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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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breaks

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | intellectual illumination, which breaks forth into the ~affection 2 1, 43 | intellectual illumination, which breaks forth into the ~affection 3 2, 31 | so far as the inward joy breaks forth from its bounds; and ~" 4 2, 48 | obey reason, man sometimes breaks out ~into unbecoming words: 5 2, 72 | disturbed in thought, then ~he breaks out into words of abuse, 6 2, 88 | God." Now whoever ~sins breaks this commandment, because 7 2, 100 | On the contrary, Whoever breaks a commandment sins mortally. 8 2, 109 | man strays from God and ~breaks His commandments, and thus 9 2, 5 | a man fails whenever he breaks one commandment, according 10 2, 12 | thereto, and yet ~more, if it breaks out into words, even as 11 2, 23 | readiness increasing, man breaks out into an act of more 12 2, 86 | a simple vow, and he who breaks a solemn vow sins more ~ 13 2, 96 | Therefore seemingly he that breaks an oath does not sin.~Aquin.: 14 2, 96 | infamy rather to one who breaks ~a promissory oath taken 15 2, 108 | Christ. i, 36): "Every liar ~breaks his faith in lying, since 16 2, 108 | lies to him: and whoever breaks his faith is guilty of iniquity." 17 2, 110 | while ~boasting of himself breaks out into invectives against 18 2, 110 | Sometimes, however, a man breaks out into boasting through ~ 19 2, 120 | OBJ 3: Further, whoever breaks a precept of the decalogue, 20 2, 145 | drink: ~wherefore drink breaks the fast, and for this reason 21 2, 151 | concupiscences, readily breaks out into lewd words. Secondly, 22 2, 153 | since ~in both of them it breaks out into vehement evil desires. 23 2, 156 | outward signs, even before it breaks out into effect; and in 24 2, 156 | sin conceived inwardly ~breaks out into effect. Now the 25 2, 156 | other disorder is when a man breaks ~out into injurious words, 26 2, 156 | blasphemy into which a man breaks out deliberately ~proceeds 27 2, 156 | blasphemy into which a man breaks out through a disturbance 28 2, 160 | it. Accordingly ~he who breaks God's commandment is said 29 2, 187 | from it. But if one ~who breaks a vow falls more grievously, 30 3, 80 | continuing in ~the mouth, neither breaks the Church's fast, nor takes 31 3, 86 | who ~hates his neighbor, breaks himself of other vices, 32 Suppl, 24| the second is of one who breaks into a church and ~is denounced 33 Suppl, 53| mortal sin, because he who breaks a simple vow ~commits a 34 Suppl, 53| mortal sin just as one who breaks a solemn vow, although it 35 Suppl, 62| keep faith with one who breaks his faith. ~But a spouse 36 Suppl, 62| a spouse by fornication breaks the faith due to the other 37 Suppl, 92| it follows that the soul ~breaks forth into praise. Hence 38 Suppl, 96| Whose ~commandments he breaks, and Whose honor he gives


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