5 | contrition is not ~the cause of forgiveness.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] A[1] 115 Suppl, 5 | Now virtue follows the ~forgiveness of sin: because virtue and 116 Suppl, 5 | is not the cause of the forgiveness of sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 117 Suppl, 5 | have not yet received the forgiveness of their ~sins.~Aquin.: 118 Suppl, 5 | it is the ~cause of the forgiveness of sin, but not in the same 119 Suppl, 5 | as an instrument for the ~forgiveness of sin, as is evident with 120 Suppl, 5 | quasi-material cause of sin's forgiveness. For a ~disposition is, 121 Suppl, 5 | efficient cause of the ~forgiveness of sin: but the dispositive 122 Suppl, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The forgiveness of sin precedes virtue and 123 Suppl, 5 | virtue can be a cause of the forgiveness of sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 124 Suppl, 6 | to receive from God the forgiveness of one's sins, is not according 125 Suppl, 8 | a layman, ~has received forgiveness from God, for the reason 126 Suppl, 8 | any ~further grace for the forgiveness of such a sin, nor does 127 Suppl, 8 | receive a sacrament for the forgiveness of venial sins. and a ~sacramental, 128 Suppl, 8 | I answer that, After the forgiveness of sin, a punishment is 129 Suppl, 10| increase of grace, and ~forgiveness of sins would also be granted 130 Suppl, 10| can have no hope for the forgiveness of our sins ~except through 131 Suppl, 10| sin. Therefore he receives forgiveness, and then the sins ~which 132 Suppl, 16| is to an angel." But no forgiveness is possible ~for the sin 133 Suppl, 18| of present, but of future forgiveness, without ~co-operating therein 134 Suppl, 18| and did not operate the forgiveness of sins. Secondly, by a ~ 135 Suppl, 18| declaration of present forgiveness without co-operating in 136 Suppl, 19| i.e. ~holy men, He grants forgiveness of sins, in so far as He 137 Suppl, 24| is incompatible with the forgiveness of sin: wherefore one sin 138 Suppl, 30| Now grace effects ~the forgiveness of sins. Therefore since 139 Suppl, 38| is nothing else but the ~forgiveness of sins which results from 140 Suppl, 45| of the sacrament, ~namely forgiveness of sins, and consequently 141 Suppl, 71| profit gain either ~entire forgiveness, or at least an abatement 142 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the Church obtain ~forgiveness for those who are not very 143 Suppl, 75| subject to evil. Hence ~the forgiveness of debts or delivery from 144 Suppl, 83| will not have received the ~forgiveness of their sins.~Aquin.: SMT 145 Suppl, 96| will themselves obtain the forgiveness of their ~sins, and consequently 146 Suppl, 96| after sinning have obtained forgiveness by their ~works of mercy, 147 Suppl, 96| their works of mercy the forgiveness that sets them ~free altogether.~


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