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  • Scio quam vana sit et inefficax humanorum verborum penes afflictos consolatio, nisi verbum Dei audiatur, a quo vita, refrigeratio, solatium, poenitentia.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Yea but, thou urgest again, I have little comfort of this which is said, it concerns me not: Inanis poenitentia quam sequens culpa coinquinat, 'tis to no purpose for me to repent, and to do worse than ever I did before, to persevere in sin, and to return to my lusts as a dog to his vomit, or a swine to the mire:

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • [6771] Peccatum vulnus, poenitentia medicinam: sin made the breach, repentance must help it; howsoever thine offence came, by error, sloth, obstinacy, ignorance, exitur per poenitentiam, this is the sole means to be relieved.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • De poenitentia: Tua quidem malitia mensuram habet.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Conscientia mea meruit damnationem, poenitentia non sufficit ad satisfactionem: sed tua misericordia superat omnem offensionem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Habet enim eorum perfidia, et Paganissimus, animas nobilium hominum post mortem ingredi corpora nobilium bestiarum, et animas ignobilium corpora bestiarum ignobilium et vilium, ad luenda videlicet crimina, donec peracta poenitentia transeant in

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Habet enim eorum perfidia, et Paganissimus, animas nobilium hominum post mortem ingredi corpora nobilium bestiarum, et animas ignobilium corpora bestiarum ignobilium et vilium, ad luenda videlicet crimina, donec peracta poenitentia transeant in

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Pennaforte's Summa de poenitentia et matrimonio, another Dominican work, of similar date (before 1238), came to join it, and the Franciscan Astexanus d'Asti added his Summa de casibus conscientiae around the year 1317.

    CASUISTRY

  • -- Verum est conscientia mea meretur damnationem, et poenitentia mea non sufficit ad satisfactionem.

    Pneumatologia

  • -- Verum est conscientia mea meretur damnationem, et poenitentia mea non sufficit ad satisfactionem.

    Pneumatologia

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