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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | makes every form or nature actual; for goodness and humanity ~ 2 1, 3 | humanity ~are spoken of as actual, only because they are spoken 3 1, 3 | subject is in some sense made actual by ~its accidents. But there 4 1, 3 | potential, while the latter is actual. Secondly, ~because, since 5 1, 4 | principle must needs be most ~actual, and therefore most perfect; 6 1, 4 | must be that which is ~actual; since a potential being 7 1, 4 | act by some ~being already actual.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[4] A[1] 8 1, 4 | that by which they are made actual; for nothing ~has actuality 9 1, 5 | perfect so far as it is ~actual. Therefore it is clear that 10 1, 5 | existence that makes all things actual, as is clear ~from the foregoing ( 11 1, 5 | so far as it is at all ~actual, it has some perfection), 12 1, 5 | which are potential, and not actual. For ~goodness has the aspect 13 1, 5 | the end, in which not only actual things find ~their completion, 14 1, 5 | those things which are ~not actual, but merely potential. Now 15 1, 5 | to those things which are actual.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[2] 16 1, 5 | only so far as ~they are actual. Hence, in each one of them 17 1, 7 | form, ~because nothing is actual except by its form; hence, 18 1, 7 | actuality. But magnitude is an ~actual whole; therefore the infinite 19 1, 7 | potentiality to be made actual. But number can be ~multiplied 20 1, 7 | any species to be ~made actual. But the species of figures 21 1, 7 | Therefore an ~infinite number of actual figures is possible.~Aquin.: 22 1, 7 | infinitude; therefore an ~actual infinite number of things 23 1, 7 | Every potentiality is made actual according to its mode of ~ 24 1, 12 | knowable according as it is actual, ~God, Who is pure act without 25 1, 12 | intellect in act is the actual intelligible; as ~sense 26 1, 12 | as ~sense in act is the actual sensible. But this comes 27 1, 12 | sight. For vision is made actual only when the thing seen 28 1, 12 | whereby the vision ~is made actual; whereas the substance of 29 1, 12 | in the ~mirror. But all actual or possible things shine 30 1, 12 | whoever sees God, ~sees all actual things in Him, and also 31 1, 12 | intellect in act becomes the actual intelligible, and the sense 32 1, 12 | sense in ~act becomes the actual sensible, inasmuch as it 33 1, 14 | operator, the operation is ~actual. Hence the Philosopher says ( 34 1, 14 | habitual knowledge, but actual knowledge. Now the ~Philosopher 35 1, 14 | many ~things at once; but actual understanding regards only 36 1, 14 | absolutely are which are actual; whereas things ~which are 37 1, 14 | whereas things ~which are not actual, are in the power either 38 1, 14 | although they are ~not actual. And in so far it can be 39 1, 14 | those ~things that are not actual. For though some of them 40 1, 14 | Those things that are not actual are true in so far as they ~ 41 1, 14 | God knows not only things actual but also things ~possible 42 1, 14 | things; ~not only things actual but also things possible 43 1, 14 | contingent things become actual successively, ~nevertheless 44 1, 14 | far as it stands under actual knowledge; thus material 45 1, 18 | mind; since the former ~is actual, the latter only potential.~ 46 1, 19 | For as natural things have actual existence by ~their form, 47 1, 25 | acts according as it is actual: but passive power is ~contrary 48 1, 25 | the measure in which He is actual. Now His existence is ~infinite, 49 1, 25 | He would do, because His actual ~doing is subject to His 50 1, 27 | proceed from potential to actual life, such as men and ~animals, 51 1, 27 | that the intellect is made actual by the ~object understood 52 1, 27 | whereas the will is made actual, not by any similitude of 53 1, 29 | things subsisting, but gives actual existence to the matter 54 1, 34 | according as it is made actual by ~the intelligible species, 55 1, 34 | understanding which is to the actual intellect what existence 56 1, 34 | intellect what existence is to ~actual being; since the act of 57 1, 34 | as our intellect is made actual by the form of the thing ~ 58 1, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 7: Further "the actual and the possible do not 59 1, 38 | Gift" does not import the actual giving, it cannot be called 60 1, 44 | made is in some degree actual. But primary matter is only 61 1, 44 | though everything ~created is actual, still it is not pure act. 62 1, 45 | Sometimes, indeed, the same ~actual thing is different now from 63 1, 45 | OBJ 1: Forms begin to be actual when the composite things 64 1, 46 | impossible for there to be an ~actual infinity of souls, as appears 65 1, 48 | form which makes a thing actual is a perfection and a ~good; 66 1, 48 | a ~good; and thus every actual being is a good; and likewise 67 1, 50 | itself; for everything is an actual being ~according to its 68 1, 50 | form: whereas matter is an actual being by the form. ~Consequently 69 1, 50 | acts according as it is actual, the ~operation of a thing 70 1, 53 | changing precedes every actual change: ~consequently he 71 1, 53 | Body Para. 4/4~Now, the actual passing from one extreme 72 1, 53 | continuous movement the actual change is not a part of ~ 73 1, 56 | order that there may be actual ~knowledge, it is required 74 1, 56 | species, it can ~thereby have actual knowledge without any preceding 75 1, 57 | another makes use of them by actual ~consideration.~Aquin.: 76 1, 63 | two ways: first of all by ~actual guilt, and secondly by affection. 77 1, 66 | preceding form bestowed actual substantial being, and made ~ 78 1, 66 | would not simply make an actual being, but 'this' actual 79 1, 66 | actual being, but 'this' actual being; which is ~the proper 80 1, 66 | substratum of ~bodies was some actual being, such as air or fire. 81 1, 68 | sublimity and ~luminosity, actual or potential. Thus Damascene ( 82 1, 72 | holy writers that it was ~actual.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 83 1, 75 | can operate ~but what is actual: for which reason we do 84 1, 75 | Wherefore matter ~acquires actual existence as it acquires 85 1, 76 | primary matter was some actual ~being - for instance, fire 86 1, 76 | of the soul were made an ~actual being, it would follow that 87 1, 76 | having quantity, before it is actual. But matter has actual existence 88 1, 76 | is actual. But matter has actual existence by ~the substantial 89 1, 76 | essential form makes ~man an actual being, a body, a living 90 1, 76 | itself, makes a thing to be actual since it is ~itself essentially 91 1, 77 | a soul would always have actual vital actions, as that which ~ 92 1, 77 | has a soul is not always actual with respect to its vital ~ 93 1, 77 | essence of the soul, man has actual existence in the different 94 1, 77 | something is after a manner actual. They differ, however, in 95 1, 77 | for its subject is an ~actual being. Hence it is clear 96 1, 77 | composite. Now the ~composite is actual by the soul. Whence it is 97 1, 77 | subject ~according as it is actual, and is received into it 98 1, 38 | Gift" does not import the actual giving, it cannot be called 99 1, 45 | made is in some degree actual. But primary matter is only 100 1, 45 | though everything ~created is actual, still it is not pure act. 101 1, 46 | Sometimes, indeed, the same ~actual thing is different now from 102 1, 46 | OBJ 1: Forms begin to be actual when the composite things 103 1, 47 | impossible for there to be an ~actual infinity of souls, as appears 104 1, 49 | form which makes a thing actual is a perfection and a ~good; 105 1, 49 | a ~good; and thus every actual being is a good; and likewise 106 1, 51 | itself; for everything is an actual being ~according to its 107 1, 51 | form: whereas matter is an actual being by the form. ~Consequently 108 1, 51 | acts according as it is actual, the ~operation of a thing 109 1, 54 | changing precedes every actual change: ~consequently he 110 1, 54 | Body Para. 4/4~Now, the actual passing from one extreme 111 1, 54 | continuous movement the actual change is not a part of ~ 112 1, 57 | order that there may be actual knowledge, it is required 113 1, 57 | species, it can ~thereby have actual knowledge without any preceding 114 1, 58 | another makes use of them by actual ~consideration.~Aquin.: 115 1, 64 | two ways: first of all by ~actual guilt, and secondly by affection. 116 1, 67 | preceding form bestowed actual substantial being, and made ~ 117 1, 67 | would not simply make an actual being, but 'this' actual 118 1, 67 | actual being, but 'this' actual being; which is ~the proper 119 1, 67 | substratum of ~bodies was some actual being, such as air or fire. 120 1, 69 | sublimity and ~luminosity, actual or potential. Thus Damascene ( 121 1, 71 | holy writers that it was ~actual.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 122 1, 74 | can operate ~but what is actual: for which reason we do 123 1, 74 | Wherefore matter ~acquires actual existence as it acquires 124 1, 75 | primary matter was some actual ~being - for instance, fire 125 1, 75 | of the soul were made an ~actual being, it would follow that 126 1, 75 | having quantity, before it is actual. But matter has actual existence 127 1, 75 | is actual. But matter has actual existence by ~the substantial 128 1, 75 | essential form makes ~man an actual being, a body, a living 129 1, 75 | itself, makes a thing to be actual since it is ~itself essentially 130 1, 76 | a soul would always have actual vital actions, as that which ~ 131 1, 76 | has a soul is not always actual with respect to its vital ~ 132 1, 76 | essence of the soul, man has actual existence in the different 133 1, 76 | something is after a manner actual. They differ, however, in 134 1, 76 | for its subject is an ~actual being. Hence it is clear 135 1, 76 | composite. Now the ~composite is actual by the soul. Whence it is 136 1, 76 | subject ~according as it is actual, and is received into it 137 1, 77 | a thing not only at the actual time of sensation, but ~ 138 1, 78 | as the senses as ~made actual by what is actually sensible. 139 1, 78 | intellect is a "substance in actual being." But nothing can 140 1, 78 | contrary, phantasms are ~actual images of certain species, 141 1, 78 | be preserved apart from actual apprehension. But in the 142 1, 78 | knowledge is in potentiality to actual ~consideration.~Aquin.: 143 1, 78 | intellect "in habit," and the ~"actual" intellect. Of which four 144 1, 78 | called intellect in act, ~or actual intellect.~Aquin.: SMT FP 145 1, 78 | these things follow the actual application of knowledge 146 1, 83 | reduced to act by ~something actual. If, therefore, our intellect, 147 1, 83 | For the intellect is made actual by the intelligible species ~ 148 1, 85 | habitual knowledge results from actual consideration: since ~by 149 1, 86 | knowable, according as it is ~actual. This is quite clear as 150 1, 86 | according as ~each one is actual by its own essence.~Aquin.: 151 1, 86 | understood, except as it is made actual. For even the Platonists ~ 152 1, 86 | Platonists held, ~became actual by participating separate 153 1, 86 | according as it is made actual by the species abstracted 154 1, 86 | intellect, which becomes actual by the species of the ~object 155 1, 86 | nothing is known but as it is ~actual: therefore so far as a habit 156 1, 88 | except so ~far as it is actual, the mode of action in every 157 1, 90 | being" is farther off ~from actual existence than "being in 158 1, 92 | soul, in relation to the actual vision, whether ~sensible 159 1, 92 | image, must be referred to actual ~vision.~Aquin.: SMT FP 160 1, 92 | word "cannot exist without ~actual thought," as Augustine says ( 161 1, 92 | knowledge which we possess, by actual ~thought we form an internal 162 1, 92 | they are not under ~our actual consideration, they are 163 1, 92 | cannot be ~there without actual thought (for we think everything 164 1, 92 | whereby we understand ~with actual thought; and by will, love, 165 1, 92 | the Divine Trinity more in actual understanding and will, ~ 166 1, 93 | in ~potentiality is made actual only by something actual. 167 1, 93 | actual only by something actual. And since God ~created 168 1, 94 | difficult to him. But the ~actual difficulty, by its penal 169 1, 104 | other is the principle of actual understanding, namely, the 170 1, 106 | mind turns ~itself to the actual consideration of any habitual 171 1, 117 | active force to have an actual organ; but it is based on 172 1, 118 | from what was before the actual whole; rather is it the 173 2, 3 | perfect in so far as it is ~actual; since potentiality without 174 2, 3 | principle of life is made actual: thus we speak of active ~ 175 2, 4 | except in so far as it is an actual being. Since, therefore, 176 2, 4 | remain, they have another actual being, just as a ~part of 177 2, 6 | that is to say, outside the actual circumstances of the case.~ 178 2, 6 | away entirely, but only the actual consideration in some particular ~ 179 2, 8 | future things, ~which are not actual beings. Therefore the will 180 2, 8 | shunning it. Wherefore the ~actual desire of good is called " 181 2, 9 | reduced to act by something actual; and to do this is to ~move. 182 2, 11 | is not considered as an actual ~end, except when the movement 183 2, 11 | imperfect, as compared with the ~actual circumstances of the agent. 184 2, 32 | kind of operation: ~because actual knowledge is an operation; 185 2, 32 | knowledge; and ~again, since actual is greater than potential 186 2, 36 | actually, i.e. by causing the actual presence of the corruptive 187 2, 38 | befits a man according to his actual disposition, is always pleasant ~ 188 2, 38 | fitting according to his ~actual state, he feels a certain 189 2, 47 | sinning, cannot do God any actual harm: but ~so far as he 190 2, 50 | same time potential and ~actual can be in that which is 191 2, 51 | known, must needs be the actual likeness of the thing known: 192 2, 63 | in its perfect state. But actual sin, ~even mortal, is compatible 193 2, 67 | understands; and that so long as actual consideration ceases, ~the 194 2, 67 | something which is in our actual ~possession.~Aquin.: SMT 195 2, 70 | beatitude ~which is that of actual possession, so are the fruits 196 2, 70 | Now ~charity has always actual presence in God Whom it 197 2, 71 | would be essential to other actual sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 198 2, 74 | God's ~law, it holds it in actual contempt: and if not, it 199 2, 75 | cause of sin, but is made actual by the ~preceding movements, 200 2, 75 | precede it ~are not always actual, neither is man always actually 201 2, 77 | impossible for anyone to have an actual knowledge or ~true opinion 202 2, 78 | habit. It may also denote actual ~malice, whether by malice 203 2, 81 | bodily members is ~called "actual." And just as the actual 204 2, 81 | actual." And just as the actual sin that is committed by 205 2, 81 | from father to son, even as actual sin is transmitted ~through 206 2, 81 | was its disorder. ~Other actual sins, however, whether of 207 2, 81 | be transmissible. But the actual sins of our nearer ~ancestors 208 2, 81 | from the soul's ~will, actual sin is transmitted to the 209 2, 81 | Now it is evident that actual sin can be ~transmitted 210 2, 81 | forgive the punishment due for actual ~sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 211 2, 81 | also unto the removal ~of actual sins, and the obtaining 212 2, 81 | are moved by the soul to actual ~sin. Now there is no movement 213 2, 81 | as punishments, ~but as actual defects. This, however, 214 2, 82 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, actual sin has the nature of fault 215 2, 82 | voluntary. Now the habit of actual sin has ~not the nature 216 2, 82 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Actual sin is an inordinateness 217 2, 82 | can be a habit, whereas actual ~sin cannot.~Aquin.: SMT 218 2, 82 | or by the fact that all actual sins virtually pre-exist 219 2, 82 | Reply OBJ 3: It is not the actual lust that transmits original 220 2, 83 | generation, in the same way as actual sin is ~transmitted from 221 2, 83 | him it had the nature of ~actual sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] 222 2, 83 | are the proper subjects of actual sins, which are the sins 223 2, 83 | so far as it inclines to actual sins, ~belongs chiefly to 224 2, 83 | OBJ 2: The infection of actual sin belongs only to the 225 2, 84 | Secondly, as denoting actual contempt of God, to the 226 2, 85 | accident, is already an actual being as regards that accident. 227 2, 85 | individual on account of ~actual sin, as was explained above ( 228 2, 85 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, actual sin has more of the character 229 2, 85 | than ~original sin has. But actual sin does not change the 230 2, 85 | OBJ 2: Both original and actual sin are removed by the same 231 2, 85 | things may be considered in actual sin, the substance ~of the 232 2, 85 | the substance of the act, ~actual sin can cause a bodily defect: 233 2, 85 | justice did. Wherefore ~actual sin does not cause those 234 2, 87 | it is evident that in all actual sins, when the ~act of sin 235 2, 87 | Sometimes this is a relation to actual sin, as when a man is punished 236 2, 88 | venial sin excludes ~only actual reference of the human act 237 2, 89 | speak, intrinsic, ~the other actual like an outward flash of 238 2, 89 | venial sin is a ~hindrance to actual comeliness, but not to habitual 239 2, 89 | habitual rather than of actual comeliness. Therefore, ~ 240 2, 89 | liability ~pertains, not to actual but to original sin.~Aquin.: 241 2, 89 | first ~able to commit an actual sin: and when the child 242 2, 90 | are sometimes under our actual consideration, while ~sometimes 243 2, 103 | Christians share, are the ~actual representation."~Aquin.: 244 2, 113 | movement is not without actual ~consideration. But it is 245 2, 1 | causes are requisite before actual generation can take ~place, 246 2, 2 | general way for any kind of actual consideration of the intellect, 247 2, 2 | not meritorious. But the actual consideration of ~what a 248 2, 2 | it can be as ~regards the actual consideration.~Aquin.: SMT 249 2, 10 | the faith, can commit an actual sin, venial or even ~mortal, 250 2, 17 | is no future), but are in actual possession thereof.~Aquin.: 251 2, 23 | increase, without causing any actual increase, ~and afterwards 252 2, 23 | giving the animal or plant an actual increase. In like manner 253 2, 23 | way to God, not merely by actual ~increase of charity, but 254 2, 23 | rational mind, ~since every actual movement of that mind is 255 2, 23 | ways; first, directly, by actual ~contempt, and, in this 256 2, 26 | of the will differs from ~actual love, considered not only 257 2, 40 | because war and strife denote ~actual aggression on either side, 258 2, 40 | be said to denote ~either actual aggression, or the preparation 259 2, 42 | the mind and hinder ~the actual movement of the heart towards 260 2, 47 | infinite, ~the number of actual circumstances is not; and 261 2, 53 | considered with regard to their actual ~execution, and in this 262 2, 77 | sin ~is either original or actual. Now omission is not original 263 2, 77 | through origin nor is it actual sin, for it may be ~altogether 264 2, 77 | Omission is not original but actual sin, not as though it ~had 265 2, 94 | rather than to regret the ~actual damage."~Aquin.: SMT SS 266 2, 102 | one treat the precept with actual contempt. On the ~other 267 2, 117 | Apostle as referring, not ~to actual covetousness, but to a kind 268 2, 152 | Now one who is already an actual member of the ~human species 269 2, 169 | s ~intellect, after the actual enlightenment has ceased, 270 2, 169 | enlightenment ceases to be actual, on account of his being ~ 271 2, 173 | this state remaining, actual conversion to phantasms 272 2, 178 | cogitation may ~signify any actual operation of the intellect. " 273 2, 182 | two ~ways. First, as being actual: and thus it is not essential, 274 2, 186 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Actual obedience is required of 275 3, 1 | original sin rather than ~actual?~(5) Whether it was fitting 276 3, 1 | incarnate in order to take away actual sin, rather ~than to take 277 3, 1 | incarnate as a remedy for actual ~sins rather than for original 278 3, 1 | God became incarnate. ~But actual sin is more grievous than 279 3, 1 | directed to taking ~away actual sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] 280 3, 1 | came in order to take away actual sin rather than ~original 281 3, 1 | our individual sins are actual sins; for original sin is 282 3, 1 | He ~has come chiefly for actual sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] 283 3, 1 | greater, and in ~this way actual sin is greater than original 284 3, 1 | infected, is greater than any actual sin, which ~is proper to 285 3, 7 | may be greater heat in actual existence, viz. the heat 286 3, 8 | members of ~Christ by the actual union of charity; but such 287 3, 8 | abounded ~unto many." But the actual sin of Adam is distinct 288 3, 8 | nature, is ~derived from his actual sin, which is a personal 289 3, 9 | whereby everything is made actual." And thus it is necessary 290 3, 11 | seeing could not become actual ~save by turning to colors. 291 3, 11 | unfitting. ~Therefore He had an actual and not a habitual knowledge 292 3, 11 | knowledge habitual, but actual with ~respect to everything 293 3, 14 | Punishment always follows sin actual or original, sometimes ~ 294 3, 15 | sin - either original or actual - according to what ~is 295 3, 22 | For it acquired then the actual holiness of a victim, from ~ 296 3, 22 | partaking thereof. As to ~the actual offering, the priesthood 297 3, 27 | sin, ~both original and actual. If, therefore, the Blessed 298 3, 27 | through the origin, just as ~actual sin is contracted through 299 3, 27 | cannot be cleansed from actual sin. Therefore neither ~ 300 3, 27 | sensitive appetite. for actual concupiscence is a sinful 301 3, 27 | was preserved ~from all actual sin?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] 302 3, 27 | was not preserved from all actual sin. For, as we have already ~ 303 3, 27 | not preserved ~from all actual sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] 304 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin committed no ~actual sin, neither mortal nor 305 3, 31 | bones in other women are actual parts of the body, ~the 306 3, 31 | His body was formed was actual flesh, but blood, which 307 3, 52 | pain on account of any actual sin, but only with the pain 308 3, 52 | sensible pain ~on account of actual sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] 309 3, 52 | pain which men ~endure for actual sin, according to Ps. 17: 310 3, 52 | two ways: first of all for actual sin ~which each had committed 311 3, 52 | from ~original as well as actual sin through faith in Christ; 312 3, 52 | also from the ~penalty of actual sins, but not from the penalty 313 3, 52 | baptism from the ~penalty of actual sins, and from the penalty 314 3, 53 | ways: first of all, from actual death, so ~that he begins 315 3, 53 | whereby ~one is rescued from actual death only, is but an imperfect 316 3, 64 | of something else, has no actual ~intention, yet he has habitual 317 3, 64 | take great care to have actual ~intention. But this is 318 3, 65 | to sin; Penance, against actual ~sin committed after baptism; 319 3, 68 | original, but also ~against actual sins, which are caused by 320 3, 69 | cause of the remission of actual ~sins. But penance is required 321 3, 69 | do with the remission of actual sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] 322 3, 69 | generically distinct from actual sin. Therefore not all sins 323 3, 69 | more perfectly ~through the actual reception of Baptism.~Aquin.: 324 3, 69 | guilt of both original and actual ~sin. Now it takes away 325 3, 69 | takes away the guilt of actual sin in such a way as to 326 3, 69 | in adults it takes away actual sins, in some many, in others 327 3, 70 | is not remitted without actual sin being ~remitted also: 328 3, 70 | circumcision as remitting actual sin. Therefore neither did 329 3, 70 | of original, but also of actual sin: yet not so as to be 330 3, 71 | subject to original, ~or even actual, sin. Consequently it is 331 3, 73 | sacrament. ~Accordingly, before actual reception of this sacrament, 332 3, 74 | added to the wine ~at the actual celebration of the sacrament.~ 333 3, 75 | determination of every thing in ~actual existence comes from its 334 3, 77 | acts in so far as it is an actual ~being, the consequence 335 3, 77 | better to say that in the actual consecration it is ~miraculously 336 3, 78 | bread ought to signify the actual ~conversion of the bread 337 3, 78 | considered: namely, the actual conversion, the term ~"whence," 338 3, 79 | charity, ~but also a certain actual refreshment of spiritual 339 3, 79 | approaches this sacrament with actual venial sin, ~eats spiritually 340 3, 79 | sacrament, but not in its actual effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 341 3, 79 | fervor of charity as its actual effect. Because Baptism 342 3, 79 | spiritual eating, which has actual ~delight.~Aquin.: SMT TP 343 3, 80 | of the sacrament is the actual ~perfection of the sacrament; 344 3, 80 | without avail, because the ~actual receiving of the sacrament 345 3, 80 | happens in them who from actual ~contempt and with consciousness 346 3, 80 | towards ~the sacrament; actual devotion in some cases, 347 3, 81 | but furthermore a ~certain actual delectation of spiritual 348 3, 84 | Because Penance regards actual mortal sin properly and ~ 349 3, 84 | habitual penance, but only of actual ~penance.~Aquin.: SMT TP 350 3, 86 | impossible for a mortal actual sin to be pardoned ~without 351 3, 86 | which consists, ~not in an actual disorder of the will, but 352 3, 86 | and virtues, but not by an actual change. On the other ~hand, 353 3, 86 | adult, in whom there are actual sins, which ~consist in 354 3, 86 | sins, which ~consist in an actual disorder of the will, there 355 3, 86 | even in Baptism, without an actual change of the will, which 356 3, 87 | there is no penance without actual displeasure at one's ~sins. 357 3, 87 | be taken away without any actual displeasure at ~them, as 358 3, 87 | charity, ~which may be without actual displeasure at venial sin.~ 359 3, 87 | infusion of grace ~without an actual movement of the free-will 360 Suppl, 2 | 3) Whether, for every actual sin he has committed?~(4) 361 Suppl, 2 | committed?~(4) Whether, for actual sins he will commit?~(5) 362 Suppl, 2 | be contrite on account of actual sin; not by reason ~of the 363 Suppl, 2 | has a deformity, even as actual sin has. ~Therefore we should 364 Suppl, 2 | have contrition for every actual sin?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] 365 Suppl, 2 | have contrition for every ~actual sin we have committed. For 366 Suppl, 2 | Penance is a remedy for all actual sins. But penance ~cannot 367 Suppl, 2 | 1/1~I answer that, Every actual sin is caused by our will 368 Suppl, 2 | is to be found in ~every actual sin. Wherefore, if a sin 369 Suppl, 2 | with one another, than ~actual and original sin. Now one 370 Suppl, 2 | blots out all sins both actual ~and original. Therefore 371 Suppl, 6 | from another. Therefore actual sin, which a man has committed ~ 372 Suppl, 6 | power, neither original ~nor actual sin is remitted, produces 373 Suppl, 6 | for the remission of both actual and original sin, a sacrament ~ 374 Suppl, 6 | has ~fallen into a mortal actual sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] 375 Suppl, 6 | case of ~infants: whereas actual sin, which a man commits 376 Suppl, 6 | Ethic. iii). Consequently actual sin also must needs take 377 Suppl, 6 | 5] Body Para. 2/5~But to actual confession a man is bound 378 Suppl, 10| Afterwards at the time of actual ~confession and absolution 379 Suppl, 12| thereof." For the cause of actual sin is the fomes. [*"Fomes" ~ 380 Suppl, 12| the proximate causes of ~actual sin, which are twofold: 381 Suppl, 12| which is the remote cause of actual sin, is not ~entirely removed 382 Suppl, 13| 1~OBJ 5: Further, mortal actual sin is more grievous than 383 Suppl, 13| therefore, can he satisfy for actual sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[13] 384 Suppl, 13| the nature of sin than ~actual sin has, yet it is a more 385 Suppl, 13| itself, so that, unlike actual sin, it could ~not be expiated 386 Suppl, 16| even as there can be no actual cure from the wound of sin 387 Suppl, 16| the act, if ~there were no actual sins.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[16] 388 Suppl, 17| he has contracted, or the actual sin ~which he has committed: 389 Suppl, 18| equally to the effect of ~the actual exercise of the power of 390 Suppl, 18| punishment due to his preceding actual sins. For nothing should 391 Suppl, 30| unfitness, the ~result in us of actual or original sin. against 392 Suppl, 30| instituted chiefly against actual sin, ~whichever other sacrament 393 Suppl, 32| sin, whether original or actual, as stated above (Q[30], 394 Suppl, 32| the Eucharist, requires actual ~devotion in the recipient. 395 Suppl, 32| infirmities are not caused by actual sin, as in ~adults, and 396 Suppl, 32| strength, so to speak, from ~actual sins. Hence from the very 397 Suppl, 32| chiefly ~as a remedy for actual sins, which are not in children.~~ 398 Suppl, 36| speaking according to the actual meaning of the ~words; for 399 Suppl, 41| that ~it is not fit for actual union with God; and this 400 Suppl, 41| Holy Ghost, as ~regards the actual revelation of hidden things, 401 Suppl, 42| made ready except for an actual disease. Therefore it ~should 402 Suppl, 43| be a spouse on account of actual ~marriage, according to 403 Suppl, 46| intercourse follows the actual marriage, as effect follows 404 Suppl, 49| far as they are ~in the actual intention, they make the 405 Suppl, 53| binds, in so far as it is an actual surrender of that which 406 Suppl, 53| A solemn vow implies the actual surrender of one's body, ~ 407 Suppl, 55| previously he reached his actual quantity by some movement 408 Suppl, 55| affinity not only by reason of ~actual union, but also by reason 409 Suppl, 55| the ~impediment was not actual, since at that age the boy 410 Suppl, 56| taken away by Baptism, so is actual ~sin taken away by Penance. 411 Suppl, 56| matter ~that by Penance actual sin is taken away, for this 412 Suppl, 58| But this is contrary to ~actual facts and to the new legislation 413 Suppl, 66| punishments consequent upon ~actual sin, which are, or have 414 Suppl, 69| punishment in hell are due to actual sin, so temporal punishment 415 Suppl, 69| since he is not guilty of ~actual mortal sin. Therefore a 416 Suppl, 69| evil, and thus as regards ~actual sin it is hell, and as regards 417 Suppl, 71| belonged to the Church as actual members, who had the ~faith, 418 Suppl, 79| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, actual defect is more inconsistent 419 Suppl, 79| then there will be certain actual defects in the bodies of 420 Suppl, 79| will never be ~realized by actual passion.~Aquin.: SMT XP 421 Suppl, 79| Whether impassibility excludes actual sensation from glorified 422 Suppl, 79| that impassibility excludes actual sensation from ~glorified 423 Suppl, 79| Therefore they will not have actual sensation.~Aquin.: SMT XP 424 Suppl, 79| OBJ 3: Further, whenever actual sensation is due to a new 425 Suppl, 79| Therefore there will be no actual sensation.~Aquin.: SMT XP 426 Suppl, 79| Therefore the soul will have no actual sensation whatever.~Aquin.: 427 Suppl, 79| Therefore there will be actual sensation.~Aquin.: SMT XP 428 Suppl, 79| movement." Now there will be ~actual movement since they "shall 429 Suppl, 79| Therefore there will also be actual sensation.~Aquin.: SMT XP 430 Suppl, 79| because ~they will have actual sensations, not by receiving 431 Suppl, 79| which of itself causes actual ~sensation, without changing 432 Suppl, 79| passion that takes place in ~actual sensation and is no other 433 Suppl, 79| glorified body ~will lack the actual sense of touch, since the 434 Suppl, 79| sense of touch becomes ~actual by the alteration of an 435 Suppl, 79| Therefore there will be no actual seeing there, and yet this 436 Suppl, 79| Therefore they will not have actual sense of sight. The minor 437 Suppl, 79| sense of sight will not be actual in ~glorified bodies.~Aquin.: 438 Suppl, 79| Therefore all the senses will be actual there.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 439 Suppl, 89| itself ~intelligible and actual, through being separate 440 Suppl, 92| to be ~united to God by actual vision. This is brought 441 Suppl, 93| the degree of merit due to actual martyrdom by reason of its 442 Suppl, 93| that which is due to an ~actual martyr. But the aureole 443 Suppl, 93| to the habit, but ~to the actual strife, according to 2 Tim. 444 Suppl, 95| the damned there ~will be actual consideration of the things 445 Suppl, 95| Q[185], A[3], ad 2], by actual experience thereof and by 446 Appen1, 1| OBJ 4: Further, even as in actual sin there is aversion and 447 Appen1, 1| punishment of fire is due to ~actual sin by reason of the conversion. 448 Appen1, 1| origin of our nature. But actual sin, even ~venial, is voluntary 449 Appen1, 1| Again it matters not that actual venial sin is deserving 450 Appen1, 1| is in ~the conversion of actual sin: whereas habitual concupiscence, 451 Appen1, 1| right reason deflected by no actual sin. Therefore they will 452 Appen1, 1| free-will, are damned for ~actual sin, there was aptitude 453 Appen1, 2| QUALITY OF SOULS WHO EXPIATE ACTUAL SIN OR ITS PUNISHMENT IN 454 Appen1, 2| the ~punishment of their actual sins in the fire of Purgatory.~ 455 Appen1, 2| it is more ~cognizant of actual suffering [passionis]: and 456 Appen1, 2| stated (XP, Q[2], A[3]) that actual sin is ~not blotted out 457 Appen1, 2| it in the future. Because actual sin, even if ~it be venial, 458 Appen1, 2| not remitted without an actual movement of contrition, ~ 459 Appen1, 2| which makes a sin mortal is actual complacency, for ~every 460 Appen1, 2| committing a venial sin, has no actual thought of being forgiven


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