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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mortally

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1 2, 63 | grace, so as never ~to sin mortally, yet he is not hindered 2 2, 72 | therefore is said to sin mortally and to ~deserve eternal 3 2, 74 | Therefore he seems not to sin mortally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 4 2, 74 | in this sense, it may sin mortally; since ~even the acts of 5 2, 74 | wherefore it sins, not mortally, but venially.~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 74 | higher ~reason always sins mortally, if the acts of the lower 7 2, 74 | its genus; or it may sin mortally in giving a deliberate consent; 8 2, 74 | lower powers, it always sins mortally, in ~things which are mortal 9 2, 80 | 2: Further, whoever sins mortally, becomes the slave of the 10 2, 88 | that whoever sins, sins mortally. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 11 2, 88 | that whoever sins, ~sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 12 2, 88 | immutable good, so that he sins ~mortally. Therefore venial sin is 13 2, 88 | who sins venially, sins ~mortally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 14 2, 88 | this, that ~he who sins mortally loves a creature more than 15 2, 89 | venial sin without sinning mortally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 16 2, 89 | sin is. Now man could sin mortally ~notwithstanding the integrity 17 2, 89 | original state by sinning mortally.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 18 2, 89 | and he did, by sinning mortally. Therefore ~he could also 19 2, 89 | pride. Therefore they sin mortally in everything ~that they 20 2, 89 | all such things they sin mortally, on account of the end ~ 21 2, 89 | particular age, he will sin mortally, for through not ~doing 22 2, 100 | breaks a commandment sins mortally. If ~therefore the mode 23 2, 100 | otherwise than from charity sins mortally. But whoever has ~not charity, 24 2, 100 | whoever has not charity, sins mortally in whatever he does, however 25 2, 100 | not having charity sins mortally ~whenever he does something 26 2, 103 | false declaration, he sins mortally. Now, though our faith in ~ 27 2, 109 | could avoid sinning ~either mortally or venially; since to sin 28 2, 109 | commandments, and thus sins mortally: especially since, when ~ 29 2, 4 | manner, when a man sins ~mortally after having living faith, 30 2, 23 | since ~when, by sinning mortally, a man acts against charity, 31 2, 23 | cooled." ~But Peter sinned mortally in denying Christ. Therefore 32 2, 30 | There is a time when we sin mortally if we omit to give ~alms; 33 2, 42 | precept, and consequently sins mortally. Now ~a venial sin does 34 2, 42 | not fulfil a precept sins mortally, since ~according to Ambrose ( 35 2, 42 | love of God, does not sin mortally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 36 2, 57 | whoever does an injustice sins mortally?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 37 2, 57 | does an injustice sins ~mortally. For venial sin is opposed 38 2, 57 | that does an injustice sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 39 2, 57 | that does an injustice sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 40 2, 57 | whoever does an injustice sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[59] A[ 41 2, 67 | and so he does not sin ~mortally if he tell a lie in court.~ 42 2, 67 | escape death, he does not sin mortally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 43 2, 67 | order of justice, sins ~mortally, as stated above (Q[59], 44 2, 67 | mendaciously deny it, he sins mortally. If, on the other hand, 45 2, 68 | false thing, he does not sin mortally if he ~asserts it, because 46 2, 96 | guilty of perjury and sins mortally. Nevertheless the ~Sovereign 47 2, 96 | that he has not sinned ~mortally. The reason why the law 48 2, 105 | to do so, he does not sin mortally. It is ~nevertheless a venial 49 2, 106 | 2: Further, all who sin mortally seem to be deserving of 50 2, 106 | Therefore if some who sin mortally are punished with death, ~ 51 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 2: All who sin mortally are deserving of eternal 52 2, 108 | neighbor, and one ~sins mortally if one has merely the intention 53 2, 108 | not follow that they sin mortally when they lie in other ~ 54 2, 109 | a hypocrite always sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] A[ 55 2, 113 | another induces him to sin ~mortally: hence a gloss on Ps. 140: 56 2, 116 | hay, stubble, sins not mortally but venially, for it is ~ 57 2, 122 | for some time after being mortally wounded for Christ's sake, 58 2, 123 | thus sometimes a man sins mortally by ~consenting to concupiscence, 59 2, 130 | is proper to ~God, sins mortally. Now by desiring vainglory, 60 2, 131 | without losing the habit, or mortally and with loss ~of the habit 61 2, 131 | sometimes venially, sometimes mortally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] A[ 62 2, 145 | who do not fast would ~sin mortally, and a widespreading snare 63 2, 145 | fasts of the Church, sin mortally. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 64 2, 148 | avoids sin, and thus he ~sins mortally by running the risk of falling 65 2, 152 | someone into heresy, sins mortally ~on account of his corrupt 66 2, 152 | on this account they are mortally ~sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS 67 2, 167 | apparel?~(2) Whether women sin mortally by excessive adornment?~ 68 2, 167 | these means of adornment sin mortally.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[169] A[ 69 2, 167 | others to lust, they sin mortally; whereas if they ~do so 70 2, 183 | own?~(7) Whether he sins mortally by not distributing ecclesiastical 71 2, 183 | 1/1~Whether bishops sin mortally if they distribute not to 72 2, 183 | would seem that bishops sin mortally if they distribute not to ~ 73 2, 183 | violence. Therefore bishops sin mortally if they give not to the 74 2, 183 | belongs to ~another, sins mortally and is bound to restitution. 75 2, 183 | therefore do ~bishops sin mortally if they give not to the 76 2, 183 | unfaithful dispenser, sins mortally, and is bound to restitution.~ 77 2, 184 | Whether a religious sins mortally whenever he transgresses 78 2, 184 | Whether a religious sins mortally whenever he transgresses 79 2, 184 | seem that a religious sins mortally whenever he ~transgresses 80 2, 184 | profession. Therefore they sin ~mortally by transgressing the things 81 2, 184 | transgresses a precept of law sins mortally. Therefore ~it would seem 82 2, 184 | would seem that a monk sins mortally if he transgresses the things ~ 83 2, 184 | seem that a religious sins mortally by frequently transgressing 84 2, 184 | they may sin venially or mortally ~through neglect, concupiscence, 85 2, 187 | immutable good by ~sinning mortally. Hence it is evident that 86 3, 27 | thence-forward never to sin either mortally or ~venially: whereas to 87 3, 27 | thenceforward not to sin mortally, through the protection 88 3, 80 | purchases damnation, by sinning mortally.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 89 3, 80 | sacrament: and therefore he sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 90 3, 80 | him; than for him to sin mortally by receiving the body ~of 91 3, 80 | the secret sinner to sin mortally ~in taking the body of Christ, 92 3, 80 | that the sinner should ~sin mortally; because no one ought to 93 3, 84 | true Penance, a man can sin mortally. ~Secondly, they erred in 94 3, 88 | Consequently if a man sins mortally after making restitution, 95 Suppl, 6 | doubt, because he sins ~mortally by committing or omitting 96 Suppl, 6 | and so he would ~not sin mortally, if he were not baptized 97 Suppl, 21| temporalities, one may sin mortally and act against ~charity, 98 Suppl, 21| he would "ipso facto" sin mortally.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 99 Suppl, 25| faith void. and so sins ~mortally. If therefore indulgences 100 Suppl, 36| of presumption and sins mortally. Consequently holiness ~ 101 Suppl, 36| constitution, else it is ~mortally dangerous to take them; 102 Suppl, 36| already. But Heli sinned ~mortally by not correcting his sons 103 Suppl, 36| promotes the unworthy sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 104 Suppl, 36| another in a mortal sin, sins ~mortally. If therefore a sinner sins 105 Suppl, 36| therefore a sinner sins mortally by exercising his order, 106 Suppl, 36| thing from him also sins mortally: and ~this seems absurd.~ 107 Suppl, 36| unworthily, and thus he sins mortally: and in like ~manner any 108 Suppl, 36| exercise it. Now a man sins mortally if he present ~himself for 109 Suppl, 36| more therefore does he sin ~mortally whenever he exercises his 110 Suppl, 36| the law, and thereby sins mortally. Now ~anyone who exercises 111 Suppl, 36| it is clear that he sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 112 Suppl, 36| state of mortal sin, he sins mortally, and as often as he ~performs 113 Suppl, 36| of their ~office they sin mortally. It would be otherwise if 114 Suppl, 43| fulfills not his promise sins ~mortally, unless a lawful impediment 115 Suppl, 43| and that he did not sin mortally; and that this vision was 116 Suppl, 43| Wherefore a man can sin mortally before he can bind himself 117 Suppl, 49| pleasure. Therefore he sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 118 Suppl, 49| God. Therefore he sins ~mortally.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 119 Suppl, 49| Therefore every such man sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 120 Suppl, 53| and therefore he sins ~mortally the first time he has intercourse 121 Suppl, 62| consents with one who sins mortally, is also ~guilty of mortal 122 Suppl, 62| Christ, and therefore sins mortally.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 123 Suppl, 62| consanguinity with his wife, he sins mortally if he has ~carnal intercourse 124 Suppl, 62| Therefore he also sins mortally if he does ~so after knowing 125 Suppl, 64| a menstruous woman sins mortally. Therefore she also sins ~ 126 Suppl, 64| Therefore she also sins ~mortally by consenting to pay the 127 Suppl, 64| happened had she not ~sinned mortally. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 128 Suppl, 64| therefore do ~husbands sin mortally if they have intercourse 129 Suppl, 64| or husband does not sin mortally by ~asking for the debt 130 Suppl, 71| is clear that they sinned mortally through acting ~against 131 Suppl, 96| anyone else. Now whoever sins mortally sins against God, Whose ~ 132 Suppl, 96| Therefore ~whoever sins mortally deserves infinite punishment; 133 Suppl, 96| objected that some who ~sin mortally propose to amend their life


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