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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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stain

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1 1, 105 | former seems to point ~to the stain of sin which appertains 2 2, 74 | life, since, though the stain of original sin passes, ~ 3 2, 81 | from the very fact that the stain on the child's soul ~is 4 2, 81 | would cease to be a guilty stain binding its ~subject to 5 2, 81 | and with that nature, the stain which infects it: for he 6 2, 85 | good of nature; (2) the stain on the soul; (3) the debt 7 2, 86 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE STAIN OF SIN (TWO ARTICLES)~We 8 2, 86 | We must now consider the stain of sin; under which head 9 2, 86 | Whether an effect of sin is a stain on the soul?~(2) Whether 10 2, 86 | 1/1~Whether sin causes a stain on the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 11 2, 86 | seem that sin causes no stain on the soul. For a higher ~ 12 2, 86 | it ~does not contract a stain from them by sinning.~Aquin.: 13 2, 86 | Further, if sin causes a stain, this stain is either something ~ 14 2, 86 | sin causes a stain, this stain is either something ~positive, 15 2, 86 | for it happens ~that a stain remains even after the removal 16 2, 86 | opposite vice. Therefore the ~stain does not denote anything 17 2, 86 | follow that there is but one stain ~caused by all sins. Therefore 18 2, 86 | all sins. Therefore the stain is not the effect of sin.~ 19 2, 86 | case it is question of the stain of sin. Therefore a stain 20 2, 86 | stain of sin. Therefore a stain is the effect ~of sin.~Aquin.: 21 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A stain is properly ascribed to 22 2, 86 | the like. Accordingly a stain is ascribed ~to spiritual 23 2, 86 | metaphorically called a ~stain on the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The stain is neither something positive 25 2, 86 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the stain remains in the soul after 26 2, 86 | It would seem that the stain does not remain in the soul 27 2, 86 | or disposition. But the stain is not a habit or disposition, 28 2, 86 | OBJ[3]). Therefore the stain does not remain in the ~ 29 2, 86 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the stain is to the sin what the shadow 30 2, 86 | passed by. Therefore the stain does not remain in the soul 31 2, 86 | cause. Now the cause of the ~stain is the act of sin. Therefore 32 2, 86 | longer ~there, neither is the stain in the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 86 | with Beelphegor, and the stain of that crime remaineth 34 2, 86 | 1/1~I answer that, The stain of sin remains in the soul 35 2, 86 | reason for this is that the stain, as stated above (A[1]~), 36 2, 86 | remains out of this light, the stain of sin remains in ~him: 37 2, 86 | the light of reason, the stain is removed. For although 38 2, 86 | act of sin ceases, is the stain removed.~ 39 2, 87 | but on the part of the stain, for as long ~as this remains, 40 2, 87 | act, and ~the consequent stain. Now it is evident that 41 2, 87 | removal of sin as to the stain, it is evident ~that the 42 2, 87 | it is evident ~that the stain of sin cannot be removed 43 2, 87 | brightness, in which the stain consists, as ~stated above ( 44 2, 87 | his will. ~Wherefore the stain of sin cannot be removed 45 2, 87 | therefore, say that, when the stain of ~sin has been removed, 46 2, 87 | act of sin has ceased, the stain remains, ~as stated above ( 47 2, 87 | can remain. ~But when the stain has been removed, the debt 48 2, 87 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: When the stain is removed, the wound of 49 2, 89 | Whether venial sin causes a stain in the soul?~(2) Of the 50 2, 89 | Whether venial sin causes a stain on the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 89 | that venial sin causes a stain in the soul. For ~Augustine 52 2, 89 | heavenly spouse. But the stain of sin is nothing ~else 53 2, 89 | Therefore venial sins cause a ~stain in the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 89 | Further, mortal sin causes a stain in the soul, on account 55 2, 89 | Therefore venial sin causes a stain in the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 89 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the stain on the soul is caused by 57 2, 89 | therefore, venial sin brings a stain on the soul. ~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 89 | to ~mortal sin to cause a stain on the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 59 2, 89 | stated above (Q[86], A[1]), a stain denotes a loss of ~comeliness 60 2, 89 | acts. On the other hand a stain denotes ~something permanent 61 2, 89 | venial sin does not cause a stain in the soul. If, ~however, 62 2, 89 | anywhere that it does induce a stain, this is ~in a restricted 63 2, 100 | man is preserved from the stain of sin, ~and his soul is 64 2, 102 | they should have no bodily stain or defect: since men so ~ 65 2, 105 | i.e. it never knew the stain of revolt. The fact of ~ 66 2, 109 | 1]; Q[87], A[1]), viz. ~stain, corruption of natural good, 67 2, 109 | punishment. He incurs a ~stain, inasmuch as he forfeits 68 2, 10 | Baptism removes forthwith the stain of sin and the debt of ~ 69 2, 62 | of the mind there is no ~stain on the body," as the Blessed 70 3, 22 | comprised in sin - namely, the ~stain of sin and the debt of punishment. 71 3, 22 | debt of punishment. The stain of sin is, indeed, ~blotted 72 3, 26 | contract both debt and ~stain . . . . . all need a Redeemer 73 3, 26 | Redeemer to destroy the stain contracted ~PARTIALLY EXEMPT 74 3, 26 | contracted the debt, but not the stain . . ~. . . Mary needed a 75 3, 26 | her from contracting the stain ~WHOLLY EXEMPT FROM THE 76 3, 26 | could not transmit the stain to His ~soul . . . . . no 77 3, 26 | contracted neither debt nor stain . . . . . Jesus Christ is 78 3, 27 | sin, as to the personal stain; but she was not freed from 79 3, 27 | never have ~incurred the stain of original sin: and thus 80 3, 27 | had never incurred the ~stain of original sin, this would 81 3, 27 | not cleanse her from the stain of sin or fomes, but ~rather 82 3, 27 | purified, in whom there is no stain, as Dionysius ~says (Eccl. 83 3, 28 | i.e. the Lamb without ~stain) "who taketh away the sin 84 3, 35 | of sin, and without the stain of sexual mingling, therefore ~ 85 3, 52 | nevertheless ~delivered from all stain of sin by faith in Christ: 86 3, 64 | one who is without the stain of sin, according to Lev. 87 3, 66 | soul is freed ~from the stain and debt of sin which it 88 3, 68 | First, on ~account of the stain and the debt of punishment 89 3, 69 | with the cleansing from the stain of sin, ~but none, seemingly, 90 3, 71 | over man ~remains as to the stain of sin, and the debt of 91 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 4: Although the stain of guilt be taken away by 92 3, 86 | that "so great ~is the stain of that sin (namely, when 93 3, 86 | thus: "So ~great is the stain of that sin, that man is 94 3, 87 | Further, venial sin produces a stain on the soul. Now a stain 95 3, 87 | stain on the soul. Now a stain is ~not removed save by 96 3, 87 | are two kinds of bodily stain, one consisting ~in the 97 3, 87 | e.g. mud or dust; so too, a stain is put on the ~soul, in 98 3, 88 | that, in consequence, the stain resulting from the privation 99 3, 88 | different aversion, a different ~stain, a different debt of punishment, 100 3, 88 | question is moved whether the ~stain and the debt of eternal 101 3, 88 | no way possible for the stain of past sins and the ~debt 102 3, 88 | OBJ 4: Grace removes the stain and the debt of eternal 103 3, 89 | God's mercy, no further stain or debt of punishment is 104 Suppl, 2 | sinners, a man contracts a stain by ~consenting to their 105 Suppl, 17| through sin, both as to ~the stain and as to the debt of punishment. 106 Suppl, 18| cleanse the heart from ~the stain of sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 107 Suppl, 30| three things in sin, the stain, ~the debt of punishment, 108 Suppl, 30| Unction does ~not remit the stain without contrition, and 109 Suppl, 30| things. For, although the stain of sin is not washed out 110 Suppl, 47| such as death, blows, ~the stain resulting from rape, and 111 Suppl, 49| the marriage-bed without stain" ~(Gen. ad lit. ix). In 112 Suppl, 49| in which there is not the stain of original sin. ~Hence 113 Suppl, 62| neither in act nor in the stain of sin, there still remains ~ 114 Suppl, 66| triumphant in which there is no stain. Also that the synagogue ~ 115 Suppl, 72| death. But there can be no stain of sin in the elements of 116 Suppl, 72| namely the corruption and stain of sin - because according 117 Suppl, 72| cannot be the subject of the stain of sin, nevertheless, on 118 Suppl, 72| will ~remove from it the stain contracted from sin, and 119 Suppl, 72| deluge regarded ~only the stain of sin. Now the sin which 120 Suppl, 72| cleansing regards both the stain of sin and the impurity 121 Suppl, 72| empyrean ~heaven contract any stain from the sin of the demons, 122 Suppl, 72| cleansed both ~from the stain which they contracted from 123 Suppl, 72| there is an everlasting stain is never ~cleansed. Now 124 Suppl, 72| Now there will always be a stain in hell. Since, then, hell 125 Suppl, 72| cleansed both from the stain of sin by which also the 126 Suppl, 72| its summit; and so the ~stain of sin did not reach the 127 Suppl, 72| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the stain of sin is more abundant 128 Suppl, 72| cleansed on account of ~the stain of sin. Much therefore will 129 Suppl, 75| him should contract the ~stain of original sin, and consequently 130 Suppl, 84| nothing else than the guilt or stain. ~Since then in many persons 131 Suppl, 84| many persons the guilt or stain of many sins is blotted 132 Appen2, 1| paid in ~full after the stain of sin has been washed away


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