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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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confessed

   Part, Question
1 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost is to be ~confessed as proceeding from Father 2 2, 98 | fulfilling these precepts man confessed himself a ~sinner. Hence 3 2, 102 | though the ~high-priest confessed himself to be the minister 4 2, 4 | past, the fathers of old confessed as yet to come, as ~appears 5 2, 52 | hidden sins should not be confessed in public.~~ 6 2, 93 | says: "Although the demon confessed the truth, Christ ~put a 7 2, 150 | Virgin. ix): ~"It must be confessed that the fruitfulness of 8 2, 182 | 6:12): "Thou . . . hast confessed a ~good confession before 9 3, 2 | resulted, so ~that they confessed Christ to be "from" two 10 3, 20 | good ~master, and had not confessed Him to be God or the Son 11 3, 38 | to be baptized by John "confessed ~their sins," as related 12 3, 44 | from certainty that they confessed Him to be the Son of God. 13 3, 66 | with water, after he has confessed; the latter with ~his blood. 14 3, 72 | before Baptism, have publicly confessed the Faith of Christ by ~ 15 3, 80 | Communion, except he has ~openly confessed, or has been named and convicted 16 3, 84 | sin, a man, in a fashion, confessed his sin ~to the priest. 17 Suppl, 6 | we do not read that they confessed, it may be that ~they did; 18 Suppl, 6 | the natural law. But he ~confessed his sins, as appears from 19 Suppl, 6 | it orders all sins to ~be confessed, which cannot apply to venial 20 Suppl, 6 | for the grace of Christ, confessed their sins to him, and that ~ 21 Suppl, 7 | up. But the sin which is confessed is placed under the seal 22 Suppl, 8 | a case of necessity, has confessed to a layman, ~has received 23 Suppl, 8 | same matter. But he who has confessed to ~another priest, is bound 24 Suppl, 8 | when he says that he has confessed to one who could absolve 25 Suppl, 8 | Consequently, if a man has confessed to the bishop's penitentiary, 26 Suppl, 8 | priest; and one who ~has confessed thus, is more punished hereafter 27 Suppl, 8 | hereafter than if he had confessed ~to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT 28 Suppl, 9 | a ~man in mortal sin has confessed once, he is not bound to 29 Suppl, 9 | know of him that he had confessed. Therefore it is not necessary ~ 30 Suppl, 9 | his own priest to whom he confessed first is ~no longer available, 31 Suppl, 9 | again the sins which he had ~confessed before, especially if he 32 Suppl, 9 | as to the sins which he confessed he had already ~manifested 33 Suppl, 9 | general, saying ~that he had confessed many sins in his previous 34 Suppl, 9 | through hearing the sins ~confessed. On the other hand, the 35 Suppl, 10| as though he had already confessed, and so the ~confession 36 Suppl, 10| Consequently one who has confessed and received ~absolution 37 Suppl, 10| even before he actually confessed. Nevertheless the obstacle 38 Suppl, 11| man, whereas he that has confessed it, ~can.~Aquin.: SMT XP 39 Suppl, 11| committed again after being confessed to him. Nor does it matter 40 Suppl, 11| the sin has already been confessed ~to him, and then every 41 Suppl, 14| many good actions before he confessed. Or we may say that ~the 42 Suppl, 71| condemned to hell; and yet he ~confessed that he and others were 43 Suppl, 84| the sins which a man has ~confessed will not be made known to 44 Suppl, 85| words of the Judge, who have confessed their faith in Him by words." ~


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