9780521029681

Summa Theologiae: 3a. 84-90

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    9780521029681

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-10-26
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Summary

The Summa Theologiae ranks among the greatest documents of the Christian Church, and is a landmark of medieval western thought. It provides the framework for Catholic studies in systematic theology and for a classical Christian philosophy, and is regularly consulted by scholars of all faiths and none, across a range of academic disciplines. This paperback reissue of the classic Latin/English edition first published by the English Dominicans in the 1960s and 1970s, in the wake of the Second Vatican Council, has been undertaken in response to regular requests from readers and librarians around the world for the entire series of 61 volumes to be made available again. The original text is unchanged, except for the correction of a small number of typographical errors.

Table of Contents

General Prefacep. xi
Editorial Notesp. xvii
Introductionp. xix
Prologuep. 2
The Sacrament of Penance
Is Penance a sacrament?p. 2
Are sins the proper matter of this sacrament?p. 8
Is the form of this sacrament 'I absolve you'?p. 10
Is the laying on of the priest's hands required for this sacrament?p. 18
Is this sacrament necessary for salvation?p. 20
Is Penance a 'second plank after shipwreck'?p. 24
Was it well for this sacrament to have been instituted in the New Law?p. 28
Ought Penance to last until the end of life?p. 34
Is it possible for penance to be continuous?p. 36
Should the sacrament of Penance be repeated?p. 40
The Virtue of Penitence
Is penitence a virtue?p. 48
Is penitence a special virtue?p. 50
Is the virtue of penitence a species of justice?p. 54
Is the will properly the seat of penitence?p. 60
Does fear originate penitence?p. 62
Is repentance first among the virtues?p. 66
The Effect of Penance
Are all sins removed through Penance?p. 72
Can sin be forgiven without Penance?p. 76
Can one sin be pardoned without another?p. 80
Does Penance take away fault but not the debt of punishment?p. 86
Once mortal sin has been remitted, are all of sin's after-effects taken away?p. 90
Is forgiveness of fault the effect of the virtue of penitence?p. 94
Pardon for Venial Sins
Can venial sin be pardoned without penance?p. 100
Is infusion of grace required for the forgiveness of venial sin?p. 104
Is venial sin taken away through the sprinkling of holy water, a bishop's blessing and the like?p. 108
Can there be pardon for a venial sin while a mortal sin remains?p. 112
The Return of Sins Once Forgiven
Do sins forgiven return in virtue of subsequent sin?p. 116
Do sins once forgiven return in virtue of the ungratefulness found especially in hatred of neighbour, apostasy from the faith, contempt for confession and regret over past repentance?p. 122
Because of ingratitude in a later sin does there arise a degree of guilt equal to that of sin already pardoned?p. 128
Is the ingratitude by which later sin brings about the return of sin previously forgiven a special sin?p. 130
Virtue Regained Through Penance
Are virtues recovered through repentance?p. 134
After repentance does a person come back to a life of equal virtue?p. 138
Is a person restored to his former dignity through repentance?p. 142
Is it possible for works done in charity to become dead works?p. 148
Are works deadened by sin revivified through repentance?p. 150
Are even dead works vitalized by reason of a later repentance?p. 154
The Parts of Penance in General
Should parts be assigned to Penance?p. 160
Whether there is good reason for designating contrition, confession and satisfaction as the parts of Penance?p. 162
Are the parts mentioned integral parts of Penance?p. 166
Is there any reason for the division, penance before Baptism, penance for mortal sin, penance for venial sin?p. 170
Appendices
The Matter of the Sacrament of Penancep. 175
The Virtue of Penitencep. 180
The Sacramental Grace of Penancep. 185
Glossaryp. 191
Indexp. 201
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