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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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pardoned

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1 2, 88 | all, because it has ~been pardoned: thus Ambrose says that " 2 2, 88 | totally, ~to prevent its being pardoned: partially, as when a sin 3 2, 100 | 2:10): "For what I ~have pardoned, if I have pardoned anything, 4 2, 100 | have pardoned, if I have pardoned anything, for your sakes 5 2, 113 | guilt. Hence a man may be ~pardoned his guilt without his being 6 2, 13 | since in no ~way is it pardoned: because the mortal sin 7 2, 13 | itself, it deserves not to be pardoned: and this in two ~ways. 8 2, 20 | through ~the hope of being pardoned, is presumptuous, and this 9 2, 86 | 2:10: "For ~. . . have pardoned . . . for your sakes . . . 10 2, 136 | sorrows; but ~he is to be pardoned if he struggles against 11 2, 159 | the ~other hand, sin is pardoned through humility: for it 12 3, 8 | 2:10, "For what I have pardoned, if I ~have pardoned anything, 13 3, 8 | have pardoned, if I ~have pardoned anything, for your sakes 14 3, 21 | 23:34). Yet not all were pardoned this ~sin, since the Jews 15 3, 22 | 2:10: "For what I have ~pardoned, if I have pardoned anything, 16 3, 22 | have ~pardoned, if I have pardoned anything, for your sakes 17 3, 64 | 2:10): "For what I have pardoned, if I have pardoned ~anything, 18 3, 64 | have pardoned, if I have pardoned ~anything, for your sakes 19 3, 64 | though Christ Himself had pardoned. Therefore it seems that 20 3, 85 | against sin, the sin ~is pardoned and grace infused, and with 21 3, 86 | of sins which have been pardoned; (4) as regards the ~recovery 22 3, 86 | Therefore not every sin can be pardoned through ~Penance.~Aquin.: 23 3, 86 | say that any sin cannot be pardoned through true ~Penance. First, 24 3, 86 | 1/1~Whether sin can be pardoned without Penance?~Aquin.: 25 3, 86 | would seem that sin can be pardoned without Penance. For the ~ 26 3, 86 | by God's power sin can be pardoned ~without Penance.~Aquin.: 27 3, 86 | mortal actual sin to be pardoned ~without penance, if we 28 3, 86 | impossible for a sin to be ~pardoned anyone without penance as 29 3, 86 | forgive sins, even as Christ pardoned the adulterous woman, as ~ 30 3, 86 | by Penance one sin can be pardoned without another? ~Aquin.: 31 3, 86 | by Penance one sin can be pardoned without ~another. For it 32 3, 86 | impossible for one sin ~to be pardoned without another. Secondly, 33 3, 86 | impossible for one sin to be pardoned ~through Penance, without 34 3, 86 | through which the debt is pardoned. hence one debt can be ~ 35 3, 86 | one sin or offense is not pardoned without another; ~for it 36 3, 86 | after the guilt has been pardoned, no debt of punishment remains.~ 37 3, 86 | Consequently when guilt is pardoned through grace, the soul ~ 38 3, 86 | mortal sin is said to be pardoned from the very fact that, ~ 39 3, 86 | when the guilt has been pardoned.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 40 3, 86 | the guilt of mortal sin is pardoned through grace removing ~ 41 3, 86 | not only the ~guilt being pardoned, but all remnants of sin 42 3, 86 | Law were ~instituted, God pardoned the sins of the penitent. 43 3, 86 | whereby chiefly is sin pardoned, ~and which produces its 44 3, 87 | But one venial sin can be pardoned without another, ~as stated 45 3, 88 | mortal sins before ~they were pardoned, in so far as the subsequent 46 3, 88 | acts of sins ~previously pardoned, return through a subsequent 47 3, 88 | seems that sins already pardoned do ~not return through ingratitude 48 3, 88 | seemingly, sins already pardoned return ~through venial sins, 49 3, 88 | stated above (A[1]), sins pardoned through Penance are ~said 50 3, 88 | sin, the sins previously pardoned return, on account of ~the 51 3, 88 | that of the sins previously pardoned?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[88] A[ 52 3, 88 | of the ~sins previously pardoned. Because the greatness of 53 3, 88 | the greatness of the sin pardoned, and so ~too, in consequence, 54 3, 88 | one of ~those previously pardoned. Therefore the debt of punishment 55 3, 88 | of ~the sins previously pardoned, in addition to the debt 56 3, 88 | of the sins previously pardoned. Because it may happen that 57 3, 88 | greater the sins ~previously pardoned, the greater must be the 58 3, 88 | quantity of the sins previously pardoned: but the sin of ~ingratitude 59 3, 89 | I answer that, Sins are pardoned through Penance, as stated 60 Suppl, 10| that man's past ~guilt is pardoned.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 61 Suppl, 10| Further, he that confesses is pardoned unless he be insincere. 62 Suppl, 13| and in this respect it is pardoned gratuitously, but that it 63 Suppl, 14| his other sins ~which were pardoned him through his contrition?~( 64 Suppl, 14| sins which were already pardoned him through his contrition. 65 Suppl, 14| a man's sins have been ~pardoned through contrition, and 66 Suppl, 16| in so far as it can be pardoned or ~expiated. Therefore, 67 Suppl, 16| been ~a sin that could be pardoned, but not in the former: 68 Suppl, 25| 10): "For, what I have ~pardoned, if I have pardoned anything, 69 Suppl, 25| have ~pardoned, if I have pardoned anything, for your sakes 70 Suppl, 25| though Christ Himself ~had pardoned." But Christ could remit 71 Suppl, 71| sins, since they are not ~pardoned if Christ rose not again, 72 Suppl, 83| although the ~damned are not pardoned their sins, it does not


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