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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 21 | one another, as Christ has forgiven you" ~(Eph. 4:32). Hence 2 1, 21 | Magdalen: "Many sins are forgiven her, because she ~hath loved 3 1, 43 | shall forgive, ~they are forgiven" (Jn. 20:23): and again 4 1, 43 | shall forgive, ~they are forgiven" (Jn. 20:23): and again 5 2, 24 | relieved, or the penitent forgiven." But ~nothing that is obedient 6 2, 59 | relieved, or ~the penitent forgiven," as Augustine says (De 7 2, 73 | circumstance, deserves to be forgiven (Ethic. ~iii, 1). Now this 8 2, 74 | grace of the Mediator, he be forgiven ~those things which are 9 2, 76 | is a reason for sin to be forgiven, diminishes ~sin. Now such 10 2, 77 | through having cause to be forgiven, which cause lessens the ~ 11 2, 87 | God even after his sin is forgiven: and so the debt of ~punishment 12 2, 89 | mean that which is easily ~forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 13 2, 102 | they ~whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered." 14 2, 103 | him . . . and it shall be forgiven him," as though ~the sin 15 2, 103 | as though ~the sin were forgiven, not in virtue of the sacrifices, 16 2, 113 | also pray ~that they may be forgiven thee.'" For the act of sin 17 2, 113 | Lk. 7:47: "Many sins ~are forgiven her because she hath loved 18 2, 113 | the Lord; and Thou hast forgiven the wickedness of ~my sin."~ 19 2, 113 | contrition that sin is forgiven. But an effect ought not 20 2, 113 | soul; so, too, if sin is forgiven ~there must be a last instant 21 2, 114 | God, through his sin being forgiven, which is brought about ~ 22 2, 11 | meaning that "a man should be ~forgiven, as often as he has sinned." 23 2, 13 | sin;~(3) Whether it can be forgiven?~(4) Whether it is possible 24 2, 13 | against the Holy Ghost can be forgiven?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] A[ 25 2, 13 | against the Holy Ghost can be ~forgiven. For Augustine says (De 26 2, 13 | But if any sin cannot be forgiven, it would be possible to ~ 27 2, 13 | against the Holy Ghost can be ~forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] A[ 28 2, 13 | OBJ 2: Further, no sin is forgiven, except through the soul 29 2, 13 | against the Holy Ghost can be forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] A[ 30 2, 13 | against ~the Holy Ghost can be forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] A[ 31 2, 13 | Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, 32 2, 13 | be said that it cannot be forgiven. For if by the sin against 33 2, 13 | until ~death will not be forgiven in the life to come, since 34 2, 13 | not as though it is nowise forgiven, but because, ~considered 35 2, 13 | Jews are said not to ~be forgiven this sin, neither in this 36 2, 24 | trespasses." ~Now no one is forgiven sin without he have charity, 37 2, 32 | Ghost, since it cannot ~be forgiven, according to Mt. 12:32. 38 2, 60 | purloined, his sin is not forgiven."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 39 2, 81 | others that ~our own may be forgiven. If it is understanding 40 2, 81 | then ~shall thy sins be forgiven to thee when thou prayest."~ 41 2, 104 | all I confess to have been forgiven me, both what evils I committed ~ 42 2, 104 | 7:43): "To whom more is forgiven, he ~loveth more [*Vulg.: ' 43 2, 104 | Vulg.: 'To whom less is forgiven, he loveth less' Lk. ~7: 44 2, 161 | be venial," i.e. easily forgiven [*Cf. FS, Q[89], A[3], ad 45 2, 187 | to ~wit, they were not forgiven the former sins which they 46 3, 3 | shall forgive, they are forgiven them." Therefore it ~became 47 3, 21 | crucified Him might ~be forgiven, as is related (Lk. 23:34). 48 3, 39 | Since ~sins had to be forgiven," which is effected in baptism, " 49 3, 44 | specially, "Thy sins are forgiven thee," because, as Jerome 50 3, 44 | perhaps, first are his ~sins forgiven, that the cause of the ailment 51 3, 46 | copious ~mercy than if He had forgiven sins without satisfaction. 52 3, 49 | Lk. 7:47: "Many sins are forgiven her because she hath ~loved 53 3, 49 | present, or to come, could be ~forgiven: just as if a doctor were 54 3, 49 | even in this way sins are forgiven through the ~power of the 55 3, 64 | He said: "Thy sins are ~forgiven Thee" (Lk. 7:48). Therefore 56 3, 65 | be in sins ~they shall be forgiven him."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] 57 3, 68 | the Church, since all are forgiven them in Baptism. Thirdly, 58 3, 68 | Reply OBJ 1: Sins were not forgiven in John's Baptism, which, 59 3, 69 | sin but also wilful sin is forgiven."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 60 3, 69 | Reply OBJ 2: No sin can be forgiven save by the power of Christ' 61 3, 79 | 4) Whether venial sin is forgiven by this sacrament?~(5) Whether 62 3, 79 | punishment due for sin is forgiven by this ~sacrament?~(6) 63 3, 79 | Passion. But mortal sins are forgiven by Baptism, as stated ~above ( 64 3, 79 | 1]). Therefore they are forgiven likewise by this ~sacrament, 65 3, 79 | Therefore mortal sins ~are forgiven by this sacrament.~Aquin.: 66 3, 79 | Whether venial sins are forgiven through this sacrament?~ 67 3, 79 | that venial sins are not forgiven by this sacrament, ~because 68 3, 79 | that venial sins are not forgiven by ~this sacrament.~Aquin.: 69 3, 79 | Further, if venial sins be forgiven by this sacrament, then 70 3, 79 | sacrament, then all ~of them are forgiven for the same reason as one 71 3, 79 | not ~appear that all are forgiven, because thus one might 72 3, 79 | Therefore no venial sin is ~forgiven by this sacrament.~Aquin.: 73 3, 79 | this means ~venial sins are forgiven. Consequently, it is manifest 74 3, 79 | manifest that venial sins ~are forgiven by the power of this sacrament.~ 75 3, 79 | punishment due to sin is forgiven through this ~sacrament?~ 76 3, 79 | punishment due to sin is forgiven ~through this sacrament. 77 3, 79 | whole debt of punishment is forgiven through ~this sacrament.~ 78 3, 79 | his sin, and it shall be forgiven him." Therefore this sacrament 79 3, 79 | the debt of punishment ~is forgiven by this sacrament; for which 80 3, 79 | part of the punishment is forgiven, for the same reason is 81 3, 79 | same reason is the ~other forgiven: owing to Christ's infinite 82 3, 80 | Son of Man, it shall be ~forgiven him; but he that shall speak 83 3, 80 | Ghost, it shall ~not be forgiven him, neither in this world 84 3, 83 | Thy land . . . Thou hast forgiven the iniquity of Thy ~people." 85 3, 84 | shall forgive, ~they are forgiven them." Yet the priest says: " 86 3, 84 | through ~which sins are forgiven. Hence the revelation of 87 3, 84 | shall forgive, they are forgiven them." Therefore no imposition ~ 88 3, 84 | in token that ~sins are forgiven through the blood of Christ 89 3, 84 | ignorantly, and it shall be forgiven him"; since by the very 90 3, 84 | grave that it could not be forgiven. In this they erred not 91 3, 84 | even after a sin has been forgiven, can be either ~more or 92 3, 84 | than the first, which was forgiven, but much more ~did they 93 3, 84 | same sins are repeatedly forgiven, at one time ~healing a 94 3, 86 | Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world 95 3, 86 | Therefore ~one sin can be forgiven by Penance, without another.~ 96 3, 86 | Further, man's sins are forgiven him through the love of 97 3, 86 | without grace no sin can be forgiven. Now every mortal sin is ~ 98 3, 86 | mortal sin cannot be forgiven without true Penance, to 99 3, 86 | grace, whereby mortal sin is forgiven, ordains man to ~eternal 100 3, 86 | after the guilt has been forgiven ~through Penance? ~Aquin.: 101 3, 86 | after the guilt ~has been forgiven through Penance. For when 102 3, 86 | Therefore when the sin has been forgiven, no debt of punishment can ~ 103 3, 86 | gift of grace, is the guilt forgiven and at the same time the 104 3, 86 | after the guilt has been ~forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 105 3, 86 | removed when a mortal sin is forgiven?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 106 3, 86 | removed when a ~mortal sin is forgiven. For Augustine says in De 107 3, 86 | after the guilt has been forgiven, the ~dispositions caused 108 3, 87 | Whether venial sin can be forgiven without Penance?~(2) Whether 109 3, 87 | Penance?~(2) Whether it can be forgiven without the infusion of 110 3, 87 | Whether venial sins are forgiven by the sprinkling of holy 111 3, 87 | Whether venial sin can be forgiven without Penance?~Aquin.: 112 3, 87 | seem that venial sin can be forgiven without penance. ~For, as 113 3, 87 | future. Now venial sins are ~forgiven without any such purpose, 114 3, 87 | Therefore venial sins ~can be forgiven without penance.~Aquin.: 115 3, 87 | Therefore venial sins can be forgiven ~without penance.~Aquin.: 116 3, 87 | if venial sins could be forgiven without Penance.~Aquin.: 117 3, 87 | as mortal sin cannot be forgiven so long as the ~will is 118 3, 87 | for ~man's sins are not forgiven through his own merits; 119 3, 87 | Therefore ~venial sins are not forgiven without infusion of grace.~ 120 3, 87 | Further, venial sins are not forgiven without Penance. Now grace ~ 121 3, 87 | Therefore venial sins are not forgiven without infusion of grace.~ 122 3, 87 | that venial sins are not forgiven without infusion of ~grace.~ 123 3, 87 | infused anew, venial sins are forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[87] A[ 124 3, 87 | OBJ 2: Venial sin is never forgiven without some act, explicit 125 3, 87 | it can, ~however, be forgiven without the sacrament of 126 3, 87 | For venial sins are not ~forgiven without Penance, as stated 127 3, 87 | for venial offenses were forgiven them through the legal ~ 128 3, 87 | Therefore a venial sin is not forgiven without mortal sin.~Aquin.: 129 3, 87 | Therefore no venial sin is forgiven him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[87] 130 3, 88 | Para. 1/1~Whether sins once forgiven return through a subsequent 131 3, 88 | would seem that sins once forgiven return through a subsequent ~ 132 3, 88 | that sins which have been forgiven return, ~when fraternal 133 3, 88 | payment of the debt already forgiven, because he ~had refused 134 3, 88 | they whose iniquities ~are forgiven, and whose sins are covered." 135 3, 88 | into that which had ~been forgiven, nor will he be condemned 136 3, 88 | second time after having been forgiven, as ~it is a greater favor 137 3, 88 | favor for the sin to be forgiven than for the sinner to ~ 138 3, 88 | due to the sins previously forgiven, not as caused ~by those 139 3, 88 | caused ~by those sins already forgiven but as caused by this last 140 3, 88 | back into ~that which was forgiven, nor will he be condemned 141 3, 88 | means that the guilt already forgiven ~enslaves man, not by the 142 3, 88 | Whether sins that have been forgiven, return through ingratitude 143 3, 88 | for what we rejoiced in as forgiven through Penance": so that 144 3, 88 | return ~of sins already forgiven: and the same seems to apply 145 3, 88 | the Lord: and Thou hast forgiven the wickedness of my ~sin": 146 3, 88 | return of sins previously forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 147 3, 88 | the return of sins already forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 148 3, 88 | that of sins previously forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 149 3, 88 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: He whose forgiven sins return to him on account 150 3, 88 | return of sins previously forgiven, is a special sin. For the ~ 151 3, 88 | fashion, of ~sins already forgiven. Therefore ingratitude is 152 Suppl, 2 | 2/2~Further, no sin is forgiven a man unless he be justified. 153 Suppl, 4 | ii) that "he whose sin is forgiven has nothing ~to be ashamed 154 Suppl, 4 | for sin after it has been forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[1] 155 Suppl, 4 | without fear about sin ~forgiven." Therefore man should always 156 Suppl, 4 | grieve, that his sins may be ~forgiven him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] 157 Suppl, 5 | grace whereby ~sins are forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] A[1] 158 Suppl, 5 | until his sin ~has been forgiven through the ministers of 159 Suppl, 5 | although his sin ~may be forgiven him before God.~Aquin.: 160 Suppl, 6 | Further, we read of some being forgiven their sins without ~confession, 161 Suppl, 6 | but after the sin has been forgiven, the sinner still owes a 162 Suppl, 6 | circumstanced that unless his sin be forgiven, he ~must fall into another 163 Suppl, 8 | the bishop, his sins are forgiven both ~before the Church 164 Suppl, 8 | anything of ~the latter is forgiven: yet the more there is remitted 165 Suppl, 10| infused ~whereby sins are forgiven, therefore confession in 166 Suppl, 10| therefore, forgotten ~sins were forgiven by a general confession, 167 Suppl, 10| therefore, mortal sins are forgiven by ~a general confession, 168 Suppl, 10| without neglect, before it is forgiven him. Therefore he does ~ 169 Suppl, 10| forgetfulness so that the sin is forgiven him without ~special mention 170 Suppl, 10| being repelled, but will be forgiven.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 171 Suppl, 10| forgotten sin has been forgiven him in a general confession, 172 Suppl, 13| after the ~guilt has been forgiven is not measured according 173 Suppl, 14| not without fear about sin forgiven." And yet man need ~not, 174 Suppl, 18| shall forgive, they are forgiven them." Now this was not 175 Suppl, 18| order ~to have one's sins forgiven, just as it is not necessary 176 Suppl, 18| after the ~guilt had been forgiven. However, this temporal 177 Suppl, 19| grace, whereby sins are ~forgiven, yet he is by no means deprived 178 Suppl, 20| shall ~forgive, they are forgiven them" (Jn. 20:22,23). But 179 Suppl, 20| shall forgive, they are forgiven them," on the ~understanding 180 Suppl, 24| willingly, so no ~sin is forgiven him against his will. On 181 Suppl, 24| wherefore one sin cannot be ~forgiven without another. But excommunications 182 Suppl, 30| in sins, they ~shall be forgiven him."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[30] 183 Suppl, 30| be in sins, they shall be forgiven him," viz. as to the ~guilt. 184 Suppl, 46| 4: Further, "Sin is not forgiven unless restitution be made," 185 Suppl, 71| prays not that sinners be forgiven, because his prayer for 186 Suppl, 72| as ~original sin is not forgiven to all, all will not rise 187 Suppl, 75| prays that all debts may be forgiven her in this life. Now the 188 Suppl, 83| cease except the sin be forgiven. Now the lack of limbs that ~ 189 Suppl, 84| whereby their sins are forgiven them. ~Even so do the angels 190 Suppl, 96| ask that their debt be ~forgiven, but not to those who persist 191 Appen1, 2| damned and incapable of being forgiven; and that it is not possible 192 Appen1, 2| actual thought of being forgiven or of ~remaining in that


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