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baptizing 67
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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baptizing

   Part, Question
1 2, 2 | therefore teach ye all nations, ~baptizing them in the name of the 2 2, 172| teach ye all nations, baptizing them in the name of the ~ 3 3, 36 | Israel; therefore am I come baptizing with water.' ~Moreover, 4 3, 38 | John in general; (2) the baptizing of Christ. In ~regard to 5 3, 38 | Israel, therefore ~am I come baptizing with water." For he announced 6 3, 38 | birth, so he might also by ~baptizing precede Him who was about 7 3, 38 | John was in the desert baptizing and preaching the ~baptism 8 3, 38 | which John conferred by ~baptizing, which is called "a baptism 9 3, 38 | Israel, therefore am I come baptizing in water." But when Christ 10 3, 38 | baptized: and John also was baptizing." But ~Christ did not baptize 11 3, 38 | need for John to continue ~baptizing. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 12 3, 39 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE BAPTIZING OF CHRIST (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 13 3, 39 | have now to consider the baptizing of Christ, concerning which 14 3, 39 | should baptize Him before ~baptizing anyone else. In like manner, 15 3, 39 | he was yet teaching and ~baptizing."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 16 3, 39 | and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the 17 3, 43 | Israel, ~therefore am I come baptizing with water,' it is clear 18 3, 60 | and teach all nations, ~baptizing them in the name of the 19 3, 64 | having the authority of baptizing ~. . . would keep it to 20 3, 64 | give power of ~authority in baptizing, to those to whom He gave 21 3, 64 | having the authority of baptizing, would keep it to Himself, ~ 22 3, 64 | baptize, he ~would not sin in baptizing. For it is clear that then 23 3, 66 | teach ~ye all nations, baptizing them in the name of the 24 3, 66 | water which is used for baptizing, is ~exorcized and blessed. 25 3, 66 | although mud cannot be used for baptizing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 26 3, 66 | time the precepts both of baptizing ~and of teaching, when He 27 3, 66 | to mention the ~action of baptizing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 28 3, 66 | teach ye all ~nations, baptizing them in the name of the 29 3, 66 | as performing the act of baptizing, in the ~words, "I baptize 30 3, 66 | the ministers the ~act of baptizing, when He said: "Baptizing 31 3, 66 | baptizing, when He said: "Baptizing them," etc. But the principal ~ 32 3, 66 | not attribute the act of baptizing to the ~minister, in order 33 3, 66 | Wherefore unless the act of baptizing be ~expressed, either as 34 3, 66 | world the ordinary way of baptizing is by immersion. ~Therefore 35 3, 66 | wherefore this manner of baptizing is more frequently in use 36 3, 66 | Yet in the other ways of baptizing it is represented after 37 3, 66 | and consequently anyone baptizing otherwise would ~sin gravely, 38 3, 66 | observes a suitable rite in baptizing?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 39 3, 66 | observes an unsuitable rite in ~baptizing. For as Chrysostom (Chromatius, 40 3, 67 | duties of preaching and of baptizing were enjoined by our Lord 41 3, 67 | teach ye all nations, ~baptizing them," etc. But it is part 42 3, 67 | follow that the office of baptizing belongs to ~deacons.~Aquin.: 43 3, 67 | duties of teaching and baptizing are enjoined in the same 44 3, 67 | namely, of teaching and of baptizing, but in ~different ways. 45 3, 67 | apostles with the office of baptizing, to be ~exercised vicariously; 46 3, 67 | baptize ~one another, one baptizing the other and being afterwards 47 3, 67 | the Church does, and in baptizing observes the Church's form, 48 3, 67 | have to perform the act of baptizing. Therefore ~it seems that 49 3, 67 | they should be punished for baptizing in an improper manner, but 50 3, 67 | sacraments: but the one Christ baptizing inwardly would confer ~one 51 3, 67 | of the delay involved by baptizing them singly. Nor ~would 52 3, 67 | expressed in Mt. 28:19: "Baptizing them," etc. Nor is there 53 3, 67 | person: ~because the person baptizing is essential to the sacrament, 54 3, 68 | she be ~deceived through baptizing those who come to her under 55 3, 68 | The Church's intention in Baptizing men is that they may be ~ 56 3, 68 | forth from the womb before baptizing it. If, however, ~the head, 57 3, 70 | teach ye all nations, baptizing them." Therefore ~circumcision 58 3, 71 | and ~teach all nations, baptizing them," etc.~Aquin.: SMT 59 3, 72 | Decent.): "Priests, when ~baptizing, may anoint the baptized 60 3, 72 | present ~where priests are baptizing, it was necessary, as regards 61 3, 78 | matter, as for instance, ~baptizing, or signing; but the form 62 3, 82 | less than that of a man baptizing. Therefore, several priests ~ 63 3, 82 | We do not read of Christ baptizing with the apostles when ~ 64 3, 82 | committed to them the duty of baptizing; consequently there is no ~ 65 3, 82 | although he has the power of baptizing" (App. Gratiani). ~Therefore 66 3, 84 | teach ye all nations, baptizing them," etc., so did He say 67 3, 84 | Wherefore, just as the priest in baptizing anyone, declares by ~deed


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