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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 19 | divine precept, or as giving scandal, or for some such like reason. ~ 2 2, 73 | grave, on account of the scandal and the ~disturbance it 3 2, 73 | account of the example or ~scandal; because, as Gregory says ( 4 2, 87 | justice, and to remove the scandal given ~to others, so that 5 2, 88 | were to give rise to great ~scandal or something of the kind.~ 6 2, 96 | perhaps in order to avoid scandal ~or disturbance, for which 7 2, 96 | provided ~he avoid giving scandal or inflicting a more grievous 8 2, 103 | apostles, in order to avoid ~scandal, should have hidden things 9 2, 103 | in order to avoid giving scandal to the Jews, of ~whom he 10 2, 103 | result being that he ~gave scandal to the Gentiles.~Aquin.: 11 2, 10 | since it would provoke scandal and endanger the faith, 12 2, 10 | this, in order to avoid scandal, for as Our Lord ~showed ( 13 2, 10 | in ~order to avoid giving scandal. Thus Paul too, after saying 14 2, 10 | avoid an evil, e.g. the scandal or disturbance that might ~ 15 2, 30 | both on account of the scandal, and through reverence for ~ 16 2, 31 | the ~imminent danger of scandal concerning faith, and, as 17 2, 31 | unseemly, on account of the ~scandal which ensues therefrom, 18 2, 31 | foregone ~on account of scandal. Now God's commandments 19 2, 32 | peace; (4) offense ~and scandal, which are contrary to beneficence 20 2, 36 | inordinately, as to give scandal to others. Hence the ~Apostle 21 2, 41 | 43] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF SCANDAL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~It remains 22 2, 41 | s neighbor unjustly. But scandal seems to be ~specially opposed 23 2, 41 | Accordingly we must here consider scandal, ~under which head there 24 2, 41 | of inquiry:~(1) What is scandal?~(2) Whether scandal is 25 2, 41 | is scandal?~(2) Whether scandal is a sin?~(3) Whether it 26 2, 41 | 6) Whether they can give scandal?~(7) Whether spiritual goods 27 2, 41 | be foregone on account of scandal?~(8) Whether temporal things 28 2, 41 | be foregone on account of scandal?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 29 2, 41 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether scandal is fittingly defined as 30 2, 41 | OBJ 1: It would seem that scandal is unfittingly defined as " 31 2, 41 | spiritual downfall." For scandal ~is a sin as we shall state 32 2, 41 | right one. If, therefore, scandal is ~something "less" rightly 33 2, 41 | except the best of all, is a scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 34 2, 41 | is unfitting, in defining scandal, to say ~that it is an " 35 2, 41 | indeterminate. ~Consequently, if scandal is something that occasions 36 2, 41 | any deed or word can be a scandal: and this seems unreasonable.~ 37 2, 41 | offends or weakens him. Now scandal is condivided with offense 38 2, 41 | aforesaid definition of scandal ~is unfitting. ~Aquin.: 39 2, 41 | another ~to sin; and this is scandal properly so called.~Aquin.: 40 2, 41 | conducing to his downfall. ~Scandal is, therefore, fittingly 41 2, 41 | come under the head ~of scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 42 2, 41 | evil refrain yourselves." ~Scandal is therefore fittingly described 43 2, 41 | downfall. For this ~reason scandal is said to afford not a 44 2, 41 | his act is called "active scandal." One man's word or ~deed 45 2, 41 | passive," without ~"active scandal," since he that acts rightly 46 2, 41 | happens that there is active scandal in the one together with 47 2, 41 | one together with passive ~scandal in the other, as when one 48 2, 41 | is active without passive scandal, for instance ~when one, 49 2, 41 | is passive without active scandal, as we ~have already said.~ 50 2, 41 | Weakness" denotes proneness to scandal; while "offense" ~signifies 51 2, 41 | spiritual downfall; and "scandal" is ~the stumbling that 52 2, 41 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether scandal is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 53 2, 41 | OBJ 1: It would seem that scandal is not a sin. For sins do 54 2, 41 | scandals ~come." Therefore scandal is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 41 | evil fruit" (Mt. 7:18). But scandal may come ~from a sense of 56 2, 41 | Mt. 16:23): ~"Thou art a scandal unto Me," in reference to 57 2, 41 | by the devil." Therefore scandal is not always a sin.~Aquin.: 58 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, scandal denotes a stumbling. But 59 2, 41 | not always fall. Therefore scandal, which is a spiritual fall, 60 2, 41 | Para. 1/1 ~On the contrary, Scandal is "something less rightly 61 2, 41 | rectitude is a sin. Therefore scandal is always with ~sin.~Aquin.: 62 2, 41 | already said (A[1], ad 4), scandal is of two kinds, ~passive 63 2, 41 | is of two kinds, ~passive scandal in the person scandalized, 64 2, 41 | scandalized, and active scandal in the ~person who gives 65 2, 41 | in the ~person who gives scandal, and so occasions a spiritual 66 2, 41 | downfall. ~Accordingly passive scandal is always a sin in the person 67 2, 41 | Yet there can be passive scandal, without sin on the part 68 2, 41 | action has occasioned the scandal, as for instance, when a 69 2, 41 | deed. In like manner active scandal is ~always a sin in the 70 2, 41 | in the person who gives scandal, since either what he does ~ 71 2, 41 | Yet there can be active scandal without sin on the part 72 2, 41 | conditional necessity ~of scandal; in which sense it is necessary 73 2, 41 | Reply OBJ 2: In that passage scandal denotes any kind of hindrance: 74 2, 41 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether scandal is a special sin?~Aquin.: 75 2, 41 | OBJ 1: It would seem that scandal is not a special sin. For 76 2, 41 | is not a special sin. For scandal is ~"something said or done 77 2, 41 | Therefore every sin is a scandal, and consequently, scandal 78 2, 41 | scandal, and consequently, scandal is not a ~special sin.~Aquin.: 79 2, 41 | stated in Ethic. ~v, 3,5. But scandal is not to be found separately 80 2, 41 | moral act. But the notion of scandal consists in its being ~something 81 2, 41 | species of a sin. Therefore scandal is not a special ~sin.~Aquin.: 82 2, 41 | sin opposed to it. But ~scandal is opposed to a special 83 2, 41 | according to charity." Therefore scandal is a special sin.~Aquin.: 84 2, 41 | As stated above (A[2]), scandal is twofold, active and ~ 85 2, 41 | active and ~passive. Passive scandal cannot be a special sin, 86 2, 41 | On the other hand, active scandal may be understood in two 87 2, 41 | directly and accidently. The scandal is accidental when it is 88 2, 41 | such a case even active scandal is not a special sin, ~because 89 2, 41 | 3] Body Para. 3/3~Active scandal is direct when a man intends, 90 2, 41 | one's neighbor: so too, scandal is a special kind of ~sin, 91 2, 41 | be the matter of active scandal, but it may ~derive the 92 2, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Active scandal can be found separate from 93 2, 41 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Scandal does not derive the species 94 2, 41 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether scandal is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 95 2, 41 | OBJ 1: It would seem that scandal is a mortal sin. For every 96 2, 41 | 12]; Q[35]~, A[3]). But scandal is contrary to charity, 97 2, 41 | above (AA[2],3). ~Therefore scandal is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 98 2, 41 | eternal damnation. But scandal deserves the punishment 99 2, 41 | everlasting torments." Therefore scandal is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 100 2, 41 | turns man away from God. Now scandal is a sin against ~God, for 101 2, 41 | against Christ." ~Therefore scandal is always a mortal sin.~ 102 2, 41 | yet this would be to give scandal. Therefore scandal may be 103 2, 41 | give scandal. Therefore scandal may be a ~venial sin.~Aquin.: 104 2, 41 | As stated above (A[1]), scandal denotes a stumbling ~whereby 105 2, 41 | downfall. Consequently ~passive scandal may sometimes be a venial 106 2, 41 | 4] Body Para. 2/3~Active scandal, if it be accidental, may 107 2, 41 | the ~case of active direct scandal, as when a person intends 108 2, 41 | will be a ~venial sin of scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 109 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~Whether passive scandal may happen even to the perfect?~ 110 2, 41 | would seem that passive scandal may happen even to the ~ 111 2, 41 | Mt. ~16:23): "Thou art a scandal to Me." Much more therefore 112 2, 41 | other perfect ~men suffer scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 113 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, scandal denotes an obstacle which 114 2, 41 | even perfect men can suffer scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 115 2, 41 | ourselves." Now ~passive scandal is not always a mortal sin, 116 2, 41 | A[4]). Therefore passive scandal may be found in perfect ~ 117 2, 41 | for the elders do not take scandal."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 118 2, 41 | 1~I answer that, Passive scandal implies that the mind of 119 2, 41 | of the person who ~takes scandal is unsettled in its adherence 120 2, 41 | in ~Jerusalem." Therefore scandal is not found in those who 121 2, 41 | ad 2), in this passage, scandal is ~used in a broad sense, 122 2, 41 | said to Peter: "Thou art a scandal to Me," because he was endeavoring 123 2, 41 | not scandalized (taking scandal in ~its true sense), by 124 2, 41 | there can be ~an approach to scandal in them, according to Ps. 125 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~Whether active scandal can be found in the perfect?~ 126 2, 41 | It would seem that active scandal can be found in the perfect. ~ 127 2, 41 | scandalized?" ~Therefore active scandal can be found in the perfect.~ 128 2, 41 | Jews?" ~Therefore active scandal can be in the perfect.~Aquin.: 129 2, 41 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, active scandal is sometimes a venial sin. 130 2, 41 | perfect men. Therefore active scandal may be in perfect ~men.~ 131 2, 41 | On the contrary, Active scandal is more opposed to perfection, 132 2, 41 | perfection, than ~passive scandal. But passive scandal cannot 133 2, 41 | passive scandal. But passive scandal cannot be in the perfect. 134 2, 41 | therefore, can active scandal be in them.~Aquin.: SMT 135 2, 41 | 1~I answer that, Active scandal, properly so called, occurs 136 2, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Passive scandal is always due to some active 137 2, 41 | always due to some active scandal; yet ~this active scandal 138 2, 41 | scandal; yet ~this active scandal is not always in another, 139 2, 41 | gentiles in order to avoid the scandal of the Jews, because he 140 2, 41 | others sufficient ground for scandal. Hence they were ~guilty 141 2, 41 | were ~guilty of passive scandal, while there was no active 142 2, 41 | while there was no active scandal in Peter.~Aquin.: SMT SS 143 2, 41 | being hidden cannot give scandal. If, however, they ~commit 144 2, 41 | insufficient in themselves to give scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 145 2, 41 | be foregone on account of scandal?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 146 2, 41 | foregone on ~account of scandal. For Augustine (Contra Ep. 147 2, 41 | foregone on account of ~scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 148 2, 41 | therefrom on account of scandal, according to Mt. 7:6: ~" 149 2, 41 | be foregone on account of scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 150 2, 41 | in order to ~avoid giving scandal to others, as Augustine 151 2, 41 | be foregone on account of scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 152 2, 41 | says that in order to avoid scandal we should forego whatever 153 2, 41 | be omitted on account ~of scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 154 2, 41 | spiritual good in order to avoid scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 155 2, 41 | better to allow the birth of scandal, ~than to abandon the truth." 156 2, 41 | foregone on account ~of scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 157 2, 41 | 2~I answer that, Whereas scandal is twofold, active and passive, 158 2, 41 | does not apply to active scandal, for since active ~scandal 159 2, 41 | scandal, for since active ~scandal is "something said or done 160 2, 41 | done that implies active scandal. The question does, however, 161 2, 41 | however, apply to ~passive scandal, and accordingly we have 162 2, 41 | foregone ~in order to avoid scandal. Now a distinction must 163 2, 41 | in order to avoid giving scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 164 2, 41 | for salvation: because the scandal which arises from such ~ 165 2, 41 | spiritual goods by stirring up scandal. This is the "scandal ~of 166 2, 41 | up scandal. This is the "scandal ~of the Pharisees," who 167 2, 41 | ought to treat such like scandal with ~contempt. Sometimes 168 2, 41 | with ~contempt. Sometimes scandal proceeds from weakness or 169 2, 41 | ignorance, and such ~is the "scandal of little ones." In order 170 2, 41 | order to avoid this kind of scandal, ~spiritual goods ought 171 2, 41 | matter being explained the scandal cease. If, however, the 172 2, 41 | cease. If, however, the scandal ~continue after the matter 173 2, 41 | order to avoid such like scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 174 2, 41 | error in order to avoid any scandal that might ensue. But the 175 2, 41 | omitted in order to avoid scandal, no spiritual good is ~foregone.~ 176 2, 41 | omitted in order to avoid ~scandal; but sometimes they should 177 2, 41 | deferred, on account ~of the scandal of the little ones, as stated 178 2, 41 | venial sin in ~order to avoid scandal. But this implies a contradiction, 179 2, 41 | be foregone on account of scandal?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 180 2, 41 | foregone on account ~of scandal. For we ought to love our 181 2, 41 | welfare which ~is hindered by scandal, more than any temporal 182 2, 41 | omitted in order to avoid scandal. Now temporal goods can 183 2, 41 | foregone in order to avoid scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 184 2, 41 | taking food on account of scandal, according to Rm. ~14:15: " 185 2, 41 | foregone on account of ~scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 186 2, 41 | to justice, especially if scandal ensues: for it is written ( 187 2, 41 | temporal goods on account of scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 188 2, 41 | forego them on account of scandal. For the Apostle while sowing ~ 189 2, 41 | countries, in order ~to avoid scandal. Much more, therefore, ought 190 2, 41 | goods in order to avoid scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 191 2, 41 | notwithstanding that the king took scandal from his ~doing so.~Aquin.: 192 2, 41 | foregone on account of ~scandal. On the other hand, as regards 193 2, 41 | sometimes, on account of scandal, we are bound to ~forego 194 2, 41 | possession of others. For if the scandal ~arise therefrom through 195 2, 41 | stated above, A[7], it is scandal of the little ones) we must ~ 196 2, 41 | temporalities altogether, or the scandal must be ~abated by some 197 2, 41 | unjustly." Sometimes, however, scandal arises from malice. This 198 2, 41 | arises from malice. This is ~scandal of the Pharisees: and we 199 2, 41 | goods in order to avoid scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[43] A[ 200 2, 41 | from food on account of scandal, because our welfare requires ~ 201 2, 41 | food, in order to avoid scandal, according to 1 Cor. ~8: 202 2, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The scandal which the Apostle avoided, 203 2, 42 | among you"; and against scandal (Rm. 14:13): "That you put 204 2, 42 | a ~stumbling-block or a scandal in your brother's way."~ 205 2, 58 | would be an occasion of scandal ~arising in the hearts of 206 2, 61 | forego so doing for fear of scandal, if anyone might take an 207 2, 64 | and ~because it removes scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 208 2, 64 | endeavor to allay whatever scandal he may have given his neighbor ~ 209 2, 67 | perhaps in order to avoid scandal, whence ~some grave disturbance 210 2, 68 | manifest, so that a grave scandal would arise ~if he were 211 2, 76 | this pertains to active scandal, which ~is always sinful, 212 2, 76 | Hence there is passive scandal on his ~part, while there 213 2, 76 | while there is no active scandal on the part of the person 214 2, 76 | borrow. Nor is this passive scandal a reason why the other ~ 215 2, 76 | need, since this passive ~scandal arises not from weakness 216 2, 84 | or if it give rise to scandal ~or contempt, or the like.~ 217 2, 84 | New Law, on ~account of scandal, lest the Church seem to 218 2, 85 | not demand them without scandal, on ~account of their having 219 2, 96 | conversation, both on account of scandal ~and on account of the greater 220 2, 102 | accidentally, in order to avoid scandal ~or danger.~ 221 2, 106 | this can be done without scandal to others; else the multitude 222 2, 106 | cannot be ~punished without scandal to the multitude: unless 223 2, 106 | temporally, than would the scandal that was feared to arise 224 2, 108 | to charity by reason of scandal or any other injury resulting ~ 225 2, 108 | were not deterred through scandal from lying publicly.~Aquin.: 226 2, 108 | accidentally on account of scandal. We may ~take in this sense 227 2, 109 | lie, and because it gives scandal; and although he is wicked 228 2, 113 | been said above concerning scandal (Q[43], AA[3],4). If, ~however, 229 2, 147 | case where this would give ~scandal to certain people.~Aquin.: 230 2, 159 | since he does not give scandal, although others ~take it.~ 231 2, 183 | part of others, as when scandal ~results from a certain 232 2, 183 | provided, however, the scandal is not caused by the wickedness 233 2, 183 | laid aside on account of scandal ~of this kind, according 234 2, 183 | subjects, cessation of the scandal, healing of his infirmity, 235 2, 184 | be greater on account of scandal, ~because many take note 236 2, 184 | profession, without giving scandal (for instance if he commit 237 2, 185 | 12), or to ~avoid giving scandal to the weak, as appears 238 2, 185 | esteem of others, and give scandal to the weak: and show men 239 2, 185 | like the Pharisees, whose scandal our Lord teaches us ~to 240 2, 185 | be avoided. Yet the same scandal might be occasioned through 241 2, 187 | that which gives rise to ~scandal, and is a bad example to 242 2, 187 | example and is an occasion of scandal to ~others, who are thereby 243 2, 187 | entered religion gives neither scandal nor ~bad example by leaving, 244 2, 187 | scandalized, it will be passive scandal on their part, ~and not 245 2, 187 | their part, ~and not active scandal on the part of the person 246 2, 187 | cases it might ~give rise to scandal. Therefore a religious may 247 2, 187 | because this frequently gives scandal to those who remain; ~and 248 3, 40 | But as this might give scandal to the heathens, Paul says 249 3, 42 | anyone's downfall. "But if scandal ~arise from truth, the scandal 250 3, 42 | scandal ~arise from truth, the scandal should be borne rather than 251 3, 66 | In order to avoid the scandal of schism or ~the practice 252 3, 72 | the purpose of avoiding scandal. Therefore it ~seems that 253 3, 72 | sacrament, so long as the scandal was ended.~Aquin.: SMT TP 254 3, 80 | for the ~sake of avoiding scandal or on account of infamy 255 3, 80 | neither on account of avoiding scandal or infamy ~should this sacrament 256 3, 83 | excommunication, unless ~grave scandal were to be feared.~Aquin.: 257 3, 84 | because ~by sinning he gives scandal to others. Consequently 258 3, 89 | Fourthly, on account of scandal, wherefore it is said in 259 3, 89 | orders, because it is a scandal to God's ~people that such 260 Suppl, 9 | satisfaction does ~not give rise to scandal, since like works of satisfaction 261 Suppl, 11| hidden, both on account of ~scandal, and to avoid leading others 262 Suppl, 11| secondly, in order ~to avoid scandal. Now the penitent can make 263 Suppl, 11| should beware of giving ~scandal by revealing the sin, lest 264 Suppl, 11| instituted in order to ~avoid scandal, and to prevent men being 265 Suppl, 11| though he knew it ~otherwise, scandal would result all the same. 266 Suppl, 11| Nevertheless, on account of the scandal he should ~refrain from 267 Suppl, 11| would not be right to avoid scandal so as to desert ~justice: 268 Suppl, 11| be gainsayed for fear of scandal. ~Wherefore when justice 269 Suppl, 11| deterred by the fear of giving scandal, from divulging what he 270 Suppl, 11| he ~ought to avoid giving scandal, as far as he is able.~ 271 Suppl, 28| in order to avoid ~the scandal which the people might take 272 Suppl, 28| on clerics, for ~fear of scandal. Nor ought such a penance 273 Suppl, 43| talk, in order to avoid scandal; for causes whose effects 274 Suppl, 53| simple vow may give rise to scandal since it may be public, 275 Suppl, 53| the contract. Some assign ~scandal as the reason. But this 276 Suppl, 53| vow ~sometimes leads to scandal since it is at times somewhat 277 Suppl, 53| set aside on account of scandal. Wherefore others say ~that


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