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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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refrain

   Part, Question
1 2, 19 | such. ~For instance, to refrain from fornication is good: 2 2, 20 | complete, and does not refrain from the deed save through 3 2, 29 | also irrational animals refrain from pleasure for fear of ~ 4 2, 44 | are in pain can scarcely refrain from ~crying aloud. On the 5 2, 48 | so is a man that cannot ~refrain his own spirit in speaking." 6 2, 87 | punishments for those who refrain from sin through the ~thought 7 2, 88 | drunkenness rather than to refrain from excess of wine: wherefore 8 2, 88 | for the love of God, to refrain from ~that sin if he knew 9 2, 89 | have the use of reason can ~refrain from other mortal sins for 10 2, 102 | lust, for which reason some refrain ~from wine and flesh-meat.~ 11 2, 105 | this may be deterred and ~refrain from sinning; so too may 12 2, 105 | crime, that others may refrain from similar crimes.~Aquin.: 13 2, 108 | prescribing that man should refrain not merely from those ~external 14 2, 31 | those of high position, refrain from ~reproving others, 15 2, 31 | account of a previous ~sin, to refrain from correcting wrongdoers.~ 16 2, 33 | it is not a mortal sin to refrain in deed from ~some spiritual 17 2, 33 | it is not a mortal sin to refrain in ~thought from such like 18 2, 38 | them, and, if necessary, to refrain from resistance or ~self-defense. 19 2, 38 | one were to ~choose to refrain from fighting.~Aquin.: SMT 20 2, 41 | From all appearance of evil refrain yourselves." ~Scandal is 21 2, 58 | restrain our judgment, and refrain from forming a definite 22 2, 67 | him secretly, because to refrain from taking ~it would be 23 2, 71 | whole of mankind, since many refrain ~from mortal sin: whereas 24 2, 77 | contrary, It is easier to refrain from evil deeds than to ~ 25 2, 77 | it is a graver sin not to refrain from ~an evil deed, i.e. " 26 2, 85 | ministers of the Church rightly refrain from demanding ~the Church' 27 2, 86 | witness, ~so that one may refrain from breaking the vow, not 28 2, 99 | of religion one ought to refrain from paying one's ~parents 29 2, 103 | Wherefore ~superiors should refrain from making a multitude 30 2, 105 | since it is not ~a sin to refrain from sinning, it seems that 31 2, 117 | illiberal or covetous man refrain from taking what belongs 32 2, 120 | for salvation that one ~refrain from injuring one's neighbor; 33 2, 121 | private individual does not refrain from ~giving a just judgment 34 2, 122 | which even dumb animals refrain from the greatest ~pleasures," 35 2, 140 | health, ~certain persons refrain from pleasures of meat, 36 2, 140 | Divine things need much to refrain from carnal things. Nor 37 2, 140 | dangers of death than ~to refrain from any pleasures whatever: 38 2, 142 | From all appearance of evil refrain yourselves." The Philosopher, 39 2, 150 | rest. Wherefore if a man refrain ~from possessing certain 40 2, 150 | lout. But a virgin does not refrain from ~every pleasure, but 41 2, 151 | Reply OBJ 3: Certain persons refrain from lustful pleasures chiefly ~ 42 2, 166 | 15) [*Spurious]: "Let him refrain from games ~and the sights 43 2, 182 | bind themselves by vow ~to refrain from worldly affairs, which 44 2, 185 | for the same reasons to refrain from ~living on alms. Hence 45 2, 185 | would be bound not only to refrain from accepting ~alms, but 46 2, 185 | Thess. 5:22) we ought to "refrain ~from all appearance of 47 3, 39 | inasmuch as ~it induced men to refrain from sin; but Christ's baptism 48 3, 46 | is all the more bound to refrain ~from sin, according to 49 3, 80 | Whether it is lawful to refrain from it altogether?~(12) 50 3, 80 | ruled that he was not to refrain from communicating on that ~ 51 3, 80 | says that one ought to refrain from ~Communion when this 52 3, 80 | a token of reverence to refrain from ~receiving this sacrament; 53 3, 80 | he considers he ought to refrain from ~receiving for a time." 54 3, 80 | deems that he ~ought to refrain entirely from Communion 55 3, 80 | is lawful for anyone to refrain from what is not of ~necessity 56 3, 80 | lawful even for the ~godly to refrain from Communion.~Aquin.: 57 3, 80 | III says, penitents, "who refrain on the advice of their priest," 58 3, 80 | Consequently, one ought to refrain ~from receiving the body 59 3, 82 | the priest consecrating to refrain from ~communicating?~(5) 60 3, 82 | Whether a priest may lawfully refrain altogether from celebrating?~[* 61 3, 82 | the same, but may lawfully refrain from receiving it.~Aquin.: 62 3, 82 | seems that one ought not to ~refrain from receiving Communion 63 3, 82 | is lawful for a priest to refrain entirely from consecrating ~ 64 3, 82 | be lawful for a priest to refrain entirely from ~consecrating 65 3, 82 | that a priest may lawfully refrain ~altogether from consecrating, 66 3, 82 | not the care of souls, to refrain ~altogether from celebrating; 67 Suppl, 11| of the scandal he should ~refrain from speaking of it unless 68 Suppl, 41| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to refrain from what is meritorious 69 Suppl, 42| would be very stupid to refrain from matrimony.~Aquin.: 70 Suppl, 47| the Apostle ~wishes us to refrain from all such things (1 71 Suppl, 52| lawfully command him ~to refrain from marrying. For it is 72 Suppl, 67| of giving consent is to refrain from prohibiting ~when one 73 Suppl, 67| counsel of the notaries to refrain from his purpose of ~divorce. ~


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