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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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secret

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | contingent things, and of secret thoughts; for this ~knowledge 2 1, 12 | he said: "I have ~heard secret words which it is not granted 3 1, 23 | eternal happiness [*From the 'secret' prayer of the missal, ' 4 1, 32 | is impossible to know the secret of generation. The mind ~ 5 1, 57 | future?~(4) Whether they know secret thoughts?~(5) Whether they 6 1, 57 | 1/1~Whether angels know secret thoughts?~Aquin.: SMT FP 7 1, 57 | seem that the angels know secret thoughts. For Gregory ~( 8 1, 57 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A secret thought can be known in 9 1, 57 | nothing without ~revealing His secret to His servants the prophets." 10 1, 58 | future?~(4) Whether they know secret thoughts?~(5) Whether they 11 1, 58 | 1/1~Whether angels know secret thoughts?~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 58 | seem that the angels know secret thoughts. For Gregory ~( 13 1, 58 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A secret thought can be known in 14 1, 58 | nothing without ~revealing His secret to His servants the prophets." 15 1, 93 | contingencies, or as regards secret thoughts, man in the primitive 16 2, 80 | fills men's hearts with secret lusts." Therefore ~the devil 17 2, 112 | understand sins? From my secret ~ones cleanse me, O Lord, 18 2, 1 | in eternal life: viz. the secret of the Godhead, to see ~ 19 2, 15 | the Old Law, however, the secret things of faith were not 20 2, 30 | thy Father Who seeth in ~secret, will repay thee." Now the 21 2, 31 | being corrected?~(7) Whether secret correction should precede 22 2, 31 | fraternal correction is given by secret admonition. Now ~admonition 23 2, 31 | previously warning him in secret. Therefore it seems that 24 2, 31 | Lord admonished Judas in secret before denouncing him. Therefore 25 2, 31 | precept does not require that secret admonition should precede 26 2, 31 | previously admonishing him in secret: for it is decided in the 27 2, 31 | does not require that a secret admonition should precede ~ 28 2, 31 | fault, without any previous secret admonition. Therefore it 29 2, 31 | them ~this, even before any secret admonition. Therefore the 30 2, 31 | precept does not ~require secret admonition before public 31 2, 31 | may be either public or ~secret. In the case of public sins, 32 2, 31 | other hand, in the case of secret sins, the words of Our Lord ~ 33 2, 31 | take offense even at his ~secret sins, it seems that we must 34 2, 31 | distinction. For ~certain secret sins are hurtful to our 35 2, 31 | since he that sins thus in secret, sins not only ~against 36 2, 31 | that the precept requires a secret admonition to ~precede public 37 2, 31 | prelate is not the judge of secret things, but ~God alone is, 38 2, 31 | be brought forward. For secret sins ought not to be made 39 2, 31 | Therefore in the case of secret sins one ought not to bring ~ 40 2, 31 | witnesses to prove his own secret sin. Neither therefore ought ~ 41 2, 31 | forward witnesses to prove the secret sin of our brother.~Aquin.: 42 2, 31 | witnesses afford no proof in secret matters. Therefore it is 43 2, 31 | otherwise that when the secret ~admonition has been given 44 2, 31 | any probability that ~the secret admonition is of no avail, 45 2, 31 | further steps, however ~secret the sin may be, and call 46 2, 64 | 3) Whether theft is the secret taking of another's property?~( 47 2, 64 | theft and robbery differ as "secret" and "manifest": because ~ 48 2, 64 | other kinds of sins, the secret and the ~manifest do not 49 2, 64 | states that theft is done in secret, but that robbery is ~done 50 2, 64 | robbery of a woman cannot be secret on the part of the ~woman 51 2, 64 | wherefore even if it be secret as regards the others ~from 52 2, 66 | unlawful to receive any secret in detriment to the common 53 2, 66 | yet a thing is scarcely a secret when there are sufficient 54 2, 67 | vice of mankind to ~sin in secret, by lying to hide the sin 55 2, 68 | matters committed to him as a secret by a friend.~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 68 | other points, for instance secret matters, ~and those of which 57 2, 71 | another's ~character by secret words?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 58 2, 71 | name by words uttered in secret." For "secretly" and "openly" 59 2, 71 | that it should be done by secret ~words.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 60 2, 71 | this cannot be done by secret words, but by words uttered 61 2, 71 | backbiter are said to be secret, not ~altogether, but in 62 2, 71 | withstand reviling, but not a secret backbiting. Now ~backbiting 63 2, 71 | backbiting which takes place in secret, is not ~the daughter of 64 2, 81 | should be offered to God in secret, according to ~Mt. 6:6, " 65 2, 81 | door, pray to thy Father in secret." But prayer loses its ~ 66 2, 87 | neither the future, nor ~secret thoughts, nor distant things: 67 2, 87 | public what was hitherto secret: ~in another way by punishing 68 2, 98 | whether his sin be ~public or secret. Nor may he reclaim the 69 2, 98 | but if he has acted in secret he ~is suspended by virtue 70 2, 98 | promotion, and the fact be a secret, one can receive Orders 71 2, 113 | times ~he defames him in secret, but seeks rather his defamation.~ 72 2, 142 | man who is ashamed acts in secret, but ~he who blushes fears 73 2, 152 | But'] the ~adultery is secret, and cannot be provided 74 2, 169 | and in like manner ~the secret thoughts of one man are 75 2, 169 | nothing without revealing His secret to His servants the ~prophets." 76 2, 173 | he says that "he heard secret words, which it is not granted 77 2, 173 | 2 Cor. 12:4): "He heard secret ~words, which it is not 78 2, 184 | instance if he commit it in ~secret) he sins less grievously 79 3, 13 | mighty works to be kept secret, He gave an example to His ~ 80 3, 42 | Himself (Jn. 18:20): "In secret I have spoken ~nothing."~ 81 3, 42 | Christ teach nothing in secret: for He propounded His entire ~ 82 3, 42 | said that He speaks in ~secret when He speaks before so 83 3, 42 | spoke certain things in secret to the crowds, by ~employing 84 3, 42 | others, He expounded, not in secret, but ~openly; although He 85 3, 60 | It is good to hide the secret [sacramentum] of a king"; ~ 86 3, 60 | sacrament is a ~"sacred secret"; or from having some relationship 87 3, 60 | the sense of a "sacred ~secret." Now not only God's but 88 3, 60 | God's but also the king's, secret, is said to be ~sacred and 89 3, 62 | indeed, and penetrates every secret ~hiding-place of the conscience. 90 3, 78 | words, not as spoken in secret, but as openly ~pronounced. 91 3, 80 | of each act imputed." But secret sinners must ~not be disclosed, 92 3, 80 | among sinners: some are ~secret; others are notorious, either 93 3, 80 | can privately warn the secret sinner, or warn all openly 94 3, 80 | Although it is worse for the secret sinner to sin mortally ~ 95 3, 80 | a greater evil." But the secret sinner ought rather to prefer ~ 96 3, 81 | furnish an example ~that such secret sinners are not to be repelled 97 3, 83 | be said by the ~priest in secret. Nevertheless, in both he 98 3, 83 | And therefore before the secret prayers he says aloud, ~" 99 3, 83 | acknowledged Him only in secret.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 100 Suppl, 9 | voluntary,~shamefaced,~Entire, secret, tearful, not delayed,~Courageously 101 Suppl, 9 | confession should not always be "secret."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[ 102 Suppl, 9 | the priest, should be "secret" as regards the ~nature 103 Suppl, 11| against charity." Now the secret of ~confession would militate 104 Suppl, 11| to the ~contrary. Now the secret of confession was introduced 105 Suppl, 11| him he seem to divulge the secret of confession. Therefore 106 Suppl, 11| notwithstanding, it must be held ~secret; nor does the seal of confession 107 Suppl, 11| The precept concerning the secret of confession follows ~from 108 Suppl, 11| another man to divulge the secret of confession. ~Consequently 109 Suppl, 11| of crime or divulge the secret of confession.~Aquin.: SMT 110 Suppl, 11| one person tells another a secret, which the ~latter receives 111 Suppl, 11| but if it be done the secret must be kept in the way 112 Suppl, 11| as though ~one had the secret through confession, though 113 Suppl, 11| bound to keep the confession secret. Therefore one who ~is not 114 Suppl, 11| why a man is bound to keep secret what he hears in ~confession, 115 Suppl, 11| keeping ~the confession secret, even as the key is the 116 Suppl, 11| is bound to ~keep a sin secret: first and chiefly, because 117 Suppl, 11| someone to ~keep something secret, he would be bound to do 118 Suppl, 11| Therefore a man is bound to keep secret what ~he knows through the 119 Suppl, 11| was not bound to keep it secret. Therefore he that ~confesses 120 Suppl, 11| not bound to keep a sin secret, which he has heard in ~ 121 Suppl, 11| declare that he cannot keep it secret, for he ~cannot make such 122 Suppl, 11| he is not ~bound to keep secret, in so far as he knows it 123 Suppl, 11| But he is bound to keep it secret in ~so far as he knows it 124 Suppl, 28| judgment pronounced in a secret tribunal. Therefore it ~ 125 Suppl, 28| beyond ~the limits of a secret tribunal, since, just as 126 Suppl, 28| beyond the limits of the secret tribunal: and there is ~ 127 Suppl, 45| the sacrament. Now in a secret marriage there is the ~due 128 Suppl, 62| the husband's adultery is secret, this does not deprive ~ 129 Suppl, 68| Church: or they may marry in ~secret and be ignorant of the impediment, 130 Suppl, 69| resurrection holds the souls in ~secret receptacles according as 131 Suppl, 69| of ~suffering." Now these secret abodes cannot denote heaven 132 Suppl, 69| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Among the secret abodes of which Augustine


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