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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 66 | in the Sacrament of the Altar. He could, therefore, cause 2 1, 67 | in the Sacrament of the Altar. He could, therefore, cause 3 2, 101 | is the Sacrament of the Altar. Therefore in the Old Law ~ 4 2, 102 | sacrifices partakers of the altar?" It was therefore ~unbecoming 5 2, 102 | and burn it all upon the altar, for a holocaust, and most 6 2, 102 | poured out at the foot of the altar, in honor of God, while 7 2, 102 | fat was ~burnt upon the altar (Lev. 9:9,10). The reason 8 2, 102 | 24): "You shall make an altar ~of earth unto Me": and 9 2, 102 | go up by steps ~unto My altar." It was therefore unfitting 10 2, 102 | be commanded to make an altar of wood laid over with gold 11 2, 102 | Thou shalt make also an altar of setim ~wood, which shall 12 2, 102 | Thou shalt make . . . an altar to burn incense, of setim 13 2, 102 | three things, viz. the "altar of incense," which was directly 14 2, 102 | intelligible words. The altar of ~incense signified the 15 2, 102 | the rod: because on ~that altar the sweet-smelling incense 16 2, 102 | outer ~tabernacle, by the altar of incense: because the 17 2, 102 | holiness of the people, on the altar of incense, so to speak. 18 2, 102 | is from that quarter. The altar of ~incense was instituted 19 2, 102 | outside the tabernacle was the altar of holocausts, on ~which 20 2, 102 | could approach ~the inner altar, whereon the very devotion 21 2, 102 | offered to God. And this altar was put up outside the tabernacle 22 2, 102 | offered, as it were, on the altar ~of holocausts; and those 23 2, 102 | of the perfect, on the ~altar of incense, as it were, 24 2, 102 | 7: The Lord commanded an altar to be made for the offering 25 2, 102 | the construction of ~the altar the Lord issued a twofold 26 2, 102 | commanded them to make "an altar ~of earth," or at least " 27 2, 102 | again, not to make the ~altar high, so as to make it necessary 28 2, 102 | grove, nor any tree near the altar of the Lord thy ~God": since 29 2, 102 | that in ~Christ, Who is our altar, there is the true nature 30 2, 102 | and this is to make an altar of earth; and again, in ~ 31 2, 102 | is "not to go up" to the altar by steps. Moreover we should 32 2, 102 | the Lord commanded the altar of holocausts to be made 33 2, 102 | all the people; and the altar of incense, which was ~visible 34 2, 102 | go up by ~steps unto My altar" (Ex. 20:26) is stated to 35 2, 102 | that without any danger the altar could be placed so high ~ 36 2, 102 | not, however, burnt on the altar: since none but holocausts 37 2, 102 | up ~to the sanctuary or altar. Of these eight vestments 38 2, 103 | and consecrating of the altar were part of ~the ceremonies 39 2, 103 | Abraham . . . built . . . an altar to the ~Lord"; and (Gn. 40 2, 108 | consecration of a temple, an altar or the like, or, ~again, 41 2, 1 | in the Sacrament of the altar. But ~it might happen that 42 2, 30 | not made therefrom ~at the altar, both on account of the 43 2, 37 | inanimate things, since an altar, once consecrated, is not ~ 44 2, 38 | to the ministry of ~the altar, on which the Passion of 45 2, 62 | the man who went up to the altar to sacrifice (1 ~Mach. 2); 46 2, 62 | for the ministry of the altar, whereon is ~represented 47 2, 68 | unbecoming for ministers of the altar to slay a man ~or to cooperate 48 2, 83 | offering money or bread at the altar, and yet ~nothing is done 49 2, 84 | thou offer thy gift ~at the altar," as though this were left 50 2, 84 | burnt-offering upon the altar; it is an oblation to the 51 2, 84 | since they that serve the ~altar partake with the altar, 52 2, 84 | altar partake with the altar, according to 1 Cor. 9:13), 53 2, 84 | through being ministers of the altar, ~and then they can accept 54 2, 84 | shall set it before the ~altar of the Lord thy God," and 55 2, 85 | which the ministers of the altar have a right ~to the expenses 56 2, 85 | as being ministers of the altar and sowers of spiritual 57 2, 89 | ministers of the sacred altar must not ~sing" (Cf. Decret., 58 2, 98 | and ~they that serve the altar, partake with the altar?"~ 59 2, 98 | altar, partake with the altar?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 60 2, 150 | in the Sacrament of the Altar." By ~this we are given 61 2, 167 | even the ministers of the altar ~use most precious vestments 62 2, 167 | again the ~ministers of the altar, are attired in more costly 63 2, 182 | which is nearest to the altar." Therefore it would ~seem 64 2, 182 | in the sacrament of the altar. ~For this requires a greater 65 2, 183 | live coal taken from the ~altar, shows us that no one should 66 2, 183 | ordained bishop at ~the altar to which he is consecrated 67 2, 185 | they be ministers of the altar, according to 1 ~Cor. 9: 68 2, 185 | 14, "They that serve the altar partake with the altar. 69 2, 185 | the altar partake with the altar. So also ~the lord ordained 70 2, 185 | they be ministers of the altar and dispensers of the ~sacraments, 71 2, 185 | because the sacrament of the altar ~wherever it be offered 72 3, 29 | and the Sacrament of the Altar. Wherefore our Lord wished 73 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The altar of holocausts, upon which 74 3, 51 | for the sacrifice of the altar ~to be offered not upon 75 3, 60 | the consecration of an altar, and such like. ~Therefore 76 3, 60 | In the Sacrament of the Altar, two things are ~signified, 77 3, 63 | consecration of a church or an altar lasts for ever unless they ~ 78 3, 65 | of a sacrament; thus the altar and ~vessels are consecrated 79 3, 74 | in the sacrament of the altar after ~the consecration 80 3, 75 | in the sacrament of ~the altar, but only as in a sign.~ 81 3, 75 | in the sacrament of the altar ~according to His bodily 82 3, 76 | s body is present on the altar by the power of ~this sacrament, 83 3, 76 | is nowhere else upon the altar: likewise it seems to be ~ 84 3, 76 | be only on the particular altar where this ~sacrament is 85 3, 76 | on any other part of the altar, is due not to its being 86 3, 77 | which are placed ~on the altar, are the true body and blood 87 3, 79 | Many receive ~it from the altar . . . and by receiving" . . . 88 3, 79 | bring innocence to the altar." It is no ~wonder, then, 89 3, 79 | Bring innocence to the altar: your sins, though they ~ 90 3, 79 | by participation at this Altar, shall ~receive the most 91 3, 79 | bring innocence to the altar; your sins, though they 92 3, 80 | Eat the bread" ~of the altar "spiritually; take innocence 93 3, 80 | spiritually; take innocence to the altar." But angels do ~not approach 94 3, 80 | angels do ~not approach the altar as for the purpose of taking 95 3, 80 | Many receive ~from the altar, and by receiving die: whence 96 3, 80 | familiarly with God at the altar?" [*The ~remaining part 97 3, 80 | unbecoming to approach ~the altar (and hence those who wish 98 3, 80 | Let the sacraments of the altar be celebrated only by men 99 3, 81 | is consecrated upon the altar. ~Therefore, much more so 100 3, 82 | body and blood upon God's altar."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 101 3, 82 | s body appears upon the ~altar under the guise of flesh, 102 3, 82 | Lord ~Jesus Christ upon the altar, he must himself be a partaker 103 3, 82 | sacrifices, partakers of the altar?" Therefore it is necessary 104 3, 82 | appears miraculously upon the altar under ~the guise of flesh, 105 3, 82 | which Christ offered on the altar of the cross." Nor does 106 3, 82 | forbidden to approach the ~altar; but this does not prevent 107 3, 82 | if we do not approach Thy altar with clean heart and pure ~ 108 3, 82 | about the ~offices of the altar . . . despising the temple 109 3, 83 | Christ's Passion, so the altar is representative of the ~ 110 3, 83 | consecrate a church, or an altar, or such like inanimate 111 3, 83 | consecration of a church or altar, is the work of a man; as 112 3, 83 | consecration of a church or of an ~altar to be commemorated with 113 3, 83 | a figure of the New, the altar was not made ~of hewn stones: 114 3, 83 | 24): "You shall make an altar ~of earth unto Me . . . 115 3, 83 | and if thou make an altar of stone unto Me, thou ~ 116 3, 83 | hewn stones." Again, the altar is commanded to be ~made 117 3, 83 | among the materials of ~the altar vessels, so are cloths of 118 3, 83 | chalice is of gold, the altar cloths ~ought to be made 119 3, 83 | this ~sacrament. By the altar Christ Himself is signified, 120 3, 83 | the consecration of the altar signifies Christ's holiness, 121 3, 83 | But not without a portable altar consecrated by the ~bishop: 122 3, 83 | chapels, ~with a consecrated altar." For because Christ's holiness 123 3, 83 | necessity a consecrated altar ~suffices for performing 124 3, 83 | without consecrating the altar. Yet sometimes an altar ~ 125 3, 83 | altar. Yet sometimes an altar ~is consecrated apart from 126 3, 83 | Reply OBJ 3: The church, altar, and other like inanimate 127 3, 83 | read there, too, that "the altar covering, ~chair, candlesticks, 128 3, 83 | the consecration of the altar signifies Christ's ~holiness, 129 3, 83 | consecration of a church or of an altar is more ~fittingly commemorated. 130 3, 83 | consecration of a church or altar man's doing only, since 131 3, 83 | sacrament; both because the ~altar signifies Christ, for in 132 3, 83 | in the old ~Law, when the altar was made in one place. As 133 3, 83 | commandment to make ~the altar of earth, or of unhewn stones, 134 3, 83 | celebrate the sacrifice of the altar upon a cloth of silk, or ~ 135 3, 83 | namely, without house, and altar, consecrated chalice ~and 136 3, 83 | thy holy angel ~unto Thine altar on high."~Aquin.: SMT TP 137 3, 83 | of the angel." But God's "altar on high" means either the 138 3, 83 | because it is said of this altar (Ex. 20:26): "Thou ~shalt 139 3, 83 | not go up by steps unto My altar, i.e. thou shalt make no 140 3, 83 | they are to come to the altar." Therefore it is not fitting ~ 141 3, 83 | sweet-smelling incense" upon the altar which was "before the ~propitiatory": 142 3, 83 | and ~therefore when the altar which represents Christ, 143 3, 83 | The ~part reserved on the altar till the close of the mass, 144 3, 83 | reserving one part on the ~altar till the close of the mass 145 3, 83 | are to be offered ~on the altar as shall suffice for the 146 3, 83 | ashes buried inside the altar ~and let the priest do penance 147 3, 83 | from the ~chalice on to the altar, let the minister suck up 148 3, 83 | days; if it falls upon the altar cloth and ~penetrates to 149 3, 83 | penetrates to the second altar cloth, let him do four days' 150 3, 83 | days' penance; and let the altar linens which ~the drop touched 151 3, 83 | and put away nigh to the altar." It ~might even be drunk 152 3, 83 | putting the ashes in the altar or down the sacrarium. ~ 153 3, 89 | those who serve at the Holy Altar fall ~suddenly into some 154 Suppl, 8 | in the sacrament ~of the altar a punishment of forty days 155 Suppl, 29| required beforehand: but the ~altar and such like things, even 156 Suppl, 33| But the anointing of an altar is not repeated, unless 157 Suppl, 33| not repeated, unless the altar be ~shattered. Neither, 158 Suppl, 33| anointed in order that the altar may be ~consecrated, and 159 Suppl, 33| consecrated, as long as the altar ~remains, hence it cannot 160 Suppl, 37| iii). For just as temple, altar, vessels, and vestments 161 Suppl, 37| place the oblation on the altar; hence, when they are ordained, 162 Suppl, 37| chalice of benediction on the altar and offer them to the priests." ~ 163 Suppl, 37| place the oblations on the altar, and to read the ~epistle; 164 Suppl, 37| people and places them on the altar or ~offers them to the deacon. 165 Suppl, 38| be annulled, for even an altar or chrism once ~consecrated 166 Suppl, 40| But the ministers of the altar should have the mind uncovered. 167 Suppl, 40| the consecration of the altar, vestments, and so forth. ~ 168 Suppl, 69| refreshment, or ~under the altar of God, and that they are 169 Suppl, 71| Church, the Sacrament of the altar, and ~almsgiving profit 170 Suppl, 71| forth to the Lord God at His altar." This custom was ~established 171 Suppl, 71| instance the sacrifice of the ~altar. And since our sacraments 172 Suppl, 71| sacrifices, whether of the altar or of any alms whatsoever 173 Suppl, 71| is the sacrifice of the altar. ~Therefore suffrages profit 174 Suppl, 71| Church, the sacrifice of the altar and alms ~profit the departed?~ 175 Suppl, 71| Church, the sacrifice of the altar and alms, ~or that they 176 Suppl, 71| than the Sacrament of the ~altar.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 177 Suppl, 71| the same Sacrifice of the ~altar. If, therefore, sacrifice, 178 Suppl, 71| of the sacrifice of the altar, but also other ~offerings 179 Suppl, 71| by one sacrifice of ~the altar: even so, by the one sacrifice 180 Suppl, 77| in the Sacrament of the altar. ~Therefore the blood will 181 Suppl, 80| in the ~Sacrament of the Altar. Therefore it can nowise 182 Suppl, 80| in the Sacrament of the Altar. Likewise by the power of 183 Suppl, 80| body is not locally on the altar), although ~it is possible 184 Suppl, 80| in the Sacrament of the Altar, ~as stated above (Sent. 185 Suppl, 90| Apoc. 6:9, "I saw under the altar the souls ~of them that 186 Suppl, 90| the saints are ~under the altar, i.e. less exalted than


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