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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | predestination includes the will to confer grace and glory; so also ~ 2 2, 14 | is possible for many to ~confer about things that are not 3 2, 14 | sit together in order to ~confer with one another. Now we 4 2, 56 | Secondly, a habit may ~confer not only aptness to act, 5 2, 57 | virtues in so far as they confer aptness ~for a good work, 6 2, 98 | But the Old Law ~could not confer this grace, for this was 7 2, 98 | good, because they did not confer grace unto the remission ~ 8 2, 98 | in so ~far as it did not confer grace enabling man to fulfil 9 2, 98 | grace, which the law did not confer: for it is written (Rm. 10 2, 103 | of the Old Law did not ~confer justice.~Aquin.: SMT FS 11 2, 107 | nevertheless it ~did not confer the Holy Ghost by Whom " 12 2, 24 | by way of trace does not confer the capacity ~for everlasting 13 2, 25 | favors, which we ought to confer on those who are connected 14 2, 31 | care, so too ought he to confer ~spiritual favors, such 15 2, 37 | One who is separated can confer a sacrament even as he can ~ 16 2, 60 | actions and passions which confer ~reverence or injury, harm 17 2, 98 | spiritual, because they ~confer a spiritual grace, so, too, 18 2, 98 | Therefore it seems lawful to ~confer ecclesiastical benefices 19 2, 98 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to confer an ecclesiastical benefice 20 2, 185 | office, and that they cannot confer penance, nor christen, nor ~ 21 2, 187 | in order to go home and confer with his ~kinsfolk."~Aquin.: 22 3, 26 | again; and that He might confer beatitude on ~those who 23 3, 37 | sacraments of the Old Law did not confer grace; rather, ~indeed, 24 3, 38 | baptism of ~John did not confer grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 25 3, 38 | baptism of John did not confer ~grace, but only prepared 26 3, 38 | other hand, no one could confer ~anything on baptism save 27 3, 38 | John could not, ~indeed, confer anything on his baptism: 28 3, 52 | above (A[6]), He did not confer ~the benefit of deliverance 29 3, 60 | Father," etc. Yet ~both confer the sacrament validly. Therefore 30 3, 62 | sacramental ~grace cannot confer anything in addition to 31 3, 62 | soul's defects, it ~cannot confer anything in addition to 32 3, 62 | gifts, it is useless to confer the sacraments ~on those 33 3, 62 | as the virtues and gifts confer, in addition to grace ~commonly 34 3, 62 | so does sacramental grace confer, over and above grace ~commonly 35 3, 62 | sacraments of ~the New Law confer grace, so did the sacraments 36 3, 62 | sacraments of the old Law did not confer grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 37 3, 63 | from the fact that ~they confer grace, have this in common, 38 3, 63 | that men are deputed to confer ~sacraments on others: while 39 3, 64 | impossible ~for an unbeliever to confer a sacrament?~(10) Whether 40 3, 64 | with the Holy Ghost is to confer ~inwardly the grace of the 41 3, 64 | OBJ 4: Further, no one can confer the sacramental effect without ~ 42 3, 64 | and by ~their mere will confer the sacramental effect without 43 3, 64 | ministers ~of the Church can confer the sacraments, though they 44 3, 64 | sacraments, nor do they confer ~grace on them: it is Christ 45 3, 64 | heretics, seemingly, cannot confer ~sacraments. For Cyprian 46 3, 64 | an excommunicate cannot ~confer a sacrament of the Church: 47 3, 64 | charity, and even sinners can confer ~sacraments, as stated above ( 48 3, 64 | and even an unbeliever can confer a true sacrament, ~provided 49 3, 64 | Catholic Church intends to confer a sacrament by that which 50 3, 64 | by the Church: and these confer neither the sacrament nor ~ 51 3, 64 | by ~the Church: and these confer indeed the sacrament but 52 3, 64 | thought that heretics do not confer even the ~sacrament: but 53 3, 64 | Wherefore he does indeed confer the ~sacrament, but he sins 54 3, 64 | man does not ~intend to confer a sacrament, but to make 55 3, 66 | Christ, admonishes us to confer the sacrament ~of Baptism 56 3, 66 | If any priest or bishop confer baptism ~not with the trine 57 3, 66 | minister, who intends to confer one Baptism by a trine ~ 58 3, 66 | however, the intention were to confer one Baptism at each immersion ~ 59 3, 67 | 3) Whether a layman can confer the sacrament of Baptism?~( 60 3, 67 | not belong to a ~deacon to confer the sacrament of Baptism 61 3, 67 | would sin, yet he would confer the sacrament; nor would ~ 62 3, 67 | that is not baptized can confer the sacrament of Baptism?~ 63 3, 67 | that is not baptized cannot confer the ~sacrament of Baptism. 64 3, 67 | sacramentally. Therefore he cannot ~confer the sacrament of Baptism.~ 65 3, 67 | Further, it is more to confer a sacrament than to receive 66 3, 67 | less, ~therefore, can he confer any sacrament.~Aquin.: SMT 67 3, 67 | who is not baptized can confer the ~sacrament of Baptism.~ 68 3, 67 | whether Jews or pagans, can confer the ~sacrament of Baptism, 69 3, 67 | pronounced the words first ~would confer the sacrament of Baptism; 70 3, 67 | baptize. Nor would they confer ~several sacraments: but 71 3, 67 | baptizing inwardly would confer ~one sacrament by means 72 3, 70 | Therefore circumcision did not ~confer grace whereby the sinner 73 3, 72 | sacrament is given in order to confer a certain excellence, as 74 3, 72 | sacrament is given in order to confer a certain ~excellence, not 75 3, 72 | Whether only a bishop can confer this sacrament?~Aquin.: 76 3, 72 | that not only a bishop can confer this sacrament. For ~Gregory ( 77 3, 72 | thus he allows priests to confer minor orders, ~which belong 78 3, 72 | allowed simple priests to confer this ~sacrament, so long 79 3, 82 | office, for we allow them to confer nothing save Baptism." ~ 80 3, 82 | consecrate the Eucharist, or confer the ~other sacraments.~Aquin.: 81 3, 84 | and power, He was wont to confer the effect of this sacrament 82 Suppl, 19| of the old ~Law did not confer grace. Now the gate of the 83 Suppl, 22| through any sacraments which confer grace, hence ~remission 84 Suppl, 31| 1) Whether a layman can confer this sacrament?~(2) Whether 85 Suppl, 31| Whether none but a bishop can confer it?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[31] 86 Suppl, 31| 1/1~Whether a layman can confer this sacrament?~Aquin.: 87 Suppl, 31| seem that even a layman can confer this sacrament. For ~this 88 Suppl, 31| priest's. Therefore he can confer this sacrament.~Aquin.: 89 Suppl, 31| 1/1~Whether deacons can confer this sacrament?~Aquin.: 90 Suppl, 31| would seem that deacons can confer this sacrament. For, ~according 91 Suppl, 31| Therefore deacons also can confer it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[31] 92 Suppl, 31| Laurence. Therefore they can confer this sacrament also.~Aquin.: 93 Suppl, 31| office: and ~so he cannot confer this sacrament, since grace 94 Suppl, 31| deacon is not competent to confer it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[31] 95 Suppl, 31| Whether none but a bishop can confer this sacrament?~Aquin.: 96 Suppl, 31| that none but a bishop can confer this sacrament. ~For this 97 Suppl, 31| Therefore only a bishop can confer ~this sacrament.~Aquin.: 98 Suppl, 31| not the only one ~who can confer this sacrament.~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 34| of Orders; (3) those who confer Orders; (4) ~the impediments 100 Suppl, 36| Penance, ~while others, which confer the perfection of grace, 101 Suppl, 36| placed over others, ~not to confer anything on them by virtue 102 Suppl, 38| Para. 1/1 - OF THOSE WHO CONFER THIS SACRAMENT (TWO ARTICLES)~ 103 Suppl, 38| must now consider those who confer this sacrament. Under this 104 Suppl, 38| Whether a bishop alone can confer this sacrament?~(2) Whether 105 Suppl, 38| off from the Church can ~confer this sacrament? ~(tm)Aquin.: 106 Suppl, 38| Eucharist, he can also confer Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 107 Suppl, 38| therefore does a ~bishop alone confer the sacrament of Order.~ 108 Suppl, 38| commission a simple priest can confer the ~minor Orders and confirm; 109 Suppl, 38| priest. Nor can a ~priest confer the higher Orders which 110 Suppl, 38| off from the Church can confer ~Orders? [*Cf. TP, Q[64], 111 Suppl, 38| from the ~Church cannot confer Orders. For to confer Orders 112 Suppl, 38| cannot confer Orders. For to confer Orders is a greater thing 113 Suppl, 38| outside the Church cannot confer Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 114 Suppl, 38| Church. Therefore he cannot confer the ~sacrament of Orders.~ 115 Suppl, 38| therefore ~they validly confer whatever power is given 116 Suppl, 38| off from ~the Church can confer Orders and the other sacraments, 117 Suppl, 38| Hence others say that they ~confer the sacraments validly, 118 Suppl, 38| sacraments validly, but do not confer grace with them, not ~that 119 Suppl, 38| absolve, as neither can he confer grace in the sacraments. ~ 120 Suppl, 40| priest, for he does not confer those Orders. ~Wherefore 121 Suppl, 42| that matrimony does not confer grace. For, ~according to 122 Suppl, 42| of their ~sanctification, confer an invisible grace." But 123 Suppl, 42| faith of Christ, is able to confer ~the grace which enables 124 Suppl, 48| Church whereby she intends to confer a ~sacrament is essential 125 Suppl, 49| acts; hence it does not confer a spiritual ~character.~ 126 Suppl, 67| Law, though ~it did not confer grace, was given that it 127 Suppl, 93| or a private good, cannot confer so ~great a goodness on


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