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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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confessing

   Part, Question
1 2, 64 | Natur. vii): thus, by ~confessing one Person and two natures 2 2, 102 | hand on its ~head, while confessing the sins of the children 3 2, 3 | kind of ~confusion, from confessing his faith: wherefore the 4 2, 60 | that man's good name, by ~confessing that he told an untruth. 5 2, 79 | by believing in Him and confessing our faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 6 2, 122 | martyr if he were to die for confessing a truth of geometry or ~ 7 3, 36 | constancy of the Gentiles in confessing Christ even until death. 8 3, 44 | speech, although ~he was confessing the truth; to teach us not 9 3, 46 | those who, believing in and confessing Christ, either ~endure the 10 3, 61 | he is humbled, through confessing that he is subject to corporeal 11 3, 68 | by John "in the Jordan confessing their sins." But Christ' 12 3, 68 | it ~inflicts on the one confessing: whereas no exterior punishment 13 3, 72 | persecutors ~of the Faith, by confessing Christ's name, belongs to 14 3, 72 | receives the ~power of publicly confessing his faith by words, as it 15 3, 72 | is hindered from freely confessing Christ's name, ~by two things - 16 3, 72 | shame may hinder him from confessing the name of ~Christ.~Aquin.: 17 3, 83 | with the firm purpose of confessing and making satisfaction ~ 18 3, 89 | things which he suffered by ~confessing Him; but we must believe 19 3, 90 | it implies the purpose of confessing and making satisfaction.~ 20 Suppl, 1 | together with the ~purpose of confessing them and of making satisfaction 21 Suppl, 1 | together with the purpose of confessing them and of making satisfaction ~ 22 Suppl, 1 | to have the purpose of ~confessing and of making satisfaction.~ 23 Suppl, 1 | together with the purpose of confessing and of ~making satisfaction."~ 24 Suppl, 5 | unless he had the purpose of confessing united thereto: ~which purpose 25 Suppl, 6 | one can be dispensed from confessing to another man?~Aquin.: 26 Suppl, 6 | sacrament belongs, even so, by confessing his sin, a ~man submits 27 Suppl, 6 | they are reproached for not confessing their sin. Therefore ~confession 28 Suppl, 6 | Adam is reproached for not confessing his sin before God: ~because 29 Suppl, 6 | mortal sins ~for the delay in confessing one, which seems unreasonable.~ 30 Suppl, 6 | that, As the purpose of confessing is united to contrition, 31 Suppl, 6 | to have the purpose ~of confessing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[5] 32 Suppl, 6 | committing a mortal sin, ~without confessing first, if a priest be at 33 Suppl, 6 | one can be dispensed from confessing his sins ~to a man. For 34 Suppl, 6 | also ~dispense a man from confessing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[6] 35 Suppl, 8 | together with the purpose of confessing and the desire of ~absolution, 36 Suppl, 8 | by being contrite ~and confessing to whom he can; and although 37 Suppl, 8 | priest by reason of his confessing to him, he ~should have 38 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 6: The necessity of confessing to one's own priest does 39 Suppl, 8 | by reason of the shame in confessing, ~which is reckoned as a 40 Suppl, 9 | conscience of the person ~confessing. In this way it is possible 41 Suppl, 9 | escaped his memory ~while confessing, and that his own priest 42 Suppl, 9 | Further, the sole reason for confessing one's sins to a priest is ~ 43 Suppl, 10| which a man submits by confessing. Now it happens sometimes 44 Suppl, 10| to which man submits by confessing, provided he offers no obstacle ~ 45 Suppl, 10| but so far as the shame of confessing a sin ~diminishes its punishment, 46 Suppl, 11| obligation of secrecy by confessing to him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 47 Suppl, 38| the office, as it were, of confessing the faith; ~again he alone 48 Suppl, 93| the order of a tyrant for ~confessing Christ. Therefore an aureole 49 Suppl, 93| commandments." But to ~die for confessing the faith is sometimes an


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