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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fornication

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1 1, 16 | that a person commits fornication is true" - is entirely ~ 2 2, 19 | in telling ~him to commit fornication, his will in not willing 3 2, 19 | instance, to refrain from fornication is good: yet the will does 4 2, 70 | joy, and peace: to which, fornication, uncleanness, and ~immodesty, 5 2, 70 | each to each. Thus "to fornication, which is the love of satisfying 6 2, 70 | disturbances arise from fornication: and to these the ~joy of 7 2, 72 | are manifest, which are fornication, uncleanness, immodesty, ~ 8 2, 72 | but he that committeth fornication, sinneth against ~his own 9 2, 72 | his own body." Therefore fornication would be the only carnal 10 2, 72 | gloss says, "in the sin of fornication the soul is ~the body's 11 2, 73 | one kind to another: thus fornication ~is the intercourse of a 12 2, 73 | more grievous sin ~than fornication. Secondly, a circumstance 13 2, 73 | leads a woman to commit fornication deprives her of ~the life 14 2, 73 | harm, it would follow ~that fornication, absolutely speaking, is 15 2, 73 | this harm, but to commit ~fornication. In this case again the 16 2, 74 | the outward deed, e.g. ~fornication, is another. Therefore the 17 2, 74 | malice from the pleasure of ~fornication, as much as the inward thought 18 2, 74 | Further, the external act of fornication or adultery is a mortal ~ 19 2, 74 | more grievous than simple ~fornication. Now it is not a mortal 20 2, 74 | resulting from the thought of ~fornication.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 21 2, 74 | a man who is thinking of fornication, ~may delight in either 22 2, 74 | itself, ~secondly, in the fornication thought of. Now the delectation 23 2, 74 | respect of the ~thought of fornication is not a mortal sin in virtue 24 2, 74 | that a man in thinking of fornication takes pleasure in the act ~ 25 2, 74 | inclination of his appetite to fornication: ~for no man takes pleasure 26 2, 74 | a useless thought about fornication, is a venial sin. But ~delectation 27 2, 74 | delectation in the act itself of fornication is, in its genus, a mortal ~ 28 2, 75 | the end of ambition, or fornication for the ~purpose of theft. 29 2, 75 | another: because in the act of fornication ~committed for the purpose 30 2, 77 | in general, e.g. that "no fornication is ~lawful," knows this 31 2, 77 | proposition, "This is an act of fornication." Therefore it ~seems that 32 2, 77 | in general, e.g. that no ~fornication is lawful, and yet he does 33 2, 77 | that this ~act, which is fornication, must not be done; and this 34 2, 77 | is of the reason, e.g. No fornication is ~lawful, and the other, 35 2, 88 | being ignorant that simple fornication is a ~mortal sin, and contrary 36 2, 88 | God, commits the sin of ~fornication, yet so as to be ready, 37 2, 88 | word for the purpose of ~fornication. On the other hand, the 38 2, 88 | diminished if a man commit fornication in order to utter an idle 39 2, 88 | imbecile, then he that commits ~fornication in a state of such ignorance, 40 2, 94 | is neither adultery nor fornication. The ~same applies to theft, 41 2, 100 | either of adultery or of fornication: ~because he took unto himself 42 2, 103 | things strangled, and from ~fornication." Therefore the legal ceremonies 43 2, 103 | that of idolatry; while fornication is forbidden as being evil ~ 44 2, 103 | Tim. 4:4). With regard to fornication a ~special prohibition was 45 2, 107 | exception save in the case of ~fornication." The same applies to the 46 2, 11 | are ~manifest, which are fornication, uncleanness," and among 47 2, 19 | fornicator, by choosing ~fornication as a good for himself at 48 2, 19 | according to faith, viz. that fornication is a mortal ~sin. In the 49 2, 32 | whereas in other sins, fornication for instance, a man turns 50 2, 33 | written (1 Cor. 6:18): "Fly fornication"; by resistance, ~when perseverance 51 2, 58 | as ~desire is related to fornication, or anger to murder.~Aquin.: 52 2, 60 | woman receives payment for fornication: ~wherefore she may keep 53 2, 62 | Now it is evident that ~fornication and adultery are less grievous 54 2, 62 | a more grievous sin than fornication or ~adultery. Now nobody 55 2, 62 | may lawfully commit simple fornication or adultery ~or any other 56 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 4: The act of fornication or adultery is not necessarily ~ 57 2, 67 | as, for example, simple fornication; ~because human law does 58 2, 83 | thieves in order to commit fornication, his ~theft assumes, in 59 2, 83 | sense, the deformity of fornication, so that even ~though it 60 2, 83 | that it was directed to fornication. Accordingly, sacrifice 61 2, 97 | consecrated ~to God be guilty of fornication: and the same is to be said 62 2, 116 | 18): "He that ~committeth fornication sinneth against his own 63 2, 116 | with all iniquity, ~malice, fornication, covetousness" [Douay: ' 64 2, 116 | with all iniquity . . . fornication, covetousness [Douay: ~' 65 2, 116 | 18), "He ~that committeth fornication sinneth against his own 66 2, 140 | which are upon the earth, fornication . . . ~concupiscence'], 67 2, 146 | gloss on Eph. 5:3, "But ~fornication and all uncleanness," says: " 68 2, 149 | chastity is opposed to fornication. But fornication ~seems 69 2, 149 | opposed to fornication. But fornication ~seems to belong to every 70 2, 149 | as well as of a spiritual fornication ~likewise metaphorically 71 2, 149 | will be called spiritual ~fornication, according to Jer. 3:1, " 72 2, 149 | argument considers spiritual fornication ~metaphorically so called, 73 2, 151 | according to Osee 4:11, "Fornication and ~wine and drunkenness 74 2, 152 | divided?~(2) Whether simple fornication is a mortal sin?~(3) Whether 75 2, 152 | to lust, ~namely, "simple fornication, adultery, incest, seduction, 76 2, 152 | not differ from ~simple fornication, save in the point of a 77 2, 152 | for the uncleanness and fornication and ~lasciviousness that 78 2, 152 | species of lust, as ~well as fornication.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 79 2, 152 | are manifest, which are fornication, ~uncleanness, immodesty, 80 2, 152 | Therefore it seems that ~fornication is unfittingly reckoned 81 2, 152 | when born, there is "simple fornication," which ~is the union of 82 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~Whether simple fornication is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 83 2, 152 | It would seem that simple fornication is not a mortal sin. For ~ 84 2, 152 | par with one ~another. Now fornication comes under the same head 85 2, 152 | things strangled, ~and from fornication." But there is not mortal 86 2, 152 | thanksgiving." Therefore fornication is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 87 2, 152 | fornications." Therefore fornication is not a mortal ~sin.~Aquin.: 88 2, 152 | disapprobation. Yet simple fornication is mentioned without ~disapprobation 89 2, 152 | harlot. Therefore simple fornication is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 90 2, 152 | to charity. But simple ~fornication is not contrary to charity, 91 2, 152 | injured. Therefore simple ~fornication is not a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 92 2, 152 | eternal perdition. But simple ~fornication has not this result: because 93 2, 152 | perish." Therefore simple fornication is not a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: 94 2, 152 | apply especially to simple fornication, which is the least ~grievous 95 2, 152 | thyself . ~. . from all fornication, and beside thy wife never 96 2, 152 | a mortal sin. Therefore fornication and all ~intercourse with 97 2, 152 | from God's kingdom. But ~fornication debars him, as shown by 98 2, 152 | who after mentioning fornication and certain other vices, 99 2, 152 | God." Therefore simple ~fornication is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 100 2, 152 | perjury as for adultery, fornication, and wilful murder and other ~ 101 2, 152 | offenses." Therefore simple fornication is a criminal or mortal ~ 102 2, 152 | doubt we must hold simple fornication to be a ~mortal sin, notwithstanding 103 2, 152 | a mortal sin. Now simple fornication implies an inordinateness 104 2, 152 | matrimony. ~Wherefore, since fornication is an indeterminate union 105 2, 152 | knowledge of a woman by fornication, ~make sufficient provision 106 2, 152 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Fornication is reckoned in conjunction 107 2, 152 | For among the ~Gentiles, fornication was not deemed unlawful, 108 2, 152 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Fornication is said to be a sin, because 109 2, 152 | sinned not in committing ~fornication by God's command. Nor should 110 2, 152 | copulation be strictly ~called fornication, though it be so called 111 2, 152 | handmaidens with no ~purpose of fornication, as we shall show further 112 2, 152 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Simple fornication is contrary to the love 113 2, 152 | 2/2~Nor is it true that fornication is the least of the sins 114 2, 152 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether fornication is the most grievous of 115 2, 152 | OBJ 1: It would seem that fornication is the most grievous of 116 2, 152 | sensuous pleasure is in ~fornication, for a gloss on 1 Cor. 7: 117 2, 152 | Therefore it seems that fornication is ~the gravest of sins.~ 118 2, 152 | 18, "He that committeth fornication sinneth against his own ~ 119 2, 152 | Therefore it seems ~that fornication is the most grievous of 120 2, 152 | against it. Now the sin of fornication is seemingly opposed ~to 121 2, 152 | of a ~harlot?" Therefore fornication is the most grievous of 122 2, 152 | that ~sin is opposed. Now fornication is contrary to the good 123 2, 152 | greatest sensual pleasure is in fornication. ~Hence Augustine says ( 124 2, 152 | because the pleasure of fornication is consummated in the flesh, ~ 125 2, 152 | it follow from this that ~fornication is the most grievous sin, 126 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 3: The sin of fornication is contrary to the good 127 2, 152 | a more grievous sin than fornication and every kind of lust, 128 2, 152 | more grievous. Moreover, fornication is a sin against ~God, not 129 2, 152 | more against Christ than fornication is.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 130 2, 152 | Apostle says (Eph. 5:3): "Fornication and all uncleanness, or ~ 131 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, fornication is stated to be a mortal 132 2, 152 | mortal sin. Wherefore since fornication is a ~mortal sin, and much 133 2, 152 | woman, which ~pertains to fornication. Therefore seduction should 134 2, 152 | species of lust, distinct from fornication.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 135 2, 152 | obstacle to the intercourse of fornication, in that it should be ~removed 136 2, 152 | seduction is not simple fornication, ~since the latter is intercourse 137 2, 152 | for the uncleanness and fornication," etc.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 138 2, 152 | Cor. 7:2): "For fear of fornication, let every man have his 139 2, 152 | consent, whether by ~act of fornication or by the act of marriage: 140 2, 152 | for the ~uncleanness, and fornication, and lasciviousness," where 141 2, 152 | besides. ~Wherefore simple fornication, which is committed without 142 2, 160 | Thus a man who commits fornication, judges that for the ~time 143 2, 160 | is good for him to commit fornication; yet he is not an ~unbeliever, 144 2, 160 | to say that universally fornication ~is good. It is thus in 145 2, 160 | their genus (for instance fornication and adultery) there are 146 2, 161 | graver sin than simple fornication. The other gravity of sin 147 2, 166 | species, such as murder, fornication, and the like: and fun is 148 2, 184 | instance if he be guilty of fornication or theft, ~because by fornication 149 2, 184 | fornication or theft, ~because by fornication he acts against the vow 150 3, 40 | filled; they have committed ~fornication, and have not ceased." But 151 3, 80 | example if one ~guilty of fornication were to deem simple fornication 152 3, 80 | fornication were to deem simple fornication not to be a mortal ~sin; 153 3, 80 | sins which are graver than ~fornication, especially the sin of unbelief. 154 3, 80 | in a measure the sin of fornication makes one more unfit for ~ 155 3, 80 | distraction of mind as fornication, on account of its intense ~ 156 3, 82 | are many sins graver than fornication. But it is ~not forbidden 157 3, 82 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although fornication is not graver than other 158 3, 84 | for the uncleanness and fornication and lasciviousness, that 159 3, 88 | sin may be one of simple fornication, while the previous sins ~ 160 3, 89 | act of perjury, robbery, fornication, and of such like crimes, ~ 161 Suppl, 8 | more grievous than that ~of fornication in a priest, because the 162 Suppl, 8 | guilty of murder, while for fornication a priest ~is punished for 163 Suppl, 8 | years is prescribed for fornication, ~according to the Canons ( 164 Suppl, 8 | imposed on a young man for fornication, than on an old man, though 165 Suppl, 28| after doing penance for fornication are not ~given the veil, 166 Suppl, 43| the spouse were to ~commit fornication with a kinswoman of his 167 Suppl, 43| dissolved on ~account of the fornication of one of the parties. For 168 Suppl, 43| if meanwhile they commit ~fornication. Consequently a betrothal 169 Suppl, 43| hateful to God by committing fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 170 Suppl, 45| marriage he will ~commit fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 171 Suppl, 46| affianced ~husband is guilty of fornication, and should be punished 172 Suppl, 48| children and the avoiding of fornication. But the ~accidental final 173 Suppl, 49| Further, the intercourse of fornication and that of marriage are 174 Suppl, 49| But the intercourse of ~fornication is wrong in itself. Therefore, 175 Suppl, 49| marriage act differs not from fornication except by ~the marriage 176 Suppl, 49| wife in order to avoid ~fornication, does not seemingly intend 177 Suppl, 49| very purpose of avoiding fornication (1 Cor. 7:2,6). Therefore ~ 178 Suppl, 49| not differ from the act of fornication ~except in the aforesaid 179 Suppl, 49| aforesaid goods. But the act of fornication is always evil. ~Therefore 180 Suppl, 49| marriage act to prevent fornication ~in his wife, it is no sin, 181 Suppl, 49| if he intends to avoid ~fornication in himself, then there is 182 Suppl, 55| natural which ~is common to fornication and marriage, and in this 183 Suppl, 59| as unbelief is spiritual fornication, so is any ~kind of sin. 184 Suppl, 59| because it is spiritual ~fornication, for the same reason any 185 Suppl, 59| excepting for the cause of fornication, maketh her to commit ~adultery."~ 186 Suppl, 59| 1~I answer that, Bodily fornication and unbelief have a special ~ 187 Suppl, 59| account of ~either unbelief or fornication. But marriage cannot be 188 Suppl, 59| designated by the name of ~fornication: whereas other sins are 189 Suppl, 61| consummated marriage, namely fornication. Under the first head there 190 Suppl, 62| ITS CONSUMMATION, NAMELY FORNICATION (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 191 Suppl, 62| its consummation, namely fornication, which is an impediment 192 Suppl, 62| wife away on account ~of fornication?~(2) Whether he is bound 193 Suppl, 62| his wife on account of ~fornication?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 194 Suppl, 62| his wife on ~account of fornication. For we must not return 195 Suppl, 62| away his wife on account of fornication, seemingly ~returns evil 196 Suppl, 62| is greater if both commit fornication, than if ~one only commits 197 Suppl, 62| commits it. But if both commit fornication, they cannot be ~divorced 198 Suppl, 62| be, if only one ~commits fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 199 Suppl, 62| OBJ 3: Further, spiritual fornication and certain other sins are 200 Suppl, 62| more ~grievous than carnal fornication. But separation from bed 201 Suppl, 62| it be done on account of ~fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 202 Suppl, 62| the marriage ~goods than fornication is, the manner of which 203 Suppl, 62| of separation rather than fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 204 Suppl, 62| faith. ~But a spouse by fornication breaks the faith due to 205 Suppl, 62| other away on account of fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 206 Suppl, 62| his wife on account ~of fornication, in punishment of the unfaithful 207 Suppl, 62| a wife who has committed fornication, ~when either the wife is 208 Suppl, 62| husband also has committed fornication; ~the second is if he has 209 Suppl, 62| wife who has committed fornication, but he does not sin if 210 Suppl, 62| 2: Divorce on account of fornication is effected by the one ~ 211 Suppl, 62| when both have committed ~fornication, although marriage is more 212 Suppl, 62| when both are ~guilty of fornication that when only one is.~Aquin.: 213 Suppl, 62| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Fornication is directly opposed to the 214 Suppl, 62| they be ~more grievous than fornication, are not motives for a divorce. 215 Suppl, 62| which is called spiritual fornication, is also opposed ~to the 216 Suppl, 62| the same way ~as bodily fornication. Because one may take steps 217 Suppl, 62| account of one act of carnal fornication, not, however, on account 218 Suppl, 62| wife when she is ~guilty of fornication?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 219 Suppl, 62| his wife who is guilty of fornication. For since the husband is 220 Suppl, 62| the wife who is guilty of fornication. ~Therefore he is bound 221 Suppl, 62| retains a wife guilty of ~fornication would seem to consent with 222 Suppl, 62| joined to a wife guilty of fornication ceases to be a member of ~ 223 Suppl, 62| the marriage tie, so does ~fornication dissolve the marriage-bed. 224 Suppl, 62| knowing her to be guilty of fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 225 Suppl, 62| put away on ~account of fornication." Therefore it is not a 226 Suppl, 62| the wife, by committing fornication, sinned against ~her husband. 227 Suppl, 62| away of a wife guilty of fornication was ~prescribed in order 228 Suppl, 62| corrected for her sin of fornication not ~only by this punishment 229 Suppl, 62| becomes unlawful. Whereas fornication does not remove the ~said 230 Suppl, 62| his wife on account ~of fornication?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 231 Suppl, 62| his wife on account of fornication. For when sentence has been 232 Suppl, 62| wife away on account of fornication. Therefore no further ~judgment 233 Suppl, 62| cognizant of his wife's fornication a ~husband has marital intercourse 234 Suppl, 62| Church. Now the crime of fornication cannot be ~proved, since " 235 Suppl, 62| away his wife on account of fornication, he would ~avenge himself. 236 Suppl, 62| he ~has evidence of her fornication: nor is he bound to pay 237 Suppl, 62| at once prove the wife's ~fornication. Now this putting away is 238 Suppl, 62| Virgin not as ~suspected of fornication, but because in reverence 239 Suppl, 62| discover her in ~the sin of fornication, and so proceed to accusation. 240 Suppl, 62| be strong suspicions of fornication, ~which suspicions being 241 Suppl, 62| suspicions being proved the fornication seems to be proved: for ~ 242 Suppl, 62| character as in simple ~fornication, and something more which 243 Suppl, 62| common to adultery and ~fornication, the sin of the husband 244 Suppl, 62| more grievously in simple fornication than a woman, ~because he 245 Suppl, 62| which ~adultery adds to fornication and for which reason it 246 Suppl, 62| more grievous than simple ~fornication, it follows that, simply 247 Suppl, 62| wife forever on account of ~fornication, as stated above (A[2]). 248 Suppl, 62| on account of the sin of fornication is not ~allowed to seek 249 Suppl, 62| wife, except it be for fornication, and shall marry another 250 Suppl, 62| away his wife on account of fornication, and ~consequently this 251 Suppl, 62| spiritual disease, namely fornication, so as to be ~incorrigible.~ 252 Suppl, 62| husband's accusation ~of fornication. Therefore in no way is 253 Suppl, 62| not to put her away after ~fornication. Therefore, for the same 254 Suppl, 62| the wife who is guilty of fornication. He cannot, ~however, be 255 Suppl, 63| second husband is in truth fornication," which is unlawful. ~Therefore 256 Suppl, 63| concupiscence which incites also to fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[63] A[ 257 Suppl, 63| non-sacramental union, such as fornication. Yet irregularity is ~contracted 258 Suppl, 63| Christ, else ~it commits fornication with the devil. Nor is there 259 Suppl, 64| directed to the avoiding of fornication (1 Cor. ~7:2). But this 260 Suppl, 64| sin, should she fall into ~fornication on this account, is somewhat 261 Suppl, 64| asking; since he might commit fornication. ~Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 262 Suppl, 65| of the natural law. But ~fornication is forbidden (Acts 15:29) 263 Suppl, 65| heathens. Therefore simple fornication which ~is intercourse with 264 Suppl, 65| says (De Invent. ii). Now fornication was not forbidden by positive 265 Suppl, 65| in many cases practiced fornication as though it ~were lawful, 266 Suppl, 65| inserted the prohibition of fornication among that of other ceremonial ~ 267 Suppl, 65| greater sin than simple fornication: and ~a proof of this is 268 Suppl, 65| did not abhor to commit fornication ~with Thamar, recoiled from 269 Suppl, 65| Neither therefore is simple fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 270 Suppl, 65| mortal sins. ~Therefore fornication, which is a sin of the flesh, 271 Suppl, 65| sins, neither is simple fornication a ~mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 272 Suppl, 65| 9,10). Therefore simple fornication is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 273 Suppl, 65| are called crimes. Now all fornication is a ~crime according to 274 Suppl, 65| thyself . . . from all ~fornication, and beside thy wife never 275 Suppl, 65| since the intercourse of fornication destroys the due relations 276 Suppl, 65| be no doubt that simple fornication by its very nature is a ~ 277 Suppl, 65| lie while he avoided not fornication. Nevertheless ~that would 278 Suppl, 65| law. The same applies to fornication.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 279 Suppl, 65| of sin. Hence although ~fornication is less grave on account 280 Suppl, 65| before the ~time of the Law fornication was not a sin; and he proved 281 Suppl, 66| Further, a man who commits fornication with several women gives ~ 282 Suppl, 66| a man who had committed fornication with ~several women would 283 Suppl, 66| those who are guilty of fornication give proof of ~greater concupiscence, 284 Suppl, 66| concupiscence, since ~by fornication one party is not bound to 285 Suppl, 66| and not in law, he commits fornication if he has not a ~lawful 286 Suppl, 66| flesh among several women by fornication or adultery. ~Therefore 287 Suppl, 66| is no such likeness in ~fornication or adultery. Hence the comparison 288 Suppl, 66| Again, according to this, fornication would be the sacred sign ~[ 289 Suppl, 66| OBJ 4: If a woman commits fornication after being married, her ~ 290 Suppl, 67| without her ~having committed fornication," in which case alone the 291 Suppl, 67| contrary, Barrenness and fornication are more opposed to ~marriage 292 Suppl, 67| Christ admitted none but fornication: and He commands other ~ 293 Suppl, 67| deformity, ~or in soul as fornication or the like which amounts 294 Suppl, 68| as those who are born of ~fornication; some are legitimate and 295 Suppl, 68| is proper to man: since fornication, ~adultery, and the like


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