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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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key

    Part, Question
1 Suppl, 11| confession secret, even as the key is the power of absolving. 2 Suppl, 17| Church?~(2) Whether the key is the power of binding 3 Suppl, 17| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a key is needed for opening and 4 Suppl, 17| that, In material things a key is an instrument for opening 5 Suppl, 17| this obstacle is called a key. Now this power is in the 6 Suppl, 17| some say that God has the key of "authority." ~But Christ 7 Suppl, 17| metaphorically the Church's key, and is the key of "ministry."~ 8 Suppl, 17| Church's key, and is the key of "ministry."~Aquin.: SMT 9 Suppl, 17| Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: The key whereby hell is opened and 10 Suppl, 17| wherefore He kept this key to Himself. But the key ~ 11 Suppl, 17| key to Himself. But the key ~of the kingdom is also 12 Suppl, 17| kingdom ~Consequently the key of the kingdom can be given 13 Suppl, 17| to man rather than the ~key of hell, for they are not 14 Suppl, 17| as some state, that the key of heaven is also ~the key 15 Suppl, 17| key of heaven is also ~the key of hell, since if one is 16 Suppl, 17| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the key is the power of binding 17 Suppl, 17| It would seem that the key is not the power of binding 18 Suppl, 17| as the character. But the key and the character do not 19 Suppl, 17| referred to God, whereas by the key ~he is referred to his subjects. 20 Suppl, 17| subjects. Therefore the key is not a power.~Aquin.: 21 Suppl, 17| acts." Wherefore, since the key is a kind ~of power, it 22 Suppl, 17| aforesaid ~definition of the key gives the genus, viz. "power," 23 Suppl, 17| the two acts of a material key which are ~to open and shut; 24 Suppl, 17| consecration. Therefore the key is given together with the 25 Suppl, 17| order: yet the ~use of the key requires due matter, i.e. 26 Suppl, 17| the keys. And since the key is defined ~from its act, 27 Suppl, 17| one ~lock requires but one key. Now the lock for the removal 28 Suppl, 17| Therefore knowledge is not a key, so that there is ~but one 29 Suppl, 17| so that there is ~but one key, viz. the power of judging.~ 30 Suppl, 17| is but one. But this is a key. ~Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 31 Suppl, 17| discretion is reckoned as a key, and so is the power ~of 32 Suppl, 17| absolve should be counted as a key.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 33 Suppl, 17| And since the act of the key requires fitness in the 34 Suppl, 17| judge, by means of ~the key, "admits the worthy and 35 Suppl, 17| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: One key is ordained immediately 36 Suppl, 17| is not unfitting that one key should be ordained to the 37 Suppl, 17| point. For it is the second key, which ~is the power of 38 Suppl, 17| sin ~immediately, but the key of knowledge shows to whom 39 Suppl, 17| are two opinions about the key of knowledge. For some ~ 40 Suppl, 17| acquired or infused, is the key ~in this case, and that 41 Suppl, 17| it is not the principal key, but is called a key ~through 42 Suppl, 17| principal key, but is called a key ~through being subordinate 43 Suppl, 17| being subordinate to another key: so that it is not called 44 Suppl, 17| that it is not called a key ~when the other key is wanting, 45 Suppl, 17| called a key ~when the other key is wanting, for instance, 46 Suppl, 17| although priests lack this key at times, through being ~ 47 Suppl, 17| this opinion call a little key, so that although knowledge 48 Suppl, 17| the ~knowledge becomes a key which it was not before. 49 Suppl, 17| opinion holds that the ~key is not knowledge considered 50 Suppl, 17| authority to judge, which is the key of knowledge, cannot be 51 Suppl, 17| will is not reckoned as a key.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 52 Suppl, 17| Holy Ghost, requires no key, as stated above (ad 4).~ 53 Suppl, 18| no obstacle. ~For if the key were in no way ordained 54 Suppl, 18| 1/2~On the contrary, The key is the power of binding 55 Suppl, 19| power; and this is the key. Therefore they had the 56 Suppl, 19| Therefore they had the key.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 57 Suppl, 19| 1~Whether Christ had the key?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 58 Suppl, 19| Christ did not have the key. For the key goes ~with 59 Suppl, 19| not have the key. For the key goes ~with the character 60 Suppl, 19| Therefore He had not the key.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 61 Suppl, 19| sacramental ~rite. Now the key is something sacramental. 62 Suppl, 19| Therefore He needed no key, ~and it would have been 63 Suppl, 19| He ~that hath the key of David," etc.~Aquin.: 64 Suppl, 19| But the very ~notion of a key expresses a power to open 65 Suppl, 19| admit ~that Christ had the key, but in a higher way than 66 Suppl, 19| wherefore He is said to have the key of "excellence."~Aquin.: 67 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The key, which Christ had was not 68 Suppl, 19| origin of the sacramental key.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 69 Suppl, 19| together seem to have the key, ~because certain Chapters 70 Suppl, 19| not only priests have the ~key.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 71 Suppl, 19| There are two kinds of key. one reaches to heaven itself ~ 72 Suppl, 19| and this is called the key of "order." Priests ~alone 73 Suppl, 19| Priests ~alone have this key, because they alone are 74 Suppl, 19| God directly. The other key reaches to ~heaven, not 75 Suppl, 19| Church Militant. By ~this key a man goes to heaven, since, 76 Suppl, 19| absolution. This is called the key of "jurisdiction" ~in the 77 Suppl, 19| not priests can have ~this key, e.g. archdeacons, bishops 78 Suppl, 19| is not properly called a key of heaven, but a ~disposition 79 Suppl, 19| The doorkeepers have the key for taking care of those ~ 80 Suppl, 19| they do ~not receive the key of the heavenly kingdom. 81 Suppl, 19| and thus they have the key of jurisdiction, but they 82 Suppl, 19| have not ~all together the key of order.~Aquin.: SMT XP 83 Suppl, 19| a woman has neither the key of order nor the key of ~ 84 Suppl, 19| the key of order nor the key of ~jurisdiction. Nevertheless 85 Suppl, 19| Somno et Vigil. i). But the key which is a spiritual ~power 86 Suppl, 20| Whether a priest can use the key, which he has, on any man?~( 87 Suppl, 20| Whether a priest can use the key which he has, on any man?~ 88 Suppl, 20| that a priest can use the key which he has, on any ~man. 89 Suppl, 20| Therefore he that has the key, can use it on any ~without 90 Suppl, 20| OBJ 2: Further, a material key that opens one lock, opens 91 Suppl, 20| priest can, by means of the ~key which he has, absolve one 92 Suppl, 20| competency of a priest to use his key with regard to ~everyone.~ 93 Suppl, 20| Reply OBJ 2: A material key can open only its own lock. 94 Suppl, 20| consequently no one can use the ~key in respect of another over 95 Suppl, 20| since he cannot use the key on himself, for he cannot 96 Suppl, 22| excommunicate, can be called a key. It is in this ~sense that 97 Suppl, 22| distinguish between the key of orders, which all priests ~ 98 Suppl, 22| all priests ~have, and the key of jurisdiction in the tribunal 99 Suppl, 22| Though they have not the key of orders, they have the 100 Suppl, 22| of orders, they have the key ~of jurisdiction.~Aquin.: 101 Suppl, 25| there are two keys, the key ~of orders and the key of 102 Suppl, 25| the key ~of orders and the key of jurisdiction. The key 103 Suppl, 25| key of jurisdiction. The key of orders is a ~sacramental: 104 Suppl, 25| remitted by means of the key of orders from the punishment ~ 105 Suppl, 25| On the other hand ~the key of jurisdiction is not something 106 Suppl, 25| indulgences is ~the effect of this key, since it does not belong 107 Suppl, 26| indulgences ~belongs to the key of jurisdiction and not 108 Suppl, 26| jurisdiction and not to the key of orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP 109 Suppl, 37| for he ought to have the key of knowledge; ~"faith" to


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