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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 21 | own cause. In ~the word debt, therefore, is implied a 2 1, 21 | in the divine operations debt may be regarded in two ~ 3 1, 21 | nature and condition. This debt however is derived from 4 1, 21 | reason, because since a debt ~paid according to the divine 5 1, 23 | predestination were granted as a debt, and not gratuitously. In 6 2, 54 | done in order to ~pay a debt, it is an act of justice. 7 2, 60 | another; and the nature of a debt differs ~according as it 8 2, 60 | to these various kinds of debt there are ~various virtues: 9 2, 60 | Religion" whereby we pay our debt to God; "Piety," ~whereby 10 2, 60 | Piety," ~whereby we pay our debt to our parents or to our 11 2, 60 | Gratitude," ~whereby we pay our debt to our benefactors, and 12 2, 72 | differ in relation to the debt of punishment?~(6) Whether 13 2, 72 | sins according to their debt of punishment ~diversifies 14 2, 72 | sins according to their debt ~of punishment diversifies 15 2, 72 | distinct according to the debt of ~punishment.~Aquin.: 16 2, 72 | specifically according to ~the debt of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 17 2, 72 | difference is respect of the debt of punishment, cannot be 18 2, 72 | difference derived from the debt of punishment, may be consequent 19 2, 73 | committing one sin, he incurs the debt of ~punishment through his 20 2, 81 | they are not to die, the debt of ~death is none the less 21 2, 85 | stain on the soul; (3) the debt of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 87 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE DEBT OF PUNISHMENT (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 23 2, 87 | We must now consider the debt of punishment. We shall 24 2, 87 | shall consider (1) the ~debt itself; (2) mortal and venial 25 2, 87 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the debt of punishment is an effect 26 2, 87 | Whether any sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~( 27 2, 87 | 4) Whether sin incurs a debt of punishment that is infinite 28 2, 87 | Whether every sin incurs a debt of eternal and infinite 29 2, 87 | punishment?~(6) Whether the debt of punishment can remain 30 2, 87 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the debt of punishment is an effect 31 2, 87 | It would seem that the debt of punishment is not an 32 2, 87 | its proper effect. Now the debt of punishment is accidentally 33 2, 87 | the sinner. Therefore the debt ~of punishment is not an 34 2, 87 | does not incur a further ~debt of punishment, because then 35 2, 87 | sin does not incur the debt of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 87 | intention, so also is the debt of ~punishment.~Aquin.: 37 2, 87 | punishment is." Consequently ~the debt of punishment is considered 38 2, 87 | Whether any sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~Aquin.: 39 2, 87 | seem that no sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment. ~ 40 2, 87 | Therefore ~it does not incur a debt of eternal punishment.~Aquin.: 41 2, 87 | above (A[1]), sin incurs a debt of punishment ~through disturbing 42 2, 87 | of the order remains the ~debt of punishment must needs 43 2, 87 | considered in themselves, incur a debt of eternal punishment.~Aquin.: 44 2, 87 | 1/1~Whether sin incurs a debt of punishment infinite in 45 2, 87 | would seem that sin incurs a debt of punishment infinite in ~ 46 2, 87 | long ~as this remains, the debt of punishment remains. But 47 2, 87 | Whether every sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~Aquin.: 48 2, 87 | that every sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment. ~ 49 2, 87 | therefore ~some sins incur a debt of everlasting punishment, 50 2, 87 | seems that no sin incurs a debt of mere temporal punishment.~ 51 2, 87 | above (A[3]), a sin incurs a debt of eternal ~punishment, 52 2, 87 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the debt of punishment remains after 53 2, 87 | seem that there remains no debt of punishment after sin. ~ 54 2, 87 | sin is the cause ~of the debt of punishment. Therefore, 55 2, 87 | the sin is removed, the debt ~of punishment ceases also.~ 56 2, 87 | when sin is ~removed, the debt of punishment no longer 57 2, 87 | when sin is removed the debt of punishment does not remain.~ 58 2, 87 | is forgiven: and so the debt of ~punishment remains, 59 2, 87 | there ~still remains the debt of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 87 | removed, there may remain a debt of punishment, not indeed ~ 61 2, 87 | above (Q[86], A[2]), so the debt of punishment also can remain. ~ 62 2, 87 | stain has been removed, the debt of punishment does not ~ 63 2, 87 | those who differ as to the debt of ~punishment, may be one 64 2, 88 | differ in respect of the ~debt of punishment, we must consider 65 2, 88 | acquittal [veniam] when the debt of ~punishment is taken 66 2, 88 | the world cannot incur a debt of punishment equal to that ~ 67 2, 88 | since mortal sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment, while ~ 68 2, 88 | while ~venial sin incurs a debt of temporal punishment, 69 2, 89 | not everlasting. Now the debt of temporal ~punishment 70 2, 100 | to someone. Now a son's debt to ~his father is so evident 71 2, 100 | has not yet repaid the debt. Now there are two whose 72 2, 105 | reason for remitting the debt from love for them, as there 73 2, 109 | corruption of natural good, and debt of punishment. He incurs 74 2, 109 | disordered. Lastly, there is the debt of punishment, inasmuch 75 2, 111 | excludes the ~notion of debt. Now debt may be taken in 76 2, 111 | the ~notion of debt. Now debt may be taken in two ways: 77 2, 111 | grace, but according to debt." The second debt ~regards 78 2, 111 | according to debt." The second debt ~regards the condition of 79 2, 111 | Yet in neither way is ~debt taken to mean that God is 80 2, 111 | natural endowments are not ~a debt in the first sense but in 81 2, 112 | grace, but ~according to debt." Now a man's preparation 82 2, 114 | debtor; for a man's wage is a debt due to him. Now God is no 83 2, 114 | whereby anyone discharges a debt ~would not be meritorious.~ 84 2, 114 | to grace but according to debt." Now a man merits what ~ 85 2, 114 | reckoned to him according to debt, as the reward of his works. 86 2, 10 | the stain of sin and the debt of ~punishment, and opens 87 2, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The debt due to a principle is submission 88 2, 29 | see therein the ~aspect of debt, while pity considers the 89 2, 59 | the recipient incurs no debt, as in the case ~of gifts, 90 2, 59 | it includes the notion of debt, ~and this may occur in 91 2, 75 | be bound ~to do this as a debt of justice.~Aquin.: SMT 92 2, 76 | is bound by a natural ~debt to repay something. Now 93 2, 76 | ways. In one way, ~as a debt of justice; and to such 94 2, 76 | of justice; and to such a debt a man may be bound by a 95 2, 76 | received is based ~on a debt of friendship, and the nature 96 2, 76 | and the nature of this debt depends more on the ~feeling 97 2, 76 | the ~favor itself. This debt does not carry with it a 98 2, 81 | praying as ~though to pay a debt, so that man may serve God 99 2, 85 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, a debt that is due without any 100 2, 85 | payment of tithes is the debt whereby carnal ~things are 101 2, 85 | Leonine edition]. For ~this debt is the principle on which 102 2, 85 | for it arises ~from the debt in virtue of which the ministers 103 2, 85 | sow spiritual things. This debt concerns none but the clergy 104 2, 100 | As stated above (Q[80]), debt is twofold. One is legal ~ 105 2, 100 | is twofold. One is legal ~debt, to pay which man is compelled 106 2, 100 | him. ~The other is moral debt, which is due by reason 107 2, 104 | A[3]), the nature of the debt ~to be paid must needs vary 108 2, 104 | causes giving rise to the ~debt, yet so that the greater 109 2, 104 | lesser. Now the cause ~of debt is found primarily and chiefly 110 2, 104 | gratitude answers to the moral debt, and is paid ~spontaneously. 111 2, 104 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A legal debt must be paid at once, else 112 2, 104 | his consent. But a moral debt depends on the equity of 113 2, 104 | the character of a legal debt, as in a loan and the like: ~ 114 2, 104 | the character of a moral debt. For in the repayment of 115 2, 104 | shall find the ~same kind of debt in both virtues.~Aquin.: 116 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The debt of gratitude flows from 117 2, 105 | 106], A[4], ad 1, A[6]) a debt of ~gratitude is a moral 118 2, 105 | of ~gratitude is a moral debt required by virtue. Now 119 2, 105 | for the repayment ~of the debt of gratitude, as stated 120 2, 105 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: The debt of gratitude flows from 121 2, 105 | gratitude flows from the debt of love, and from ~the latter 122 2, 105 | anyone should owe ~this debt unwillingly seems to arise 123 2, 105 | contrary to charity, ~since the debt of gratitude proceeds from 124 2, 105 | above (Q[106], A[6]), the debt of gratitude requires a ~ 125 2, 105 | not only omits to pay the ~debt of gratitude, but does the 126 2, 106 | as repayment of a legal debt belongs to commutative ~ 127 2, 106 | as repayment of a moral debt, arising from the bestowal 128 2, 106 | man ~does not escape the debt of punishment through being 129 2, 107 | justice, as to the notion of debt: for this virtue does not 130 2, 107 | virtue does not regard legal ~debt, which justice considers, 131 2, 107 | considers, but rather the moral debt, in so far as, ~out of equity, 132 2, 112 | lacks the full aspect of debt, whereby one man is ~bound 133 2, 112 | another, either by legal debt, which the law binds him 134 2, 112 | him to pay, ~or by some debt arising out of a favor received. 135 2, 112 | regards merely a ~certain debt of equity, namely, that 136 2, 115 | aspect, ~namely, that of debt, in so far as an external 137 2, 116 | the legal but of the moral debt, which latter depends on 138 2, 116 | man is bound by a ~legal debt to give of his goods to 139 2, 120 | piety directs us to pay the ~debt due to our parents, a debt 140 2, 120 | debt due to our parents, a debt which is common to all. 141 2, 120 | which ~regard some special debt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 142 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The debt to one's parents precedes 143 2, 120 | one's parents precedes the debt to one's ~kindred and country 144 2, 120 | concerns the payment of debt to any person, as secondary 145 2, 151 | not to pay the marriage debt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 146 2, 187 | thereby absolved from all debt of punishment, ~nevertheless 147 2, 187 | to pay a certain ~fixed debt, he cannot lawfully evade 148 2, 187 | wherewithal to ~pay the debt, he must do what he can, 149 2, 187 | the means of paying the ~debt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 150 2, 187 | owe his father a special debt, except as ~may arise in 151 2, 187 | obligation to a man for a debt, cannot enter ~religion, 152 3, 1 | discharge for a most heavy debt; His ~power, or infinite 153 3, 3 | discharge for a most heavy debt; the ~power, for He made 154 3, 19 | according to justice ~[Vulg.: 'debt'] and not according to grace," 155 3, 22 | the ~stain of sin and the debt of punishment. The stain 156 3, 22 | turned to God: ~whereas the debt of punishment is entirely 157 3, 26 | all contract both debt and ~stain . . . . . all 158 3, 26 | Mary contracted the debt, but not the stain . . ~. . . 159 3, 26 | Christ ~contracted neither debt nor stain . . . . . Jesus 160 3, 48 | bondage. ~Secondly, as to the debt of punishment, to the payment 161 3, 48 | atonement for the sin and the debt of the human race, it was 162 3, 48 | liberated by it from the debt of ~punishment; while inasmuch 163 3, 49 | were freed thereby from our debt of punishment?~(4) Whether 164 3, 49 | are ~delivered from the debt of punishment. But a satisfactory 165 3, 49 | were not freed from the debt of ~punishment by Christ' 166 3, 49 | been delivered from the debt of ~punishment.~Aquin.: 167 3, 49 | been delivered from the ~debt of punishment in two ways. 168 3, 49 | has been ~paid, then the debt of punishment is abolished. 169 3, 49 | forgiveness of sin, upon which the debt of punishment rests.~Aquin.: 170 3, 49 | by His ~Passion from all debt of punishment, yet so that 171 3, 49 | its guilt and as to the debt of ~punishment, for which 172 3, 49 | is reckoned ~according to debt." But when anyone by reason 173 3, 52 | sin, but also from the ~debt of its penalty, as stated 174 3, 52 | men were held ~fast by the debt of punishment in two ways: 175 3, 52 | no deliverance from the debt of punishment in hell.~Aquin.: 176 3, 52 | still held bound by the debt of ~original sin, in so 177 3, 52 | glory, but ~not from the debt of punishment in Purgatory 178 3, 66 | freed ~from the stain and debt of sin which it has contracted. 179 3, 68 | free from all ~guilt and debt of punishment. Now this 180 3, 68 | account of the stain and the debt of punishment incurred in 181 3, 69 | freed by Baptism from all debt of punishment due to sin?~ 182 3, 69 | freed by Baptism from all debt of ~punishment due to sin. 183 3, 69 | Baptism does not take away the debt of ~punishment due to sins 184 3, 69 | with the remission of the debt of punishment. ~Therefore 185 3, 69 | punishment. ~Therefore the debt of punishment is not taken 186 3, 69 | OBJ 3: Further, when the debt of punishment has been remitted, 187 3, 69 | him. ~If, therefore, the debt of punishment be remitted 188 3, 69 | Baptism does not ~remit the debt of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 189 3, 69 | baptized, is freed from the debt of ~all punishment due to 190 3, 69 | signifies the remission of the debt of punishment, just as ~ 191 3, 69 | freed by Baptism from ~his debt of punishment in respect 192 3, 69 | remains, nevertheless, in ~debt to men; and it is right 193 3, 69 | as to free ~man from all debt of punishment resulting 194 3, 69 | obstacle ~is guilt and the debt of punishment. But it has 195 3, 69 | that all guilt and also all debt of punishment are taken 196 3, 69 | by reason of a personal debt of punishment but by ~reason 197 3, 69 | have paid, as it were, the debt of nature.~Aquin.: SMT TP 198 3, 69 | away all guilt, and all debt of ~punishment due to sins, 199 3, 69 | Baptism, as to the whole debt of punishment.~ 200 3, 70 | to be delivered ~from all debt of punishment, as in Baptism, 201 3, 71 | the stain of sin, and the debt of punishment, until sin 202 3, 79 | Therefore it seems the whole debt of punishment is forgiven 203 3, 79 | certain that some part of the debt of punishment ~is forgiven 204 3, 80 | xi): "Those who pay the debt of marriage not from lust, ~ 205 3, 80 | of paying the ~marriage debt), does not prevent the receiving 206 3, 85 | the anger of God and the debt of punishment: and this 207 3, 86 | away the guilt while the debt remains?~(5) Whether any 208 3, 86 | sometimes forgives one debt without forgiving another. 209 3, 86 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Debt as regards external things, 210 3, 86 | friendship through which the debt is pardoned. hence one debt 211 3, 86 | debt is pardoned. hence one debt can be ~condoned without 212 3, 86 | On the other hand, the debt of sin is opposed ~to friendship, 213 3, 86 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the debt of punishment remains after 214 3, 86 | 1: It would seem that no debt of punishment remains after 215 3, 86 | guilt is the cause of the debt of punishment: ~since a 216 3, 86 | sin has been forgiven, no debt of punishment can ~remain.~ 217 3, 86 | same time guilt and the debt of punishment. Much more 218 3, 86 | and at the same time the debt of ~punishment remitted.~ 219 3, 86 | guilt has been pardoned, no debt of punishment remains.~Aquin.: 220 3, 86 | same place. ~Therefore a debt of some punishment remains 221 3, 86 | immutable Good, it induces a debt of eternal punishment, so 222 3, 86 | good, it ~gives rise to a debt of some punishment, because 223 3, 86 | this respect, induce a debt of eternal punishment. Wherefore, 224 3, 86 | venial sins, he incurs a debt, not of eternal but of temporal ~ 225 3, 86 | that at the same time, the debt of punishment is taken away, 226 3, 86 | is taken away, albeit a ~debt of some temporal punishment 227 3, 86 | away ~together with the debt of eternal punishment: and 228 3, 86 | created good, for which ~a debt of temporal punishment is 229 3, 86 | forgiveness of guilt and of the debt of eternal punishment belongs 230 3, 86 | while the remission of the debt of temporal punishment ~ 231 3, 86 | is released also from the debt ~of temporal punishment. 232 3, 86 | sufficient to remove all debt ~of punishment, not only 233 3, 86 | man is released ~from the debt of punishment according 234 3, 86 | receives the remission of all debt of punishment. In ~Penance, 235 3, 86 | Wherefore the entire debt of punishment is not remitted 236 3, 87 | venial sins occasion a debt of some punishment, albeit ~ 237 3, 87 | with holy water: but the debt of punishment is remitted 238 3, 88 | ingratitude?~(3) Whether the debt of punishment remains the 239 3, 88 | exacted the payment of the debt already forgiven, because 240 3, 88 | had refused to forgive the debt of his fellow-servant." 241 3, 88 | privation of grace, ~and the debt of everlasting punishment 242 3, 88 | different ~stain, a different debt of punishment, according 243 3, 88 | whether the ~stain and the debt of eternal punishment, as 244 3, 88 | stain of past sins and the ~debt of punishment incurred thereby, 245 3, 88 | virtually contains the ~debt of punishment due to the 246 3, 88 | brings back, in a sense, ~the debt of punishment due to the 247 3, 88 | return of ~sins as to the debt of eternal punishment considered 248 3, 88 | after doing penance incurs a debt of eternal punishment, ~ 249 3, 88 | the return of his former debt of punishment, but by ~the 250 3, 88 | removes the stain and the debt of eternal punishment ~simply; 251 3, 88 | he should pay the whole debt, because a man will be ~ 252 3, 88 | return, in so far as their debt of punishment, by reason 253 3, 88 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the debt of punishment that arises 254 3, 88 | It would seem that the debt of punishment arising through ~ 255 3, 88 | greatness of the consequent debt of punishment ~is in accord 256 3, 88 | ingratitude. Therefore the debt of ~punishment arising through 257 3, 88 | sin is ~as great as the debt of punishment due for all 258 3, 88 | from sin, returns to ~the debt of as great a punishment 259 3, 88 | torturers, until he paid all the debt." But this would not be 260 3, 88 | would not be so ~unless the debt of punishment incurred through 261 3, 88 | sins. Therefore an equal debt of ~punishment returns through 262 3, 88 | is evident ~that a great debt of punishment does not arise 263 3, 88 | pardoned. Therefore the debt of punishment incurred ~ 264 3, 88 | have maintained that the debt of punishment incurred ~ 265 3, 88 | pardoned, in addition to the debt proper to this ~subsequent 266 3, 88 | stated above ~(A[1]), the debt of punishment incurred by 267 3, 88 | Wherefore the amount of the debt that returns must be ~according 268 3, 88 | Hence it is evident that the debt of punishment incurred by 269 3, 88 | the greater must be the debt of punishment incurred ~ 270 3, 88 | ingratitude, incurs the debt for all, in so far as the 271 3, 89 | mercy, no further stain or debt of punishment is incurred ~ 272 Suppl, 2 | poor ~man, who cannot pay a debt, is excused, and yet is 273 Suppl, 4 | disposition, nor guilt, nor any debt of punishment. Therefore 274 Suppl, 4 | grace and immunity from the debt of punishment, yet he never ~ 275 Suppl, 4 | would be possible for their debt of punishment to be remitted 276 Suppl, 5 | contrition can take away the debt of punishment entirely?~( 277 Suppl, 5 | contrition can take away the debt of punishment entirely?~ 278 Suppl, 5 | contrition cannot take away the debt of ~punishment entirely. 279 Suppl, 5 | man's deliverance from the debt of punishment. Now no man 280 Suppl, 5 | as to blot out the entire debt of punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 281 Suppl, 5 | As to whether the whole debt of punishment is always 282 Suppl, 6 | the sinner still owes a debt of ~temporal punishment. 283 Suppl, 8 | temporal punishment, the debt of which ~remains after 284 Suppl, 8 | reasons, viz. to pay the debt, and to afford a remedy. 285 Suppl, 8 | in ~consideration of the debt, and in this way the quantity 286 Suppl, 8 | for ~the payment of the debt, because there is no longer 287 Suppl, 10| answer that, Guilt and the debt of punishment prevent a 288 Suppl, 10| Nevertheless the obstacle of the debt ~of punishment was not entirely 289 Suppl, 10| virtue, and by paying off the debt of punishment: while ~confession 290 Suppl, 12| satisfaction ~answers to a debt. Therefore satisfaction 291 Suppl, 12| virtue of necessity. For debt diminishes merit through 292 Suppl, 12| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: By debt is meant the debt we owe 293 Suppl, 12| 6: By debt is meant the debt we owe to God by reason 294 Suppl, 12| because Penance regards a debt, as stated above ~(A[2]).~ 295 Suppl, 13| make compensation for a debt, since all ~that he has 296 Suppl, 13| suffices not to pay one debt, he ~cannot pay another 297 Suppl, 13| he ~cannot pay another debt. Now all that man is, all 298 Suppl, 13| make satisfaction for the debt resulting from the ~offense 299 Suppl, 13| worship or the like regard the debt for favors received, ~so 300 Suppl, 13| satisfaction regards the debt for sin committed. Now in 301 Suppl, 13| to proportion, for as the debt due to God is, in ~comparison 302 Suppl, 13| as soon as he takes the ~debt of punishment on himself, 303 Suppl, 13| other is freed from his debt. ~Therefore the latter will 304 Suppl, 13| after the ~whole of his debt of punishment has been taken 305 Suppl, 13| one can pay another's debt for love of him. Much more, 306 Suppl, 13| purpose, viz. to ~pay the debt, and to serve as a remedy 307 Suppl, 13| regards the ~payment of the debt, one man can satisfy for 308 Suppl, 13| would be released from his debt when the ~other satisfied 309 Suppl, 13| better man owes a greater ~debt of punishment. Consequently 310 Suppl, 13| 3: In the payment of the debt we consider the measure 311 Suppl, 13| not be released from the debt before paying it: wherefore 312 Suppl, 14| accepts the ~payment of one debt without the payment of another. 313 Suppl, 14| another by reason of a ~debt, the only inequality between 314 Suppl, 14| done in ~respect of one debt without another. But when 315 Suppl, 14| respect of paying off the debt of ~punishment; and that 316 Suppl, 14| that he owes a smaller ~debt of punishment. For this 317 Suppl, 15| the sinner. It is of this ~debt that Anselm speaks.~Aquin.: 318 Suppl, 17| the stain and as to the debt of punishment. Wherefore 319 Suppl, 17| also the power to remit the debt of temporal ~punishment, 320 Suppl, 17| temporal ~punishment, which debt prevents man from entering 321 Suppl, 17| by the remission of the debt of ~eternal punishment, 322 Suppl, 17| account of his yet owing a debt of temporal punishment.~ 323 Suppl, 18| entirely absolved from the debt of punishment, since he 324 Suppl, 18| and consequently as to the debt of eternal punishment, ( 325 Suppl, 18| punishment is remitted, the debt of which remained after 326 Suppl, 18| becomes a new ~man, as that no debt for previous sin remains 327 Suppl, 18| temporal punishment, the debt of ~which could remain after 328 Suppl, 25| no mere man can remit the debt of ~punishment without satisfaction.~ 329 Suppl, 25| avail to free a man from the debt of punishment which he ~ 330 Suppl, 25| that it exceeds the entire debt of punishment due ~to those 331 Suppl, 25| speaking, ~absolved from the debt of punishment, but is given 332 Suppl, 25| grants indulgences pays the debt of punishment which a man 333 Suppl, 25| they may be quit of the debt of punishment; and ~all 334 Suppl, 25| that they are often more in debt than they think.~Aquin.: 335 Suppl, 25| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the debt of punishment keeps man 336 Suppl, 25| might become immune from all debt of temporal ~punishment. 337 Suppl, 26| communications loose man from the debt of ~punishment in the sight 338 Suppl, 26| not freed from the entire debt of ~punishment unless satisfaction 339 Suppl, 27| sin, they can expiate this debt by means of ~indulgences. 340 Suppl, 30| in sin, the stain, ~the debt of punishment, and the remnants 341 Suppl, 30| Again it diminishes the debt ~of temporal punishment; 342 Suppl, 39| such as those who are in ~debt and like persons.~Aquin.: 343 Suppl, 41| Let the husband render the debt to his life." ~Therefore 344 Suppl, 41| Let the husband render the debt to his wife." Therefore, ~ 345 Suppl, 41| called the rendering of a debt. Therefore it is ~meritorious.~ 346 Suppl, 41| that they may render the debt, or of ~religion, that they 347 Suppl, 49| the one pay the ~marriage debt to the other. Now the former 348 Suppl, 49| account of the payment of the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 349 Suppl, 49| mutually pay the marriage debt. The latter is indeed the 350 Suppl, 49| children, or ~of paying the debt to one another (which pertains 351 Suppl, 49| and ~in order to pay the debt. otherwise it is always 352 Suppl, 49| a kind of payment of the debt ~that comes under the good 353 Suppl, 52| the matter of paying the debt; wherefore if one who thus 354 Suppl, 52| himself is unable to pay the debt, ignorance of this inability, 355 Suppl, 52| person unable to pay the debt, ~so that he is altogether 356 Suppl, 52| on either side to pay the debt, ~neither party can exact 357 Suppl, 52| as to the ~payment of the debt; and since it is within 358 Suppl, 52| of our will to ~remit a debt that is due to us, it follows 359 Suppl, 52| since ~lepers can pay the debt freely; although they lay 360 Suppl, 52| the Divine law to pay the debt to his wife. But at the 361 Suppl, 52| that his wife ~asks for the debt his master may demand of 362 Suppl, 52| by his master and pay the debt to his wife; ~because the 363 Suppl, 52| is not bound to ~pay the debt, but in preference to obey 364 Suppl, 52| which the payment of the ~debt places in the way of the 365 Suppl, 52| husband is bound to pay the ~debt to his wife not always, 366 Suppl, 52| is bound to pay her the debt when she asks, and to do ~ 367 Suppl, 52| is bound then to pay the debt to ~his wife, though his 368 Suppl, 53| continence can never ask for the debt without a sin, for this 369 Suppl, 53| Therefore neither can he pay the debt without sin.~Aquin.: SMT 370 Suppl, 53| obligation of paying the ~debt, whereas by a vow a man 371 Suppl, 53| unlawful for him not to pay the debt ~when his wife asks: wherefore 372 Suppl, 53| bind him to ask for the debt, he cannot ~ask for it without 373 Suppl, 53| although he can pay the debt without sin on being ~asked, 374 Suppl, 53| she desires him to pay the debt, for then he may pay it ~ 375 Suppl, 53| be unable to demand the debt, ~since order is a spiritual, 376 Suppl, 53| regards the payment of the debt, in respect of which it 377 Suppl, 53| since he cannot demand ~the debt, nor is the wife bound to 378 Suppl, 53| husband is bound to pay the ~debt to the wife if he cannot 379 Suppl, 53| deprived of the payment of the debt, of which she cannot be 380 Suppl, 55| neither seek nor pay the debt, in the second, he must ~ 381 Suppl, 56| the right to ask for the ~debt; but is bound to pay if 382 Suppl, 58| pay the other the marital debt: wherefore just as in other 383 Suppl, 58| cannot pay the marital debt. This impediment is called 384 Suppl, 58| facto" pay the marriage debt, as also the condition of 385 Suppl, 58| unable to pay the marriage debt. But an impediment whereby 386 Suppl, 58| cannot pay the marriage debt "de jure," for instance 387 Suppl, 58| cannot pay the marriage debt ~before the age of fourteen ( 388 Suppl, 58| fulfilment of the marriage debt, and that marriages otherwise 389 Suppl, 59| he pays her the marriage debt, for the good of the offspring, 390 Suppl, 59| pay his wife the marriage ~debt, and is not bound to cohabit 391 Suppl, 59| from paying the marriage debt even ~after the marriage 392 Suppl, 60| does she acquit him of the debt of ~eternal punishment, 393 Suppl, 61| forthwith ask for the marriage debt, and the other ~is bound 394 Suppl, 61| bound to pay the ~marriage debt forthwith after contracting 395 Suppl, 61| to pay him the marriage debt, ~and yet has not the power 396 Suppl, 62| refusal of the ~marriage debt, which pertains to a divorce, 397 Suppl, 62| to pay her the marriage ~debt at her demand, unless he 398 Suppl, 62| payment of the marriage debt and cohabitation. But she 399 Suppl, 62| paying him the marriage debt and cohabiting with him, 400 Suppl, 62| bound to pay the ~marriage debt, but it would be unlawful 401 Suppl, 62| remains ~something of the debt of punishment, and though 402 Suppl, 62| there still remains the debt of punishment to be ~inflicted 403 Suppl, 62| asking for the marriage ~debt, or of asking his wife to 404 Suppl, 62| wife is bound to ~pay the debt, and to return to him, if 405 Suppl, 62| wife asks for the marriage debt or ~for a reconciliation, 406 Suppl, 64| PAYMENT OF THE ~MARRIAGE DEBT (TEN ARTICLES)~In the next 407 Suppl, 64| payment of the marriage debt; (2) plurality of wives; ~( 408 Suppl, 64| bound to pay the marriage debt to the other?~(2) Whether 409 Suppl, 64| Whether a wife may demand the debt during the menses?~(4) Whether 410 Suppl, 64| prohibits the payment of the debt?~(7) Whether it is forbidden 411 Suppl, 64| forbidden to ask for the debt at any particular time? ~( 412 Suppl, 64| payment of the ~marriage debt?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 413 Suppl, 64| payment of the marriage debt. For no ~one is forbidden 414 Suppl, 64| Therefore the payment of the debt ~does not come under the 415 Suppl, 64| harmful to a person to pay the debt ~when asked, whether on 416 Suppl, 64| therefore, the payment of the debt comes under ~the obligation 417 Suppl, 64| oneself unfit ~for paying the debt, by fasting or otherwise 418 Suppl, 64| is not bound to pay ~the debt to a leprous husband.~Aquin.: 419 Suppl, 64| precept to pay his master the debt of his service according ~ 420 Suppl, 64| payment of the marriage debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 421 Suppl, 64| were not ~bound to pay the debt to the other when the latter 422 Suppl, 64| Therefore the payment of the debt is an obligation of ~precept.~ 423 Suppl, 64| husband is bound to pay the debt to his wife, in matters 424 Suppl, 64| he who pays the ~marriage debt, in fulfillment of the precept, 425 Suppl, 64| is not a request for the debt, but ~an unjust exaction; 426 Suppl, 64| incapable of paying the debt ~through a cause consequent 427 Suppl, 64| having ~already paid the debt and being unable to pay 428 Suppl, 64| wife is bound to pay the debt even to a leprous husband. 429 Suppl, 64| husband is bound to pay the debt if his wife does not ask 430 Suppl, 64| bound to pay the marriage ~debt if his wife does not ask 431 Suppl, 64| for the payment of the ~debt can only be when it is asked 432 Suppl, 64| she ask expressly for the debt, the husband ~should presume 433 Suppl, 64| not ~bound to pay her the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 434 Suppl, 64| husband bound to pay the ~debt to his wife except when 435 Suppl, 64| his wife not to exact ~the debt when she asks for it. Much 436 Suppl, 64| contrary, By the payment of the debt a remedy is afforded against ~ 437 Suppl, 64| husband is bound to pay the debt to his wife although she 438 Suppl, 64| But the payment of the debt ~on the husband's part is 439 Suppl, 64| husband is bound to pay the debt to his wife even though ~ 440 Suppl, 64| 1/1~I answer that, The debt may be demanded in two ways. 441 Suppl, 64| would wish him to pay ~the debt, but is silent through shame. 442 Suppl, 64| she does not ~ask for the debt explicitly in words, the 443 Suppl, 64| purpose of the payment of the debt) unless it be paid then.~ 444 Suppl, 64| wife is to ask the marriage debt of her husband. Yet ~if 445 Suppl, 64| wife from asking for the ~debt, except for a reasonable 446 Suppl, 64| to ask for the marriage ~debt? [*This and the Fourth Article 447 Suppl, 64| to ask for the ~marriage debt. For in the Law a man who 448 Suppl, 64| of seed may ask ~for the debt. Therefore a menstruous 449 Suppl, 64| a leper can ask for the debt. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 450 Suppl, 64| not allowed to ask for the debt, ~this can only be because 451 Suppl, 64| unfruitful wife may ask for the debt ~during her menses.~Aquin.: 452 Suppl, 64| forbidden to ~ask for the debt during the period of that 453 Suppl, 64| lawfully pay the marriage debt ~to her husband if he ask 454 Suppl, 64| may not pay the marriage ~debt to her husband at his asking. 455 Suppl, 64| knowingly asks for ~the debt from a menstruous woman 456 Suppl, 64| by consenting to pay the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 457 Suppl, 64| asking his wife must pay the debt ~even during her menses.~ 458 Suppl, 64| if she paid ~him not the debt at his asking; since he 459 Suppl, 64| menstruous woman ~may not pay the debt even as she may not ask 460 Suppl, 64| allowed to ask for ~the debt; and that if her husband 461 Suppl, 64| reason for not paying the debt, ~unless there be fear of 462 Suppl, 64| when the woman pays the debt by force as it were.~Aquin.: 463 Suppl, 64| sin unless she ~pay the debt willingly. For when she 464 Suppl, 64| bound to pay her husband the debt ~without being asked; whereas 465 Suppl, 64| paying and demanding the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 466 Suppl, 64| the wife to ask for the debt. Hence it is that the wife 467 Suppl, 64| is not bound ~to pay the debt to her husband without being 468 Suppl, 64| contrary to the marriage debt ~without their mutual consent?~ 469 Suppl, 64| contrary to ~the marriage debt without their mutual consent. 470 Suppl, 64| equally bound to pay the debt, as stated above (A[5]). 471 Suppl, 64| prevents the payment of the debt, either ~husband or wife 472 Suppl, 64| in the marriage act, the debt has to be demanded just 473 Suppl, 64| vow not ~to demand the debt, since in this he is within 474 Suppl, 64| take a vow not to pay the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 475 Suppl, 64| husband not to ~pay the debt to his wife for a time, 476 Suppl, 64| hinder ~him from paying the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 477 Suppl, 64| regards the payment of the debt ~which is an obstacle to 478 Suppl, 64| consent vow not to demand the debt, not however ~not to pay 479 Suppl, 64| were never to ~ask for the debt, marriage would become too 480 Suppl, 64| shame of asking for the debt, others ~assert with greater 481 Suppl, 64| ask her husband for the debt to the detriment of his 482 Suppl, 64| prevent her from paying the ~debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 483 Suppl, 64| forbidden to demand the debt on holy days?~Aquin.: SMT 484 Suppl, 64| forbidden to ask for ~the debt on holy days. For the remedy 485 Suppl, 64| applied then by asking for the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 486 Suppl, 64| the only reason why the debt should not be demanded on ~ 487 Suppl, 64| Therefore one may ask for the ~debt at some other time.~Aquin.: 488 Suppl, 64| not lawful to demand the debt in a holy place. Therefore ~ 489 Suppl, 64| not ~lawful to ask for the debt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 490 Suppl, 64| mortal sin to ask for the debt at a holy time?~Aquin.: 491 Suppl, 64| mortal sin to ask for the debt at a ~holy time. For Gregory 492 Suppl, 64| answer that, To ask for the debt on a feast day is not a 493 Suppl, 64| mortally by ~asking for the debt on a feast day. It is however 494 Suppl, 64| not because she paid the debt, but ~because afterwards 495 Suppl, 64| spouse is bound to pay the debt to the other at a festal 496 Suppl, 64| are they bound to pay the debt at a ~festal time. For those 497 Suppl, 64| But the one who pays the debt ~consents with the one that 498 Suppl, 64| one ought not ~to pay the debt at a time when one is bound 499 Suppl, 64| one is bound to pay ~the debt to the other, at any season 500 Suppl, 64| of ~the flesh, that the debt must always be paid to the


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