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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 3, 15| in the adoration of the ~Magi. For he says: "Before He 2 3, 29| Epiph. iv) says that "the Magi found the Child Jesus small 3 3, 36| of the adoration of the Magi, who were informed of Christ' 4 3, 36| concerning it." But the Magi seem to be God's foes; ~ 5 3, 36| not aside after wizards [magi], ~neither ask anything 6 3, 36| have been made known to the Magi.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 7 3, 36| shepherds were Israelites, ~the Magi were Gentiles. The former 8 3, 36| point of contrast: for the Magi were wise and powerful; 9 3, 36| and to sinners, as the Magi. He was made known both 10 3, 36| and afterwards came the ~Magi from afar, who were "the 11 3, 36| the profane rites of the Magi. Yet ~did this Corner-Stone 12 3, 36| those who say that these Magi were not ~wizards, but wise 13 3, 36| astronomers, who are called Magi among the Persians or ~Chaldees.~ 14 3, 36| works of Chrysostom]: "The Magi came from the ~east, because 15 3, 36| the angels, and to the ~Magi through the star. Much more, 16 3, 36| says (Serm. xxxiv) that the Magi found the ~"infant Jesus 17 3, 36| have been announced to ~the Magi by means of the star. For 18 3, 36| But to the shepherds and Magi, as being occupied with 19 3, 36| to both (shepherds and Magi) it is revealed through 20 3, 36| by means of a star to the Magi, who ~were wont to consider 21 3, 36| man's birth: whereas the Magi did not ~know the time of 22 3, 36| qu. ~lxiii, that "these Magi followed the tradition of 23 3, 36| Epiphany ~(ccclxxiv), that "the Magi had received a revelation 24 3, 36| before the ~shepherds and Magi.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 25 3, 36| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Magi were the "first-fruits of 26 3, 36| been made known ~to the Magi before the shepherds.~Aquin.: 27 3, 36| so that it seems that the Magi were two ~years in coming 28 3, 36| Second in order were the Magi, who came to Christ on the ~ 29 3, 36| this is foreshadowed in the Magi. Thirdly it came ~to the 30 3, 36| and he was preceded by the Magi and the shepherds, who did ~ 31 3, 36| the shepherds before the Magi.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 32 3, 36| of the star ~seen by the Magi. For Chrysostom (Hom. ii 33 3, 36| the star was seen by the Magi ~during the two years that 34 3, 36| after the departure of the ~Magi, "perceiving that He was 35 3, 36| as he had ~heard from the Magi.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 36 3, 36| was born, and ~that the Magi set off as soon as they 37 3, 36| babes, not as soon as the Magi ~departed, but two years 38 3, 36| may have ~thought that the Magi, "being deceived by the 39 3, 36| star which appeared to the Magi belonged to the heavenly ~ 40 3, 36| star which appeared to the Magi belonged ~to the heavenly 41 3, 36| star which appeared to the Magi belonged to ~the heavenly 42 3, 36| shepherds by angels, to the Magi by a star. ~A heavenly tongue 43 3, 36| star which appeared to the ~Magi was really a star from the 44 3, 36| s ~birth: wherefore the Magi said (Mt. 2:2): "Where is 45 3, 36| star which appeared to the Magi did not belong to ~the heavenly 46 3, 36| positions of Persia, whence the Magi came, and Judea. ~Secondly, 47 3, 36| continuous, but when the Magi had to continue their journey 48 3, 36| evident that the words of the Magi, "We have seen His star 49 3, 36| so did He appear to the Magi ~under the form of a star. 50 3, 36| a star, appeared ~to the Magi. But it seems more probable 51 3, 36| brightness appeared to the three ~Magi in the east, which, through 52 3, 36| it was becoming that the Magi should come to adore Christ 53 3, 36| was unbecoming that the Magi should come to ~adore Christ 54 3, 36| from ~his subjects. But the Magi did not belong to the kingdom 55 3, 36| Therefore it was foolish of ~the Magi to proclaim the birth of 56 3, 36| than a human sign. But ~the Magi had come to Judea from the 57 3, 36| already reigning. But the Magi did not find Christ ~resplendent 58 3, 36| do not err. Therefore the Magi were right in offering ~ 59 3, 36| above (A[3], ad 1), the Magi are the ~"first-fruits of 60 3, 36| we must believe that the Magi, inspired by the Holy Ghost, 61 3, 36| died, none of them did ~the Magi seek to adore. And so they 62 3, 36| proclaiming [Christ King] the Magi foreshadowed the ~constancy 63 3, 36| King ~who was to come, the Magi feared not the king who 64 3, 36| The ~star which led the Magi to the place where the Divine 65 3, 36| longer saw the star, the Magi, by human instinct, went 66 3, 36| that by the zeal of the Magi who came ~from afar, the 67 3, 36| Opus Imperfectum]): "If the Magi had come in search of an ~


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