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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 108 | who have sinned the most ~grievously, would be subject to the 2 2, 47 | in regard to all who are grievously hurt, in ~so far as this 3 2, 58 | will it fall, and the more grievously will it be hurt. ~And consequently, 4 2, 73 | through ignorance, sins less grievously. Therefore the ~gravity 5 2, 73 | the will to sin, the more grievously does man ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 73 | because a man sins more grievously if his will is induced to 7 2, 73 | who, seemingly, sins more grievously in the very fact that he 8 2, 73 | that he sins all the more grievously, ~according as the person 9 2, 73 | reason, sins all the more grievously, according to Ecclus. ~14: 10 2, 73 | neighbor, a man sins the more grievously, according as his sin ~affects 11 2, 74 | against which, man sins more grievously; just as when the reason 12 2, 74 | law of God, it sins more grievously in consenting, than ~if 13 2, 77 | man seems to sin the more grievously, according as he ~sins with 14 2, 10 | according to his ~unbelief, sins grievously."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 15 2, 10 | Therefore they sin less grievously than heathens, who receive 16 2, 10 | accepting it, sins more grievously ~against faith, than he 17 2, 10 | has promised, sins more grievously than if ~he had never promised 18 2, 12 | absolutely speaking, he sins more grievously that the murderer. ~Nevertheless 19 2, 13 | afterwards they sinned more grievously when, by ascribing to an 20 2, 20 | lesser the ~power, the more grievously does he sin who trusts in 21 2, 25 | OBJ 2: Further, the more grievously we sin by ceasing to love 22 2, 37 | particular schismatic sins ~more grievously than a particular unbeliever, 23 2, 40 | its authors, who ~sin most grievously; and secondly it is in those 24 2, 60 | be restored appears to be grievously ~injurious to the person 25 2, 62 | to those who sin without grievously harming others.~Aquin.: 26 2, 62 | kills a just man, ~sins more grievously than he who slays a sinful 27 2, 64 | so much do they sin more grievously than robbers, as ~their 28 2, 69 | without doubt he sins grievously, and is bound to restitution 29 2, 70 | man incautiously to injure grievously another by striking him ~ 30 2, 71 | the ~sinner, who sins more grievously, if he sins deliberately 31 2, 71 | backbiter does not ~sin grievously. For a man is not under 32 2, 74 | Therefore the curser sins more ~grievously than the backbiter.~Aquin.: 33 2, 86 | a solemn vow sins more ~grievously. When it is said that a 34 2, 92 | received, from sinning more grievously than idolaters who sin ~ 35 2, 98 | consequently he would sin grievously. For instance, ~those who 36 2, 103 | the love of God sins ~more grievously than one who disobeys the 37 2, 108 | kinds of lie, that are not grievously sinful yet are not ~devoid 38 2, 111 | this reason they sin more grievously. Hence the Philosopher says ( 39 2, 114 | giving displeasure sins more ~grievously than the adulator or flatterer, 40 2, 117 | injures himself sins more grievously, according ~to Ecclus. 14: 41 2, 146 | sin of gluttony is most grievously punished, for Chrysostom 42 2, 148 | extent of molesting nature ~grievously, he would not be free from 43 2, 151 | and the ~will, are most grievously disordered by lust.~Aquin.: 44 2, 152 | sinner: thus he sins more grievously ~who strikes his father 45 2, 160 | because a man sins the more grievously, according as he yields ~ 46 2, 161 | sins?~(4) Which sinned more grievously, the man or the woman?~Aquin.: 47 2, 161 | to do better, sins more grievously, if he commit a sin. Therefore ~ 48 2, 161 | Therefore ~Adam sinned more grievously than Eve.~Aquin.: SMT SS 49 2, 161 | seems that Adam ~sinned more grievously than Eve.~Aquin.: SMT SS 50 2, 161 | Now the woman was more ~grievously punished than the man, as 51 2, 161 | Therefore she ~sinned more grievously than the man.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 161 | pride, the woman sinned more grievously, ~for three reasons. First, 53 2, 182 | in holy orders, sins more grievously if he do something contrary ~ 54 2, 184 | equal, a religious sins more grievously ~by the same kind of sin 55 2, 184 | Whether a religious sins more grievously than a secular by the same 56 2, 184 | religious does not sin more grievously than ~a secular by the same 57 2, 184 | things being equal, sin more grievously.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 58 2, 184 | in ~secret) he sins less grievously in the same kind of sin 59 2, 187 | breaks a vow falls more grievously, this does not derogate 60 2, 187 | Baptism that some sin more grievously after being baptized.~Aquin.: 61 3, 44 | treated those men more grievously than they treated the swine, 62 3, 44 | from the demons, to suffer grievously for the moment; yet did 63 3, 47 | common order sinned most ~grievously as to the kind of their 64 3, 48 | who slew Him sinned most grievously, as stated ~above (Q[47], 65 3, 49 | thereby they offended God grievously. Therefore Christ's Passion 66 3, 64 | the minister himself sins grievously in ~having such an intention.~ 67 3, 67 | urgency, each ~would sin grievously, both the baptizer and the 68 3, 68 | after Baptism, sin more grievously, according to Heb. 10:29: " 69 3, 80 | this sacrament sins more grievously than the ~believer who is 70 3, 88 | reason he seems to sin more grievously than ~before, as stated 71 Suppl, 6 | he may by pride sin more grievously.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[4] 72 Suppl, 8 | being equal, a man sins more grievously under ~the New Law than 73 Suppl, 24| unless he strike him very grievously; (6) ~if the striker be 74 Suppl, 28| a cleric offends more ~grievously than a layman, yet a solemn 75 Suppl, 46| who violates it ~sins more grievously.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 76 Suppl, 56| intercourse with her, ~he sins as grievously as if she were his spiritual 77 Suppl, 62| Therefore the ~wife sins more grievously in adultery than the husband, 78 Suppl, 62| them may have sinned more grievously than the other.~Aquin.: 79 Suppl, 62| equal, a man sins more grievously in simple fornication than 80 Suppl, 62| divorce, the woman sins more grievously than the man, as appears 81 Suppl, 62| adulterous wife sins ~more grievously than the adulterous husband, 82 Suppl, 86| the demons sinned more grievously than men. Therefore it ~ 83 Suppl, 96| severity, so that the more grievously a person sins ~the more 84 Suppl, 96| a person sins ~the more grievously is he punished: "As much 85 Suppl, 96| invent new heresies sin more grievously than those who have conformed


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