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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 16 | statement - "that a person commits fornication is true" - is 2 1, 63 | this way to be Godlike, he commits ~no sin; provided that he 3 1, 64 | this way to be Godlike, he commits ~no sin; provided that he 4 1, 113 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: When man commits sin without being thereto 5 2, 18 | for instance, when a man commits a ~theft in order to give 6 2, 18 | Consequently we say ~that he that commits theft for the sake of adultery, 7 2, 73 | commandments." Therefore whoever commits ~one sin is guilty of all.~ 8 2, 73 | 1]). Therefore ~whoever commits one sin, is deprived of 9 2, 73 | virtues. Therefore ~whoever commits one sin, is guilty of all 10 2, 73 | neighbor, against whom he commits spiritual ~sins, and consequently 11 2, 73 | he ought ~not to give, he commits the same kind of sin in 12 2, 73 | his ~father's life a man commits many sins; for he outrages 13 2, 73 | found against ~which man commits against God, and in some 14 2, 73 | God, and in some which he commits against ~himself. Moreover 15 2, 75 | another, in so far as a man ~commits one sin for the sake of 16 2, 76 | he ought to have or do, commits a sin of omission. Wherefore ~ 17 2, 76 | for the two ~sins which he commits, viz. drunkenness, and the 18 2, 78 | happens sometimes that a man commits a ~slight sin through habit, 19 2, 78 | OBJ 3: Further, when a man commits a sin through certain malice, 20 2, 79 | sin, ~which the free-will commits against the commandment 21 2, 80 | 2:19). Therefore whoever commits a sin, has been ~overcome 22 2, 81 | a murder which the ~hand commits would not be imputed as 23 2, 84 | ignorance, or when ~one commits a sin with a good intention, 24 2, 87 | evident that whoever sins, commits an offense against an order: ~ 25 2, 88 | mortal. Because he that commits a sin generically venial, ~ 26 2, 88 | contrary to the love of God, commits the sin of ~fornication, 27 2, 88 | an imbecile, then he that commits ~fornication in a state 28 2, 88 | state of such ignorance, commits no sin either mortal or ~ 29 2, 89 | But sometimes the man who commits a ~venial sin, will not 30 2, 92 | punishes, as: "Let him that commits a murder be put to death."~ 31 2, 11 | Ethic. v, 2) that "he who commits adultery that he may ~steal, 32 2, 23 | the one mortal sin if he commits it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 33 2, 25 | the gravity of the sin one commits in acting against that love. 34 2, 31 | in such a way that one ~commits a mortal sin, namely, "when" ( 35 2, 37 | as shown above (A[1]), commits a twofold sin: first by ~ 36 2, 41 | instance, when a man publicly commits a sin or does ~something 37 2, 41 | in the other, as when one commits a sin being induced thereto 38 2, 41 | resentment against the person who commits a sin, which ~resentment 39 2, 41 | indiscretion, a person either commits a ~venial sin, or does something 40 2, 41 | either because a person commits a mortal sin, or because 41 2, 60 | bound to restitution who commits the sin, ~but also he who 42 2, 62 | sir; ~of another. For she commits no sin in being violated 43 2, 64 | says (Etym. x) that "he who commits a rape is called a corrupter, 44 2, 64 | its ~equality. Yet a man commits a theft even if he secretly 45 2, 64 | he acts unlawfully and commits a robbery, ~as burglars 46 2, 65 | But if an exempt person commits a theft, or a murder or 47 2, 67 | the judge. Therefore he commits a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 48 2, 69 | Therefore an advocate also commits no sin, but ought to be ~ 49 2, 71 | of all other sins a man commits against his neighbor, adultery 50 2, 76 | injustice. In like manner he commits an injustice who lends wine 51 2, 86 | transgressor of either ~commits a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 96 | and if he does it, he commits a sin. If therefore ~he 53 2, 96 | demands an oath of a perjurer commits a ~sin. Either he knows 54 2, 97 | due to sacred things, he commits a sacrilege formally; although ~ 55 2, 98 | irreverence, and consequently commits a sin of ~irreligion.~Aquin.: 56 2, 98 | intend this chiefly one ~commits simony. Now to grant a request 57 2, 105 | power of the person who commits it: ~because, according 58 2, 145 | whoever infringes a precept commits a mortal sin. ~Therefore 59 2, 152 | is another's, so that he commits an injustice. Therefore 60 2, 160 | do this. Thus a man who commits fornication, judges that 61 2, 179 | directed: for ~instance "he who commits adultery that he may steal, 62 2, 184 | obedience, whereby a man ~commits himself to the disposal 63 3, 48 | atonement ~devolves on him who commits the sin; as is clear in 64 3, 64 | death; not only he that commits the sin, but also he who 65 3, 74 | administer poison through it, he ~commits sin by his evil intention, 66 3, 80 | who receives Christ's body commits sin, although ~unconscious 67 3, 82 | the sacraments from them, commits sin. But not all ~who are 68 3, 84 | what he did before, or even commits actually the same or another ~ 69 3, 88 | not only for the sins he commits after Baptism, but ~also 70 3, 88 | Ethic. v, 2) that ~"he who commits adultery in order to steal 71 3, 88 | If, therefore, a sinner commits a sin in contempt of God 72 3, 90 | just as after Baptism man commits venial and mortal ~sins, 73 Suppl, 6 | actual sin, which a man commits of himself, cannot be ~expiated, 74 Suppl, 6 | does not follow ~that he commits a mortal sin, even though 75 Suppl, 23| against the commandment, and commits ~a mortal sin; but by holding 76 Suppl, 24| Wherefore, just as a man commits no sin except willingly, 77 Suppl, 36| raises the unworthy to Orders commits a sin?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 78 Suppl, 36| raises the unworthy to orders commits ~no sin. For a bishop needs 79 Suppl, 36| does this. Wherefore he commits ~a mortal crime, as being 80 Suppl, 36| it would seem ~that he commits many mortal sins: which 81 Suppl, 39| Now sometimes a ~person commits homicide without fault, 82 Suppl, 45| without consenting in heart commits a fraud. Therefore he should ~ 83 Suppl, 49| appetite alone, seemingly he commits no ~sin, for nothing natural 84 Suppl, 49| but merely of pleasure, he commits a ~mortal sin. For according 85 Suppl, 53| who breaks a simple vow ~commits a mortal sin just as one 86 Suppl, 62| fornication, than if ~one only commits it. But if both commit fornication, 87 Suppl, 62| can they be, if only one ~commits fornication.~Aquin.: SMT 88 Suppl, 63| besides Christ, else ~it commits fornication with the devil. 89 Suppl, 64| disobeys a Divine command commits a mortal sin. ~Now the Lord 90 Suppl, 66| OBJ 2: Further, a man who commits fornication with several 91 Suppl, 66| fact and not in law, he commits fornication if he has not 92 Suppl, 66| Reply OBJ 4: If a woman commits fornication after being 93 Suppl, 96| for sometimes a person who commits an offense ~in a city is 94 Suppl, 96| from the very ~fact that he commits a mortal sin, he places


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