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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hierarchy

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1 1, 50 | that all the angels of one ~hierarchy, or even of one order, are 2 1, 51 | that all the angels of one ~hierarchy, or even of one order, are 3 1, 105 | the angels of ~the second hierarchy are cleansed, enlightened 4 1, 105 | the ~angels of the first hierarchy."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] 5 1, 105 | that "in the heavenly hierarchy the ~chastening of the inferior 6 1, 105 | For the ecclesiastical hierarchy is derived from, and represents ~ 7 1, 105 | represents ~the heavenly hierarchy; and hence the heavenly 8 1, 105 | likewise in the heavenly hierarchy, the superiors can be ~enlightened 9 1, 105 | OBJ 1: The ecclesiastical hierarchy imitates the heavenly in 10 1, 105 | likeness. For in the heavenly hierarchy the ~perfection of the order 11 1, 105 | whereas in the ecclesiastical hierarchy, ~sometimes those who are 12 1, 107 | the angels belong to one hierarchy?~(2) Whether in one hierarchy 13 1, 107 | hierarchy?~(2) Whether in one hierarchy there is only one order?~( 14 1, 107 | all the angels are of one hierarchy?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 15 1, 107 | the angels belong to one hierarchy. For ~since the angels are 16 1, 107 | iii, 4). Therefore as a hierarchy is nothing but a sacred ~ 17 1, 107 | the angels belong to one hierarchy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 18 1, 107 | Coel. Hier. iii) that "hierarchy is ~order, knowledge, and 19 1, 107 | the angels belong to one hierarchy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 20 1, 107 | sacred principality called hierarchy is to be found ~among men 21 1, 107 | But all men are of one hierarchy. Therefore ~likewise all 22 1, 107 | all the angels are of one hierarchy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 23 1, 107 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Hierarchy means a "sacred" principality, 24 1, 107 | creatures; so there is one hierarchy, not only of all the angels, 25 1, 107 | the human and the angelic hierarchy. In ~the same manner we 26 1, 107 | knowledge ~belongs to the first hierarchy, connected immediately with 27 1, 107 | mode belongs to ~the second hierarchy. Thirdly, forasmuch as these 28 1, 107 | mode belongs to the ~lowest hierarchy. All this will appear more 29 1, 107 | of ~Dionysius who place a hierarchy in the Divine Persons, and 30 1, 107 | it the ~"supercelestial" hierarchy. For in the Divine Persons 31 1, 107 | are several orders in one hierarchy?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 32 1, 107 | would seem that in the one hierarchy there are not several ~orders. 33 1, 107 | is also ~multiplied. But hierarchy is order, as Dionysius says ( 34 1, 107 | orders, there is not one hierarchy only, but ~many.~Aquin.: 35 1, 107 | Further, in the ecclesiastical hierarchy the orders are ~distinguished 36 1, 107 | some of them belong to ~one hierarchy, as will be explained (A[ 37 1, 107 | As explained above, one hierarchy is one ~principality - that 38 1, 107 | orders. So the nature of a hierarchy ~requires diversity of orders.~ 39 1, 107 | we find in each ~angelic hierarchy the orders distinguished 40 1, 107 | the base; and so in every hierarchy Dionysius ~places three 41 1, 107 | grades; and in that way a hierarchy is ~called an order. In 42 1, 107 | the several orders of one hierarchy are so called. ~Aquin.: 43 1, 107 | the highest man of our ~hierarchy, according to the words, " 44 1, 107 | lesser angel of the heavenly hierarchy can not only ~cleanse, but 45 1, 107 | than can the ~orders of our hierarchy. Thus the heavenly orders 46 1, 107 | nature of the angels. For hierarchy is "a sacred ~principality," 47 1, 107 | Further, the ecclesiastical hierarchy is copied from the ~heavenly. 48 1, 107 | places in the highest ~hierarchy the "Seraphim" as the first, 49 1, 107 | the last; in the middle hierarchy he places the ~"Dominations," 50 1, 107 | Powers" ~last; in the lowest hierarchy the "Principalities" first, 51 1, 107 | above (A[1]), the highest hierarchy ~contemplates the ideas 52 1, 107 | it belongs to the first hierarchy to consider ~the end; to 53 1, 107 | names, ~places in the first hierarchy those orders the names of 54 1, 107 | he places in the middle hierarchy those orders whose names 55 1, 107 | and he places in the third hierarchy the orders ~whose names 56 1, 107 | the orders of the first hierarchy; for the "Thrones" ~are 57 1, 107 | to the whole of the first hierarchy. The "Cherubim" know ~the 58 1, 107 | manner that the whole of this hierarchy can be called the ~"Thrones"; 59 1, 107 | highest order of the first ~hierarchy has affinity, denominated 60 1, 107 | lowest order of the first hierarchy is that of the "Thrones," 61 1, 107 | enlightening of the second ~hierarchy, to which belongs the disposition 62 1, 107 | the ~angels. For the human hierarchy is stationed beneath the 63 1, 107 | beneath the lowest heavenly ~hierarchy, as the lowest under the 64 1, 107 | lowest under the middle hierarchy and the middle ~beneath 65 1, 107 | the angels of the lowest hierarchy are never ~transferred into 66 1, 108 | orders are contained under a hierarchy. But ~the demons are not 67 1, 108 | the demons are not in a hierarchy, which is defined as a holy ~ 68 1, 111 | belonging to the highest hierarchy are ~said to assist, whose 69 1, 111 | the whole of the highest hierarchy to be immediately enlightened 70 1, 111 | the angels of the second hierarchy are sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP 71 1, 111 | the angels of the second hierarchy are ~sent. For all the angels 72 1, 111 | the angels of the second hierarchy do not assist; for they 73 1, 111 | the angels of the first hierarchy, as Dionysius says ~(Coel. 74 1, 111 | the angels of the second hierarchy are ~sent in ministry.~Aquin.: 75 1, 111 | the angels of ~the second hierarchy were not sent in ministry. 76 1, 111 | the angels ~of the second hierarchy are sent to minister.~Aquin.: 77 1, 112 | the angels of the ~first hierarchy are, as to some things, 78 2, 50 | angels are of ~the first hierarchy are called: "Fire-bearers 79 2, 173 | the angels of the lowest hierarchy [*Cf. FP, ~Q[108], A[1]], 80 2, 173 | the angels of the middle hierarchy, the ~third to the angels 81 2, 173 | the angels of the highest hierarchy, according to the gloss 82 2, 182 | just as we see the whole hierarchy culminating in Jesus, so 83 3, 42 | just as in the heavenly hierarchy the Divine ~enlightenment 84 3, 60 | his book on the heavenly hierarchy (Coel. Hier. i).~Aquin.: 85 3, 65 | actions of the ecclesiastical ~hierarchy, as Dionysius explains ( 86 3, 65 | actions of the ecclesiastical hierarchy, namely, "to cleanse, ~to 87 3, 72 | treatise on the Ecclesiastical Hierarchy (chap. vii): "It is ~not 88 3, 78 | book on the ecclesiastical ~hierarchy; their object was to write 89 Suppl, 20| reason, in the heavenly hierarchy also, under the Powers who 90 Suppl, 29| disposition of the ecclesiastical hierarchy, as regards the ~ministers, 91 Suppl, 37| nine Orders in the ~angelic hierarchy, there should be as many, 92 Suppl, 37| likening them to the heavenly hierarchy, ~where the Orders are distinguished 93 Suppl, 37| orders of ~the heavenly hierarchy are not distinguished by 94 Suppl, 37| in men there is only one hierarchy, because they have only 95 Suppl, 37| to theirs; since in our hierarchy there are three Orders, ~ 96 Suppl, 37| even as in ~each angelic hierarchy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 97 Suppl, 40| orders to the ~ecclesiastical hierarchy, the bishop, the priest, 98 Suppl, 72| middle order of the middle hierarchy, but according to ~Gregory ( 99 Suppl, 72| highest order of the lowest ~hierarchy. In another sense it is 100 Suppl, 72| it belongs to the ~middle hierarchy - is not limited in its


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