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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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remitted

    Part, Question
1 1, 48 | more is the potentiality remitted as regards the ~actuality.~ 2 1, 48 | aptitude diminished or remitted infinitely, as appears in 3 1, 48 | of fire is diminished or remitted, cannot ~be infinitely multiplied. 4 1, 48 | infinitely ~diminished or remitted; yet, nevertheless, it is 5 1, 49 | more is the potentiality remitted as regards the ~actuality.~ 6 1, 49 | aptitude diminished or remitted infinitely, as appears in 7 1, 49 | of fire is diminished or remitted, cannot ~be infinitely multiplied. 8 1, 49 | infinitely ~diminished or remitted; yet, nevertheless, it is 9 2, 81 | punishment of death will be ~remitted by God, since He can also 10 2, 87 | certain slighter sins ~are remitted after this life. Therefore 11 2, 89 | this liability ~seems to be remitted to man by the grace of Baptism, 12 2, 89 | sin, which condemnation is remitted by the grace of Jesus Christ, ~ 13 2, 89 | whom original sin is not remitted, venial sin exists before 14 2, 89 | all sin ~shall have been remitted to him through grace.~Aquin.: 15 2, 109 | eternal punishment can be remitted by ~God alone, against Whom 16 2, 113 | miserliness. And thus a sin is remitted without grace.~Aquin.: SMT 17 2, 113 | 5]~). Now an offense is remitted to anyone, only when the 18 2, 113 | the offended. Hence sin is remitted to us, when ~God is at peace 19 2, 113 | ungodly one sin is not ~remitted without another, for "it 20 2, 113 | free-will is ~moved and sin is remitted. Now the infusion of grace 21 2, 13 | to come, since it was not remitted ~by repentance in this life.~ 22 2, 66 | accused, although it can be remitted by the sovereign, who has 23 2, 83 | olden times original sin was remitted ~through the offering of 24 3, 38 | Christ. But original sin was remitted through ~circumcision: because, 25 3, 38 | Christ, by which sins are remitted, and which John could not 26 3, 38 | given, by which sins ~are remitted gratis; and that what is 27 3, 39 | heaven: for though sins are remitted through baptism, there still 28 3, 62 | conferred no grace, but only remitted ~sin. But this is impossible; 29 3, 68 | others those sins which are remitted ~in Baptism." Nor is it 30 3, 69 | debt of punishment has been remitted, a man no ~longer deserves 31 3, 69 | the debt of punishment be remitted by Baptism, it would be ~ 32 3, 69 | whereby all his ~sins are remitted. But this effect is sometimes 33 3, 69 | subsequent sins are indeed remitted, but by Penance, not by ~ 34 3, 69 | Wherefore they are not remitted, like the sins which preceded ~ 35 3, 70 | Further, original sin is not remitted without actual sin being ~ 36 3, 70 | without actual sin being ~remitted also: because "it is wicked 37 3, 70 | saying that original sin was remitted ~in circumcision. But some 38 3, 70 | impossible, since guilt is ~not remitted except by grace, according 39 3, 86 | the debt of ~punishment remitted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 40 3, 86 | debt of punishment is not remitted at once after the ~first 41 3, 86 | by which act the guilt is remitted, but only when ~all the 42 3, 87 | them, some venial sin is ~remitted, it follows that in like 43 3, 87 | that in like manner all are remitted, so that by ~beating his 44 3, 87 | conferred, venial sins are remitted. ~Secondly, because they 45 3, 87 | the debt of punishment is remitted by means of the ~above, 46 3, 87 | either mortal or venial, is ~remitted. Hence the comparison fails.~ 47 3, 89 | Because just as past sins are remitted by subsequent Penance, so ~ 48 3, 89 | subsequent sin. But ~sins remitted by Penance do not return, 49 3, 90 | venial sins, ~which are remitted through a fervent act of 50 3, 90 | since a venial sin cannot be remitted without mortal sin, as ~ 51 Suppl, 1 | punishment which was not remitted by contrition. But ~sometimes 52 Suppl, 1 | the whole punishment is remitted in contrition. Therefore 53 Suppl, 1 | entire punishment may be remitted by ~contrition, yet confession 54 Suppl, 4 | debt of punishment to be remitted through the ~power of their 55 Suppl, 5 | suchlike sins can never be remitted by ~contrition.~Aquin.: 56 Suppl, 6 | But sin is sufficiently remitted by the infusion of grace. 57 Suppl, 6 | original ~nor actual sin is remitted, produces its effect in 58 Suppl, 8 | more ~is the punishment remitted, both by reason of the shame 59 Suppl, 8 | forgiven: yet the more there is remitted by the first of ~those things 60 Suppl, 8 | less there ~remains to be remitted or paid by the other, because 61 Suppl, 8 | less there remains to be remitted by ~confession. Secondly, 62 Suppl, 10| grace whereby his sins are remitted, if they are not ~already 63 Suppl, 10| if they are not ~already remitted. The same is to be said 64 Suppl, 10| Now eternal punishment is remitted by contrition, and temporal 65 Suppl, 10| nothing of the punishment is remitted by ~confession.~Aquin.: 66 Suppl, 14| another; whereas all sins are ~remitted by reason of one same thing, 67 Suppl, 18| inward cleansing. Now if he remitted sins as to the guilt, he 68 Suppl, 18| 2/2~Further, sin is not remitted save by the Holy Ghost. 69 Suppl, 18| grace whereby his guilt is ~remitted, so is it with the power 70 Suppl, 18| that the guilt is already remitted, even as ~neither is it 71 Suppl, 18| than ~that which has been remitted for the graver sin. Therefore 72 Suppl, 18| eternal punishment, (which is ~remitted together with the guilt) 73 Suppl, 18| temporal punishment is remitted, the debt of which remained 74 Suppl, 18| punishment is not ~entirely remitted, as in Baptism, but only 75 Suppl, 18| punishment is not entirely ~remitted, but something is taken 76 Suppl, 18| eternal punishment had been remitted. Nor ~does this apply only 77 Suppl, 18| justice something ~can be remitted from the punishment which 78 Suppl, 18| punishment due to a grave sin is remitted, ~it does not follow that 79 Suppl, 18| measure of punishment is remitted for ~each sin, because in 80 Suppl, 18| due to ~various sins are remitted in due proportion.~Aquin.: 81 Suppl, 18| as much as possible ~is remitted by virtue of the keys, and 82 Suppl, 18| something of the punishment is remitted by virtue of the keys, because ~ 83 Suppl, 18| punishment is more or ~less remitted by virtue of the keys, according 84 Suppl, 18| the whole punishment is remitted, as we ~have already stated ( 85 Suppl, 18| the whole punishment be remitted, that a sin ~remain altogether 86 Suppl, 19| grace ~whereby sins are remitted, nor can he merit sufficiently, 87 Suppl, 22| sins, because ~they can be remitted through any sacraments which 88 Suppl, 25| Therefore nothing can be ~remitted from the satisfactory punishment 89 Suppl, 25| indulgence whereby a man is remitted a ~third part of the punishment 90 Suppl, 25| justice, for no punishment is remitted, but the ~punishment of 91 Suppl, 25| confession how ~much shall be remitted by means of the key of orders 92 Suppl, 25| appoints the amount to be remitted. On the other hand ~the 93 Suppl, 25| much punishment is to ~be remitted by an indulgence depends 94 Suppl, 30| Therefore sins are not remitted by ~Extreme Unction.~Aquin.: 95 Suppl, 60| that because guilt has been remitted ~therefore the entire punishment 96 Suppl, 60| the entire punishment is remitted, as evidenced by ~irregularity. 97 Suppl, 71| punishment would be entirely ~remitted, and consequently the sin 98 Suppl, 72| Further, punishment is not remitted unless the fault be condoned. ~ 99 Suppl, 96| ever, since it cannot be remitted without grace, and men ~ 100 Suppl, 96| eternal punishment will be ~remitted to those who after sinning 101 Appen1, 2| one whose sin is already remitted. Therefore if a mortal sin 102 Appen1, 2| if a mortal sin has been ~remitted in a man who has not fully 103 Appen1, 2| life." Therefore ~no sin is remitted as to guilt after this life.~ 104 Appen1, 2| life, venial sin is not remitted in Purgatory as to ~its 105 Appen1, 2| certain slight ~sins will be remitted in the life to come. Nor 106 Appen1, 2| Therefore venial sins are remitted after this life.~Aquin.: 107 Appen1, 2| asserted that no sin is remitted after this ~life, as regards 108 Appen1, 2| light and grave sins are remitted in ~the life to come: while 109 Appen1, 2| that light sins ~alone are remitted after this life. Nor does 110 Appen1, 2| if ~it be venial, is not remitted without an actual movement 111 Appen1, 2| in a ~state of grace, is remitted after this life by the fire 112 Appen1, 2| ad 9,17: "Guilt is not remitted by punishment, but venial 113 Appen1, 2| sin as to its ~guilt is remitted in Purgatory by virtue of 114 Appen2, 1| removed when mortal sins are remitted, and if ~justice demands


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