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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 2, 102 | riches and ~glory." And the priestly power is midway between 2 2, 102 | rod in the ark, i.e. His priestly power: for ~"He was made 3 2, 102 | which signified that the ~priestly sovereignty denoted by the 4 2, 102 | all to be avoided when the priestly ~dignity was passed on from 5 2, 103 | for the Law allotted the priestly dignity to the firstborn.~ 6 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The priestly office was bequeathed by 7 2, 15 | closely bound up with the ~priestly office that being charged 8 2, 55 | or "magisterial," or ~"priestly" right, it is not as though 9 2, 98 | first-born exercised the ~priestly office), and the right to 10 2, 182 | prefer to please, in the priestly office, or in the monastic 11 2, 182 | the monastic state to a ~priestly office with a cure attached, 12 2, 182 | monastic order must follow the priestly orders, and ascend to Divine ~ 13 2, 182 | that "he would prefer the priestly office ~to the monastic 14 2, 185 | unworthy of the power of the ~priestly office, and that they cannot 15 2, 185 | bestowed on them in the priestly ~office. But they are altogether 16 2, 185 | mass, ~because he is not in priestly orders; and it is unlawful 17 3, 22 | had the hierarchical or priestly power in a higher ~degree 18 3, 22 | 1~I answer that, In the priestly office, we may consider 19 3, 29 | 36). Now a virgin of the priestly tribe ~was condemned to 20 3, 31 | family was united to the ~priestly race, so that Christ, who 21 3, 31 | personality of Christ; Luke the priestly ~personality: so that in 22 3, 35 | same time a royal and a priestly city. ~Now, Christ's priesthood 23 3, 50 | a man does ~not lose his priestly order by death, and much 24 3, 64 | sinner, "to lay hands on priestly things; he is neither ~afraid 25 3, 67 | to baptize is part of the priestly office, or proper to that 26 3, 67 | baptize is not part of the priestly office, but ~proper to that 27 3, 67 | belongs properly to the priestly order. But those ~things 28 3, 67 | To baptize belongs to the priestly order by reason of a ~certain 29 3, 67 | supply the defect of the ~priestly absolution which does not 30 3, 67 | because it is part of ~the priestly office. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 31 3, 71 | Therefore it belongs not to the ~priestly office to catechize and 32 3, 71 | does not belong to the ~priestly office.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 33 3, 82 | sacraments which ~belong to the priestly duty, therefore such consecrations 34 3, 82 | deacon, as being nigh to the priestly order, has a ~certain share 35 3, 82 | completely fallen away from ~the priestly order; and I wonder that 36 3, 82 | to employ his hands ~in priestly actions, and in the person 37 3, 82 | to the ~character of the priestly order. But every character 38 3, 82 | 2: The bishop gives the priestly power of order, not as ~ 39 3, 82 | therefore the ministry of ~the priestly power is not taken away 40 3, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the priestly dignity is not lost by subsequent 41 3, 83 | chrism, but likewise with the priestly blessing."~Aquin.: SMT TP 42 3, 84 | be obtained without the priestly supplications: and he is 43 3, 86 | is ~perfected by the priestly office of binding and loosing, 44 3, 87 | formally ~perfected by the priestly absolution, as stated above ( 45 3, 90 | stand as matter, while the priestly ~absolution stands as form. 46 3, 90 | stands as form. Therefore the priestly absolution should be ~assigned 47 Suppl, 17| because the character of the priestly order is nothing else than 48 Suppl, 17| exercising that act to which the priestly order is chiefly ~ordained ( 49 Suppl, 18| in any way ~through the priestly administrations, it would 50 Suppl, 19| have differed from the priestly power. Therefore it was 51 Suppl, 19| the ~administrators of the priestly power.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 52 Suppl, 19| even if ~they have not the priestly order, they can bind and 53 Suppl, 20| need for a distinction in priestly ~jurisdiction, as there 54 Suppl, 20| man should exercise the priestly office, unless he be free ~ 55 Suppl, 36| enlightened, to lay ~hands on priestly things; he is not afraid 56 Suppl, 37| Lord gave His disciples the priestly power when He ~said (Jn. 57 Suppl, 37| priest, even so is the ~priestly vestment. Therefore if a 58 Suppl, 37| the deacon. Therefore the priestly character is not imprinted 59 Suppl, 37| approaches nearer to the priestly ~act by exercising an act 60 Suppl, 37| and blood of Christ, the priestly character is ~imprinted 61 Suppl, 37| But it is otherwise in the priestly ~Order, and consequently 62 Suppl, 37| Lord gave His disciples the priestly power, as regards ~the principal 63 Suppl, 37| however, He gave them the ~priestly power, as to its secondary 64 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The priestly vestment signifies, not 65 Suppl, 38| not the character of the priestly Order, but grace which ~ 66 Suppl, 39| authority in temporal, not ~in priestly matters, even as now woman 67 Suppl, 40| goods?~(4) Whether above the priestly Order there should be an 68 Suppl, 40| contrary, Jeremias was of the priestly order (Jer. 1:1). Yet he ~ 69 Suppl, 40| Para. 1/1~Whether above the priestly Order there ought to be 70 Suppl, 40| episcopal power above ~the priestly Order. For as stated in 71 Suppl, 40| Sent. iv, D, 24) "the ~priestly Order originated from Aaron." 72 Suppl, 40| of Christ, whereunto the priestly ~power is directed. Therefore 73 Suppl, 40| an episcopal above the ~priestly power.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 74 Suppl, 40| be an episcopal above the priestly power.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 75 Suppl, 40| to more things. Now the priestly power, according to Dionysius ( 76 Suppl, 40| episcopal should be above the priestly power.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 77 Suppl, 40| episcopal ~should be above the priestly power.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 78 Suppl, 40| episcopal to be above the priestly ~power, as regards the priest' 79 Suppl, 40| priest. ~Accordingly the priestly power originated from him, 80 Suppl, 40| episcopal power depends on ~the priestly power, since no one can 81 Suppl, 40| he have previously the priestly power. Therefore the episcopate 82 Suppl, 40| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The priestly power is surpassed by the


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