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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 33 | object, and rests therein, offering, as it were, to enfold it ~ 2 2, 80 | incite to sin, either by offering an object ~of appetite to 3 2, 80 | suggesting to him, or by offering him ~objects of appetite.~ 4 2, 80 | devil as persuading or ~offering the object of appetite.~ 5 2, 100 | other solemnities, and the ~offering of sacrifices. But the decalogue 6 2, 100 | so far as they aimed at offering worship to ~God; whereas 7 2, 102 | cleansing of a leper, an offering was ~made of sparrows. Now 8 2, 102 | unreasonable to forbid the offering of an imperfect animal, 9 2, 102 | ways; ~for sometimes an offering was made of ears of corn, 10 2, 102 | Thy hand." Wherefore in offering up ~sacrifices man made 11 2, 102 | men were withdrawn from ~offering sacrifices to idols. Hence 12 2, 102 | satisfaction for sin: for if the offering were granted to the use 13 2, 102 | an imperfect animal. The offering of turtledoves and doves ~ 14 2, 102 | so they restrained from offering sacrifices anywhere and ~ 15 2, 102 | denoted by the rod; and offering to God the fruit of His 16 2, 102 | altar to be made for the offering of ~sacrifices and gifts, 17 2, 102 | high ~that the priests when offering sacrifices would go up by 18 2, 102 | as to the priests, the ~offering of the victims, and the 19 2, 102 | obedient to God's law in offering the sacrifices (this is ~ 20 2, 102 | they received the power of offering these things to ~the Lord: 21 2, 103 | you": but only ~as to the offering of sacrifices because they 22 2, 103 | Lev. 4:26; 5:16) that in offering the sacrifice for sin "the ~ 23 2, 103 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the offering made by a leper after being 24 2, 103 | cleansed, to make this offering (Mt. 8:4). Therefore the 25 2, 106 | sinful flesh, and a sin offering ({peri hamartias}), ~hath," 26 2, 30 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the offering of sacrifices to God is 27 2, 30 | religion. ~But almsgiving is offering a sacrifice to God, according 28 2, 30 | reasons. First, because the offering is more excellent, since ~ 29 2, 52 | few," says: "Though the offering be small it cleanses the ~ 30 2, 52 | authority (gloss), a small offering ~made with a humble mind 31 2, 52 | them in the Law, ~since the offering of sacrifices was a kind 32 2, 75 | defects of the goods one is offering for sale, because if he 33 2, 78 | ii, 53), it consists in offering service and ceremonial rites 34 2, 79 | that "religion consists in ~offering service and ceremonial rites 35 2, 79 | subjection to God, either by offering ~something to God, or by 36 2, 79 | worshiped, such as the offering of sacrifices and so forth, 37 2, 79 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In offering a thing to a man on account 38 2, 79 | the more praiseworthy the offering, ~because it is more useful: 39 2, 79 | Idolaters are ridiculed for offering to idols things ~pertaining 40 2, 81 | humility and faith. For the ~offering of prayer itself to God 41 2, 81 | eternal God" ~belong to the offering up of prayer to God; the 42 2, 83 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether offering a sacrifice to God is of 43 2, 83 | God alone?~(3) Whether the offering of a sacrifice is a special 44 2, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether offering a sacrifice to God is of 45 2, 83 | OBJ 1: It would seem that offering a sacrifice to God is not 46 2, 83 | Melchisedech (Gn. 14:18), offering bread and wine in sacrifice, 47 2, 83 | by others. Therefore ~the offering of sacrifices is not of 48 2, 83 | his sin." Therefore the offering of sacrifice is not ~of 49 2, 83 | there has always ~been the offering of sacrifices. Now that 50 2, 83 | seemingly natural. Therefore the offering of sacrifices is of the 51 2, 83 | use certain sensibles, by offering them to God in ~sign of 52 2, 83 | sacrifice, and consequently the offering of sacrifice is of ~the 53 2, 83 | man. In like manner the offering of ~sacrifice belongs generically 54 2, 83 | was remitted ~through the offering of sacrifices. Nor does 55 2, 83 | should be represented as offering a sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 83 | prostrating before them, and offering them gifts, than is implied 57 2, 83 | gifts, than is implied by ~offering an animal or any other thing 58 2, 83 | altars are raised for the offering of ~sacrifices. Yet temples 59 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The offering of a sacrifice is measured 60 2, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the offering of sacrifice is a special 61 2, 83 | It would seem that the offering of sacrifice is not a special 62 2, 83 | definite virtue. Therefore the ~offering of sacrifice is not a special 63 2, 83 | seem to be comprised in the offering of ~sacrifice, according 64 2, 83 | to impart. ~Therefore the offering of sacrifice is not a special 65 2, 83 | oblation" is ~properly the offering of something to God even 66 2, 83 | thereto, thus we speak of offering money or bread at the altar, 67 2, 83 | 1/1~On the contrary, The offering of sacrifices of is of the 68 2, 83 | God: and the obligation of offering ~this sacrifice was not 69 2, 84 | 103], AA[3]~,4). Now the offering of oblations is one of the 70 2, 84 | made, there is no way of offering them ~again. Therefore in 71 2, 84 | sacrifice to the Lord, his offering shall be ~of fine flour." 72 2, 84 | written ~(Ecclus. 34:21): "The offering of him that sacrificeth 73 2, 84 | was forbidden to make an offering of the ~hire of a strumpet 74 2, 84 | that man should make an ~offering in God's honor out of the 75 2, 84 | from God, but ~that the offering should be made to any particular 76 2, 84 | actually present. But the offering of first-fruits was for 77 2, 85 | which was reserved for the ~offering of sacrifices, has no place 78 2, 86 | bound, for instance by ~offering tithes and so forth as mentioned 79 2, 86 | is an act of religion, as offering a sacrifice or praying. ~ 80 2, 90 | the ~day in praying and offering sacrifices that their children 81 2, 91 | worship God consists in offering to Him what we have ~received 82 2, 92 | answer in ~the negative. Now offering things to idols belongs 83 2, 101 | external things, as by ~offering gifts, erecting statues, 84 2, 102 | than sacrifices." Now the ~offering of sacrifices belongs to 85 2, 152 | to ~endanger himself by offering violence. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 86 2, 166 | burdensome to others, by offering no ~pleasure to others, 87 2, 184 | Divine nature." Now the ~offering of worship and ceremony 88 2, 184 | the divine service, ~as offering a holocaust to God. Hence 89 2, 184 | reference not only to the offering of sacrifices and other 90 2, 184 | Again, "a holocaust is the offering to God of all that one has," ~ 91 3, 14 | prophet is speaking of the offering of the Passion. ~But will 92 3, 21 | a strong cry and ~tears offering up prayers . . . He was 93 3, 22 | Christ are not accounted as offering ~a sacrifice to God, but 94 3, 22 | it was signified that the offering up of the true lamb, i.e. ~ 95 3, 22 | tears He offered [Vulg.: 'offering'] up prayers and ~supplications 96 3, 22 | consists ~principally in offering sacrifice. Therefore the 97 3, 22 | in ~the days of His flesh offering up payers," etc., as quoted 98 3, 22 | may be considered in the offering of a sacrifice ~by any priest - 99 3, 22 | two things: ~first, the offering of the sacrifice; secondly, 100 3, 22 | priesthood: ~namely, the offering made by Christ, and (our) 101 3, 22 | thereof. As to ~the actual offering, the priesthood of Christ 102 3, 26 | precepts and gifts, and by offering satisfaction and prayers 103 3, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the offering of gifts and the homage 104 3, 36 | Therefore the Magi were right in offering ~homage to Christ.~Aquin.: 105 3, 37 | first time. Wherefore one offering was made as a holocaust 106 3, 46 | God's chosen place for the offering of sacrifices ~to Himself: 107 3, 47 | Christ's Passion was the offering of a sacrifice, inasmuch ~ 108 3, 48 | account of His charity ~in offering up His own flesh. Hence 109 3, 49 | shape of a more pleasing ~offering.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 110 3, 55 | And He establishes this by offering His body to be handled; ~ 111 3, 62 | the Christian Religion by offering "Himself - an oblation ~ 112 3, 68 | iv), together with the offering of sacrifices, by ~means 113 3, 73 | Christ's sacrifice, in offering bread and wine. But the 114 3, 73 | seems ~that Melchisedech's offering was the "principal" figure 115 3, 74 | sacrifice ~is denoted by the offering of Melchisedech, so likewise 116 3, 74 | water, and so make the offering."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 117 3, 79 | than the ~quantity of the offering. Hence our Lord says (Mk. 118 3, 79 | Therefore, although this offering suffices of its own quantity 119 3, 79 | through ~another receiving or offering this sacrament.~Aquin.: 120 3, 79 | nature of the sacrament, but ~offering belongs to the nature of 121 3, 82 | him: "Receive the power of offering ~up the Sacrifice in the 122 3, 82 | spiritual priesthood for offering spiritual sacrifices, of 123 3, 82 | But ~the opportunity of offering sacrifice is considered 124 3, 82 | is rendered incapable of ~offering sacrifice; consequently, 125 3, 84 | very fact ~of making an offering for his sin, a man, in a 126 Suppl, 13| not be enough for a burnt offering [*Vulg.: 'Libanus shall 127 Suppl, 13| beasts thereof for a burnt offering']." Therefore ~by no means 128 Suppl, 21| prayer with the intention of offering it for their ~conversion.~ 129 Suppl, 37| likeness. But prayer and the ~offering of oblations are acts directed 130 Suppl, 40| Further, the priest, in offering, represents Christ in the ~ 131 Suppl, 40| far as he was a ~priest offering sacrifices, which was lawful 132 Suppl, 40| wore the breeches while offering sacrifices. But the ministers 133 Suppl, 43| he cannot make a further ~offering of himself to God in religion.~ 134 Suppl, 61| that, No one can make an offering to God of what belongs to ~ 135 Suppl, 71| First, when the sinner, offering suffrages, ~represents the 136 Suppl, 71| for the reason that by ~offering suffrages he has paid the 137 Suppl, 71| probable opinion. Wherefore the offering was made for them.~Aquin.: 138 Suppl, 71| Therefore ~not only the offering of the sacrifice of the 139 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: This offering of candles or oil may profit 140 Suppl, 71| them indirectly, either as offering them to the Church and as ~ 141 Suppl, 71| Further, just as a man by offering suffrages satisfies somewhat 142 Suppl, 71| intention of the person offering them, then the suffrage 143 Suppl, 71| to speak. Therefore one offering of the Eucharist for all 144 Suppl, 72| clear that he is speaking as offering his opinion. The same answer ~


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