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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 20 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the innocent man is better than the repentant, 2 1, 20 | the penitent more than the innocent; since He ~rejoices over 3 1, 20 | 4: The penitent and the innocent are related as exceeding 4 1, 20 | and ~exceeded. For whether innocent or penitent, those are the 5 1, 20 | the penitent than over the innocent, because often penitents 6 1, 20 | than as conferred ~on the innocent, to whom no punishment was 7 2, 87 | should thrive and that the innocent should ~be punished seem 8 2, 87 | seqq.): "Who ever perished ~innocent? Or when were the just destroyed? 9 2, 88 | murder is the slaying of the innocent, and this can nowise be 10 2, 94 | Further, the slaying of the innocent, adultery, and theft are ~ 11 2, 94 | commanded Abraham to slay his innocent son (Gn. 22:2); and when 12 2, 94 | men alike, both guilty and innocent, die the death of ~nature: 13 2, 94 | inflicted on ~any man, guilty or innocent, without any injustice whatever. 14 2, 102 | yoke," because ~Christ was innocent, nor did He carry the yoke 15 2, 10 | will necessarily slay many innocent persons." ~Therefore it 16 2, 62 | it is lawful to kill the innocent?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 17 2, 62 | it is lawful to kill the ~innocent. The fear of God is never 18 2, 62 | was willing to ~slay his innocent son. Therefore one may, 19 2, 62 | may, without sin, kill an innocent ~person.~Aquin.: SMT SS 20 2, 62 | injury to a sinful than to an innocent person, because the ~latter, 21 2, 62 | is it lawful to slay an innocent or a righteous ~person.~ 22 2, 62 | of justice, ~to slay an innocent person: for instance, when 23 2, 62 | man whom he knows to ~be innocent but who is convicted by 24 2, 62 | written (Ex. 23:7): "The innocent and just person ~thou shalt 25 2, 62 | no way lawful to slay the innocent.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 26 2, 62 | God's command kills an ~innocent man does not sin, as neither 27 2, 62 | by false ~witnesses, is innocent he must, like Daniel, examine 28 2, 62 | motive for acquitting the innocent: but if he ~cannot do this 29 2, 62 | is not he that puts the innocent ~man to death, but they 30 2, 62 | judge who has condemned an innocent man, if the ~sentence contains 31 2, 62 | nor is it he who slays the innocent man, but ~the judge whose 32 2, 64 | restitution, or to prove himself innocent. Hence he is clearly guilty 33 2, 66 | are not yet proved to be innocent ~[*1 Tim. 1:5]. Therefore 34 2, 66 | an understanding with the innocent party whom ~he has accused, 35 2, 66 | Wherefore the accused, if innocent, may condone ~the injury 36 2, 66 | desist from ~accusing an innocent man, through collusion with 37 2, 86 | 32). Yet he ~killed his innocent daughter on account of his 38 2, 86 | then, the slaying of an innocent person is not a better good, 39 2, 86 | Ch. 58] and ~a statute of Innocent IV, a year's probation is 40 2, 86 | For this reason others [*Innocent IV, on the above decretal] 41 2, 98 | 2/2~Reply OBJ 6: Some [*Innocent IV on Cap. Cum in Ecclesia, 42 2, 98 | Council, A.D. 1215, held by Innocent III], they must be ~expelled 43 2, 102 | commanded Abraham to slay his innocent son (Gn. 22); and the Jews 44 2, 102 | to Abraham to slay his ~innocent son was not contrary to 45 2, 104 | more thanks to God, the innocent or the penitent?~(3) Whether 46 2, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the innocent is more bound to give thanks 47 2, 104 | OBJ 1: It seems that the innocent is more bound to give thanks 48 2, 104 | Therefore it seems that the ~innocent is more bound to give thanks 49 2, 104 | preserved." Therefore the innocent is also more bound to give ~ 50 2, 104 | more ~continuous in the innocent than in the penitent. For 51 2, 104 | committed not." Therefore ~the innocent is more bound to give thanks 52 2, 104 | given: and in this way ~the innocent owes greater thanksgiving, 53 2, 104 | to give thanks than the innocent, because what he receives 54 2, 104 | the gift bestowed ~on the innocent is, considered absolutely, 55 2, 106 | can be separated from the ~innocent, vengeance should be wrought 56 2, 152 | being willing to slay his innocent son, ~because he obeyed 57 2, 182 | state; and to keep oneself innocent in face ~of a greater peril 58 2, 183 | reasons given above. Hence Innocent III says (Extra, de Renunt., 59 2, 183 | others' salvation. Wherefore Innocent III says in the Decretal 60 2, 186 | Licet), quoting the words of Innocent III: "Even as a greater 61 2, 187 | counsels is useful ~both to the innocent and to sinners, our Lord 62 2, 187 | Lord called not only the ~innocent youth but also the sinner 63 2, 187 | according to the decree of ~Innocent IV [*Sext. Decret., cap. 64 3, 4 | absorbed unless it exist. But Innocent III ~[*Paschas. Diac., De 65 3, 22 | Ps. 105:38: ~"They shed innocent blood; the blood of their 66 3, 31 | as ~though the flesh of innocent man was preserved in its 67 3, 45 | as Hugh of St. Victor [*Innocent III, De ~Myst. Miss. iv] 68 3, 46 | sufferings. But Christ died innocent, according to Jer. 9:19: " 69 3, 46 | the crime. whereas the ~innocent man grieves only for the 70 3, 47 | cruel act to hand over an innocent ~man to torment and death. 71 3, 47 | He did not hand over the ~innocent Christ to His Passion and 72 3, 47 | cruel act to hand over an ~innocent man to torment and to death 73 3, 48 | 105:38: "And they shed innocent blood: the blood of ~their 74 3, 49 | slayer', the Vulgate, 'innocent' - i.e. the man who has ~ 75 3, 66 | themselves with oil. Or, as Innocent III says in a decretal on 76 3, 66 | faith" (cf. ~1 Pt. 3:15; Innocent III, Decretal on Holy Unction).~ 77 3, 72 | 1~On the contrary, Pope Innocent I says (Ep. ad Decent.): " 78 3, 72 | following words of Pope Innocent, which are to ~be found 79 3, 74 | the four humors, as Pope Innocent III says in a ~certain Decree. 80 3, 74 | added to ~the wine, as Pope Innocent III says in a certain Decretal. 81 3, 74 | 2/2~And therefore as he (Innocent III, Decretals, Extra, De 82 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Pope Innocent III in a Decretal writes 83 3, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As Pope Innocent says in the aforesaid Decretal, " 84 3, 78 | And the words of Pope Innocent III seem to convey the same 85 3, 78 | Accordingly those words of Innocent are to be considered as ~ 86 3, 79 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Innocent III says (De S. Alt. Myst. 87 3, 80 | communicate, and ~show that he is innocent of each act imputed." But 88 3, 80 | are children, ~the most innocent of all. But this sacrament 89 3, 80 | cold" (Mt. 24:12), Pope Innocent III commanded that the faithful ~ 90 3, 80 | precept, nevertheless, as Pope Innocent ~III says, penitents, "who 91 3, 81 | 1/1~On the contrary, As Innocent III says (De Sacr. Alt. 92 3, 81 | that, Hugh of Saint Victor (Innocent III, De Sacr. Alt. Myst. ~ 93 3, 82 | the same host, because as Innocent III ~says (De Sacr. Alt. 94 3, 82 | Decretal, caus. i, q. 1), Innocent I is quoted as ~saying: " 95 3, 83 | from the laity." And Pope Innocent III says (Extra, ~De Celebr. 96 3, 83 | wash my ~hands among the innocent."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 97 3, 89 | former degree." Again, Pope Innocent I ~says (Ep. vi ad Agapit.) 98 Suppl, 6 | Lateran iv, Can. 21) under Innocent III, both in order that ~ 99 Suppl, 7 | more befitting one who is innocent ~than one who has sinned. 100 Suppl, 7 | cannot be befitting an innocent ~man. Therefore it is not 101 Suppl, 7 | Reply OBJ 2: Although an innocent man may have the habit of 102 Suppl, 7 | so long as ~he remains innocent. Wherefore the confession 103 Suppl, 7 | now, is not befitting an innocent man, though ~it is an act 104 Suppl, 8 | stands a decree of Pope Innocent III in the Fourth ~Lateran 105 Suppl, 12| 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, an innocent man can give due honor to 106 Suppl, 16| Whether penance can be in the innocent?~(2) Whether it can be in 107 Suppl, 16| Whether penance can be in the innocent?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[16] A[ 108 Suppl, 16| penance cannot be in the innocent. For ~penance consists in 109 Suppl, 16| evil deeds: whereas the innocent have ~done no evil. Therefore 110 Suppl, 16| punishment [poena]. But the innocent do not deserve punishment. 111 Suppl, 16| justice. But if all ~were innocent, there would be no room 112 Suppl, 16| that there is none in the innocent.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[16] A[ 113 Suppl, 16| virtues are infused into the innocent at ~Baptism, penance is 114 Suppl, 16| Reply OBJ 1: Although the innocent have committed no sin, nevertheless ~ 115 Suppl, 25| spiritual matters. Thus Pope Innocent IV granted an indulgence 116 Suppl, 40| pontiff wears the cross, as ~Innocent III says (De Myst. Miss. 117 Suppl, 45| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Innocent III says in a Decretal ( 118 Suppl, 55| any prescription, for as Innocent III says (Conc. Later. iv, 119 Suppl, 55| tolerated as ~though they were innocent. Now just as it happens 120 Suppl, 55| a guilty man is reputed innocent, so it happens through ~ 121 Suppl, 59| remain ~with her. For an innocent husband is free to remain 122 Suppl, 62| husband who was previously ~innocent should not be compelled 123 Suppl, 66| is against the ~decree of Innocent III (cap. Dubium, De bigamia). 124 Suppl, 66| irregularity. Hence the decree of Innocent ~III disposes of the statement 125 Suppl, 67| Abraham in the slaying of his innocent son. ~Such dispensations, 126 Suppl, 93| their body, even as the ~innocent will rejoice in having been


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