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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ceremonies

    Part, Question
1 2, 98 | there so renowned that hath ~ceremonies and just judgments, and 2 2, 99 | I should ~teach you the ceremonies and judgments which you 3 2, 99 | These are the precepts and ~ceremonies, and judgments": where " 4 2, 99 | 1: "Hear, O Israel, the ceremonies and judgments"; ~and sometimes 5 2, 99 | observe His precepts and ceremonies, His judgments and commandments." 6 2, 99 | and the testimonies and ceremonies which I have [Vulg.: 'He ~ 7 2, 99 | These are the precepts and ~ceremonies and judgments which the 8 2, 101 | shew the people the ~ceremonies and the manner of worshipping."~ 9 2, 101 | be signified ~by various ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 10 2, 101 | enough to heal him. Now the ~ceremonies of the Old Law were weak 11 2, 101 | perfection." Consequently these ceremonies needed to be in great number.~ 12 2, 101 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the ceremonies of the Old Law are suitably 13 2, 101 | It would seem that the ceremonies of the Old Law are unsuitably ~ 14 2, 101 | and observances." ~For the ceremonies of the Old Law foreshadowed 15 2, 101 | but the sacrifices were ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 16 2, 101 | above (A[1]). Therefore all ceremonies were sacred things. Therefore ~" 17 2, 101 | be taken as a part of the ceremonies. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 18 2, 101 | commandments and judgments ~and ceremonies." Therefore the "observances" 19 2, 101 | considered as ~a part of the ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 20 2, 101 | Therefore the above division of ~ceremonies is unsuitable.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 101 | the sacrifices are called ceremonies (Num. 15:24): "They shall 22 2, 101 | libations thereof, as the ceremonies ~require." Of the sacrament 23 2, 101 | Aaron and his sons in the ceremonies." Of sacred things ~also 24 2, 101 | the testimony . . . in the ceremonies of the Levites." And ~again 25 2, 101 | Douay: 'keep'] My . . ~. ceremonies which I have set before 26 2, 102 | meaning of those legal ~ceremonies which commemorated certain 27 2, 102 | particular determinations in the ceremonies of the Old ~Law have no 28 2, 102 | can be assigned for the ceremonies which ~pertained to sacrifices?~ 29 2, 102 | can be assigned for the ~ceremonies pertaining to sacrifices. 30 2, 102 | things pertaining to ~the ceremonies of the sacrifices have no 31 2, 102 | wisely done. Therefore these ceremonies of the ~sacrifices were 32 2, 102 | stated above (A[2]), the ceremonies of the Old Law had ~a twofold 33 2, 102 | and on either hand the ceremonies ~pertaining to the sacrifices 34 2, 102 | 3~For, according as the ceremonies of the sacrifices were intended 35 2, 102 | cause may be assigned to the ceremonies of ~the sacrifices, from 36 2, 102 | can be assigned for the ceremonies pertaining ~to holy things?~ 37 2, 102 | can be assigned for the ~ceremonies of the Old Law that pertain 38 2, 102 | no suitable cause for the ceremonies relating to ~holy things.~ 39 2, 102 | heavenly things. Therefore the ceremonies ~relating to holy things 40 2, 102 | for ~instance, in all the ceremonies of the Law. It is also forbidden 41 2, 103 | the time of the Law the ceremonies of the Old Law had any ~ 42 2, 103 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the ceremonies of the Law were in existence 43 2, 103 | It would seem that the ceremonies of the Law were in existence ~ 44 2, 103 | sacrifices and holocausts were ceremonies of the Old ~Law, as stated 45 2, 103 | 22:13). Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law preceded 46 2, 103 | altar were part of ~the ceremonies relating to holy things. 47 2, 103 | it." Therefore the legal ~ceremonies preceded the Law.~Aquin.: 48 2, 103 | Therefore the sacramental ceremonies preceded the Law.~Aquin.: 49 2, 103 | animals belongs to ~the ceremonies of observances, as stated 50 2, 103 | two." Therefore the legal ceremonies preceded the Law.~Aquin.: 51 2, 103 | These are the precepts and ~ceremonies . . . which the Lord your 52 2, 103 | things, if ~the aforesaid ceremonies had been already in existence. 53 2, 103 | existence. Therefore the ~legal ceremonies did not precede the Law.~ 54 2, 103 | 102]~, A[2]), the legal ceremonies were ordained for a double 55 2, 103 | worship belongs to the ~ceremonies; just as the determining 56 2, 103 | so also there were some ceremonies fixed, not by the ~authority 57 2, 103 | Therefore there ~were some ceremonies before the Law, but they 58 2, 103 | but they were not legal ceremonies, ~because they were not 59 2, 103 | the time of the Law, the ceremonies of the Old Law had any ~ 60 2, 103 | It would seem that the ceremonies of the Old Law had the power 61 2, 103 | their sins." Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law had the power ~ 62 2, 103 | pleased God by means of ceremonies, according to Lev. 10:19: " 63 2, 103 | please the Lord in the ceremonies, having a sorrowful ~heart?" 64 2, 103 | sorrowful ~heart?" Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law had the power 65 2, 103 | cleansed by means of the ~ceremonies of the Old Law, as stated 66 2, 103 | more therefore ~could the ceremonies of the Old Law cleanse the 67 2, 103 | inadmissible. Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law did not ~ 68 2, 103 | this uncleanness, then, the ceremonies of the Old Law ~had the 69 2, 103 | washed ~away by such like ceremonies, affected the flesh rather 70 2, 103 | than the soul, so ~also the ceremonies themselves are called by 71 2, 103 | really taken ~place, those ceremonies of the Old Law could not 72 2, 103 | the ~observance of these ceremonies was a sort of profession, 73 2, 103 | that the very fact that the ceremonies of the Old Law washed ~away 74 2, 103 | state of the Old Law the ~ceremonies had no power of justification.~ 75 2, 103 | priests pleased God in the ceremonies by their ~obedience and 76 2, 103 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Those ceremonies which were prescribed in 77 2, 103 | from the fact that these ceremonies were not ~applied to a man 78 2, 103 | after cleansing. But these ceremonies ~were employed for the purpose 79 2, 103 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the ceremonies of the Old Law ceased at 80 2, 103 | It would seem that the ceremonies of the Old Law did not cease 81 2, 103 | for ever." But the legal ~ceremonies were part of the Law. Therefore 82 2, 103 | Law. Therefore the legal ceremonies were to ~last for ever.~ 83 2, 103 | Mt. 8:4). Therefore the ceremonies of ~the Old Law did not 84 2, 103 | effect remains. But ~the ceremonies of the Old Law had certain 85 2, 103 | of Christ. Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law ~should not 86 2, 103 | Proportionately, ~therefore, the ceremonies of the first-mentioned state 87 2, 103 | second state; and other ceremonies had to be introduced which 88 2, 103 | the reality which those ceremonies ~foreshadowed.~Aquin.: SMT 89 2, 103 | leper to observe the legal ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 90 2, 103 | given (Q[102]) for the ~ceremonies refer to the divine worship, 91 2, 103 | Christ's Passion the legal ceremonies can be observed ~without 92 2, 103 | Christ's Passion the legal ceremonies ~can be observed without 93 2, 103 | apostles observed the legal ceremonies after the coming ~of the 94 2, 103 | them." Therefore the legal ~ceremonies can be observed since the 95 2, 103 | Further, one of the legal ceremonies consisted in shunning the ~ 96 2, 103 | Gentiles. Therefore the legal ceremonies can be observed since Christ' 97 2, 103 | should observe ~certain ceremonies of the Law: for it is written ( 98 2, 103 | fornication." Therefore the legal ceremonies can be observed since ~Christ' 99 2, 103 | observe the other legal ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 100 2, 103 | 1/1~I answer that, All ceremonies are professions of faith, 101 2, 103 | bore." In like manner the ceremonies of ~the Old Law betokened 102 2, 103 | sin now to observe those ceremonies which the fathers of old 103 2, 103 | during which the legal ceremonies were neither dead, ~since 104 2, 103 | never observed the legal ceremonies in real earnest; but ~only 105 2, 103 | the mind to observe the ~ceremonies of the Law: thus a man might 106 2, 103 | during which the legal ~ceremonies were neither deadly nor 107 2, 103 | during which the legal ceremonies are both ~dead and deadly. 108 2, 103 | during which the legal ~ceremonies were dead indeed, because 109 2, 103 | from observing the legal ceremonies, while converted ~heathens 110 2, 103 | the observance of legal ~ceremonies, but in order to prevent 111 2, 103 | compliance ~with the legal ceremonies, but in order to further 112 2, 105 | matters relating to the ceremonies of divine worship; and the 113 2, 107 | gift. In this way the legal ceremonies are ~abolished by being 114 2, 107 | Old Law by its numerous ceremonies prescribed many ~more outward 115 2, 91 | pernicious to make ~use of the ceremonies of the Old Law whereby the 116 2, 120 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The other ceremonies of the Law are signs of 117 2, 145 | the New Law to observe the ceremonies ~of the Old Law. Now it 118 3, 60 | Testament, not even all ~the ceremonies of the Law, were sacraments, 119 3, 65 | kinds of sacrifices and ceremonies.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 120 3, 66 | celebrated without such like ceremonies. ~Therefore it seems that 121 3, 66 | means of the sacramental ~ceremonies they are either instructed, 122 3, 83 | under the New Testament the ceremonies ~of the old are not to be 123 3, 83 | same action was part of the ceremonies of the Old ~Law. Therefore 124 3, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the ceremonies performed in the sacraments 125 3, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 8: Further, the ceremonies performed in this sacrament 126 3, 87 | them through the legal ~ceremonies." Therefore venial sin can 127 Suppl, 65| the natural ~law. For the ceremonies of the Law are not of the 128 Suppl, 65| 29) in conjunction with ceremonies of ~the law which for the


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