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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 7 | not a circumstance of the washing; but that in doing so he 2 2, 102 | priests and Levites, the washing ~of hands and feet and the 3 2, 102 | were purified by the mere washing of their clothes; nor ~did 4 2, 102 | s Passion the ~power of washing away sins. The priest who 5 2, 102 | general used to be purified by washing in water, and by certain ~ 6 3, 31 | in Luke's genealogy the ~washing away of our sins is signified," 7 3, 38 | Jews eat not without ~often washing their hands . . . and when 8 3, 64 | of ~the Church is not a washing from sin: deacons are said 9 3, 64 | various intent; for ~instance, washing with water, which is done 10 3, 66 | What is Baptism? Is it a washing?~(2) Of the institution 11 3, 66 | Whether Baptism is the mere washing?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 12 3, 66 | Baptism is not the mere washing. For the washing of ~the 13 3, 66 | the mere washing. For the washing of ~the body is something 14 3, 66 | Baptism is not the mere washing; but rather is it "the ~ 15 3, 66 | blotting out of sins." But the ~washing itself is not water, but 16 3, 66 | is the water and not the washing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 17 3, 66 | him again, what does ~his washing avail?" It seems, therefore, 18 3, 66 | therefore, that Baptism is the washing or ~bathing.~Aquin.: SMT 19 3, 66 | and its use, which is the washing. Hence some have thought 20 3, 66 | water to man, i.e. in ~the washing. Hence the Master (iv, 3) 21 3, 66 | Baptism is the outward ~washing of the body done together 22 3, 66 | signified by the outward washing; and a sacramental sign ~ 23 3, 66 | applied, by ~being used in washing him. Indeed, this is signified 24 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the washing away of sins is signified 25 3, 66 | besides water are employed in washing, such as wine, ~oil, and 26 3, 66 | not so commonly used for washing, as ~water. Neither do they 27 3, 66 | more ~commonly employed in washing, so for the purpose of designating 28 3, 66 | is put to the use of a ~washing of the body, whereby to 29 3, 66 | whereby to signify the inward washing away of sins. ~Now washing 30 3, 66 | washing away of sins. ~Now washing may be done with water not 31 3, 66 | its ~essence. Now bodily washing with water is essential 32 3, 66 | word of life." But that the washing be done this or ~that way, 33 3, 66 | clearly; for no matter how the washing is done, ~the body of a 34 3, 66 | stated above (A[7], ad 1), washing with water is of ~itself 35 3, 66 | sacrament: whereas ~the mode of washing is accidental to the sacrament. 36 3, 66 | sacrament. But water is used for washing in Baptism. Therefore it 37 3, 66 | of the matter, ~namely, washing with water, which designates 38 3, 66 | nothing done but a ~mere washing with water, without any 39 3, 66 | think ~it to be an ordinary washing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 40 3, 68 | inhabitants of Jerusalem: for the washing of the sinner ~and of the 41 3, 68 | since Baptism is a ~kind of washing, as stated above (Q[66], 42 3, 69 | 62], A[1], ad 1). But the washing of Baptism ~has indeed a 43 3, 69 | cleansing it signifies the washing away of guilt.~Aquin.: SMT 44 3, 69 | cleansing signifies the ~washing away of guilt, and by its 45 3, 70 | water, which is used for washing, and ~bread, which we use 46 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The washing of the hands is done in 47 3, 83 | Eccl. Hier. ~iii), the washing of the extremities of the 48 3, 83 | this was ~signified by the washing of the priests under the 49 3, 83 | it was then: because the washing of the feet ~is omitted, 50 3, 83 | feet ~is omitted, and the washing of the hands is observed; 51 3, 83 | humidity, is capable of washing, ~consequently it is received 52 3, 84 | has to perform a bodily ~washing. Therefore, also while saying: " 53 Suppl, 9 | order to signify the inward washing, we employ that ~element 54 Suppl, 9 | which is chiefly used in washing, so in the sacramental act 55 Suppl, 29| immersion and in three, since washing which is signified in Baptism, ~ 56 Suppl, 29| Baptism consists in the washing, and that the matter of ~ 57 Suppl, 30| is ~conferred by way of washing, and the purpose of a medicament 58 Suppl, 30| and effects a spiritual washing, through the bodily ~washing 59 Suppl, 30| washing, through the bodily ~washing in which it consists outwardly. 60 Suppl, 30| stains by means of a bodily washing, so this sacrament causes ~ 61 Suppl, 30| and even as ~the baptismal washing has the effect of a bodily 62 Suppl, 30| has the effect of a bodily washing, since it ~effects even 63 Suppl, 30| for as much as the bodily washing causes a bodily cleansing ~ 64 Suppl, 32| who is capable of a bodily washing, and not ~a child yet in 65 Suppl, 32| are capable of a bodily washing. And so those who are ~departing 66 Suppl, 32| given under the form of washing: and a bodily ~washing cleanses 67 Suppl, 32| of washing: and a bodily ~washing cleanses only the part to 68 Suppl, 45| marriage what the outward washing is to Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT


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