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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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neglect

   Part, Question
1 2, 61 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To neglect human affairs when necessity 2 2, 71 | is nothing else than to neglect eternal things, and seek 3 2, 72 | theft, or murder, or to ~neglect the flock committed to his 4 2, 76 | voluntary; and accordingly, the neglect to know, or even lack of ~ 5 2, 101 | forget the Lord thy God, and neglect His commandments and judgments ~ 6 2, 105 | enacted that if, through the ~neglect of the person to whom they 7 2, 105 | restitution on account of his neglect. But, as stated above (ad 8 2, 19 | despair arises rather from the neglect of the above ~consideration 9 2, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: This very neglect to consider the Divine favors 10 2, 23 | intercourse," i.e. the neglect to call upon or speak with 11 2, 31 | not be ~so unless, by this neglect, one omitted to observe 12 2, 45 | seek the common good often neglect their own. ~Therefore they 13 2, 51 | rightly ~through contempt or neglect of those things on which 14 2, 60 | restitution, if ~by their neglect thieves prosper, because 15 2, 67 | to a man's own fault or neglect that, of his own ~accord, 16 2, 79 | whom we had lost by our neglect" [*St. Augustine plays on 17 2, 79 | again, and 'negligere,' to neglect ~or despise.]. Or again, 18 2, 79 | and Whom we lose when we neglect Him by sin, and should recover 19 2, 85 | through his own fault or neglect, because the Church ought 20 2, 95 | God. But if ~they were to neglect human assistance without 21 2, 115 | commendable liberality not to neglect your ~relatives if you know 22 2, 115 | the liberal man does not neglect ~his own, wishing thus to 23 2, 152 | previous sin, ~namely the neglect to guard against the wiles 24 2, 164 | that is in default, namely, neglect of study, rather than to 25 2, 167 | First, through a man's neglect to give the requisite study 26 2, 180 | the active life, if we ~neglect to do the good we can do." ~ 27 2, 183 | matter which he must not neglect - neither for the sake of 28 2, 183 | busy with their own they neglect those that concern the ~ 29 2, 184 | venially or mortally ~through neglect, concupiscence, or contempt.~ 30 3, 42 | was it fitting for Him to neglect the Gentiles ~altogether, 31 3, 49 | Antichrist's time. But if any man neglect to make use of this remedy, 32 3, 83 | person responsible for the neglect ought to be punished. ~And 33 3, 83 | of Pope Pius I, "If from neglect any of the blood falls upon 34 3, 83 | same ~penance, who from neglect allows the hosts to putrefy. 35 Suppl, 2 | because this is owing to his neglect. If, however, the sin ~has 36 Suppl, 6 | he ~courts danger, if he neglect to confess that which he 37 Suppl, 6 | favor delay, but forbids the neglect involved in a ~further delay. 38 Suppl, 10| Further, no man profits by neglect. Now a man cannot forget 39 Suppl, 10| forget a ~mortal sin without neglect, before it is forgiven him. 40 Suppl, 10| He does not profit by his neglect, since he does not ~receive 41 Suppl, 27| of indulgences, and would neglect the penances imposed in ~ 42 Suppl, 54| prevalence of concupiscence and ~neglect men took no account of so 43 Suppl, 84| the punishment of man's neglect in ~omitting to confess 44 Suppl, 84| sinner is a result of his neglect in omitting to confess them. 45 Suppl, 93| his own ~carelessness or neglect. For this neglect would 46 Suppl, 93| carelessness or neglect. For this neglect would not have occasioned 47 Suppl, 93| that reason, unless his neglect were such as to involve 48 Suppl, 96| eternally, but only those who neglect those works. For it is ~ 49 Appen1, 1| baptized, those who through neglect have put off ~being baptized


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