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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contrition

    Part, Question
1 2, 113 | since it is by faith and ~contrition that sin is forgiven. But 2 3, 46 | charity, by which the pang of contrition is ~intensified, and because 3 3, 48 | hold good of confession and contrition, because ~atonement consists 4 3, 67 | necessary as Baptism; since contrition can supply the defect of 5 3, 68 | washed away by his subsequent contrition, which takes ~the place 6 3, 79 | which will perfect his contrition and bring forgiveness ~of 7 3, 79 | hidden sins"; or that our contrition ~may be perfected for the 8 3, 80 | in himself the marks of contrition, for instance, if ~he "grieve 9 3, 80 | forgotten his sin, general contrition suffices for ~blotting it 10 3, 80 | of guilt be taken away by contrition and ~confession nevertheless 11 3, 83 | ought to make an act of ~contrition, with the firm purpose of 12 3, 87 | Confiteor or of ~an act of contrition], the beating of one's breast, 13 3, 89 | of the ~penitent, viz., contrition, stands as ultimate disposition 14 3, 89 | act of Penance, which is contrition, certain remnants of sin 15 3, 90 | of several things, ~viz. contrition, confession, and satisfaction. 16 3, 90 | perfection of Penance, viz., contrition, confession, ~and satisfaction, 17 3, 90 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether contrition, confession, and satisfaction 18 3, 90 | OBJ 1: It would seem that contrition, confession, and satisfaction 19 3, 90 | as parts of Penance. For contrition is in the ~heart, and so 20 3, 90 | atone, and this is done by contrition; the second is that he submit 21 3, 90 | in satisfaction: and so contrition, ~confession, and satisfaction 22 3, 90 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Contrition, as to its essence, is in 23 3, 90 | perfection of Penance ~requires contrition of the heart, together with 24 3, 90 | Therefore in ~Penance also, contrition in thought, confession in 25 3, 90 | condivided with it. But contrition includes both confession 26 3, 90 | whole building. In this way contrition includes virtually the whole 27 Suppl | PARTICULAR, AND FIRST OF CONTRITION (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 28 Suppl | part of Penance, and (1) Contrition; ~(2) Confession; (3) Satisfaction. 29 Suppl | The consideration about Contrition will ~be fourfold: (1) What 30 Suppl, 1 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether Contrition is suitably defined?~(2) 31 Suppl, 1 | Whether attrition can become contrition?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[1] 32 Suppl, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether contrition is an assumed sorrow for 33 Suppl, 1 | OBJ 1: It would seem that contrition is not "an assumed sorrow 34 Suppl, 1 | apply to sin. Therefore contrition is not sorrow for sins.~ 35 Suppl, 1 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contrition is given us by God. But 36 Suppl, 1 | not ~assumed. Therefore contrition is not an assumed sorrow.~ 37 Suppl, 1 | which was not remitted by contrition. But ~sometimes the whole 38 Suppl, 1 | punishment is remitted in contrition. Therefore it is ~not always 39 Suppl, 1 | breaking and crushing or contrition, as ~stated in Meteor. iv, 40 Suppl, 1 | parts, but of crushing or contrition when that which ~was in 41 Suppl, 1 | is ~cast aside is called contrition metaphorically.~Aquin.: 42 Suppl, 1 | Body Para. 2/3~In this contrition several things are to be 43 Suppl, 1 | respect of which we find that contrition has been defined in various ~ 44 Suppl, 1 | above: and since the act of contrition is both an act of virtue, ~ 45 Suppl, 1 | definition which defines contrition, only as an act of ~virtue; 46 Suppl, 1 | for it is thus expressed: "Contrition ~is voluntary sorrow for 47 Suppl, 1 | Bono ii, 12) as follows: "Contrition is a tearful ~sorrow and 48 Suppl, 1 | so is a man humbled, when contrition leads him to ~give up his 49 Suppl, 1 | tearful," and the origin of contrition, by the words, "arising 50 Suppl, 1 | indicates the effect of ~contrition. It runs thus: "Contrition 51 Suppl, 1 | contrition. It runs thus: "Contrition is the sorrow which takes 52 Suppl, 1 | xxxiii, ~11) as follows: "Contrition is humility of the soul, 53 Suppl, 1 | indicated by saying that ~contrition is "humility of the soul"; 54 Suppl, 1 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Contrition is from God alone as to 55 Suppl, 1 | punishment may be remitted by ~contrition, yet confession and satisfaction 56 Suppl, 1 | cannot be sure that his contrition was sufficient to take ~ 57 Suppl, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether contrition is an act of virtue?~Aquin.: 58 Suppl, 1 | OBJ 1: It would seem that contrition is not an act of virtue. 59 Suppl, 1 | a passion. As therefore contrition ~is sorrow, it seems that 60 Suppl, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, as contrition is so called from its being 61 Suppl, 1 | Neither, therefore, is contrition an act of virtue.~Aquin.: 62 Suppl, 1 | virtue is meritorious. But ~contrition is a meritorious act. Therefore 63 Suppl, 1 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Contrition as to the literal signification 64 Suppl, 1 | point does not refer to contrition in this sense, but to that ~ 65 Suppl, 1 | was committed. Wherefore contrition, which signifies this, implies ~ 66 Suppl, 1 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Contrition includes a twofold sorrow 67 Suppl, 1 | not belong essentially to ~contrition as an act of virtue, but 68 Suppl, 1 | this sorrow may belong to ~contrition taken as part of the sacrament, 69 Suppl, 1 | 3], ad 3). Accordingly, contrition is ~essentially a kind of 70 Suppl, 1 | denotes approach to perfect contrition, wherefore ~in corporeal 71 Suppl, 1 | sins committed, whereas contrition ~denotes perfect displeasure.~ 72 Suppl, 1 | Whether attrition can become contrition?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[3] 73 Suppl, 1 | that attrition can become contrition. For ~contrition differs 74 Suppl, 1 | become contrition. For ~contrition differs from attrition, 75 Suppl, 1 | Therefore attrition can become contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[3] 76 Suppl, 1 | filial fear is the cause of contrition. ~Therefore attrition cannot 77 Suppl, 1 | attrition cannot become contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[3] 78 Suppl, 1 | that attrition may become contrition, even as lifeless faith 79 Suppl, 1 | comes. Now attrition and ~contrition do not denote a habit, but 80 Suppl, 1 | which afterwards the act of contrition may be elicited; so that 81 Suppl, 1 | comparison between faith and contrition, as ~stated above.~Aquin.: 82 Suppl, 2 | 1/1 - OF THE OBJECT OF CONTRITION (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 83 Suppl, 2 | now consider the object of contrition. Under this head there are ~ 84 Suppl, 2 | a punishment. Therefore contrition is sorrow ~for punishments 85 Suppl, 2 | his punishment, so that contrition which is ~penitential sorrow 86 Suppl, 2 | stated above (Q[1], A[1]), contrition implies the ~crushing of 87 Suppl, 2 | called ~metaphorically "contrition." [*There is a play on the 88 Suppl, 2 | sorrow for punishment but not contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] A[1] 89 Suppl, 2 | essentially the same as contrition, but is its principle. For 90 Suppl, 2 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether contrition should be on account of 91 Suppl, 2 | OBJ 1: It would seem that contrition should be on account of 92 Suppl, 2 | and so he ought to have contrition ~for it.~Aquin.: SMT XP 93 Suppl, 2 | act of the will, ~such as contrition is.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] 94 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Contrition is sorrow, as stated above ( 95 Suppl, 2 | speaking, we cannot have contrition on its ~account, but only 96 Suppl, 2 | 1 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Contrition is for sin, not by reason 97 Suppl, 2 | denotes a ~punishment. But contrition ought to be on account of 98 Suppl, 2 | to ~original sin, so that contrition does not apply to it. ~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 2 | Second Objection, because contrition is ~due to aversion of the 100 Suppl, 2 | 1~Whether we should have contrition for every actual sin?~Aquin.: 101 Suppl, 2 | we have no need to have contrition for every ~actual sin we 102 Suppl, 2 | should not be sorrow, such as contrition is, ~but joy.~Aquin.: SMT 103 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contrition is an act of the will, which 104 Suppl, 2 | Therefore we cannot have ~contrition for them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 105 Suppl, 2 | 3: Further, by voluntary contrition those sins are blotted out 106 Suppl, 2 | Ethic. iii, 1). Therefore contrition need not cover ~things which 107 Suppl, 2 | which is not removed ~by contrition. Now some sins are not removed 108 Suppl, 2 | sins are not removed by contrition, e.g. venial ~sins, that 109 Suppl, 2 | remain after the grace of contrition. Therefore there is no ~ 110 Suppl, 2 | there is no ~need to have contrition for all one's past sins.~ 111 Suppl, 2 | regard some sins, without contrition regarding them also, for 112 Suppl, 2 | part of Penance. Therefore contrition should be for all ~one's 113 Suppl, 2 | justification requires contrition, as stated above (Q[1], 114 Suppl, 2 | it is necessary to have contrition for all one's sins.~Aquin.: 115 Suppl, 2 | needs to be ~taken away by contrition which crushes it.~Aquin.: 116 Suppl, 2 | shown above (A[2], ad 1), contrition is opposed ~to sin, in so 117 Suppl, 2 | Consequently the sorrow of contrition is opposed to those sins.~ 118 Suppl, 2 | because he is ~bound to have contrition for each individual mortal 119 Suppl, 2 | then he ~is bound to have contrition for that sin in particular, 120 Suppl, 2 | venial sin can remain after contrition for a mortal sin, ~but not 121 Suppl, 2 | mortal sin, ~but not after contrition for the venial sin: wherefore 122 Suppl, 2 | the venial sin: wherefore contrition should ~also cover venial 123 Suppl, 2 | Whether a man is bound to have contrition for his future sins?~Aquin.: 124 Suppl, 2 | that a man is bound to have contrition for his ~future sins also. 125 Suppl, 2 | his ~future sins also. For contrition is an act of the free-will: 126 Suppl, 2 | in Ethic. iii. Therefore contrition is about future sins rather 127 Suppl, 2 | Therefore the degree of his contrition ought to be ~proportionate 128 Suppl, 2 | result: ~and consequently contrition regards the future.~Aquin.: 129 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Contrition is a part of penance. But 130 Suppl, 2 | the past: and therefore contrition does also, and consequently 131 Suppl, 2 | and principal act, viz. contrition, essentially ~regards past 132 Suppl, 2 | Yet ~we do not speak of contrition for future sins, but of 133 Suppl, 2 | contingent. Hence the act the contrition also ~is a future contingent, 134 Suppl, 2 | Hence there is not need ~for contrition to be for other than past 135 Suppl, 2 | Whether a man ought to have contrition for another's sin? ~Aquin.: 136 Suppl, 2 | that a man ought to have contrition for another's ~sin. For 137 Suppl, 2 | even as for our own. But contrition is nothing else ~than sorrow 138 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Contrition is an act of the virtue 139 Suppl, 2 | was ~hard and whole. Hence contrition for sin must needs be in 140 Suppl, 2 | hitherto: so that there is no ~contrition for the sins of others.~ 141 Suppl, 2 | others, but not to have ~contrition for them, because not all 142 Suppl, 2 | sorrow for past sins is contrition, ~as is evident for what 143 Suppl, 2 | it is necessary to have contrition for each mortal sin?~Aquin.: 144 Suppl, 2 | is not necessary to have contrition for ~each mortal sin. For 145 Suppl, 2 | sin. For the movement of contrition in justification is ~instantaneous: 146 Suppl, 2 | is not necessary to have contrition for each mortal ~sin.~Aquin.: 147 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contrition should be for sins, inasmuch 148 Suppl, 2 | from God. Therefore one contrition for all is sufficient.~Aquin.: 149 Suppl, 2 | original. Therefore one general contrition blots out all mortal sins.~ 150 Suppl, 2 | Super Marc. ~ix, 28). But contrition is the special remedy for 151 Suppl, 2 | Therefore one general contrition for all mortal sins does 152 Suppl, 2 | OTC Para. 2/2~Further, contrition is expressed by confession. 153 Suppl, 2 | it is necessary to have contrition for ~each mortal sin.~Aquin.: 154 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Contrition may be considered in two 155 Suppl, 2 | to its term. By origin of contrition I mean the process of ~thought, 156 Suppl, 2 | not ~with the sorrow of contrition, yet with that of attrition. 157 Suppl, 2 | attrition. The term of ~contrition is when that sorrow is already 158 Suppl, 2 | as regards the origin of contrition, a man needs to be ~contrite 159 Suppl, 2 | him to have one general contrition for all, because then the ~ 160 Suppl, 2 | then the ~movement of his contrition acts in virtue of all his 161 Suppl, 2 | Baptism ~suffices. But in contrition, in addition to the merit 162 Suppl, 2 | has not infinite power for contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[2] A[6] 163 Suppl, 2 | whereas ~Penance, as regards contrition and its other parts, is 164 Suppl, 3 | 1/1 - OF THE DEGREE OF CONTRITION (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 165 Suppl, 3 | now consider the degree of contrition: under which head there ~ 166 Suppl, 3 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether contrition is the greatest possible 167 Suppl, 3 | 2) Whether the sorrow of contrition can be too great? ~(3) Whether 168 Suppl, 3 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether contrition is the greatest possible 169 Suppl, 3 | OBJ 1: It would seem that contrition is not the greatest possible 170 Suppl, 3 | hurt of a wound. ~Therefore contrition is not the greatest sorrow.~ 171 Suppl, 3 | the like, it seems that contrition is not ~the greatest sorrow.~ 172 Suppl, 3 | intensity. But the sorrow of contrition has a considerable admixture ~ 173 Suppl, 3 | Further, the sorrow of contrition is a kind of displeasure. 174 Suppl, 3 | Therefore the sorrow of ~contrition is not the greatest.~Aquin.: 175 Suppl, 3 | on which the sorrow of ~contrition is based, is the greatest 176 Suppl, 3 | Therefore the sorrow of ~contrition is the greatest sorrow.~ 177 Suppl, 3 | its punishment. ~Therefore contrition which is sorrow for fault, 178 Suppl, 3 | is a twofold ~sorrow in contrition: one is in the will, and 179 Suppl, 3 | is the very essence of ~contrition, being nothing else than 180 Suppl, 3 | sin, and this ~sorrow, in contrition, surpasses all other sorrows. 181 Suppl, 3 | the ~spiritual sorrow of contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[3] A[1] 182 Suppl, 3 | 1~Whether the sorrow of contrition can be too great?~Aquin.: 183 Suppl, 3 | seem that the sorrow of contrition cannot be too great. ~For 184 Suppl, 3 | subject. But the sorrow of contrition, if it be so great as to 185 Suppl, 3 | Therefore the sorrow of contrition cannot be too great.~Aquin.: 186 Suppl, 3 | Further, the sorrow of contrition results from the love of ~ 187 Suppl, 3 | therefore, ~can the sorrow of contrition be too great.~Aquin.: SMT 188 Suppl, 3 | excess and ~deficiency. But contrition is an act of a moral virtue, 189 Suppl, 3 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Contrition, as regards the sorrow in 190 Suppl, 3 | regards the sensible sorrow, contrition may be ~too great, even 191 Suppl, 3 | Further, the movement of contrition is instantaneous. Now one ~ 192 Suppl, 3 | more ~remiss. Therefore contrition for one sin need not be 193 Suppl, 3 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, contrition is for sin chiefly as turning 194 Suppl, 3 | Therefore we ~should have equal contrition for all mortal sins. ~Aquin.: 195 Suppl, 3 | the stripes be." Now, in contrition, ~the stripes are measured 196 Suppl, 3 | to the sins, because to contrition is ~united the purpose of 197 Suppl, 3 | satisfaction. Therefore contrition should be ~for one sin more 198 Suppl, 3 | answer that, We may speak of contrition in two ways: first, in so 199 Suppl, 3 | Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, contrition may be taken in so far as 200 Suppl, 3 | act of justification. Such contrition ~arises either from the 201 Suppl, 3 | instantaneous movement of contrition, although it ~is not possible 202 Suppl, 3 | far as, in this general contrition, each individual ~sin is 203 Suppl, 4 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE TIME FOR CONTRITION (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 204 Suppl, 4 | now consider the time for contrition: under which head there 205 Suppl, 4 | this life is the time for contrition?~(2) Whether it is expedient 206 Suppl, 4 | this life is the time for contrition?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[1] 207 Suppl, 4 | would seem that the time for contrition is not the whole of ~this 208 Suppl, 4 | seems that neither should contrition last ~all one's life, since 209 Suppl, 4 | Therefore ~the sorrow of contrition cannot remain in the state 210 Suppl, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, contrition is a part of Penance, condivided 211 Suppl, 4 | satisfaction. Therefore ~contrition for sin need not be continual.~ 212 Suppl, 4 | is a twofold sorrow ~in contrition: one is in the reason, and 213 Suppl, 4 | regards both, the time for contrition is the whole of the ~present 214 Suppl, 4 | follows that the state of contrition remains during the ~whole 215 Suppl, 4 | punishment. But the ~sorrow of contrition results from charity, as 216 Suppl, 4 | other hand, the sorrow of contrition ~corresponds to sin on the 217 Suppl, 4 | certain infinity; wherefore contrition ought to continue always; 218 Suppl, 4 | after the ~first sorrow of contrition. Therefore it is not expedient 219 Suppl, 4 | 6,7. Wherefore, since contrition, so far as it is a kind 220 Suppl, 4 | Reply OBJ 1: The sorrow of contrition is a hindrance to worldly 221 Suppl, 4 | which is the essence of contrition, remains.~Aquin.: SMT XP 222 Suppl, 4 | efficacy from the power of contrition. Therefore ~contrition remains 223 Suppl, 4 | of contrition. Therefore ~contrition remains after this life.~ 224 Suppl, 4 | Para. 1/2~On the contrary, contrition is a part of the sacrament 225 Suppl, 4 | Neither, therefore, does ~contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[3] 226 Suppl, 4 | OTC Para. 2/2~Further, contrition can be so great as to blot 227 Suppl, 4 | in purgatory could have contrition, it ~would be possible for 228 Suppl, 4 | through the ~power of their contrition, so that they would be delivered 229 Suppl, 4 | things are to be observed in contrition: first, its ~genus, viz. 230 Suppl, 4 | heavenly country, cannot ~have contrition, because they are void of 231 Suppl, 4 | which are in hell, have no contrition, for ~although they have 232 Suppl, 4 | have charity, they ~have no contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[3] 233 Suppl, 4 | but their ~sorrow is not contrition, because it lacks the efficacy 234 Suppl, 4 | it lacks the efficacy of contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[3] 235 Suppl, 5 | 1/1 - OF THE EFFECT OF CONTRITION (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 236 Suppl, 5 | now consider the effect of contrition: under which head there ~ 237 Suppl, 5 | of sin is the effect of contrition?~(2) Whether contrition 238 Suppl, 5 | contrition?~(2) Whether contrition can take away the debt of 239 Suppl, 5 | entirely?~(3) Whether slight contrition suffices to blot out great 240 Suppl, 5 | of sin is the effect of contrition?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] A[1] 241 Suppl, 5 | sin is not the effect of ~contrition. For God alone forgives 242 Suppl, 5 | are somewhat the cause of ~contrition, since it is an act of our 243 Suppl, 5 | act of our own. Therefore contrition is not ~the cause of forgiveness.~ 244 Suppl, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, contrition is an act of virtue. Now 245 Suppl, 5 | in the soul. ~Therefore contrition is not the cause of the 246 Suppl, 5 | spirit," says: "A hearty contrition is the sacrifice by which ~ 247 Suppl, 5 | ordinate love; and consequently contrition blots out sin.~Aquin.: SMT 248 Suppl, 5 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Contrition can be considered in two 249 Suppl, 5 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether contrition can take away the debt of 250 Suppl, 5 | OBJ 1: It would seem that contrition cannot take away the debt 251 Suppl, 5 | satisfaction. Therefore ~contrition is never so great as to 252 Suppl, 5 | can never be remitted by ~contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] A[2] 253 Suppl, 5 | Further, the sorrow of contrition is finite. Now an infinite ~ 254 Suppl, 5 | mortal, sins. Therefore contrition can ~never be so great as 255 Suppl, 5 | heart's affections, such as contrition is.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[5] 256 Suppl, 5 | is always taken away by ~contrition, this question has already 257 Suppl, 5 | answer that, The intensity of contrition may be regarded in two ways. ~ 258 Suppl, 5 | is so intense that the ~contrition resulting therefrom merits 259 Suppl, 5 | which the will excites in contrition: and since this ~sorrow 260 Suppl, 5 | cannot be sure that his contrition suffices for the ~remission 261 Suppl, 5 | satisfaction, especially since his contrition would not be ~true contrition, 262 Suppl, 5 | contrition would not be ~true contrition, unless he had the purpose 263 Suppl, 5 | Although the sorrow of contrition is finite in its ~intensity, 264 Suppl, 5 | Para. 1/1~Whether slight contrition suffices to blot out great 265 Suppl, 5 | It would seem that slight contrition does not suffice to blot 266 Suppl, 5 | blot out ~great sins. For contrition is the remedy for sin. Now 267 Suppl, 5 | greater. ~Therefore the least contrition does not suffice to blot 268 Suppl, 5 | one ought to have greater contrition. Now contrition does not 269 Suppl, 5 | greater contrition. Now contrition does not blot out ~sin, 270 Suppl, 5 | conditions. Therefore the least ~contrition does not blot out all sins.~ 271 Suppl, 5 | incompatible therewith. Now every contrition is quickened ~by sanctifying 272 Suppl, 5 | 3], A[1]; Q[4]~, A[1]), contrition includes a twofold sorrow. 273 Suppl, 5 | not to ~suffice for real contrition, e.g. if a sin were less 274 Suppl, 5 | is no hindrance to real contrition, ~because it does not, of 275 Suppl, 5 | itself, belong essentially to contrition, but is ~connected with 276 Suppl, 5 | provided it ~suffice for true contrition, blots out all sin.~Aquin.: 277 Suppl, 5 | and the same ~applies to contrition provided it fulfill the 278 Suppl, 6 | condivided with satisfaction and ~contrition. Now all are bound to contrition 279 Suppl, 6 | contrition. Now all are bound to contrition and satisfaction. Therefore ~ 280 Suppl, 6 | confessing is united to contrition, a ~man is bound to have 281 Suppl, 6 | when he is bound to have contrition, ~viz. when he calls his 282 Suppl, 6 | he is bound at least to contrition and to have the purpose ~ 283 Suppl, 7 | iv, D, 17). Now it is in contrition that ~charity is given; 284 Suppl, 7 | Personal Attributes, so that contrition may correspond ~to mercy 285 Suppl, 7 | labor it entails. And since ~contrition is the first part of Penance, 286 Suppl, 7 | Penance as a ~whole, as of contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[7] A[3] 287 Suppl, 7 | penance, in its aspect of contrition, is ~the opposite.~Aquin.: 288 Suppl, 8 | none but adults, in whom ~contrition, together with the purpose 289 Suppl, 8 | essential to the sacrament, viz. contrition and confession. Now ~satisfaction 290 Suppl, 8 | to the sacrament, since contrition, confession, and ~satisfaction, 291 Suppl, 8 | other, because the more contrition ~remits of the punishment, 292 Suppl, 8 | however for the degree of contrition, and ~for confession and 293 Suppl, 9 | confession is condivided with contrition and ~satisfaction. But contrition 294 Suppl, 9 | contrition and ~satisfaction. But contrition and satisfaction are impossible 295 Suppl, 9 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Contrition and satisfaction are offered 296 Suppl, 9 | hence it is essential to contrition and ~satisfaction, but not 297 Suppl, 9 | should be made to him just as contrition is ~made to God: wherefore 298 Suppl, 9 | wherefore as there would be no contrition unless one were ~contrite 299 Suppl, 10| For confession follows contrition. But contrition sufficiently ~ 300 Suppl, 10| follows contrition. But contrition sufficiently ~blots out 301 Suppl, 10| dispensers of the sacraments: for contrition has the ~desire of confession 302 Suppl, 10| sin was not sufficient for contrition, and if at the time he offered ~ 303 Suppl, 10| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Contrition has the desire of confession 304 Suppl, 10| punishment is remitted by contrition, and temporal punishment ~ 305 Suppl, 10| has gone no ~further than contrition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 306 Suppl, 10| afterwards it was opened by contrition implying a desire for confession, ~ 307 Suppl, 10| presupposition ~that there is contrition which blots out guilt: so 308 Suppl, 10| sometimes that by ~previous contrition a sin has been blotted out 309 Suppl, 10| produce its effect, ~unless contrition be presupposed; concerning 310 Suppl, 10| know ~whether it be true contrition, even as neither can one 311 Suppl, 13| satisfaction is condivided with contrition and ~confession. But one 312 Suppl, 13| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Contrition is ordained against the 313 Suppl, 13| from guilt by another's contrition. In like manner by confession 314 Suppl, 13| between ~satisfaction and contrition and confession.~Aquin.: 315 Suppl, 14| pardoned him through his contrition?~(3) Whether a man's previous 316 Suppl, 14| pardoned him through his contrition. For ~Daniel said to Nabuchodonosor ( 317 Suppl, 14| have been ~pardoned through contrition, and before he has made 318 Suppl, 14| already removed by previous contrition, the works of ~satisfaction 319 Suppl, 14| say that ~the greater the contrition the more it alleviates the 320 Suppl, 14| himself ~to the grace of contrition, so that it is probable 321 Suppl, 18| guilt, through faith and contrition, previous to Baptism; but ~ 322 Suppl, 18| manner when a man, ~through contrition, has received the pardon 323 Suppl, 18| that ~even by virtue of his contrition the whole punishment is 324 Suppl, 25| punishment which remains after contrition, absolution, and confession, ~ 325 Suppl, 27| and consequently, true contrition and confession are demanded ~ 326 Suppl, 29| of sin in ~Penance (given contrition) which remission is essential 327 Suppl, 30| remit the stain without contrition, and this remits sin even 328 Suppl, 30| not washed out without ~contrition, yet this sacrament, by 329 Suppl, 30| towards sin to be one of contrition, just as ~may occur in the 330 Appen1, 2| not blotted out save by contrition. But there will be no contrition 331 Appen1, 2| contrition. But there will be no contrition after ~this life, because 332 Appen1, 2| without an actual movement of contrition, ~as stated above (XP, Q[ 333 Appen1, 2| man cannot make an act of contrition for his venial ~sin before 334 Appen2, 1| has been washed away by contrition, nor again ~are venial sins 335 Appen2, 1| follows ~that one who after contrition for his fault and after


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