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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 101 | same may be said of the oblations and gifts, as appears from 2 2, 101 | among the sacred things. The oblations and gifts are ~counted together 3 2, 102 | bodily sacrifices, and bodily oblations.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 4 2, 102 | consisting in sacrifices, oblations, and so forth. Now ~men 5 2, 103 | patriarchs offered up these oblations, sacrifices and ~holocausts 6 2, 105 | first-fruits, and, again, as to oblations and sacrifices, that they ~ 7 2, 30 | therefrom sacrifices or oblations to God: "Thou shalt not 8 2, 30 | whoredom. Yet sacrifices and oblations were not made therefrom ~ 9 2, 79 | worship, ~such as sacrifices, oblations, and so forth; while it 10 2, 83 | shall consider sacrifices, oblations, ~first-fruits, and tithes. 11 2, 83 | tithes, ~first-fruits, oblations, and holocausts. Therefore 12 2, 83 | conversely. "First-fruits" are oblations, because they were offered 13 2, 84 | 86] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF OBLATIONS AND FIRST-FRUITS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 14 2, 84 | ARTICLES)~We must next consider oblations and first-fruits. Under 15 2, 84 | inquiry: ~(1) Whether any oblations are necessary as a matter 16 2, 84 | precept?~(2) To whom are oblations due?~(3) of what things 17 2, 84 | necessity of precept to make oblations?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 18 2, 84 | bound by precept to make ~oblations. Men are not bound, at the 19 2, 84 | 4). Now the offering of oblations is one of the ceremonial 20 2, 84 | necessity ~of precept to make oblations.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 21 2, 84 | Further, before they are made, oblations depend on man's will, as ~ 22 2, 84 | offerer: and ~when once oblations have been made, there is 23 2, 84 | necessity of precept to make ~oblations.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 24 2, 84 | those who refuse to make oblations ~according to a decree of 25 2, 84 | necessary that men should make oblations.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 26 2, 84 | Accordingly it ~is essential to oblations of this kind that they be 27 2, 84 | that one is ~bound to make oblations. First, on account of a 28 2, 84 | that he may make ~certain oblations at fixed times, although 29 2, 84 | make certain ~customary oblations. In the last two cases, 30 2, 84 | men are not bound to make oblations on ~account of legal solemnities, 31 2, 84 | Some are bound to make oblations, both before making them, ~ 32 2, 84 | Those who do not make the oblations they are bound to make ~ 33 2, 84 | priest ~himself to whom the oblations should be made, lest he 34 2, 84 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether oblations are due to priests alone?~ 35 2, 84 | OBJ 1: It would seem that oblations are not due to priests alone. 36 2, 84 | alone. For ~chief among oblations would seem to be those that 37 2, 84 | Much more therefore are oblations due to the poor.~Aquin.: 38 2, 84 | monks have a share in the oblations. ~Now "the case of clerics 39 2, 84 | ad Heliod.]. Therefore oblations art not due to priests ~ 40 2, 84 | consent of the Church buy oblations ~such as loaves and so forth, 41 2, 84 | thereof themselves. Therefore oblations may have ~reference to the 42 2, 84 | may eat and drink of the oblations which are offered within 43 2, 84 | instance, their sacrifices and oblations. Thus ~the Apostle says ( 44 2, 84 | sacrifices for sins." Hence the oblations which the people ~offer 45 2, 84 | given ~immediately to God. Oblations properly so called fall 46 2, 84 | other religious may receive oblations under three ~counts. First, 47 2, 84 | and then they can accept oblations that are freely offered; 48 2, 84 | them, and they can accept oblations, having a ~right to them 49 2, 84 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Oblations when once they are consecrated, 50 2, 84 | 1~Whether a man may make oblations of whatever he lawfully 51 2, 84 | that a man may not make oblations of whatever he ~lawfully 52 2, 84 | substance. Therefore he may make oblations of whatever he possesses ~ 53 2, 84 | favor sin if she accept ~oblations from the profits of sin.~ 54 2, 85 | it is not right to make oblations of that which is ~ill-gotten, 55 2, 85 | above (Q[86], A[3]). Now oblations, being offered ~to God immediately, 56 2, 85 | receive first-fruits, and ~oblations for the living and the dead. 57 2, 85 | indeed Church property, oblations and first-fruits as ~well 58 3, 47 | ordained for sacrifices and oblations, in so far as all the ancient ~ 59 3, 65 | sacraments of the Old Law were oblations, tithes and sacrifices. 60 3, 65 | the Eucharist. Therefore ~oblations also and tithes should be 61 3, 65 | 7 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: Oblations and tithes, both the Law 62 3, 74 | ad omnes orth. i): "In ~oblations of the sacraments only bread 63 3, 74 | sacrament, contending ~that oblations were celebrated by men in 64 3, 74 | In the ~sacramental oblations which in mass are offered 65 3, 77 | and wine, claimed ~their oblations, and not sharing them with 66 3, 79 | Those other sacrifices and oblations did not effect the ~forgiveness 67 3, 82 | may be, approach to ~offer oblations to the Lord'" (Lev. 21:21, 68 Suppl, 37| prayer and the ~offering of oblations are acts directed immediately 69 Suppl, 37| the subdeacon to place the oblations on the altar, and to read


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