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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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preaching

    Part, Question
1 1, 116 | ad Eph.) - that from the preaching of ~the apostles the angels 2 1, 116 | is to say, ~through the preaching of the apostles, the mysteries 3 1, 116 | themselves: thus by the preaching of Paul the Gentiles were ~ 4 2, 91 | the very beginning of ~His preaching, Christ invited men to the 5 2, 102 | primitive Church by Christ's ~preaching and miracles. The feast 6 2, 102 | Trumpets signified the ~preaching of the apostles. The feast 7 2, 102 | accompany a wise man in preaching, ~for one would hinder the 8 2, 103 | Passion, while ~Christ was preaching and working miracles, the 9 2, 106 | at the very outset of the preaching of ~the Gospel: "The kingdom 10 2, 106 | of the kingdom. ~But the preaching of the Gospel of Christ 11 2, 106 | literally. ~Secondly, the preaching of the Gospel may be understood 12 2, 108 | to become fitted for the preaching of the Gospel throughout 13 2, 1 | believe, until they heard the preaching of the ~Gospel. Now, when 14 2, 5 | Thus if a prophet, while preaching the word ~of God, were to 15 2, 10 | instinct, and the outward preaching of the truth. Hence, in 16 2, 10 | through contempt of the preaching of ~the faith. But contempt 17 2, 10 | for salvation more than preaching does, ~since Baptism removes 18 2, 10 | danger ensue through not ~preaching, it is imputed to him who 19 2, 10 | ensues from the omission of preaching, ~threatens only those who 20 2, 10 | entrusted with the duty of preaching. Hence ~it had already been 21 2, 36 | to the Apostle who was preaching ~the truth of faith. Hence 22 2, 53 | were commanded to do in preaching the ~Gospel." Secondly, 23 2, 70 | their detractors, lest their preaching be not heard by those who 24 2, 89 | devotion by teaching and preaching is a ~more excellent way 25 2, 89 | towards God by means of preaching and ~teaching, ought not 26 2, 89 | whole time to the duty of preaching and to taking charge of 27 2, 98 | OBJ 2: Further, prayer, preaching, divine praise, are most 28 2, 98 | livelihood the object of preaching: for ~if they sell it for 29 2, 131 | good to their neighbor in preaching be judged strictly, ~without 30 2, 174 | His own person purposed preaching to only one ~nation, namely 31 2, 175 | 2:4): "My speech and my preaching was not in the persuasive 32 2, 182 | life desired the ~office of preaching, whereas Jeremias, who was 33 2, 183 | life, desired the office of preaching, whereas Jeremias who was 34 2, 183 | he permitted them to go preaching without gold or silver ~ 35 2, 183 | to use his own means in ~preaching the Gospel, this would be 36 2, 183 | of other churches for preaching to the Corinthians, wherefore 37 2, 185 | duty of clerics, so also do preaching and teaching. Therefore 38 2, 185 | duties, whereof teaching and preaching are a ~part. Therefore seemingly 39 2, 185 | austere life and severe preaching should avoid the palaces ~ 40 2, 185 | he adds in reference to ~preaching [*Cap. xviii]: "If one has 41 2, 185 | Again he speaks of that preaching which is ~addressed, not 42 2, 185 | is addressed ~privately, preaching to many."~Aquin.: SMT SS 43 2, 185 | apostles of the ~pretext for preaching, for they preached merely 44 2, 185 | where he ~had facilities for preaching daily, as Augustine observes ( 45 2, 186 | order can be established for preaching and the ~exercise of like 46 2, 186 | order can be established for preaching or hearing ~confessions?~ 47 2, 186 | may be established for ~preaching, or hearing confessions. 48 2, 186 | applies to religious. Now preaching and ~hearing confessions 49 2, 186 | If then the office of ~preaching be committed to a religious 50 2, 186 | established for the purpose of preaching and ~hearing confessions.~ 51 2, 186 | teaching the people by preaching and like works.~Aquin.: 52 2, 186 | order to be ~established for preaching and similar works pertaining 53 2, 186 | orders ~are established for preaching and hearing confessions, 54 2, 186 | salvation of ~souls, such as preaching and the like. Accordingly 55 2, 186 | orders ~that are founded for preaching and other like works; wherefore 56 2, 186 | contemplation, such as teaching and ~preaching. Wherefore Gregory says ( 57 2, 186 | directed to teaching and preaching, which, ~moreover, are nearest 58 2, 186 | they are bidden to do in preaching the Gospel." Yet the possession 59 2, 186 | contemplation ~by teaching and preaching, requires greater care of 60 2, 187 | of the Jews, after the ~preaching of Christ, to draw Gentiles 61 3, 1 | themselves towards His preaching as not to believe in His 62 3, 30 | faith is ~preceded by the preaching of the faith, for as much 63 3, 37 | loquacious bird, represents the preaching and ~confession of faith; 64 3, 38 | the desert baptizing and preaching the ~baptism of penance 65 3, 38 | place, and that Christ's preaching began in a great ~measure 66 3, 39 | that He might confirm the preaching and the baptism of ~John, 67 3, 40 | to Himself, to hear His preaching, yet He did not do ~so; 68 3, 40 | manifesting His Godhead to all, by preaching ~and working miracles, and 69 3, 40 | life in which a man, by preaching and teaching, delivers to ~ 70 3, 40 | keeping with the duty of ~preaching, for which purpose He says 71 3, 40 | to give all their time to preaching, they must be wholly free ~ 72 3, 40 | lest if He were rich His preaching might be ascribed to ~cupidity. 73 3, 40 | wealth, without their duty of preaching being hindered by ~anxiety.~ 74 3, 41 | passing on to the office of preaching, according to the Apostle ( 75 3, 42 | Gentiles also?~(2) Whether in preaching He should have avoided the 76 3, 42 | was fitting that Christ's preaching, whether through ~Himself 77 3, 42 | to be ~published by the preaching of the apostles.~Aquin.: 78 3, 42 | subsequently teaching ~others, by preaching and writing: whereas if 79 3, 47 | 4:4. Afterwards, by the ~preaching of Jews, Christ's Passion 80 3, 52 | for their unbelief, ~since preaching cannot be understood otherwise 81 3, 52 | above, namely, that the preaching is not to be ~referred to 82 3, 52 | i.e. not believing in the preaching of Noe, "when ~they waited 83 3, 53 | risen again, then is our preaching vain, and our [Vulg.: 'your'] ~ 84 3, 55 | Now they bore witness by preaching ~in public: and this is 85 3, 55 | would ~not believe in the preaching of the apostles unless He 86 3, 59 | derive its ~progress from the preaching of the apostles. In a fourth 87 3, 67 | Because ~the duties of preaching and of baptizing were enjoined 88 3, 72 | OBJ 3: Those who heard the preaching of Peter received the effect ~ 89 3, 84 | at the beginning of His preaching He ~said (Mt. 4:17): "Do 90 3, 84 | Wherefore at the outset of His ~preaching, our Lord admonished men, 91 3, 84 | received through Jonas' preaching, inasmuch as they did these 92 Suppl, 25| Cor. 15:14): "If . . . our preaching is ~vain, your faith is 93 Suppl, 25| whoever utters a falsehood in ~preaching, so far as he is concerned, 94 Suppl, 25| be found in the Church's preaching, her doctrine ~would have 95 Suppl, 25| commutation. Moreover the preaching of the Church would not 96 Suppl, 36| life is contemptible, his preaching is liable to be despised"; 97 Suppl, 56| given to the baptized by preaching to ~them avails no less 98 Suppl, 56| them avails no less than preaching to those who are not yet 99 Suppl, 56| relationship results from preaching. Neither therefore does ~ 100 Suppl, 56| relationship results from the preaching ~of the gospel and instruction, 101 Suppl, 71| Church, who orders ~the preaching of a crusade in order that 102 Suppl, 74| whereof is because the ~preaching of Christ on which the Church 103 Suppl, 74| the world or until the ~preaching of Antichrist, but to the 104 Suppl, 74| the time of Antichrist's preaching and ~the duration of his 105 Suppl, 86| not properly correspond to preaching or teaching. or we may ~ 106 Suppl, 93| some act of ~virtue. But preaching or teaching is not the act 107 Suppl, 93| is not due to teaching or preaching.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 108 Suppl, 93| 2: Further, teaching and preaching are the result of studying 109 Suppl, 93| future life for ~teaching and preaching.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 110 Suppl, 93| humiliation in teaching and ~preaching, in fact they are occasions 111 Suppl, 93| an aureole is not due to preaching and teaching.~Aquin.: SMT 112 Suppl, 93| also. Now this is done by preaching and teaching: ~wherefore 113 Suppl, 93| wherefore an aureole is due to preaching and teaching, even as to ~ 114 Suppl, 93| they have the office of preaching, ~unless they actually preach, 115 Suppl, 93| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Preaching and teaching are acts of 116 Suppl, 93| man spreads the faith by preaching and ~teaching, so does he 117 Suppl, 93| is done by teaching and ~preaching, and consequently the third 118 Suppl, 93| or is more ~constant in preaching, or again withdraws himself


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