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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 62 | they choose, that is not sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 2 1, 63 | habit preceding his first sinful act, nor any passion fettering 3 1, 63 | while the term of the sinful act is the being wicked. 4 1, 63 | they choose, that is not sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 5 1, 64 | habit preceding his first sinful act, nor any passion fettering 6 1, 64 | while the term of the sinful act is the being wicked. 7 1, 99 | been asleep, etc.: If no sinful ~corruption had infected 8 1, 102 | spirit of ~life; and the sinful and unfaithful spirit is 9 1, 108 | that "the treacherous ~and sinful spirit of life is ruled 10 1, 112 | of good by reason ~of a sinful passion, so also do they 11 2, 19 | erring reason is evil and sinful. But they say that ~when 12 2, 21 | human action is right or sinful by reason of its being ~ 13 2, 21 | human action is right or sinful, in so far as it is good 14 2, 21 | human action is not right or sinful, in so far as ~it is good 15 2, 21 | Therefore an ~action is not sinful by reason of its being inordinate 16 2, 21 | action does not make it sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] A[ 17 2, 21 | malice of an action makes it sinful, it follows ~that wherever 18 2, 21 | Therefore an action is ~not sinful by reason of its being evil.~ 19 2, 21 | Therefore a human action is sinful by reason of its being evil.~ 20 2, 21 | human action is right or sinful by reason of its being ~ 21 2, 21 | intention may be right or sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] A[ 22 2, 21 | reason of its being evil or sinful; and, ~consequently, neither 23 2, 21 | will: that it is right or ~sinful, according as it is ordained 24 2, 24 | what is against nature is sinful ~and morally evil: hence 25 2, 63 | Q[49], A[3]): ~and one sinful act does not destroy a habit 26 2, 71 | and, consequently, one ~sinful act does not corrupt virtue. 27 2, 71 | an act of sin. And this sinful act, so long ~as there is 28 2, 71 | But if we compare the sinful act to the cause of the 29 2, 71 | virtues to be destroyed by one sinful act. For ~every mortal sin 30 2, 71 | the omission will not be sinful, as when anyone omits going 31 2, 71 | the will, the omission is sinful; and such cause, in so far 32 2, 72 | consent; since consent in a sinful act ~belongs to the higher 33 2, 72 | the natural species of the sinful act; while the formal difference 34 2, 73 | for it is compared to the sinful act, as a tree to its ~fruit, 35 2, 73 | involuntary, it is no longer sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 36 2, 73 | issue consequent to the ~sinful act. But the issue of an 37 2, 73 | follow directly from the sinful act, although it be neither 38 2, 73 | accidentally connected with the sinful act, ~and if neither foreseen 39 2, 73 | directly consequent to the sinful act, although perhaps it 40 2, 73 | his ~possessions, is less sinful than if it were inflicted 41 2, 73 | Thirdly, on account of the sinful act being ~specially inconsistent 42 2, 74 | acts, ~whether virtuous or sinful. Consequently the proper 43 2, 74 | Therefore the consent to a sinful act should also be sometimes ~ 44 2, 74 | reason may consent to a sinful act, ~independently of the 45 2, 74 | Therefore the consent to a sinful act always proceeds ~from 46 2, 74 | deliberation it does not check the ~sinful act, this will deservedly 47 2, 74 | i.e. as consenting to a sinful act. ~For Augustine says ( 48 2, 74 | the contrary, Consent to a sinful act belongs to the higher 49 2, 75 | completeness of the voluntary sinful act ~appertains to the will, 50 2, 75 | will, as completing the sinful act, and the reason, as 51 2, 75 | sin be multiplied, the ~sinful acts are multiplied, because 52 2, 75 | because they incline to the sinful act in ~both greater numbers 53 2, 75 | movement: for when man, by one sinful act, loses ~grace, or charity, 54 2, 75 | Directly, as when, by one sinful act, man ~is disposed to 55 2, 76 | ignorance ~can be the cause of a sinful act; because it is a privation 56 2, 76 | which would prevent the sinful act. Consequently if ~a 57 2, 76 | human acts, should be deemed sinful or ~virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 76 | is not the ~cause of the sinful act, as already stated, 59 2, 76 | follows or accompanies the sinful act.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] 60 2, 76 | be ~aware that the act is sinful; for instance, if a man 61 2, 76 | which suffices for it to be sinful) and yet be ~ignorant of 62 2, 76 | ignorance itself voluntary and sinful, provided it be about ~matters 63 2, 76 | more voluntary and more sinful, since it is through the ~ 64 2, 77 | in which respect every sinful act proceeds from inordinate ~ 65 2, 77 | greater intensity to the sinful act. Therefore passion ~ 66 2, 77 | passion as preceding the sinful act, it must ~needs diminish 67 2, 77 | of the will towards the sinful act; and so it ~is true 68 2, 77 | proceeds from passion to a sinful act, or to a deliberate 69 2, 79 | he is the cause of the sinful act: for "no one works, 70 2, 79 | some actions are evil and sinful in their species, as ~was 71 2, 80 | the proper principle of a sinful action is the will, since ~ 72 2, 81 | origin is blameworthy or sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 73 2, 87 | loss in ~order to achieve a sinful act, according to Wis. 5: 74 2, 87 | constitutes the substance of ~the sinful act; but they do differ 75 2, 87 | is evident that when the sinful or injurious act has ceased 76 2, 87 | own sin only, because the sinful ~act is something personal. 77 2, 94 | Rm. i), were not esteemed sinful.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 78 2, 102 | signify the likeness of 'sinful flesh' [*An allusion to 79 2, 102 | to signify ~that nothing sinful should remain in them. Moreover, 80 2, 102 | account of "the likeness ~of sinful flesh" (Rm. 8:3). Moreover, 81 2, 102 | account of "the likeness of sinful flesh" (Rm. ~8:3), was not 82 2, 103 | deadly, because it was not sinful to observe them. But immediately 83 2, 103 | Gentiles did not hold it to be ~sinful.~ 84 2, 106 | Son, in the likeness of sinful flesh, of sin* hath ~condemned 85 2, 106 | the ~"et" (and), after "sinful flesh." The text quoted 86 2, 106 | thus: "in ~the likeness of sinful flesh, and a sin offering ({ 87 2, 107 | Son in ~the likeness of sinful flesh . . . hath condemned 88 2, 109 | that the whole nature of sinful man ~remains disordered. 89 2, 109 | movements (and hence they are sinful and voluntary), but not 90 2, 10 | 2: Further, unbelief is sinful through contempt of the 91 2, 10 | is the principle of the sinful act. Now a sinful act ~may 92 2, 10 | of the sinful act. Now a sinful act ~may have two principles: 93 2, 10 | The other principle of the sinful act is the proper and ~proximate 94 2, 10 | principle which elicits the sinful act: thus the concupiscible ~ 95 2, 13 | at ~once, in as much as sinful acts must precede so as 96 2, 13 | for a man, in his first sinful act, to sin ~against the 97 2, 18 | are certain things, viz. sinful deeds, which no fear should ~ 98 2, 18 | Further, no good grows from a sinful root. Now servile fear grows ~ 99 2, 18 | servile fear grows ~from a sinful root, because when commenting 100 2, 19 | intellect is evil in itself and ~sinful. Now the true opinion of 101 2, 19 | about God, is ~vicious and sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 102 2, 20 | is evil ~in itself and sinful. Now presumption is an appetitive 103 2, 22 | an unbeliever, are always sinful, even when he ~clothes the 104 2, 23 | either by God or by some sinful act. Now no defect is caused 105 2, 23 | destroyed by one contrary sinful act. Much ~less, therefore, 106 2, 30 | Ethic. iv, 1). But no sinful deed should be done. Therefore 107 2, 30 | lesser evils. ~Now it is less sinful to keep back another's property 108 2, 30 | closely united to us are sinful and ungodly. Therefore we 109 2, 31 | precepts of the Law forbid ~sinful acts, the positive precepts 110 2, 31 | inculcate acts of virtue. Now sinful ~acts are evil in themselves, 111 2, 31 | may either correct their ~sinful ways. or, if they be incorrigible, 112 2, 32 | 2: Even unbelief is not sinful unless it be voluntary: ~ 113 2, 32 | voluntary it is, the more it is sinful. Now it becomes ~voluntary 114 2, 32 | consider it simply, is ~always sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 115 2, 32 | towards us, and this is sinful in them. In this respect 116 2, 32 | will, ~they would not be sinful, for instance, if he were 117 2, 32 | and if there be anything sinful in ~a man's outward sins 118 2, 33 | OBJ 1: Passions are not sinful in themselves; but they 119 2, 33 | one that moves a man to sinful acts, as ~stated above ( 120 2, 34 | goods, it may be ~either sinful or sinless. Thirdly, one 121 2, 34 | speaking, and is ~always sinful, as also the Philosopher 122 2, 35 | like discord is neither ~sinful nor against charity, unless 123 2, 38 | 1/1~Whether it is always sinful to wage war?~Aquin.: SMT 124 2, 38 | would seem that it is always sinful to wage war. Because ~punishment 125 2, 38 | Therefore war ~is always sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 126 2, 38 | yet even those who make sinful use of the ~sword are not 127 2, 38 | punished eternally ~for their sinful use of the sword.~Aquin.: 128 2, 39 | But war is ~not always sinful. Therefore strife is not 129 2, 39 | Therefore strifes are not ~only sinful, but they are even mortal 130 2, 39 | Therefore strife is always sinful. In fact it is a ~mortal 131 2, 41 | 10), though this is not sinful in ~itself, provided it 132 2, 41 | comprise both whatever is sinful in itself, and all ~that 133 2, 41 | it is no longer evil or sinful, for a sin cannot be a ~ 134 2, 41 | it is ~neither idle nor sinful. And though venial sin does 135 2, 52 | every lack ~of a due act is sinful: wherefore it is evident 136 2, 53 | justice or temperance is sinful. Neither therefore is ~any 137 2, 58 | so this deed of Moses was sinful although it gave a sign 138 2, 62 | community and to God, it is sinful, by reason ~also of its 139 2, 62 | is a ~greater injury to a sinful than to an innocent person, 140 2, 62 | certain cases to kill a ~sinful man, much more is it lawful 141 2, 62 | every man though he ~be sinful, we ought to love the nature 142 2, 62 | by His decree both the ~sinful and the righteous die. Hence 143 2, 62 | grievously than he who slays a sinful man: first, because he ~ 144 2, 63 | must now consider other sinful injuries committed on the 145 2, 63 | like injuries take their sinful character from inflicting 146 2, 63 | Now these injuries ~are sinful in so far as they consist 147 2, 63 | like injuries are of a less sinful nature. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 148 2, 64 | and ~robbery derive their sinful nature, through the taking 149 2, 64 | Ethic. iii, 1. Therefore the sinful aspect of robbery ~differs 150 2, 64 | the other kinds of sin the sinful nature is not derived ~from 151 2, 64 | he will find ~that it is sinful on two counts. First, because 152 2, 64 | Now fraud and guile are sinful in ~themselves, as stated 153 2, 64 | that, Robbery and theft are sinful, as stated above (AA[4], 154 2, 67 | praiseworthy, in the latter sinful. Accordingly it is lawful 155 2, 70 | makes others laugh, this is sinful, as stated in ~the passage 156 2, 71 | thence that they derive their sinful nature. Now the greater 157 2, 72 | according to Ecclus. 28:11, "A sinful man ~will trouble his friends, 158 2, 75 | seem to be natural and ~not sinful. Now Augustine relates that 159 2, 75 | answer that, It is altogether sinful to have recourse to deceit 160 2, 75 | Therefore such like ~trading is sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 161 2, 75 | itself, connote anything ~sinful or contrary to virtue: wherefore 162 2, 76 | not seem to be in itself sinful to accept a ~price for doing 163 2, 76 | scandal, which ~is always sinful, as stated above (Q[43], 164 2, 77 | the omission is not always sinful. Therefore omission is not 165 2, 77 | meritorious than for it to be sinful and ~demeritorious, because " 166 2, 81 | mind to wander in prayer is sinful ~and hinders the prayer 167 2, 81 | whether he be righteous or sinful."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 168 2, 81 | i.e. in accordance with a sinful ~desire, God hears him not 169 2, 85 | exactitude, ~for this is reckoned sinful according to the Philosopher ( 170 2, 86 | that he repented of his ~sinful deed, which nevertheless 171 2, 93 | Yet this may happen to be sinful in four ways. First, if 172 2, 95 | The temptation of God is sinful, because a man doubts ~God, 173 2, 96 | 1~Whether all perjury is sinful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 174 2, 96 | that not all perjury is sinful. Whoever does not ~fulfil 175 2, 96 | Therefore not ~all perjury is sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 176 2, 96 | seemingly not all ~perjury is sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 177 2, 96 | the reason why it is sinful is because it ~is an act 178 2, 98 | that which otherwise were sinful to be not ~sinful; thus 179 2, 98 | otherwise were sinful to be not ~sinful; thus Augustine says (Contra 180 2, 104 | Since therefore excess is sinful in every virtue, it seems 181 2, 104 | than the favor received is sinful and opposed to justice.~ 182 2, 106 | by way of "merit," as the sinful subjects merit a ~sinful 183 2, 106 | sinful subjects merit a ~sinful superior, according to Job 184 2, 107 | observed, the act will be sinful. Accordingly it is sinful 185 2, 107 | sinful. Accordingly it is sinful to ~praise oneself without 186 2, 107 | is true: and it is ~also sinful to publish one's sin, by 187 2, 108 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: A lie is sinful not only because it injures 188 2, 108 | that are not grievously sinful yet are not ~devoid of sin, 189 2, 111 | sin. But ~he does not call sinful that which he does not acknowledge 190 2, 111 | does not acknowledge to be sinful: ~which would be a lie of 191 2, 113 | therein. But it would be sinful to wish to please men for 192 2, 113 | 2: Even to blame evil is sinful, if due circumstances be 193 2, 116 | acquiring more ~through sinful deeds, such as whoredom 194 2, 117 | Now a thing is vicious and sinful ~through corrupting the 195 2, 117 | laudable ~circumstance is less sinful. Now the disorder of covetousness 196 2, 118 | ought not to be ~followed is sinful. Hence it is written in 197 2, 120 | representing cessation from all sinful acts, and the mind's rest 198 2, 120 | and in this sense all sinful acts are servile. Another 199 2, 120 | Divine things rather by sinful than by ~lawful albeit corporal 200 2, 123 | fear is inordinate and sinful. On the other hand, when 201 2, 123 | is neither inordinate nor sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] A[ 202 2, 123 | stated above (A[3]), fear is sinful in so far as it ~runs counter 203 2, 125 | Therefore daring is not sinful but ~praiseworthy.~Aquin.: 204 2, 125 | this account the passion is sinful. Again, the names of the 205 2, 125 | anger, in which case it is sinful, and in the same ~way daring 206 2, 125 | is not praiseworthy but sinful; for this would be to act 207 2, 128 | natural things is vicious and sinful. Now it is ~established 208 2, 128 | Hence it is vicious and sinful, as ~being contrary to the 209 2, 128 | air. Thus too it would be sinful and presumptuous for ~a 210 2, 128 | is not ~presumptuous or sinful for a man to endeavor to 211 2, 129 | exceed this rule it will be sinful. In this way it is ~sinful 212 2, 129 | sinful. In this way it is ~sinful to desire honor in disaccord 213 2, 130 | even the love of praise is sinful."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] 214 2, 130 | denotes a sin: for it is ~sinful to desire anything vain, 215 2, 133 | is not praiseworthy, but sinful and reprehensible, ~because 216 2, 133 | wherefore meanness is less sinful than ~illiberality. Hence 217 2, 133 | and its contrary vice are sinful, they do not bring shame 218 2, 134 | have more ~abhorrence for sinful evils than for bodily evils: 219 2, 135 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, sinful deeds are sometimes more 220 2, 135 | Now some persevere in sinful deeds ~without the help 221 2, 136 | however, this ~pleasure is sinful, seeing that he desires 222 2, 140 | pleasures ~altogether, is not sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[142] A[ 223 2, 140 | sin ~would seem not to be sinful. Now the most effective 224 2, 140 | Therefore it is more sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[142] A[ 225 2, 142 | disgraceful but what is sinful. ~Yet man is ashamed of 226 2, 146 | hunger and thirst ~would be sinful. Therefore gluttony is not 227 2, 146 | which may happen to be ~sinful, either by reason of excess 228 2, 146 | eating too much, ~yet it is sinful to expose oneself to its 229 2, 147 | or made weak." Now it is sinful to forsake the ~good of 230 2, 148 | the ~preceding act was sinful, the person is not altogether 231 2, 149 | and this is common to all sinful ~acts. Therefore purity 232 2, 150 | of virtue is apparently ~sinful. Now virginity declines 233 2, 150 | Therefore virginity is something sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 234 2, 150 | In human acts, those are sinful which are against right ~ 235 2, 150 | contemplation of ~truth, this is not sinful, but in accord /with right 236 2, 150 | virginity ~instead of being sinful is worthy of praise.~Aquin.: 237 2, 150 | that neither is marriage sinful, nor is ~it to be equaled 238 2, 151 | forsake the good of reason is ~sinful, because virtue is corrupted 239 2, 151 | regard; wherefore the more sinful ~it becomes if the order 240 2, 152 | three because ~they are not sinful except as directed to those 241 2, 152 | account they are mortally ~sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 242 2, 152 | and this is to do good or sinful actions, and thus it seems ~ 243 2, 152 | sensuality has nothing sinful in it, except in so far 244 2, 152 | excess of humor be due to a sinful cause (for ~instance excessive 245 2, 152 | superfluities be not due to a sinful cause, nocturnal pollution ~ 246 2, 152 | nocturnal pollution ~is not sinful, neither in itself nor in 247 2, 152 | nocturnal pollution may be sinful ~on the part of its cause. 248 2, 152 | abhorrence, and then it is not sinful, ~neither in itself nor 249 2, 154 | having ~sinned, because the sinful act has become connatural 250 2, 156 | the eye of reason, whereas sinful anger blinds ~it." Nor is 251 2, 156 | desire of anger will be sinful, and this is called sinful 252 2, 156 | sinful, and this is called sinful anger.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 253 2, 156 | anger may be inordinate and sinful in two ~ways, as stated 254 2, 160 | and an evil pride"; or "a sinful pride which God resists, 255 2, 160 | or by default, it will be sinful, as is the ~case with the 256 2, 160 | rebelliousness, license, sinful habit." Now these apparently ~ 257 2, 165 | the desire of good is not ~sinful. Therefore the vice of curiosity 258 2, 165 | of the Babylonians to be sinful, would never have ~consented 259 2, 165 | intellective knowledge cannot be ~sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[167] A[ 260 2, 165 | and darkness of mind are sinful. Therefore curiosity about ~ 261 2, 165 | intellective sciences may be sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[167] A[ 262 2, 165 | to sin are engaged in a sinful study, according to the 263 2, 165 | from the faith by their sinful ~curiosity in seeking knowledge 264 2, 165 | it does not seem to ~be sinful to watch games, because 265 2, 165 | knowing sensible things may be sinful in two ways. First, when ~ 266 2, 165 | 2: Sight-seeing becomes sinful, when it renders a man prone 267 2, 165 | of disturbing them, is ~sinful: hence it is written (Prov. 268 2, 166 | for sin is not held to be sinful. Now play is ~sometimes 269 2, 166 | no sin or ~but slightly sinful. Therefore it seems that 270 2, 166 | OBJ 1: Certain things are sinful on account of the intention ~ 271 2, 166 | is virtuous rather than sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] A[ 272 2, 166 | that "lack of mirth is less sinful than excess thereof." ~Hence 273 2, 167 | in this matter would be sinful. Now excess in outward ~ 274 2, 167 | attire is not apparently sinful, since even the ministers 275 2, 167 | it would ~seem not to be sinful to be lacking in this, for 276 2, 167 | worship: wherefore this is not sinful in ~them. Hence Augustine 277 2, 167 | custom. Hence it is in itself sinful for a woman to wear man' 278 2, 167 | practice of such an art is not sinful. These ~alone should be 279 2, 184 | reason is not rendered sinful by the greatness of the 280 2, 185 | but in the third way it is sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 281 2, 185 | negligence, and thus also it is sinful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 282 3, 5 | Christ ~as far as it was sinful; but as far as it was a 283 3, 7 | that it was until then ~sinful, or even not just.~Aquin.: 284 3, 13 | life, and the truant and sinful rational spirit of life 285 3, 14 | Son ~in the likeness of sinful flesh." Now it is a condition 286 3, 14 | Now it is a condition of sinful flesh ~to be under the necessity 287 3, 15 | to have "the likeness of sinful ~flesh"), as is written ( 288 3, 15 | is evil, except what is ~sinful, whereby men become wicked. 289 3, 15 | chief good, and what is sinful is man's chief evil, since 290 3, 15 | Christ there was neither sinful anger nor zealous anger.~ 291 3, 15 | for this kind of ~anger is sinful. Sometimes, however, this 292 3, 22 | sin in the flesh [Vulg.,: 'sinful flesh']," as is ~written 293 3, 27 | of ~carnal intercourse is sinful."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 294 3, 27 | actual concupiscence is a sinful motion. Now ~sensual concupiscence 295 3, 27 | clear that all this was sinful. Therefore the Blessed Virgin 296 3, 28 | was lacking: because in sinful ~flesh this could not be 297 3, 28 | having "the ~likeness of sinful flesh," as the Apostle says ( 298 3, 31 | assumed 'the likeness of sinful flesh.' But in Luke's genealogy 299 3, 37 | come in the likeness of sinful flesh might not ~reject 300 3, 37 | reject the remedy whereby sinful flesh was wont to be healed." 301 3, 39 | sinner, yet did He take a sinful nature and 'the ~likeness 302 3, 39 | nature and 'the ~likeness of sinful flesh.' Wherefore, though 303 3, 40 | had been converted from a sinful to a better ~life: and consequently 304 3, 40 | wantonness of the user, that is sinful." Now both ~these lives 305 3, 44 | The ~treacherous and sinful rational spirit of life 306 3, 61 | harmful action, consisting in sinful deeds.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 307 3, 64 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A sinful action consists in this, 308 3, 80 | thinks something not to be sinful which is a sin, as for example 309 3, 80 | that what he did was a ~sinful act, through ignorance of 310 3, 80 | homicide comes of a cause sinful in ~itself, especially if 311 3, 80 | Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, ~O Lord." Therefore, 312 3, 80 | Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, ~O Lord," Jesus answered: " 313 3, 82 | 21, Septuagint). But the sinful ~priest, being defiled, 314 3, 82 | sacrament. Therefore a sinful priest cannot consecrate 315 3, 82 | priest's blessing. ~But a sinful priest's blessing is not 316 3, 82 | master; so the blessing of a sinful priest, inasmuch as he acts ~ 317 3, 82 | 1~Whether the mass of a sinful priest is of less worth 318 3, 82 | seems that the mass of a sinful priest is not of less worth ~ 319 3, 82 | Therefore the mass of a sinful priest is not of less value 320 3, 82 | ministry ~remains even in sinful men, as was said above ( 321 3, 82 | respect the prayer even of the sinful ~priest is fruitful, not 322 3, 82 | heretical, ~excommunicate, or sinful priests, and to hear mass 323 3, 82 | excommunicate, or even sinful priests, and to hear mass 324 3, 82 | priests, even if they be sinful, or heretics, or excommunicate, ~ 325 3, 82 | excommunicate, or even sinful priests, although they have 326 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sinful priest, if deprived by the 327 3, 84 | if it be excessive it is sinful, because it ~leads to despair, 328 3, 88 | happen that a subsequent sinful act virtually contains the ~ 329 3, 88 | but it covers the past sinful acts, lest, on their account, 330 3, 89 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Just as sinful deeds pass as to the act 331 3, 89 | account of the strength of sinful deeds that ~deeds, previously 332 3, 89 | of death, in which sense ~sinful works are said to be dead, 333 Suppl, 1 | also ~co-operated in the sinful deeds. Nevertheless this 334 Suppl, 10| things they have done are ~sinful, and certain simple people, 335 Suppl, 32| powers which are the roots of sinful ~acts. Hence certain fixed 336 Suppl, 36| did not cast aside the ~sinful and notorious woman from 337 Suppl, 39| good name is bedimmed by a sinful origin, therefore those 338 Suppl, 39| comparison fails between sinful act and sinful origin.~Aquin.: 339 Suppl, 39| fails between sinful act and sinful origin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 340 Suppl, 40| the love of wealth that is sinful."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 341 Suppl, 41| the marriage act is always sinful?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 342 Suppl, 41| the marriage act is always sinful. For it is ~written (1 Cor. 343 Suppl, 41| prophets." ~Therefore it is sinful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 344 Suppl, 41| Therefore it is always sinful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 345 Suppl, 41| marriage act is always either sinful or meritorious ~in one who 346 Suppl, 48| the vow of ~virginity is sinful, is because that consent 347 Suppl, 62| adultery there is the same sinful character as in simple ~ 348 Suppl, 64| a precept, it would seem sinful to render oneself unfit ~ 349 Suppl, 64| because the act in question is sinful, ~but on account of its 350 Suppl, 64| falling into other, and those sinful, practices, if he be deemed 351 Suppl, 67| second ~marriages are not sinful. Therefore neither was it 352 Suppl, 67| Therefore neither was it sinful under the ~Mosaic law to 353 Suppl, 67| omission of that good is not sinful, and yet it does not also 354 Suppl, 70| subjected itself to the body by sinful concupiscence. Therefore 355 Appen1, 1| less voluntary is less ~sinful. Again it matters not that


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