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excusable 3
excuse 112
excused 109
excuses 61
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excused

    Part, Question
1 2, 19 | asks for it, his will is excused from being evil: because 2 2, 20 | wrongdoer is not thereby ~excused. Therefore the consequences 3 2, 73 | of reason, is altogether excused from sin, and ~he who sins 4 2, 74 | excuses sin: for a man is excused from sin on account ~of 5 2, 74 | know, he is ~not altogether excused from sin, and the defect 6 2, 76 | yet he is not altogether excused, because, not withstanding, ~ 7 2, 77 | not be the case if they excused from sin altogether. Therefore ~ 8 2, 77 | genus, is evil, cannot be excused ~from sin altogether, unless 9 2, 77 | involuntary, and he is entirely excused from sin. Sometimes, however, 10 2, 89 | reason, he is ~not entirely excused from the guilt of venial 11 2, 105 | involuntary, man is altogether excused from punishment; for it 12 2, 105 | faint-hearted are unfittingly excused from the toil of battle ( 13 2, 107 | on account of urgency He excused His disciples ~for gathering 14 2, 10 | 25,26) that He could be excused from paying the tribute, ~ 15 2, 12 | in which case he is not excused from mortal sin, even as 16 2, 13 | because they were to be excused on ~account of the weakness 17 2, 31 | wrongdoer. For no ~man is excused from obeying a precept by 18 2, 60 | a person is altogether ~excused from making restitution 19 2, 62 | not even Samson is ~to be excused that he crushed himself 20 2, 62 | life: and so he was not excused from being guilty of homicide.~ 21 2, 62 | animated fetus, he will not be excused from homicide, especially 22 2, 64 | may be proportionately excused from mortal sin. Yet if 23 2, 66 | to accuse. For no man is ~excused on account of sin from fulfilling 24 2, 68 | hinders certain persons being excused from giving evidence, if 25 2, 69 | thinking ~it just, he is to be excused according to the measure 26 2, 76 | Therefore he is not to be excused on account of any temporal 27 2, 87 | then he would seem to be excused from fulfilling his oath, ~ 28 2, 87 | Therefore no man ought to be excused from swearing, on account 29 2, 95 | wherefore he is not to be excused from sin, as a gloss ~observes: 30 2, 96 | and consequently is not excused ~from mortal sin. He that 31 2, 96 | something false, is not excused from mortal sin, as neither 32 2, 96 | mortal sin, as neither is he excused ~from contempt of God. If, 33 2, 96 | swearing, and consequently is excused from ~the sin of perjury.~ 34 2, 98 | simony, which cannot be excused by any ~custom whatever, 35 2, 98 | again, Abraham is to be excused because he ~thus freed himself 36 2, 103 | to fulfil them, they are excused from sin. Wherefore ~superiors 37 2, 105 | 2~Reply OBJ 2: No man is excused from ingratitude through 38 2, 106 | him, as ~neither is a man excused for hating one that hates 39 2, 108 | of signs, he would not be excused from lying.~Aquin.: SMT 40 2, 108 | mind. He may, however, be excused for two reasons. First, 41 2, 116 | need supplied, they are not excused ~from sin if they exceed 42 2, 120 | reason our Lord (Mt. 12:3) excused His disciples for plucking 43 2, 123 | goods. Hence a man would be excused from sin if through fear 44 2, 123 | he ~could not be wholly excused from sin, because such like 45 2, 123 | one would not be wholly excused ~from sin. Yet one's sin 46 2, 124 | understanding: ~yet the latter is excused from sin if it be invincible.~ 47 2, 145 | 4) Whether anyone is excused from fulfilling this precept?~( 48 2, 145 | sufficient for ~one meal are not excused, on account of poverty, 49 2, 148 | Even as he that is drunk is excused if he knows not the ~strength 50 2, 148 | invites another to drink excused ~from sin, if he be unaware 51 2, 148 | ignorance be lacking neither is ~excused from sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 52 2, 148 | xxii, 43), Lot ~was to be excused from incest on account of 53 2, 148 | subsequent sin is entirely ~excused from fault, as perhaps in 54 2, 148 | person is not altogether excused from the ~subsequent sin, 55 2, 154 | Further, one is altogether excused from sin if the passion 56 2, 167 | this case some might be excused ~from sin, when they do 57 2, 183 | for this ~reason he is not excused from being bound to obey 58 3, 40 | on the Sabbath, are to be excused from transgressing the ~ 59 3, 47 | their ignorance would have ~excused them. Therefore it seems 60 3, 47 | grievous. But our Lord Himself excused the sin of His crucifiers 61 3, 47 | Christ's slayers are not excused of their injustice. Nevertheless, ~ 62 3, 67 | godparents may well be excused from this responsibility, 63 3, 80 | are not on that account ~excused from transgressing the precept, 64 3, 80 | advice of their priest," are ~excused.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 65 Suppl, 2 | memory altogether, then he is excused from his duty ~through being 66 Suppl, 2 | who cannot pay a debt, is excused, and yet is bound to, as 67 Suppl, 6 | Decretal the man who delays is excused, ~not from sin in the tribunal 68 Suppl, 10| the Divine law, he is not excused from insincerity. on the 69 Suppl, 10| other hand, ~he would be excused, if he did not know it to 70 Suppl, 25| the Church would not be excused ~from untruth, since, at 71 Suppl, 41| marriage act needs to be excused by the marriage blessings, 72 Suppl, 41| speaking, a thing is said to be excused when it ~has some appearance 73 Suppl, 41| inordinate act, it is wholly excused by the marriage ~blessing, 74 Suppl, 42| evil, because the act is ~excused from sin, for it would be 75 Suppl, 45| whom there is no fraud is ~excused from sin on account of ignorance.~ 76 Suppl, 45| lawful motive for being excused. ~[*Clandestine marriages 77 Suppl, 46| consummate the marriage, she is excused from the sin, unless there 78 Suppl, 49| Whether the marriage act is excused from sin by the aforesaid 79 Suppl, 49| Whether it can ever be excused from sin without them?~( 80 Suppl, 49| Therefore it needs to be excused by certain ~goods.~Aquin.: 81 Suppl, 49| Whether the marriage act is excused by the aforesaid goods?~ 82 Suppl, 49| act cannot be altogether excused ~from sin by the aforesaid 83 Suppl, 49| that, An act is said to be excused in two ways. First, on the ~ 84 Suppl, 49| Secondly, an act is said to be excused ~on its part, so that, namely, 85 Suppl, 49| the marriage act can be excused without the marriage goods?~ 86 Suppl, 49| the marriage act can be excused even without ~the marriage 87 Suppl, 49| the marriage act ~can be excused even without the marriage 88 Suppl, 49| the marriage act can be excused even without the marriage 89 Suppl, 49| seems that this ~act can be excused even without the marriage 90 Suppl, 49| the marriage act cannot be excused without them.~Aquin.: SMT 91 Suppl, 49| always be evil unless it be excused ~by the aforesaid goods.~ 92 Suppl, 49| faith") they are ~wholly excused from sin. But the third 93 Suppl, 49| though its act were wholly ~excused from sin, through being 94 Suppl, 49| marriage act, he is not wholly excused from sin, except in ~so 95 Suppl, 51| Yet both are clearly to be excused from sin (Sent. iv, D, 30).~ 96 Suppl, 51| to be of wood, ~he is not excused from sin wholly, although 97 Suppl, 51| correct him, he ~is wholly excused provided he take due care. 98 Suppl, 51| sin, just as she ~would be excused if after the consummation 99 Suppl, 63| Marital intercourse is excused from sin in a second ~marriage 100 Suppl, 63| Now marital intercourse is excused ~[*Cf. Q[69], A[1]] by the 101 Suppl, 67| bill of ~divorce, were not excused from sin, although they 102 Suppl, 67| sin, although they were excused from the ~punishment which 103 Suppl, 67| their hardness of heart excused them not from sin, ~the 104 Suppl, 67| account of that hardness excused them. For ~certain things 105 Suppl, 68| impediment, they are not ~excused from sin, nor do their children 106 Suppl, 68| illegitimate. Neither ~are they excused if they know not of the 107 Suppl, 95| deliberate will ~is not excused from demerit, even though 108 Suppl, 95| free will, they are not excused from demerit.~Aquin.: SMT 109 Suppl, 95| reason why they are not excused from demerit is not ~because


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