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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sinners

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1 1, 20 | under another. God loves sinners in so far ~as they are existing 2 1, 20 | Him. In so far as they are sinners, they have not existence 3 1, 49 | should be dealt out to ~sinners. And so God is the author 4 1, 50 | should be dealt out to ~sinners. And so God is the author 5 1, 92 | obscured and disfigured," as in sinners; or "clear and beautiful," 6 2, 39 | consigned to the hell of sinners." Therefore sorrow is not 7 2, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, that sinners should thrive and that the 8 2, 98 | might find ~themselves to be sinners, and being humbled might 9 2, 114 | merit, since ~God hears sinners who beseech the pardon of 10 2, 114 | know that God doth not hear sinners," otherwise it would have ~ 11 2, 6 | is frequently the case in sinners, are from God.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 7 | He intends to inflict on sinners.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[7] A[1] 13 2, 7 | separated from Him, and that sinners will suffer penal evils 14 2, 13 | possible to ~despair of some sinners. Therefore the sin against 15 2, 19 | to mankind, and pardon to sinners, according to Ezech. ~18: 16 2, 19 | or ~that He does not turn sinners to Himself by sanctifying 17 2, 20 | or that He does not turn sinners to repentance, so ~is it 18 2, 22 | by charity we love even sinners, ~whereas friendship based 19 2, 22 | the virtuous, extends to ~sinners, whom, out of charity, we 20 2, 22 | they are to be found in sinners who lack charity. Therefore 21 2, 24 | s own body? ~(6) Whether sinners should be loved out of charity?~( 22 2, 24 | of charity?~(7) Whether sinners love themselves?~(8) Whether 23 2, 24 | Whether we ought to love sinners out of charity?~Aquin.: 24 2, 24 | that we ought not to love sinners out of charity. ~For it 25 2, 24 | perfect charity. Therefore sinners should be hated rather than 26 2, 24 | suffer to live." ~Therefore sinners should not be loved out 27 2, 24 | Objection.]." Therefore sinners should not be loved out 28 2, 24 | does not make us will what sinners will, nor to ~rejoice in 29 2, 24 | the contrary. Therefore ~sinners should not be loved out 30 2, 24 | ought not to associate with sinners, according to ~2 Cor. 6: 31 2, 24 | Therefore we should not love ~sinners out of charity.~Aquin.: 32 2, 24 | man as our neighbor." Now sinners do not cease to be men, ~ 33 2, 24 | Therefore we ought to love sinners out ~of charity.~Aquin.: 34 2, 24 | wherefore we ought to love sinners, ~out of charity, in respect 35 2, 24 | are opposed ~to God, all sinners are to be hated, even one' 36 2, 24 | human laws command such like sinners to ~be put to death, because 37 2, 24 | not out of hatred for the sinners, but out of the love of ~ 38 2, 24 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: We love sinners out of charity, not so as 39 2, 24 | should avoid associating with sinners, on account ~of the danger 40 2, 24 | fear, to ~associate with sinners that they may convert them. 41 2, 24 | Lord ~eat and drink with sinners as related by Mt. 9:11-13. 42 2, 24 | should ~avoid the society of sinners, as regards fellowship in 43 2, 24 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sinners love themselves?~Aquin.: 44 2, 24 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sinners love themselves. For that 45 2, 24 | city of Babylon." Therefore sinners most of all love ~themselves.~ 46 2, 24 | and so forth. Therefore sinners love themselves.~Aquin.: 47 2, 24 | Div. Nom. ~iv). Now many sinners reckon themselves to be 48 2, 24 | be good. Therefore many ~sinners love themselves.~Aquin.: 49 2, 24 | matter ~of sin, even as sinners from just men. Now the just 50 2, 28 | we pity and commiserate sinners. Thus ~Gregory says in a 51 2, 29 | sinner." But many men are sinners. Therefore we need not do ~ 52 2, 31 | account of the great number of sinners, for whose ~correction one 53 2, 31 | Nevertheless God does rebuke sinners sometimes by secretly ~admonishing 54 2, 34 | I saw the prosperity of sinners ~[*Douay: 'because I had 55 2, 34 | seeing the ~prosperity of sinners']." Fourthly, we grieve 56 2, 34 | I saw the prosperity of sinners" [*Douay: ~'because I had 57 2, 34 | seeing the prosperity of ~sinners'], whereas the envious grieves 58 2, 38 | hopeless than the happiness of sinners, whence arises a guilty ~ 59 2, 45 | Whether prudence can be in sinners?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 60 2, 45 | there can be prudence in sinners. For our Lord ~said (Lk. 61 2, 45 | children of this world are sinners. Therefore there be prudence 62 2, 45 | Therefore there be prudence in ~sinners.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 63 2, 45 | But ~there can be faith in sinners. Therefore there can be 64 2, 45 | man especially." Now many sinners can take ~good counsel. 65 2, 45 | good counsel. Therefore sinners can have prudence.~Aquin.: 66 2, 45 | so-called, and cannot be in ~sinners, whereas the first prudence 67 2, 45 | the first prudence is in sinners alone, while imperfect ~ 68 2, 45 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Sinners can take good counsel for 69 2, 48 | wicked people, since many ~sinners are provident in governing 70 2, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Some sinners may be provident in certain 71 2, 49 | other virtues, since many sinners take good-counsel, and many 72 2, 49 | due ~circumstances, which sinners fail to observe when they 73 2, 61 | gifts of grace, whereby sinners are chosen by God. In such 74 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful to kill sinners?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 75 2, 62 | according to Divine justice sinners are kept back for repentance, ~ 76 2, 62 | altogether unjust to kill sinners.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 77 2, 62 | wisdom, God sometimes slays ~sinners forthwith in order to deliver 78 2, 64 | which is ~pronounced against sinners "according to truth" (Rm. 79 2, 65 | remits the punishment to sinners, because He desires not 80 2, 74 | sometimes call down evils on sinners, as though conforming ~their 81 2, 81 | Art. 16]~(16) Whether sinners impetrate anything from 82 2, 81 | We ought to pray even for sinners, that they may be ~converted, 83 2, 81 | pray are heard not for all sinners but for some: ~since they 84 2, 81 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sinners impetrate anything from 85 2, 81 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sinners impetrate nothing from God 86 2, 81 | that God doth not hear ~sinners"; and this agrees with the 87 2, 81 | nothing from God. Therefore sinners ~impetrate nothing from 88 2, 81 | above (A[15], ad 2). But sinners cannot merit anything since 89 2, 81 | A[15], ad 2). ~Therefore sinners impetrate nothing by their 90 2, 81 | trespass against us": and sinners do not fulfil this. Therefore 91 2, 81 | If God were ~not to hear sinners, the publican would have 92 2, 103 | one man, many were made sinners." Now the cause is seemingly 93 2, 106 | are signified. Therefore sinners ~should not be put to death.~ 94 2, 106 | death may be inflicted on sinners.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 95 2, 123 | of sin were he to give to sinners, rather than to the good 96 2, 148 | followed with the majority ~of sinners: few are they whose sins 97 2, 159 | to dwell in the tents of sinners." But choice concerns the ~ 98 2, 159 | and not of the Gentiles, sinners." Nevertheless a man may 99 2, 161 | one man many ~were made sinners." Now the first man's first 100 2, 161 | which all ~men were made sinners in the point of original 101 2, 163 | by earthly lust,' ~namely sinners who are signified under 102 2, 170 | teachers, though they be sinners, are ~called slaves of the 103 2, 176 | that God doth ~not hear sinners," and Prov. 28:9, "He that 104 2, 176 | wherefore the prayers even of sinners ~are sometimes granted by 105 2, 176 | enlightened; "since God does hear sinners." When ~it is said that 106 2, 185 | give communion, pray for ~sinners, impose penance, and absolve 107 2, 187 | both to the innocent and to sinners, our Lord called not only 108 2, 187 | youth obeyed not, because sinners are converted to the religious ~ 109 2, 187 | who will be able to urge ~sinners to virtue?' If this holds 110 2, 187 | withdraw from the company of sinners or of the imperfect, that ~ 111 3, 1 | into ~this world to save sinners," a gloss says, "There was 112 3, 1 | the world, except to save sinners. Take away ~diseases, take 113 3, 1 | into ~this world to save sinners." But more would have been 114 3, 1 | come to call the ~just, but sinners."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[ 115 3, 4 | because when as yet we were sinners . . . Christ died ~for us," 116 3, 4 | priest . . . ~separated from sinners." But He would have been 117 3, 4 | further separated ~from sinners had He not assumed human 118 3, 4 | the Gentiles were greater sinners than the Jews, as a ~gloss 119 3, 4 | and not of the ~Gentiles, sinners." Hence, if He wished to 120 3, 4 | assume human nature from ~sinners, He ought rather to have 121 3, 4 | ought to be separated from sinners as regards sin, ~which He 122 3, 4 | sins to be separated from sinners as regards sin, to which 123 3, 4 | especially to be separated from sinners ~as regards sin, and to 124 3, 14 | endured such opposition from sinners against Himself, that you ~ 125 3, 22 | not as priests, but as sinners, as we shall ~state farther 126 3, 31 | who came for the sake of sinners, by being born of ~sinners, 127 3, 31 | sinners, by being born of ~sinners, might blot out all sin." 128 3, 34 | some of you were," namely, sinners, ~"but you are washed, but 129 3, 34 | not-white. We indeed from being sinners are made holy: so that ~ 130 3, 36 | into this ~world to save sinners." But this is not effected 131 3, 36 | Simeon and Anna; and to sinners, as the Magi. He was made 132 3, 36 | not to call the ~just, but sinners,'" so that "the proud might 133 3, 40 | into this world to save sinners." And hence, as ~Chrysostom 134 3, 40 | behold, many publicans and sinners came, and sat down ~with 135 3, 40 | commandment; He ate with sinners, that ~thou mightest discern 136 3, 46 | for when as yet we were sinners . . . Christ died for ~us." 137 3, 47 | one man, many were made ~sinners: so also by the obedience 138 3, 49 | because when as yet we were sinners, according to the time, ~ 139 3, 49 | 12:3: "The Highest hateth sinners."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 140 3, 55 | penance is imposed upon public sinners, is to be ~understood of 141 3, 56 | because even unbelievers and ~sinners shall rise again. Nor again 142 3, 64 | should have charity, and even sinners can confer ~sacraments, 143 3, 66 | baptized by heretics or sinners.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 144 3, 68 | be deferred?~(4) Whether sinners should be baptized?~(5) 145 3, 68 | satisfaction should be enjoined on sinners that ~have been baptized?~( 146 3, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sinners should be baptized?~Aquin.: 147 3, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that sinners should be baptized. For 148 3, 68 | should be ~offered even to sinners.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 149 3, 68 | But they that are ill are ~sinners. Therefore since Baptism 150 3, 68 | sacrament should be offered to sinners.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 151 3, 68 | should be withdrawn from sinners. But ~sinners who have been 152 3, 68 | withdrawn from sinners. But ~sinners who have been baptized derive 153 3, 68 | Baptism should be offered to sinners.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 154 3, 68 | incurred in the past: and ~on sinners in this sense the sacrament 155 3, 68 | to remain in sin: and on sinners in this sense the sacrament 156 3, 68 | to be understood of those sinners ~whose will is set on renouncing 157 3, 68 | satisfaction should be enjoined on sinners that have ~been baptized?~ 158 3, 68 | satisfaction should be enjoined on sinners ~that have been baptized. 159 3, 68 | satisfaction are enjoined on sinners in punishment of past sins. ~ 160 3, 68 | satisfaction should be enjoined on ~sinners that have been baptized. ~ 161 3, 68 | of works of satisfaction sinners recently ~converted are 162 3, 68 | satisfaction should be enjoined on sinners.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 163 3, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sinners who are going to be baptized 164 3, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that sinners who are going to be baptized 165 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sinners especially need sanctifying 166 3, 72 | it ~be given to the adult sinners, except they be restored 167 3, 80 | unbelievers lack ~faith, so all sinners lack charity. Now unbelievers 168 3, 80 | like reason neither ~may sinners eat this sacrament.~Aquin.: 169 3, 80 | judgment to himself.'" But only sinners die by receiving. ~Therefore 170 3, 80 | by receiving. ~Therefore sinners eat the body of Christ sacramentally, 171 3, 80 | received sacramentally by sinners; but that directly ~the 172 3, 80 | is touched by the lips of sinners, it ceases to be under the ~ 173 3, 80 | sacramental species ~when taken by sinners. Hence it must be said that 174 3, 80 | which does not belong to sinners. Consequently, it is ~from 175 3, 80 | willed to be crucified by sinners without detracting from ~ 176 3, 80 | than under His own. But sinners did not sin when they ~touched 177 3, 80 | spiritually sick or infirm are sinners. Therefore this sacrament ~ 178 3, 80 | sacrament. And ~therefore sinners in touching Him under His 179 3, 80 | lying to Godlike things, as sinners do in receiving this ~sacrament.~ 180 3, 80 | Himself to be touched by sinners. But ~as soon as the body 181 3, 80 | in Joan.). And therefore sinners, who lack living faith ~ 182 3, 80 | applies no less to other sinners than to fornicators: because 183 3, 80 | because by ~other mortal sins, sinners act against the charity 184 3, 80 | give this sacrament to ~sinners. Therefore, neither on account 185 3, 80 | act imputed." But secret sinners must ~not be disclosed, 186 3, 80 | not to be given to occult ~sinners, even if they ask for it.~ 187 3, 80 | ones of the earth," i.e. sinners, "from eating at the table 188 3, 80 | distinction must be made among sinners: some are ~secret; others 189 3, 80 | not to ~be given to open sinners when they ask for it. Hence 190 3, 80 | But if they be not open sinners, but occult, the Holy Communion 191 3, 80 | be refused even to public sinners, ~especially in the hour 192 3, 80 | that is, to ~notorious sinners: whereas hidden deeds may 193 3, 80 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, sinners are not bound to go to Communion: 194 3, 80 | Communion, it seems that sinners are better off than ~good 195 3, 80 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Sinners suffer great loss in being 196 3, 81 | example ~that such secret sinners are not to be repelled by 197 3, 82 | they be not godly, but sinners, can consecrate the Eucharist.~ 198 3, 82 | priests, even though they were sinners; and Jerome condemns ~this 199 3, 82 | sin. But not all ~who are sinners are debarred by the Church' 200 3, 83 | offer, ~saying: "And to us sinners," etc.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 201 3, 84 | they shall recover." Now sinners are sick ~spiritually, and 202 3, 84 | Penance, ~grants pardon to sinners, especially as He teaches 203 3, 84 | Penance, grants ~pardon to sinners without any end, wherefore 204 3, 88 | that the ingratitude of sinners is a special ~cause of the 205 Suppl, 2 | through fellowship with sinners, a man contracts a stain 206 Suppl, 8 | give communion, pray for sinners, impose penances, and ~absolve 207 Suppl, 17| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, sinners are unworthy of the kingdom. 208 Suppl, 17| But the Church ~prays for sinners, that they may go to heaven. 209 Suppl, 18| instruction. Now on some ~sinners He imposed no punishment, 210 Suppl, 19| of the keys. Therefore sinners, who are not "members of 211 Suppl, 36| also to be conferred on sinners.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 212 Suppl, 36| bodily homage, which even sinners can offer lawfully. It is 213 Suppl, 36| like are to be given to sinners, as Baptism and Penance, ~ 214 Suppl, 58| no power over others than sinners, the spell will be ~removed 215 Suppl, 69| good men, but the hell of sinners." ~The saying of Job may 216 Suppl, 69| correspond to each state of ~sinners. Now if we suppose a person 217 Suppl, 71| Whether the suffrages of sinners profit the dead?~(4) Whether 218 Suppl, 71| Whether suffrages performed by sinners profit the dead?~Aquin.: 219 Suppl, 71| that suffrages performed by sinners do not profit ~the dead. 220 Suppl, 71| 9:31, "God doth not hear sinners." Now if ~their prayers 221 Suppl, 71| mercy by the suffrages of sinners, and consequently ~their 222 Suppl, 71| charity. Now works done by sinners are dead. Therefore ~the 223 Suppl, 71| Nevertheless, God sometimes hears sinners, when, to wit, they ask 224 Suppl, 71| the ~righteous but also to sinners (Mt. 5:45), not indeed on 225 Suppl, 71| 31, "God doth ~not hear sinners," says that "he speaks as 226 Suppl, 71| other, for the debts of two sinners require a greater satisfaction 227 Suppl, 71| the Church prays daily for sinners that they be converted to 228 Suppl, 71| that "he ~prays not that sinners be forgiven, because his 229 Suppl, 72| are ~not emptied, all the sinners of the earth shall drink."~ 230 Suppl, 72| this is not the place of sinners, as neither is the ~empyrean 231 Suppl, 72| and a gloss adds, "to drag sinners into hell." Now the ~passage 232 Suppl, 83| gloss says: "The dead, i.e. sinners, or all ~the dead in general 233 Suppl, 86| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Sinners have subjected themselves 234 Suppl, 86| the other ~hand, no human sinners will, on account of a certain 235 Suppl, 86| judgment," if ~referred to all sinners, mean that they will not 236 Suppl, 86| manner neither will other sinners be judged.~Aquin.: SMT XP 237 Suppl, 91| compassion. But so long as sinners are in this world they ~ 238 Suppl, 94| sorrow give ye to ~her." Now sinners had internal and external 239 Suppl, 94| together with the ungodly and sinners will be cast into ~everlasting 240 Suppl, 94| it does not torture all sinners equally. For each one will ~ 241 Suppl, 95| be greater ~than that of sinners in the world. Now in this 242 Suppl, 95| Now in this world some sinners repent ~not of the sins 243 Suppl, 96| punishment is inflicted on ~sinners?~(2) Whether by God's mercy 244 Suppl, 96| punishment is inflicted on sinners? ~[*Cf. FS, Q[87], AA[3], 245 Suppl, 96| punishment is not inflicted on ~sinners by Divine justice. For the 246 Suppl, 96| would seem to require that sinners ~should be brought to naught: 247 Suppl, 96| should lose his being. But if sinners be brought to ~naught, their 248 Suppl, 96| with Divine justice that sinners should be punished for ~ 249 Suppl, 96| Holy Scripture threatens sinners with eternal punishment.


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