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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | justice. But God cannot remit ~what appertains to His 2 1, 21 | though it does not totally remit, yet somewhat alleviates, 3 2, 62 | cannot do this he should remit him for judgment by a higher 4 2, 65 | 4) Whether he can justly remit the punishment?~Aquin.: 5 2, 65 | Whether the judge can lawfully remit the punishment?~Aquin.: 6 2, 65 | that the judge can lawfully remit the punishment. ~For it 7 2, 65 | judge also may ~lawfully remit the punishment to one who 8 2, 65 | the power of a judge to remit such ~punishment, since 9 2, 65 | commonwealth, ~can lawfully remit the punishment to a guilty 10 2, 65 | Therefore He is free to remit ~the punishment, especially 11 2, 65 | Him. He does not, however, remit the punishment, ~except 12 2, 65 | 3: If the judge were to remit punishment inordinately, 13 2, 66 | the sovereign could not remit this ~punishment, nor on 14 2, 66 | the Pope seemingly cannot remit, according to a ~statement 15 2, 172 | God is more inclined ~to remit punishment than to withdraw 16 2, 187 | a less useful vow cannot remit a more useful one. Now ~ 17 3, 47 | shown, for He would ~not remit sin without penalty: and 18 3, 69 | Therefore Baptism does not ~remit the debt of punishment.~ 19 3, 69 | But the sovereign may ~remit the penalty to such like 20 3, 70 | Therefore neither did it ~remit original sin.~Aquin.: SMT 21 3, 70 | the ~only effect was to remit sin. The Master holds this 22 3, 84 | from sin is the same as to remit sin. But God ~alone remits 23 3, 84 | neither does he say: "I remit thy sins."~Aquin.: SMT TP 24 Suppl, 5 | never be so great as to remit the whole punishment. ~Aquin.: 25 Suppl, 8 | has a natural aptitude to remit sins, just as ~the beating 26 Suppl, 8 | which are of a nature to remit punishment, the less there ~ 27 Suppl, 17| kingdom is also the power to remit the debt of temporal ~punishment, 28 Suppl, 17| all three Divine Persons remit sins. Now the priest, ~through 29 Suppl, 17| OBJ 5: All three Persons remit sins in the same way as 30 Suppl, 18| 2) Whether a priest can remit sin as to the punishment?~( 31 Suppl, 18| Neither therefore can he remit sins as to their guilt.~ 32 Suppl, 18| 1/1~Whether a priest can remit sin as to the punishment?~ 33 Suppl, 18| seem that a priest cannot remit sin as to the ~punishment. 34 Suppl, 18| Therefore the priest ~does not remit the punishment in any way.~ 35 Suppl, 18| Therefore the priest cannot remit any part of it.~Aquin.: 36 Suppl, 18| priest ~would be able to remit the entire punishment due 37 Suppl, 18| Further, the priest cannot remit sin either as to the guilt [* 38 Suppl, 18| If therefore he cannot remit ~sin as to the temporal 39 Suppl, 18| punishment, he would be unable to remit sin in any ~way, which is 40 Suppl, 18| OBJ 1: The priest does not remit the entire temporal punishment, ~ 41 Suppl, 18| according to his own judgment, ~remit the punishment, either wholly 42 Suppl, 18| Now if the priest ~could remit and impose as much as he 43 Suppl, 18| own authority, He could remit the punishment wholly or 44 Suppl, 25| Whether an indulgence can remit any part of the punishment 45 Suppl, 25| that an indulgence cannot remit any part of the ~punishment 46 Suppl, 25| seems that no mere man can remit the debt of ~punishment 47 Suppl, 25| pardoned." But Christ could remit the punishment of a sin 48 Suppl, 25| has that power can only remit some ~fixed part of the 49 Suppl, 25| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, to remit a man's punishment beyond 50 Suppl, 25| amount to the same as to remit it without reason; because 51 Suppl, 25| indulgence cannot without cause remit a man's punishment either 52 Suppl, 25| were to say to anyone: "I remit to all ~the punishment you 53 Suppl, 25| it seems that he cannot ~remit anything beyond the just 54 Suppl, 26| OBJ 2: Further, none can remit punishments fixed by law, 55 Suppl, 26| Therefore the Pope alone can remit these ~punishments, since 56 Suppl, 27| Nor again do indulgences remit the punishment enjoined 57 Suppl, 30| Extreme Unction does ~not remit the stain without contrition, 58 Suppl, 30| without ~Unction; nor does it remit the punishment, for if the 59 Suppl, 52| competency of our will to ~remit a debt that is due to us, 60 Suppl, 62| husband cannot entirely ~remit the punishment, unless amendment 61 Suppl, 75| because God can of His mercy remit the punishment which one ~


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