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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ceremonial

    Part, Question
1 2, 98 | Lord refers there to the ceremonial precepts; which are ~said 2 2, 99 | 3) Whether it contains ceremonial precepts in addition to 3 2, 99 | Whether the Old Law comprises ceremonial, besides moral, precepts?~ 4 2, 99 | Old Law does not comprise ceremonial, ~besides moral, precepts. 5 2, 99 | precepts that are styled ceremonial seem to refer ~to the Divine 6 2, 99 | A[2]), it seems that the ceremonial precepts ~should not be 7 2, 99 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the ceremonial precepts seem to be those 8 2, 99 | need for the Law to contain ceremonial precepts ~about certain 9 2, 99 | there are others which are ceremonial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 10 2, 99 | worship ~are specially called ceremonial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 11 2, 99 | offerings, belongs to the ceremonial ~precepts. Consequently 12 2, 99 | precepts. Consequently the ceremonial precepts are distinct from 13 2, 99 | eyes, which pertains to the ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 14 2, 99 | Whether, besides the moral and ceremonial precepts, there are also ~ 15 2, 99 | addition to ~the moral and ceremonial precepts in the Old Law. 16 2, 99 | that is foreshadowed are ~ceremonial. Therefore besides these 17 2, 99 | precepts besides moral and ~ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 18 2, 99 | worship is effected ~by the ceremonial precepts, so the determination 19 2, 99 | dictated by the natural law; ~"ceremonial" precepts, which are determinations 20 2, 99 | holy," with regard ~to the ceremonial precepts (since the word " 21 2, 99 | something in common with the ceremonial ~precepts, in that they 22 2, 99 | and sometimes judicial and ceremonial precepts, as in Lev. 18: 23 2, 99 | refers to judicial and ~ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 24 2, 99 | the moral, judicial, and ~ceremonial precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS 25 2, 99 | the moral, ~judicial, and ceremonial precepts. Because the judicial 26 2, 99 | between man and man; while the ceremonial ~precepts belong to the 27 2, 99 | the moral, judicial and ceremonial precepts, the Law contains 28 2, 99 | there are not only moral, ceremonial and judicial precepts, but ~ 29 2, 99 | human affairs; ~to the "ceremonial" precepts, as regards Divine 30 2, 99 | the Law are either moral, ~ceremonial, or judicial; and that other 31 2, 99 | anything foreign to ~the ceremonial and judicial precepts.~Aquin.: 32 2, 100 | moral precepts, (2) the ceremonial precepts, (3) the judicial 33 2, 100 | precepts, distinct from the ceremonial and ~judicial precepts, 34 2, 100 | are not reducible to the ceremonial ~precepts, but rather vice 35 2, 100 | of the decalogue, ~one is ceremonial, viz. "Remember that thou 36 2, 100 | in which respect it is a ceremonial precept.~Aquin.: SMT FS 37 2, 100 | of the precepts ~include ceremonial matter, or a determination 38 2, 100 | distinct from the judicial and ~ceremonial precepts, as stated above ( 39 2, 100 | belong to the judicial and ~ceremonial precepts: and the general 40 2, 100 | 3],4), ~the judicial and ceremonial precepts derive their force 41 2, 100 | commandment are added all the ceremonial precepts. ~To the fourth 42 2, 100 | their institution that the ceremonial ~and judicial precepts " 43 2, 100 | various ~ways. Because the ceremonial precepts taken as a whole 44 2, 101 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE CEREMONIAL PRECEPTS IN THEMSELVES ( 45 2, 101 | We must now consider the ceremonial precepts: and first we must 46 2, 101 | inquiry:~(1) The nature of the ceremonial precepts;~(2) Whether they 47 2, 101 | Whether the nature of the ceremonial precepts consists in their ~ 48 2, 101 | seem that the nature of the ceremonial precepts does not ~consist 49 2, 101 | man. Therefore ~they are ceremonial precepts. Yet they seem 50 2, 101 | Therefore the nature of the ceremonial precepts does not ~consist 51 2, 101 | Further, some state that the ceremonial precepts are those which ~ 52 2, 101 | does not ~seem that the ceremonial precepts are so called from 53 2, 101 | Further, some say that the ceremonial precepts are patterns, i.e. ~ 54 2, 101 | Divine worship are called ceremonial.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 55 2, 101 | Perplex. iii) that the ~ceremonial precepts are those for which 56 2, 101 | in the Law. Therefore the ceremonial precepts are not those which 57 2, 101 | above (Q[99], A[4]), the ceremonial precepts ~are determinations 58 2, 101 | precepts are properly called ~ceremonial, which pertain to the Divine 59 2, 101 | distinction between the ceremonial and the other precepts. ~ 60 2, 101 | are ~contained under the ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 61 2, 101 | solemn festivals: so that all ceremonial ~precepts may be included 62 2, 101 | Divine worship are called ceremonial ~precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 63 2, 101 | This explanation of the ceremonial precepts has a certain ~ 64 2, 101 | not that they are called ceremonial precisely ~because there 65 2, 101 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the ceremonial precepts are figurative?~ 66 2, 101 | It would seem that the ceremonial precepts are not figurative. ~ 67 2, 101 | worship of God. But the ceremonial precepts are ordained to ~ 68 2, 101 | figurative. Therefore the ceremonial ~precepts should not be 69 2, 101 | the other. Therefore ~the ceremonial precepts, which refer to 70 2, 101 | 1]; Q[99], AA[3],4), the ceremonial ~precepts are those which 71 2, 101 | there should have been man ceremonial precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS 72 2, 101 | should not have been many ceremonial ~precepts. For those things 73 2, 101 | proportionate to that end. But the ceremonial precepts, as stated above ~( 74 2, 101 | should not have been many ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 75 2, 101 | the great number of the ceremonial precepts was an ~occasion 76 2, 101 | v, 3), it seems that the ceremonial precepts should not have 77 2, 101 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the ceremonial precepts referred to the 78 2, 101 | should not have been many ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 79 2, 101 | Law should contain many ceremonial precepts. For in that people ~ 80 2, 101 | recall ~them by means of ceremonial precepts from the worship 81 2, 101 | that there should be many ceremonial ~precepts; both because 82 2, 101 | was ~foreshadowed by these ceremonial precepts, brought many boons 83 2, 101 | God from ~giving them many ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 84 2, 101 | consecrated. But all ~the ceremonial precepts were ordained to 85 2, 101 | reckoned as part of the ~ceremonial: since they were a shadow 86 2, 101 | stated above (AA[1],2), the ceremonial precepts are ~ordained to 87 2, 102 | 1 - OF THE CAUSES OF THE CEREMONIAL PRECEPTS (SIX ARTICLES) ~ 88 2, 102 | consider the causes of the ceremonial precepts: under which ~head 89 2, 102 | there was any cause for the ceremonial precepts?~(2) Whether the 90 2, 102 | Whether the cause of the ceremonial precepts was literal or ~ 91 2, 102 | there was any cause for the ceremonial precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS 92 2, 102 | there was no cause for the ceremonial ~precepts. Because on Eph. 93 2, 102 | there was no reason for the ~ceremonial observances of the Old Law.~ 94 2, 102 | there is any reason for the ceremonial ~precepts, they would not 95 2, 102 | there was no cause for the ceremonial precepts: for the ~reason 96 2, 102 | enlightening the eyes." But the ceremonial precepts are ~commandments 97 2, 102 | reasonable cause. Therefore the ceremonial precepts ~have a reasonable 98 2, 102 | Now it is evident that the ceremonial precepts, like all the other ~ 99 2, 102 | must needs say that the ceremonial precepts ~were ordained 100 2, 102 | something. And so also the ceremonial precepts of ~the Old Law 101 2, 102 | shalt not steal." But ~the ceremonial precepts have a reasonable 102 2, 102 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the ceremonial precepts have a literal 103 2, 102 | It would seem that the ceremonial precepts have not a literal, ~ 104 2, 102 | figurative cause. For among the ceremonial precepts, the ~chief was 105 2, 102 | much more did the other ceremonial precepts have none but a ~ 106 2, 102 | its cause. But all the ~ceremonial precepts are figurative, 107 2, 102 | are certain points in the ~ceremonial precepts, which appear to 108 2, 102 | the contrary, Just as the ceremonial precepts foreshadowed Christ, 109 2, 102 | literal sense. Therefore the ceremonial precepts had also literal, ~ 110 2, 102 | end. Now the end of the ceremonial ~precepts was twofold: for 111 2, 102 | Accordingly the reasons for the ceremonial precepts of the Old Law 112 2, 102 | argument would avail if the ceremonial precepts had ~been given 113 2, 102 | reasonable cause for the ceremonial observances?~Aquin.: SMT 114 2, 102 | reasonable cause for the ~ceremonial observances. Because, as 115 2, 103 | OF THE DURATION OF THE CEREMONIAL PRECEPTS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 116 2, 103 | consider the duration of the ceremonial precepts: under ~which head 117 2, 103 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the ceremonial precepts were in existence 118 2, 103 | 2~I answer that, All the ceremonial precepts of the Old Law 119 2, 103 | precepts; but as regards the ceremonial precepts it ~lasts for even 120 2, 103 | these rites. For heathenish ~ceremonial was rejected as absolutely 121 2, 103 | time; whereas the legal ceremonial ceased as being fulfilled ~ 122 2, 103 | by observing the legal ceremonial ~for the time being; because 123 2, 104 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, as the ceremonial precepts relate to God, 124 2, 104 | 101], A[1]). But among the ceremonial precepts there are some 125 2, 104 | to God, they are ~called "ceremonial" precepts: but when they 126 2, 104 | worshipped. There are also ~ceremonial precepts, which have no 127 2, 104 | consequently, is a matter of ceremonial precept, that man should 128 2, 104 | reason there had to be more ceremonial than judicial precepts in ~ 129 2, 104 | Because it seems proper to the ceremonial precepts to be instituted 130 2, 104 | between the judicial and ~ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS 131 2, 104 | something. In this way the ceremonial ~precepts are figurative; 132 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The ceremonial precepts are not figurative 133 2, 104 | Now this is true of the ceremonial precept, ~which "could [ 134 2, 104 | in the same way as the ~ceremonial precepts. For the ceremonial 135 2, 104 | ceremonial precepts. For the ceremonial precepts were annulled so 136 2, 104 | has been stated that the ceremonial precepts are ~figurative 137 2, 104 | distinct division of the ceremonial ~precepts, the Law alludes 138 2, 104 | them. But the judicial and ceremonial precepts have a different 139 2, 107 | contained precepts, moral, ceremonial, and ~judicial, as stated 140 2, 107 | mentioning the judicial and ~ceremonial precepts. Therefore it seems 141 2, 107 | foreshadowed it by certain ceremonial actions, and promised it ~ 142 2, 107 | Col. 2:17) concerning the ~ceremonial precepts that they were " 143 2, 107 | except ~in the point of ceremonial precepts, as stated above ( 144 2, 107 | the ~very fact that the ceremonial precepts were fulfilled 145 2, 107 | various foods, which ~was a ceremonial matter, Our Lord did not 146 2, 107 | OBJ 4: The reason why the ceremonial precepts of the Law are 147 2, 108 | we were treating of ~the ceremonial of the Old Law (Q[101], 148 2, 108 | Old Law, besides moral and ceremonial precepts, ~there were certain 149 2, 108 | worship, belongs to the ceremonial ~precepts of the Law; and, 150 2, 108 | apostles those precepts not as ceremonial ~observances, but as moral 151 2, 108 | and judicial, there were ~ceremonial precepts about which Our 152 2, 108 | the observance of the ~ceremonial precepts was totally abolished 153 2, 78 | in offering service and ceremonial rites or ~worship to "some 154 2, 79 | in ~offering service and ceremonial rites to a superior nature 155 2, 79 | belongs to religion "to offer ceremonial worship ~to the Godhead" [* 156 2, 79 | Godhead" [*Cf. A[1]], and ceremonial matters, as stated above ( 157 2, 81 | one "offers worship ~end ceremonial rites to the Godhead" [* 158 2, 84 | Gospel, to observe the ~ceremonial precepts of the Old Law, 159 2, 84 | oblations is one of the ceremonial precepts of ~the Old Law, 160 2, 84 | that, apparently, it is a ceremonial ~precept. But ceremonial 161 2, 84 | ceremonial ~precept. But ceremonial precepts are not to be observed 162 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The ceremonial observances were properly 163 2, 85 | is either a judicial or a ceremonial precept. Now, as stated 164 2, 85 | are hound ~neither to the ceremonial nor to the judicial precepts 165 2, 85 | something in common with the "ceremonial precepts," ~which were instituted 166 2, 85 | proves it to ~be, not a ceremonial but a judicial precept, 167 2, 85 | this difference between the ceremonial and judicial precepts of ~ 168 2, 85 | unlawful to ~observe the ceremonial precepts at the time of 169 2, 86 | to offer God worship and ceremonial rites. But he who takes 170 2, 120 | s neighbor, just as the ~ceremonial precepts are determinations 171 2, 120 | Taken literally it is a ceremonial precept, for it is written ( 172 2, 120 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the ceremonial precepts of the Law contain " 173 2, 120 | unfitting to omit ~all other ceremonial observances and to mention 174 2, 120 | is partly oral and partly ceremonial. It is a moral precept in ~ 175 2, 120 | Creation of ~the world, it is a ceremonial precept. Again, it is a 176 2, 120 | precept. Again, it is a ceremonial precept ~in its allegorical 177 2, 120 | precept. Again, it is a ceremonial ~precept in its analogical 178 2, 120 | as a moral, but not as a ceremonial ~precept.~Aquin.: SMT SS 179 2, 120 | decalogue, rather than any other ceremonial ~precept of the Law.~Aquin.: 180 3, 47 | His ~Passion fulfilled the ceremonial precepts of the Law, which 181 3, 74 | not intend to follow the ceremonial of the Law, but to conform 182 3, 83 | incense, not as commanded by a ceremonial precept of ~the Law, but 183 Suppl, 64| the first reason, it was a ceremonial ~precept, but with regard 184 Suppl, 65| other things contrary to the ceremonial laws of the ~Jews, though 185 Suppl, 65| fornication among that of other ceremonial ~observances, because in


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