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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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correction

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1 2, 94 | said to be given for the correction of ~the natural law, either 2 2, 94 | perversion stood in need of correction.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 3 2, 103 | on them until the time of correction."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] 4 2, 109 | mortal sin cannot avoid sin, correction would seem to be given to ~ 5 2, 109 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Correction is useful "in order that 6 2, 109 | that out of the sorrow of ~correction may spring the wish to be 7 2, 109 | that whilst the noise of ~correction is outwardly resounding 8 2, 109 | De Corr. et ~Gratia vi). Correction is therefore necessary, 9 2, 29 | beneficence, (3) ~Fraternal correction, which is a kind of alms.~ 10 2, 31 | Para. 1/1 - OF FRATERNAL CORRECTION (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We must 11 2, 31 | must now consider Fraternal Correction, under which head there 12 2, 31 | inquiry:~(1) Whether fraternal correction is an act of charity?~(2) 13 2, 31 | corrected?~(7) Whether secret correction should precede denouncement?~( 14 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~Whether fraternal correction is an act of charity?~Aquin.: 15 2, 31 | would seem that fraternal correction is not an act of charity. ~ 16 2, 31 | charity. Therefore fraternal correction ~is an act, not of charity, 17 2, 31 | OBJ 2: Further, fraternal correction is given by secret admonition. 18 2, 31 | 5). Therefore ~fraternal correction is an act, not of charity, 19 2, 31 | Therefore it seems that the correction of a ~sinning brother, which 20 2, 31 | Therefore ~fraternal correction is an act of charity.~Aquin.: 21 2, 31 | 1/2~I answer that, The correction of the wrongdoer is a remedy 22 2, 31 | Para. 2/2~Consequently the correction of a wrongdoer is twofold, 23 2, 31 | himself. This is ~fraternal correction properly so called, which 24 2, 31 | Consequently fraternal correction ~also is an act of charity, 25 2, 31 | things. Therefore fraternal correction is an act of ~charity rather 26 2, 31 | bodily need. There is another correction which applies a ~remedy 27 2, 31 | to the common good. This correction is an act of justice, ~whose 28 2, 31 | gloss speaks of the second correction which is an act ~of justice. 29 2, 31 | if it speaks of the first correction, then it takes ~justice 30 2, 31 | which is given in ~fraternal correction is directed to the removal 31 2, 31 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Fraternal correction is not opposed to forbearance 32 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~Whether fraternal correction is a matter of precept?~ 33 2, 31 | would seem that fraternal correction is not a matter of ~precept. 34 2, 31 | despised." Therefore fraternal correction is not a matter of ~precept.~ 35 2, 31 | Decalogue. But fraternal correction does not come under ~any 36 2, 31 | found to omit ~fraternal correction: since Augustine says (De 37 2, 31 | charity." Therefore fraternal correction is not a matter of precept.~ 38 2, 31 | If, ~therefore, fraternal correction is a matter of precept, 39 2, 31 | seeking for those who ~need correction, in order that we might 40 2, 31 | number of sinners, for whose ~correction one man could not suffice, 41 2, 31 | unbecoming. ~Therefore fraternal correction is not a matter of precept.~ 42 2, 31 | precept. ~Therefore fraternal correction is a matter of precept.~ 43 2, 31 | I answer that, Fraternal correction is a matter of precept. 44 2, 31 | in its act. Now fraternal correction is directed to a brother' 45 2, 31 | 4~Reply OBJ 3: Fraternal correction may be omitted in three 46 2, 31 | 3/4~Secondly, fraternal correction may be omitted in such a 47 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~Whether fraternal correction belongs only to prelates?~ 48 2, 31 | would seem that fraternal correction belongs to prelates ~alone. 49 2, 31 | it seems that fraternal correction ~belongs to prelates alone.~ 50 2, 31 | OBJ 2: Further, fraternal correction is a spiritual alms. Now 51 2, 31 | rich. Therefore fraternal correction belongs to ~those who are 52 2, 31 | As stated above (A[1]), correction is twofold. One is an ~act 53 2, 31 | simple warning: such like correction belongs to ~anyone who has 54 2, 31 | 2/2~But there is another correction which is an act of justice 55 2, 31 | desist ~from sin. Such a correction belongs only to prelates, 56 2, 31 | as regards that fraternal correction which is common ~to all, 57 2, 31 | spiritual favors, such as correction, teaching and the like, 58 2, 31 | the precept of fraternal correction concerns priests only, but 59 2, 31 | greater danger." But fraternal correction is a work of ~mercy. Therefore 60 2, 31 | administer to his prelate ~the correction which is an act of justice 61 2, 31 | punishment: but the fraternal correction which is an act of charity 62 2, 31 | that person which ~requires correction.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 63 2, 31 | exceeds the mode of fraternal ~correction, and so Paul would not have 64 2, 31 | committed a sin. But ~fraternal correction is a matter of precept, 65 2, 31 | forbear from such like ~correction for the reason that he has 66 2, 31 | of a ~hindrance to this correction, for three reasons. First 67 2, 31 | 2/4~Secondly, such like correction becomes unseemly, on account 68 2, 31 | Since, ~therefore, fraternal correction is a matter of precept, 69 2, 31 | evil befall. Now fraternal correction is a good thing. ~Therefore 70 2, 31 | ought to ~forego fraternal correction, when we fear lest we may 71 2, 31 | stated above (A[3]) the correction of the wrongdoer is ~twofold. 72 2, 31 | has coercive force. Such correction should not be omitted lest 73 2, 31 | 2/2~The other fraternal correction is directed to the amendment 74 2, 31 | become worse, such fraternal correction should be foregone, because ~ 75 2, 31 | may be compared with the correction ~administered by prelates, 76 2, 31 | not with simple ~fraternal correction.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 77 2, 31 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Fraternal correction is a matter of precept, 78 2, 31 | Hence whenever fraternal correction hinders the end, ~namely 79 2, 31 | good, so that when ~such a correction is omitted, good is not 80 2, 31 | the precept of fraternal correction demands that a private ~ 81 2, 31 | the precept of fraternal correction does not ~demand that a 82 2, 31 | anything that requires ~correction. Therefore it would seem 83 2, 31 | the order of fraternal ~correction comes under the precept.~ 84 2, 31 | anything that he knows to need ~correction, the command rightly understood 85 2, 31 | the order of fraternal correction, whether the command be 86 2, 31 | beginning of ~fraternal correction to be hidden, when one brother 87 2, 31 | understood the order of fraternal correction to ~demand that we should 88 2, 32 | beneficence and fraternal correction.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] Out. 89 2, 34 | ordinance, either for the ~correction of those men, or for their 90 2, 41 | directly opposed to fraternal correction, whereby a man intends the ~ 91 2, 41 | Further, since fraternal correction is an act of charity, it 92 2, 41 | Q[33], A[1]), fraternal correction aims at ~the correction 93 2, 41 | correction aims at ~the correction of a brother, wherefore 94 2, 41 | corrected. And so, if ~the correction be omitted in order to avoid 95 2, 43 | his hatred under cover of correction.~ 96 2, 63 | everyone is allowed to impart correction, for this ~belongs to the 97 2, 63 | children for the sake ~of correction, for the same reason it 98 2, 63 | Prov. 23:13): "Withhold not correction ~from a child, for if thou 99 2, 63 | instruction may be enforced by correction.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 100 2, 63 | children ~for the purpose of correction, but from inflicting blows 101 2, 63 | pertains to the moderation of correction; ~secondly, that they should 102 2, 63 | lawful for anyone to impart correction to a willing ~subject. But 103 2, 66 | virtue ~of her office, to the correction of the brother.~Aquin.: 104 2, 70 | belongings for the purpose of correction, so too, for the purpose 105 2, 70 | too, for the purpose of ~correction, may one say a mocking word 106 2, 81 | foreknown to death; even as the correction whereby we correct the ~ 107 2, 81 | Now just as the benefit of correction must not ~be refused to 108 2, 81 | on the wicked for their correction. ~Thirdly, because they 109 2, 81 | of destroying sin by the correction of men. Fourthly, by way 110 2, 97 | for the purpose of man's correction, it has a manifest utility, 111 2, 98 | power, ~for instance, for correction, dispensation, and so forth.~ 112 2, 140 | 23:13,14): "Withhold not correction from a child . . . Thou 113 2, 148 | Further, every sin calls for correction. But correction is not ~ 114 2, 148 | calls for correction. But correction is not ~applied to drunkards: 115 2, 148 | Reply OBJ 4: Sometimes the correction of a sinner is to be foregone, 116 2, 154 | cured by admonishment and correction, which seemingly are no 117 2, 154 | remedy of ~admonishment and correction, which induce him to begin 118 2, 155 | instance justice, or the ~correction of the person punished. 119 2, 156 | maintaining of justice and the correction of defaults, then the desire 120 2, 158 | would seem to regard the correction of our ~neighbor, according 121 2, 166 | artifice, but not without correction."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] 122 2, 183 | cease, for instance by the correction of ~his subjects, cessation 123 Suppl, 21| unto damnation, but unto correction, since the ~Church has the 124 Suppl, 60| to correct his wife. But correction ~is given by inflicting 125 Suppl, 60| less concerned with her correction. But he who kills ~another 126 Suppl, 62| bed is ~prescribed as a correction of the wife who is guilty 127 Suppl, 62| having ~recourse to her due correction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 128 Suppl, 62| be preceded by fraternal ~correction." Accordingly the saying 129 Suppl, 62| in view is not only the correction of the guilty party, but ~ 130 Suppl, 85| are written for our correction, upon whom the ends of the ~ 131 Suppl, 96| does not lead to their ~correction, nor to that of others, 132 Suppl, 96| are intended for their ~correction: whereas those punishments, 133 Suppl, 96| not intended for ~their correction; although they may be intended 134 Suppl, 96| may be intended for the correction and ~tranquillity of the 135 Suppl, 96| of the wicked is for the correction of those who are now in 136 Suppl, 96| punishments are intended for correction, not only when they ~are


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