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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pardon

    Part, Question
1 2, 6 | involuntary act deserves pardon," as Damascene says (De 2 2, 6 | ignorance does not ~deserve pardon, according to 1 Cor. 14: 3 2, 47 | humble themselves and ask pardon, mitigate anger, according 4 2, 74 | wherefore we ought ~to ask pardon for such thoughts also, 5 2, 77 | in itself a motive for ~pardon [venia]. Since therefore 6 2, 77 | becomes venial, i.e. receives pardon [veniam]. Thirdly, by ~its 7 2, 88 | so called from "venia" [pardon]. ~Consequently a sin may 8 2, 113 | required for an offender to pardon an offense, than ~for one 9 2, 113 | irreverent to expect half a pardon ~from God" [*Cap., Sunt. 10 2, 114 | sinners who beseech the pardon of their sins, which they 11 2, 13 | that "those who despair of pardon for their sins, or who without 12 2, 13 | glory without merits, or pardon without ~repentance.~Aquin.: 13 2, 13 | humiliation of asking for pardon."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] A[ 14 2, 13 | are a means towards the pardon of sins. This does not, ~ 15 2, 13 | unpardonable, although God can pardon it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[14] 16 2, 19 | salvation to mankind, and pardon to sinners, according to 17 2, 19 | opinion that He refuses pardon to the repentant sinner, 18 2, 19 | than that I ~may deserve pardon." Therefore whoever despairs, 19 2, 19 | who say that there is no pardon for sins after Baptism. ~ 20 2, 19 | state, there is no hope of pardon, his estimate being ~corrupted 21 2, 20 | if a man hope to obtain pardon without ~repenting, or glory 22 2, 20 | he sinned ~in the hope of pardon," which seems to indicate 23 2, 20 | false that God does not ~pardon the repentant, or that He 24 2, 20 | with the hope of obtaining pardon ~some time, and with the 25 2, 20 | glory without merits, or ~pardon without repentance. Such 26 2, 30 | counsel, reprove, console, to pardon, forbear, and to pray," 27 2, 30 | it is not in our power to pardon, as Jerome observes ~(Super 28 2, 50 | from ~evils so great, to pardon, and to give."~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 57 | 1], and which deserves pardon, and not to ~ignorance of 30 2, 81 | curb yourself, and God will pardon you, seeing that you are 31 2, 154 | deemed ~more deserving of pardon. Thirdly, because anger 32 2, 155 | punishment due amounts to a pardon." Wherefore it is clear ~ 33 2, 166 | obtain the grace of a full ~pardon." Therefore there is no 34 3, 46 | preserving justice, cannot pardon fault ~without penalty, 35 3, 46 | as if to say: "Thou canst pardon me without ~injustice."~ 36 3, 49 | charity that we procure pardon of our ~sins, according 37 3, 73 | sacrament, and the grace of pardon of sins, which is reality 38 3, 74 | with the wine, "one may pardon his simplicity"; which would 39 3, 84 | that they would receive pardon from God, according as we 40 3, 84 | repentance fails, what becomes of pardon?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 41 3, 84 | sin and lose the fruit of pardon. ~Now displeasure causes 42 3, 84 | together with his hope for pardon, so that his very sorrow 43 3, 84 | He does not twice grant pardon to ~any sinner.~Aquin.: 44 3, 84 | that "facility of obtaining pardon is an incentive to sin." 45 3, 84 | therefore, God frequently grants pardon through Penance, it seems 46 3, 84 | through Penance, ~grants pardon to sinners, especially as 47 3, 84 | that a man ~cannot obtain pardon of his sins through Penance 48 3, 84 | man after he had received pardon, to be so ~grave that it 49 3, 84 | than ~that I may deserve pardon." And so God's mercy, through 50 3, 84 | through Penance, grants ~pardon to sinners without any end, 51 3, 85 | cleansed of our sins, hope for pardon, and hatred of vice, which ~ 52 3, 85 | in the hope of obtaining pardon; the fifth, a movement of ~ 53 3, 86 | PENANCE, AS REGARDS THE PARDON OF MORTAL SIN (SIX ARTICLES)~ 54 3, 86 | and (1) as regards the ~pardon of mortal sins; (2) as regards 55 3, 86 | sins; (2) as regards the pardon of venial sins; (3) as ~ 56 3, 86 | that "he found no place of pardon and blessing through Penance": 57 3, 86 | Penance brings no hope of ~pardon, but only despair. Nevertheless 58 3, 86 | life is ended, there is no ~pardon of sins. or, if by the blasphemy 59 3, 86 | in itself any ~motive for pardon, or that for such a sin 60 3, 86 | more, therefore, does God pardon men for offending him, ~ 61 3, 86 | seems that God will not pardon him his sin.~Aquin.: SMT 62 3, 86 | is possible for a man ~to pardon an offense, for which he 63 3, 86 | it is impossible that God pardon a man ~for an offense, without 64 3, 86 | good. Consequently, for the pardon of this offense ~against 65 3, 86 | debts, for which we pray for pardon when we ~say in the Lord' 66 3, 86 | for God, by Penance, ~to pardon one sin without another.~ 67 3, 86 | heretical to expect half a ~pardon from Him Who is just and 68 3, 86 | but does not reach to the ~pardon of the sin.~Aquin.: SMT 69 3, 86 | sometimes a man receives pardon for a sin of ~which he is 70 3, 88 | the work of man. Now the pardon of the previous sins was 71 3, 88 | done forgotten as to the pardon of the guilt, since ~this 72 3, 88 | has ~received the grace of pardon, the greater the ingratitude. 73 3, 88 | his brother when he asks pardon, and persists in his ~hatred, 74 3, 88 | this way the ~favor of the pardon of sins is greater when 75 3, 88 | greatness of the favor of the ~pardon of sins is according to 76 3, 88 | OBJ 1: The favor of the pardon of sins takes its absolute 77 3, 89 | favor is vouchsafed by his pardon; ~although sometimes those 78 3, 89 | deprive him of the hope of pardon, ~but to preserve the rigor 79 Suppl, 3 | delivery, in the hope of ~pardon, and in many like things. 80 Suppl, 4 | and when penance fails, no pardon remains." Therefore, ~since 81 Suppl, 6 | him, he may receive the pardon of his sins: nor can ~the 82 Suppl, 7 | disease by ~the hope of pardon." For the disease against 83 Suppl, 7 | its cause, viz. hope of pardon; fifthly, its effect, viz. ~ 84 Suppl, 7 | which is ~"the hope of pardon"; while the other definitions 85 Suppl, 7 | confession is the hope of pardon, as appears from the definition ~ 86 Suppl, 7 | because it arises from hope of pardon. Therefore it is ~not an 87 Suppl, 7 | sins, in order to receive pardon for them, is not the ~elicited 88 Suppl, 10| within itself a motive of pardon, e.g. sins due to ~weakness: 89 Suppl, 10| wicked to hope for half ~a pardon.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 90 Suppl, 10| does not ~receive such full pardon, as he would otherwise have 91 Suppl, 14| profit, either receive a full pardon, or at least find damnation 92 Suppl, 16| By penance man obtains pardon for the sin he has ~committed. 93 Suppl, 18| contrition, has received the pardon of his sins as to their ~ 94 Suppl, 29| tender mercy, may ~the Lord pardon thee whatever sins thou 95 Suppl, 62| Further, one can always pardon the sin that another has 96 Suppl, 62| is his sin ~deserving of pardon. Now there is greater frailty 97 Suppl, 71| have heard thy voice, and I pardon Trajan": and of this fact 98 Suppl, 71| of ~hell without hope of pardon. But this opinion seems 99 Suppl, 71| whereby he received the pardon of ~his sins and in consequence 100 Suppl, 72| s ~blood is said to ask pardon for us. In both ways the 101 Suppl, 84| them before Cod and beg pardon for them, thou wilt ~very 102 Appen1, 2| says: "It is vain to ~ask pardon after death for what was


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