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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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satisfaction

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1 1, 74 | they express a certain satisfaction taken by God in His works, 2 1, 74 | of the Holy Spirit by the satisfaction with which God saw that ~ 3 1, 73 | they express a certain satisfaction taken by God in His works, 4 1, 73 | of the Holy Spirit by the satisfaction with which God saw that ~ 5 2, 87 | ways ~punishment avails for satisfaction. Now when punishment is 6 2, 87 | demands that he ~should do satisfaction for his offenses against 7 2, 102 | Moreover, this would not be ~satisfaction for sin: for if the offering 8 2, 114 | offended, unless he makes satisfaction to him and is ~reconciled.~ 9 2, 30 | reckoned among works of satisfaction, ~according to Dan. 4:24: " 10 2, 30 | thy sins with alms." Now ~satisfaction is an act of justice. Therefore 11 2, 30 | reckoned among ~works of satisfaction in so far as pity for the 12 2, 30 | distress is ~directed to the satisfaction for his sin; and in so far 13 2, 60 | that has sinned is bound to satisfaction. Now ~restitution belongs 14 2, 60 | restitution belongs to satisfaction. Therefore he that has taken 15 2, 64 | property. Hence he must make satisfaction to ~God and endeavor to 16 2, 145 | fast may feel some pain in ~satisfaction for their sins, the ninth 17 2, 152 | by such ~works he makes satisfaction for his past inconstancy; 18 2, 187 | surpasses all manner of satisfaction, even that of ~public penance, 19 3, 1 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Satisfaction may be said to be sufficient 20 3, 1 | committed, and in this way the satisfaction of a mere ~man cannot be 21 3, 1 | offense. Hence for condign ~satisfaction it was necessary that the 22 3, 1 | and man. Secondly, man's ~satisfaction may be termed sufficient, 23 3, 1 | condign, ~and in this way the satisfaction of a mere man is sufficient. 24 3, 1 | sustained, hence it is that satisfaction of every mere man has its ~ 25 3, 1 | its ~efficiency from the satisfaction of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 26 3, 1 | of sense on the Cross in satisfaction for sins - and not ~the 27 3, 4 | be assumed that ~whereby satisfaction was to be made for the whole 28 3, 14 | matter, ~as it were, of the satisfaction for that sin; but the principle 29 3, 14 | another, ~and from which the satisfaction has its efficacy, for satisfaction 30 3, 14 | satisfaction has its efficacy, for satisfaction would ~not be efficacious 31 3, 14 | infirmities, that the matter of ~satisfaction should not be wanting.~Aquin.: 32 3, 15 | because sin nowise works our ~satisfaction; rather, it impedes the 33 3, 15 | Now sin does not further satisfaction, but hinders it, ~as has 34 3, 15 | defect cannot ~be ordained to satisfaction, but rather inclined to 35 3, 15 | to what is contrary to ~satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 36 3, 22 | and, in a manner, makes satisfaction to God for ~their sins; 37 3, 22 | entirely removed by the satisfaction ~that man offers to God. 38 3, 22 | which is offered by ~way of satisfaction, but by the very devotion 39 3, 22 | to need ~a sacrifice of satisfaction. But Christ did not stand 40 3, 26 | and gifts, and by offering satisfaction and prayers to God ~for 41 3, 46 | to condone debts without satisfaction: nor, again, on the part 42 3, 46 | His Passion Christ made satisfaction for the sin of the human 43 3, 46 | had forgiven sins without satisfaction. Hence it is said ~(Eph. 44 3, 46 | Divine will, requiring ~satisfaction for sin from the human race. 45 3, 46 | man from sin without any satisfaction, He would not have acted 46 3, 46 | personal trespass, without satisfaction, acts mercifully and not ~ 47 3, 46 | bondage by Christ making satisfaction on his behalf in ~the Passion. 48 3, 46 | race, for which He made satisfaction by suffering; hence He ~ 49 3, 46 | would avail for so great a satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 50 3, 47 | could man pay Him ~enough satisfaction: and the Apostle denotes 51 3, 48 | and ~therefore Christ's satisfaction belongs to all the faithful 52 3, 48 | alms." Now Christ made ~satisfaction, not by giving money or 53 3, 48 | delivered from sin by the ~satisfaction of Christ's Passion, he 54 3, 48 | flesh, it acts by way of ~satisfaction, inasmuch as we are liberated 55 3, 49 | sufficient and superabundant satisfaction for the ~sins of the whole 56 3, 49 | race: but when sufficient satisfaction has been ~paid, then the 57 3, 49 | Hence no punishment ~of satisfaction is imposed upon men at their 58 3, 49 | fully delivered by Christ's satisfaction. But because, as it is written ~( 59 3, 49 | co-operation of ~Christ's satisfaction, much lighter penalty suffices 60 3, 49 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Christ's satisfaction works its effect in us inasmuch 61 3, 62 | merit, ~but also by way of satisfaction. Likewise by His Passion 62 3, 68 | baptized?~(5) Whether works of satisfaction should be enjoined on sinners 63 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~Whether works of satisfaction should be enjoined on sinners 64 3, 68 | It seems that works of satisfaction should be enjoined on sinners ~ 65 3, 68 | judgment." But works of ~satisfaction are enjoined on sinners 66 3, 68 | Therefore it seems that works of satisfaction should be enjoined on ~sinners 67 3, 68 | Further, by means of works of satisfaction sinners recently ~converted 68 3, 68 | occasions of sin: "for satisfaction consists in extirpating 69 3, 68 | it seems that works of satisfaction should be enjoined on sinners.~ 70 3, 68 | OBJ 3: Further, man owes satisfaction to God not less than to 71 3, 68 | Consequently no kind of ~satisfaction should be enjoined on one 72 3, 68 | insufficient for the plenary satisfaction for the sins ~of those who 73 3, 68 | s neighbor, and ~to make satisfaction for wrong done to him, is 74 3, 68 | should be enjoined to make satisfaction to their neighbor, as also 75 3, 68 | and bind him to works of satisfaction, which should not be ~enjoined 76 3, 68 | of enjoining them to do satisfaction, but in order to instruct 77 3, 69 | A[5]), is a sufficient satisfaction for all the sins ~of all 78 3, 69 | had offered ~sufficient satisfaction for all his sins.~Aquin.: 79 3, 79 | enjoined ~upon a man, by way of satisfaction, to have masses said for 80 3, 79 | it was instituted not for satisfaction, but for nourishing ~spiritually 81 3, 79 | satisfactory power. Yet in ~satisfaction, the affection of the offerer 82 3, 83 | of confessing and making satisfaction ~for it: and thus he will 83 3, 84 | should be anxious to make satisfaction to his friend; faith ~requires 84 3, 84 | himself by confession and satisfaction to the keys ~of the Church, 85 3, 84 | absolves him, and makes ~satisfaction for his sins according to 86 3, 85 | its object, for it makes satisfaction to God, to ~Whom, moreover, 87 3, 85 | offender, as when he makes satisfaction, whereas retribution is 88 3, 86 | wanting, punishment makes satisfaction and raises us up." ~Therefore 89 3, 86 | Now Christ's Passion made satisfaction ~sufficient for all sins, 90 3, 87 | those things are a kind of satisfaction, ~and through the virtue 91 3, 89 | when a man has made ~proper satisfaction, he may return to his honorable 92 3, 89 | by repentance have ~made satisfaction for their sins, or have 93 3, 90 | contrition, confession, and satisfaction. Therefore Penance has ~ 94 3, 90 | contrition, confession, ~and satisfaction, as we shall show further 95 3, 90 | contrition, confession, and satisfaction are fittingly assigned ~ 96 3, 90 | contrition, confession, and satisfaction are ~not fittingly assigned 97 3, 90 | consists of ~words, and satisfaction in deeds; so that the two 98 3, 90 | no grace is conferred in satisfaction. ~Therefore satisfaction 99 3, 90 | satisfaction. ~Therefore satisfaction is not part of a sacrament.~ 100 3, 90 | the same as its part. But ~satisfaction is a fruit of penance, according 101 3, 90 | confession in word and ~satisfaction in deed should not be reckoned 102 3, 90 | minister, and this is done in satisfaction: and so contrition, ~confession, 103 3, 90 | contrition, ~confession, and satisfaction are assigned as parts of 104 3, 90 | of confessing and making satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[90] A[ 105 3, 90 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Satisfaction confers grace, in so far 106 3, 90 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Satisfaction is a part of Penance as 107 3, 90 | confession in word and ~satisfaction in deed.~Aquin.: SMT TP 108 3, 90 | confession in word, and satisfaction ~in deed are not integral 109 3, 90 | includes both confession and ~satisfaction in the purpose of amendment. 110 Suppl | Contrition; ~(2) Confession; (3) Satisfaction. The consideration about 111 Suppl, 1 | confessing them and of making satisfaction for them?~Aquin.: SMT XP 112 Suppl, 1 | confessing them and of making satisfaction ~for them," as some define 113 Suppl, 1 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, satisfaction and confession are necessary 114 Suppl, 1 | confessing and of making satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[1] 115 Suppl, 1 | confessing and of ~making satisfaction."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[ 116 Suppl, 1 | contrition, yet confession and satisfaction are still necessary, both ~ 117 Suppl, 1 | and because confession and satisfaction are a matter of ~precept: 118 Suppl, 1 | confesses not and makes ~not satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[2] 119 Suppl, 3 | united the purpose of making satisfaction. Therefore contrition should 120 Suppl, 4 | Penance, condivided with ~satisfaction. But there is no need for 121 Suppl, 4 | is no need for continual satisfaction. Therefore ~contrition for 122 Suppl, 4 | 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Satisfaction depends on the punishment 123 Suppl, 4 | there ~be no further need of satisfaction. But that punishment is 124 Suppl, 4 | satisfies for sin. But ~satisfaction derives its efficacy from 125 Suppl, 4 | properly speaking, be called satisfaction, because satisfaction demands 126 Suppl, 4 | called satisfaction, because satisfaction demands a ~meritorious work; 127 Suppl, 4 | punishment ~due may be called satisfaction.~ 128 Suppl, 5 | punishment entirely. For satisfaction and confession are ordained 129 Suppl, 5 | bound to confession and satisfaction. Therefore ~contrition is 130 Suppl, 5 | to confess ~and to make satisfaction, especially since his contrition 131 Suppl, 6 | submits, and by ~the enjoined satisfaction which the priest moderates 132 Suppl, 6 | to its conducing to the ~satisfaction for sins, because this punishment 133 Suppl, 6 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Satisfaction would not suffice for the 134 Suppl, 6 | punishment which is enjoined ~in satisfaction, but it does suffice as 135 Suppl, 6 | Confession is condivided with satisfaction and ~contrition. Now all 136 Suppl, 6 | bound to contrition and satisfaction. Therefore ~all are bound 137 Suppl, 6 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, satisfaction originates from confession. 138 Suppl, 6 | confession. But a man can ~do satisfaction for a sin which he has not 139 Suppl, 6 | commit a falsehood by making satisfaction ~for a sin which he did 140 Suppl, 7 | keys of the Church makes satisfaction for his sins, and binds 141 Suppl, 7 | manifestation of the truth - and ~satisfaction to power, on account of 142 Suppl, 8 | order that the measure of ~satisfaction should be imposed on the 143 Suppl, 8 | imposing ~the measure of satisfaction on the penitent. Therefore 144 Suppl, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In satisfaction we must consider not only 145 Suppl, 8 | absolution and imposition of ~satisfaction, but also something on the 146 Suppl, 8 | contrition and confession. Now ~satisfaction originates from the minister 147 Suppl, 8 | contrition, confession, and ~satisfaction, which are acts of the penitent, 148 Suppl, 8 | absolution, but in order to offer satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[6] 149 Suppl, 8 | the priest in enjoining satisfaction should bear them ~in mind.~ 150 Suppl, 9 | condivided with contrition and ~satisfaction. But contrition and satisfaction 151 Suppl, 9 | satisfaction. But contrition and satisfaction are impossible without ~ 152 Suppl, 9 | Reply OBJ 2: Contrition and satisfaction are offered to God: but ~ 153 Suppl, 9 | essential to contrition and ~satisfaction, but not to confession, 154 Suppl, 9 | confession is directed to satisfaction. But satisfaction ~is sometimes 155 Suppl, 9 | directed to satisfaction. But satisfaction ~is sometimes public. Therefore 156 Suppl, 9 | the penance enjoined in satisfaction does ~not give rise to scandal, 157 Suppl, 9 | scandal, since like works of satisfaction are done ~sometimes for 158 Suppl, 10| confession united thereto, and satisfaction is enjoined ~according to 159 Suppl, 10| temporal punishment ~by satisfaction. Therefore nothing of the 160 Suppl, 10| and he is able, by making satisfaction, to cleanse himself in this 161 Suppl, 10| removed before confession and satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 162 Suppl, 10| suffers tribulation chiefly in satisfaction. ~Therefore, satisfaction 163 Suppl, 10| satisfaction. ~Therefore, satisfaction rather than confession gives 164 Suppl, 10| of the priest who imposes satisfaction is awaited. ~Wherefore although 165 Suppl, 12| 12] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF SATISFACTION, AS TO ITS NATURE (THREE 166 Suppl, 12| ARTICLES)~We must now consider satisfaction; about which four things 167 Suppl, 12| means whereby man offers satisfaction to God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 168 Suppl, 12| of inquiry:~(1) Whether satisfaction is a virtue or an act of 169 Suppl, 12| Whether the definition of satisfaction contained in the text is ~ 170 Suppl, 12| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether satisfaction is a virtue or an act of 171 Suppl, 12| OBJ 1: It would seem that satisfaction is neither a virtue nor 172 Suppl, 12| meritorious; whereas, seemingly, ~satisfaction is not, since merit is gratuitous, 173 Suppl, 12| merit is gratuitous, while satisfaction ~answers to a debt. Therefore 174 Suppl, 12| answers to a debt. Therefore satisfaction is not an act of virtue.~ 175 Suppl, 12| sometimes a man ~has to make satisfaction for something against his 176 Suppl, 12| against another. Therefore ~satisfaction is not an act of virtue.~ 177 Suppl, 12| place in moral virtue." But satisfaction is not an act of ~choice 178 Suppl, 12| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Satisfaction belongs to penance. Now 179 Suppl, 12| is a ~virtue. Therefore satisfaction is also an act of virtue.~ 180 Suppl, 12| destroyed by the other. Now satisfaction destroys ~sin altogether. 181 Suppl, 12| mean implied in the name of satisfaction (for a thing is said to 182 Suppl, 12| something), it is evident ~that satisfaction also is formally an act 183 Suppl, 12| OBJ 1: Although to make satisfaction is due in itself, yet, in 184 Suppl, 12| voluntarily by the one who offers satisfaction, ~it becomes something gratuitous 185 Suppl, 12| not the agent as regards ~satisfaction, it follows that satisfaction 186 Suppl, 12| satisfaction, it follows that satisfaction should be voluntary not 187 Suppl, 12| and this is ~the case with satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 188 Suppl, 12| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether satisfaction is an act of justice?~Aquin.: 189 Suppl, 12| OBJ 1: It would seem that satisfaction is not an act of justice. 190 Suppl, 12| Because ~the purpose of satisfaction is that one may be reconciled 191 Suppl, 12| belongs to charity. ~Therefore satisfaction is an act of charity and 192 Suppl, 12| operations. Since ~therefore satisfaction aims at removing the causes 193 Suppl, 12| part. But it belongs to ~satisfaction, "to give no opening to 194 Suppl, 12| A[3]/OBJ[1]]. Therefore satisfaction is not an act of justice.~ 195 Suppl, 12| that ~which is due. But satisfaction gives due honor to God, 196 Suppl, 12| Deus Homo i). Therefore satisfaction is an act of justice.~Aquin.: 197 Suppl, 12| things. But this is done by satisfaction which establishes equality ~ 198 Suppl, 12| previous offense. Therefore satisfaction is an ~act of justice.~Aquin.: 199 Suppl, 12| since the very name of ~satisfaction implies an equation of the 200 Suppl, 12| proportion, it is evident that ~satisfaction is formally an act of justice. 201 Suppl, 12| an ~injustice. And since satisfaction expresses equality in the 202 Suppl, 12| giving ~back: but to make satisfaction clearly points to equality 203 Suppl, 12| as are unequal, wherefore satisfaction ~presupposes inequality 204 Suppl, 12| constitutes an ~offense; so that satisfaction regards a previous offense. 205 Suppl, 12| justice. This proves that satisfaction, which implies equality ~ 206 Suppl, 12| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Satisfaction, as appears from what has 207 Suppl, 12| opposed to friendship, so satisfaction brings back directly ~equality 208 Suppl, 12| directed ultimately, ~hence satisfaction is elicited by justice but 209 Suppl, 12| another's marriage ~right, so satisfaction removes the causes of other 210 Suppl, 12| Whether the definition of satisfaction given in the text is suitable?~ 211 Suppl, 12| seem that the definition of satisfaction given in the ~text (Sent. 212 Suppl, 12| unsuitable - viz. that "satisfaction ~is to uproot the causes 213 Suppl, 12| in this life. ~Therefore satisfaction does not consist in removing 214 Suppl, 12| 1~OBJ 3: Further, since satisfaction is a part of Penance, it 215 Suppl, 12| put in the definition ~of satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 216 Suppl, 12| Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 4: Further, satisfaction regards a past offense. 217 Suppl, 12| Therefore the definition of satisfaction is unsuitable.~Aquin.: SMT 218 Suppl, 12| definition (Cur Deus homo i): ~"Satisfaction consists in giving God due 219 Suppl, 12| due honor to God: whereas ~satisfaction is not compatible with innocence. 220 Suppl, 12| are medicinal." Wherefore satisfaction which is the act of ~justice 221 Suppl, 12| that when one man makes satisfaction to ~another, he offers compensation 222 Suppl, 12| the ~future. Accordingly satisfaction may be defined in two ways, 223 Suppl, 12| same, for ~he says that "satisfaction consists in giving God due 224 Suppl, 12| sin committed. Secondly, satisfaction may ~be defined, considered 225 Suppl, 12| things in the definition of satisfaction, viz. removal ~of the causes, 226 Suppl, 12| Such causes are removed by satisfaction in this ~life, albeit the " 227 Suppl, 12| not ~entirely removed by satisfaction in this life though it is 228 Suppl, 12| occasions of sin. Nor again can satisfaction be ~made without God's help, 229 Suppl, 12| and the same applies to satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[12] A[ 230 Suppl, 12| Eccl. Dogm. liv] ~defined satisfaction, as made to God, from Whom, 231 Suppl, 12| Consequently in such like satisfaction, amendment for future time 232 Suppl, 12| Hence Augustine defines ~satisfaction from this point of view. 233 Suppl, 13| OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SATISFACTION (TWO ARTICLES)~We must now 234 Suppl, 13| consider the possibility of satisfaction, under which head ~there 235 Suppl, 13| 1) Whether man can make satisfaction to God?~(2) Whether one 236 Suppl, 13| Whether one man can make satisfaction for another?~Aquin.: SMT 237 Suppl, 13| 1/1~Whether man can make satisfaction to God?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 238 Suppl, 13| seem that man cannot make satisfaction to God. For ~satisfaction 239 Suppl, 13| satisfaction to God. For ~satisfaction should balance the offense, 240 Suppl, 13| seems that he cannot make satisfaction to God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 241 Suppl, 13| owe to Him. Therefore, as satisfaction is compensation ~for a past 242 Suppl, 13| by no means can he make satisfaction for the debt resulting from 243 Suppl, 13| let ~him be anathema." But satisfaction is commanded (Lk. 3:8): " 244 Suppl, 13| it is possible to make ~satisfaction to God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 245 Suppl, 13| it is possible to make ~satisfaction to a man. Therefore it is 246 Suppl, 13| Therefore it is possible to make satisfaction to ~God.~Aquin.: SMT XP 247 Suppl, 13| 3~Further, there is due satisfaction when the punishment balances 248 Suppl, 13| sin committed. Therefore satisfaction ~can be made to God.~Aquin.: 249 Suppl, 13| for favors received, ~so satisfaction regards the debt for sin 250 Suppl, 13| is the same ~as regards satisfaction. Consequently man cannot 251 Suppl, 13| Consequently man cannot make satisfaction to God ~if "satis" [enough] 252 Suppl, 13| so does it suffice for satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[13] A[ 253 Suppl, 13| Divine majesty, so does satisfaction derive a certain ~infinity 254 Suppl, 13| it is possible to ~make satisfaction for it. But this is not 255 Suppl, 13| not to the point, since ~satisfaction does not answer to sin, 256 Suppl, 13| it is ~possible to make satisfaction for sin in virtue of Christ' 257 Suppl, 13| to give grace otherwise, satisfaction would suffice ~in the way 258 Suppl, 13| his free-will, he can make satisfaction to ~God, for though it belongs 259 Suppl, 13| impossible to make ~equivalent satisfaction to God, but not that it 260 Suppl, 13| impossible to make ~sufficient satisfaction to Him. For though man owes 261 Suppl, 13| offer something by way of satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[13] A[ 262 Suppl, 13| not be expiated by the satisfaction of a mere man.~Aquin.: SMT 263 Suppl, 13| Because merit is requisite for satisfaction. Now one man ~cannot merit 264 Suppl, 13| Therefore one man ~cannot make satisfaction for another.~Aquin.: SMT 265 Suppl, 13| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, satisfaction is condivided with contrition 266 Suppl, 13| Neither therefore can one make satisfaction for another.~Aquin.: SMT 267 Suppl, 13| therefore a man can make satisfaction for another, he satisfies 268 Suppl, 13| another ~he need not make satisfaction for his own sins.~Aquin.: 269 Suppl, 13| him who has begun to make satisfaction, and by him who is ~punished 270 Suppl, 13| against future sin, the satisfaction of one does ~not profit 271 Suppl, 13| of ~merit rather than of satisfaction. on the other hand, as regards 272 Suppl, 13| his works may avail for satisfaction. Nor is it ~necessary that 273 Suppl, 13| punishment derives its power of satisfaction chiefly ~from charity whereby 274 Suppl, 13| necessary that the one for ~whom satisfaction is made should be unable 275 Suppl, 13| should be unable to make satisfaction himself, ~for even if he 276 Suppl, 13| is no comparison between ~satisfaction and contrition and confession.~ 277 Suppl, 13| long as the other makes ~satisfaction for him: and if he do not 278 Suppl, 14| 1/1 - OF THE QUALITY OF SATISFACTION (FIVE ARTICLES) ~We must 279 Suppl, 14| consider the quality of satisfaction, under which head there ~ 280 Suppl, 14| Whether a man's previous satisfaction begins to avail when he ~ 281 Suppl, 14| one sin can be expiated by satisfaction, without another.~Aquin.: 282 Suppl, 14| Therefore God accepts ~satisfaction for one sin without the 283 Suppl, 14| text (Sent. iv, D, 15), "satisfaction ~is to uproot the causes 284 Suppl, 14| Therefore we ~can make satisfaction for one sin without satisfying 285 Suppl, 14| though fasting be a work of ~satisfaction. Now satisfaction cannot 286 Suppl, 14| work of ~satisfaction. Now satisfaction cannot be made save by works 287 Suppl, 14| conscience cannot ~make satisfaction to God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 288 Suppl, 14| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, satisfaction is a remedy for the healing 289 Suppl, 14| is not possible to make satisfaction for one sin and not for ~ 290 Suppl, 14| that it is possible to make satisfaction ~for one sin and not for 291 Suppl, 14| offense has to be removed by ~satisfaction, the mode of satisfaction 292 Suppl, 14| satisfaction, the mode of satisfaction must needs be consistent 293 Suppl, 14| friendship there ~can be no satisfaction. Since, therefore, every 294 Suppl, 14| impossible for man to make satisfaction for one sin while holding 295 Suppl, 14| neither would a man make satisfaction to another for a ~blow, 296 Suppl, 14| connected together. Consequently satisfaction cannot be made for ~one 297 Suppl, 14| offense to be removed by satisfaction, not ~only must the equality 298 Suppl, 14| charity, a man can make satisfaction for sins ~for which he was 299 Suppl, 14| Therefore a man can make satisfaction while in a state of sin.~ 300 Suppl, 14| therefore one cannot make satisfaction unless one be in ~a state 301 Suppl, 14| know whether one had made ~satisfaction, which would be unseemly.~ 302 Suppl, 14| Therefore his whole subsequent satisfaction ~will derive its efficacy 303 Suppl, 14| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, satisfaction consists in a certain equalization 304 Suppl, 14| sins" (Prov. 10:12). But ~satisfaction has the power of blotting 305 Suppl, 14| Further, the chief work of satisfaction is almsdeeds. But alms given 306 Suppl, 14| Therefore there can be no ~satisfaction with mortal sin.~Aquin.: 307 Suppl, 14| and before he has made satisfaction for ~them, he falls into 308 Suppl, 14| into sin, and then makes satisfaction, such satisfaction ~will 309 Suppl, 14| makes satisfaction, such satisfaction ~will be valid, so that 310 Suppl, 14| this cannot be, because satisfaction requires the reinstatement 311 Suppl, 14| Ethic. ix, 1,3). ~Now in satisfaction made to God, the equality 312 Suppl, 14| contrition, the works of ~satisfaction must be acceptable to God, 313 Suppl, 14| and ~repent, and so make satisfaction by giving alms.~Aquin.: 314 Suppl, 14| had charity ~when making satisfaction, or whether he has it now, 315 Suppl, 14| certain whether he made full satisfaction: wherefore it is written ~( 316 Suppl, 14| of that fear, repeat the satisfaction made, if he is not ~conscious 317 Suppl, 14| his ~punishment by that satisfaction, he does not incur the guilt 318 Suppl, 14| through neglecting to make satisfaction; even as he who receives 319 Suppl, 14| Para. 1/1~Whether previous satisfaction begins to avail after man 320 Suppl, 14| recovered charity his previous ~satisfaction begins to avail, because 321 Suppl, 14| Further, as the efficacy of satisfaction is hindered by sin, so ~ 322 Suppl, 14| insincerity ceases. Therefore satisfaction begins to avail ~when sin 323 Suppl, 14| not fulfill his duty of satisfaction by them. Therefore his previous ~ 324 Suppl, 14| works become valid unto satisfaction, through his subsequent 325 Suppl, 14| no means count towards ~satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] A[ 326 Suppl, 14| character on the soul, whereas ~satisfaction does not. Hence on the advent 327 Suppl, 14| it ~does not do this for satisfaction. Moreover Baptism confers 328 Suppl, 14| become a lifeless deed as satisfaction does, ~which is a deed of 329 Suppl, 14| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Sometimes satisfaction is such as to leave an effect 330 Suppl, 14| in the ~person who makes satisfaction, even after the act of satisfaction 331 Suppl, 14| satisfaction, even after the act of satisfaction has ~been done; thus fasting 332 Suppl, 14| need to repeat the works of satisfaction if they have been done while 333 Suppl, 14| behind. But when a work of satisfaction leaves behind ~no effect 334 Suppl, 14| in the person that does satisfaction, it needs to be repeated, ~ 335 Suppl, 15| OF THE MEANS OF MAKING SATISFACTION (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 336 Suppl, 15| consider the means of making satisfaction, under which head ~there 337 Suppl, 15| of inquiry:~(1) Whether satisfaction must be made by means of 338 Suppl, 15| 3) Whether the works of satisfaction are suitably reckoned, by 339 Suppl, 15| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether satisfaction must be made by means of 340 Suppl, 15| OBJ 1: It would seem that satisfaction need not be made by means 341 Suppl, 15| means of ~penal works. For satisfaction should make compensation 342 Suppl, 15| Tobias 3:22. Therefore satisfaction need not be made by means 343 Suppl, 15| 18. If therefore works of satisfaction need to be penal, the more 344 Suppl, 15| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, "Satisfaction," as Anselm states (Cur 345 Suppl, 15| than penal works. Therefore satisfaction needs not to be made by ~ 346 Suppl, 15| be perfectly healed by ~satisfaction. Now punishment is the remedy 347 Suppl, 15| Ethic. ii, 3). Therefore satisfaction should be made by means 348 Suppl, 15| stated above (Q[12], A[3]), satisfaction regards both ~the past offense, 349 Suppl, 15| thereby: and in both respects ~satisfaction needs to be made by means 350 Suppl, 15| made, ~something by way of satisfaction that may conduce to the 351 Suppl, 15| Reply OBJ 2: Just as, in satisfaction, we have to note the penality 352 Suppl, 15| lessen the efficacy of satisfaction, but increases it.~Aquin.: 353 Suppl, 15| Further, only the good make satisfaction. But these scourges are ~ 354 Suppl, 15| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, satisfaction regards past sins. But these 355 Suppl, 15| scourges are common to both, satisfaction is only on ~the side of 356 Suppl, 15| things are ~necessary in satisfaction. For the work needs to be 357 Suppl, 15| 1/1~Whether the works of satisfaction are suitably enumerated?~ 358 Suppl, 15| would seem that the works of satisfaction are unsuitably ~enumerated 359 Suppl, 15| and ~prayer. For a work of satisfaction should be penal. But prayer 360 Suppl, 15| reckoned among the works of satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[15] A[ 361 Suppl, 15| Therefore no other work of satisfaction is ~necessary.~Aquin.: SMT 362 Suppl, 15| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, satisfaction is necessary in order for 363 Suppl, 15| Therefore more works of satisfaction should be enumerated.~Aquin.: 364 Suppl, 15| also enjoined as works of ~satisfaction, and are not included among 365 Suppl, 15| Para. 1/3~I answer that, Satisfaction should be of such a nature 366 Suppl, 15| be suitable in so far as satisfaction uproots ~the causes of sin, 367 Suppl, 15| be suitable in so far as satisfaction does ~not open a way to 368 Suppl, 15| delightful, is not a work of satisfaction. The other is a ~prayer 369 Suppl, 15| is penal and a part of ~satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[15] A[ 370 Suppl, 15| prayer has the character ~of satisfaction, for though it be sweet 371 Suppl, 15| sins, so that they need a ~satisfaction proper to them, viz. almsdeeds.~ 372 Suppl, 15| should be punished, and that ~satisfaction should cut out the very 373 Suppl, 15| purchases other works of satisfaction thereby. ~Consequently even 374 Suppl, 15| the aforesaid works of satisfaction correspond.~Aquin.: SMT 375 Suppl, 18| absolved and dies before making satisfaction, is ~less punished in Purgatory, 376 Suppl, 18| unpunished, since Christ made satisfaction for its ~punishment.~Aquin.: 377 Suppl, 22| it is necessary to ~make satisfaction not only to God but also 378 Suppl, 25| punishment due for the ~satisfaction of sins?~(2) Whether indulgences 379 Suppl, 25| punishment due for the ~satisfaction of sins?~Aquin.: SMT XP 380 Suppl, 25| punishment due for the satisfaction of sins. Because a gloss 381 Suppl, 25| the sacraments. Since then satisfaction is a ~part of the sacrament 382 Suppl, 25| debt of ~punishment without satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 383 Suppl, 25| conducive to destruction, if satisfaction, which was intended ~for 384 Suppl, 25| punishment of a sin without any ~satisfaction, as evidenced in the case 385 Suppl, 25| have performed works of ~satisfaction exceeding the requirements 386 Suppl, 25| punishment, yet works of satisfaction are more meritorious in 387 Suppl, 26| to another and thus offer satisfaction for a third person. ~Therefore 388 Suppl, 26| as much as the works of ~satisfaction done by one person are applied 389 Suppl, 26| when one ~person offers satisfaction for another particular person; 390 Suppl, 26| and directs his works of satisfaction to the same ~intention: 391 Suppl, 26| obligation ~of fulfilling the satisfaction enjoined, to which he is 392 Suppl, 26| debt of ~punishment unless satisfaction is offered for him individually, 393 Suppl, 26| law. Now punishments in satisfaction for ~sins are fixed by law. 394 Suppl, 27| the abundance of works of ~satisfaction to be found in religious. 395 Suppl, 27| Further, one man can make satisfaction for another. Now an ~indulgence 396 Suppl, 27| of punishment, just as ~satisfaction is. Therefore one man can 397 Suppl, 27| lists, and so he can make satisfaction for whomever he ~chooses. 398 Suppl, 30| still bound to fulfill the satisfaction enjoined; nor does it take ~ 399 Suppl, 30| follow that the measure of satisfaction is ~diminished. As to the 400 Suppl, 69| on account of which their satisfaction was not yet complete. ~On 401 Suppl, 71| for ~the fulfillment of satisfaction or for some similar purpose 402 Suppl, 71| human ~justice, so that the satisfaction offered by one is accepted 403 Suppl, 71| 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the satisfaction of one who satisfies for 404 Suppl, 71| for all by one ~work of satisfaction; which is absurd.~Aquin.: 405 Suppl, 71| which is a condition of satisfaction: and in this way the ~work 406 Suppl, 71| justice: and this work ~of satisfaction can be equal to the one 407 Suppl, 71| sinners require a greater satisfaction than ~the debt of one. Secondly, 408 Suppl, 71| of suffrage as a work of satisfaction, while the ~others consider 409 Suppl, 71| intended to supplement the ~satisfaction which was not fully completed 410 Suppl, 71| can avail for another's satisfaction, whether the latter be living 411 Suppl, 71| order that the effect of his satisfaction reach the other, ~is the 412 Suppl, 71| is the thing whereby the satisfaction of one passes to another, 413 Suppl, 71| punishment undergone by way of satisfaction; although the ~punishment 414 Suppl, 71| for a living person the satisfaction ~counts only for the person 415 Suppl, 71| intention. In this way the satisfaction of one ~person counts for 416 Suppl, 71| alone ~in this way, because satisfaction, properly speaking, is directed 417 Suppl, 71| so far as suffrages are a satisfaction applied to another ~by the 418 Suppl, 71| inasmuch as they are a kind of satisfaction applied to the ~dead by 419 Suppl, 71| Suffrages considered as works of satisfaction do not profit ~after the 420 Suppl, 71| prayers are said, not that the satisfaction offered by one suffrage ~ 421 Suppl, 71| released from the whole satisfaction due for his sins, wherefore ~ 422 Suppl, 71| several Masses are enjoined in satisfaction for one sin. ~Nevertheless, 423 Suppl, 72| not in the state of making satisfaction; and ~consequently the parallel 424 Suppl, 87| He came ~in order to make satisfaction for us to the Father, He 425 Appen1, 2| punishment, as ~instanced in satisfaction, or when a man accepts a 426 Appen2, 1| dies before making due satisfaction, is punished after this


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