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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 95 | and consequently it is a grievous matter to anyone to yield 2 2, 24 | sign of its being more grievous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[24] A[ 3 2, 46 | 6) Whether anger is more grievous than hatred?~(7) Whether 4 2, 46 | 1~Whether anger is more grievous than hatred?~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 46 | seem that anger is more grievous than hatred. For it is ~ 6 2, 46 | Therefore anger is more grievous ~than hatred.~Aquin.: SMT 7 2, 46 | Therefore, anger is more grievous than ~hatred.~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 46 | is more settled and more grievous than hatred.~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 73 | Whether carnal sins are more grievous than spiritual sins?~(6) 10 2, 73 | anger, which ~is a less grievous sin than murder, which less 11 2, 73 | restrains. Therefore the least grievous sin is opposed to the greatest ~ 12 2, 73 | difficult. But it is a less grievous sin to ~fail in what is 13 2, 73 | difficult. Therefore ~the less grievous sin is opposed to the greater 14 2, 73 | opposed to charity is a less grievous sin ~than unbelief or despair 15 2, 73 | hope. Therefore ~the less grievous sin is opposed to the greater 16 2, 73 | and ~the worst is the most grievous sin. Therefore the most 17 2, 73 | sin. Therefore the most grievous sin is ~opposed to the greatest 18 2, 73 | In this way, the ~more grievous sin must needs be opposed 19 2, 73 | withdraws man also ~from less grievous sins: even as the more perfect 20 2, 73 | And in this way the less grievous ~sin is opposed to the greater 21 2, 73 | God, ~which is the most grievous of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 73 | Because adultery is a more grievous sin than theft: for ~it 23 2, 73 | Therefore carnal sin is more grievous than ~spiritual sin.~Aquin.: 24 2, 73 | spiritual sins are more grievous than carnal sins, other ~ 25 2, 73 | impulse ~to sin, the less grievous the sin, as we shall state 26 2, 73 | adultery is so much more ~grievous than theft, as a man loves 27 2, 73 | weakness ~is deemed less grievous. Therefore sin does not 28 2, 73 | man is overcome, the less grievous his ~sin. Therefore the 29 2, 73 | in the reason, the less grievous the sin: so much so ~that 30 2, 73 | the cause of sin, the more grievous the sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 31 2, 73 | this cause is, the more grievous will the ~sin be, since 32 2, 73 | like cause sin is made more grievous, ~because a man sins more 33 2, 73 | concupiscence, ~falls through a more grievous temptation, wherefore he 34 2, 73 | circumstance makes a sin more grievous.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 35 2, 73 | respect adultery is a more grievous sin ~than fornication. Secondly, 36 2, 73 | reason his sin ~is more grievous; even as that sickness is 37 2, 73 | property, ~the sin will be more grievous; although in itself, to 38 2, 73 | against our neighbor are more grievous than sins against God or 39 2, 73 | therefore a sin were ~more grievous on account of its causing 40 2, 73 | absolutely speaking, is a more grievous sin than ~murder, which 41 2, 73 | Therefore a sin is not more grievous ~on account of its causing 42 2, 73 | nature, a vice is the more grievous according as it ~diminishes 43 2, 73 | alone renders a sin more grievous: in fact, it is ~inordinateness 44 2, 73 | such sins are the most ~grievous, since a much greater inordinateness 45 2, 73 | things, which are most ~grievous sins. Again, a man sometimes 46 2, 73 | himself; and yet it is less grievous to harm oneself ~than another, 47 2, 73 | against, the sin is made more grievous by reason of his position ~ 48 2, 73 | apparently, it is not a more grievous sin to inflict ~an injury 49 2, 73 | Wherefore a sin is the more ~grievous, according as it is committed 50 2, 73 | the whole people, is ~more grievous than a sin committed against 51 2, 73 | oneself: for it is more grievous for a ~man to kill himself 52 2, 73 | things, that it is ~less grievous to sin in their regard, 53 2, 73 | deemed ~so much the more grievous as the sinner is held to 54 2, 74 | the sin of murder is more grievous than simple ~fornication. 55 2, 74 | this sin is much less ~grievous than if it be decided to 56 2, 76 | ignorance would be a most grievous ~sin. Therefore ignorance 57 2, 76 | says: "Thy ~sin is most grievous if thou knowest not." Therefore 58 2, 76 | have; thus murder is a more grievous sin if committed by a ~man 59 2, 77 | overcomes a man, the less ~grievous his sin, as Augustine states ( 60 2, 78 | 4) Whether it is more grievous to sin through certain malice, 61 2, 78 | malice, ~seems to be most grievous. Now it happens sometimes 62 2, 78 | 1/1~Whether it is more grievous to sin through certain malice 63 2, 78 | seem that it is not more grievous to sin through certain ~ 64 2, 78 | impelled to sin, the less grievous his ~sin, as is clear with 65 2, 78 | sin through habit is less grievous than to sin through ~passion.~ 66 2, 78 | committed through malice is more grievous than a ~sin committed through 67 2, 78 | equal, a sin is all the more grievous, according as the movement 68 2, 78 | committed through malice is more grievous than one committed ~through 69 2, 85 | perhaps more, if it be a more grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] 70 2, 87 | against (thus it is a more grievous sin to ~strike the sovereign 71 2, 87 | have been baptized, ~suffer grievous punishments, fevers, for 72 2, 89 | gloss says: "i.e., some grievous sin." Therefore it seems 73 2, 89 | Therefore ~a sin is not less grievous in a believer than in an 74 2, 89 | sins of believers are more grievous on account of the sacraments 75 2, 96 | abstain, but only the more grievous vices, ~from which it is 76 2, 96 | scandal or inflicting a more grievous hurt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] 77 2, 98 | because a sin became more grievous after law had forbidden 78 2, 98 | been made, which was more grievous, as ~is clear from Ex. 32 79 2, 100 | as its contrary is more grievous and repugnant to reason. 80 2, 100 | contrary to this is most grievous. Thus also, in an ~army, 81 2, 100 | opposite of this is most grievous; and secondly it is requisite 82 2, 100 | commander: and this last is more grievous than ~if he be found wanting 83 2, 100 | repugnant to reason, and a more grievous ~sin, if man does not observe 84 2, 100 | already living is more grievous than adultery, which imperils 85 2, 100 | transgression implies a less grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 86 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 11: Sins are more grievous by reason of the state of 87 2, 102 | take note that the more grievous the sin, the lower the ~ 88 2, 102 | of ~those which were more grievous, by some sacrifice of expiation 89 2, 102 | sacrifice was ~offered for a grievous sin, or for the multitude 90 2, 105 | to the ~infliction of a grievous harm, and cause a disturbance 91 2, 105 | death penalty for the more ~grievous crimes, viz. for those which 92 2, 10 | corrupting ~it, is a more grievous sin than that of the Jews, 93 2, 10 | their ~unbelief is a more grievous sin than that of the heathens, 94 2, 10 | unbelief of heathens is ~more grievous than the unbelief of the 95 2, 12 | Whether blasphemy is the most grievous sin?~(4) Whether blasphemy 96 2, 12 | mentioned ~previously are more grievous sins, some of those mentioned 97 2, 12 | mentioned afterwards are ~less grievous; and yet among the latter 98 2, 12 | among the latter some more grievous sins are ~included.~Aquin.: 99 2, 12 | the sin of murder is more grievous than that of blasphemy.~ 100 2, 12 | Therefore perjury is a more grievous sin ~than blasphemy.~Aquin.: 101 2, 12 | and it is called the most grievous sin, ~for as much as it 102 2, 12 | it makes every sin more grievous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] A[ 103 2, 12 | since blasphemy is a most grievous sin, it is most ~demeritorious. 104 2, 13 | the Holy Ghost is the most grievous sin, it seems that man comes ~ 105 2, 13 | led to ~commit the most grievous of sins which is that against 106 2, 19 | incurable sin seems to be most grievous, according ~to Jer. 30:12: " 107 2, 19 | incurable, thy wound is very grievous." Now ~the sin of despair 108 2, 19 | Therefore despair is a most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] 109 2, 19 | are in themselves more grievous than others: because, since 110 2, 19 | aversion from God, is most grievous among mortal sins.~Aquin.: 111 2, 19 | proper species, they are more grievous. For unbelief is due to 112 2, 19 | strictly speaking it is more grievous sin to disbelieve God's ~ 113 2, 20 | Therefore it is a more grievous sin to ~presume on human 114 2, 20 | against the Holy Ghost is most grievous. Therefore presumption, 115 2, 20 | inordinately, is a more grievous ~sin than the presumption 116 2, 20 | presumes [Douay: 'forecasteth'] grievous ~things," and (Wis. 17:11) 117 2, 25 | love. Now it is ~a more grievous sin to act against the love 118 2, 25 | love him. Now it is a more ~grievous sin to cease loving a benefactor 119 2, 31 | or lest one may suffer grievous pain or ~death; provided, 120 2, 32 | greatest of sins. For ~the most grievous sin is the sin against the 121 2, 32 | of God is ~not the most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] 122 2, 32 | punishment is not the most grievous sin. ~Therefore hatred of 123 2, 32 | hatred of God is not the most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] 124 2, 32 | Wherefore hatred of God is more grievous than other sins.~Aquin.: 125 2, 32 | justice, and that is a most grievous sin. Hence Gregory says ( 126 2, 32 | as sometimes it is more grievous to love sin than to do it, 127 2, 32 | our neighbor is the most grievous sin against our ~neighbor?~ 128 2, 32 | our neighbor is the most grievous ~sin against our neighbor. 129 2, 32 | Now murder is the most grievous of ~sins against our neighbor. 130 2, 32 | Therefore hatred is not the most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] 131 2, 32 | one's brother is a less grievous sin than murder.~Aquin.: 132 2, 32 | count, hatred is a more grievous sin than external actions 133 2, 33 | a sin of deed is no less grievous ~than a sin of thought. 134 2, 34 | accounted among the most ~grievous sins, viz. envy of another' 135 2, 37 | Therefore schism is a ~less grievous sin than unbelief.~Aquin.: 136 2, 37 | respect of its genus, more grievous, for instance ~a sin committed 137 2, 37 | unbelief is generically more grievous than the ~sin of schism, 138 2, 37 | so these sins are less ~grievous than unbelief. On the other 139 2, 37 | principal object, is not less ~grievous than unbelief. Nevertheless 140 2, 39 | killing him, or inflicting grievous harm on him.~Aquin.: SMT 141 2, 41 | in more numerous and more grievous sins being committed, the ~ 142 2, 51 | persevering man suffers grievous sorrows (which ~points to 143 2, 58 | Those who stand guilty of grievous sins should not judge ~those 144 2, 60 | lose the thing through a grievous fault on his part.~Aquin.: 145 2, 61 | is transgressed, the more grievous the sin: so that, spiritual ~ 146 2, 61 | respect of persons is a ~more grievous sin in dispensing spiritualities 147 2, 62 | fornication and adultery are less grievous sins than taking a man's, ~ 148 2, 62 | since the latter is most grievous, because ~one injures oneself, 149 2, 62 | one's ~neighbor, the more grievous seem to be those whereby 150 2, 62 | be those whereby a more grievous ~injury is inflicted on 151 2, 62 | Further, murder is a more grievous sin than fornication or ~ 152 2, 63 | connected ~with another is less grievous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 153 2, 63 | equal, an injury is a more grievous ~sin according as it affects 154 2, 63 | it is that it is a ~more grievous sin to strike or injure 155 2, 63 | any other person, is more grievous, on account of either the 156 2, 63 | point of view it is a less ~grievous sin. But all that belongs 157 2, 63 | to such persons is more grievous to them since they have 158 2, 63 | concerned, ~for it would be more grievous, if the adulterer oppressed 159 2, 64 | Whether robbery is a more grievous sin than theft?~Aquin.: 160 2, 64 | robbery. Now it would seem a ~grievous matter to say that they 161 2, 64 | Whether theft is a more grievous sin than robbery?~Aquin.: 162 2, 64 | seem that theft is a more grievous sin than robbery. For ~theft 163 2, 64 | Therefore theft is a more ~grievous sin than robbery.~Aquin.: 164 2, 64 | persons a sin injures the more grievous it ~would seem to be. Now 165 2, 64 | theft seems to be more ~grievous than the sin of robbery.~ 166 2, 64 | Therefore robbery is a ~more grievous sin than theft. There is 167 2, 64 | than by ~robbery, yet more grievous injuries may be inflicted 168 2, 66 | or ~who are accused of grievous crimes and are not yet proved 169 2, 66 | this: indeed it is a most grievous fault to fail to do what ~ 170 2, 68 | of higher dignity is more grievous, and consequently should ~ 171 2, 68 | against God, as being ~most grievous and among them is perjury: 172 2, 69 | who have been convicted of grievous crimes ~should be advocates. 173 2, 70 | anger: for it is a ~more grievous sin to revile out of hatred 174 2, 71 | Therefore backbiting is more grievous than adultery: and ~yet 175 2, 71 | backbiting causes a most grievous defect, viz. ~blindness 176 2, 71 | Therefore backbiting is the most grievous sin committed against ~one' 177 2, 71 | the contrary, It is more grievous to sin by deed than by word. 178 2, 71 | injure a man's body ~are more grievous than those which injure 179 2, 71 | neighbor, murder ~is the most grievous, since it deprives man of 180 2, 71 | according to its genus is a more grievous sin than ~theft, but is 181 2, 71 | than ~theft, but is less grievous than murder or adultery. 182 2, 71 | OBJ 2: Reviling is a more grievous sin than backbiting, in 183 2, 71 | reviling is not ~a more grievous sin than adultery. For the 184 2, 71 | that backbiting is more grievous than reviling: since a lesser 185 2, 72 | Which of the two is the more grievous?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[74] A[ 186 2, 72 | against God, which is most grievous, as stated above ~(Q[20], 187 2, 72 | s neighbor are the more grievous, according as they inflict 188 2, 72 | disposition ~for enmity is a less grievous sin than to do what conduces 189 2, 73 | a mortal ~sin, and more grievous than reviling, which is 190 2, 73 | this sense, derision is a grievous ~sin, and all the more grievous 191 2, 73 | grievous ~sin, and all the more grievous according as a greater respect 192 2, 73 | Consequently it is an exceedingly grievous sin to deride God and the ~ 193 2, 73 | derision of good persons is grievous, ~because honor is the reward 194 2, 73 | considered in itself is less grievous than ~backbiting or reviling, 195 2, 74 | Further, murder is more grievous than backbiting, as stated 196 2, 74 | neighbor, ~and it is more grievous to inflict an injury, than 197 2, 74 | cause, will be ~more or less grievous than backbiting, according 198 2, 77 | sin of omission is more grievous than a sin of transgression?~ 199 2, 77 | sin of omission is more grievous than a sin ~of transgression. 200 2, 77 | delictum" denotes a more grievous ~offence than transgression, 201 2, 77 | sin of omission is more grievous than the sin ~of transgression.~ 202 2, 77 | transgression is the more grievous ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] 203 2, 87 | unfaithful to God is most grievous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 204 2, 92 | is against God the more grievous it is. ~Now, seemingly, 205 2, 92 | denial of the faith are ~more grievous sins than idolatry.~Aquin.: 206 2, 92 | heretical depravity is more grievous ~than idolatry.~Aquin.: 207 2, 92 | idolatry ~is not the most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] 208 2, 92 | thus idolatry is the most ~grievous sin. For just as the most 209 2, 92 | Furthermore other sins may be more grievous on account ~of greater contempt 210 2, 92 | OBJ 2: Idolatry includes a grievous blasphemy, inasmuch as it ~ 211 2, 92 | but ~it need not be a more grievous sin: and in this way the 212 2, 92 | against ~nature is less grievous than the sin of idolatry. 213 2, 92 | Manichean heresy is ~more grievous than the sin of other idolaters, 214 2, 93 | sin: for it is much more grievous to invoke ~the demons than 215 2, 93 | with hell." And still more grievous ~would it be if sacrifice 216 2, 95 | small thing for you to be grievous to men, that you are grievous 217 2, 95 | grievous to men, that you are grievous to my ~God also?" (Is. 7: 218 2, 95 | opposed to religion, the more grievous is that ~which is the more 219 2, 96 | 2~It is, however, a more grievous sin to swear solemnly by 220 2, 96 | one another, it is more grievous to commit ~perjury in swearing 221 2, 97 | sinned against, ~the more grievous the sacrilege.~Aquin.: SMT 222 2, 98 | man's position the more grievous is his ~sin. For although 223 2, 103 | Whether it is the most grievous of sins?~Aquin.: SMT SS 224 2, 103 | disobedience is the most grievous of sins?~Aquin.: SMT SS 225 2, 103 | disobedience is the most grievous of sins. For it ~is written ( 226 2, 103 | But idolatry is the ~most grievous of sins, as stated above ( 227 2, 103 | disobedience is the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 228 2, 103 | consequently is the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 229 2, 103 | disobedience seems to be a more grievous sin than ~the others that 230 2, 103 | the commander is a more grievous sin than ~contempt of his 231 2, 103 | disobedience is not ~the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 232 2, 103 | person who commands, the more grievous is it ~to disobey him: so 233 2, 103 | him: so that it is more grievous to disobey God than man. ~ 234 2, 103 | disobedience is the more grievous, according as the ~unfulfilled 235 2, 103 | good commanded, the more grievous the disobedience of that ~ 236 2, 103 | precept of man, a sin is ~more grievous, not through setting aside 237 2, 103 | of disobedience is more ~grievous than a sin committed against 238 2, 103 | matter, the sin is still more grievous. The ~disobedience that 239 2, 103 | a man's precept is less grievous ~than the sin which contemns 240 2, 103 | blasphemy, or the like, is more grievous (even if we mentally ~separate 241 2, 108 | these the ~first is the most grievous, because sins against God 242 2, 108 | against God are always more ~grievous, as stated above (FS, Q[ 243 2, 108 | and the second is more ~grievous than the third, since the 244 2, 108 | But every mortal sin is grievous. Therefore jocose and ~officious 245 2, 108 | wherefore it is a most grievous and ~a mortal sin. If, however, 246 2, 108 | sin to ~be infinitely more grievous unless it transfers it to 247 2, 109 | malice. But this is most grievous, for it pertains to the 248 2, 111 | Whether irony is a less grievous sin than boasting?~Aquin.: 249 2, 111 | that irony is not a less grievous sin than boasting. For ~ 250 2, 111 | Therefore irony is not a less grievous sin than boasting.~Aquin.: 251 2, 111 | Therefore irony is not ~a less grievous sin than boasting.~Aquin.: 252 2, 111 | 2],4), one lie is more ~grievous than another, sometimes 253 2, 111 | religious doctrine is most ~grievous - and sometimes on account 254 2, 111 | mischievous lie is more grievous than an officious or jocose 255 2, 111 | that "boasting is a ~more grievous sin than irony."~Aquin.: 256 2, 111 | and then irony ~is more grievous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 257 2, 111 | lie is considered to be grievous in itself or on account 258 2, 113 | Therefore flattery is a most ~grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[115] 259 2, 113 | given or ~taken, and how grievous the consequent downfall, 260 2, 114 | Whether quarreling is a more grievous sin than flattery?~Aquin.: 261 2, 114 | that quarreling is a less grievous sin than the contrary ~vice, 262 2, 114 | harm a sin does the more ~grievous it seems to be. Now flattery 263 2, 114 | Therefore flattery ~is a more grievous sin than quarreling.~Aquin.: 264 2, 114 | Therefore flattery is a more grievous sin than ~quarreling.~Aquin.: 265 2, 114 | Therefore quarreling is a less grievous sin than ~flattery.~Aquin.: 266 2, 114 | the more it appears to be grievous. Now quarreling seems to 267 2, 114 | quarreling seems to be a more grievous sin than flattery.~Aquin.: 268 2, 114 | opposite virtue the more grievous it is. Now the ~virtue of 269 2, 114 | flattery sometimes more grievous, for instance when one ~ 270 2, 114 | sometimes ~quarreling is more grievous; for instance, when one 271 2, 114 | being equal, it is more grievous to harm a person openly, 272 2, 114 | Wherefore robbery is a more grievous ~sin than theft, as stated 273 2, 114 | In human acts, the more grievous is not always the more ~ 274 2, 114 | spiritual sins are more grievous, since they proceed from ~ 275 2, 114 | contempt, is apparently more grievous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[116] A[ 276 2, 114 | always more ashamed of a more grievous sin, ~but of a viler sin. 277 2, 114 | although quarreling is more grievous.~ 278 2, 116 | Whether it is the most grievous of sins?~(6) Whether it 279 2, 116 | covetousness is the most ~grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 280 2, 116 | opposed to charity, the more grievous ~it is. Now covetousness 281 2, 116 | Ghost is said to be most ~grievous, because it is irremissible. 282 2, 116 | covetousness is ~the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 283 2, 116 | reckoned among the most grievous sins. ~Therefore covetousness 284 2, 116 | contrary, Adultery is a more grievous sin than theft, according ~ 285 2, 116 | covetousness ~is not the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 286 2, 116 | is against God is ~most grievous; after this comes a sin 287 2, 116 | is not ~simply the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 288 2, 116 | not of the sin being more grievous, but of ~its being somewhat 289 2, 116 | that covetousness is as grievous a sin as ~idolatry.~Aquin.: 290 2, 117 | Whether prodigality is a more grievous sin than covetousness?~Aquin.: 291 2, 117 | that prodigality is a more grievous sin than ~covetousness. 292 2, 117 | Therefore prodigality is a more grievous sin than covetousness.~Aquin.: 293 2, 117 | Therefore prodigality is a more grievous sin than covetousness. ~ 294 2, 117 | Therefore prodigality is a more grievous sin than ~covetousness.~ 295 2, 117 | considered in itself is a less grievous sin ~than covetousness, 296 2, 117 | reason it is deemed less grievous.~ 297 2, 120 | justice, are much ~more grievous. Therefore this precept 298 2, 120 | insult to God ~is much more grievous than perjury. Therefore 299 2, 120 | Further, murder is a more grievous sin than adultery or theft. ~ 300 2, 121 | Eleazar said: "I ~suffer grievous pains in body: but in soul 301 2, 127 | not to be overcome by a grievous evil, ~such as the danger 302 2, 131 | particular virtue is ~the more grievous according as it is more 303 2, 131 | follows that it is a more ~grievous sin than presumption: yet 304 2, 134 | under the one aspect of grievous evil.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] 305 2, 137 | arduous work, or in enduring grievous evil. ~In this sense fortitude 306 2, 140 | overcome by pleasure, is a less grievous ~sin than cowardice, which 307 2, 140 | Therefore cowardice is a more grievous sin than ~intemperance.~ 308 2, 140 | ways intemperance is a more grievous sin than ~cowardice.~Aquin.: 309 2, 140 | the motive of sin the less grievous the sin. Wherefore intemperance 310 2, 140 | intemperance is a ~more grievous vice than cowardice, on 311 2, 140 | sound-minded a man is, the more ~grievous his sin, wherefore sins 312 2, 140 | Now some sins ~are more grievous than intemperance: for instance 313 2, 142 | in those which are most grievous, according to Ps. 51:3, ~" 314 2, 142 | Reply OBJ 4: Sometimes more grievous sins are less shameful, 315 2, 148 | Whether it is the most grievous sin?~(4) Whether it excuses 316 2, 148 | prevents us from avoiding grievous sins. For the ~things we 317 2, 148 | sin, because it is ~less grievous to sin through weakness 318 2, 152 | thereby shown to be more ~grievous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 319 2, 152 | fornication, which is the least ~grievous of the aforesaid species.~ 320 2, 152 | fornication is the most grievous of sins?~Aquin.: SMT SS 321 2, 152 | fornication is the most grievous of sins. For ~seemingly 322 2, 152 | seemingly a sin is the more grievous according as it proceeds 323 2, 152 | Further, a sin is the more grievous that is committed against 324 2, 152 | fornication is the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 325 2, 152 | fornication is the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 326 2, 152 | sins of the ~flesh are less grievous than spiritual sins.~Aquin.: 327 2, 152 | like; while ~it is less grievous than those which are directly 328 2, 152 | because a sin is the less grievous ~according as it is committed 329 2, 152 | fornication is the most grievous sin, because in man reason 330 2, 152 | reason, ~it will be more grievous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 331 2, 152 | of view murder is a more grievous sin than fornication and 332 2, 152 | are ~against God are more grievous. Moreover, fornication is 333 2, 152 | would seem to be the most ~grievous. Now sacrilege is committed 334 2, 152 | seemingly, a sin is all the more grievous according as ~we owe a greater 335 2, 152 | the unnatural vice is most grievous, the more it is ~against 336 2, 152 | unnatural vices are not the most grievous among sins of lust.~Aquin.: 337 2, 152 | speculative matters the most ~grievous and shameful error is that 338 2, 152 | Wherefore adultery is more grievous than ~seduction. And both 339 2, 152 | 1), and are so much more grievous than the depravity of sacrilege, 340 2, 152 | specific nature are more grievous.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 341 2, 152 | another. While the most grievous is the ~sin of bestiality, 342 2, 152 | copulation, which is more ~grievous if the abuse regards the " 343 2, 154 | eagerly man sins, the more grievous his sin. ~Now the incontinent 344 2, 154 | resist the ~passion, the less grievous, apparently is incontinence: 345 2, 154 | incontinence of desire is ~less grievous than incontinence of anger.~ 346 2, 154 | dangerous a sin the more grievous it is. Now ~incontinence 347 2, 154 | murder, for this is a more grievous sin than ~adultery, to which 348 2, 154 | for the most part, more grievous, because it leads to things ~ 349 2, 156 | Whether it is the most grievous of sins?~(5) Of its species;~( 350 2, 156 | Whether anger is the most grievous sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] 351 2, 156 | seem that anger is the most grievous sin. For Chrysostom ~says [* 352 2, 156 | Therefore anger is the ~most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] 353 2, 156 | Therefore anger is the most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] 354 2, 156 | murder, which is a most grievous sin. ~Therefore anger is 355 2, 156 | Therefore anger is a most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] 356 2, 156 | Therefore anger is not the most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] 357 2, 156 | evident that hatred is ~more grievous than envy, and envy than 358 2, 156 | anger ~is apparently less grievous than that of concupiscence, 359 2, 156 | anger: yet anger is less grievous, inasmuch as it considers 360 2, 156 | displeasure, ~wherefore he is "grievous" and "sullen" to himself. 361 2, 159 | Ep. cxlix) that it is "grievous pride," since to wit, it 362 2, 160 | Whether it is the most grievous of all sins?~(7) Of its 363 2, 160 | Whether pride is the most grievous of sins?~Aquin.: SMT SS 364 2, 160 | that pride is not the most grievous of sins. For ~the more difficult 365 2, 160 | sin is to avoid, the less grievous it would seem to ~be. Now 366 2, 160 | Therefore pride is not the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 367 2, 160 | and so forth, are more grievous ~sins than pride.~Aquin.: 368 2, 160 | Therefore pride is not the most grievous of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 369 2, 160 | that pride is the most ~grievous of sins by its genus, because 370 2, 160 | contempt, is rendered more grievous than if ~it be the outcome 371 2, 160 | which though they be less ~grievous are more evidently shameful. 372 2, 160 | dispensation, it is less grievous than pride. For he who is 373 2, 160 | pride is shown to be ~more grievous by the very fact that, as 374 2, 160 | Pride is said to be the most grievous of sins because that ~which 375 2, 160 | there may ~be certain less grievous sins that are committed 376 2, 160 | weakness. But among the grievous sins the first is pride, 377 2, 160 | other sins are rendered more grievous. And as that which is the ~ 378 2, 161 | Whether his sin was more grievous than all other sins?~(4) 379 2, 161 | our first parents was more grievous than other sins?~Aquin.: 380 2, 161 | our first parents was more grievous ~than other sins. For Augustine 381 2, 161 | first parents was more ~grievous than other sins.~Aquin.: 382 2, 161 | Therefore that sin was more ~grievous than other sins.~Aquin.: 383 2, 161 | conclude that this sin was most grievous relatively but not ~simply.~ 384 2, 161 | Whether Adam's sin was more grievous than Eve's?~Aquin.: SMT 385 2, 161 | that Adam's sin was more grievous than Eve's. For ~it is written ( 386 2, 161 | Therefore Adam's sin was ~more grievous than Eve's.~Aquin.: SMT 387 2, 161 | would seem to be the most ~grievous. Now Adam, apparently, sinned 388 2, 161 | the ~man's sin is the more grievous, because he was more perfect 389 2, 161 | the woman's sin was more grievous than the ~man's.~Aquin.: 390 2, 161 | which the man's sin was more grievous than the ~woman's.~Aquin.: 391 2, 178 | sweetness . . . yet through my grievous weight I sink down ~again." 392 2, 182 | clergy deserving of such a grievous insult," as to assert ~that ' 393 2, 184 | sins of religious were more grievous than those of seculars it 394 2, 184 | may be in three ways more ~grievous than a like sin committed 395 2, 185 | people as a penance for grievous sins to go on a pilgrimage 396 2, 186 | the battlefield is more grievous ~than the encounter in words 397 2, 187 | and just as a sin ~is more grievous through proceeding from 398 3, 1 | person we offend, the more grievous the offense. Hence for condign ~ 399 3, 1 | original sin. For the more grievous the sin, the ~more it runs 400 3, 1 | But actual sin is more grievous than original sin; for the 401 3, 1 | 2/2~Moreover, the more grievous the sin, the more particularly 402 3, 44 | experience further and more grievous attacks from the ~old enemy. 403 3, 47 | a sacrifice, but a most ~grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] 404 3, 47 | crucified Christ was most grievous?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 405 3, 47 | crucifiers was not the ~most grievous. Because the sin which has 406 3, 47 | some excuse cannot be most ~grievous. But our Lord Himself excused 407 3, 47 | theirs was not the most grievous sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] 408 3, 47 | their sin was not the most grievous.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 409 3, 47 | their sin was ~the most grievous, both on account of the 410 3, 65 | Further, lust is not more grievous than other sins, as we have ~ 411 3, 68 | that their sins be less grievous, or that their sins be ~ 412 3, 68 | Further, unbelief is a most grievous sin, as we have shown in 413 3, 69 | many other sins are more grievous than insincerity, which ~ 414 3, 80 | those who are hindered by ~grievous crimes." Consequently, if 415 3, 84 | because it makes the sin less ~grievous. Secondly, one hides one' 416 3, 84 | be either ~more or less grievous than the first, which was 417 3, 88 | culpa redit."~For the more grievous the sin committed against 418 3, 88 | But there are ~sins more grievous than these, such as blasphemy 419 3, 88 | as though they were more ~grievous than others, but because 420 3, 88 | mortal sin is much less grievous than any one of ~those previously 421 Suppl, 3 | perceived to be the most grievous hurt by the ~interior sense 422 Suppl, 3 | another, if that sin is more ~grievous, and it be necessary to 423 Suppl, 3 | sorry for one, viz. the more grievous, than ~for the other.~Aquin.: 424 Suppl, 3 | be more sorry for a more grievous ~sin, because there is more 425 Suppl, 6 | having committed a more grievous sin than one has.~Aquin.: 426 Suppl, 8 | murder in a layman is more grievous than that ~of fornication 427 Suppl, 8 | body of Christ is most ~grievous, because the greater the 428 Suppl, 8 | sinned against, the more ~grievous the sin. Now for spilling 429 Suppl, 8 | the ~former's sin be less grievous), or because one man's sin; 430 Suppl, 13| loss of time is a very grievous ~matter. Therefore man cannot 431 Suppl, 13| mortal actual sin is more grievous than original sin. ~But 432 Suppl, 13| sin has, yet it is a more grievous evil, because it is an ~ 433 Suppl, 22| OBJ 2: Further, the most grievous effect of an excommunication 434 Suppl, 28| despair, who have committed grievous sins.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[28] 435 Suppl, 28| over again, or even more grievous sins. Therefore the solemn ~ 436 Suppl, 28| enjoined on account of a grievous crime. Now the same sin 437 Suppl, 28| Now the same sin is more ~grievous in a cleric than in a layman. 438 Suppl, 28| only applied for the most ~grievous sins, is reserved to the 439 Suppl, 47| bodily injuries are less grievous than certain others; and 440 Suppl, 53| vow, although it is ~more grievous to break a solemn vow, so 441 Suppl, 59| spiritual adultery is more grievous than carnal. But a man can ~ 442 Suppl, 60| 2: Further, it is a more grievous sin to kill one's mother 443 Suppl, 60| Simply speaking it is a more grievous sin to kill one's ~mother 444 Suppl, 62| certain other sins are more ~grievous than carnal fornication. 445 Suppl, 62| though perhaps they be ~more grievous than fornication, are not 446 Suppl, 62| above. And since it is more grievous than simple ~fornication, 447 Suppl, 64| day. It is however a more grievous sin to ~ask for the sake 448 Suppl, 65| greater the sin is less grievous, ~because he sins more who 449 Suppl, 71| those who are burdened with grievous sins ~are buried in the 450 Suppl, 83| may be burdened with less grievous sins and yet have ~deformities 451 Suppl, 83| while burdened with more grievous sins. Wherefore if he who 452 Suppl, 95| known, because they are of a grievous nature, and on ~the part 453 Appen1, 1| pain of hell fire is most grievous. Therefore ~they will not 454 Appen1, 2| venial sins are the least grievous, the lightest ~punishment 455 Appen1, 2| to the extent of the most grievous punishment. Therefore the 456 Appen1, 2| this life will not be more grievous to him than ~all other pains 457 Appen1, 2| we ~shall suffer nothing grievous on their account: because 458 Appen1, 2| pains of Purgatory are more grievous than all the ~pains of this 459 Appen1, 2| than another. For the more grievous the sin, and the ~greater 460 Appen1, 2| lighter punishment and less grievous fault. Therefore one is ~


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