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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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feast

   Part, Question
1 2, 47 | jokes, or take part in a feast, nor when they are ~prosperous 2 2, 68 | is worthy of note in this feast of Job's sons, that ~by 3 2, 102 | unleavened bread, when we feast on the unleavened ~bread 4 2, 102 | There ~was a continual feast, since the lamb was sacrificed 5 2, 102 | evening: and this continual feast of an abiding sacrifice 6 2, 102 | the ~moon; wherefore this feast was kept at the new moon: 7 2, 102 | people. For ~there was the feast of the "Passover" in the 8 2, 102 | delivered out of Egypt. The feast of "Pentecost" ~was celebrated 9 2, 102 | the seventh month was the feast of "Trumpets," in memory ~ 10 2, 102 | horns which they blew. The feast of ~Trumpets was a kind 11 2, 102 | themselves to ~keep the following feast which was kept on the tenth 12 2, 102 | tenth day. This was the ~feast of "Expiation," in memory 13 2, 102 | calf. After this ~was the feast of "Scenopegia" or of "Tents," 14 2, 102 | tents. Hence during this feast ~they had to take "the fruits 15 2, 102 | On the eighth day another feast was observed, of ~"Assembly 16 2, 102 | preaching and miracles. The feast of Pentecost signified the 17 2, 102 | Ghost on the apostles. The feast of Trumpets signified the ~ 18 2, 102 | preaching of the apostles. The feast of Expiation signified the 19 2, 102 | people from sins: and the feast of Tabernacles signified ~ 20 2, 102 | advancing in virtue. ~The feast of Assembly or Congregation 21 2, 102 | of heaven: wherefore this feast is described as ~"most holy" ( 22 2, 102 | according to 1 Cor. 5:8: "Let us feast . . . ~with the unleavened 23 2, 103 | us ~by Christ. Hence the feast of the Passover gave place 24 2, 103 | Passover gave place to the feast of ~Christ's Passion and 25 2, 103 | Passion and Resurrection: the feast of Pentecost when the Old ~ 26 2, 103 | Old ~Law was given, to the feast of Pentecost on which was 27 2, 103 | the living spirit: the feast of the New Moon, to Lady 28 2, 103 | the fulness of grace: the ~feast of Trumpets, to the feasts 29 2, 103 | feasts of the Apostles: the feast of Expiation, ~to the feasts 30 2, 103 | Martyrs and Confessors: the feast of Tabernacles, to the ~ 31 2, 103 | of Tabernacles, to the ~feast of the Church Dedication: 32 2, 103 | the Church Dedication: the feast of the Assembly and Collection, ~ 33 2, 103 | Assembly and Collection, ~to feast of the Angels, or else to 34 2, 103 | the Angels, or else to the feast of All Hallows.~Aquin.: 35 2, 108 | celebration of some particular feast. ~Therefore the New Law 36 2, 9 | her own day ~prepares a feast, because she overcomes the 37 2, 29 | But, when thou makest a feast, call the poor, the ~maimed," 38 2, 73 | mind is like a continual feast." Wherefore he that ~disturbs 39 2, 110 | that Assuerus "made a great feast . . . that he ~might show 40 2, 120 | follows that to sin on a feast day is ~more against this 41 2, 145 | particularly requisite before the feast of Easter, when sins are 42 2, 145 | immediately before the Paschal feast; and for the ~same reason, 43 2, 145 | ready to keep the coming feast devoutly. Again it is ~the 44 3, 2 | be born of a ~Virgin" [*Feast of the Circumcision, Ant. 45 3, 27 | The Church celebrates the feast of our Lady's Nativity. ~ 46 3, 27 | has been stated above, no feast is celebrated ~except of 47 3, 27 | saint. But some keep the feast of the Conception of the ~ 48 3, 27 | churches that do keep that feast, wherefore this is not to 49 3, 27 | the celebration of this feast does not give us ~to understand 50 3, 27 | she was sanctified, the feast of her Sanctification, rather ~ 51 3, 27 | Sanctification, rather ~than the feast of her Conception, is kept 52 3, 30 | thee a message from God" [*Feast of Purification B.V.M. ix 53 3, 30 | was filled with fear" [*Feast of Annunciation, B.V.M. 54 3, 31 | is said in the collect (Feast of the ~Annunciation) that 55 3, 36 | on which day is kept the feast of the ~Epiphany. For if 56 3, 43 | into wine at ~the marriage feast?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 57 3, 43 | into wine at the marriage feast. For we read in the book 58 3, 43 | into wine at the marriage feast took ~place in the thirtieth 59 3, 43 | before that of the marriage feast.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 60 3, 46 | taken as meaning the whole feast of the Jews, which lasted 61 3, 66 | sacrificed; therefore let us feast." And ~forasmuch as man 62 3, 66 | which is commemorated in the Feast ~of the Epiphany. Therefore 63 3, 66 | should be celebrated at the ~Feast of the Epiphany rather than 64 3, 66 | when the celebration of the Feast of the ~Holy Ghost begins; 65 3, 73 | sacrificed; therefore let us feast . . . with the unleavened 66 3, 74 | sacrificed: therefore let us feast . . . with the unleavened ~ 67 3, 83 | for ~instance, one for the feast, and another for a fast 68 3, 83 | Acts 2:15); or, as when no feast is kept, ~at the hour of 69 Suppl, 64| possibly gain strength on a feast ~day. Therefore the remedy 70 Suppl, 64| should not be demanded on ~feast days is because they are 71 Suppl, 64| To ask for the debt on a feast day is not a circumstance ~ 72 Suppl, 64| asking for the debt on a feast day. It is however a more 73 Suppl, 64| debt is more unbecoming on feast ~days than the celebration 74 Suppl, 71| the Mass ~[*Postcommunion, Feast of St. Andrew, Apostle]: " 75 Suppl, 73| battle, and ~called to the feast; and those who rise again 76 Suppl, 73| Wis. 5:21), and to the feast of everlasting ~solemnity.~ 77 Suppl, 93| blessed Sylvester, whose feast the Church does not solemnize


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