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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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institution

    Part, Question
1 1, 67 | Holy Scripture records the ~institution of that order of nature 2 1, 73 | day belongs to the ~first institution of nature; but the blessing 3 1, 68 | Holy Scripture records the ~institution of that order of nature 4 1, 72 | day belongs to the ~first institution of nature; but the blessing 5 2, 99 | concerned themselves with the institution of anything ~relating to 6 2, 100 | Who is ~the Author of the institution of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 7 2, 100 | are exclusively of Divine institution, as marriage and the ~like; 8 2, 100 | their force from their ~institution alone: since before they 9 2, 100 | It is in virtue of their institution that the ceremonial ~and 10 2, 102 | worshipping God: and this institution was ~brought about - for 11 2, 102 | in their ~consecration or institution, was with a view to show 12 2, 102 | things were done in the institution of ministers: for first, 13 2, 103 | Law as ~though it were an institution of the Law, but only as 14 2, 104 | or undue); but from some institution, ~Divine or human: and such 15 2, 104 | precepts are fixed by Divine ~institution in matters relating to man' 16 2, 104 | but in virtue of their institution.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 17 2, 104 | virtue of ~their Divine institution. Now God is concerned not 18 2, 104 | according to human ~or Divine institution, must needs be different, 19 2, 104 | laid down concerning the ~institution of the sovereign and relating 20 2, 104 | natural reason, but from their institution ~alone. Hence there is a 21 2, 105 | precept relating to the institution of the chief ruler; and 22 2, 105 | provision with regard to the ~institution of rulers.~Aquin.: SMT FS 23 2, 105 | reserved to Himself the ~institution of the chief ruler. For 24 2, 105 | given to the king by Divine institution: ~rather was it foretold 25 2, 108 | virtue of its primitive institution; but have been left by ~ 26 2, 108 | of the New Law, by the institution of the apostles and seventy-two ~ 27 2, 108 | and we read that by His ~institution the apostles healed the 28 2, 108 | Wherefore Our Lord left the ~institution of such things to the discretion 29 2, 11 | obedience to Our Lord's institution, the Church ~extends her 30 2, 55 | that they need no special institution, for they are instituted 31 2, 85 | its force ~from its divine institution. Because natural reason 32 2, 85 | was determined by divine institution, ~in accordance with the 33 2, 85 | natural law, partly from the institution of the Church; who, ~nevertheless, 34 2, 85 | of tithes seems to be an institution of the Old Law. ~Now the 35 2, 86 | in accordance with the ~institution of the apostles, is given 36 2, 86 | not essentially but by the institution of ~the Church; wherefore 37 2, 89 | divine praises is a salutary institution, that ~the souls of the 38 2, 93 | the New Law contains no institution for ~the foreknowledge of 39 2, 120 | the precept but ~by the institution of the Church and the custom 40 2, 145 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In the institution of fasting, the Church takes 41 2, 186 | accordance ~with Christ's institution. Now Christ sent first the 42 3, 38 | through the force of their institution.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 43 3, 60 | be determined by ~Divine institution. Therefore in the sacraments 44 3, 60 | are determined by Divine ~institution.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 45 3, 60 | be determined by Divine institution what things are to be ~employed 46 3, 60 | in virtue of the Divine institution. And therefore it was necessary ~ 47 3, 61 | therefore, that through the institution of the sacraments ~man, 48 3, 62 | accomplish through the ~Divine institution an instrumental operation 49 3, 64 | sacraments?~(2) Whether the institution of the sacraments is from 50 3, 64 | is ~fixed by the Divine institution to some special signification. 51 3, 64 | its signification to its institution." Yet God chooses certain ~ 52 3, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the institution of the sacraments belongs 53 3, 64 | their power ~from their institution, hence, thirdly, the excellence 54 3, 66 | it a washing?~(2) Of the institution of this sacrament; ~(3) 55 3, 66 | s Passion precedes the ~institution of the sacraments of the 56 3, 66 | sacraments derive from ~their institution the power of conferring 57 3, 66 | I answer that, By Divine institution water is the proper matter 58 3, 66 | their efficacy from Christ's institution. Consequently, if any of 59 3, 70 | figure of, Baptism?~(2) Its institution;~(3) Its rite;~(4) Its effect.~ 60 3, 70 | Gal. ~3:28]. Therefore the institution of circumcision which concerns 61 3, 70 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The institution of circumcision is as a 62 3, 70 | OBJ 2: Further, before the institution of circumcision faith alone ~ 63 3, 70 | also from the time of its institution ~began to avail unto the 64 3, 70 | OBJ 2: Just as before the institution of circumcision, faith in ~ 65 3, 70 | adults, so, too, after its ~institution. But before, there was no 66 3, 70 | those who died before the ~institution of circumcision. And this 67 3, 72 | efficacy from the Divine institution, as stated above (Q[64]~, 68 3, 72 | Reply OBJ 1: Concerning the institution of this sacrament there 69 3, 72 | cannot be admitted; since the institution of a new sacrament belongs 70 3, 73 | 4) Its names;~(5) Its institution;~(6) Its figures.~Aquin.: 71 3, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the institution of this sacrament was appropriate?~ 72 3, 73 | OBJ 1: It seems that the institution of this sacrament was not ~ 73 3, 73 | AA[3],6). Therefore the institution of this sacrament should 74 3, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The institution responds to the order of 75 3, 74 | ought to imitate Christ's ~institution. But Christ appears to have 76 3, 74 | on ~account of Christ's institution: for He instituted this 77 3, 74 | to conform to ~Christ's institution; so they are not Judaizing; 78 3, 74 | all on account of Christ's institution, since He ~instituted this 79 3, 74 | of all on account of its institution: for it is ~believed with 80 3, 78 | their efficacy from Christ's institution. But no Evangelist narrates 81 3, 81 | OF THIS SACRAMENT AT ITS INSTITUTION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have 82 3, 81 | of this sacrament at ~its institution; under which heading there 83 3, 81 | delectation from the new institution of this ~sacrament. Hence 84 3, 83 | ought to ~imitate Christ's institution. But it was in the evening 85 3, 84 | other sacraments;~(7) Of its institution;~(8) Of its duration;~(9) 86 3, 84 | the chief purpose of its institution. But ~as to original sin, 87 3, 84 | received from Christ's ~institution and the Church's custom. 88 3, 84 | take their origin from the ~institution of Christ. But according 89 3, 84 | requires to be decided by the ~institution; while the sacrament derives 90 3, 84 | power entirely from ~the institution of Christ, from Whose Passion 91 3, 84 | yet it is due to Divine institution that ~man does penance in 92 3, 84 | fixed in detail by the ~institution of the Divine law, as we 93 3, 84 | But with regard to His ~institution of this sacrament it was 94 Suppl, 6 | of the Church are not an institution of ~the natural law; neither, 95 Suppl, 6 | of ~mysteries, or in the institution of the sacraments. Hence 96 Suppl, 6 | the sacrament, but by the institution of the Church, and that, 97 Suppl, 8 | in virtue of its Divine ~institution. Now its Divine institution 98 Suppl, 8 | institution. Now its Divine institution is made known to us (James 99 Suppl, 29| REGARDS ITS ESSENCE AND INSTITUTION (NINE ARTICLES)~We must 100 Suppl, 29| 1) Its essentials and ~institution; (2) Its effect; (3) Its 101 Suppl, 29| made in the Gospel of the institution of those sacraments ~which 102 Suppl, 29| of the New ~Law owe their institution to Christ Himself.~Aquin.: 103 Suppl, 29| 2/2~Further, to make an institution and to remove it belongs 104 Suppl, 29| the Law, ~wherefore their institution pertains to the lawgiver; 105 Suppl, 29| their efficacy from their institution, which efficacy is given ~ 106 Suppl, 29| Hence they related the institution by Christ of ~Baptism, Penance, 107 Suppl, 29| the apostles because ~its institution was made known to us by 108 Suppl, 29| thereof is due to the Divine institution. Therefore its matter does 109 Suppl, 29| sacrament derives from its ~institution, is applied to this particular 110 Suppl, 29| sacraments is derived from their institution, as also ~from their form, 111 Suppl, 30| the chief object of the institution of this sacrament is ~to 112 Suppl, 37| authenticity from their institution by Christ, or at least by 113 Suppl, 41| recalled. But the primary ~institution of matrimony came under 114 Suppl, 42| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, one institution suffices for one thing. 115 Suppl, 42| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the institution of a sacrament must come 116 Suppl, 42| of ~the natural law; its institution belongs to the Mosaic Law 117 Suppl, 42| render one another, its institution ~belongs to the civil law. 118 Suppl, 42| regards the intermediate institution; that it is fittingly ~intended 119 Suppl, 42| nature as regards the first institution; ~and. as regards the last-mentioned 120 Suppl, 42| regards the last-mentioned institution, that it is directed to ~ 121 Suppl, 42| God to understand that the institution ~of marriage was from God.~ 122 Suppl, 42| matrimony man receives by Divine institution ~the faculty to use his 123 Suppl, 42| by virtue of its Divine institution works ~dispositively [*Cf. 124 Suppl, 42| marriage. For at the very institution of marriage it was declared ( 125 Suppl, 45| will but on the ~Divine institution, as shown above (Sent. iv, 126 Suppl, 45| efficacy from the Divine ~institution, and thus consent is the 127 Suppl, 50| of human but of Divine ~institution. Therefore impediments should 128 Suppl, 55| force from ecclesiastical institution ~by reason of its honesty." 129 Suppl, 66| in those which owe their institution to the apostles, since the 130 Suppl, 93| numerical signs are a human institution, ~they are founded somewhat


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