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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | take a bitter draught, in doing so wills nothing else than ~ 2 1, 19 | show it ~by himself, by doing something either directly, 3 1, 19 | indirectly, by not hindering the doing of a thing; for what removes 4 1, 19 | permitting it, or by actually doing it."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] 5 1, 21 | against His ~justice, but by doing something more than justice; 6 1, 23 | taught that the ~beginning of doing well came from us; and the 7 1, 25 | do, because His actual ~doing is subject to His foreknowledge 8 1, 42 | what He seeth the Father doing." But the Father can act 9 1, 46 | being changed, puts off doing what it proposes to do; 10 1, 49 | its ~own form, though by doing this it also accidentally 11 1, 49 | but God does not fail in doing what is necessary for the 12 1, 62 | but is hindered from so doing by the weight of the body; 13 1, 62 | referred to opposites, as to doing ~many things, or not doing 14 1, 62 | doing ~many things, or not doing them. But they have no tendency 15 1, 62 | angels of God upon one sinner doing penance." Such joy ~belongs 16 1, 42 | what He seeth the Father doing." But the Father can act 17 1, 47 | being changed, puts off doing what it proposes to do; 18 1, 50 | its ~own form, though by doing this it also accidentally 19 1, 50 | but God does not fail in doing what is necessary for the 20 1, 63 | but is hindered from so doing by the weight of the body; 21 1, 63 | referred to opposites, as to doing ~many things, or not doing 22 1, 63 | doing ~many things, or not doing them. But they have no tendency 23 1, 63 | angels of God upon one sinner doing penance." Such joy ~belongs 24 1, 82 | therefore we are not ~free in so doing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[83] A[ 25 1, 107 | coercing the demons, or by doing something of that ~kind, 26 1, 109 | general ~resurrection, or by doing something of that kind.~ 27 1, 112 | rejoice about one sinner doing penance, as we are told, ~ 28 1, 113 | knowledge. For even a man by doing ~what is beyond the power 29 2, 1 | even thinking of what he is doing; for instance when one moves 30 2, 7 | the washing; but that in doing so he give ~him a chill, 31 2, 10 | extends not only to the doing of something ~by the thing 32 2, 14 | the law is one reason for doing something.~Aquin.: SMT FS 33 2, 15 | appetitive movement to the doing of something, belongs to 34 2, 15 | according as we approve of doing that ~thing; but choice 35 2, 17 | powers of the soul, to the doing of an act is the will, ~ 36 2, 17 | not use a stick ~before doing something with the stick. 37 2, 19 | reason of a man willing or doing a good that is greater; 38 2, 20 | will that is rewarded for doing good, or punished for ~doing 39 2, 20 | doing good, or punished for ~doing evil." Now works are the 40 2, 21 | punishment or reward for doing as he ~chooses with that 41 2, 31 | contemplating the ~truth and in doing works of virtue. Secondly, 42 2, 32 | pleasure to us?~(6) Whether doing good to another is a cause 43 2, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether doing good to another is a cause 44 2, 32 | OBJ 1: It would seem that doing good to another is not a 45 2, 32 | 1],5; Q[31], A[1]). But doing good pertains not ~to the 46 2, 32 | illiberality to ~desist from doing good. Since therefore everyone 47 2, 32 | and x, 4, it seems that ~doing good to others is not a 48 2, 32 | Rhet. i, 11). Therefore doing ~good to others is a cause 49 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Doing good to another may give 50 2, 32 | end; as when a man, from doing good to ~another, hopes 51 2, 32 | the ~principle: and thus, doing good to another, can give 52 2, 32 | principle. One is the faculty of doing good: and in this ~regard, 53 2, 32 | good: and in this ~regard, doing good to another becomes 54 2, 32 | good, by reason of which doing good becomes connatural 55 2, 32 | And thus it is ~clear that doing good to another may be of 56 2, 32 | itself pleasant: whereas doing ~evil to another is not 57 2, 33 | we are more attentive in doing that ~which gives us pleasure, 58 2, 35 | that which all ~agree in doing, seems to be natural. Therefore 59 2, 38 | man imagines himself to be doing that which is fitting according 60 2, 40 | acquires the ~faculty of doing something easily, and the 61 2, 43 | things which occur by our own doing are not fearful. But that 62 2, 44 | Further, those who fear while doing anything, are more apt to ~ 63 2, 47 | evils; being ~hindered from doing as we like." Therefore being 64 2, 47 | i.e. hindering one from doing one's will, and "insolence": ~ 65 2, 51 | does not ~hinder God from doing what nature cannot do: but 66 2, 56 | habit perfecting it unto doing well, which ~habit is a 67 2, 57 | because it confers aptness ~in doing good; secondly, because 68 2, 57 | done." Now "making" and "doing" differ, as stated in Metaph. 69 2, 57 | and so forth; whereas "doing" is an action abiding in ~ 70 2, 58 | lions are in the habit of ~doing], they slew them": and the 71 2, 58 | perfecting man in view of ~his doing good actions, it would follow 72 2, 58 | perfecting man in view of his ~doing good deeds. Now, in man 73 2, 59 | we understand a habit of doing evil deeds, it is ~evident 74 2, 61 | confers the ~faculty of doing well, but also causes the 75 2, 61 | merely confers the faculty of doing well without causing the 76 2, 62 | he believes and loves, by doing ~good works he ends in hoping." 77 2, 65 | accustomed, are prompt ~in doing deeds of liberality, but 78 2, 65 | liberality, but are not prompt in doing deeds of ~chastity.~Aquin.: 79 2, 65 | virtue is directed to the doing of good works, perfect virtue ~ 80 2, 65 | which gives the faculty of doing a perfectly good work, and 81 2, 65 | this ~consists in not only doing what is good, but also in 82 2, 65 | what is good, but also in doing it well. Else, ~if what 83 2, 66 | since virtue is a power of doing good. Hence the brave man ~ 84 2, 68 | itself rises up to the doing of no good action": from 85 2, 68 | fear (Prov. 16:16), before doing good ~works, and which result 86 2, 70 | point of our refraining from doing harm to our neighbor ~not 87 2, 71 | sins as soon as he ceases doing what he ought. Now he who 88 2, 71 | to do, ceases continually doing what he ought. ~Therefore 89 2, 71 | for the mere fact of not ~doing what one is bound to do 90 2, 71 | else which hinders man from doing ~what he ought, whether 91 2, 71 | sin may ~arise from a man doing what he ought not, or by 92 2, 71 | ought not, or by his not doing what he ~ought; while there 93 2, 72 | commanded, and 'sins,' by doing what was forbidden." Whence ~ 94 2, 72 | precepts, ~and afterwards by doing good, to which we are induced 95 2, 72 | that "every ~vice sins by doing more than one ought, and 96 2, 73 | circumstance; for instance, by doing something when one ought 97 2, 73 | man does not forbear from ~doing, to himself or to another, 98 2, 78 | denote the intention ~of doing evil [*Alluding to the derivation 99 2, 79 | evil." Now sin ~consists in doing what is not right, and in 100 2, 80 | devil has no intention of doing in man's regard; rather 101 2, 86 | perfected ~for the purpose of doing good and fitting actions. 102 2, 89 | mortally, for through not ~doing that which is in his power 103 2, 91 | deeds: since while aiming at doing away ~with all evils, it 104 2, 95 | prevent the wicked from doing harm." But these things ~ 105 2, 100 | general, as to all men, by doing harm to none, either ~by 106 2, 100 | foot from the Sabbath, from doing thy own will in My holy ~ 107 2, 100 | precepts that forbid ~the doing of harm are binding on all 108 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 1: The mode of doing acts of justice, which falls 109 2, 100 | consists properly speaking in doing ~all things for God. But 110 2, 102 | should not lose the power of doing good works or of advancing 111 2, 102 | Tobias is commended for so doing (Tob. 1:20, seqq.). In like 112 2, 105 | that they succeed in so doing: wherefore their testimony 113 2, 107 | touch a leper; because by ~doing so, man incurred a certain 114 2, 107 | man ought to abstain from doing even works of ~kindness 115 2, 109 | prepares himself for grace by doing what is in him ~to do, since 116 2, 109 | sufficient to ensure our doing good and to keep us from ~ 117 2, 111 | properties, and that by doing certain works it ~should 118 2, 1 | opinion about what one is doing. ~Therefore, as faith perfects 119 2, 3 | not to be deterred from doing good on account ~of confusion 120 2, 10 | urgent ~necessity for so doing. But in the case of simple 121 2, 14 | which we take ~pleasure in doing, while as to other things, 122 2, 16 | its proper ~object is the doing of great things. On the 123 2, 21 | prohibition of what he must avoid doing: thus ~he is given a precept 124 2, 23 | security; ~yet with one hand doing the work, and with the other 125 2, 23 | no man loses charity by doing great things. ~Therefore 126 2, 25 | sake, ~and precisely in so doing he loves himself more as 127 2, 29 | friendship (Ethic. ~ix, 1) "doing good," i.e. being beneficent, " 128 2, 29 | Beneficence simply means doing good to someone. This good ~ 129 2, 29 | excommunicated person, since, by doing so, he would be holding 130 2, 29 | us, though not ~actually doing good to someone, to be prepared 131 2, 29 | this prevents them from doing ~evil deeds. Yet if their 132 2, 29 | is a foe. ~Therefore in doing acts of kindness we are 133 2, 30 | regards the ~motive for doing those acts. Now the motive 134 2, 30 | defect by instruction. In doing this however we should observe 135 2, 30 | fulfilling the ~commandment by so doing. This interpretation must 136 2, 30 | Christian religion consists in doing one's duty by all," and 137 2, 30 | most ~creditable way of doing this is to give alms. Therefore 138 2, 31 | awaits a suitable time for so doing, ~or because he fears lest, 139 2, 31 | would still forbear from so doing, through fear or covetousness, ~ 140 2, 31 | in order to prevent him doing such ~harm, unless by chance 141 2, 31 | man from the things he is doing."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 142 2, 31 | to ~others, because by so doing "a man would betray his 143 2, 33 | through being exasperated into doing something under ~pressure 144 2, 33 | the mind, hinders us from doing things ~that cause sorrow: 145 2, 38 | provided there be need for doing so: because ~it would be 146 2, 41 | so that if he persist in ~doing it he acts against charity.~ 147 2, 41 | denoting the intention of doing a ~special injury to one' 148 2, 41 | procuring it, to forego doing what he wishes to do. But 149 2, 41 | king took scandal from his ~doing so.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] 150 2, 42 | virtue consists not only in doing good but also in ~avoiding 151 2, 43 | said to be wise unto evil doing, ~according to Jer. 4:22: " 152 2, 47 | he be long and slow in so doing, and yet this does ~not 153 2, 51 | else if man, instead of doing what he can, were to be 154 2, 53 | turns away from God by so doing, since he cannot ~have several 155 2, 55 | which makes men capable of doing just ~actions."~Aquin.: 156 2, 56 | makes a man "capable of doing ~what is just, and of being 157 2, 56 | is said to be capable of doing just actions in accordance 158 2, 56 | but only abstains from doing him a ~harm. He does however 159 2, 56 | the end of virtue without ~doing some particular thing. The 160 2, 56 | said to be just ~through doing something aright, and because 161 2, 56 | because virtue is a faculty of doing good to ~others. For this 162 2, 57 | is called unjust through doing an unjust thing?~Aquin.: 163 2, 57 | is called unjust through doing an unjust ~thing. For habits 164 2, 57 | be ~called just through doing a just thing, and unjust 165 2, 57 | thing, and unjust through doing an ~unjust thing.~Aquin.: 166 2, 57 | man is no less capable of doing what is ~unjust than an 167 2, 57 | indirectly, and, as it were, doing materially that which is 168 2, 57 | action. Now in the ~point of doing and suffering injustice, 169 2, 57 | injustice with the intention of doing an ~injustice, and yet the 170 2, 60 | observing the right order of so doing, and ~then he is not bound 171 2, 60 | to the right ~order of so doing, and then he is bound to 172 2, 60 | others; and ~he would be doing this if he were to compensate 173 2, 60 | favor, and he would ~not be doing so if the latter were to 174 2, 60 | may excuse them from so doing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[62] A[ 175 2, 61 | would have ~to forego so doing for fear of scandal, if 176 2, 62 | involuntary ~commutations by doing an injury to one's neighbor 177 2, 62 | individual, deserves praise for ~doing what is useful for the common 178 2, 62 | sin, both because by so doing ~one does oneself a very 179 2, 62 | unintentionally, through doing something unlawful, or ~ 180 2, 63 | forcibly prevented except from doing an ~evil deed; and any man 181 2, 63 | lawfully prevent another from doing this. If, ~therefore, it 182 2, 63 | restrain a man for a time from ~doing some unlawful deed there 183 2, 63 | or fetter, ~because by so doing he hinders him from doing 184 2, 63 | doing he hinders him from doing not only evil but also good ~ 185 2, 64 | acts unlawfully if by so ~doing he hinders others from going. 186 2, 64 | shown in our wishing and doing him ~well. But theft is 187 2, 64 | But theft is a means of doing harm to our neighbor in 188 2, 64 | they use violence in so doing: but if they extort something 189 2, 65 | man is punished for not doing ~what he cannot do lawfully. 190 2, 66 | being debarred by sin from doing ~what men are under an obligation 191 2, 68 | man by preventing him from doing someone an injury, but ~ 192 2, 69 | should be debarred from doing works of ~mercy. Now it 193 2, 71 | openly, as by robbery or by doing him any kind of violence - 194 2, 71 | of it he is hindered from doing many things ~well. For this 195 2, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: For doing a virtuous deed a man deserves 196 2, 73 | on the other hand, for doing a reprehensible, ~i.e. a 197 2, 75 | provides no punishment for ~so doing, unless the excess be too 198 2, 76 | sinful to accept a ~price for doing what one is not bound to 199 2, 76 | 5). Now a usurer sins by doing an ~injury to the person 200 2, 77 | from evil is ~implied in doing good: since no one does 201 2, 77 | declining from evil and doing good are not parts of justice.~ 202 2, 77 | declining from evil and doing good" belong to the justice 203 2, 77 | the equality of justice by doing good, i.e. by rendering 204 2, 77 | extremes as evils: so ~that doing good and avoiding evil come 205 2, 77 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Doing good is the completive act 206 2, 77 | and is prevented from ~doing so. Therefore omission is 207 2, 77 | one is ~not altered by not doing a thing, no matter when 208 2, 77 | other ~virtues; and just as doing good, which is the opposite 209 2, 77 | past sin, or through not doing what she can to fulfil her 210 2, 77 | precepts, which regard the doing of good. Now ~affirmative 211 2, 77 | OBJ 2: The opposite of "doing good" is both "not doing 212 2, 77 | doing good" is both "not doing good," ~which is an omission, 213 2, 77 | which is an omission, and "doing evil," which is a transgression: 214 2, 78 | innocence" ~belongs, and "doing good," to which the six 215 2, 79 | Ep. liv, ad Furiam.], by ~doing his duty voluntarily. In 216 2, 81 | their ~own children, are doing." Therefore we ought to 217 2, 81 | pray for, because by so doing we ~confess that He is the 218 2, 81 | strain being prolonged. By so doing they make ~it sufficiently 219 2, 81 | by praying, but also by doing other good deeds: therefore 220 2, 82 | worship are employed in doing honor to men, either through ~ 221 2, 86 | that a man has a purpose of doing good, he puts his hand to ~ 222 2, 86 | outcome from a ~purpose of doing something: and a purpose 223 2, 86 | promises, he already sets about doing, although he does not ~yet 224 2, 86 | there is a necessity for doing it. But that which is ~not 225 2, 87 | things without prejudice, doing ~nothing by declining to 226 2, 88 | demon's ~help is besought in doing or learning something: for 227 2, 90 | mean of ~virtue, through doing something to whom it ought 228 2, 92 | answers in the idols, and doing things which to men seemed 229 2, 93 | demons ~for the purpose of doing or knowing something. But 230 2, 93 | while the ~third consists in doing something in order to discover 231 2, 93 | properly ~speaking, in doing something, that by observing 232 2, 95 | were not blamed for ~so doing. Therefore it is not a sin 233 2, 96 | Further, no man sins by doing what is best. Yet sometimes 234 2, 96 | falsehood, because by so doing one implies either that 235 2, 96 | contrary of that which he is doing could not be ~a matter of 236 2, 97 | violate a sacred ~thing, by so doing his behavior is contrary 237 2, 98 | or selling, but only ~of doing what is customary, and especially 238 2, 98 | ecclesiastical benefice for so doing, are not allowed to receive 239 2, 98 | dispensation, allowing him after doing penance to retain his order 240 2, 99 | Matth.), "Our Lord by so doing ~saved him from many evils, 241 2, 102 | in duty to obey others in doing good deeds, for this ~very 242 2, 102 | proceed on his own counsel in doing other ~things, so too has 243 2, 102 | lay aside the good we are doing." Now one does not lay aside 244 2, 102 | they are not blamed for ~so doing. Therefore it seems that 245 2, 104 | for instance through his doing it joyfully and readily.~ 246 2, 105 | thought to help him in ~doing good, whereas he helped 247 2, 109 | pretends to be wicked by doing good deeds, and if he do 248 2, 109 | pretend ~to be evil, by doing what is not evil in itself 249 2, 109 | do a good deed ~without doing it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] 250 2, 111 | wearing shabby clothes, or by doing something of the kind, and 251 2, 111 | and that he ~intends by so doing to make a show of some spiritual 252 2, 112 | virtue does ~not consist in doing that, but in behaving agreeably 253 2, 113 | flatters with the ~intention of doing harm: for such a man harms 254 2, 115 | nor ~does he cease from doing it. But a liberal man is 255 2, 116 | thereof man sets ~about doing many things either good 256 2, 120 | precepts, which forbid the doing of ~those injuries that 257 2, 121 | people are more earnest in doing deeds of ~fortitude on account 258 2, 122 | martyrdom is ~achieved by so doing: for Augustine says (De 259 2, 122 | but also to ~suffer for doing any good work, or for avoiding 260 2, 123 | accomplishing what ~he purposed doing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] A[ 261 2, 123 | under a certain necessity of doing a certain thing. Hence the ~ 262 2, 125 | helps this quickness in doing. Therefore daring is not 263 2, 127 | not ~that he is lacking in doing what becomes him, but because 264 2, 127 | magnanimous is intent on doing great ~deeds in every virtue, 265 2, 127 | a defect, because by so doing ~the mind seems to give 266 2, 129 | and disheartens him ~from doing evil, is not a sin. Now 267 2, 129 | good and disheartened from ~doing evil, by the desire of honor, 268 2, 129 | become to man an occasion of ~doing many evil things, as when 269 2, 130 | obtain it, forbears not from doing even that which is against 270 2, 131 | he has, to be worthy of doing certain great ~things that 271 2, 132 | would seem to consist in doing something great. But it 272 2, 132 | magnificence be taken to denote the doing of something ~great, the 273 2, 132 | of something ~great, the doing [factio] being understood 274 2, 132 | magnificence take its name from doing something ~great, the doing [ 275 2, 132 | doing something ~great, the doing [facere] being understood 276 2, 132 | genus of that virtue, if "doing" [facere] be taken in the 277 2, 132 | to do something ~great, "doing" [facere] being taken in 278 2, 132 | tend ~with the mind to the doing of great things. Hence Tully 279 2, 132 | magnificence to ~intend doing some great work. Now for 280 2, 132 | great work. Now for the doing of a great work, ~proportionate 281 2, 133 | ARTICLES) [*"Parvificentia," or doing mean things, just as "magnificentia" 282 2, 133 | just as "magnificentia" is doing great things.]~We must now 283 2, 135 | grace. On the other hand, by doing ~good he does not make himself 284 2, 137 | mind is ~required both in doing good and in enduring evil, 285 2, 142 | shamefacedness is fear of doing ~a disgraceful deed or of 286 2, 142 | another way a man while ~doing a disgraceful deed avoids 287 2, 142 | presumptuous or hypocritical for doing virtuous ~deeds.~Aquin.: 288 2, 145 | kept by all in common. In doing this ~the Church does not 289 2, 145 | making long stages, or of doing much work, ~either for one' 290 2, 148 | inasmuch as it was through doing ~something unlawful that 291 2, 150 | fulfilled by one person doing this, ~and another doing 292 2, 150 | doing this, ~and another doing that. Accordingly the precept 293 2, 151 | a man is hindered ~from doing what his reason ordered 294 2, 152 | and crime." Therefore by doing these things a ~man is guilty 295 2, 152 | autem. xxxii, qu. 1]. By so doing a man is guilty of a twofold 296 2, 153 | and contain oneself from doing it. Therefore ~continence 297 2, 154 | man, since he knows he is doing wrong, and does wrong ~notwithstanding: 298 2, 154 | intemperate man that he is doing ~well, so that it were good 299 2, 156 | neighbor, with the intent of doing him a wrong. - But, according 300 2, 156 | by blaspheming God or by doing injury ~to their neighbor.~ 301 2, 160 | From the things that he is doing, and may deliver ~him from 302 2, 160 | third ~species, since by so doing a man ascribes to himself 303 2, 160 | whereby a man delights in doing ~freely whatever he will. 304 2, 165 | the same, imagine they are doing ~something great, if with 305 2, 165 | intelligence, since by so doing men easily fall into error: 306 2, 166 | answered that if he continued doing ~it, the bow would break. 307 2, 167 | signifies something by so doing, or ~is guilty of sin, inasmuch 308 2, 182 | though He said: ~"By so doing thou shalt accomplish this 309 2, 183 | office, or to be worthy of doing ~them; so that the object 310 2, 183 | to obey his superior by doing what is ~unlawful, as appears 311 2, 183 | power of giving orders and doing like things that pertain 312 2, 184 | there be no contempt of doing better things, ~which contempt 313 2, 184 | himself under the necessity of doing for God's sake certain things 314 2, 185 | living on ~alms without doing any manual work, as well 315 2, 185 | should aim especially at doing works of ~penance. Now in 316 2, 186 | worldly soldiering after doing penance." Therefore it is ~ 317 2, 186 | should not be praised for doing this, were it not ~that 318 2, 186 | perfection, inasmuch as by doing away with riches we remove 319 2, 186 | Antony shows the danger of so doing, in the Conferences of ~ 320 2, 186 | hidden place, and to be doing no good to ~any man. Therefore 321 2, 187 | enter at all, because by so doing one disposes oneself ~to 322 2, 187 | person leaving, since in doing ~so, he has done what was 323 2, 187 | one has, or whether ~by so doing one may be able to attain 324 2, 187 | whether that which one is doing amounts to the ~renunciation 325 3, 2 | will of God ~gratuitously doing something or reputing anything 326 3, 6 | understand the will of God doing or bestowing something gratis, ~ 327 3, 7 | made, He had the power of ~doing all things well. Therefore 328 3, 7 | God, He had the power of doing ~all things well by the 329 3, 7 | knowledge, and to be mighty in doing wonderful ~works and the 330 3, 15 | was nowise ~hindered in doing what was right. Hence Jerome 331 3, 18 | will of one regards the doing of something with reference 332 3, 18 | another regards the not doing the same ~with reference 333 3, 25 | all. For we should avoid doing what may be the occasion 334 3, 27 | it causes a difficulty in doing good, but was taken ~away 335 3, 28 | Christ excelled man in doing that which is ~proper to 336 3, 29 | by the Divine power from ~doing. Thus it may be that by 337 3, 31 | true man? And whilst He is doing all things ~wondrously, 338 3, 36 | true ~man? And while He is doing all things wondrously, would 339 3, 38 | avowed their purpose of doing penance. The other is the 340 3, 40 | of three ~reasons for His doing this. First, for the rest 341 3, 41 | saying that "Christ in doing this set forth the mystery 342 3, 42 | which they ~marvel at His doing according to those same 343 3, 43 | any one of them, by His doing he did it; whereas these ~ 344 3, 43 | works He did, not by their doing, but by Himself."~Aquin.: 345 3, 43 | perhaps, those which He was doing at that hour: now at that 346 3, 45 | Christ excelled man in doing that which is proper to 347 3, 47 | who know not what they are doing, as having the zeal of ~ 348 3, 49 | 1: The holy Fathers, by doing works of justice, merited 349 3, 55 | to have been of Satan's doing, lest Jesus might be recognized." ~ 350 3, 57 | the Ascension: "It was our doing that the Son of man hung 351 3, 57 | cross; ~but it was His own doing that He ascended."~Aquin.: 352 3, 59 | of God upon ~one sinner doing penance": and furthermore 353 3, 60 | the heart, but by the word doing it, not because it is spoken, ~ 354 3, 64 | as a minister of God, by doing works of charity, if he 355 3, 64 | sacrament, but he sins in so doing. He also sins that receives 356 3, 67 | without any urgency for so doing. ~there would be no need 357 3, 69 | experiences difficulty in doing good, in which the act of 358 3, 69 | Reply OBJ 3: Difficulty in doing good and proneness to evil 359 3, 72 | rest of the believers, as doing that which ~gives edification 360 3, 72 | have been baptized. Yet in doing this we followed the ancient ~ 361 3, 79 | forgiveness of sin without doing or receiving anything himself, 362 3, 80 | because the priest by so doing, so far as he is ~concerned, 363 3, 81 | might ~have an example for doing the like, and lest Judas 364 3, 82 | act wrongly, and sin by doing so; ~and in consequence 365 3, 82 | on the ~contrary, by so doing we are giving them honor ( 366 3, 83 | a church or altar man's doing only, since it has a ~spiritual 367 3, 83 | And on those days ~the one doing penance ought to fast, and 368 3, 84 | of which is unknown]: "In doing penance ~grief should be 369 3, 84 | continually, ~both by never doing anything contrary to penance, 370 3, 84 | Therefore ~whosoever sin after doing penance, cannot do penance 371 3, 84 | they would not think of doing penance over ~again, since 372 3, 84 | a penitent, who, ~"while doing penance," does what he repents 373 3, 86 | viii) "a vicious man by ~doing good works will make but 374 3, 88 | that he who sins after doing penance incurs a debt of 375 3, 88 | ingratitude in two ways: first by doing something against the ~favor 376 3, 88 | guilty of ingratitude, by doing ~something not only against 377 3, 89 | penitent ~finds difficulty in doing deeds of virtue. Nevertheless, 378 3, 89 | Church forbids anyone, after doing penance for a ~crime, to 379 3, 89 | among his many evil ~deeds, doing that which is right, God 380 Suppl, 6 | and Cain ~are blamed for doing. But confession made voluntarily 381 Suppl, 6 | is a mortal sin to omit doing what a commandment bids 382 Suppl, 6 | the will does not defer doing ~what it wills to do, except 383 Suppl, 8 | law of the Church by so doing, because the precepts ~of 384 Suppl, 11| an urgent reason for so doing. But it seems that ~the 385 Suppl, 18| fix the length of time for doing penance so precisely ~as 386 Suppl, 19| because they sin ~in so doing, except in the case of Baptism, 387 Suppl, 19| valid, though they sin in ~doing so. Therefore neither can 388 Suppl, 19| disobeys ~the Church in so doing. Therefore he cannot be 389 Suppl, 20| punishment, since even after doing penance for ~murder, a man 390 Suppl, 21| to be excommunicated for doing such an injury. ~Therefore 391 Suppl, 24| and ~is denounced for so doing; the third is of the man 392 Suppl, 27| gain an indulgence without doing that for which the ~indulgence 393 Suppl, 28| to higher orders, after ~doing solemn penance. Therefore 394 Suppl, 28| dignity. Hence women after doing penance for fornication 395 Suppl, 28| In ~like manner, after doing public penance, a sinner 396 Suppl, 28| publicity of the sin. Now, after doing penance, a person may commit 397 Suppl, 28| he is not precluded from doing penance, but a ~solemn penance 398 Suppl, 28| put aside her hair when doing ~penance, as it is for a 399 Suppl, 30| cannot avoid them after doing ~penance, does not cancel 400 Suppl, 37| respective offices and by doing something to them, so that 401 Suppl, 43| involves the ~obligation of doing penance for the broken promise - 402 Suppl, 56| sacrament or the intention of so doing [*See next Article, ad 3]: 403 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: By doing penance the adulterer does 404 Suppl, 64| right ~to ask again, and in doing so she behaves as a harlot 405 Suppl, 65| immoderately, ~although by doing so a man uses his own property 406 Suppl, 71| the unclean, because by so doing he would act counter to ~ 407 Suppl, 71| of God upon one ~sinner doing penance." Therefore the 408 Suppl, 71| with greater glory by so doing; and if ~he be a sinner 409 Suppl, 71| them to the poor, or as doing this in reverence of God. 410 Suppl, 71| holy places, since by so doing they commend their dead 411 Suppl, 72| their own children, are doing." This is ~taken from Augustine ( 412 Suppl, 72| to do a thing if, without doing it, ~the purpose for which 413 Suppl, 72| wonder at the ~Divine power doing such things, in so far as 414 Suppl, 79| activities, the Divine power so doing for the preservation of 415 Suppl, 79| or to contemplating or doing anything else will nowise 416 Suppl, 86| considered equivalent to doing it. ~Wherefore those who 417 Suppl, 91| their ~own children, are doing" [*St. Augustine, De cura 418 Suppl, 92| human ~nature, and by so doing became conformed to all


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