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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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absolve

   Part, Question
1 1, 111 | as the Pope is said to absolve a man when he gives absolution 2 2, 12 | our apostolic authority, ~absolve from their oath those who 3 2, 37 | consequently they neither absolve nor excommunicate, nor ~ 4 2, 96 | Pontiff can, by his authority, absolve a man from an obligation ~ 5 2, 185 | sinners, impose penance, and absolve from sin."~Aquin.: SMT SS 6 2, 185 | penance, nor christen, nor ~absolve in virtue of the power divinely 7 3, 67 | Penance. ~But a layman cannot absolve in the tribunal of Penance. 8 3, 68 | is that the priest may absolve him ~from his sins, and 9 3, 84 | of this sacrament is: "I absolve thee"?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 10 3, 84 | this sacrament is not: "I absolve ~thee." Because the forms 11 3, 84 | indicative form by saying: "I absolve thee," but In the deprecatory 12 3, 84 | this ~sacrament is not: "I absolve thee."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 13 3, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to absolve from sin is the same as 14 3, 84 | priest should say not: "I absolve ~thee," as neither does 15 3, 84 | His disciples the power to absolve ~from sins, so also did 16 3, 84 | should not use the form: "I ~absolve thee," but: "May Christ 17 3, 84 | thee," but: "May Christ absolve thee."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 18 3, 84 | that when they say: "I ~absolve thee," they mean "I declare 19 3, 84 | the matter, to say: "I ~absolve thee," even if this be explained 20 3, 84 | say in this sacrament: ~"I absolve thee."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 21 3, 84 | by the priest saying: "I absolve thee": because sins are ~ 22 3, 84 | form of this sacrament: "I absolve ~thee."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 23 3, 84 | Yet the priest says: "I absolve thee," rather ~than: "I 24 3, 84 | the keys whereby priests ~absolve. Nevertheless, since the 25 3, 84 | by the ~priest saying: "I absolve thee in the name of the 26 3, 84 | sense that the words, "I absolve thee" mean ~"I declare thee 27 3, 84 | so also when he says: "I absolve ~thee," he declares the 28 3, 84 | say that the words, "I ~absolve thee" mean: "I grant thee 29 3, 84 | Therefore, also while saying: "I absolve thee," the priest ~should 30 Suppl, 8 | sinners, impose penances, and ~absolve from sins." Now monks are 31 Suppl, 8 | since a priest does not ~absolve a man except by binding 32 Suppl, 8 | something, he alone can ~absolve, who, by his command, can 33 Suppl, 8 | were monks, they could not absolve or impose ~penance, which 34 Suppl, 8 | hear his confession and absolve him. If, ~on the other hand, 35 Suppl, 8 | confessed to one who could absolve him. ~It is therefore clear 36 Suppl, 8 | own priest, yet he must absolve him, even if he declines 37 Suppl, 8 | death. Therefore he cannot absolve him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] 38 Suppl, 8 | therefore, any priest can absolve, from ~any sin, a man who 39 Suppl, 8 | is not a priest can never absolve in the tribunal of Penance. ~ 40 Suppl, 8 | Therefore neither can a priest absolve a man who is not his subject, 41 Suppl, 8 | none at all, that he cannot absolve all men from all sins. But 42 Suppl, 8 | hinder him from being able to absolve, since he has the keys ~ 43 Suppl, 9 | hears a ~confession can absolve from some of the sins, but 44 Suppl, 9 | priest may be unable to absolve the penitent ~from all his 45 Suppl, 9 | sins from which he cannot absolve him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] 46 Suppl, 11| dispensation or ~command can absolve one therefrom, even so, 47 Suppl, 11| the latter refuse, he can absolve ~him from the priorship 48 Suppl, 17| God is prayed that ~He may absolve, so that there may be room 49 Suppl, 17| judging. Therefore the will to absolve should be counted as a key.~ 50 Suppl, 18| punishment. Therefore he can absolve from ~punishment.~Aquin.: 51 Suppl, 19| so neither can a ~prelate absolve if he be deprived of his 52 Suppl, 20| Whether a priest can always absolve his subject?~(3) Whether 53 Suppl, 20| of the ~key which he has, absolve one man, he can do the same 54 Suppl, 20| Therefore a priest cannot absolve everybody.~Aquin.: SMT XP 55 Suppl, 20| is required in order to absolve from sins, ~namely, power 56 Suppl, 20| Whether a priest can always absolve his subject?~Aquin.: SMT 57 Suppl, 20| that a priest cannot always absolve his subject. ~For, as Augustine 58 Suppl, 20| a ~simple priest cannot absolve. Therefore it seems that 59 Suppl, 20| therefore, that a priest cannot absolve his subject from graver 60 Suppl, 20| concerned, a priest can absolve his subject from any sins ~ 61 Suppl, 20| keys is concerned, he can absolve from all sins. ~Aquin.: 62 Suppl, 20| who has jurisdiction can absolve from any sin. Now there ~ 63 Suppl, 20| inferior ~priest cannot absolve a penitent through the latter 64 Suppl, 20| If, however, he ~were to absolve her it would be valid*: 65 Suppl, 20| irregular. Hence a priest can absolve from a crime, ~but for the 66 Suppl, 20| cannot excommunicate or absolve his superior. Therefore, 67 Suppl, 20| give another the power to ~absolve him, though he cannot use 68 Suppl, 22| excommunicate, but they can absolve them in the tribunal of ~ 69 Suppl, 22| who is not a priest cannot absolve in ~the tribunal of Penance. 70 Suppl, 22| OBJ 3: Further, a man can absolve his superior or his equal 71 Suppl, 22| confession, a man ~cannot absolve himself, or his superior, 72 Suppl, 23| On the contrary, None can absolve a man from mortal sin unless 73 Suppl, 23| him. But any priest can absolve a man for holding ~communion 74 Suppl, 24| Whether any priest can absolve his subject from excommunication?~( 75 Suppl, 24| 1~Whether any priest can absolve his subject from excommunication? ~ 76 Suppl, 24| seem that any priest can absolve his subject from ~excommunication. 77 Suppl, 24| excommunication. But any priest can absolve his subject from sin. ~Therefore 78 Suppl, 24| Therefore much more can he absolve him from excommunication.~ 79 Suppl, 24| Therefore since any priest can ~absolve (his subject) from that 80 Suppl, 24| he is able likewise to ~absolve him from the excommunication.~ 81 Suppl, 24| to excommunicate as to ~absolve from excommunication. But 82 Suppl, 24| Neither, therefore, can they absolve them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[24] 83 Suppl, 24| answer that, Anyone can absolve from minor excommunication 84 Suppl, 24| excommunication who can ~absolve from the sin of participation 85 Suppl, 24| sentence or his superior can absolve - or it ~is pronounced by 86 Suppl, 24| bishop or even a priest can absolve ~except in the six cases 87 Suppl, 24| Church, a priest cannot absolve him from his guilt, unless 88 Suppl, 24| they all depute one ~to absolve him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[24] 89 Suppl, 25| Further, an inferior cannot absolve from an obligation imposed 90 Suppl, 25| Therefore no man can absolve from that ~punishment, by 91 Suppl, 26| indulgences, although they cannot absolve in the tribunal of ~Penance, 92 Suppl, 28| any priest. Because to ~absolve in the tribunal of Penance 93 Suppl, 35| neither consecrate, nor absolve in the tribunal of ~Penance. 94 Suppl, 38| consequently a heretic ~cannot absolve, as neither can he confer 95 Suppl, 71| of punishment, does not ~absolve the performer from his own 96 Suppl, 71| to the Divine power to ~absolve many than to absolve one, 97 Suppl, 71| to ~absolve many than to absolve one, nevertheless the prayer


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