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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mass

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1 1, 55 | able to apprehend the whole mass of intelligible objects. 2 1, 68 | it in a solid state, as a mass of ice, and that this is 3 1, 68 | taken to mean the ~infinite mass of water, understood as 4 1, 69 | this word signifies the mass of waters without order. 5 1, 70 | that the sun was a fiery mass of ~stone, and neither a 6 1, 56 | able to apprehend the whole mass of intelligible objects. 7 1, 69 | it in a solid state, as a mass of ice, and that this is 8 1, 69 | taken to mean the ~infinite mass of water, understood as 9 1, 70 | this word signifies the mass of waters without order. 10 1, 71 | that the sun was a fiery mass of ~stone, and neither a 11 2, 66 | High," [*See ~Lesson in the Mass Statuit (Dominican Missal)], 12 2, 1 | Fathers, should be sung at Mass. ~Therefore it seems unfitting 13 2, 1 | is sung ~publicly in the Mass. On the other hand the symbol 14 2, 77 | a priest is bound to say Mass, and is prevented from ~ 15 2, 77 | priest is not bound to say Mass, except he ~have a suitable 16 2, 81 | Tim. 2:1 says that "in the Mass, the consecration is preceded 17 2, 84 | God at ~the celebration of Mass."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 18 2, 91 | customs in the ~celebration of Mass, wrote: "I wish you to choose 19 2, 98 | which ~is consecrated in the Mass. But some priests receive 20 2, 98 | Eucharist, or for singing the Mass (for this would be ~simoniacal), 21 2, 165 | they explore ~the whole mass of this body which we call 22 2, 185 | unlawful for a deacon to say mass, ~because he is not in priestly 23 3, 1 | God is great not ~in mass, but in might. Hence the 24 3, 4 | that though assumed from a mass tainted by ~sin, His nature 25 3, 31 | have been formed from the mass of the human ~race derived 26 3, 35 | death" [*Preface of ~the Mass in Paschal-time], so by 27 3, 56 | our death" [*Preface of ~Mass in Paschal Time]. Consequently, 28 3, 73 | things" [*Cf. Canon ~of the Mass], speaking of the future.~ 29 3, 74 | sacramental oblations which in mass are offered to the Lord, 30 3, 78 | others which are said in the mass; yet this ~seems to be false, 31 3, 78 | words in the Canon of the Mass. But that this is false 32 3, 78 | fact ~that the Canon of the Mass is not the same in all places 33 3, 79 | being consecrated in one mass, whereas ~this is not the 34 3, 79 | said in the Canon of the ~Mass: "May as many of us as, 35 3, 79 | said in the Canon of the Mass: "Be mindful, O Lord, of 36 3, 79 | Hence in the Canon of the Mass no prayer is made for ~them 37 3, 79 | consecrates several hosts in one mass, ~the effect of this sacrament 38 3, 79 | consecrated hosts in one mass. But the oblation of the ~ 39 3, 80 | the abbot shall celebrate Mass, or someone else ~deputed 40 3, 80 | community; and so, when the Mass ~is over, all shall communicate 41 3, 80 | each charge he must say Mass and communicate, and ~show 42 3, 80 | thanksgiving is said in the Mass, and the communicants say ~ 43 3, 80 | times, the priest celebrated Mass less frequently, ~and with 44 3, 82 | sacrament?~(6) Whether the Mass of a wicked priest is of 45 3, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the mass of a sinful priest is of 46 3, 82 | is of less worth than the mass of a ~good priest?~Aquin.: 47 3, 82 | OBJ 1: It seems that the mass of a sinful priest is not 48 3, 82 | mysteries are celebrated in the mass. ~Therefore the mass of 49 3, 82 | the mass. ~Therefore the mass of a sinful priest is not 50 3, 82 | not of less value than the mass ~of a good priest.~Aquin.: 51 3, 82 | Therefore neither is a ~mass the better, which is celebrated 52 3, 82 | bad. Consequently, if the mass of a better priest be itself 53 3, 82 | better, it ~follows that the mass of a bad priest must be 54 3, 82 | Therefore neither is the mass of a better priest the better.~ 55 3, 82 | to be considered in the mass. ~namely, the sacrament 56 3, 82 | which are offered up in the mass for the quick and the dead. 57 3, 82 | the dead. So far as ~the mass itself is concerned, the 58 3, 82 | itself is concerned, the mass of a wicked priest is not 59 3, 82 | the prayer put up in the mass can be considered in two 60 3, 82 | is no doubt but that the ~mass of the better priest is 61 3, 82 | said by the priest in the mass in the place of ~the entire 62 3, 82 | that which he utters in the mass, but ~likewise all those 63 3, 82 | the faithful, as in the mass; therefore there is no parallel 64 3, 82 | private blessing in the mass of a good priest is ~fruitful 65 3, 82 | reciting the prayers of the mass, speaks ~instead of the 66 3, 82 | of the Church celebrates mass, not having lost the power 67 3, 82 | sinful priests, and to hear mass said by them?~Aquin.: SMT 68 3, 82 | sinful priests, and to hear mass said by them. ~Because, 69 3, 82 | or from hearing their ~mass.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 70 3, 82 | 32): "Let no one hear the mass of ~a priest whom he knows 71 3, 82 | them, or to assist at their mass.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 72 3, 82 | therefore whoever hears ~their mass or receives the sacraments 73 3, 82 | hands, and to hear their mass. Hence on 1 Cor. ~5:11, " 74 3, 82 | Church, lest anyone hear the ~mass of one living in concubinage. 75 3, 82 | public: he ~can, however, say mass privately, unless the leprosy 76 3, 83 | permissible to celebrate mass in the first part of the 77 3, 83 | regard. and therefore one mass is sung in the ~night, in 78 3, 83 | and on this account the mass is ~sung at dawn, and in 79 3, 83 | on that account the third mass is sung in broad ~daylight, 80 3, 83 | the ~gospel of the third mass mention is made of His eternal 81 3, 83 | hence also in ~the midnight mass we say the gospel of Christ' 82 3, 83 | Para. 2/3~Nevertheless the mass can be postponed, especially 83 3, 83 | 2~Reply OBJ 4: As a rule mass ought to be said in the 84 3, 83 | night of Christmas eve, when mass is ~celebrated, because 85 3, 83 | priest to ~celebrate one mass each day, because Christ 86 3, 83 | worthily celebrate one ~mass. But there are some who 87 3, 83 | there are some who say one mass for the dead, and another 88 3, 83 | priest to ~celebrate only one mass each day."~Aquin.: SMT TP 89 3, 83 | travelers to ~celebrate mass in the open air, or in a 90 3, 83 | no priest presume to say mass except in places consecrated 91 3, 83 | is lawful to celebrate mass therein." Nevertheless in 92 3, 83 | Zephyrinus ~ordered the mass to be said with glass patens; 93 3, 83 | one is to presume to sing mass with a chalice of wood or ~ 94 3, 83 | rite of celebrating the mass": and from their ~authority 95 3, 83 | offer, or for whom ~the mass is offered." Secondly, he 96 3, 83 | the whole celebration of mass ends with the thanksgiving, 97 3, 83 | heretics, or Jews, until the mass of the ~Catechumens begins," 98 3, 83 | Para. 2/2~And from this the mass derives its name [missa]; 99 3, 83 | people at the ~end of the mass, by saying: "Ite, missa 100 3, 83 | his hands when celebrating mass.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 101 3, 83 | priest to use incense during ~mass.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 102 3, 83 | in the celebration of the mass. Therefore, it ~is out of 103 3, 83 | number those who are ~hearing mass, when he says, "The Lord 104 3, 83 | unfitting for a ~priest to say mass with only a single server 105 3, 83 | done in the celebration of mass ~out of reverence for this 106 3, 83 | before the "Introit" of the mass. Moreover, this was ~signified 107 3, 83 | priest, in celebrating the mass, makes use of the sign ~ 108 3, 83 | performed by the priest in mass are not ~ridiculous gestures, 109 3, 83 | altar till the close of the mass, is His body hidden ~in 110 3, 83 | altar till the close of the mass is no longer observed, on 111 3, 83 | has to ~celebrate another mass on the same day, lest from 112 3, 83 | solemn ~celebration of the mass. Hence Pope Soter says ( 113 3, 83 | presume to celebrate ~solemn mass, unless two others be present 114 3, 83 | bishop is to solemnize mass with several assistants. 115 3, 83 | sacrament and completing the mass. ~Consequently it seems 116 3, 83 | the celebration of the mass ought to be finished by 117 3, 83 | priests during the time of mass, if ~any sickness supervenes, 118 3, 83 | for him to interrupt the mass begun, ~especially if he 119 3, 83 | the chalice, resume the mass from the consecration of 120 Suppl, 6 | priest be bound to say ~Mass, and a confessor is at hand, 121 Suppl, 37| to that effect: ~just as Mass may be said in an unconsecrated 122 Suppl, 37| directed to the purpose that Mass be said ~there.~Aquin.: 123 Suppl, 40| during the celebration of ~Mass. But the tonsure is given 124 Suppl, 40| outside the office of the Mass. ~Therefore it is not an 125 Suppl, 71| words of the Collect in the Mass ~[*Postcommunion, Feast 126 Suppl, 71| sacrifice, and not the Mass, be reckoned among the ~ 127 Suppl, 71| would be the same whatever Mass ~be said for a deceased 128 Suppl, 71| has appointed a special Mass for the dead.~Aquin.: SMT 129 Suppl, 71| 5: In the office of the Mass there is not only a sacrifice 130 Suppl, 71| Hence the suffrage of the Mass contains two of the things ~ 131 Suppl, 71| the sacrifice offered the Mass profits equally ~the departed, 132 Suppl, 71| principal thing done in the Mass. But as regards the prayers, 133 Suppl, 71| regards the prayers, that Mass ~is most profitable in which 134 Suppl, 71| either ~of the one who says Mass, or of the one who orders 135 Suppl, 71| of the one who orders the Mass to be said, ~or again, by 136 Suppl, 71| suffrage is besought in ~the Mass.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 137 Suppl, 71| practice of the Church, when Mass is said for one deceased 138 Suppl, 71| dead person for whom the Mass is said were to lose something ~ 139 Suppl, 71| not to ~have appointed a Mass and prayer to be said for 140 Suppl, 71| in particular, ~but that Mass ought always to be said 141 Suppl, 71| it follows that when Mass is said for one ~person,


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