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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 64 | the mortal sins of men, grave or less grave, are ~pardonable 2 1, 64 | sins of men, grave or less grave, are ~pardonable before 3 1, 65 | the mortal sins of men, grave or less grave, are ~pardonable 4 1, 65 | sins of men, grave or less grave, are ~pardonable before 5 1, 115 | proposition: "The digger of a grave found a ~treasure." And 6 1, 115 | ignorant of this, to dig a grave there. ~Consequently, nothing 7 2, 59 | virtuous man can be without grave sin, yet no ~man is to be 8 2, 73 | to be so much ~the more grave, as its object is a more 9 2, 73 | prominence, is all the more grave, on account of the scandal 10 2, 78 | kind make a sin to be less grave.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[78] A[ 11 2, 97 | matters, is ~looked upon as grave. Consequently, when a law 12 2, 100 | gravity of sin. For it is more grave and more ~repugnant to reason, 13 2, 100 | child; and adultery is more grave than theft, which regards ~ 14 2, 102 | I ~will praise Thee in a grave [Douay: 'strong'] people." 15 2, 102 | thing, and this was less grave, and was more easily expiated. 16 2, 105 | not be slandered without grave reason: wherefore it ~ordered 17 2, 10 | hinders a sin that is more grave in its genus from ~being 18 2, 10 | its genus from ~being less grave in respect of some circumstances. 19 2, 10 | the heretic's sin is more grave generically, ~it can be 20 2, 10 | latter respect it is a ~most grave sin. In respect, however, 21 2, 10 | councils, and consequently a ~grave sin to presume to dispute 22 2, 12 | directly against God, is more grave than murder, which is a 23 2, 19 | despair is not more but less grave than other sins.~Aquin.: 24 2, 20 | presumption is a sin, but less grave than despair, since, ~on 25 2, 31 | to all, prelates have a grave responsibility, as Augustine 26 2, 34 | capital vices seem to be less grave than the other ~vices which 27 2, 34 | envy ~is seemingly a most grave sin, for Gregory says (Moral. 28 2, 35 | charity is destroyed, is a ~grave sin: wherefore it is written ( 29 2, 41 | matter: and this is ~not so grave that anyone can reasonably 30 2, 41 | Peter's action was not so grave a ~sin as to give others 31 2, 45 | Hiram, that he knew "to grave all sort of graving, and 32 2, 53 | opposed to ~prudence is most grave, but only when it is opposed 33 2, 53 | to prudence in some ~very grave matter.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 34 2, 58 | mortal sin, if it be about a grave matter, since it cannot 35 2, 64 | it is aggravated by some grave circumstance, as in the 36 2, 67 | avoid scandal, whence ~some grave disturbance might be feared 37 2, 68 | the community, or to some grave personal injury, in short ~ 38 2, 68 | and manifest, so that a grave scandal would arise ~if 39 2, 70 | the railing might ~be so grave that being uttered inconsiderately 40 2, 71 | good name. Now it is a very grave matter to blacken a man' 41 2, 71 | spoken ~word be of such a grave nature, as to cause a notable 42 2, 71 | neighbor, adultery is ~most grave.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 43 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is a grave sin for the listener to 44 2, 73 | above, and then it is a grave sin.~ 45 2, 74 | an injury ~more or less grave than the blackening of a 46 2, 87 | except perhaps ~in cases grave necessity.~Aquin.: SMT SS 47 2, 93 | discovered when a man digs a grave - for these and like occurrences ~ 48 2, 106 | alone which conduce to the grave undoing of others.~Aquin.: 49 2, 121 | firm, namely ~in certain grave dangers. Therefore Tully 50 2, 130 | because it is a disposition to grave ~sins, in so far as it renders 51 2, 140 | those who are ~demented. Now grave fear and sorrow, especially 52 2, 152 | matters of action it is most ~grave and shameful to act against 53 2, 152 | another person, is the least grave among the species of lust. 54 2, 154 | the Holy Ghost, being most grave, are ~declared to be unpardonable. 55 2, 156 | desires the killing or any grave injury ~of his neighbor: 56 2, 161 | hence a sin is said to be ~grave in respect of this gravity 57 2, 161 | sinned, that sin ~was most grave on account of the perfection 58 2, 166 | we have done our duty by grave and serious matters."~Aquin.: 59 2, 166 | for many things would be grave sins if they ~were done 60 2, 183 | which in such matters is a ~grave sin. Wherefore a gloss of 61 2, 187 | of youth and every age, grave widows and ~aged virgins . . . 62 3, 35 | Christ is born; because a grave and hopeless disease ~demanded 63 3, 41 | tempt the spiritual man to grave sins, but he ~begins with 64 3, 51 | for no one is laid in the grave unless ~there be certainty 65 3, 51 | Christ's rising from the grave, to ~them who are in the 66 3, 51 | to ~them who are in the grave, hope is given of rising 67 3, 51 | our ~Lord buried in the grave of a stranger," as Augustine 68 3, 51 | rising likewise from the grave. ~Consequently, He sought 69 3, 51 | Consequently, His rising from the grave was a ~sufficient argument 70 3, 51 | earth while He was in the grave. Therefore He was not in 71 3, 51 | two whole nights in the grave.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 72 3, 52 | instance, His body was in the grave, and His Godhead ~everywhere. 73 3, 52 | body which was then in the grave is not a part of the ~uncreated 74 3, 52 | body. for that was in the grave. ~Therefore He was there 75 3, 80 | seems to have been most ~grave. Therefore this sin, whereby 76 3, 80 | did, whose sin was ~most grave. But there are many other 77 3, 80 | would be reputed a most grave one. Therefore, he sins ~ 78 3, 80 | but in ~others it is less grave; for instance, in those 79 3, 82 | Orations (xxxiii): "It is a ~grave matter if we do not approach 80 3, 83 | truth; yet he is guilty of grave sin, ~in not following the 81 3, 83 | be stricken by death or grave sickness before ~the consecration 82 3, 83 | excommunication, unless ~grave scandal were to be feared.~ 83 3, 84 | received pardon, to be so ~grave that it could not be forgiven. 84 3, 88 | against the benefactor is less grave. But the measure ~of ingratitude 85 3, 88 | but only ~when this is grave.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 86 Suppl, 3 | much as though they were ~grave sins, in comparison with 87 Suppl, 18| the punishment due to a grave sin is remitted, ~it does 88 Suppl, 28| who has committed a very grave crime deserves the greatest ~ 89 Suppl, 28| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Grave sins need great care in 90 Suppl, 47| not compelled unless for ~grave and probable reasons, while 91 Suppl, 49| agent, or at least not as so grave a sin. thus ignorance is 92 Suppl, 51| daughters. But it would be a ~grave assertion to maintain that 93 Suppl, 65| although ~fornication is less grave on account of the greatness 94 Appen1, 2| because thus all sins, however grave they be, are ~expiated by 95 Appen1, 2| this way both light and grave sins are remitted in ~the


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