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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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repentance

    Part, Question
1 1, 20 | than the repentant, since ~repentance is, as Jerome says (Cap. 2 1, 23 | and will not be moved to repentance" (1 Kgs. 15:29); and that " 3 1, 23 | calling of God are without repentance" (Rm. 11:29).~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 96 | first man recovered grace by repentance, according to Wis. 10:2: " 5 1, 112 | Reply OBJ 3: Both in man's repentance and in man's sin there is 6 2, 35 | past and future evil: thus repentance is sorrow for the ~past, 7 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "Repentance" is a species of sorrow; 8 2, 35 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Repentance is for one's own evil, which 9 2, 75 | quickly blotted out by repentance, is both a sin and a cause 10 2, 76 | every sin is taken away by repentance, nor does any sin, ~except 11 2, 76 | ignorance is not removed by repentance, but remains in act, all 12 2, 76 | guilt ~being removed by repentance. Therefore ignorance is 13 2, 76 | has passed away through repentance, ~the ignorance remains, 14 2, 77 | thus every sin, through ~repentance, becomes venial, i.e. receives 15 2, 102 | lettuces were ~added to denote repentance for sins, which is required 16 2, 102 | should be covered over by repentance, that ~we may become acceptable 17 2, 109 | not at once taken away by repentance, ~by its weight drags us 18 2, 11 | peradventure God ~may give them repentance to know the truth, and they 19 2, 11 | lose the opportunity of repentance. ~Therefore it seems contrary 20 2, 13 | 16, says that "a feigned repentance is a blasphemy against the 21 2, 13 | merits, or pardon without ~repentance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] A[ 22 2, 13 | is wont to arouse man to repentance for the sin he ~has committed, 23 2, 13 | obstinacy, while a feigned ~repentance belongs to impenitence, 24 2, 13 | patience brings him back to ~repentance." But if any sin cannot 25 2, 13 | it was not remitted ~by repentance in this life.~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, repentance and impenitence are about 27 2, 13 | object. ~But there is no repentance, except about past sins. 28 2, 13 | presupposes sin, just as repentance does. If, however, we take 29 2, 20 | does not turn sinners to repentance, so ~is it false that He 30 2, 20 | merits, or ~pardon without repentance. Such like presumption seems 31 2, 51 | every sin is taken away by repentance. But imprudence is ~not 32 2, 51 | imprudence is ~not taken away by repentance. Therefore imprudence is 33 2, 51 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Repentance restores infused prudence, 34 2, 62 | sinners are kept back for repentance, ~according to Ezech. 33: 35 2, 62 | while it allows ~time for repentance to those who sin without 36 2, 62 | of the time ~needful for repentance, and because it is not lawful 37 2, 62 | wherein to expiate it by repentance. ~Again it is not lawful 38 2, 81 | and will not be moved to repentance." ~Therefore it is not fitting 39 2, 103 | goods which lead directly to repentance ~and the remission of sins.~ 40 2, 112 | were ~made sorrowful unto repentance." For this reason we should 41 2, 154 | incontinent man is inclined to repentance." Therefore ~the intemperate 42 2, 167 | example urge ~others to repentance, as did the prophets of 43 2, 183 | monastic life and a place of repentance, should by no ~means rise 44 2, 184 | religion would seem a place of repentance; for it is ~said in the 45 2, 184 | monastic life and a place of repentance, should by no means rise ~ 46 2, 184 | episcopate." Now a place of repentance is opposed to the ~state 47 2, 184 | most effective remedy in ~repentance." Now poverty excludes almsgiving. 48 2, 187 | would seem to be a state of ~repentance; wherefore religion is derived [* 49 2, 187 | De Vera Relig. lv]). But repentance does not ~become children. 50 2, 187 | it is called a state of repentance, inasmuch as occasions of 51 3, 15 | right living, but also of repentance for ~sin. Therefore it seems 52 3, 15 | thus afford us a pattern of repentance.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 53 3, 50 | calling of God are without repentance." But the grace of union 54 3, 66 | is Baptism of Water, of ~Repentance, and of Blood." ~Aquin.: 55 3, 66 | also called ~Baptism of Repentance. Of this it is written ( 56 3, 66 | Baptism of the Spirit or of Repentance, ~by way of desire. but 57 3, 66 | power. in the Baptism of ~Repentance by moving the heart; but 58 3, 68 | calling of God are without repentance," says: "The grace of God 59 3, 69 | calling of God ate without repentance," says: "The grace of God 60 3, 80 | the Church; because after repentance and ~reconciliation, Communion 61 3, 80 | nor is mortal sin after repentance. But even supposing that 62 3, 83 | remedy, or at least by ~repentance on his part who has acted 63 3, 84 | is the sinner's inward repentance; while that which is reality, 64 3, 84 | righteous, hast not appointed ~repentance to the righteous, to Abraham, 65 3, 84 | although not ~without internal repentance, which He operated in her 66 3, 84 | sacraments. But the duration of repentance is fixed by ~the canons, 67 3, 84 | For when sorrow ceases, ~repentance fails; and if repentance 68 3, 84 | repentance fails; and if repentance fails, what becomes of pardon?"~ 69 3, 86 | Esau "found no place of repentance, ~although with tears he 70 3, 86 | which they have a kind of repentance, ~which yet is fruitless, 71 3, 86 | motive ~is necessary for true repentance), it follows that he would 72 3, 88 | calling of God are without repentance." Now the penitent's sins 73 3, 88 | Accordingly the sin which follows repentance brings back, in a sense, ~ 74 3, 88 | confession and regret for past ~repentance, and which have been expressed 75 3, 88 | than a sin ~committed after repentance, so that seemingly ingratitude 76 3, 89 | their former degree, who by repentance have ~made satisfaction 77 3, 89 | some assumed a pretended ~repentance through hankering after 78 3, 89 | After his denial ~and repentance Peter gives proof of greater 79 Suppl, 5 | account of ~his one act of repentance.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] A[2] 80 Suppl, 8 | his confession and to his repentance. but he does not ~receive 81 Suppl, 14| through his subsequent repentance.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] A[ 82 Suppl, 15| that the ~sinner, by his repentance, should inflict on himself 83 Suppl, 16| in question. Therefore ~repentance will be there of evil done.~ 84 Suppl, 16| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Repentance, properly speaking, considered 85 Suppl, 16| that "evil men are ~full of repentance, and this is a great punishment 86 Suppl, 16| consequently the passion of repentance, or something like it, remains ~ 87 Suppl, 16| repenting," etc. This repentance, as it is not a habit, but 88 Suppl, 18| turn away altogether from repentance.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 89 Suppl, 21| may receive the ~spirit of repentance, so that they may be loosed 90 Suppl, 21| devil cannot be brought to repentance, wherefore the ~pain of 91 Suppl, 28| he may be an example of repentance, lest those should ~despair, 92 Suppl, 28| profession of continual ~repentance. Wherefore repetition is 93 Suppl, 30| no ~other is needed. Now repentance is required in the recipient 94 Suppl, 39| own act can be removed by repentance ~and by a contrary act; 95 Suppl, 53| continence, by his tears of repentance.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 96 Suppl, 60| murder can be removed by repentance. Therefore the consequent ~ 97 Suppl, 60| evidenced by ~irregularity. For repentance does not restore a man to 98 Suppl, 62| judge, cannot allege her repentance against her husband's accusation ~ 99 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 2: The wife's repentance should induce the husband 100 Suppl, 62| can his wife oppose ~her repentance to his accusation, because 101 Suppl, 77| was cut off before a man's repentance did not co-operate ~with 102 Suppl, 84| are not ~blotted out by repentance remain in the debt of punishment 103 Suppl, 84| have been blotted out by repentance remain in the ~remembrance 104 Suppl, 84| remain in the ~remembrance of repentance, which they will recall 105 Suppl, 84| being wholly blotted out by repentance will leave ~no effect remaining. 106 Suppl, 84| man's sins blotted out by repentance will not be made known to 107 Suppl, 84| that neither would his ~repentance for these sins be perfectly 108 Suppl, 91| case of shame pity and repentance for evil: whereas in a comprehensor ~ 109 Suppl, 95| the wicked are full ~of repentance; for afterwards they are 110 Suppl, 96| that "God may give them repentance to know ~the truth, and 111 Suppl, 96| frailty are disposed to repentance by works of mercy. Wherefore


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