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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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confesses

   Part, Question
1 1, 64 | some good works: for he confesses the truth, ~saying to Christ: " 2 1, 64 | and ~when he believes and confesses, yet not willingly, but 3 1, 65 | some good works: for he confesses the truth, ~saying to Christ: " 4 1, 65 | and ~when he believes and confesses, yet not willingly, but 5 1, 103 | the Catholic faith, which confesses that God created things ~ 6 2, 77 | in a state of passion, confesses that what he has chosen 7 2, 60 | through the priest to whom he ~confesses.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 8 2, 81 | to Him, and by ~praying confesses that he needs Him as the 9 2, 94 | Civ. Dei x, 9): "Porphyry confesses that the ~intellectual soul 10 2, 107 | for instance when a man confesses the ~truth, or gives true 11 2, 122 | only by words, whereby one confesses ~the faith, but also by 12 2, 160 | be ~punished for his sins confesses them deceitfully. The tenth 13 3, 2 | of both these treasons, ~confesses a union of the Word of God 14 3, 36 | faith. But saving faith confesses Christ's Godhead and humanity. 15 3, 66 | says: "The newly baptized confesses his faith in the ~presence 16 3, 71 | a man, when catechized, confesses his faith. Now a child ~ 17 3, 84 | which he grieves, which he confesses, and ~for which he satisfies. 18 3, 84 | external signs of sorrow, ~confesses his sins verbally to the 19 Suppl, 1 | becomes a transgressor, who confesses not and makes ~not satisfaction.~ 20 Suppl, 3 | work of ~an unknown author] confesses that "he deserves to blind 21 Suppl, 6 | not commit, as when anyone confesses a sin which ~he thinks he 22 Suppl, 8 | judge of the person who ~confesses to him, yet, on account 23 Suppl, 8 | because the more priests one confesses to, the more ~is the punishment 24 Suppl, 9 | of priests to whom a man confesses, the greater his shame. ~ 25 Suppl, 9 | great as that with which he confesses all his sins ~together: 26 Suppl, 9 | oneself, so that if anyone confesses through another in any ~ 27 Suppl, 9 | be "humble," so that one ~confesses one's misery and weakness.~ 28 Suppl, 10| of the act of the one who confesses, for this act has the ~punishment 29 Suppl, 10| so that the oftener one confesses the ~same sins, the more 30 Suppl, 10| confounded." Now he who ~confesses all the sins of which he 31 Suppl, 10| Para. 2/2~Further, he that confesses is pardoned unless he be 32 Suppl, 10| be insincere. But he ~who confesses all the sins that he calls 33 Suppl, 11| sacramental although he that confesses, does not ~purpose amendment. 34 Suppl, 11| secret. Therefore he that ~confesses to him, not being his superior, 35 Suppl, 22| Penance, as when a bishop confesses to his subject, or one ~ 36 Suppl, 22| subject, or one ~priest confesses venial sins to another. 37 Suppl, 84| a man who courageously ~confesses great crimes. Sins are said


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