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annunciation 23
annunt 4
anoint 16
anointed 77
anointer 1
anointing 44
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78 walk
78 weight
78 xvi
77 anointed
77 arb
77 asked
77 cleanse
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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anointed

   Part, Question
1 2, 102 | particular, the high-priest was anointed on the head with the oil 2 2, 81 | the blind man before being anointed, i.e. perfectly ~enlightened, 3 2, 140 | my mouth, neither was I anointed with ointment." ~Therefore 4 2, 176 | these words before he was anointed," that is, ~before he was 5 3, 16 | anointing and the manhood anointed"; or to the Divine Nature ~ 6 3, 46 | child Jesus whom Thou hast ~anointed, Herod, and Pontius Pilate, 7 3, 47 | lay hands upon the Lord's anointed," even though he ~(Saul) 8 3, 49 | the high-priest, that is anointed with the ~holy oil: but 9 3, 51 | 26:10) of the woman who anointed ~Him: "She has wrought a 10 3, 63 | 22): "He . . . that hath ~anointed us is God; Who also hath 11 3, 64 | oil with which priests are anointed, and many ~others, both 12 3, 66 | the Father by Whom He was anointed, and the ~Son Himself, Who 13 3, 66 | the ~Son Himself, Who was anointed, and the Holy Ghost with 14 3, 66 | Ghost with Whom He was ~anointed." But Baptism can be conferred 15 3, 66 | person baptized should be anointed thrice with holy ~oil first 16 3, 66 | candidate is first of all anointed with Holy oil on the breast 17 3, 66 | Unction: "The candidate is anointed on the breast, in order 18 3, 66 | by faith'; while ~he is anointed between the shoulders, that 19 3, 66 | iii), "he is ~forthwith anointed on the head by the priest 20 3, 66 | Sacram. iii), his head is anointed, because "the senses ~of 21 3, 72 | Ghost without their being anointed with chrism. Moreover, the ~ 22 3, 72 | hence Christ is said to be "anointed with the oil of gladness" ( 23 3, 72 | unction whereby He was "anointed above" His "fellows" (Ps. ~ 24 3, 72 | Wherefore the ~confirmed is anointed with chrism on the forehead, 25 3, 82 | consecrating the chrism is ~not anointed therewith. But this sacrament 26 Suppl, 19| on priests when by being anointed ~they receive power from 27 Suppl, 19| are consecrated by being anointed. Therefore not only ~priests 28 Suppl, 29| with which catechumens are anointed does not convey ~the remission 29 Suppl, 29| is ~applied to the person anointed in respect of various parts 30 Suppl, 29| where it is said that they "anointed the sick with oil."~Aquin.: 31 Suppl, 30| those whom the ~apostles anointed with oil were healed (Mk. 32 Suppl, 30| is not so is one who is anointed, from one who ~is not. Therefore, 33 Suppl, 30| does not receive by being anointed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[30] A[ 34 Suppl, 31| Blessed Genevieve that she anointed the sick with oil. Therefore 35 Suppl, 31| the merits of those who ~anointed them that they procured 36 Suppl, 32| the whole body should be anointed?~(6) Whether certain parts 37 Suppl, 32| suitably assigned to be anointed?~(7) Whether those who are 38 Suppl, 32| above parts ought to be ~anointed thereon?~Aquin.: SMT XP 39 Suppl, 32| the whole body should be anointed in this sacrament?~Aquin.: 40 Suppl, 32| the whole body should be anointed in this ~sacrament. For, 41 Suppl, 32| the whole body ought to be anointed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 42 Suppl, 32| the whole body should be anointed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 43 Suppl, 32| the whole body should be anointed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 44 Suppl, 32| sacrament the sick man is anointed, only in ~certain fixed 45 Suppl, 32| certain fixed parts have to be anointed, those, namely, in ~which 46 Suppl, 32| Whether the parts to be anointed are suitably assigned?~Aquin.: 47 Suppl, 32| hands, and feet should be anointed. For ~a wise physician heals 48 Suppl, 32| the ~breast ought to be anointed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 49 Suppl, 32| those ~who are entering are anointed with chrism on the head 50 Suppl, 32| are ~departing should be anointed on the head.~Aquin.: SMT 51 Suppl, 32| Therefore these parts should be anointed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 52 Suppl, 32| Therefore, as the feet are anointed, so ought other ~members 53 Suppl, 32| members of the body to be anointed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 54 Suppl, 32| places of the five senses are anointed. the eyes, to wit, ~on account 55 Suppl, 32| places ~too the loins are anointed on account of the appetite), 56 Suppl, 32| appetite), and the feet are ~anointed on account of the motive 57 Suppl, 32| Hence the latter need ~to be anointed in those parts in respect 58 Suppl, 32| tongue, all of which are anointed, and the organs of ~generation 59 Suppl, 32| in those parts should be anointed?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 60 Suppl, 32| are deformed should not be anointed ~in those parts. For just 61 Suppl, 32| demands ~that he should be anointed in a certain part of the 62 Suppl, 32| that is ~not sick cannot be anointed. Therefore neither can he 63 Suppl, 32| Therefore neither can he be anointed who ~lacks the part to be 64 Suppl, 32| who ~lacks the part to be anointed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 65 Suppl, 32| who are deformed should be anointed, and that ~as near as possible 66 Suppl, 32| which ought to have been anointed. For ~though they have not 67 Suppl, 33| Unction, whereby a man is ~anointed, be repeated.~Aquin.: SMT 68 Suppl, 33| Reply OBJ 1: The stone is anointed in order that the altar 69 Suppl, 33| remains, hence it cannot be anointed again. But a man is not 70 Suppl, 33| not consecrated ~by being anointed, since it does not imprint 71 Suppl, 33| if a sick man could be anointed more than once during ~one 72 Suppl, 33| thus he needs not to be ~anointed again. But if he has a relapse, 73 Suppl, 33| sickness, ~and he can be anointed again. on the other hand 74 Suppl, 33| sick of ~them should not be anointed until they seem to be in 75 Suppl, 33| state of danger, he can be anointed ~again, because it is, as 76 Suppl, 34| authority, since kings also are ~anointed, as stated above (Q[19], 77 Suppl, 37| hands; even as a ~chalice is anointed because it holds the blood,


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