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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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chalice

    Part, Question
1 2, 38 | this bread, and ~drink the chalice, you shall show the death 2 2, 86 | already consecrated, e.g. a ~chalice or a house. On the other 3 2, 86 | instance a ~consecrated chalice to be not consecrated, so 4 2, 98 | Yet it is lawful to sell a chalice for ~the ransom of prisoners, 5 2, 147 | according to Ps. 22:5, "My chalice which inebriateth me, how 6 2, 150 | already able to ~drink the chalice of the Lord?"~Aquin.: SMT 7 3, 18 | Thou wilt, ~remove this chalice from Me. But yet not My 8 3, 18 | it be possible, let this chalice pass from Me; yet not My ~ 9 3, 21 | said (Mt. 26:39): "Let this chalice pass from Me." Therefore ~ 10 3, 21 | when ~He says 'Let this chalice pass from Me'; for this 11 3, 21 | when He prayed that the ~chalice of His Passion might pass 12 3, 21 | For He ~besought that the chalice of His passion might be 13 3, 21 | prayer for the passing of the chalice is variously ~explained 14 3, 21 | As I am partaking of the chalice of the passion, so ~may 15 3, 21 | He says pointedly, 'This ~chalice,' that is of the Jewish 16 3, 21 | When ~He says 'Remove this chalice from Me,' He does not mean, ' 17 3, 21 | the fear of drinking His chalice might not trouble Him, or ~ 18 3, 21 | that He might not drink the chalice ~of His passion and death; 19 3, 46 | 42): "My Father, ~if this chalice may not pass away but I 20 3, 46 | But He spoke there of the chalice of the Passion. Therefore 21 3, 46 | Matth.): ~"Therefore the chalice cannot pass except He drink 22 3, 46 | second instance: "If this chalice may not pass away but I 23 3, 47 | said (Mt. 26:42): "If this chalice ~may not pass away, but 24 3, 50 | it be possible, let this chalice pass ~away from Me," as 25 3, 67 | Chrism, of the Paten and Chalice."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 26 3, 67 | partake ~of one bread and one chalice." Moreover, by Baptism a 27 3, 71 | Chrism, in the Paten and Chalice"; while the inferior ministers 28 3, 72 | and in like manner the chalice" (Mt. 26:26,27; Lk. 22:19, 29 3, 73 | this bread, ~and drink the chalice, you shall show the death 30 3, 73 | his share in that body and chalice even ~though he depart from 31 3, 73 | bread and drinks of that chalice."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 32 3, 74 | sacrament of the Lord's ~chalice." Consequently, it seems 33 3, 74 | forbidden to offer must in the chalice, ~as soon as it has been 34 3, 74 | grape be pressed into the chalice."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 35 3, 74 | orth.): "In the ~Lord's chalice neither wine only nor water 36 3, 74 | mixed with the wine in the ~chalice, the people is made one 37 3, 74 | The water ~flows into the chalice, and springs forth unto 38 3, 74 | lxiii): "Thus the Lord's ~chalice is not water only and wine 39 3, 76 | moved when the ~host or chalice is moved?~(7) Whether Christ' 40 3, 76 | commenting on the word ~"Chalice," says that "under each 41 3, 76 | the wine contained in the chalice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] A[ 42 3, 77 | other wine be put in the chalice, it is not changed ~into 43 3, 78 | body," and "This ~is the chalice of My blood"?~Aquin.: SMT 44 3, 78 | body," and, "This is the chalice of My blood." Because those 45 3, 78 | body," or, "This is the chalice of My blood." ~Secondly, 46 3, 78 | the wine: "This ~is the chalice of My blood," etc.?~Aquin.: 47 3, 78 | the wine. "This is the chalice of My blood, of the New 48 3, 78 | the oblique case, and the ~chalice in the nominative, when 49 3, 78 | it is said: "This is the chalice of My ~blood."~Aquin.: SMT 50 3, 78 | are uttered - "This is the chalice of My ~blood," there is 51 3, 78 | this bread and drink the chalice, you shall show the ~death 52 3, 78 | that the words "This is the chalice of My blood" alone belong ~ 53 3, 78 | manner, ~namely, holding the chalice in his hands. Moreover, 54 3, 78 | preceding words: "This is the ~chalice, the new testament in My 55 3, 78 | first words, "This is the chalice ~of My blood," the change 56 3, 78 | expression "This is the chalice of My blood" is a ~figure 57 3, 78 | My blood contained in the chalice"; of which mention ~is now 58 3, 78 | Passion ~is understood by the chalice by way of comparison, because, 59 3, 78 | spoke of His Passion as a chalice, when He said (Mt. 26:39): " 60 3, 78 | Mt. 26:39): "Let this ~chalice pass away from Me": so that 61 3, 78 | meaning is: "This is the chalice ~of My Passion." This is 62 3, 78 | the words, "This is the chalice," are found in Lk. ~22:20, 63 3, 78 | other ~phrase: "This is the chalice of My blood," etc.~Aquin.: 64 3, 79 | nigh ~to the awe-inspiring chalice, so approach as if you were 65 3, 79 | it is said: "This is the ~chalice of My blood, of the New 66 3, 80 | bread, and drink of the chalice." And in this way ~nevertheless 67 3, 80 | this bread, or drink the chalice of the Lord ~unworthily, 68 3, 80 | bread, ~and drink of the chalice." But this is not possible 69 3, 80 | body, abstain from ~the chalice of the sacred blood. I know 70 3, 81 | the bread . . . and ~the chalice"; but it is not to be understood 71 3, 82 | hence the corporal and the chalice are consecrated, and ~likewise 72 3, 83 | the consecration of the chalice, and of the ministers, and 73 3, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, the chalice with the paten represents 74 3, 83 | Gospels. Consequently, ~the chalice ought to be of stone, and 75 3, 83 | Consequently, since the chalice is of gold, the altar cloths ~ 76 3, 83 | decided that "the ~Lord's chalice with the paten should be 77 3, 83 | presume to sing mass with a chalice of wood or ~of glass," because 78 3, 83 | it was enacted that the chalice should be made of the ~aforesaid 79 3, 83 | blood contained in ~the chalice. And consequently, although 80 3, 83 | consequently, although the chalice is not made of stone, ~yet 81 3, 83 | and altar, consecrated chalice ~and corporal, and the other 82 3, 83 | subsequent crosses made over the chalice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 83 3, 83 | offered and put into the chalice signifies Christ's risen 84 3, 83 | that the part put into the chalice denotes those ~still living 85 3, 83 | the part kept outside the chalice ~denotes those fully blessed 86 3, 83 | can be signified by the chalice: first, the ~Passion itself, 87 3, 83 | by the part put into the chalice are denoted those who are 88 3, 83 | by the part put into the chalice. And it is to be observed 89 3, 83 | that the part ~put into the chalice ought not to be given to 90 3, 83 | creature falls into the chalice after the consecration. ~ 91 3, 83 | water is not added to the chalice, or even the wine overlooked, 92 3, 83 | priest's hands into the chalice, either before or ~after 93 3, 83 | third part is put into the chalice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 94 3, 83 | a spider falls into the chalice before ~consecration, or 95 3, 83 | and after purifying the chalice, fresh wine should be ~served 96 3, 83 | account, lest the life-giving chalice become one of death, ~but 97 3, 83 | put other ~wine into the chalice, resume the mass from the 98 3, 83 | wine has been put in the chalice, and if he detect it ~before 99 3, 83 | water which ~was in the chalice, because the precept of 100 3, 83 | only one part into the chalice, regards the mystical body, 101 3, 83 | if a drop fall from the ~chalice on to the altar, let the 102 3, 83 | the priest, holding the chalice ~below, then let the water 103 Suppl, 37| ordained, they receive the chalice with wine, and the paten 104 Suppl, 37| ordained, they ~receive the chalice, empty however, from the 105 Suppl, 37| the sacred bread and the ~chalice of benediction on the altar 106 Suppl, 37| that they be put into the chalice,* and again he pours the 107 Suppl, 37| exercises an ~act over the chalice only, not over its contents, 108 Suppl, 37| wine and water into the chalice, or to the Dominican rite, ~ 109 Suppl, 37| ordination receives an empty chalice, while the priest receives 110 Suppl, 37| priest receives a full ~chalice, so the acolyte receives 111 Suppl, 37| imprinted on a priest when the chalice is handed ~to him?~Aquin.: 112 Suppl, 37| at the moment when the chalice is handed to him. For the 113 Suppl, 37| not at the handing of the chalice.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 114 Suppl, 37| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, as a chalice is handed to the priest, 115 Suppl, 37| imprinted at the giving of ~the chalice, so likewise is there at 116 Suppl, 37| moment of the handing of the chalice, the subdeacon ~would be 117 Suppl, 37| character at the handing of the chalice and not ~the deacon. Therefore 118 Suppl, 37| imprinted at the ~handing of the chalice.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 119 Suppl, 37| priest when he receives the chalice.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 120 Suppl, 37| effect at the ~handing of the chalice. Therefore the character 121 Suppl, 37| their own hands; even as a ~chalice is anointed because it holds 122 Suppl, 37| at the very giving of the chalice under the prescribed form 123 Suppl, 37| dispense the blood with the ~chalice. Consequently his power, 124 Suppl, 38| the character through the ~chalice being handed to him by the 125 Suppl, 71| which is dropped into the chalice, ~signifies those who lead


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