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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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remission

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | merely ~in intensity and remission, as that which is less white 2 1, 21 | Hence the Apostle calls ~remission a forgiving: "Forgive one 3 1, 48 | quantity, but rather by way of ~remission, as diminution in qualities 4 1, 48 | qualities and forms. The remission likewise ~of this habitude 5 1, 48 | contrary, it receives its remission by contrary dispositions ~ 6 1, 64 | after death they are without remission ~and endure for ever.~Aquin.: 7 1, 49 | quantity, but rather by way of ~remission, as diminution in qualities 8 1, 49 | qualities and forms. The remission likewise ~of this habitude 9 1, 49 | contrary, it receives its remission by contrary dispositions ~ 10 1, 65 | after death they are without remission ~and endure for ever.~Aquin.: 11 1, 94 | required grace also for the remission of ~sin, and for the support 12 1, 96 | recovered grace as ~regards remission of guilt and the merit of 13 2, 52 | concerning intensity and remission of habits and forms, as 14 2, 52 | cannot ~vary in intensity and remission: wherefore in the genus 15 2, 52 | two ~ways intensity and remission may be observed in habits 16 2, 74 | recited every day for the remission ~of venial sins, as Augustine 17 2, 87 | because in hell there is no remission of ~sins. Therefore venial 18 2, 87 | without which there is no remission of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 19 2, 89 | means of grace, receive the remission of original sin: whereas 20 2, 98 | not confer grace unto the remission ~of sins, although by fulfilling 21 2, 102 | priests to signify that remission of sins is granted by God 22 2, 105 | because it is the year of remission of the Lord"; ~and (Ex. 23 2, 105 | to do so as the year of remission drew nigh, as ~stated in 24 2, 105 | in the ~seventh year of remission: wherefore he was punished 25 2, 110 | says: ~"Grace, i.e. the remission of sins." Now the remission 26 2, 110 | remission of sins." Now the remission of sin implies ~nothing 27 2, 110 | that grace ~was for the remission of sins, and peace for our 28 2, 110 | of grace signifies the ~remission of sins." Not only grace, 29 2, 110 | to grace. And hence the remission of sins does not take ~place 30 2, 113 | required?~(6) Whether the remission of sins is to be reckoned 31 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly is the remission of sins?~Aquin.: SMT FS 32 2, 113 | the ungodly is not the ~remission of sins. For sin is opposed 33 2, 113 | justice. Therefore not even remission of sin ~is justification, 34 2, 113 | Anima ii, text. 49. Now the remission of sins is ~brought about 35 2, 113 | all sins." Therefore the remission of sins ought to be named ~ 36 2, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the remission of sins seems to be the 37 2, 113 | justification is ~not the remission of sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS 38 2, 113 | gloss says i.e. "by the remission of sins." Therefore the 39 2, 113 | of sins." Therefore the remission ~of sins is justification.~ 40 2, 113 | anyone is changed by the remission of ~sins from the state 41 2, 113 | motion of God is not the remission of sins, ~but its cause.~ 42 2, 113 | grace is required for the remission of guilt, ~i.e. for the 43 2, 113 | would seem that for the remission of guilt, which is the ~ 44 2, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the remission of guilt consists in the 45 2, 113 | is not ~required for the remission of guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS 46 2, 113 | could not conceive ~the remission of guilt, without the infusion 47 2, 113 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the remission of sins ought to be reckoned 48 2, 113 | It would seem that the remission of sins ought not to be 49 2, 113 | the ungodly is itself the remission of sins, as stated ~above ( 50 2, 113 | above (A[1]). Therefore the remission of sins ought not to be 51 2, 113 | Further, infusion of grace and remission of sins are the same; as ~ 52 2, 113 | multitude. Therefore the remission of sins ought not to be 53 2, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the remission of sin follows as effect 54 2, 113 | simultaneous. Hence the remission of sins ought ~not to be 55 2, 113 | of everything. Now the ~remission of sins is the end of the 56 2, 113 | be taken away." Hence the remission of sins ought to be reckoned ~ 57 2, 113 | free-will towards sin, and the remission of sins. The reason for 58 2, 113 | movement is implied in the remission of ~sins; for in this is 59 2, 113 | the ungodly is called the remission of ~sins, even as every 60 2, 113 | infusion of grace and the remission of sin may be ~considered 61 2, 113 | evil, and do good." Now the remission of sins regards the turning 62 2, 113 | turning to good. Hence ~the remission of sin is naturally before 63 2, 113 | takes place. ~Hence the remission of sin and the free-will' 64 2, 113 | towards sin; the fourth, the ~remission of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 65 2, 113 | of the ~movement is the remission of sin, as stated above ( 66 2, 113 | fourth and last is the ~remission of sin, to which this transmutation 67 2, 113 | infusion of grace and the ~remission of sin regard God Who justifies, 68 2, 13 | because it is contrary to the ~remission of sins, which is the work 69 2, 19 | universal, that there is remission of sins in the Church.~Aquin.: 70 2, 20 | from God's ~justice, the remission of which presumption hopes 71 2, 60 | compensation to grant him a remission or a respite.~Aquin.: SMT 72 2, 65 | harmful to none. Now the remission of his punishment profits ~ 73 2, 65 | injured party consent to the remission, and that this do not seem ~ 74 2, 103 | directly to repentance ~and the remission of sins.~Aquin.: SMT SS 75 2, 155 | further punishment; and ~remission of punishment due amounts 76 2, 157 | cruelty and savagery, namely remission or laxity. For Gregory ~ 77 2, 157 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Remission of punishment is not a vice, 78 2, 157 | order altogether. Wherefore remission of punishment is ~opposed 79 2, 187 | religion ~a man obtains remission of all his sins. For if 80 3, 1 | His Son, ~to grant to all remission of their sin and to offer 81 3, 1 | Christ: the first, for the remission of sins; the second, to 82 3, 3 | Incarnation is ordained to the remission of sins, ~according to Mt. 83 3, 3 | from their sins." Now the remission of sins is attributed to ~ 84 3, 3 | the ~Holy Ghost. But the remission of sins is caused by the 85 3, 22 | reasons. First, for the ~remission of sin, by which he is turned 86 3, 38 | baptism of penance unto remission of sins." But penance and 87 3, 38 | of sins." But penance and remission of ~sins are the effect 88 3, 38 | sins ~is ordered to their remission, which is effected by grace. 89 3, 38 | baptism of John effect the remission of ~sins, which cannot be 90 3, 38 | penance leads men on to "the remission ~of sins."~Aquin.: SMT TP 91 3, 38 | baptism of penance unto remission of sins," not ~as though 92 3, 38 | sins was not made unto the remission of ~sins, to be realized 93 3, 39 | is efficacious ~unto the remission of sin and the conferring 94 3, 39 | Christ needed ~neither the remission of sin, which was not in 95 3, 39 | of baptism, which is the remission of sins and ~reconciliation 96 3, 62 | which is ordained unto the ~remission of sins is derived principally 97 3, 67 | by Baptism receive a full remission both of guilt and of ~its 98 3, 68 | without which there is no remission of sins. And for this ~reason 99 3, 69 | sufficient cause of the remission of actual ~sins. But penance 100 3, 69 | has nothing to do with the remission of actual sins.~Aquin.: 101 3, 69 | shedding of ~blood there is no remission." Consequently no movement 102 3, 69 | human will ~suffices for the remission of sin, unless there be 103 3, 69 | none, seemingly, with the remission of the debt of punishment. ~ 104 3, 69 | refreshing it signifies the remission of the debt of punishment, 105 3, 69 | abundantly," i.e. "unto the ~remission of sins and the fulness 106 3, 69 | and by its refreshment the remission of ~punishment, so by its 107 3, 69 | Baptism, he ~receives a fuller remission, as to the remission of 108 3, 69 | fuller remission, as to the remission of the entire ~punishment. 109 3, 69 | full effect, which is the remission of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT 110 3, 69 | its effect, which is the ~remission of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT 111 3, 70 | salvation for all, and is "The ~Remission of all sins" (Post-Communion, 112 3, 70 | that effect which is the remission of guilt, but not as to 113 3, 70 | circumcised, they received remission not ~only of original, but 114 3, 71 | man grace unto the full remission of sins. ~But those things 115 3, 71 | against his ~receiving the remission of sin through the sacrament. 116 3, 72 | Baptism which bestows full remission of sins is not less efficacious 117 3, 72 | as he can ~also receive remission of sins without Baptism. 118 3, 72 | given ~not only for the remission of sin, but also for growth 119 3, 72 | penitent will obtain fuller remission of his sin. And ~if any 120 3, 72 | contrite, he will receive the ~remission of his sins through the 121 3, 72 | Confirmation: since it bestows full remission of ~sins, both as to guilt 122 3, 78 | shed for many unto the ~remission of sins." The words added, 123 3, 79 | be shed for many unto the remission of ~sins."~Aquin.: SMT TP 124 3, 79 | directly ordained for the ~remission of punishment and guilt: 125 3, 79 | others, "shall ~be shed unto remission of sins."~Aquin.: SMT TP 126 3, 84 | Baptism, which confers full remission of all ~sins, both as to 127 3, 84 | but are prayers for the remission of venial sins. Wherefore ~ 128 3, 84 | there is no doubt ~that remission of sins is granted through 129 3, 84 | wherein nevertheless a fuller remission of sins is bestowed.~Aquin.: 130 3, 84 | day: and that penance ~and remission of sins should be preached 131 3, 84 | 24:47) that "penance and remission ~of sins should be preached 132 3, 84 | is ~efficacious unto the remission of sins.~Aquin.: SMT TP 133 3, 84 | penitent's work is ~the full remission of sin both as to guilt 134 3, 86 | of the will, there is no remission of sins, ~even in Baptism, 135 3, 86 | His Blood . . . for the ~remission of former sins." Now Christ' 136 3, 86 | operating grace, while the remission of the debt of temporal 137 3, 86 | co-operating grace, so too, the remission of ~guilt and of eternal 138 3, 86 | Baptism, man receives the remission of all debt of punishment. 139 3, 86 | are they taken away by the remission of guilt, ~which is a work 140 3, 86 | Therefore after the first remission of sin, whereby the sinner 141 3, 86 | does nothing towards ~the remission of guilt, since this is 142 3, 86 | shedding of blood ~there is no remission." Now Penance, as a sacrament, 143 3, 87 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE REMISSION OF VENIAL SIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 144 3, 87 | is not sufficient for the remission ~of mortal sin, except as 145 3, 87 | grace is necessary for the remission of venial sins?~Aquin.: 146 3, 87 | grace is necessary for the ~remission of venial sins. Because 147 3, 87 | the proper cause of the remission of sins is grace; for ~man' 148 3, 87 | suffices by ~itself for the remission of venial sins. Therefore 149 3, 87 | nothing ~to do with the remission of venial sins.~Aquin.: 150 3, 87 | not suffice for the ~full remission of venial sins.~Aquin.: 151 3, 87 | Lord's Prayer cause the remission of venial sins: and the 152 3, 87 | certain things cause the remission of venial ~sins: first, 153 3, 87 | s Prayer ~conduce to the remission of venial sins, for we ask 154 3, 87 | the kind, conduce to the ~remission of venial sins.~Aquin.: 155 3, 87 | All these things cause the remission of venial sins, in so ~far 156 3, 87 | concerned, conduce to ~the remission of all venial sins: but 157 3, 87 | all venial sins: but the remission may be hindered as ~regards 158 3, 87 | grace is required for the remission of ~venial sin. but it is 159 3, 87 | 87], A[3]), there is no remission of ~any sin whatever except 160 3, 87 | grace is requisite for ~the remission of venial sin, yet it is 161 3, 88 | absolutely; so that if the remission of sins were ~effected by 162 3, 88 | sufficient causes of the ~remission of sins, which is erroneous, 163 3, 88 | the ~benefactor, it is the remission of something due to him; 164 3, 89 | 1]). But there can be no remission of sins except through the ~ 165 Suppl, 1 | confession are necessary for the ~remission of the punishment which 166 Suppl, 1 | particles. And since, for the ~remission of sin, it is necessary 167 Suppl, 5 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the remission of sin is the effect of 168 Suppl, 5 | of guilt, but ~also the remission of all punishment. Secondly, 169 Suppl, 5 | intense as to suffice ~for the remission of both guilt and punishment.~ 170 Suppl, 5 | contrition suffices for the ~remission of both punishment and guilt: 171 Suppl, 5 | and so it ~avails for the remission of both guilt and punishment.~ 172 Suppl, 5 | this would suffice for ~the remission of the sin.~ 173 Suppl, 6 | ordained for the sake of the remission of ~sin. But sin is sufficiently 174 Suppl, 6 | from it. ~Wherefore for the remission of both actual and original 175 Suppl, 6 | of grace suffices for the remission of sin; ~but after the sin 176 Suppl, 6 | remains bound ~after the remission of sin, is temporal, wherefore 177 Suppl, 6 | to its conducing to the remission of sin, as explained above.~ 178 Suppl, 6 | infinity, in which ~respect the remission of sin must needs begin 179 Suppl, 10| directly ordained to the remission of punishment, which it 180 Suppl, 10| confession works for the remission of the punishment in virtue 181 Suppl, 17| set free from hell by the remission of the debt of ~eternal 182 Suppl, 17| And since every grace and remission in a mystical body ~comes 183 Suppl, 17| is the minister for the remission of sins. Therefore he ~should 184 Suppl, 18| the keys extends to the remission of guilt?~(2) Whether a 185 Suppl, 18| the keys extends to the remission of guilt? [*St. ~Thomas 186 Suppl, 18| the keys extends to the remission ~of guilt. For it was said 187 Suppl, 18| exercises a ~power over the remission of the guilt.~Aquin.: SMT 188 Suppl, 18| Penance grace is given for the remission of sin. Now ~the priest 189 Suppl, 18| priest ~operates unto the remission of sin by virtue of the 190 Suppl, 18| keys does not extend to the remission of guilt.~Aquin.: SMT XP 191 Suppl, 18| children receive grace and remission of sin without any previous ~ 192 Suppl, 18| and then the grace of ~the remission of guilt is bestowed through 193 Suppl, 18| the keys operates unto the remission of guilt, either ~through 194 Suppl, 18| ordained, in a manner, to the remission of guilt, ~not as causing 195 Suppl, 18| guilt, ~not as causing that remission, but as disposing thereto. 196 Suppl, 18| in no way ordained to the remission of guilt, but ~only to the 197 Suppl, 18| guilt, but ~only to the remission of punishment, as some hold, 198 Suppl, 18| are ordained, not to the ~remission of guilt, but against punishment. 199 Suppl, 18| is not ordained unto the remission of guilt, because the use 200 Suppl, 18| that has its effect in the remission of guilt when the ~sacrament 201 Suppl, 18| causing then and there the remission of guilt, and by co-operating ~ 202 Suppl, 18| dispose the penitent to the remission ~of his guilt, from the 203 Suppl, 18| operation, causes grace, or the remission of guilt, ~directly, but 204 Suppl, 18| keys does not effect the ~remission of guilt directly, and this 205 Suppl, 18| obtain the grace of the remission of his sins as ~to their 206 Suppl, 18| operation ordained to the remission of guilt, in ~the way mentioned 207 Suppl, 18| wisely. ~Therefore in the remission of the due punishment, there 208 Suppl, 19| members of the Dove. But the remission of sins is the use ~of the 209 Suppl, 19| Augustine speaks of the remission of sins in so far as holy ~ 210 Suppl, 20| itself, extends to the ~remission of all sins. But since, 211 Suppl, 20| from a crime, ~but for the remission of the punishment he must 212 Suppl, 22| which confer grace, hence ~remission of venial sins follows the 213 Suppl, 25| Penance, conducing to the remission of the ~punishment due, 214 Suppl, 25| heaven. Wherefore whatever remission is granted in the court 215 Suppl, 25| judgment of God, for the remission of the ~punishment which 216 Suppl, 25| particular ~person, who needs the remission of his punishment (else 217 Suppl, 25| would have ~received this remission without any indulgence at 218 Suppl, 25| one man would obtain the remission ~of his punishment if another 219 Suppl, 25| Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: The remission which is granted by means 220 Suppl, 25| man obtains a seven years' remission. If, then, an indulgence ~ 221 Suppl, 25| indulgences would no longer be a remission, but rather a mere ~commutation. 222 Suppl, 25| say that the quantity of remission accorded in an ~indulgence 223 Suppl, 25| cause, so would he obtain remission in whole or in part. But ~ 224 Suppl, 25| Wherefore the amount of the ~remission granted by the indulgence 225 Suppl, 25| cause. Now the cause of the ~remission of punishment effected by 226 Suppl, 25| abundance suffices for the ~remission of all punishment. The effective 227 Suppl, 25| The effective cause of the remission is not ~the devotion, or 228 Suppl, 25| estimate the ~quantity of the remission by any of the foregoing, 229 Suppl, 25| person so does he obtain ~remission. That they should be so 230 Suppl, 25| on a man's decision. The remission granted through indulgences 231 Suppl, 25| indulgences avail much for the remission of ~punishment, yet works 232 Suppl, 25| infinitely transcends the remission of ~temporal punishment.~ 233 Suppl, 25| days' journey: because the remission, as ~stated above, is proportionate, 234 Suppl, 25| not as a measure of the ~remission of punishment, but in order 235 Suppl, 25| temporal help. Because the remission of sins is something spiritual. 236 Suppl, 26| grant an indulgence. Because remission of sins is an effect of 237 Suppl, 26| OBJ 2: Further, a fuller remission of punishment is granted 238 Suppl, 27| of grace, but not for the remission of ~their punishment, since 239 Suppl, 27| God's operation ~unto the remission of guilt, cannot receive 240 Suppl, 27| guilt, cannot receive the remission of his ~punishment from 241 Suppl, 27| are applied, but ~for the remission of punishment. Hence they 242 Suppl, 27| indulgences; ~although, as to the remission of punishment, which is 243 Suppl, 27| indulgence is directed to the remission of punishment, just as ~ 244 Suppl, 27| accidental rewards, such as the remission of punishment and the like.~ 245 Suppl, 27| indulgence might ~gain the remission of the punishment of all 246 Suppl, 27| his jurisdiction, is the remission ~of punishment by means 247 Suppl, 29| since it avails for ~the remission of sins, according to James 248 Suppl, 29| anointed does not convey ~the remission of sins to them by its unction, 249 Suppl, 29| Unction confers grace and remission of sins, there is no doubt 250 Suppl, 29| transubstantiation in the Eucharist, remission of sin in ~Penance (given 251 Suppl, 29| given contrition) which remission is essential to the sacrament ~ 252 Suppl, 29| only one effect, viz. the remission of sins, and not of the 253 Suppl, 29| and the effect, viz. "remission of sins."~Aquin.: SMT XP 254 Suppl, 30| Extreme Unction avails for the remission of sins?~(2) Whether bodily 255 Suppl, 30| Extreme Unction avails for the remission of sins?~Aquin.: SMT XP 256 Suppl, 30| does not avail for the ~remission of sins. For when a thing 257 Suppl, 30| Extreme ~Unction for the remission of his sins. Therefore sins 258 Suppl, 30| after recovery. Therefore ~remission of sins is by no means the 259 Suppl, 30| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, remission of sins takes place, not 260 Suppl, 30| required. Therefore the remission of ~sins is not its effect.~ 261 Suppl, 30| New Law, its effect is the remission of sins.~Aquin.: SMT XP 262 Suppl, 30| too, James speaks of the remission of sin as being conditional, 263 Suppl, 30| of this sacrament is ~the remission of sin, as to its remnants, 264 Suppl, 31| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Remission of sins is given in this 265 Suppl, 71| they would suffice for the remission of his entire ~punishment. 266 Suppl, 71| speaking, is directed to the ~remission of punishment. Consequently, 267 Suppl, 71| Consequently, as regards the remission of ~punishment, suffrages 268 Suppl, 75| Church will receive the remission of all debts: and one of 269 Suppl, 93| subject to ~intension or remission. Now the aureole is due 270 Suppl, 93| subject to ~intension or remission.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 271 Suppl, 93| subject to intension ~or remission. Therefore neither does 272 Suppl, 93| wit, receive intension or remission.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 273 Suppl, 93| diversified: for the ~intension or remission of a thing follows from 274 Suppl, 93| follows from the intension or remission ~of its cause. Now the merit 275 Appen1, 2| expounded as referring to the remission of venial ~sins as to their 276 Appen1, 2| their account: because the remission of ~sin diminishes punishment 277 Appen1, 2| On the other hand, the remission of venial ~sin proceeds 278 Appen1, 2| before, notwithstanding the remission or commission of venial 279 Appen1, 2| meritorious act in respect of the remission ~of venial sin.~Aquin.:


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