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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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chrism

   Part, Question
1 2, 98 | clergy, in exchange for the ~chrism, holy oil, and so forth. 2 3, 64 | Scripture; for instance, the chrism with which ~men are confirmed, 3 3, 64 | no ~longer offered, the chrism is no longer consecrated, 4 3, 66 | celebration of Baptism, chrism is poured ~into the water. 5 3, 66 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Chrism does not destroy the nature 6 3, 66 | and a third time ~with chrism on the top of the head.~ 7 3, 66 | sacrament; but the use of oil or chrism is part of the solemnity. 8 3, 66 | by the priest with Holy Chrism, who ~proceeds at once to 9 3, 67 | those of Baptism, of the Chrism, of the Paten and Chalice."~ 10 3, 67 | consecrate ~[conficere] the chrism; he it is that confers the 11 3, 68 | either with the anointing of chrism, or the ~imposition of hands, 12 3, 71 | Baptism, to wit, in the ~Chrism, in the Paten and Chalice"; 13 3, 72 | to the sacrament that the chrism should have ~been previously 14 3, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether chrism is a fitting matter for 15 3, 72 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that chrism is not a fitting matter 16 3, 72 | their being anointed with chrism. Moreover, the ~apostles 17 3, 72 | bestowed this sacrament without chrism, by the mere ~imposition 18 3, 72 | Holy Ghost." Therefore chrism is not the matter of this 19 3, 72 | element, viz. water. Therefore chrism, which is made ~of oil and 20 3, 72 | less is balm. ~Therefore chrism, which is made of these, 21 3, 72 | the brow with the sacred chrism." Therefore ~chrism is the 22 3, 72 | sacred chrism." Therefore ~chrism is the matter of this sacrament.~ 23 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Chrism is the fitting matter of 24 3, 72 | apostles commonly made use of chrism in bestowing the ~sacrament, 25 3, 72 | call the sacrifice of Chrism."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 26 3, 72 | this sacrament that the chrism which is its ~matter be 27 3, 72 | this sacrament, that the ~chrism, which is its matter, be 28 3, 72 | this sacrament that the chrism ~should be previously consecrated 29 3, 72 | sacrament." Therefore the chrism should not be ~consecrated 30 3, 72 | anoint the baptized with chrism, previously consecrated 31 3, 72 | 44:8). And hence both chrism, and the holy oil, and the 32 3, 72 | Each consecration of the chrism has not the same object. ~ 33 3, 72 | I confirm thee with the chrism of ~salvation, in the name 34 3, 72 | I confirm ~thee with the chrism of sanctification." Therefore 35 3, 72 | I ~confirm thee with the chrism of salvation." The third 36 3, 72 | the same whether we say "chrism of salvation" or "of sanctification."~ 37 3, 72 | I ~confirm thee with the chrism of salvation": but furthermore 38 3, 72 | the cross is signed with chrism ~on man's brow. Therefore 39 3, 72 | signed by the priest with chrism on the top of the head, 40 3, 72 | cross on the ~forehead, with chrism, for two reasons. First, 41 3, 72 | confirmed is anointed with chrism on the forehead, that he 42 3, 72 | therefore man is signed with chrism, ~that neither fear nor 43 3, 72 | forbade priests to anoint with chrism ~those who have been baptized. 44 3, 72 | baptized on the ~forehead with chrism." But that which is essential 45 3, 72 | anoint the baptized with ~chrism on the top of the head. 46 3, 72 | can he anoint them ~with chrism on the forehead, which belongs 47 3, 72 | signed by the priest with chrism on the top of the head, 48 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, chrism is a sign of the fulness 49 3, 72 | Acts 2:1. ~Therefore the chrism should be mixed and blessed 50 3, 72 | all times to prepare the chrism." But since solemn Baptism, ~ 51 3, 72 | solemn Baptism, ~for which chrism has to be used, is celebrated 52 3, 72 | was ~rightly decreed, that chrism should be consecrated by 53 3, 73 | Confirmation by signing with chrism. If, then, the Eucharist 54 3, 73 | the same ~holds good of chrism and such like. Consequently, 55 3, 75 | Baptism, and the substance of chrism in ~Confirmation. Therefore 56 3, 82 | other matters such as the chrism, the ~holy oil, and blessed 57 3, 82 | because the blessing of the ~chrism, and of the holy oil, and 58 3, 82 | that this ~sacrament, like chrism, has the power of perfecting. 59 3, 82 | bishops, to sign with the chrism. Therefore likewise, ~to 60 3, 82 | bishop consecrating the chrism is ~not anointed therewith. 61 3, 82 | OBJ 1: The consecration of chrism or of anything else is not 62 3, 83 | merely with the anointing ~of chrism, but likewise with the priestly 63 3, 83 | consecrated with the anointing of chrism." And this ~is in keeping 64 3, 84 | sacraments are Baptism, Chrism, and ~the Body and Blood 65 3, 84 | water is ~to Baptism, or chrism to Confirmation. But it 66 3, 84 | I confirm ~thee with the chrism of salvation," because these 67 3, 90 | or oil, or compound, as chrism, and so parts are ~not assigned 68 Suppl, 29| balsam which is contained ~in chrism. Therefore chrism would 69 Suppl, 29| contained ~in chrism. Therefore chrism would be a more suitable 70 Suppl, 32| entering are anointed with chrism on the head by the priest, 71 Suppl, 38| annulled, for even an altar or chrism once ~consecrated remains 72 Suppl, 40| celebrate ~synods, consecrate chrism, bless vestments and vessels.~


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