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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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absolution

    Part, Question
1 1, 111 | absolve a man when he gives absolution by ~means of someone else.~ 2 2, 98 | consisting chiefly in the absolution. But some persons demand 3 2, 98 | is not the price ~of his absolution (for this would be simoniacal), 4 2, 187 | which is ~preferable to absolution from punishment.~Aquin.: 5 3, 1 | Incarnation of Christ besides absolution from sin"; and ~these were 6 3, 55 | thus womankind has procured absolution from ~ignominy, and removal 7 3, 67 | defect of the ~priestly absolution which does not free from 8 3, 68 | punishment. Now this plenary absolution is given when a ~man receives 9 3, 83 | resolution of humbly seeking ~absolution; and so he will receive 10 3, 83 | and so he will receive absolution from the invisible High ~ 11 3, 84 | by the priest in giving absolution; that which is reality and 12 3, 84 | and on Maundy Thursday), absolution is given not in the ~indicative 13 3, 84 | Almighty God ~grant you absolution and forgiveness." Therefore 14 3, 84 | the Church in sacramental ~absolution. But such absolutions as 15 3, 84 | Wherefore ~in giving sacramental absolution it would not suffice to 16 3, 84 | or: "May God grant thee absolution and ~forgiveness," because 17 3, 84 | not signify the ~giving of absolution, but prays that it may be 18 3, 84 | said before the sacramental absolution is given, lest the ~sacramental 19 3, 84 | prayer that ~precedes the absolution, and do not exclude the 20 3, 84 | that the priest ~pronounces absolution.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 21 3, 84 | grant thee the sacrament of absolution."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 22 3, 84 | perfect the sacrament ~of absolution. If, indeed, any bodily 23 3, 84 | operates ~through the priest's absolution and the acts of the penitent, 24 3, 87 | perfected by the priestly absolution, as stated above (Q[87], 25 3, 90 | matter, while the priestly ~absolution stands as form. Therefore 26 3, 90 | Therefore the priestly absolution should be ~assigned as a 27 Suppl, 8 | 1/2~On the contrary, The absolution of the penitent, for the 28 Suppl, 8 | as regards confession and absolution, because sometimes Baptism 29 Suppl, 8 | said of ~confession and absolution, which regard none but adults, 30 Suppl, 8 | confessing and the desire of ~absolution, suffices to deliver them 31 Suppl, 8 | of the minister, viz. the absolution and imposition of ~satisfaction, 32 Suppl, 8 | of the priest by giving ~absolution, yet this defect is supplied 33 Suppl, 8 | is made for ~the sake of absolution it suffices for it to be 34 Suppl, 8 | absolved by any priest. For absolution requires jurisdiction, as 35 Suppl, 8 | as much benefit from the ~absolution of this other priest as 36 Suppl, 8 | pronounced, because such ~absolution is also a matter of that 37 Suppl, 8 | therefore, the Church recognizes absolution granted by any priest ~at 38 Suppl, 8 | him, not in order ~to seek absolution, but in order to offer satisfaction.~ 39 Suppl, 8 | not receive sacramental absolution. Wherefore his confession ~ 40 Suppl, 8 | and ~for confession and absolution, since all these lessen 41 Suppl, 9 | not receive the ~fruit of absolution then, yet he will begin 42 Suppl, 9 | is ~in order to receive absolution. Now sometimes, the priest 43 Suppl, 10| confession in virtue of the ~absolution granted remits guilt, even 44 Suppl, 10| of confession, to which ~absolution is added because it delivered 45 Suppl, 10| of actual ~confession and absolution he receives an increase 46 Suppl, 10| Confession together with absolution has the power to ~deliver 47 Suppl, 10| First, from the power of ~absolution itself: and thus the very 48 Suppl, 10| thus the very desire of absolution delivers a man ~from eternal 49 Suppl, 10| confessed and received ~absolution will be less punished in 50 Suppl, 10| confession, not only is absolution required, ~but also the 51 Suppl, 10| although the latter has given absolution, nevertheless the ~penitent 52 Suppl, 10| obstacle ~to the fruit of absolution and confession.~ 53 Suppl, 17| be room for the priest's absolution. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 54 Suppl, 17| while the other regards the ~absolution.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 55 Suppl, 18| a man, before receiving absolution, were not perfectly disposed 56 Suppl, 18| sacramental confession and absolution, provided he offered no 57 Suppl, 18| But after ~the priest's absolution the penitent is still obliged 58 Suppl, 18| If, therefore, by a first absolution something is taken away ~ 59 Suppl, 18| taken ~away by a second absolution, so that the absolution 60 Suppl, 18| absolution, so that the absolution can be so often ~repeated, 61 Suppl, 18| away, since the second absolution is not less efficacious 62 Suppl, 18| confession and ~sacramental absolution would be mere burdens, which 63 Suppl, 18| had died before receiving ~absolution.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 64 Suppl, 18| though, by virtue of the ~absolution some measure of the punishment 65 Suppl, 18| Some say that at the first absolution, as much as possible ~is 66 Suppl, 18| reason for repeating the ~absolution, especially if the penitent 67 Suppl, 18| doubt about his ~previous absolution; for he might just as well 68 Suppl, 18| second as ~after the first absolution: even as we see that the 69 Suppl, 18| that even in the second absolution ~something of the punishment 70 Suppl, 18| the keys, because ~when absolution is given a second time, 71 Suppl, 19| by ~excommunication or absolution. This is called the key 72 Suppl, 19| appears in the ~form of absolution. Therefore wicked priests 73 Suppl, 19| could use the keys in giving absolution ~unless he were in a state 74 Suppl, 19| among the other sacraments, absolution which is the use of ~the 75 Suppl, 19| sin for ~anyone to seek absolution of his sins from the above, 76 Suppl, 20| to which sacrament the absolution of sins is ~subordinate [* 77 Suppl, 20| Benedict XIV ~declared the absolution of an accomplice "in materia 78 Suppl, 20| case of excommunication, absolution from which ~should precede 79 Suppl, 20| from which ~should precede absolution from sin, for as long as 80 Suppl, 20| hierarchical action such as absolution.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[20] A[ 81 Suppl, 20| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, absolution which is given through the 82 Suppl, 20| may also be replied that absolution in the tribunal of the ~ 83 Suppl, 21| excommunicated persons; (4) ~absolution from excommunication.~Aquin.: 84 Suppl, 21| merit), and either seek absolution from the person ~who has 85 Suppl, 22| excommunication than for absolution ~in the tribunal of Penance. 86 Suppl, 24| 24] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF ABSOLUTION FROM EXCOMMUNICATION (THREE 87 Suppl, 24| ARTICLES)~We must now consider absolution from excommunication: under 88 Suppl, 24| eye of the Church. Hence absolution from ~excommunication requires 89 Suppl, 24| external forum, whereas ~absolution from sin does not. Nor is 90 Suppl, 24| oath, as in the case of absolution from excommunication, because, 91 Suppl, 24| anyone against his will. Now ~absolution from excommunication is 92 Suppl, 24| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, absolution from excommunication is 93 Suppl, 24| prayer they all confirm his absolution, or unless they all depute 94 Suppl, 24| connection. ~Nor again is absolution from excommunication hindered 95 Suppl, 25| remains after contrition, absolution, and confession, ~whether 96 Suppl, 25| The effect of sacramental absolution is the removal of a ~man' 97 Suppl, 25| would obtain a plenary absolution ~from all punishment due 98 Suppl, 25| Pope at the time of general absolution grants an indulgence of 99 Suppl, 27| not priests hold chapter. Absolution ~from punishment enjoined 100 Suppl, 35| by way of consecration or absolution ~will be invalid, and the 101 Suppl, 37| a person is prepared by ~absolution to receive Christ's body. 102 Suppl, 37| lower Orders. Therefore ~absolution from sins is unfittingly 103 Suppl, 38| Reply OBJ 1: The effect of absolution is nothing else but the ~ 104 Suppl, 38| Moreover in order to give absolution it is necessary to have ~ 105 Suppl, 84| suffices ~for the accusation or absolution necessary for the judgment;


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