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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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blessing

    Part, Question
1 1, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The blessing of God gives power to multiply 2 1, 72 | requiring to be repeated. The blessing, however, is repeated in 3 1, 72 | deemed unworthy of a ~formal blessing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 4 1, 73 | resting of God;~(3) About the blessing and sanctifying of this 5 1, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether blessing and sanctifying are due 6 1, 73 | OBJ 1: It would seem that blessing and sanctifying are not 7 1, 73 | Him. ~Therefore no special blessing or sanctifying are due to 8 1, 73 | the Latin "benedictio" [blessing] is derived from ~"bonitas" [ 9 1, 73 | produced creatures deserved a blessing rather ~than the day on 10 1, 73 | Further, over each creature a blessing was pronounced, as upon ~ 11 1, 73 | the first meaning, then, a blessing befits the seventh day, ~ 12 1, 73 | explained (Q[72], ad 4), the blessing referred to the ~increase 13 1, 73 | institution of nature; but the blessing attached to the seventh ~ 14 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The blessing of God gives power to multiply 15 1, 71 | requiring to be repeated. The blessing, however, is repeated in 16 1, 71 | deemed unworthy of a ~formal blessing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 17 1, 72 | resting of God;~(3) About the blessing and sanctifying of this 18 1, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether blessing and sanctifying are due 19 1, 72 | OBJ 1: It would seem that blessing and sanctifying are not 20 1, 72 | Him. ~Therefore no special blessing or sanctifying are due to 21 1, 72 | the Latin "benedictio" [blessing] is derived from ~"bonitas" [ 22 1, 72 | produced creatures deserved a blessing rather ~than the day on 23 1, 72 | Further, over each creature a blessing was pronounced, as upon ~ 24 1, 72 | the first meaning, then, a blessing befits the seventh day, ~ 25 1, 72 | explained (Q[72], ad 4), the blessing referred to the ~increase 26 1, 72 | institution of nature; but the blessing attached to the seventh ~ 27 1, 97 | necessary, for such a great ~blessing to be its result. We must, 28 2, 64 | written ~(Ecclus. 43:33): "Blessing the Lord, exalt Him as much 29 2, 100 | made in memory of a ~past blessing. Wherefore special mention 30 2, 102 | month to commemorate ~the blessing of being delivered out of 31 2, 102 | days later, to recall the blessing of the giving of ~the Law. 32 2, 102 | Expiation," in memory of the blessing whereby, at the prayer of ~ 33 2, 102 | days, to commemorate the blessing of being protected and led 34 2, 102 | was to ~commemorate the blessing of being led by God out 35 2, 103 | the sabbath, to recall the blessing of creation: ~and other 36 2, 103 | imitated even by us: and the blessing of creation and other Divine 37 2, 105 | is recalled as a special blessing (Ps. 147:20) that ~"He hath 38 2, 79 | according to ~Ecclus. 43:33, "Blessing the Lord, exalt Him as much 39 2, 86 | i.e. in some ~spiritual blessing or consecration which, in 40 2, 86 | spiritual consecration or ~blessing, of which God is the author, 41 2, 86 | consists in a spiritual blessing ~and consecration bestowed 42 2, 86 | kind of consecration or blessing of the person who takes ~ 43 2, 98 | anything for the Nuptial ~Blessing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 44 2, 108 | Esau, and yet he received a blessing (Gn. 27:27-29). Again, Judith 45 2, 116 | would . . . prepare this blessing before promised, to be ~ 46 2, 116 | promised, to be ~ready, so as a blessing, not as covetousness," where 47 2, 182 | alone receives a solemn blessing, while others are appointed 48 2, 182 | sight there is no ~greater blessing, if one engage in the fight 49 2, 183 | among the people; but a blessing upon the head of them ~that 50 3, 1 | abound." Hence, too, in the blessing ~of the Paschal candle, 51 3, 31 | Just as ~great was the blessing conferred on Jehu, who wrought 52 3, 62 | spiritual power from Christ's blessing and from the action of the ~ 53 3, 62 | and clear as it is, the ~blessing of Christ makes it yet more 54 3, 66 | Append. Serm. cxxxv): "The blessing that flowed ~from the Saviour' 55 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The blessing of the water is not essential 56 3, 70 | danger. Or bestowed some ~blessing on them, as a "seal of faith"; 57 3, 71 | be baptized); while the blessing, with the imposition of 58 3, 72 | water receives a kind of ~blessing before being used for Baptism; 59 3, 72 | previously, since Christ's blessing is enough. And if any blessing 60 3, 72 | blessing is enough. And if any blessing be ~used, it belongs to 61 3, 72 | sufficiently appropriate to the blessing of ~sacramental matter, 62 3, 74 | Mysteriis ix): ~"Before the blessing it is another species that 63 3, 74 | that is named, after the ~blessing the Body is signified; otherwise 64 3, 75 | Myster. ix): "Before the ~blessing it is called another species, 65 3, 75 | another species, after the blessing the body of ~Christ is signified." 66 3, 76 | to say that the mystical blessing ~departs from the sacrament, 67 3, 76 | changed, and the power of the ~blessing, and the life-giving grace 68 3, 77 | holy water, because the blessing works no change in the ~ 69 3, 78 | matter consists only in a blessing, from which the ~matter 70 3, 78 | Christ "blessed," and this blessing was effected by certain ~ 71 3, 78 | again, have said that the blessing was effected by other words ~ 72 3, 78 | cannot stand, because the blessing of ~the consecration is 73 3, 78 | have maintained that this blessing was effected by ~the same 74 3, 78 | sense is: ~"While He was blessing, and breaking, and giving 75 3, 79 | receive ~in a life-giving blessing in the bread and wine."~ 76 3, 82 | duties. And because the blessing of the ~chrism, and of the 77 3, 82 | consecrated by the priest's blessing. ~But a sinful priest's 78 3, 82 | But a sinful priest's blessing is not efficacious for consecrating 79 3, 82 | intention of the ~master; so the blessing of a sinful priest, inasmuch 80 3, 82 | in charity, the private blessing in the mass of a good priest 81 3, 83 | likewise with the priestly blessing."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 82 3, 83 | that we may receive a blessing," namely, ~through grace; "' 83 3, 83 | may be filled with every blessing," etc.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 84 3, 83 | not for the purpose of blessing and consecrating, but only 85 3, 86 | found no place of pardon and blessing through Penance": and it ~ 86 3, 87 | holy water, a ~bishop's blessing, the beating of the breast, 87 3, 87 | of holy water, a bishop's blessing, and the like. For venial 88 3, 87 | and in this way a bishop's blessing, ~the sprinkling of holy 89 Suppl, 13| pay what he owes for the blessing of ~creation, wherefore 90 Suppl, 19| Hence there is a twofold blessing. One proceeds from a mere 91 Suppl, 19| meriting by his own act: this blessing can be conferred by any 92 Suppl, 19| whom he blesses. The other blessing is when a man ~blesses, 93 Suppl, 19| blesses, as applying a blessing instrumentally through the 94 Suppl, 34| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Not every blessing or consecration given to 95 Suppl, 34| divine sacraments, as by the blessing of Order. Hence the comparison ~ 96 Suppl, 37| ministers' vestments. Now the blessing alone consecrates the vestments. ~ 97 Suppl, 37| is effected by the mere ~blessing of the bishop.~Aquin.: SMT 98 Suppl, 37| of three things, ~namely blessing, imposition of hands, and 99 Suppl, 37| hands, and anointing. By the blessing they ~are enlisted in the 100 Suppl, 37| Divine service, wherefore the blessing is given to ~all. By the 101 Suppl, 37| Divine worship, wherefore the blessing suffices for their ~consecration. 102 Suppl, 38| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, a blessing is necessary in the conferring 103 Suppl, 38| cannot bless; in fact his blessing is turned into a curse, 104 Suppl, 41| excused by the marriage ~blessing, so as not to be a sin.~ 105 Suppl, 42| the sacrament. ~But the blessing given by the priest at a 106 Suppl, 42| sacrament, and not the priest's blessing, which is a ~sacramental.~ 107 Suppl, 42| principally through any blessing of the priest.~Aquin.: SMT 108 Suppl, 45| perfected ~without the priest's blessing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 109 Suppl, 45| Consequently the ~priest's blessing is not required for matrimony 110 Suppl, 63| every sacrament some kind of blessing is given. But ~no blessing 111 Suppl, 63| blessing is given. But ~no blessing is given in a second marriage, 112 Suppl, 63| account ~of this defect the blessing is omitted in a second marriage.


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