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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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guilt

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1 1, 23 | eternal punishment. But guilt proceeds from the free-will 2 1, 23 | rightly imputed to him as guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 3 1, 63 | or at least not ~before guilt. Therefore the angels can 4 1, 63 | first of all by ~actual guilt, and secondly by affection. 5 1, 63 | secondly by affection. As to guilt, all sins are in the ~demons; 6 1, 63 | men to sin they incur the guilt of all sins. But ~as to 7 1, 64 | or at least not ~before guilt. Therefore the angels can 8 1, 64 | first of all by ~actual guilt, and secondly by affection. 9 1, 64 | secondly by affection. As to guilt, all sins are in the ~demons; 10 1, 64 | men to sin they incur the guilt of all sins. But ~as to 11 1, 94 | unhappiness; because ~sorrow, guilt, and unhappiness are incompatible 12 1, 96 | as ~regards remission of guilt and the merit of glory; 13 2, 18 | merit or demerit, sin and guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[18] Out. 14 2, 21 | takes away or diminishes ~guilt. Therefore a human action 15 2, 21 | human action does not incur guilt from being evil.~Aquin.: 16 2, 21 | actions, ~evil, sin and guilt are one and the same thing.~ 17 2, 21 | takes away nor diminishes guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] A[ 18 2, 39 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Guilt is a greater evil than punishment, 19 2, 39 | changeable things is an evil of guilt. For ~Augustine says (De 20 2, 73 | carnal sins are of less guilt than spiritual sins?~Aquin.: 21 2, 73 | carnal sins are not of less guilt than ~spiritual sins. Because 22 2, 73 | carnal sins are of greater guilt than spiritual sins.~Aquin.: 23 2, 73 | carnal sins are ~of most guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 24 2, 73 | carnal sins are ~of less guilt, but of more shame than 25 2, 73 | Spiritual sins are of greater guilt than carnal sins: yet ~this 26 2, 73 | spiritual sin is of greater guilt than each ~carnal sin; but 27 2, 73 | something, whence the notion of guilt arises; and for this reason ~ 28 2, 73 | reason ~it involves greater guilt. A second reason may be 29 2, 73 | as such, are of greater guilt. A ~third reason may be 30 2, 73 | as such, are of greater guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 31 2, 75 | to sin, ~and the evil of guilt is the same as sin. Therefore 32 2, 75 | whether of punishment or of guilt, before it is applied ~to 33 2, 75 | Nevertheless the character of ~guilt is lessened, since this 34 2, 76 | original sin, pass as to guilt, yet remain in act. Now ~ 35 2, 76 | remains in act, all its guilt ~being removed by repentance. 36 2, 76 | OBJ 4: Although when the guilt has passed away through 37 2, 81 | endeavored to show how the guilt of the parent's soul can 38 2, 81 | not the subject of the guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 39 2, 81 | to exclude the notion of guilt, which is ~essentially something 40 2, 81 | unless he share in his ~guilt. It is thus in the case 41 2, 81 | case before us: because guilt is transmitted by ~the way 42 2, 81 | his first parent in his guilt, through the ~fact that 43 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the guilt is not actually in the semen, 44 2, 81 | virtually accompanied by that guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 45 2, 81 | disinherited. Therefore the guilt of nearer ancestors is also ~ 46 2, 81 | unless they share in their guilt, either in ~their origin, 47 2, 81 | away by Baptism as to the guilt, in ~so far as the soul 48 2, 82 | Concupiscence is the ~guilt of original sin."~Aquin.: 49 2, 82 | sin takes the nature of guilt; for relations cannot be 50 2, 83 | in any way ~share in that guilt, either as its subject or 51 2, 83 | not bear the ~character of guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 52 2, 83 | soul can be the subject of guilt, while the ~flesh, of itself, 53 2, 83 | cannot be the subject of guilt; whatever accrues to the ~ 54 2, 83 | sin, has the character of guilt, ~while whatever accrues 55 2, 83 | has the character, not of guilt but ~of punishment: so that, 56 2, 83 | who is delivered from guilt, but is still liable to 57 2, 83 | flesh is the subject, not of guilt, but of punishment.~Aquin.: 58 2, 83 | the soul is infected by guilt, except in so ~far as it 59 2, 83 | i). But the infection of guilt is first of all in the ~ 60 2, 85 | more of the character of guilt than ~original sin has. 61 2, 87 | derives the character of guilt. Whereas punishment is essentially ~ 62 2, 87 | act of sin has ceased, the guilt remains; because the act 63 2, 88 | something diminishing its guilt, e.g. a sin committed through 64 2, 89 | entirely excused from the guilt of venial or mortal sin. 65 2, 99 | righteousness and the punishment of guilt ~cannot be that which befalls 66 2, 102 | since all corruption of guilt and punishment ~comes to 67 2, 109 | act and abiding in its ~guilt, as stated above (Q[87], 68 2, 109 | above (A[6]). So, too, the guilt of eternal punishment can 69 2, 113 | required for the remission of guilt, ~i.e. for the justification 70 2, 113 | that for the remission of guilt, which is the ~justification 71 2, 113 | immediate. Now the state of guilt and the state of ~grace 72 2, 113 | man has neither grace nor guilt. Hence a man may be ~pardoned 73 2, 113 | man may be ~pardoned his guilt without his being brought 74 2, 113 | Further, the remission of guilt consists in the Divine ~ 75 2, 113 | required for the remission of guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 76 2, 113 | conceive ~the remission of guilt, without the infusion of 77 2, 113 | without grace and without guilt, yet that he is without 78 2, 113 | yet that he is without guilt after ~sinning can only 79 2, 113 | of sin passes, but the ~guilt remains, as stated above ( 80 2, 113 | does not cease to have the guilt, hence ~he may have the 81 2, 113 | hence ~he may have the guilt of both sins at once. For 82 2, 113 | God, wherein sin has its ~guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 83 2, 113 | by the difference between guilt, which is taken ~away, and 84 2, 10 | from the point of ~view of guilt; since, as stated above ( 85 2, 10 | unbelief has the character ~of guilt, from its resisting faith 86 2, 13 | understood to refer to the guilt: thus a disease ~is said 87 2, 14 | punishment differs from guilt. But blindness of mind is ~ 88 2, 18 | as the active cause ~of guilt, but rather as the term 89 2, 18 | shrinks to be separated by ~guilt. Consequently the identity 90 2, 19 | Further, to prefer one's own guilt to God's mercy and goodness, ~ 91 2, 19 | despairs, prefers his own guilt to the Divine mercy ~and 92 2, 24 | sinner: his nature ~and his guilt. According to his nature, 93 2, 24 | On the other hand their guilt is opposed to God, and is 94 2, 24 | Wherefore, in respect of their guilt whereby they are opposed ~ 95 2, 29 | there are two things, his guilt and his nature. ~Accordingly 96 2, 32 | not have the ~character of guilt, were it not voluntary. 97 2, 32 | voluntary. Hence the nature of guilt ~consists in a voluntary 98 2, 50 | xvii, 12): "When either the guilt ~or the righteousness of 99 2, 62 | Therefore one incurs the guilt of murder ~through killing 100 2, 62 | penalty is not due ~save for guilt. Therefore he who kills 101 2, 62 | man by chance, incurs the guilt ~of murder.~Aquin.: SMT 102 2, 64 | in comparison ~with the guilt of adultery, which is punished 103 2, 65 | can by no means deny his guilt (as in the case of notorious ~ 104 2, 67 | you should lay bare your guilt publicly, ~nor accuse yourself 105 2, 67 | court, he would lay bare his guilt and be his own accuser. ~ 106 2, 67 | in order to cover one's guilt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 107 2, 67 | does not lay bare his own guilt, but his guilt is unmasked ~ 108 2, 67 | bare his own guilt, but his guilt is unmasked ~by another, 109 2, 67 | in court by denying his guilt, acts both ~against the 110 2, 67 | wont by lying to deny their guilt when they have ~been found 111 2, 67 | certain ~indications of his guilt have already been discovered, 112 2, 67 | discovered, or again when his ~guilt is already more or less 113 2, 70 | there is the fault of ~guilt, which is exposed by "reviling" 114 2, 70 | there is the fault ~of both guilt and punishment, which is 115 2, 74 | the devil both nature and guilt must be considered. His ~ 116 2, 74 | On ~the other hand his guilt is deserving of being cursed, 117 2, 74 | devil on account of his guilt, for the same reason he 118 2, 74 | competent subjects either of ~guilt or of punishment. Therefore 119 2, 76 | be a participator in his ~guilt. If, on the other hand, 120 2, 91 | too does a man incur the guilt of falsehood who, on the 121 2, 92 | either nature, virtue, or guilt. But the ~cause of idolatry 122 2, 92 | could it be on the part of guilt, because, according to Wis. 123 2, 92 | above; and this pertains to guilt. ~Again, idolatry is stated 124 2, 98 | he would not escape the guilt of ~simony.~Aquin.: SMT 125 2, 98 | as a man contracts ~the guilt of simony by accepting money 126 2, 105 | extent of incurring the guilt of perfect ingratitude: 127 2, 131 | strictly, ~without doubt their guilt is proportionate to the 128 2, 146 | gravity of gluttony, ~the guilt of which is nevertheless 129 2, 148 | xxii, 44) that ~"Lot's guilt is to be measured, not by 130 2, 160 | virtuous deeds, so that its guilt is less ~perceptible. on 131 2, 161 | punishment is proportionate to guilt. Now the sin of our ~first 132 2, 161 | Punishment corresponds to guilt. Now the woman was more ~ 133 2, 183 | they commit and incur the guilt of sacrilege." Wherefore 134 2, 185 | they commit ~and incur the guilt of sacrilege, and by the 135 2, 187 | furthermore they incurred the guilt of Jewish ~perfidy; and 136 3, 15 | from the ~necessity of the guilt of sin. Now this necessity 137 3, 26 | the soul to ~contract the guilt of original sin . . . . . 138 3, 26 | body lies (not under the guilt, but) under the effects 139 3, 26 | the soul to contract the guilt of original sin . . . . . 140 3, 26 | His body lay under neither guilt nor effects of original 141 3, 26 | not be infected with the guilt of ~original sin, because 142 3, 26 | her from ~contracting the guilt of original sin.~Aquin.: 143 3, 27 | she was not freed from the guilt to ~which the whole nature 144 3, 46 | might be made to share their guilt. But it did not happen ~ 145 3, 47 | ignorance does not excuse from guilt, but seems, ~rather, to 146 3, 48 | surpassed the murderous ~guilt of those who crucified Him: 147 3, 48 | and of the ~devil. Through guilt he had offended God, and 148 3, 48 | servant on ~account of his guilt, but rather, by withdrawing 149 3, 48 | freed from the servitude of guilt, ~it acts by way of redemption: 150 3, 49 | human race, both as to its guilt and as to the debt of ~punishment, 151 3, 49 | barrier arising ~from the guilt of the whole human race: 152 3, 52 | delivered us from both guilt and penalty by His Passion 153 3, 52 | and not for ~an evil of guilt. Hence it was becoming that 154 3, 52 | quitting hell, through the ~guilt of our first parent's sin; 155 3, 53 | it ~we were loosed from guilt and punishment, as is clear 156 3, 54 | blood, but, either for the guilt of flesh and blood, as Gregory ~ 157 3, 56 | cause of the forgiveness of guilt, by which forgiveness we ~ 158 3, 62 | transitory ~whereas their guilt remains, man is provided 159 3, 62 | transitory in act, but endure in guilt; and, further, to perfect ~ 160 3, 65 | twofold, punishment and guilt. Therefore two ~sacraments 161 3, 65 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Guilt and punishment are diversified 162 3, 65 | there are various species of guilt and punishment, ~and according 163 3, 66 | s mercy surpasses man's guilt.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 164 3, 67 | a full remission both of guilt and of ~its punishment. 165 3, 68 | unless he be free from all ~guilt and debt of punishment. 166 3, 68 | the full deliverance from guilt and punishment. Suppose, 167 3, 69 | ordained of ~God']." But guilt is not set in order save 168 3, 69 | signifies the washing away of guilt.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 169 3, 69 | Baptism takes away the guilt of both original and actual ~ 170 3, 69 | sin. Now it takes away the guilt of actual sin in such a 171 3, 69 | away from man forthwith the guilt of ~original sin and the 172 3, 69 | cleansing of the soul from guilt, and not the fashioning 173 3, 69 | signifies the ~washing away of guilt, and by its refreshment 174 3, 69 | therein. Now this obstacle ~is guilt and the debt of punishment. 175 3, 69 | above (AA[1]~,2) that all guilt and also all debt of punishment 176 3, 69 | of Baptism is to remove guilt. But in some it takes away 177 3, 69 | Baptism takes away all guilt, and all debt of ~punishment 178 3, 70 | from the elect, not only ~guilt but also all penalties, 179 3, 70 | this is impossible, since guilt is ~not remitted except 180 3, 70 | which is the remission of guilt, but not as to its positive ~ 181 3, 71 | least on account of the guilt ~of original sin.~Aquin.: 182 3, 72 | remission of ~sins, both as to guilt and as to punishment, whereas 183 3, 79 | some time be without all guilt of venial sin: but that 184 3, 79 | forgiveness, not only of ~guilt but also of punishment, 185 3, 79 | remission of punishment and guilt: not so the Eucharist, because 186 3, 80 | 4: Although the stain of guilt be taken away by contrition 187 3, 82 | having acknowledged his guilt in legal form, or from it 188 3, 82 | impossible ~to conceal his guilt by any subterfuge.~Aquin.: 189 3, 84 | of all ~sins, both as to guilt and as to punishment, and 190 3, 84 | punishment, but as regards the guilt ~connected with it.~Aquin.: 191 3, 84 | remission of sin both as to guilt and as to punishment; and ~ 192 3, 86 | Whether Penance takes away the guilt while the debt remains?~( 193 3, 86 | displease them as to its guilt, but only as to the punishment ~ 194 3, 86 | the forgiveness of ~the guilt, but to the cessation from 195 3, 86 | punishment remains after the guilt has been forgiven ~through 196 3, 86 | punishment remains after the guilt ~has been forgiven through 197 3, 86 | effect is removed. But the guilt is the cause of the debt 198 3, 86 | incurs at the ~same time guilt and the debt of punishment. 199 3, 86 | the ~gift of grace, is the guilt forgiven and at the same 200 3, 86 | Therefore ~after the guilt has been pardoned, no debt 201 3, 86 | punishment remains after the guilt has been ~forgiven.~Aquin.: 202 3, 86 | because the disorder of guilt is ~not brought back to 203 3, 86 | punishment. Consequently when guilt is pardoned through grace, 204 3, 86 | Consequently the ~forgiveness of guilt and of the debt of eternal 205 3, 86 | so too, the remission of ~guilt and of eternal punishment 206 3, 86 | Penance, by which act the guilt is remitted, but only when ~ 207 3, 86 | sin to ~remain when the guilt has been pardoned.~Aquin.: 208 3, 86 | away by the remission of guilt, ~which is a work of God.~ 209 3, 86 | said above ~(A[4]) that the guilt of mortal sin is pardoned 210 3, 86 | no reason why, after the guilt has been forgiven, the ~ 211 3, 86 | spiritual health, not only the ~guilt being pardoned, but all 212 3, 86 | sometimes first ~pardons the guilt by operating grace, and 213 3, 86 | Whether the forgiveness of guilt is an effect of Penance?~ 214 3, 86 | that the forgiveness of guilt is not an effect of ~penance 215 3, 86 | towards ~the remission of guilt, since this is an effect 216 3, 86 | Therefore the forgiveness of guilt is not an effect of penance 217 3, 87 | taken away as ~regards the guilt, both because those things 218 3, 87 | of each one, the whole ~guilt of punishment is taken away, 219 3, 88 | words Bede means that the guilt already forgiven ~enslaves 220 3, 88 | as to the pardon of the guilt, since ~this is the work 221 3, 89 | the act but remain as to ~guilt, so deeds done in charity, 222 Suppl, 1 | previously lifeless, while guilt remained, ~receives perfection 223 Suppl, 2 | not include the notion of guilt, and sometimes denotes a ~ 224 Suppl, 2 | complete, and no further guilt accrued ~to it when the 225 Suppl, 4 | neither ~disposition, nor guilt, nor any debt of punishment. 226 Suppl, 4 | absolves a man from eternal guilt and ~punishment, He binds 227 Suppl, 4 | been taken away as to its guilt, there is no further motive ~ 228 Suppl, 4 | sorrow, which is for the ~guilt, not only as being something 229 Suppl, 4 | great as to blot out both guilt and ~punishment. If therefore 230 Suppl, 5 | from both punishment and guilt by ~means of external actions; 231 Suppl, 5 | not only the removal of guilt, but ~also the remission 232 Suppl, 5 | for the remission of both guilt and punishment.~Aquin.: 233 Suppl, 5 | remission of both punishment and guilt: wherefore he is bound to 234 Suppl, 5 | for the remission of both guilt and punishment.~Aquin.: 235 Suppl, 9 | the total quantity of his guilt, and refer him to the superior ~ 236 Suppl, 10| sufficiently ~blots out guilt. Therefore confession does 237 Suppl, 10| confession does not blot out guilt, but ~one guilt is changed 238 Suppl, 10| blot out guilt, but ~one guilt is changed into another.~ 239 Suppl, 10| But ~Penance deliver from guilt. Therefore confession does 240 Suppl, 10| absolution granted remits guilt, even as Baptism does. Now 241 Suppl, 10| delivered the penitent from guilt through ~being previously 242 Suppl, 10| venial does not designate guilt, but punishment ~that is 243 Suppl, 10| does not follow that one guilt is ~changed into another 244 Suppl, 10| confession is that man's past ~guilt is pardoned.~Aquin.: SMT 245 Suppl, 10| punishment, as also from the guilt. Now this punishment is ~ 246 Suppl, 10| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Guilt and the debt of punishment 247 Suppl, 10| contrition which blots out guilt: so that confession is ~ 248 Suppl, 10| been blotted out as to the guilt, either in ~a general way ( 249 Suppl, 13| punishment due to sin after the ~guilt has been forgiven is not 250 Suppl, 13| is ordained against the guilt which affects a ~man's disposition 251 Suppl, 13| one man is not freed ~from guilt by another's contrition. 252 Suppl, 14| certain equalization of ~guilt to punishment. But these 253 Suppl, 14| satisfaction, he does not incur the guilt of omission ~through neglecting 254 Suppl, 14| guilty, ~does not incur the guilt of receiving unworthily.~ 255 Suppl, 14| answer to the measure of guilt. But works done without 256 Suppl, 14| diminish the measure of guilt. Neither, therefore, do 257 Suppl, 14| unless he be absolved from guilt, (for an effect is not diminished 258 Suppl, 14| unable to remove or diminish guilt. Secondly, so that the demerit 259 Suppl, 14| according to the measure of guilt, wherefore if guilt is not 260 Suppl, 14| measure of guilt, wherefore if guilt is not removed, ~neither 261 Suppl, 14| of fire is equal to the guilt, so also is the ~pain of 262 Suppl, 15| scourges always regard past guilt, not always the ~guilt of 263 Suppl, 15| past guilt, not always the ~guilt of the person, but sometimes 264 Suppl, 15| person, but sometimes the guilt of nature. For had there 265 Suppl, 15| For had there not ~been guilt in human nature, there would 266 Suppl, 15| no punishment. But ~since guilt preceded in nature, punishment 267 Suppl, 18| extends to the remission of guilt?~(2) Whether a priest can 268 Suppl, 18| extends to the remission of guilt? [*St. ~Thomas here follows 269 Suppl, 18| extends to the remission ~of guilt. For it was said to the 270 Suppl, 18| over the remission of the guilt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 271 Suppl, 18| but on the part of the guilt, it seems that the priest ~ 272 Suppl, 18| remitted sins as to the guilt, he would ~co-operate with 273 Suppl, 18| extend to the remission of guilt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 274 Suppl, 18| he remit sins as to their guilt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 275 Suppl, 18| directly ordained against guilt, which is not the case in 276 Suppl, 18| grace of ~the remission of guilt is bestowed through the 277 Suppl, 18| operates unto the remission of guilt, either ~through being desired 278 Suppl, 18| to the grace whereby his guilt is ~remitted, so is it with 279 Suppl, 18| God alone ~directly remits guilt, and Baptism acts through 280 Suppl, 18| manner, to the remission of guilt, ~not as causing that remission, 281 Suppl, 18| ordained to the remission of guilt, but ~only to the remission 282 Suppl, 18| not to the ~remission of guilt, but against punishment. 283 Suppl, 18| ordained unto the remission of guilt, because the use of ~the 284 Suppl, 18| effect in the remission of guilt when the ~sacrament is conferred. 285 Suppl, 18| and there the remission of guilt, and by co-operating ~towards 286 Suppl, 18| recipient to be absolved from guilt, because in ~speaking of 287 Suppl, 18| to the remission ~of his guilt, from the fact that the 288 Suppl, 18| from the fact that the guilt is already remitted, even 289 Suppl, 18| grace, or the remission of guilt, ~directly, but only dispositively [* 290 Suppl, 18| effect the ~remission of guilt directly, and this is to 291 Suppl, 18| remit sin either as to the guilt [*St. Thomas ~here follows 292 Suppl, 18| of his sins as ~to their guilt, through faith and contrition, 293 Suppl, 18| of his sins as to their ~guilt, and consequently as to 294 Suppl, 18| remitted together with the guilt) by virtue of the keys which 295 Suppl, 18| which remained after the ~guilt had been forgiven. However, 296 Suppl, 18| operation ~extends both to guilt and to punishment; to the 297 Suppl, 18| and to punishment; to the guilt indeed, so as to ~loose 298 Suppl, 18| ordained to the remission of guilt, in ~the way mentioned above ( 299 Suppl, 18| exercises no ~operation on the guilt; (unless he be said to bind 300 Suppl, 19| spiritual grace is hindered by guilt more than by ~punishment. 301 Suppl, 19| the keys on ~account of guilt, it seems that he does not 302 Suppl, 20| man from all defects of guilt, but not ~from all defects 303 Suppl, 24| cannot absolve him from his guilt, unless he be ~first absolved 304 Suppl, 25| punishment due for another's guilt, ~as explained above.~Aquin.: 305 Suppl, 25| the removal of a ~man's guilt, an effect which is not 306 Suppl, 27| who is not yet ~freed from guilt. For he who has not yet 307 Suppl, 27| operation ~unto the remission of guilt, cannot receive the remission 308 Suppl, 30| removes it as far as the ~guilt is concerned, provided there 309 Suppl, 30| forgiven him," viz. as to the ~guilt. Because it does not always 310 Suppl, 30| during this ~life as to their guilt, and that we cannot avoid 311 Suppl, 30| consequently, even as to ~its guilt, if it find it.~Aquin.: 312 Suppl, 41| is a shamefulness not of guilt, but of punishment ~inflicted 313 Suppl, 52| punishment to be inflicted for ~guilt, and that no one should 314 Suppl, 52| circumstances of person and ~guilt belongs to positive law. 315 Suppl, 53| to the definite degree of guilt. But as ~regards marriage, 316 Suppl, 60| not follow that because guilt has been remitted ~therefore 317 Suppl, 62| he seem to share in her guilt, ~or in order to correct 318 Suppl, 67| deprived their ~sin of its guilt, for while the Jews acted 319 Suppl, 67| permitting divorce removed the guilt ~from the sin." Although 320 Suppl, 67| says that "he removed the guilt from the sin." For ~though 321 Suppl, 67| permission: and thus its guilt was taken ~away from it. 322 Suppl, 69| the diversity of their ~guilt, so that those who are condemned 323 Suppl, 69| glory on account of the guilt of human nature which could 324 Suppl, 71| inordinate in the world. For ~guilt cannot be restored to order 325 Suppl, 71| cease, unless first of all guilt be ~expiated: so that, as 326 Suppl, 71| be ~expiated: so that, as guilt remains for ever in the 327 Suppl, 71| cannot be diminished unless guilt be ~diminished, even as 328 Suppl, 71| be done away unless the guilt be done away: ~fourthly, 329 Suppl, 71| eternal fire according as his guilt ~deserves; and consequently 330 Suppl, 71| fire. wherefore since the guilt of the damned remains unchanged, 331 Suppl, 71| than the expiation of the guilt that hinders it from ~obtaining 332 Suppl, 71| above (Q[13], A[2]), the guilt of ~one person can be expiated 333 Suppl, 71| punishment expiates more the guilt of the one who satisfies, 334 Suppl, 72| their deeds. And when the guilt ~or innocence of any particular 335 Suppl, 72| indisposition both as regards guilt, since the devil sinned ~ 336 Suppl, 83| according to the measure of guilt. And a sinner who is ~about 337 Suppl, 83| correspond to the amount of guilt; in fact it would ~seem 338 Suppl, 84| is nothing else than the guilt or stain. ~Since then in 339 Suppl, 84| then in many persons the guilt or stain of many sins is 340 Suppl, 84| deadened remain in the ~guilt of ingratitude, which is 341 Suppl, 84| that these marks are the guilt alone, ~as stated above.~ 342 Suppl, 86| to the ~degree of their guilt. But this cannot be done 343 Suppl, 94| not follow ~the mode of guilt in the person who is burned 344 Suppl, 94| action, follows the mode of guilt in the person punished; ~ 345 Suppl, 94| much pain according as his guilt deserves." Therefore this 346 Suppl, 96| merit, so is punishment to guilt. Now, ~according to Divine 347 Suppl, 96| punishment is due to temporal guilt.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 348 Suppl, 96| reason for the same: because guilt ~remains for ever, since 349 Suppl, 96| punishment cease so long as ~guilt remains. ~Aquin.: SMT XP 350 Suppl, 96| to the soul infected with guilt. And since guilt ~will remain 351 Suppl, 96| infected with guilt. And since guilt ~will remain in the soul 352 Appen1, 1| out of proportion to his ~guilt, for sensible punishment 353 Appen1, 1| his person. Hence, as his guilt did not result from an action ~ 354 Appen1, 2| venial sin as regards its guilt is expiated by the pains 355 Appen1, 2| Purgatory as regards the ~guilt?~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 356 Appen1, 2| Purgatory as regards the guilt. For a gloss [*St. Gregory, 357 Appen1, 2| no sin is remitted as to guilt after this life.~Aquin.: 358 Appen1, 2| in Purgatory as to ~its guilt.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 359 Appen1, 2| of Purgatory as to their ~guilt.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 360 Appen1, 2| this ~life, as regards the guilt: that if a man die with 361 Appen1, 2| grace, to expiate all such guilt as is compatible with ~grace. [* 362 Appen1, 2| Q[7], A[2], ~ad 9,17: "Guilt is not remitted by punishment, 363 Appen1, 2| but venial sin as to its ~guilt is remitted in Purgatory 364 Appen1, 2| obligation incurred by ~guilt is nothing else than the 365 Appen1, 2| speaking to the ~amount of guilt: whereas the length corresponds


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