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pen 2
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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penal

   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | But whatever hurts is penal. Therefore every evil comes 2 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 1: A place is not penal to angel or soul as if affecting 3 1, 49 | But whatever hurts is penal. Therefore every evil comes 4 1, 65 | Reply OBJ 1: A place is not penal to angel or soul as if affecting 5 1, 94 | actual difficulty, by its penal character, enables the deed 6 1, 117 | would have something of a penal and afflicting nature. This 7 2, 39 | discordant from the Divine will. Penal evils happen actually, even 8 2, 73 | does not seem to apply to penal harm, which the sinner himself ~ 9 2, 87 | except he pay some sort of ~penal compensation, which restores 10 2, 87 | the equality of justice by penal compensation ~is also to 11 2, 87 | of its being ~something penal, it has always a relation 12 2, 87 | sometimes a thing seems penal, and yet ~is not so simply. 13 2, 87 | nature needs a treatment of penal ~medicines, is due to the 14 2, 87 | state of ~innocence, for penal exercises in order to make 15 2, 87 | virtue; so ~that whatever is penal in the exercise of virtue, 16 2, 87 | sin, inasmuch as it is ~penal, then each one is punished 17 2, 87 | take part in the sin, this ~penal ill has the character of 18 2, 89 | punishment. But nothing penal ~was possible in the state 19 2, 7 | apprehension of certain penal evils, which ~are inflicted 20 2, 7 | that sinners will suffer penal evils from ~God: in this 21 2, 17 | damned, it would not be truly penal ~unless it went against 22 2, 18 | to wit, a man fears a ~penal evil, not because it separates 23 2, 18 | lest it should be of a penal ~nature, is one not of fear 24 2, 32 | commands us to bear with ~penal evils, not to love them. 25 2, 34 | hinders a sin from being penal accidentally, as ~stated 26 2, 62 | own life in order to avoid penal ~evils has indeed an appearance 27 2, 62 | of soul unable to ~bear penal evils, as the Philosopher ( 28 2, 81 | Thirdly, ~there is the present penal state which is a kind of 29 2, 106 | consists in the infliction of a penal evil on ~one who has sinned. 30 2, 142 | other kind of disgrace is penal so to speak, and it consists 31 2, 145 | something not eligible ~but penal: yet it becomes eligible 32 2, 148 | denotes not a sin, but a penal defect resulting from a 33 2, 151 | that it contains ~something penal resulting from the first 34 2, 159 | conveys ~the notion of a penal evil, according to Ps. 104: 35 2, 162 | attaching to matter, and penal on ~account of the loss 36 2, 162 | outweighs in ~good all the penal evils which are stated to 37 2, 162 | favor human nature incurred penal defects. Hence they were ~ 38 2, 163 | Reply OBJ 3: An assault is penal if it be difficult to resist 39 3, 52 | righteous of old were subject to penal sufferings before Christ' 40 3, 52 | their being freed from ~penal sufferings. Yet Christ bestowed 41 3, 52 | no others in a ~state of penal suffering except those in 42 3, 65 | virtues and to the defects and penal effects resulting from sin. ~ 43 3, 65 | being ordained against the penal ~effect which is malice. 44 3, 68 | into ~righteousness, not by penal, but by "easy works, so 45 3, 68 | confession made to a man is penal, by reason of the shame 46 Suppl, 10| contrary, Confession is a penal work. But all penal works 47 Suppl, 10| is a penal work. But all penal works expiate ~the punishment 48 Suppl, 15| must be made by means of penal works?~(2) Whether the scourges 49 Suppl, 15| must be made by means of penal works?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 50 Suppl, 15| not be made by means of ~penal works. For satisfaction 51 Suppl, 15| compensation is given to God by ~penal works, for God does not 52 Suppl, 15| not be made by means of penal ~works.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 53 Suppl, 15| work proceeds, the ~less penal is that work, for "charity 54 Suppl, 15| satisfaction need to be penal, the more they ~proceed 55 Suppl, 15| done by other ~means than penal works. Therefore satisfaction 56 Suppl, 15| to be made by ~means of penal works.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 57 Suppl, 15| should be made by means of ~penal works.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 58 Suppl, 15| needs to be made by means of penal works. For compensation ~ 59 Suppl, 15| a good work unless it be penal. Therefore, in order ~that 60 Suppl, 15| s honor, and it must be penal, so that something may be 61 Suppl, 15| of satisfaction should be penal. But prayer is not ~penal, 62 Suppl, 15| penal. But prayer is not ~penal, since it is a remedy against 63 Suppl, 15| since it is a remedy against penal sorrow, and is a source 64 Suppl, 15| forth sighs for sin; this is penal and a part of ~satisfaction.~ 65 Suppl, 69| places, as including all penal places under one head. Again 66 Suppl, 69| there should only be three penal abodes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 67 Suppl, 69| 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, some penal place should correspond 68 Suppl, 70| Sometimes, however, it is of a penal or unpleasant ~nature accidentally, 69 Suppl, 70| spirit; and thus it has ~a penal effect on it, by hindering 70 Suppl, 71| punishment. Now fasting is more penal than almsgiving or ~prayer. 71 Suppl, 83| however we say that death is penal by reason of the ~bodily


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