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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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secretly

   Part, Question
1 2, 1 | was made ~public, is said secretly at Prime and Compline, as 2 2, 31 | Ananias and ~Saphira who had secretly "by fraud kept back the 3 2, 31 | instance, when a man plots secretly to betray his ~country to 4 2, 31 | enemies, or when a heretic secretly turns other men away ~from 5 2, 31 | prevented by admonishing him secretly. On the other hand there ~ 6 2, 31 | rebuke sinners sometimes by secretly ~admonishing them, so to 7 2, 31 | of all rebuke our brother secretly, and that ~if he listens, 8 2, 34 | reputation, and this ~either secretly, and then we have "tale-bearing," 9 2, 38 | come to the port of Rome secretly and covertly; ~for which 10 2, 39 | s enemy either openly or secretly. In another way a man intends 11 2, 39 | man is not content to hurt secretly the object ~of his anger, 12 2, 39 | sometimes he seeks to hurt him secretly. When, however, he sees 13 2, 59 | will, and this ~may be done secretly by fraud, or openly by violence. 14 2, 59 | chattel and this be taken secretly, it is called "theft," if 15 2, 59 | person, a man is injured secretly if he is ~treacherously 16 2, 59 | dignity, a man is injured secretly by false witness, detractions 17 2, 59 | the person of his wife, secretly ~(for the most part) by 18 2, 62 | wonders ~through him, had secretly commanded him to do this." 19 2, 64 | in taking another's thing secretly?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 20 2, 64 | to take another's ~thing secretly. For that which diminishes 21 2, 64 | essence of a sin. Now to sin secretly tends to diminish a ~sin, 22 2, 64 | taking another's thing ~secretly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 23 2, 64 | in taking another's thing secretly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 24 2, 64 | in a thing ~being taken secretly: and in this respect it 25 2, 64 | taking another's thing secretly."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 26 2, 64 | theft is taking something secretly, while robbery is to take 27 2, 64 | carried off publicly or secretly. Therefore the ~thing appropriated 28 2, 64 | force, whether it be done ~secretly or publicly. Therefore theft 29 2, 64 | commits a theft even if he secretly take his own ~property that 30 2, 64 | hands on another's property secretly and cunningly. Wherefore ~ 31 2, 64 | another's property either ~secretly or openly by order of a 32 2, 64 | taking it either openly or secretly: nor is this properly speaking ~ 33 2, 64 | properly speaking, to take secretly and ~use another's property 34 2, 64 | need a man may also take secretly ~another's property in order 35 2, 67 | partakes of food brought to him secretly, because to refrain from 36 2, 68 | give evidence on matters secretly ~committed to him in confession, 37 2, 71 | uttered in secret." For "secretly" and "openly" are ~circumstances 38 2, 71 | kind of violence - and ~secretly, as by theft, or by a crafty 39 2, 71 | and in another way ~secretly, and this is done by backbiting. 40 2, 71 | that speaks against another secretly, seems to respect rather 41 2, 71 | as by uttering such words secretly, he, for his own part, causes 42 2, 71 | someone, and the backbiter secretly; secondly, as to the ~end 43 2, 71 | differentiated by the circumstances "secretly" and "openly," ~because 44 2, 72 | since they both speak evil secretly of ~their neighbor: and 45 2, 93 | else ~thrusts himself in secretly, in order to foretell certain 46 2, 105 | threw gold into a house secretly, wishing to ~avoid popularity: 47 2, 114 | may do harm by deceiving secretly, so ~the quarreler may do 48 2, 114 | violence as it were, than secretly. Wherefore robbery is a 49 2, 130 | that "vainglory ~enters secretly, and robs us insensibly 50 2, 160 | pride while creeping in secretly, and before it is discovered 51 3, 1 | them in His predestination secretly yet justly. Therefore let 52 3, 55 | but in Galilee it ~was not secretly, nor once or twice, that 53 3, 72 | without any display,"* i.e. secretly. [*The passage quoted in ~ 54 3, 78 | spoke them twice, at ~first secretly, in order to consecrate, 55 3, 83 | and ever." Or the ~priest secretly pronounces some of the words 56 3, 84 | a kind ~of remedy to sin secretly, and it is in this sense 57 3, 89 | occultly and confess them secretly to a priest, may be retained ~ 58 3, 90 | works our salvation most secretly in the ~sacraments. Now 59 Suppl, 28| the confession is made ~secretly, so the penance is imposed 60 Suppl, 28| so the penance is imposed secretly. It is the execution of 61 Suppl, 45| 5) Whether consent given secretly in words expressive of the 62 Suppl, 45| 1~Whether consent given secretly in words of the present 63 Suppl, 45| seem that consent given secretly in words of the present ~ 64 Suppl, 45| Wherefore if consent be given secretly, even though it ~should 65 Suppl, 45| forbid baptism to be given secretly, ~since one may baptize 66 Suppl, 45| Therefore they cannot be done secretly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 67 Suppl, 62| adultery he ~watches her secretly that together with witnesses 68 Suppl, 68| the impediment and marry secretly, ~because such ignorance 69 Suppl, 72| first advent Christ came secretly, although the ~appointed 70 Suppl, 85| first coming Christ came secretly according to Is. ~45:15, "


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