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adultery 230
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231 continence
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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adultery

    Part, Question
1 1, 63 | as man sins by choosing adultery, ~which is evil of itself. 2 1, 64 | as man sins by choosing adultery, ~which is evil of itself. 3 1, 117 | God concurs in the sin of ~adultery, since sometimes offspring 4 2, 14 | science; for instance, that adultery is ~forbidden by God, or 5 2, 18 | being that it has. Thus adultery is the cause of human ~generation, 6 2, 18 | 3: The conjugal act and adultery, as compared to reason, ~ 7 2, 18 | steals that he may commit ~adultery, is strictly speaking, more 8 2, 18 | commits theft for the sake of adultery, is guilty of a ~twofold 9 2, 72 | carnal ~sins, stands here for adultery, which is the unjust appropriation 10 2, 72 | species], as murder and ~adultery; and some are venial in 11 2, 72 | instance, in the species "adultery" ~the first movement is 12 2, 73 | spiritual sins. Because adultery is a more grievous sin than 13 2, 73 | a spiritual sin; while adultery pertains to lust, which 14 2, 73 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Adultery belongs not only to the 15 2, 73 | covetous person," etc.; so that adultery is so much more ~grievous 16 2, 73 | property; and in this respect adultery is a more grievous sin ~ 17 2, 74 | external act of fornication or adultery is a mortal ~sin, not by 18 2, 87 | duration. For the fact that adultery or murder is ~committed 19 2, 88 | neighbor, ~e.g. murder, adultery, and such like: wherefore 20 2, 88 | word to the commission of ~adultery. In like manner it may happen, 21 2, 88 | species of sin known as adultery.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 22 2, 94 | slaying of the innocent, adultery, and theft are ~against 23 2, 94 | whatever. In like ~manner adultery is intercourse with another' 24 2, 94 | command of God, is neither adultery nor fornication. The ~same 25 2, 95 | have the "Lex Julia" about adultery, the "Lex ~Cornelia" concerning 26 2, 100 | Thou shalt not commit adultery"; the fourth, ~"Thou shalt 27 2, 100 | sin, namely in theft and adultery, the ~prohibition of sins 28 2, 100 | Thou shalt not commit ~adultery, Thou shalt not steal," 29 2, 100 | Thou shalt not commit adultery": sometimes in ~his possessions, 30 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 5: The pleasure of adultery and the usefulness of wealth, 31 2, 100 | living is more grievous than adultery, which imperils the life 32 2, 100 | of ~the unborn child; and adultery is more grave than theft, 33 2, 100 | was not guilty either of adultery or of fornication: ~because 34 2, 100 | that be murder, theft or adultery, or not - in this point 35 2, 100 | commandment which ~forbids adultery, is added the prohibition 36 2, 102 | instance, by idolatry, murder, adultery, or incest. ~From such pollutions 37 2, 105 | irreverence towards one's parents, adultery ~and incest. In the case 38 2, 105 | to investigate a wife's adultery (Num. 5:12, seqq.). ~Consequently 39 2, 105 | their conjugal faith by adultery, both easily, ~for motives 40 2, 107 | maketh her to commit adultery." Furthermore, the same ~ 41 2, 107 | the case of murder and ~adultery, the prohibition of which 42 2, 107 | kill; Thou shalt not commit adultery: but the commandments of ~ 43 2, 108 | prohibition of murder, of ~adultery, and of perjury. Therefore 44 2, 108 | that ~the prohibition of adultery and murder covered the external 45 2, 108 | opinion about murder and ~adultery rather than about theft 46 2, 108 | movement of desire tending to ~adultery, seem to be in us from nature 47 2, 10 | case of another sin, e.g. adultery, committed by ~a believer, 48 2, 10 | Now other sins such as adultery, theft and the like, are 49 2, 11 | 2) that "he who commits adultery that he may ~steal, is a 50 2, 11 | cause. Thus in the case ~of adultery committed for the sake of 51 2, 11 | there is the species of ~adultery taken from its proper end 52 2, 11 | end shows ~that the act of adultery is both the result of the 53 2, 18 | be evil simply, even as adultery is ~evil simply, because 54 2, 32 | e.g. theft, murder and adultery. ~Therefore hatred is not 55 2, 32 | kill, Thou shalt not commit adultery, count for little in their ~ 56 2, 33 | act. Thus in the genus of adultery, the concupiscence ~that 57 2, 34 | concupiscence, in the genus of adultery, and the first movement 58 2, 55 | lawful to steal or to commit ~adultery. Hence it is written (Is. 59 2, 56 | thus sexual ~lust leads to adultery, and overmuch love of money 60 2, 56 | actions, such as murder, adultery and ~so forth. But the rendering 61 2, 57 | virtues: for as regards adultery it is ~opposed to chastity, 62 2, 57 | amounts either to theft, or to adultery, or to murder, or ~to something 63 2, 59 | for the most part) by adultery, in the person of his slave, 64 2, 59 | committed against ~them also. Adultery, however, and inducing a 65 2, 62 | evident that ~fornication and adultery are less grievous sins than 66 2, 62 | sin than fornication or ~adultery. Now nobody may lawfully 67 2, 62 | commit simple fornication or adultery ~or any other mortal sin 68 2, 62 | The act of fornication or adultery is not necessarily ~directed 69 2, 63 | person, as in the case of ~adultery which pleases the woman 70 2, 63 | voluntarily consents to the ~adultery, lessens the sin and injury, 71 2, 63 | applies to similar cases. of adultery, however, as it is ~opposed 72 2, 64 | person, such as murder and ~adultery, and in this respect it 73 2, 64 | comparison ~with the guilt of adultery, which is punished with 74 2, 71 | seemingly a graver sin than adultery, because adultery ~unites 75 2, 71 | sin than adultery, because adultery ~unites two persons in one 76 2, 71 | backbiting is more grievous than adultery: and ~yet of all other sins 77 2, 71 | commits against his neighbor, adultery is ~most grave.~Aquin.: 78 2, 71 | is a sin of word, while adultery, murder, and theft are sins ~ 79 2, 71 | possesses: after this comes adultery, which is contrary to the 80 2, 71 | grievous than murder or adultery. Nevertheless the ~order 81 2, 71 | a more grievous sin than adultery. For the gravity of adultery 82 2, 71 | adultery. For the gravity of adultery is ~measured, not from its 83 2, 87 | were to swear to commit adultery), ~or through being a hindrance 84 2, 96 | will do something unlawful (adultery, for ~instance, or murder): 85 2, 116 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Adultery is a more grievous sin than 86 2, 120 | precepts forbid murder, adultery, stealing and ~bearing false 87 2, 120 | a more grievous sin than adultery or theft. ~But there is 88 2, 120 | desire of theft ~and of adultery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 89 2, 120 | forbidden together with ~adultery: those that come under the 90 2, 120 | good. On the other hand, ~adultery has the aspect of a certain 91 2, 120 | concupiscence of theft and adultery had to be forbidden by ~ 92 2, 122 | faith, but for reproving adultery.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 93 2, 151 | own, except ~perhaps in adultery or rape. Therefore there 94 2, 152 | seduction;~(7) Of rape;~(8) Of adultery;~(9) Of incest;~(10) Of 95 2, 152 | namely, "simple fornication, adultery, incest, seduction, rape, 96 2, 152 | belong to another vice. Now adultery does not differ from ~simple 97 2, 152 | Therefore it seems ~that adultery should not be reckoned a 98 2, 152 | species of lust, even as adultery is.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] 99 2, 152 | authority of a husband, it is ~"adultery," if under the authority 100 2, 152 | one act, and in this way ~adultery is comprised under lust 101 2, 152 | such a woman is a spiritual adultery. In like manner, the other 102 2, 152 | enjoined ~for perjury as for adultery, fornication, and wilful 103 2, 152 | her hath already committed adultery with her in his heart." 104 2, 152 | human laws: all seduction is adultery." Now a species ~is not 105 2, 152 | to ~it. Therefore since adultery is a species of lust, it 106 2, 152 | If [Vulg.: 'But'] the ~adultery is secret, and cannot be 107 2, 152 | because she was ~not found in adultery [stupro]."~Aquin.: SMT SS 108 2, 152 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether adultery is determinate species of 109 2, 152 | OBJ 1: It would seem that adultery is not a determinate species 110 2, 152 | from the other species. For adultery takes its name from a man ~ 111 2, 152 | Therefore it seems that adultery is not a species ~of lust 112 2, 152 | too ardent love. Therefore adultery is in every kind of lust: ~ 113 2, 152 | deformity in seduction and adultery: since in either case a 114 2, 152 | person's authority. Therefore adultery ~is not a determinate species 115 2, 152 | xxxii, qu. 5] says that "adultery is ~sexual intercourse with 116 2, 152 | deformity of ~lust. Therefore adultery is a determinate species 117 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Adultery, as its name implies, "is 118 2, 152 | woman who is ~corrupted by adultery. Wherefore it is written ( 119 2, 152 | Thou shalt not commit adultery"); "and secondly, she ~hath 120 2, 152 | she hath fornicated in adultery, and hath ~gotten children 121 2, 152 | especially to the deformity of adultery. ~Hence it is manifest that 122 2, 152 | Hence it is manifest that adultery is a determinate species 123 2, 152 | and thus it is always ~adultery, since his action is contrary 124 2, 152 | and thus sometimes ~it is adultery, as when a married man has 125 2, 152 | stated above (A[2]). But adultery is specially opposed to ~ 126 2, 152 | authority. Hence the sin of adultery is contrary ~to the good 127 2, 152 | other matters ~concerning adultery we shall speak in the Third 128 2, 152 | committed for the sake of adultery, ~passes into the species 129 2, 152 | passes into the species of adultery. Now it is evident that 130 2, 152 | is sacrilege resembling ~adultery. If the maiden be under 131 2, 152 | charity the ~graver it is. Now adultery, seduction and rape which 132 2, 152 | guardianship. Wherefore adultery is more grievous than ~seduction. 133 2, 152 | and rape of a wife than ~adultery. And all these are aggravated 134 2, 154 | more grievous sin than ~adultery, to which incontinence of 135 2, 160 | instance fornication and adultery) there are certain ~motions 136 2, 161 | the sin: thus we say that adultery is a ~graver sin than simple 137 2, 167 | despising her he fall into adultery. Hence it is written (1 138 2, 168 | decalogue ~the prohibition of adultery, which is contrary to temperance, 139 2, 168 | include a precept prohibiting adultery, which pertains to venereal ~ 140 2, 168 | negative precept ~forbidding adultery which is directly opposed 141 2, 168 | vices opposed to temperance, adultery ~would seem most of all 142 2, 168 | special prohibition of adultery, not only as committed in 143 2, 168 | love of our neighbor as ~adultery, which is a species of lust 144 2, 168 | love of our ~neighbor, as adultery is. Nor indeed is any other 145 2, 168 | as is the husband by the adultery of his wife, for ~he, not 146 2, 168 | the foregoing Article that adultery is ~forbidden in the decalogue, 147 2, 168 | the act, as are murder, ~adultery, and theft, which are forbidden 148 2, 179 | instance "he who commits adultery that he may steal, is a 149 2, 182 | Thou ~shalt not commit adultery,' and whatever are not commanded, 150 3, 29 | could not be condemned ~for adultery. Therefore it does not seem 151 3, 29 | persecute one who was born of adultery?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 152 3, 29 | faith, for there was no ~adultery: sacrament, since there 153 3, 31 | he was ~cognizant of the adultery and murder; and further 154 3, 84 | husband and wife, ~when adultery committed has been washed 155 3, 88 | 2) that ~"he who commits adultery in order to steal is a thief 156 3, 88 | commit a sin, e.g. murder or adultery, is not ~withheld from it 157 Suppl, 41| same species as the act of adultery, since its end ~is the same, 158 Suppl, 41| Therefore since the act of ~adultery is a sin, the marriage act 159 Suppl, 48| such ~as a child born of adultery; for it is not from that 160 Suppl, 50| and thus the "crime of adultery" previously committed with 161 Suppl, 59| intercourse, wherein unbelief and adultery are ~on a par, since both 162 Suppl, 59| obstinate in her sin ~of adultery, lest he seem to approve 163 Suppl, 59| has done penance for his adultery. Therefore if an ~adulterous 164 Suppl, 59| 2/2~Further, spiritual adultery is more grievous than carnal. 165 Suppl, 59| cohabitation, on account of carnal adultery. ~Much more, therefore, 166 Suppl, 59| unbelief, which is ~spiritual adultery.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 167 Suppl, 59| dissolve marriage. ~For adultery is seemingly more directly 168 Suppl, 59| to marry again. Therefore adultery has the same effect.~Aquin.: 169 Suppl, 59| fornication, maketh her to commit ~adultery."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 170 Suppl, 59| neither by unbelief nor by adultery. But if it be not ratified, 171 Suppl, 59| tie is not dissolved by adultery, else the unbeliever would 172 Suppl, 59| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although adultery is opposed to marriage as 173 Suppl, 59| rather than on account of adultery.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 174 Suppl, 60| discovered in ~the act of adultery?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 175 Suppl, 60| discovered in the act of adultery. For the Divine law commanded ~ 176 Suppl, 60| discovered in the act of adultery, it would seem that he can 177 Suppl, 60| over the man who committed adultery with her. Now if the husband ~ 178 Suppl, 60| if she ~be discovered in adultery.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 179 Suppl, 60| the just punishment ~of adultery is death, because it is 180 Suppl, 60| husband if he be discovered in adultery. Neither ~therefore may 181 Suppl, 60| a criminal accusation of adultery upon his wife before ~a 182 Suppl, 60| her outside of the act of adultery is not lawful, neither according 183 Suppl, 60| evidence he ~may have of her adultery. The civil law however considers 184 Suppl, 60| impediment to marriage. ~For adultery is more directly opposed 185 Suppl, 60| marriage than murder is. Now ~adultery is not an impediment to 186 Suppl, 60| man's wife ~on account of adultery than to kill his own wife, 187 Suppl, 60| his wife on ~account of adultery or even through hatred; 188 Suppl, 60| with whom he has committed adultery, ~for then the law declares 189 Suppl, 60| Reply OBJ 1: Murder and adultery in certain cases forbid 190 Suppl, 60| 62], A[2]) in ~regard to adultery. We may also reply that 191 Suppl, 60| substance of wedlock, whereas adultery is contrary to the good 192 Suppl, 60| fidelity due to marriage. Hence adultery is not more opposed to marriage ~ 193 Suppl, 62| after she has committed adultery; the seventh is if ~both 194 Suppl, 62| husband suspects his wife of adultery he ~watches her secretly 195 Suppl, 62| husband may accuse his wife of adultery in two ways. ~First, he 196 Suppl, 62| sins more grievously in adultery than the husband, and consequently ~ 197 Suppl, 62| his wife, since a wife's ~adultery involves uncertainty of 198 Suppl, 62| whereas the husband's ~adultery does not. Therefore the 199 Suppl, 62| to punish the crime of ~adultery. Now it belongs to the husband 200 Suppl, 62| divorce is a punishment of adultery, in ~so far as it is opposed 201 Suppl, 62| towards each other, ~the adultery of one is as great a sin 202 Suppl, 62| against marriage as the adultery of ~the other, and this 203 Suppl, 62| the offspring the wife's adultery is a greater ~sin against 204 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: In adultery there is the same sinful 205 Suppl, 62| that which is common to adultery and ~fornication, the sin 206 Suppl, 62| lesion to marriage which ~adultery adds to fornication and 207 Suppl, 62| marry another committeth ~adultery." Therefore seemingly he 208 Suppl, 62| seemingly he does not commit adultery if he marry ~again after 209 Suppl, 62| marriage; and an ~occasion of adultery would be afforded those 210 Suppl, 62| dissolve it: ~wherefore adultery does not make a marriage 211 Suppl, 62| found to have ~committed adultery after the divorce. But in 212 Suppl, 62| Further, if a husband whose adultery is unknown put away his ~ 213 Suppl, 62| wife, who is convicted of adultery by the sentence of the Church, 214 Suppl, 62| is unable to prove ~his adultery in court. Much less, therefore, 215 Suppl, 62| of his having committed adultery after the divorce. But according 216 Suppl, 62| OBJ 5: If the husband's adultery is secret, this does not 217 Suppl, 65| Thou shalt not commit adultery." Therefore it was ~never 218 Suppl, 66| has not a ~lawful wife, or adultery if he has. But a man does 219 Suppl, 66| women by fornication or adultery. ~Therefore neither does 220 Suppl, 66| likeness in ~fornication or adultery. Hence the comparison fails. ~ 221 Suppl, 66| accused and convicted of adultery. Therefore it would seem ~ 222 Suppl, 66| she has been corrupted by adultery, since otherwise ~the corruption 223 Suppl, 66| before ~she is convicted of adultery, he becomes irregular, albeit 224 Suppl, 67| that is put away committeth adultery." Now adultery was never ~ 225 Suppl, 67| committeth adultery." Now adultery was never ~permitted in 226 Suppl, 67| then, on account of ~the adultery to which she had voluntarily 227 Suppl, 68| such are those born of adultery ~or incest, for these are 228 Suppl, 68| man: since fornication, ~adultery, and the like are contrary 229 Suppl, 68| if it were not a case of adultery), and by ~special indulgence 230 Suppl, 96| Civ. Dei ~xxi, 11), for adultery which is committed in a


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