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1 1, 12 | upon this says, "In this mortal life God can be seen ~by 2 1, 12 | he be separated from this mortal life. The reason is because, 3 1, 12 | therefore, that the soul in this mortal life ~should be raised up 4 1, 23 | anyone may lose his crown by mortal sin. Another person ~receives 5 1, 23 | considered in himself to die in mortal sin; yet it is not possible, ~ 6 1, 24 | fail to obtain it through mortal ~sin. Therefore those who 7 1, 29 | is man? and we answer: A mortal ~rational animal. Sometimes 8 1, 31 | we reply, A rational and mortal animal. So, because in God ~ 9 1, 31 | premiss, "Man alone is a mortal rational animal," we ~cannot 10 1, 63 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Mortal sin occurs in two ways in 11 1, 63 | which is compatible with ~mortal sin; but Seraphim is derived 12 1, 63 | which is ~incompatible with mortal sin. Therefore the first 13 1, 63 | are not consistent with mortal sin. Yet the names of ~Cherubim, 14 1, 64 | it is clear that all the mortal sins of men, grave or less 15 1, 64 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Mortal sin occurs in two ways in 16 1, 64 | which is compatible with ~mortal sin; but Seraphim is derived 17 1, 64 | which is ~incompatible with mortal sin. Therefore the first 18 1, 64 | are not consistent with mortal sin. Yet the names of ~Cherubim, 19 1, 65 | it is clear that all the mortal sins of men, grave or less 20 1, 96 | immortal. For the term "mortal" belongs to the definition 21 1, 112 | 9:14): "The thoughts of mortal men are fearful, and our ~ 22 1, 112 | effected in us by the habit of ~mortal virtue. Secondly, that reason 23 2, 2 | one thing that he is ~a mortal rational animal, and another 24 2, 19 | foresees about to die ~in mortal sin. If therefore man were 25 2, 34 | malice, since it is neither a mortal nor a ~venial sin; yet it 26 2, 44 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mortal perils are contrary not 27 2, 57 | 9:14): "The thoughts ~of mortal men are fearful, and our 28 2, 63 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Mortal sin is incompatible with 29 2, 63 | state. But actual sin, ~even mortal, is compatible with humanly 30 2, 63 | though man cannot avoid mortal sin without grace, so as 31 2, 63 | There are also certain mortal sins which ~man can nowise 32 2, 65 | charity, being free from mortal sin, and yet they find it ~ 33 2, 65 | whoever loses charity through mortal sin, forfeits all the infused 34 2, 71 | one sinful act. For ~every mortal sin is contrary to charity, 35 2, 71 | banished by ~one act of mortal sin, it follows that all 36 2, 71 | remain unquickened after mortal sin, so that they are no 37 2, 71 | Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly, mortal sin is incompatible with 38 2, 72 | when sin is ~divided into "mortal" and "venial." For things 39 2, 72 | same genus. But ~venial and mortal sin are infinitely apart, 40 2, 72 | and eternal punishment to mortal sin; and the measure ~of 41 2, 72 | be." Therefore venial and mortal sins are not of the same ~ 42 2, 72 | Further, some sins are mortal in virtue of their species [*" 43 2, 72 | laughter. Therefore venial and mortal sins differ ~specifically. ~ 44 2, 72 | difference between venial and mortal sin, ~or any other difference 45 2, 72 | difference between venial and mortal sin is consequent to the ~ 46 2, 72 | united by charity, ~there is mortal sin; but when it is disordered 47 2, 72 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Mortal and venial sins are infinitely 48 2, 72 | species from ~including mortal and venial sins; for instance, 49 2, 72 | speaking, venial, may even be a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] 50 2, 72 | the fact that one sin is mortal by reason of its ~species, 51 2, 73 | not destroy virtue; ~while mortal sin destroys infused virtue, 52 2, 73 | God. ~Yet one act, even of mortal sin, does not destroy the 53 2, 73 | grace by leading her into mortal sin. If therefore a sin 54 2, 74 | it can be the subject of mortal sin?~(5) Whether the reason 55 2, 74 | reason can be the subject of mortal sin?~(9) Whether the higher 56 2, 74 | long as we abide in this mortal life; wherefore it is ~signified 57 2, 74 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether mortal sin can be in the sensuality?~ 58 2, 74 | OBJ 1: It would seem that mortal sin can be in the sensuality. 59 2, 74 | is possible to commit a mortal ~sin about the objects of 60 2, 74 | the sensuality can be a mortal sin, so that mortal ~sin 61 2, 74 | be a mortal sin, so that mortal ~sin can be found in the 62 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, mortal sin is opposed to virtue. 63 2, 74 | sensuality can be the subject of mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 64 2, 74 | sin is a disposition to mortal sin. Now ~disposition and 65 2, 74 | stated above (A[3], ad 3), mortal sin can be ~there also.~ 66 2, 74 | grace," in whom, however, mortal sin is ~not to be found. 67 2, 74 | the sensuality is ~not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 68 2, 74 | spiritual death, ~which is mortal sin, as stated above (Q[ 69 2, 74 | others to the end. Wherefore mortal sin cannot be ~in the sensuality, 70 2, 74 | sensuality can concur towards a mortal sin: ~yet the fact of its 71 2, 74 | the fact of its being a mortal sin is due, not to its being 72 2, 74 | end belongs. Consequently mortal sin is imputed, not to the ~ 73 2, 74 | and the same applies ~to mortal sin, as stated (ad 1).~Aquin.: 74 2, 74 | may ~be a disposition to mortal sin, which is in the reason.~ 75 2, 74 | consent to delectation is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 76 2, 74 | to delectation is not a mortal sin, ~for consent to delectation 77 2, 74 | away from them. Now every mortal sin consists in turning 78 2, 74 | Augustine's definition of mortal sin, which was quoted above ( 79 2, 74 | to delectation is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 80 2, 74 | delectation ~without deed is not a mortal sin, but only a venial sin. 81 2, 74 | consent to the delectation a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 82 2, 74 | inward thought is not a mortal sin, nor is the consent 83 2, 74 | fornication or adultery is a mortal ~sin, not by reason of the 84 2, 74 | fornication. Now it is not a mortal sin to consent to the delectation ~ 85 2, 74 | Much less therefore is it a mortal ~sin to consent to the delectation 86 2, 74 | is ~lost except through mortal sin. Therefore consent to 87 2, 74 | consent to delectation is a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 88 2, 74 | to delectation is not a mortal sin, but only a ~venial 89 2, 74 | others have held it to be a mortal sin, and this ~opinion is 90 2, 74 | itself is not in itself a mortal sin; sometimes ~indeed it 91 2, 74 | of fornication is not a mortal sin in virtue of its genus, 92 2, 74 | wherefore neither is ~it a mortal sin to consent to such a 93 2, 74 | his ~appetite. Now it is a mortal sin, if a man deliberately 94 2, 74 | conformed to what is in itself a mortal sin. Wherefore such a ~consent 95 2, 74 | consent to delectation in a mortal sin, is itself a mortal 96 2, 74 | mortal sin, is itself a mortal sin, as the ~second opinion 97 2, 74 | external members may be ~mortal sins, in so far as the direction 98 2, 74 | fornication is, in its genus, a mortal ~sin: and that it be a venial 99 2, 74 | complete nature and is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 100 2, 74 | murder thought of, is a mortal sin also: but not the consent 101 2, 74 | venial sin, but also from mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 102 2, 74 | consulting the eternal law." But mortal sin consists in ~turning 103 2, 74 | there can be ~no other than mortal sin in the higher reason.~ 104 2, 74 | of the higher reason are mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 105 2, 74 | a venial sin becomes a mortal sin if it be done out of ~ 106 2, 74 | that it cannot be without mortal sin, on account of the ~ 107 2, 74 | law, in the same way as ~mortal sin is, because it does 108 2, 74 | such a ~disease is always mortal: the other is a disease 109 2, 74 | a disease is not always mortal. In like manner there is ~ 110 2, 74 | In like manner there is ~mortal sin in the higher reason 111 2, 74 | untouched, the sin is not mortal but venial.~Aquin.: SMT 112 2, 74 | can be no disorder without mortal sin. Therefore ~there can 113 2, 74 | if it be deliberate, is a mortal sin. Therefore ~venial sin 114 2, 74 | Now a deliberate sin is a mortal sin, through the ~reason, 115 2, 74 | takes us unawares is not a mortal sin, ~neither will the subsequent 116 2, 74 | subsequent deliberation make it a mortal sin; which is ~clearly false. 117 2, 74 | deliberate consent to what is a mortal ~sin in its genus, is itself 118 2, 74 | in its genus, is itself a mortal sin; and consequently the 119 2, 74 | to which it ~consents are mortal sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] 120 2, 74 | unbelief, in its ~genus, is a mortal sin, yet a sudden movement 121 2, 74 | sin, because there is no mortal sin unless it be contrary 122 2, 74 | this deliberation, it ~is a mortal sin. Therefore, in sudden 123 2, 74 | object, even if it be a mortal sin ~in its genus; or it 124 2, 74 | mortally, in ~things which are mortal sins in their genus, but 125 2, 74 | eternal law, though it be mortal ~in its genus, may nevertheless 126 2, 74 | sudden movement ~was not a mortal sin, becomes a mortal sin 127 2, 74 | a mortal sin, becomes a mortal sin in virtue of the deliberation ~ 128 2, 77 | committed through passion can be mortal?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 129 2, 77 | committed through passion can be mortal?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 130 2, 77 | through passion cannot be ~mortal. Because venial sin is condivided 131 2, 77 | venial sin is condivided with mortal sin. Now sin ~committed 132 2, 77 | seems that it cannot be mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 133 2, 77 | But passion ~cannot be a mortal sin, for there is no mortal 134 2, 77 | mortal sin, for there is no mortal sin in the sensuality, as ~ 135 2, 77 | through passion ~cannot be mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 136 2, 77 | which is the essence of a mortal sin. Therefore a sin committed ~ 137 2, 77 | through passion cannot be mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 138 2, 77 | death." Now it is proper to mortal sin to bring forth fruit 139 2, 77 | committed through passion may be mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 140 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Mortal sin, as stated above (Q[ 141 2, 77 | can happen not to ~be a mortal sin, only when the deliberating 142 2, 77 | the rescue, there is a mortal sin; and it is thus, as 143 2, 77 | sin that is ~opposed to mortal sin: whereas the objection 144 2, 77 | something. ~But that this be a mortal sin regards the aversion, 145 2, 77 | sin is no longer either ~mortal or venial.~ 146 2, 85 | shall quicken . . . your mortal bodies, because of His Spirit 147 2, 86 | man who after committing a mortal sin of prodigality, ~is 148 2, 87 | 1) the ~debt itself; (2) mortal and venial sin, which differ 149 2, 87 | the punishments of all mortal ~sins would be equal; because 150 2, 87 | punishment if it be united to ~a mortal sin in a lost soul, because 151 2, 88 | Para. 1/2 - OF VENIAL AND MORTAL SIN (SIX ARTICLES)~In the 152 2, 88 | place, since venial and mortal sins differ in respect of 153 2, 88 | venial sin as compared with mortal sin; secondly, we shall 154 2, 88 | fittingly condivided with mortal sin?~(2) Whether they differ 155 2, 88 | sin is a disposition to mortal sin?~(4) Whether a venial 156 2, 88 | a venial sin can become mortal?~(5) Whether a venial sin 157 2, 88 | a venial sin can become mortal by reason of an aggravating ~ 158 2, 88 | circumstance?~(6) Whether a mortal sin can become venial?~Aquin.: 159 2, 88 | fittingly condivided with mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 160 2, 88 | unfittingly condivided with ~mortal sin. For Augustine says ( 161 2, 88 | eternal law makes a sin to be mortal. Consequently every sin ~ 162 2, 88 | Consequently every sin ~is mortal. Therefore venial sin is 163 2, 88 | sin is not condivided with mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 164 2, 88 | commandment is to commit a mortal sin, it ~seems that whoever 165 2, 88 | perversion' of God's ~law is a mortal sin.] denotes a mortal sin, 166 2, 88 | a mortal sin.] denotes a mortal sin, it seems that whoever 167 2, 88 | unfittingly condivided with mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 168 2, 88 | But a ~crime denotes a mortal sin. Therefore venial sin 169 2, 88 | fittingly condivided ~with mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 170 2, 88 | drought. In like manner if mortal be ~taken literally as referring 171 2, 88 | to the same genus. But if mortal be ~taken metaphorically, 172 2, 88 | 9], ad 2), is said to be mortal by comparison ~with a disease, 173 2, 88 | disease, which is said to be mortal, through causing an ~irreparable 174 2, 88 | Wherefore ~such sins are called mortal, as being irreparable. On 175 2, 88 | Body Para. 3/3~Accordingly, mortal and venial are mutually 176 2, 88 | fittingly condivided ~with mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 177 2, 88 | division of sin into venial and mortal is not a ~division of a 178 2, 88 | Augustine ~gives, applies to mortal sin. On the other hand, 179 2, 88 | sin, and in relation to ~mortal sin: even as an accident 180 2, 88 | order, therefore, to avoid mortal sin each time that one ~ 181 2, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether mortal and venial sin differ generically?~ 182 2, 88 | would seem that venial and mortal sin do not differ ~generically, 183 2, 88 | some sins be generically mortal, and some ~generically venial. 184 2, 88 | 18], ~A[2]). Now either mortal or venial sin may be committed 185 2, 88 | more than God, which is a mortal sin. ~Therefore venial and 186 2, 88 | sin. ~Therefore venial and mortal sin do not differ generically.~ 187 2, 88 | A[3]), a sin ~is called mortal when it is irreparable, 188 2, 88 | are remissible. Therefore ~mortal and venial sin differ as 189 2, 88 | Therefore venial and mortal sin do not differ generically.~ 190 2, 88 | sins, and certain generic mortal ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 191 2, 88 | and ~another generically mortal, according as the genus 192 2, 88 | his ~last end, the sin is mortal by reason of its object. 193 2, 88 | object. Consequently it is a ~mortal sin generically, whether 194 2, 88 | wherefore such sins are mortal by ~reason of their genus. 195 2, 88 | reason of its object, becomes mortal ~on the part of the agent, 196 2, 88 | it to something that is a mortal sin in its own ~genus; for 197 2, 88 | that a ~sin generically mortal because venial, by reason 198 2, 88 | than God; so that they are mortal ~by reason of their genus.~ 199 2, 88 | sin is a disposition to mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 200 2, 88 | is not a disposition to mortal sin. ~For one contrary does 201 2, 88 | another. But venial and mortal sin ~are condivided as contrary 202 2, 88 | is not a disposition to mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 203 2, 88 | habits are engendered." But mortal and venial sin differ in 204 2, 88 | sin does not dispose to ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 205 2, 88 | venial because it disposes to mortal ~sin, it follows that whatever 206 2, 88 | that whatever disposes to mortal sin is a venial sin. Now ~ 207 2, 88 | every good work disposes to mortal sin; wherefore Augustine 208 2, 88 | fall away together into mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 209 2, 88 | dispose to a sin generically mortal, ~for they differ in species. 210 2, 88 | consequence, to a sin which is mortal on the part ~of the agent: 211 2, 88 | he becomes disposed to a mortal sin. ~Secondly, a human 212 2, 88 | dispose to a sin generically mortal. Because he that commits 213 2, 88 | choosing something ~that is a mortal sin in its genus.~Aquin.: 214 2, 88 | Reply OBJ 1: Venial and mortal sin are not condivided in 215 2, 88 | a venial ~sin dispose to mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 216 2, 88 | Venial sin is not like mortal sin in species; but it is 217 2, 88 | itself, a disposition to mortal sin; ~but it can be the 218 2, 88 | the matter or occasion of mortal sin accidentally; whereas ~ 219 2, 88 | very nature, disposes to mortal sin, as stated.~Aquin.: 220 2, 88 | a venial sin can become mortal?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 221 2, 88 | venial sin can become a mortal sin. For ~Augustine in explaining 222 2, 88 | them." Now a sin is called ~mortal through causing the spiritual 223 2, 88 | a ~venial sin can become mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 224 2, 88 | but after consent, is a mortal sin, as stated ~above (Q[ 225 2, 88 | a venial sin can become mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 226 2, 88 | OBJ 3: Further, venial and mortal sin differ as curable and 227 2, 88 | a venial sin may become mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 228 2, 88 | sin is a ~disposition to mortal, as stated (A[3]). Therefore 229 2, 88 | a venial sin can ~become mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 230 2, 88 | a venial sin becoming a mortal sin may be ~understood in 231 2, 88 | first a venial, and then a mortal sin. This is impossible: 232 2, 88 | for a venial sin to become mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 233 2, 88 | generically venial, ~becomes mortal. This is possible, in so 234 2, 88 | sin, or direct it to some mortal sin as end, as stated above ~( 235 2, 88 | venial sins ~constituting one mortal sin. If this be taken as 236 2, 88 | added together make one mortal sin, it is false, because 237 2, 88 | punishment equal to that ~of one mortal sin. This is evident as 238 2, 88 | of the ~punishment, since mortal sin incurs a debt of eternal 239 2, 88 | the pain of loss, because mortal ~sins deserve to be punished 240 2, 88 | many venial sins make one ~mortal sin dispositively, it is 241 2, 88 | venial sin ~disposes to mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 242 2, 88 | venial sins ~making one mortal sin dispositively.~Aquin.: 243 2, 88 | reason can never become a mortal sin; but the movement of 244 2, 88 | reason in consenting is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] 245 2, 88 | make a venial sin to be mortal?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 246 2, 88 | circumstance can make a venial sin mortal. ~For Augustine says in 247 2, 88 | be frequent, they ~become mortal sins." But anger and drunkenness 248 2, 88 | and drunkenness are not mortal but venial ~sins generically, 249 2, 88 | else they would always be mortal sins. Therefore a ~circumstance 250 2, 88 | makes a venial sin to be mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 251 2, 88 | See Q[74], A[6]], is a mortal sin, but that if it be not ~ 252 2, 88 | makes a venial sin to be mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 253 2, 88 | differ more than venial and mortal sin, ~both of which are 254 2, 88 | make a venial sin to be mortal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 255 2, 88 | genus, it cannot become mortal by reason of an ~accident: 256 2, 88 | accident: since, in a way, mortal sin infinitely surpasses 257 2, 88 | make a venial sin ~become mortal, unless it adds the deformity 258 2, 88 | whereas the ~deformity of a mortal sin consists in a disorder 259 2, 88 | make a venial sin ~to be mortal, so long as it remains a 260 2, 88 | tend to a hurt which is a mortal sin generically, such as 261 2, 88 | robbery, that anger will be a mortal sin generically: and if 262 2, 88 | little, the anger will not be mortal sin, however long it last, 263 2, 88 | drunkenness we reply that it is a mortal sin by reason of ~its genus; 264 2, 88 | Morose delectation is not a mortal sin except in those ~matters 265 2, 88 | those ~matters which are mortal sins generically. In such 266 2, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a mortal sin can become venial?~Aquin.: 267 2, 88 | 1: It would seem that a mortal sin can become venial. Because 268 2, 88 | is equally distant from mortal, as mortal sin is from venial. 269 2, 88 | distant from mortal, as mortal sin is from venial. But 270 2, 88 | a ~venial sin can become mortal, as stated above (A[5]). 271 2, 88 | A[5]). Therefore also a ~mortal sin can become venial.~Aquin.: 272 2, 88 | OBJ 2: Further, venial and mortal sin are said to differ in 273 2, 88 | committing a sin generically mortal, loves a creature less than ~ 274 2, 88 | simple fornication is a ~mortal sin, and contrary to the 275 2, 88 | venial sin; and accordingly a mortal ~sin can become venial.~ 276 2, 88 | from evil, than venial from mortal sin. But an act which is 277 2, 88 | Much more therefore can a mortal ~sin become venial.~Aquin.: 278 2, 88 | never become temporal. But mortal ~sin deserves eternal punishment, 279 2, 88 | punishment. Therefore a mortal sin can never become venial.~ 280 2, 88 | answer that, Venial and mortal differ as perfect and imperfect 281 2, 88 | a venial sin can ~become mortal, by the addition of some 282 2, 88 | pertaining to the genus ~of mortal sin, as when a man utters 283 2, 88 | by ~addition; and so a mortal sin cannot become venial, 284 2, 88 | sin which is generically mortal, can become venial by ~reason 285 2, 88 | OBJ 1: Venial differs from mortal as imperfect from perfect, 286 2, 88 | ignorance, commits no sin either mortal or ~venial. But if the ignorance 287 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, mortal sin causes a stain in the 288 2, 89 | Therefore it seems proper to ~mortal sin to cause a stain on 289 2, 89 | many venial sins ~lead to mortal sin dispositively: because 290 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In mortal sin the inordinateness of 291 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In mortal sin the soul comes into 292 2, 89 | e.g. when a man dies in ~mortal sin to which venial sins 293 2, 89 | stones, while others build mortal sins, which according to 294 2, 89 | be understood to denote mortal ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 295 2, 89 | Accordingly, he that dies in mortal sin with ~venial sins, has 296 2, 89 | through his falling into mortal sin, could be nothing more ~ 297 2, 89 | sin before he committed a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 298 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, mortal sin is more opposed to the 299 2, 89 | venial for us would have been mortal for him, if he had ~committed 300 2, 89 | could not be changed into mortal by reason of the ~excellence 301 2, 89 | movements, in a ~genus of mortal sin or through some inordinateness 302 2, 89 | God, which constitutes a mortal sin. From this it is ~evident 303 2, 89 | sin, before committing a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 304 2, 89 | downfall, was his first ~mortal sin, for it is stated to 305 2, 89 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mortal sin is opposed to the integrity 306 2, 89 | venially, before committing a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 307 2, 89 | the person does not make a mortal sin to be ~venial as stated 308 2, 89 | the end, and this is ~a mortal sin. Now good angels are 309 2, 89 | so as to lead him on to mortal sin. ~Consequently in all 310 2, 89 | sensuality in unbelievers are mortal ~sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 311 2, 89 | sensuality in ~unbelievers are mortal sins. For the Apostle says ( 312 2, 89 | movements of unbelievers are mortal sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 313 2, 89 | damnation ~is not due save to mortal sin. Therefore, since man 314 2, 89 | concupiscence in unbelievers are mortal sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 315 2, 89 | without his consent, is a mortal sin, because he acts against 316 2, 89 | movements of ~unbelievers are mortal sins, when they do not consent 317 2, 89 | could not ~be the subject of mortal sin, as stated above (Q[ 318 2, 89 | sensuality in ~unbelievers, to be mortal sins. Secondly, from the 319 2, 89 | sin is a disposition to ~mortal sin, as stated above (Q[ 320 2, 89 | venial sin exists before mortal sin: ~and so sometimes unbelievers 321 2, 89 | original sin, and ~without mortal sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 322 2, 89 | and less connection with ~mortal sin, than one mortal sin 323 2, 89 | with ~mortal sin, than one mortal sin has with another. But 324 2, 89 | original sin, can commit one mortal sin without committing ~ 325 2, 89 | sin without committing a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 326 2, 89 | least, without committing a mortal sin, because ~this happens 327 2, 89 | original sin alone and without ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] 328 2, 89 | in hell for no other than mortal ~sin. Therefore there will 329 2, 89 | original sin alone, and without mortal sin. The reason for this 330 2, 89 | reason and excuses him from mortal sin, wherefore, ~much more 331 2, 89 | from the guilt of venial or mortal sin. Now the ~first thing 332 2, 89 | venial sin in him without mortal, until afterwards all sin ~ 333 2, 89 | Venial sin always precedes mortal sin not as a necessary, ~ 334 2, 89 | can ~refrain from other mortal sins for a time, but it 335 2, 91 | 9:14: "The thoughts of mortal men are ~fearful, and our 336 2, 103 | Christ?~(4) Whether it is a mortal sin to observe them after 337 2, 103 | observed ~without committing mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] 338 2, 103 | observed without committing mortal sin. For we must not believe ~ 339 2, 103 | that the apostles committed mortal sin after receiving the 340 2, 103 | Passion of Christ without mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] 341 2, 103 | Passion without committing mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] 342 2, 103 | Passion without committing mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] 343 2, 103 | nothing." But nothing save mortal sin hinders us ~from receiving 344 2, 103 | Christ's Passion it is a ~mortal sin to be circumcised, or 345 2, 103 | Consequently, just as it would be a mortal sin now for anyone, in making ~ 346 2, 103 | truthfully; so too it would be a mortal ~sin now to observe those 347 2, 103 | observed ~them was guilty of mortal sin. Hence he maintained 348 2, 109 | 18). Hence if a man in mortal sin cannot avoid ~sin, it 349 2, 109 | If therefore a ~man in mortal sin cannot avoid sin, correction 350 2, 109 | man can abstain from all mortal ~sin, which takes its stand 351 2, 109 | man's reason, wherein is mortal sin, is restored by ~justifying 352 2, 109 | grace, he can avoid each mortal sin, and for a time, since 353 2, 109 | for a long time without mortal sin. Hence Gregory says ~( 354 2, 109 | 14: "For the thoughts of mortal men are ~fearful and our 355 2, 112 | is not conscious of any ~mortal sin. And thus it is written ( 356 2, 114 | existing in ~a state of mortal sin can merit eternal life 357 2, 4 | into man, on account of a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] 358 2, 4 | the other hand, a second mortal sin does not ~take away 359 2, 4 | lost it through a previous ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] 360 2, 5 | On the contrary, Just as mortal sin is contrary to charity, 361 2, 5 | remain in a man after one mortal sin. Therefore neither does 362 2, 10 | above (FS, Q[85], AA[2],4) mortal sin takes ~away sanctifying 363 2, 10 | therefore, unbelief is a mortal sin, unbelievers are without 364 2, 10 | actual sin, venial or even ~mortal, which he does not refer 365 2, 12 | is to be found in every mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] 366 2, 12 | Whether blasphemy is always a mortal sin?~(3) Whether blasphemy 367 2, 12 | Whether blasphemy is always a mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] 368 2, 12 | blasphemy is not always a mortal sin. Because ~a gloss on 369 2, 12 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every mortal sin is opposed to one of 370 2, 12 | Therefore blasphemy is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] 371 2, 12 | without deliberation, are not mortal: ~hence first movements 372 2, 12 | first movements are not mortal sins, because they precede 373 2, 12 | Therefore ~it is not always a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] 374 2, 12 | inflicted except for a mortal sin. Therefore blasphemy 375 2, 12 | Therefore blasphemy is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] 376 2, 12 | above (FS, Q[72], A[5]), a mortal sin is one ~whereby a man 377 2, 12 | contrary to charity, are mortal sins in respect of their 378 2, 12 | Consequently blasphemy is a mortal sin, by reason of ~its genus.~ 379 2, 12 | sins which follow, are mortal, but that whereas all those 380 2, 12 | case he is not excused from mortal sin, even as neither ~is 381 2, 12 | Reply OBJ 3: Whoever dies in mortal sin, bears with him a will 382 2, 13 | namely, a man ~perseveres in mortal sin until death, and that 383 2, 13 | it pardoned: because the mortal sin wherein a man perseveres 384 2, 18 | the one is accompanied by mortal ~sin and the other not. 385 2, 19 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: In every mortal sin there is, in some way, 386 2, 19 | viz. that fornication is a mortal ~sin. In the same way, a 387 2, 19 | just ~as there can be other mortal sins, without belief.~Aquin.: 388 2, 19 | principally. Now every ~mortal sin takes its principal 389 2, 19 | God, it would not be a ~mortal sin. Consequently a sin 390 2, 19 | is most grievous among mortal sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] 391 2, 23 | Whether it is lost through one mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 392 2, 23 | or by way of merit. But mortal ~sin does not diminish charity, 393 2, 23 | effectively, because every mortal sin is contrary to ~charity, 394 2, 23 | venial sin, but only to mortal sin: since that which we 395 2, 23 | charity is lost through one mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 396 2, 23 | is not lost through one mortal sin. ~For Origen says (Peri 397 2, 23 | not ~lost through only one mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 398 2, 23 | is not ~lost through one mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 399 2, 23 | destroyed by one contrary mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 400 2, 23 | seemingly, one may commit a mortal sin, and yet retain the 401 2, 23 | endure, though there be a mortal sin ~through an inordinate 402 2, 23 | are not done away ~by one mortal sin, in fact they remain 403 2, 23 | without a form, even when a mortal sin has been committed.~ 404 2, 23 | 1/1~On the contrary, By mortal sin man becomes deserving 405 2, 23 | to have charity with ~a mortal sin. Therefore charity is 406 2, 23 | charity is destroyed by one mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 407 2, 23 | supervening. Now every mortal sin is contrary to charity 408 2, 23 | necessarily be removed by one mortal sin, for act ~is directly 409 2, 23 | evident that through every mortal sin which is contrary to ~ 410 2, 23 | lost at once through one mortal sin. Hence ~Augustine says ( 411 2, 23 | go so far as to ~commit a mortal sin, but is disposed thereto 412 2, 23 | said to be dispositions to mortal sin, ~as stated above (FS, 413 2, 23 | charity through the one mortal sin if he commits it.~Aquin.: 414 2, 23 | created goods, constitutes a mortal sin, but only such as ~is 415 2, 23 | hope do ~not. Now every mortal sin consists in aversion 416 2, 30 | time or other under pain of mortal sin, because positive precepts ~ 417 2, 30 | when a man ~would commit a mortal sin unless he gave an alms. 418 2, 31 | of a Divine precept is a mortal sin, which ~has no place 419 2, 31 | way that one ~commits a mortal sin, namely, "when" (as 420 2, 31 | are ~themselves guilty of mortal sin, have no patience with 421 2, 33 | vice?~(3) Whether it is a mortal sin?~(4) Whether it is a 422 2, 33 | or incline the soul to mortal sin. And since the ~sensitive 423 2, 33 | 1/1~Whether sloth is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 424 2, 33 | seem that sloth is not a mortal sin. For every mortal ~sin 425 2, 33 | a mortal sin. For every mortal ~sin is contrary to a precept 426 2, 33 | Therefore sloth is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 427 2, 33 | thought. Now it is not a mortal sin to refrain in deed from ~ 428 2, 33 | God, else it would be a mortal sin not ~to observe the 429 2, 33 | counsels. Therefore it is not a mortal sin to refrain in ~thought 430 2, 33 | Therefore sloth is not a mortal ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 431 2, 33 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, no mortal sin is to be found in a 432 2, 33 | Therefore sloth is not always a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 433 2, 33 | world. Therefore it is a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 434 2, 33 | above (FS, Q[88], AA[1],2), mortal sin is so ~called because 435 2, 33 | contrary to charity is a mortal sin by reason of its genus. ~ 436 2, 33 | good. Therefore sloth is a mortal sin in ~respect of its genus. 437 2, 33 | regard to all sins ~that are mortal in respect of their genus, 438 2, 33 | genus, that they are not mortal, save ~when they attain 439 2, 33 | consent of reason, it is a mortal sin. So too, the movement ~ 440 2, 33 | evident that ~sloth is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[35] 441 2, 34 | sin?~(3) Whether it is a mortal sin?~(4) Whether it is a 442 2, 34 | Para. 1/1~Whether envy is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] 443 2, 34 | seem that envy is not a mortal sin. For since envy is a ~ 444 2, 34 | appetite. Now there is ~no mortal sin in the sensuality, but 445 2, 34 | Therefore envy is not ~a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] 446 2, 34 | Further, there cannot be mortal sin in infants. But envy 447 2, 34 | Therefore envy is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] 448 2, 34 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every mortal sin is contrary to some 449 2, 34 | Therefore envy is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] 450 2, 34 | slays spiritually, except mortal sin. Therefore envy is a ~ 451 2, 34 | sin. Therefore envy is a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[36] 452 2, 34 | I answer that, Envy is a mortal sin, in respect of its genus. 453 2, 34 | is evident that envy is a mortal ~sin in respect of its genus.~ 454 2, 34 | ad 1), in ~every kind of mortal sin we find certain imperfect 455 2, 34 | envy of that kind is not a ~mortal sin. The same applies to 456 2, 35 | Further, sin, especially mortal sin, is not to be found 457 2, 35 | sin. and ~least of all a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] 458 2, 35 | God." ~Now nothing, save mortal sin, excludes man from the 459 2, 35 | Therefore discord is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] 460 2, 35 | ought to consent. This is a mortal sin in ~respect of its genus, 461 2, 36 | Whether contention is a mortal sin?~(2) Whether it is a 462 2, 36 | Whether contention is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] 463 2, 36 | that contention is not a mortal sin. For there is ~no mortal 464 2, 36 | mortal sin. For there is ~no mortal sin in spiritual men: and 465 2, 36 | Therefore contention is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] 466 2, 36 | that his neighbor ~commit a mortal sin. But the Apostle says ( 467 2, 36 | Therefore contention is not a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] 468 2, 36 | Therefore contention is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] 469 2, 36 | yet ~Job was not guilty of mortal sin, since the Lord said 470 2, 36 | contention is not always a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] 471 2, 36 | against a precept, ~is a mortal sin. Therefore contention 472 2, 36 | Therefore contention is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] 473 2, 36 | inordinate manner, it is a mortal sin. Thus Ambrose [*Cf. 474 2, 36 | Contention is complete and is a mortal sin when, in ~contending 475 2, 36 | speech, it is not always a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] 476 2, 39 | sinful, but they are even mortal sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[41] 477 2, 39 | sinful. In fact it is a ~mortal sin in the man who attacks 478 2, 39 | for it is not without ~mortal sin that one inflicts harm 479 2, 39 | venial sin, or sometimes a mortal sin; and this ~depends on 480 2, 39 | defending himself: ~but it is a mortal sin if he makes for his 481 2, 40 | sin?~(2) Whether it is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] 482 2, 40 | Whether sedition is always a mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] 483 2, 40 | sedition is not always a mortal sin. For ~sedition denotes " 484 2, 40 | fighting is not always a mortal sin, indeed it ~is sometimes 485 2, 40 | can sedition be without a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] 486 2, 40 | Now discord can be without mortal sin, and sometimes without 487 2, 40 | can be ~sedition without mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] 488 2, 40 | with other ~things that are mortal sins (2 Cor. 12:20).~Aquin.: 489 2, 40 | reason of its genus it is a mortal sin, and its gravity will 490 2, 40 | so that it is always a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] 491 2, 41 | sin?~(4) Whether it is a mortal sin?~(5) Whether the perfect 492 2, 41 | 1/1~Whether scandal is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 493 2, 41 | would seem that scandal is a mortal sin. For every sin that 494 2, 41 | contrary to charity is a mortal sin, as stated above (Q[ 495 2, 41 | Therefore scandal is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 496 2, 41 | 2: Further, no sin, save mortal sin, deserves the punishment 497 2, 41 | Therefore scandal is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 498 2, 41 | committed against God is a mortal sin, because ~mortal sin 499 2, 41 | is a mortal sin, because ~mortal sin alone turns man away 500 2, 41 | Therefore scandal is always a mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43]


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