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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 101 | Candlestick were furnished with "oil of olives," as stated in 2 2, 102 | nothing but bread, wine, oil, incense, and salt should 3 2, 102 | seasoning, and of these oil and salt were offered; or 4 2, 102 | whereby we were redeemed; oil betokens the grace of Christ; 5 2, 102 | corruption of the blood; oil, to denote ~the healing 6 2, 102 | with some the blood and oil, in order ~to strengthen 7 2, 102 | anointed on the head with the oil of ~unction: to denote that 8 2, 102 | him ~on to others, just as oil flows from the head on to 9 2, 102 | be ~consecrated with the oil of the Holy Ghost, and with 10 2, 103 | up for a title, pouring oil upon the top of it." Therefore 11 2, 103 | blood and the anointing of oil; and (Lev. 16:16) that, 12 2, 108 | sick by anointing them with oil (Mk. ~6:13). These are the 13 2, 110 | the face cheerful with ~oil"; the gloss says: "Grace 14 2, 51 | treasure to be desired, and oil in the dwelling of the just, ~ 15 2, 98 | exchange for the ~chrism, holy oil, and so forth. Therefore 16 2, 113 | Ps. 140:5, "Let not the oil of the sinner ~fatten my 17 2, 117 | treasure to be desired, and oil in the dwelling of ~the 18 3, 36 | Rome the river ~flowed with oil [*Eusebius, Chronic. II, 19 3, 49 | anointed with the ~holy oil: but after he is dead, then 20 3, 64 | men are confirmed, the oil with which priests are anointed, 21 3, 66 | washing, such as wine, ~oil, and such like. Therefore 22 3, 66 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Wine and oil are not so commonly used 23 3, 66 | anointed thrice with holy ~oil first on the breast, and 24 3, 66 | sacrament; but the use of oil or chrism is part of the 25 3, 66 | of all anointed with Holy oil on the breast and ~between 26 3, 66 | besmear ~themselves with oil. Or, as Innocent III says 27 3, 71 | And the anointing with ~oil signifies man's ability 28 3, 72 | chrism, which is made ~of oil and balm, is not a fitting 29 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, oil is used as the matter of 30 3, 72 | purpose of anointing. But any oil will do for anointing: for 31 3, 72 | anointing: for instance, ~oil made from nuts, and from 32 3, 72 | Therefore not only olive oil ~should be used for this 33 3, 72 | procured everywhere. ~But olive oil is not to be procured everywhere; 34 3, 72 | Holy Ghost is signified by oil; ~hence Christ is said to 35 3, 72 | to be "anointed with the oil of gladness" (Ps. ~44:8), 36 3, 72 | Holy Ghost. ~Consequently oil is a suitable matter of 37 3, 72 | balm is ~mixed with the oil, by reason of its fragrant 38 3, 72 | the same signification as oil: except in so far ~as fire 39 3, 72 | has an active power, while oil has a passive power, as 40 3, 72 | OBJ 3: These properties of oil, by reason of which it symbolizes ~ 41 3, 72 | are to be found in olive oil rather than in any other ~ 42 3, 72 | rather than in any other ~oil. In fact, the olive-tree 43 3, 72 | Para. 2/2~Moreover, this oil is called oil properly, 44 3, 72 | Moreover, this oil is called oil properly, and is very much 45 3, 72 | from its likeness to this oil: nor are the latter commonly 46 3, 72 | supply the want of olive oil. Therefore it is that this ~ 47 3, 72 | Therefore it is that this ~oil alone is used for this and 48 3, 72 | sensible matter composed of ~oil and balm is not receptive 49 3, 72 | sign the brow with the same oil; this belongs ~to the bishop 50 3, 72 | both chrism, and the holy oil, and the oil of the sick ~ 51 3, 72 | and the holy oil, and the oil of the sick ~are blessed 52 3, 82 | as the chrism, the ~holy oil, and blessed oil, belongs 53 3, 82 | the ~holy oil, and blessed oil, belongs exclusively to 54 3, 82 | chrism, and of the holy oil, and of the oil of the sick, 55 3, 82 | the holy oil, and of the oil of the sick, and other ~ 56 3, 90 | either simple, as water or oil, or compound, as chrism, 57 Suppl, 29| Christ?~(4) Whether olive oil is a suitable matter for 58 Suppl, 29| sacrament?~(5) Whether the oil ought to be consecrated?~( 59 Suppl, 29| sacrament. For just ~as oil is used on sick people, 60 Suppl, 29| anointing of ~catechumens with oil is not a sacrament. Therefore 61 Suppl, 29| Unction of the sick with oil.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 62 Suppl, 29| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The oil with which catechumens are 63 Suppl, 29| absurd to say that the oil is a sacrament. But there 64 Suppl, 29| anointed the sick with oil."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 65 Suppl, 29| Para. 1/1~Whether olive oil is a suitable matter for 66 Suppl, 29| It would seem that olive oil is not a suitable matter 67 Suppl, 29| a common one. But olive oil is not a common remedy, 68 Suppl, 29| danger, it seems that olive oil is not ~a suitable matter.~ 69 Suppl, 29| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, oil is appointed (James 5:14) 70 Suppl, 29| Now, properly speaking, oil is none but olive oil. Therefore ~ 71 Suppl, 29| speaking, oil is none but olive oil. Therefore ~this is the 72 Suppl, 29| signified by anointing with oil, as is ~evident from Is. 73 Suppl, 29| dressed nor fomented with oil." Therefore the suitable 74 Suppl, 29| matter for ~this sacrament is oil.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 75 Suppl, 29| rather than fostered. Now oil has a softening effect, 76 Suppl, 29| this sacrament. ~And since oil is, above all, the name 77 Suppl, 29| liquids are only called oil from their likeness to it, 78 Suppl, 29| it ~follows that olive oil is the matter which should 79 Suppl, 29| conscience which is signified by ~oil.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 80 Suppl, 29| heals by its roughness, oil by its softness, wherefore ~ 81 Suppl, 29| Reply OBJ 3: Though olive oil is not produced everywhere, 82 Suppl, 29| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the oil ought to be consecrated?~ 83 Suppl, 29| It would seem that the oil need not be consecrated. 84 Suppl, 29| sacrament, ~is suitable to oil on account of its natural 85 Suppl, 29| that, Some hold that mere oil is the matter of this sacrament, ~ 86 Suppl, 29| the consecration of the oil ~by the bishop. But this 87 Suppl, 29| sacrament is consecrated oil. Three reasons may be assigned 88 Suppl, 29| these eyes with consecrated oil ~in the name of the Father," 89 Suppl, 30| apostles anointed with oil were healed (Mk. 6:13). 90 Suppl, 31| Egypt that they sent the ~oil to the sick, and that these 91 Suppl, 31| she anointed the sick with oil. Therefore this ~sacrament 92 Suppl, 71| ointment or ~other holy oil, first of all he, " namely 93 Suppl, 71| teaches that candles and oil should be offered for the 94 Suppl, 71| This offering of candles or oil may profit the departed 95 Suppl, 71| call upon God and to burn oil and wax at his ~tomb; for 96 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 1: By bringing oil and candles to the tombs 97 Suppl, 71| words quoted we read: "For oil and candles are a holocaust."~


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