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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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guilty

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1 1, 112 | the sins of men, ~not as guilty, but as witnesses to convict 2 2, 7 | indictable, first, through ~being guilty of murder; secondly, through 3 2, 18 | the sake of adultery, is guilty of a ~twofold malice in 4 2, 19 | intention, ~he would be guilty of murder. Therefore, for 5 2, 42 | another, who ~knows him to be guilty of a crime lest he reveal 6 2, 56 | for a grammarian may be guilty of a barbarism or make a 7 2, 71 | case he might be ~deemed guilty of negligence. On the other 8 2, 73 | in one ~point, is become guilty of all." Now to be guilty 9 2, 73 | guilty of all." Now to be guilty of transgressing all ~the 10 2, 73 | whoever commits ~one sin is guilty of all.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 11 2, 73 | whoever commits one sin, is guilty of all sins.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 73 | in one point, is become guilty of ~all," for as much as, 13 2, 73 | evident that ~Pilate was guilty of some sin. Therefore one 14 2, 75 | his end; as when a man ~is guilty of simony for the end of 15 2, 81 | it would cease to be a guilty stain binding its ~subject 16 2, 81 | children of those who are guilty of high ~treason are disinherited. 17 2, 82 | while asleep, ~would be guilty of sin. Therefore no original 18 2, 87 | forgiveness, but shall be guilty of an ~everlasting sin."~ 19 2, 87 | be considered in sin: the guilty act, and ~the consequent 20 2, 94 | OBJ 2: All men alike, both guilty and innocent, die the death 21 2, 94 | be inflicted on ~any man, guilty or innocent, without any 22 2, 96 | God"; so that he becomes ~guilty according to his conscience.~ 23 2, 100 | adulterous woman, was not guilty either of adultery or of 24 2, 102 | Gentiles, who were ~not guilty of Christ's death. The ashes 25 2, 103 | whoever observed ~them was guilty of mortal sin. Hence he 26 2, 105 | and it is not known who is guilty of the ~murder . . . the 27 2, 105 | violence in a field is not ~guilty of death, because "she cried, 28 2, 105 | then he was held ~to be guilty to a certain extent, on 29 2, 5 | faith, some men would be guilty of a sin ~graver than that 30 2, 5 | offend in one point is become guilty ~of all."~Aquin.: SMT SS 31 2, 10 | among Christians they are guilty of some ~misdemeanor, and 32 2, 10 | baptized are they accounted guilty of sin, who could ~have 33 2, 11 | Therefore even those who are guilty of the prostitution of unbelief ~ 34 2, 13 | since they ~were not yet guilty of final impenitence, but 35 2, 13 | a state of obstinacy is guilty of the sin ~against the 36 2, 30 | murder, of which a man is guilty if he fails to succor one 37 2, 31 | reproving others, moved by a guilty cupidity, not by the claims 38 2, 31 | while they are ~themselves guilty of mortal sin, have no patience 39 2, 31 | think whether we were never guilty ~of his sin; and then we 40 2, 31 | men, and might have ~been guilty of it; or that we once had 41 2, 31 | But if we find that we are guilty of the same sin, we must 42 2, 31 | have to suffer if proved guilty.] Therefore it seems that ~ 43 2, 36 | silenced?" And yet ~Job was not guilty of mortal sin, since the 44 2, 37 | the ten tribes who were ~guilty of schism in revolting from 45 2, 38 | sinners, whence arises a guilty ~impunity, and an evil will, 46 2, 38 | was owing to them, were guilty of strife, and ~of smiting 47 2, 39 | former who ~are said to be guilty of strife, but those who 48 2, 39 | assailants in this case who are guilty of ~strife and commit sin, 49 2, 39 | hearts of ~those who are guilty of strife, and so he that " 50 2, 40 | the tyrant rather that is guilty of ~sedition, since he encourages 51 2, 41 | scandal. Hence they were ~guilty of passive scandal, while 52 2, 41 | omitted them ~would always be guilty of sin, and yet such things 53 2, 43 | those who without being guilty of ~mortal sin have become 54 2, 58 | Reply OBJ 3: Those who stand guilty of grievous sins should 55 2, 58 | not judge ~those who are guilty of the same or lesser sins, 56 2, 58 | If we ~find that we are guilty of the same sin as another 57 2, 60 | giver and receiver who ~are guilty of simony. Therefore it 58 2, 60 | person, so too he that is guilty of theft or robbery, is 59 2, 62 | evil-doer, shall be judged guilty of murder, and all ~the 60 2, 62 | they who stated him to be guilty. He that carries out ~the 61 2, 62 | Divine providence, who are guilty of taking a man's life for ~ 62 2, 62 | that slew him shall not be guilty of blood." Now it is much 63 2, 62 | Therefore neither is a man guilty ~of murder if he kill another 64 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether one is guilty of murder through killing 65 2, 62 | It would seem that one is guilty of murder through killing ~ 66 2, 62 | and that he was ~accounted guilty of murder. Therefore one 67 2, 62 | death. Therefore one is guilty of murder through killing ~ 68 2, 62 | did it is not accounted ~guilty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 69 2, 62 | remove it, is in a sense guilty of voluntary homicide. This 70 2, 62 | loses his life, he is not guilty of that person's death: 71 2, 62 | he does not escape being guilty of murder, if his ~action 72 2, 62 | was not excused from being guilty of homicide.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 63 | the sin of which a man is guilty through ~injuring the other 74 2, 64 | unappropriated, he is not guilty of theft. In like manner 75 2, 64 | innocent. Hence he is clearly guilty of ~sin, and is bound to 76 2, 64 | act unlawfully and to be guilty of ~robbery; and whoever 77 2, 64 | an unjust war, they are guilty of robbery, and are bound 78 2, 65 | to others, so that the ~guilty party can by no means deny 79 2, 65 | punishment profits ~the guilty man and harms nobody. Therefore 80 2, 65 | judge can lawfully loose a ~guilty man from his punishment.~ 81 2, 65 | hindered from loosing a ~guilty person from his punishment. 82 2, 65 | it sometimes is that the guilty party should be ~punished - 83 2, 65 | has no power ~to exempt a guilty man from punishment against 84 2, 65 | remit the punishment to a guilty person, provided the ~injured 85 2, 66 | his superior is himself guilty of crime [*Decret. II, ~ 86 2, 66 | have to suffer if proved guilty.] Therefore evasion does ~ 87 2, 66 | three ways. For they are guilty either of ~calumny, or of 88 2, 66 | prevaricatio] for "he that is guilty of collusion is like one 89 2, 66 | declare a man ~to have been guilty of calumny, who through 90 2, 66 | the truth about a crime is guilty of ~collusion, but only 91 2, 67 | by denying himself to be guilty ~of the crime laid to his 92 2, 67 | Further, an accuser who is guilty of collusion with the accused, ~ 93 2, 67 | OBJ 2: If the accuser is guilty of collusion with the accused 94 2, 67 | accused and ~the latter is guilty, he incurs punishment, and 95 2, 67 | accused also sins if he is guilty of collusion with his ~adversary. 96 2, 68 | and he who tells a lie are guilty, the former because he is ~ 97 2, 68 | as well as those who are guilty of a public crime and who ~ 98 2, 71 | future believers ~are more guilty than those who killed the 99 2, 71 | name, hence he is accounted guilty if he fails to resist ~when 100 2, 74 | God in respect of being guilty of present sin.~Aquin.: 101 2, 75 | thing he is selling, he is guilty of a ~fraudulent sale, so 102 2, 75 | measure in ~selling, he is guilty of fraud, and the sale is 103 2, 75 | do this ~knowingly he is guilty of a fraudulent sale, and 104 2, 75 | cases not only is the man guilty of a fraudulent sale, but ~ 105 2, 76 | money sooner, he is not guilty of the sin of usury.~Aquin.: 106 2, 77 | after vowing virginity, is guilty of an ~omission, not through 107 2, 77 | cannot have it, he is not ~guilty of an omission, provided 108 2, 87 | what follows: "He is doubly guilty who both takes God's name ~ 109 2, 91 | For even as he would be guilty of falsehood who would, 110 2, 96 | this very ~reason he is guilty of falsehood, since he is 111 2, 96 | mind, for the tongue is not guilty except the mind be guilty."~ 112 2, 96 | guilty except the mind be guilty."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[98] A[ 113 2, 96 | s will would seem to be ~guilty of perjury unless he do 114 2, 96 | what is unlawful is thereby guilty of ~perjury through lack 115 2, 96 | keep his oath, he ~is not guilty of perjury in this respect, 116 2, 96 | an alms, or the like, is guilty of perjury through lack 117 2, 96 | took ~under coercion is guilty of perjury and sins mortally. 118 2, 96 | not mean that they are not guilty of mortal ~sin, but that 119 2, 97 | quis ~suadente]): "They are guilty of sacrilege who disagree 120 2, 97 | excommunicated as being guilty of sacrilege." Yet public ~ 121 2, 97 | XVII, qu. iv) "They are guilty of sacrilege who through 122 2, 97 | and consequently he is guilty of irreligion.~Aquin.: SMT 123 2, 97 | blasphemers do. These are ~guilty of unbelief, through not 124 2, 97 | virgin consecrated ~to God be guilty of fornication: and the 125 2, 97 | 21): ~"Whoever is found guilty of sacrilege shall pay thirty 126 2, 97 | fitting punishment of one ~guilty of sacrilege, since he has 127 2, 98 | remuneration alone makes a man guilty of simony, or ~also oral 128 2, 98 | than that of those who are guilty of ~simony: since the former 129 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 7: The Pope can be guilty of the vice of simony, like 130 2, 98 | he would not escape being guilty of the vice of simony. ~ 131 2, 98 | hypocrites are not said to be guilty of simony. Therefore oral ~ 132 2, 98 | rendered or money ~received, is guilty of simony."~Aquin.: SMT 133 2, 98 | seemingly the hypocrite ~is not guilty of simony. ~(tm)Aquin.: 134 2, 98 | 1~Whether those who are guilty of simony are fittingly 135 2, 98 | seem that those who are guilty of simony are not ~fittingly 136 2, 98 | sometimes those who are ~guilty of simony are, by dispensation, 137 2, 98 | Moreover, those ~who are guilty of simony, by either selling 138 2, 98 | 2/2~Again, a man who is guilty of simony, through having 139 2, 98 | are ignorant of ~his being guilty of simony; and they need 140 2, 98 | one can prove him to be guilty of simony, but that one ~ 141 2, 98 | if the ~bishop has been guilty of simony otherwise than 142 2, 98 | as far as possible, the guilty parties ~be not the gainers. 143 2, 98 | the mere will makes a man guilty of simony; ~but as regards 144 2, 105 | else every man would be guilty of ingratitude. ~Therefore 145 2, 106 | has sinned, then if the guilty can be separated from the ~ 146 2, 108 | whoever breaks his faith is guilty of iniquity." Now ~no one 147 2, 108 | break his faith or "to be guilty of iniquity," for a ~venial 148 2, 108 | lie of which they were guilty." Therefore even an officious 149 2, 109 | one's sin without ~being guilty of dissimulation. It is 150 2, 109 | honored for holiness, though guilty of wickedness, he steals 151 2, 111 | s fault when one is not guilty." But all sin is ~inconsistent 152 2, 111 | consequently deem himself guilty, not only if ~he fall short 153 2, 111 | Wherefore such persons are guilty of ~both vices, irony and 154 2, 123 | robber, and yet he would ~be guilty of sin were he to give to 155 2, 131 | for virtue, he becomes ~guilty of pusillanimity.~Aquin.: 156 2, 142 | those whom he knows ~to be guilty of the same sin, because 157 2, 148 | Polit. ii, 9, ordered "those guilty ~of assault while drunk 158 2, 152 | doing these things a ~man is guilty of a crime, that is, of 159 2, 152 | corruption: wherefore he that is guilty of rape is a ~seducer." 160 2, 152 | decree that those who are guilty of rape, or of ~abducting 161 2, 152 | using ~violence, he is not guilty of the crime of rape. Hence 162 2, 152 | 1]. By so doing a man is guilty of a twofold offense ~against 163 2, 152 | her husband . . . shall be guilty of sin. For ~first she hath 164 2, 152 | commit, they should all stand guilty of ~the same crime, by the 165 2, 167 | something by so doing, or ~is guilty of sin, inasmuch as he uses 166 2, 182 | the inward, else one ~is guilty of lying, "which consists 167 2, 182 | state of perfection is not guilty of lying ~or deceit through 168 2, 183 | for instance if he be ~guilty of murder or simony), or 169 2, 183 | lacking ~in good faith, and is guilty of mortal sin. For it is 170 2, 184 | vow; for instance if he be guilty of fornication or theft, ~ 171 2, 187 | of ~religion is in no way guilty of breaking his vow."~Aquin.: 172 3, 22 | sacrifice to God, but as guilty of a great crime: a similitude 173 3, 26 | body lies (not under the guilty, but) under the effects 174 3, 27 | Him who most certainly was guilty of no sin, ~we know that 175 3, 40 | to avoid which, a man is guilty of theft ~and perjury. But 176 3, 46 | suffering, since, when a guilty man suffers, he grieves 177 3, 46 | salvation He was crucified as a guilty one among the guilty." ~ 178 3, 46 | as a guilty one among the guilty." ~Secondly, as Pope Leo 179 3, 47 | Further, Judas is held to be guilty because he betrayed Christ 180 3, 47 | these accordingly are held guilty.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 181 3, 64 | another in his sin, is also ~guilty of sin, according to Rm. 182 3, 65 | contract Matrimony, would be guilty of contempt of those sacraments.~ 183 3, 70 | in Josue vi), those were guilty of ~disobedience who failed 184 3, 80 | does not appear to ~be guilty of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 185 3, 80 | while in mortal sin, is guilty of lying to this ~sacrament, 186 3, 80 | as for example if one ~guilty of fornication were to deem 187 3, 80 | Lord ~unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and of the blood 188 3, 80 | into the mire would ~be guilty of more heinous sin than 189 3, 80 | sacrament, so as to make a man guilty of the body ~and blood of 190 3, 82 | receiving at their hands are guilty of sinning?~(10) Whether 191 3, 82 | invoking him be ~proved full of guilty deeds?" Consequently, the 192 3, 82 | hear the masses of priests guilty of this ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT 193 3, 83 | in very truth; yet he is guilty of grave sin, ~in not following 194 3, 86 | punished because he has been guilty of a sin. ~Therefore when 195 3, 88 | in one point, is become guilty of all." On the other hand, ~ 196 3, 88 | restitution, he does not ~become guilty as though he had not paid 197 3, 88 | subsequent sin. Now one may be ~guilty of ingratitude in two ways: 198 3, 88 | ingratitude. Secondly, one is guilty of ingratitude, by doing ~ 199 3, 89 | anyone after Baptism be guilty of homicide, ~whether by 200 3, 89 | notorious, those who are guilty of ~them must not be hindered, 201 Suppl, 2 | to a man who ~is judged guilty of murder, if he has committed 202 Suppl, 6 | sin of which one is not guilty?~(5) Whether one is bound 203 Suppl, 8 | spiritual sins, are less ~guilty," according to Gregory ( 204 Suppl, 8 | appointed for a layman guilty of murder, while for fornication 205 Suppl, 9 | since sometimes a man is guilty of contrary sins, ~as Gregory 206 Suppl, 10| conscious of sin, either is not guilty of ~sin, or has forgotten 207 Suppl, 14| mortal sin of which he is guilty, ~does not incur the guilt 208 Suppl, 14| such works escapes being guilty of ~omitting them - secondly, 209 Suppl, 18| and consequently would be guilty of a sin. Moreover, since ~ 210 Suppl, 20| that ~they should not be guilty of the same sin, he is speaking 211 Suppl, 23| hard that a man should be ~guilty of a mortal sin by uttering 212 Suppl, 23| probable that he is not always guilty ~of a mortal sin, but only 213 Suppl, 24| cleric; (6) ~if the latter be guilty of apostasy after the triple 214 Suppl, 24| become a soldier, or if he be guilty of bigamy [*Namely, ~that 215 Suppl, 28| not certainly taken to be guilty, because he ~is punished, 216 Suppl, 36| presents himself for ~Orders is guilty of presumption and sins 217 Suppl, 36| of wheat." Hence he is ~guilty of unfaithfulness who gives 218 Suppl, 45| that one of the parties is guilty of fraud ~in such marriages; 219 Suppl, 46| the affianced ~husband is guilty of fornication, and should 220 Suppl, 52| should be punished who is not guilty; but the ~appointing of 221 Suppl, 52| matrimony, lest one who is not guilty be punished; for it ~is 222 Suppl, 55| for instance when a man is guilty of incest with a blood-relation. ~ 223 Suppl, 55| Accusation is instituted lest the guilty be tolerated as ~though 224 Suppl, 55| ignorance of ~fact that a guilty man is reputed innocent, 225 Suppl, 62| no one can accuse who is guilty of the same ~crime, a divorce 226 Suppl, 62| sinned against when both are ~guilty of fornication that when 227 Suppl, 62| away his wife when she is ~guilty of fornication?~Aquin.: 228 Suppl, 62| put away ~his wife who is guilty of fornication. For since 229 Suppl, 62| correction of the wife who is guilty of fornication. ~Therefore 230 Suppl, 62| sins mortally, is also ~guilty of mortal sin. Now the husband 231 Suppl, 62| husband who retains a wife guilty of ~fornication would seem 232 Suppl, 62| who ~is joined to a wife guilty of fornication ceases to 233 Suppl, 62| after knowing her to be guilty of fornication.~Aquin.: 234 Suppl, 62| The putting away of a wife guilty of fornication was ~prescribed 235 Suppl, 62| only the correction of the guilty party, but ~also his punishment, 236 Suppl, 62| put away the wife who is guilty of fornication. He cannot, ~ 237 Suppl, 62| although she is no longer ~guilty, neither in act nor in the 238 Suppl, 64| and she who grants are ~guilty of mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 239 Suppl, 64| during her menses, lest he be guilty of spiritual ~murder.~Aquin.: 240 Suppl, 66| Although those who are guilty of fornication give proof 241 Suppl, 66| intercourse after marriage is more guilty than ~before marriage. Now 242 Suppl, 67| according to the law is guilty of four crimes: for in ~ 243 Suppl, 69| according as they have been guilty of graver sins, and ~consequently 244 Suppl, 69| damned, since he is not guilty of ~actual mortal sin. Therefore 245 Suppl, 96| Catholic faith, however guilty they may have been of other 246 Suppl, 96| in one point, is become guilty of all." Therefore ~whoever 247 Suppl, 96| and omits other ~works, is guilty of transgressing the law, 248 Suppl, 96| mercy, although they be guilty of other crimes. But ~this


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