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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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consecrate

   Part, Question
1 2, 79 | religious are those who ~consecrate their whole life to the 2 2, 97 | as the violation of a ~consecrate virgin, or of any woman 3 2, 98 | pecunias]): ~"Whosoever shall consecrate anyone for money, let him 4 2, 184 | be ~sanctified and will consecrate themselves to the Lord," 5 3, 39 | be ~baptized in order to consecrate the baptism wherewith we 6 3, 64 | able to abuse her; or to consecrate the Body of Christ, ~so 7 3, 67 | belongs to ~the bishop to consecrate churches, to anoint altars, 8 3, 67 | churches, to anoint altars, to consecrate ~[conficere] the chrism; 9 3, 67 | belongs to a ~priest to consecrate the Eucharist, which is 10 3, 72 | Ghost on hint, in order to consecrate a dwelling to God: and ~ 11 3, 73 | of the supper He should ~consecrate the sacrament of His body 12 3, 74 | priest were to wish to ~consecrate all the bread which is sold 13 3, 74 | that the priest could not consecrate ~an immense quantity of 14 3, 74 | few parishioners could not consecrate many hosts. It remains, ~ 15 3, 74 | if the priest ~intends to consecrate the body of Christ for an 16 3, 78 | under which others were to consecrate thereafter. ~And the words 17 3, 78 | those who came after were to consecrate." ~But in opposition to 18 3, 78 | first secretly, in order to consecrate, and afterwards openly, 19 3, 78 | Sacram. iv), "Christ's words consecrate ~this sacrament. What word 20 3, 78 | nor only in priests who consecrate ~this sacrament, and in 21 3, 80 | the priest's duty both to ~consecrate and finish the sacrament, 22 3, 80 | of priests, who, as they ~consecrate the entire sacrament, ought 23 3, 82 | belongs to a priest alone to consecrate this sacrament?~(2) Whether 24 3, 82 | priests can at the same time consecrate the same ~host?~(3) Whether 25 3, 82 | priest, but ~anyone else, can consecrate this sacrament.~Aquin.: 26 3, 82 | It belongs to a priest to consecrate this sacrament of the ~Lord' 27 3, 82 | Whether several priests can consecrate one and the same host?~Aquin.: 28 3, 82 | that several priests cannot consecrate one and the same ~host. 29 3, 82 | several priests ~cannot consecrate one host at the same time.~ 30 3, 82 | seems that several ~cannot consecrate one host.~Aquin.: SMT TP 31 3, 82 | for several priests to ~consecrate the same host.~Aquin.: SMT 32 3, 82 | whereas the priest does not consecrate except as in ~Christ's stead; 33 3, 82 | person ~to dispense and to consecrate this sacrament.~Aquin.: 34 3, 82 | sacrament does the priest consecrate himself, but he consecrates 35 3, 82 | would be well advised to consecrate ~again and receive the Lord' 36 3, 82 | Whether a wicked priest can consecrate the Eucharist?~Aquin.: SMT 37 3, 82 | that a wicked priest cannot consecrate the Eucharist. ~For Jerome, 38 3, 82 | Therefore a sinful priest cannot consecrate the Eucharist.~Aquin.: SMT 39 3, 82 | godly, but sinners, can consecrate the Eucharist.~Aquin.: SMT 40 3, 82 | who believed they could consecrate the Eucharist worthily, 41 3, 82 | excommunicated persons can consecrate?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 42 3, 82 | persons ~are not able to consecrate the Eucharist. For Augustine 43 3, 82 | Baptism." ~But none can consecrate the Eucharist, unless he 44 3, 82 | heretics and the like cannot consecrate the ~Eucharist.~Aquin.: 45 3, 82 | excommunicate, are not able to ~consecrate the Eucharist.~Aquin.: SMT 46 3, 82 | ordination, a priest can consecrate the Eucharist. Therefore, 47 3, 82 | are excommunicate, can ~consecrate the Eucharist, since their 48 3, 82 | excommunication, can indeed ~consecrate the Eucharist, which on 49 3, 82 | no case can they lawfully consecrate the Eucharist, or confer 50 3, 82 | Whether a degraded priest can consecrate this sacrament?~Aquin.: 51 3, 82 | a degraded priest cannot consecrate this sacrament. ~For no 52 3, 82 | a degraded priest cannot consecrate the Eucharist.~Aquin.: SMT 53 3, 82 | that he loses ~the power to consecrate, and in consequence that 54 3, 82 | they have the power to ~consecrate the Eucharist, yet they 55 3, 82 | the priest's office to ~consecrate the Eucharist, so it is 56 3, 82 | likewise he is not bound to consecrate the Eucharist except ~he 57 3, 82 | sin, or excommunicate, to consecrate the Eucharist, ~as was said 58 3, 83 | But it seems useless to ~consecrate a church, or an altar, or 59 3, 83 | Body Para. 2/2~Hence we consecrate those things which we make 60 3, 83 | churches of the Arians, consecrate them as Catholic ~churches 61 3, 83 | outside the Church cannot consecrate. But, as we ~read in the 62 3, 83 | at once to add them and consecrate. But if ~after the words 63 Suppl, 8 | a priest alone, who can consecrate the ~Eucharist. Therefore, 64 Suppl, 17| power ~whereby a priest can consecrate, and whereby he can loose 65 Suppl, 19| consecration, since if they do consecrate it is valid, though they 66 Suppl, 19| wheaten bread, he could not consecrate, so neither can a ~prelate 67 Suppl, 19| yet he can baptize ~and consecrate, albeit to his own damnation.~ 68 Suppl, 22| it is a greater thing to consecrate the body of Christ ~than 69 Suppl, 22| excommunicate. But such persons can consecrate. Therefore they ~can excommunicate.~ 70 Suppl, 22| of order, he can always consecrate, though not always ~lawfully. 71 Suppl, 29| effect as if one were to consecrate a host a second time, ~which 72 Suppl, 29| sacrament. But a priest can ~consecrate the matter in the Eucharist. 73 Suppl, 31| Therefore since a ~priest cannot consecrate the matter, neither can 74 Suppl, 35| priest, and he can neither consecrate, nor absolve in the tribunal 75 Suppl, 37| are receiving the power to consecrate the body and ~blood of Christ. 76 Suppl, 37| principal act which is to consecrate the body of Christ, ~while 77 Suppl, 37| the priest's Order is to ~consecrate Christ's body. Now he receives 78 Suppl, 37| principal act of a priest is to ~consecrate the body and blood of Christ, 79 Suppl, 38| bishop. But a bishop can consecrate a ~bishop. Therefore a priest 80 Suppl, 38| Yet a bishop alone can consecrate a ~virgin. Therefore much 81 Suppl, 38| separated from the Church can ~consecrate, because the character whence 82 Suppl, 38| exercising their power they consecrate validly, and therefore ~ 83 Suppl, 40| can be ~greater than to consecrate the body of Christ, whereunto 84 Suppl, 40| the principal, namely to ~consecrate the body of Christ. the 85 Suppl, 40| subject to him. But he can consecrate any matter determined by 86 Suppl, 40| hence a priest does not ~consecrate a bishop or a priest, but 87 Suppl, 40| priest. But a ~bishop can consecrate any bishop, since even the 88 Suppl, 40| this reason any bishop can consecrate another bishop.~Aquin.: 89 Suppl, 40| clerics, bless virgins, consecrate ~bishops, impose hands, 90 Suppl, 40| clerics, celebrate ~synods, consecrate chrism, bless vestments


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