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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 91 | Apostle says (Heb. 7:12): "The priesthood being ~translated, it is 2 2, 91 | made of the law." ~But the priesthood is twofold, as stated in 3 2, 91 | passage, viz. the ~levitical priesthood, and the priesthood of Christ. 4 2, 91 | levitical priesthood, and the priesthood of Christ. Therefore the 5 2, 102 | that the dignity of the ~priesthood should be denoted, in the 6 2, 102 | from insubordination to the priesthood of ~Aaron; wherefore it 7 2, 102 | should be debarred ~from the priesthood on account of defects in 8 2, 102 | the reverence due to the ~priesthood, the honor of which would 9 2, 103 | 17. ~In like manner the priesthood preceded the Law; for it 10 2, 103 | who worshipped ~God, the priesthood was in existence before 11 2, 104 | says (Heb. 7:12) that "the priesthood being ~translated it is 12 2, 104 | made of the Law." ~But the priesthood was transferred from Aaron 13 2, 107 | Apostle says (Heb. 7:12): "The priesthood being ~translated it is 14 2, 107 | made of the Law." ~But the priesthood of the New Testament is 15 2, 15 | shalt not do the office of priesthood to Me." Now ~the king is 16 2, 97 | chosen ~generation, a kingly priesthood, a holy nation, a purchased 17 2, 98 | him be cut off from the ~priesthood."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 18 2, 129 | ambitiously sought the high priesthood." Therefore ambition is 19 2, 182 | life, with a well-employed priesthood, you will find them as far ~ 20 2, 182 | exemplary life is worthy of the priesthood, ~and the abbot under whose 21 2, 183 | might be excluded from the priesthood." [*This prologue was ~falsely 22 2, 186 | same excellence, the ~same priesthood." Therefore in like manner 23 3, 20 | He ministered, to Him by priesthood. And some are ~predicated, 24 3, 20 | 2) His ~prayer; (3) His priesthood; (4) Adoption - whether 25 3, 22 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE PRIESTHOOD OF CHRIST (SIX ARTICLES)~ 26 3, 22 | have now to consider the Priesthood of Christ; and under this 27 3, 22 | 3) Of the effect of this priesthood;~(4) Whether the effect 28 3, 22 | Whether the effect of His priesthood pertains to Himself, or 29 3, 22 | eternal duration of His priesthood;~(6) Whether He should be 30 3, 22 | angels were ministers of His ~priesthood, according to Mt. 4:11: " 31 3, 22 | who are ordained to the priesthood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 32 3, 22 | Since, ~therefore, the priesthood of the Old Law was a figure 33 3, 22 | Law was a figure of the priesthood ~of Christ, He did not wish 34 3, 22 | might be made clear that His priesthood is not quite the ~same as 35 3, 22 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the priesthood of Christ has a greater 36 3, 22 | similarity to the ~Jewish priesthood, instituted by God, than 37 3, 22 | instituted by God, than to the priesthood of the ~Gentiles, by which 38 3, 22 | Therefore in ~Christ's priesthood the Man Christ should not 39 3, 22 | Whether the effect of Christ's priesthood is the expiation of sins?~ 40 3, 22 | that the effect of Christ's priesthood is not the ~expiation of 41 3, 22 | but as man. Therefore the ~priesthood of Christ does not expiate 42 3, 22 | in like manner under the ~priesthood of Christ a commemoration 43 3, 22 | are not expiated by the priesthood ~of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 44 3, 22 | Therefore it seems that His priesthood does not expiate sins.~Aquin.: 45 3, 22 | denote sins. Therefore the priesthood of Christ has the power 46 3, 22 | man offers to God. Now the priesthood of Christ produces both 47 3, 22 | Wherefore it is clear that the ~priesthood of Christ has full power 48 3, 22 | of the ~inefficacy of the priesthood of Christ, as though sins 49 3, 22 | Whether the effect of the priesthood of Christ pertained not 50 3, 22 | seem that the effect of the priesthood of Christ ~pertained not 51 3, 22 | from death." Therefore the ~priesthood of Christ had an effect 52 3, 22 | AA[3],4). Therefore the priesthood of Christ had ~an effect 53 3, 22 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the priesthood of the Old Law was a figure 54 3, 22 | Law was a figure of the ~priesthood of Christ. But the priest 55 3, 22 | Israel." Therefore the ~priesthood of Christ also had an effect 56 3, 22 | sacrifice. Therefore the priesthood of Christ had ~no effect 57 3, 22 | a one is subject to the priesthood by sharing ~in the effect 58 3, 22 | recipient of the effect of His priesthood, but ~rather to communicate 59 3, 22 | fountain-head of the entire priesthood: for the ~priest of the 60 3, 22 | receive the effect of His priesthood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 61 3, 22 | was not an action of His priesthood. But this answer seems to ~ 62 3, 22 | offered pertained to His ~priesthood. We must therefore say that 63 3, 22 | in the ~effect of their priesthood, not as priests, but as 64 3, 22 | partook of the effect of His priesthood but with this qualification - 65 3, 22 | Now the proper effect of priesthood is that ~which results from 66 3, 22 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the priesthood of Christ endures for ever?~ 67 3, 22 | It would seem that the priesthood of Christ does not endure 68 3, 22 | need the effect of ~the priesthood who have the weakness of 69 3, 22 | Resp. vii). ~Therefore the priesthood of Christ endures not for 70 3, 22 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the priesthood of Christ was made manifest 71 3, 22 | no more." Therefore the priesthood of Christ will not endure 72 3, 22 | lay dead. ~Therefore the priesthood of Christ endures not for 73 3, 22 | for which reason ~the priesthood of Christ is said to be 74 3, 22 | further ~expiation by the priesthood of Christ, but having expiated, 75 3, 22 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the priesthood of Christ was according 76 3, 22 | would seem that Christ's priesthood was not according to the ~ 77 3, 22 | fountain-head of the entire ~priesthood, as being the principal 78 3, 22 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the priesthood of the Old Law was more 79 3, 22 | was more akin to Christ's ~priesthood than was the priesthood 80 3, 22 | priesthood than was the priesthood that existed before the 81 3, 22 | 2], A[7]. Therefore ~the priesthood of Christ should be denominated 82 3, 22 | be denominated after the priesthood of ~the Law, rather than 83 3, 22 | stated above (A[4], ad 3) the priesthood of the Law ~was a figure 84 3, 22 | Law ~was a figure of the priesthood of Christ, not as adequately 85 3, 22 | thereof: both because the ~priesthood of the Law did not wash 86 3, 22 | was not ~eternal, as the priesthood of Christ. Now the excellence 87 3, 22 | Christ's over ~the Levitical priesthood was foreshadowed in the 88 3, 22 | was foreshadowed in the priesthood of ~Melchisedech, who received 89 3, 22 | Abraham, in whose loins the ~priesthood of the Law was tithed. Consequently 90 3, 22 | tithed. Consequently the priesthood of Christ ~is said to be " 91 3, 22 | excellence of the true priesthood over the figural priesthood 92 3, 22 | priesthood over the figural priesthood of the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 93 3, 22 | Christ's over the Levitical priesthood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 94 3, 22 | be considered in Christ's priesthood: ~namely, the offering made 95 3, 22 | the actual offering, the priesthood of Christ was more distinctly ~ 96 3, 22 | distinctly ~foreshadowed by the priesthood of the Law, by reason of 97 3, 22 | shedding of ~blood, than by the priesthood of Melchisedech in which 98 3, 22 | the excellence of Christ's priesthood ~over the priesthood of 99 3, 22 | Christ's priesthood ~over the priesthood of the Law principally consists, 100 3, 22 | distinctly foreshadowed by the priesthood of Melchisedech, who ~offered 101 3, 31 | Apostle proves that the priesthood according to the order of ~ 102 3, 31 | greater than the Levitical priesthood, from the fact that ~Abraham 103 3, 31 | Levi, from whom the legal ~priesthood was derived, was yet in 104 3, 31 | paid tithes in Abraham, His priesthood would not have been according 105 3, 31 | Reply OBJ 4: The levitical priesthood was handed down through 106 3, 31 | he, it ~follows that the priesthood of Melchisedech, inasmuch 107 3, 31 | than that of Levi. But the priesthood of Christ ~does not result 108 3, 35 | priestly city. ~Now, Christ's priesthood and kingdom were "consummated" 109 3, 36 | the ~ministry of the legal priesthood. Therefore it seems that 110 3, 50 | the fount of the entire priesthood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 111 3, 61 | it was foretold that the priesthood of Christ would be ~"according 112 3, 63 | is derived from Christ's priesthood. ~Consequently, it is clear 113 3, 63 | participations of Christ's Priesthood, flowing from Christ Himself.~ 114 3, 63 | faithful have a share in His Priesthood; in the sense that as ~Christ 115 3, 63 | full power of a spiritual priesthood, so His faithful are ~likened 116 3, 63 | have a character: but His ~Priesthood is compared to a character, 117 3, 63 | of itself. Now Christ's ~Priesthood is eternal, according to 118 3, 63 | sanctification wrought by His Priesthood, is perpetual, enduring 119 3, 63 | the perfection of Christ's Priesthood, from which the ~character 120 3, 63 | participator in Christ's Priesthood. But the sacramental character 121 3, 63 | participation in Christ's Priesthood, as already stated ~(AA[ 122 3, 63 | the very plenitude of the ~Priesthood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 123 3, 63 | participator in Christ's ~Priesthood, from the fact that it confers 124 3, 63 | pertaining to the worship of the priesthood of Christ: while it is just ~ 125 3, 65 | participation in Christ's priesthood. Wherefore the ~sacrament 126 3, 67 | principal purpose of the ~priesthood, so it is the proper office 127 3, 82 | consequently he ~has a spiritual priesthood for offering spiritual sacrifices, 128 3, 82 | written (1 Pt. 2:5): "A holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual ~ 129 3, 82 | there is neither valid priesthood nor true sacrifice." But 130 3, 82 | have the dignity of the priesthood or of any other ~ministerial 131 3, 82 | have the dignity of the ~priesthood. Therefore heretics and 132 3, 82 | through being ordained to the priesthood, have such power ~rightly 133 3, 82 | in body to approach the ~priesthood, so if anyone be disabled 134 Suppl, 6 | the New Testament, yet the priesthood of the New Testament was ~ 135 Suppl, 19| 9:11-12). For there the priesthood of Christ ~is given the 136 Suppl, 19| the preference over the priesthood of the Law, inasmuch as ~ 137 Suppl, 19| with hand, whither the ~priesthood of the Old Law brought men " 138 Suppl, 19| clear that the power of that priesthood did not reach ~to heavenly 139 Suppl, 19| the kingdom go with the priesthood whereby man ~is brought 140 Suppl, 19| kingdom, but such was not the priesthood of ~Levi; hence it had the 141 Suppl, 19| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the priesthood is an order belonging to 142 Suppl, 19| capable of receiving the priesthood, ~since she is not competent 143 Suppl, 20| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the priesthood of the New Testament is 144 Suppl, 20| judgment and power of our priesthood was ~foreshadowed by the 145 Suppl, 20| judgment of the ancient priesthood. Now according to ~the Law, 146 Suppl, 29| body no order is above the priesthood, whereas, in respect ~of 147 Suppl, 29| episcopate is above the priesthood, as we ~shall state further 148 Suppl, 35| sacraments except in the Order of priesthood. ~Therefore a character 149 Suppl, 35| imprinted only in the Order of priesthood; ~but this is not true, 150 Suppl, 35| if he be ordained to the priesthood is not a ~priest, and he 151 Suppl, 36| Many are raised to the priesthood even who know nothing ~at 152 Suppl, 36| monks ~were raised to the priesthood, being of a most holy life. 153 Suppl, 36| Wherefore some are raised to the priesthood, to whom ~the first act 154 Suppl, 37| bodies. ~Therefore also priesthood and diaconate, as they are 155 Suppl, 37| in one Order, namely the ~priesthood, while in the other sacraments 156 Suppl, 37| seven gifts, so ~that the priesthood corresponds to the gift 157 Suppl, 37| sacred Orders, ~namely the priesthood and diaconate, which exercise 158 Suppl, 37| anointing; and therefore in the ~priesthood also and not at the handing 159 Suppl, 38| those who are raised to ~the priesthood need most copious grace, 160 Suppl, 40| of the royal and perfect ~priesthood. In like manner lay brothers 161 Suppl, 40| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the priesthood of the New Testament is 162 Suppl, 40| is more worthy than ~the priesthood of the Old. But the priests


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