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uncle 4
unclean 122
uncleanliness 1
uncleanness 120
uncleannesses 16
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120 holiness
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120 observances
120 uncleanness
119 divorce
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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uncleanness

    Part, Question
1 1, 113 | that "all malice and all uncleanness have been ~devised by the 2 2, 70 | to which, fornication, uncleanness, and ~immodesty, which are 3 2, 70 | also is true chastity. By uncleanness we must ~understand whatever 4 2, 72 | which are fornication, uncleanness, immodesty, ~luxury, idolatry, 5 2, 81 | have to be washed from some uncleanness. ~The contrary is part of 6 2, 102 | OBJ 8: Further, spiritual uncleanness cannot be cleansed by material ~ 7 2, 102 | vessels. In man himself uncleanness was considered as ~arising 8 2, 102 | Again, man contracted uncleanness by touching any unclean 9 2, 102 | was the occasion of the uncleanness in question.~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 102 | of various sins. For the uncleanness of any corpse signifies 11 2, 102 | any corpse signifies the ~uncleanness of sin, which is the death 12 2, 102 | the death of the soul. The uncleanness of ~leprosy betokened the 13 2, 102 | of ~leprosy betokened the uncleanness of heretical doctrine: both 14 2, 102 | those that are infected. The uncleanness of a woman suffering from 15 2, 102 | flow of blood denotes the uncleanness of idolatry, on account 16 2, 102 | which is offered up. The uncleanness of the man who has suffered ~ 17 2, 102 | seminal loss signifies the uncleanness of empty words, for "the 18 2, 102 | is ~the word of God." The uncleanness of sexual intercourse and 19 2, 102 | child-birth signifies the uncleanness of original sin. The uncleanness ~ 20 2, 102 | uncleanness of original sin. The uncleanness ~of the woman in her periods 21 2, 102 | her periods signifies the uncleanness of a mind that is ~sensualized 22 2, 102 | Speaking generally, the uncleanness contracted ~by touching 23 2, 102 | unclean thing denotes the uncleanness arising from ~consent in 24 2, 102 | Para. 5/7~Moreover, this uncleanness arising from the touch was 25 2, 102 | Gentiles, who held that uncleanness was contracted not only 26 2, 102 | Para. 6/7~There was also an uncleanness of inanimate things considered 27 2, 102 | themselves, such as the uncleanness of leprosy in a house or 28 2, 102 | all ~corruption savored of uncleanness, as stated above, and because 29 2, 102 | idolatry. There was also an ~uncleanness of vessels, of which it 30 2, 102 | unclean." The cause of ~this uncleanness was that anything unclean 31 2, 102 | of a ~house signified the uncleanness of the assembly of heretics; 32 2, 102 | 4), there was a twofold uncleanness in ~the Law; one by way 33 2, 102 | and this ~was the graver uncleanness; the other was by mere contact 34 2, 102 | expiated. Because the ~former uncleanness was expiated by sacrifices 35 2, 102 | sin: whereas the latter ~uncleanness was expiated by the mere 36 2, 102 | being unclean. From this ~uncleanness they were purified by the 37 2, 102 | account of this kind of ~uncleanness, because otherwise the process 38 2, 102 | stated above (ad 5), an uncleanness which was caused by ~corruption 39 2, 102 | to signify the stench, ~uncleanness and the sting of sin. After 40 2, 102 | tabernacle was cleansed from the uncleanness of the children of ~Israel. 41 2, 102 | 3/3~With regard to the uncleanness contracted by those who 42 2, 102 | a ~twofold pollution or uncleanness; one, that of sin, whereby 43 2, 102 | of the first-mentioned ~uncleanness, no kind of food is unclean, 44 2, 102 | however, we speak of bodily uncleanness, consisting in some kind 45 2, 102 | i.e. clean], ~and let no uncleanness appear therein." The figurative 46 2, 102 | temple, should not ~"incur an uncleanness at the death" of anyone 47 2, 103 | the sanctuary from the ~uncleanness of the children of Israel, 48 2, 103 | A[5], ad 4), a twofold ~uncleanness was distinguished in the 49 2, 103 | was spiritual and is ~the uncleanness of sin. The other was corporal, 50 2, 103 | to be unclean: and thus uncleanness was nothing but a kind of ~ 51 2, 103 | irregularity. From this uncleanness, then, the ceremonies of 52 2, 103 | flesh." And just as this uncleanness which was washed ~away by 53 2, 103 | power of cleansing from uncleanness of ~the soul, i.e. from 54 2, 103 | the soul, i.e. from the uncleanness of sin. The reason of this 55 2, 103 | the Old Law washed ~away uncleanness of the body, was a figure 56 2, 103 | purpose of taking away the uncleanness of ~irregularity. They do 57 2, 107 | man incurred a certain uncleanness of irregularity, as also 58 2, 107 | leper, could not contract an uncleanness. By those things ~which 59 2, 11 | which are fornication, uncleanness," and among the others, 60 2, 14 | some ~truths, but their uncleanness is a clog on their knowledge.~ 61 2, 19 | unto the working of all uncleanness and [Vulg.: 'unto'] ~covetousness." 62 2, 79 | sanctity is free from all uncleanness, and is ~perfect and altogether 63 2, 79 | temperance which repels bodily uncleanness. Since then ~religion belongs 64 2, 84 | strumpet on account of its uncleanness, and in the New Law, on ~ 65 2, 92 | the Gentiles thought, nor ~uncleanness, as the Jews held.~Aquin.: 66 2, 92 | of Lev. 15:25, about the ~uncleanness of a woman suffering from 67 2, 92 | says: "Every sin ~is an uncleanness of the soul, but especially 68 2, 146 | unseemly joy, scurrility, uncleanness, loquaciousness, ~and dullness 69 2, 146 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the uncleanness which is particularly the 70 2, 146 | body, mention is made of "uncleanness," which may ~refer either 71 2, 146 | But ~fornication and all uncleanness," says: "That is, any kind 72 2, 151 | apparently ~the same as "uncleanness," according to a gloss on 73 2, 151 | Cf. 2 Cor. ~12:21). But uncleanness is a daughter of gluttony, 74 2, 151 | according to some, the ~uncleanness which is reckoned a daughter 75 2, 151 | of gluttony is a certain ~uncleanness of the body, and thus the 76 2, 151 | however, it denote the uncleanness of lust, we must reply that 77 2, 152 | not done penance for the uncleanness and fornication and ~lasciviousness 78 2, 152 | Therefore it seems that also ~uncleanness and lasciviousness should 79 2, 152 | which are fornication, ~uncleanness, immodesty, lust [Douay: ' 80 2, 152 | gloss says on this passage, "uncleanness" stands for ~lust against 81 2, 152 | 3): "Fornication and all uncleanness, or ~covetousness, let it 82 2, 152 | that so our bodies no ~uncleanness know" [*Translation W. K. 83 2, 152 | not done ~penance for the uncleanness and fornication," etc.~Aquin.: 84 2, 152 | not done penance for the ~uncleanness, and fornication, and lasciviousness," 85 2, 152 | pertains to the sin of "uncleanness" which some call ~"effeminacy." 86 2, 152 | seem to be. Now the sin of ~uncleanness or effeminacy would seem 87 2, 152 | Hence it would follow that ~uncleanness is the gravest of unnatural 88 2, 152 | place belongs to the sin of uncleanness, which consists in the ~ 89 3, 31 | woman contract a certain ~uncleanness: as it is written (Job 25: 90 3, 31 | was ~unbecoming that any uncleanness should be in Christ: for 91 3, 31 | Reply OBJ 3: There is no uncleanness in the conception of man 92 3, 31 | There is, however, a certain uncleanness therein, resulting from ~ 93 3, 31 | But if ~there were any uncleanness therein, the Word of God 94 3, 37 | purification presupposes uncleanness. ~But there was no uncleanness 95 3, 37 | uncleanness. ~But there was no uncleanness in the Blessed Virgin, as 96 3, 37 | Further, purification from uncleanness is accomplished by grace ~ 97 3, 37 | the Blessed Virgin had no uncleanness, yet she ~wished to fulfil 98 3, 37 | words in order to exclude ~uncleanness from the Mother of God, 99 3, 37 | did not cleanse from the ~uncleanness of sin which is accomplished 100 3, 37 | purification, ~from the uncleanness of a certain irregularity, 101 3, 37 | Virgin contracted neither ~uncleanness, and consequently did not 102 3, 39 | washed, since there was no uncleanness in Him. Therefore it seems ~ 103 3, 42 | is "not of error nor of uncleanness" (1 Thess. 2:3). Wherefore 104 3, 68 | purpose, that by it the ~uncleanness of sin may be washed away, 105 3, 80 | OBJ 3: Further, spiritual uncleanness is more abominable to God 106 3, 80 | sin, which is spiritual uncleanness, ~upon his soul.~Aquin.: 107 3, 80 | bring with them ~only bodily uncleanness. But there are other bodily 108 3, 80 | except perchance such uncleanness be perpetual or of long ~ 109 3, 80 | pass ~speedily, like the uncleanness of the aforesaid movements, 110 3, 80 | homicide brings no bodily uncleanness, nor such ~distraction of 111 3, 84 | not done ~penance for the uncleanness and fornication and lasciviousness, 112 Suppl, 64| reasons both on account of her uncleanness, and on account ~of the 113 Suppl, 67| said to be unclean with the uncleanness, not of ~sin, but of a certain 114 Suppl, 67| favor ~in his eyes, for some uncleanness," etc. Therefore the same 115 Suppl, 67| by saying that ~there "uncleanness" denotes sin: but "sin" 116 Suppl, 72| directed to the ~removal of the uncleanness of sin, as instanced in 117 Appen1, 2| cleansing is in respect of some ~uncleanness. But punishment does not 118 Appen1, 2| punishment does not imply uncleanness. Therefore the ~fire of 119 Appen1, 2| does not in itself imply ~uncleanness, it bears a relation to 120 Appen1, 2| it bears a relation to uncleanness by reason of its cause.~


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