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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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celebrated

   Part, Question
1 2, 100 | But other solemnities were celebrated on ~account of certain particular 2 2, 102 | solemnity of the "Sabbath," ~celebrated in memory of the work of 3 2, 102 | The other five feasts were celebrated once a year: and they commemorated ~ 4 2, 102 | feast of "Pentecost" ~was celebrated fifty days later, to recall 5 2, 102 | after the solemnities to be celebrated under the Law had ~been 6 2, 86 | only when the marriage is celebrated, and when ~the bride and 7 2, 92 | civil theology," which was celebrated by ~the pontiffs in the 8 2, 145 | when Christ's baptism is ~celebrated.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 9 3, 27 | stated above, no feast is celebrated ~except of some saint. But 10 3, 46 | lxxxii in Joan.): "The Jews celebrated the ~Pasch then; but He 11 3, 46 | the ~Pasch then; but He celebrated the Pasch on the previous 12 3, 46 | Consequently Christ and the Jews celebrated the ancient Pasch at the 13 3, 46 | delivering to the disciples to be celebrated, the mysteries of His body ~ 14 3, 46 | the true ~Pasch, which was celebrated in the Lord's Passion, began 15 3, 46 | not refuse to suffer in so celebrated a place. ~Hence Pope Leo 16 3, 66 | Therefore Baptism can be celebrated in the name of Christ by ~ 17 3, 66 | solemn Baptism should be celebrated at the ~Feast of the Epiphany 18 3, 66 | Further, Baptism can be celebrated without such like ceremonies. ~ 19 3, 67 | Reply OBJ 2: When Baptism is celebrated solemnly and with due form, 20 3, 72 | intervening, nor can one ~be duly celebrated without the other." Consequently 21 3, 72 | chrism has to be used, is celebrated on Easter Eve, it was ~rightly 22 3, 74 | this sacrament is to be celebrated in every place. But ~in 23 3, 74 | contending ~that oblations were celebrated by men in the first ages, 24 3, 74 | of the Passover ~which is celebrated on the fourteenth day of 25 3, 74 | sacrament at the supper which He celebrated "before the ~festival day 26 3, 74 | leavened, since it can be ~celebrated in either.~Aquin.: SMT TP 27 3, 74 | Therefore this sacrament can be celebrated in any kind of wine, ~such 28 3, 74 | this sacrament cannot be celebrated with ~vinegar. Therefore, 29 3, 74 | the sacrament could not be celebrated if there were ~such addition 30 3, 76 | had this sacrament been celebrated ~during those three days 31 3, 76 | this sacrament had been celebrated then, the body of Christ ~ 32 3, 80 | sacraments of the altar be celebrated only by men who are ~fasting, 33 3, 80 | which the Lord's ~Supper is celebrated." Therefore, at least on 34 3, 80 | olden times, the priest celebrated Mass less frequently, ~and 35 3, 80 | sacred mysteries have ~to be celebrated oftener, the same could 36 3, 80 | Further, this sacrament is celebrated in memory of our Lord's ~ 37 3, 82 | these hidden mysteries are celebrated in the mass. ~Therefore 38 3, 82 | mass the better, which is celebrated by a better priest.~Aquin.: 39 3, 83 | commemoration of this sacrifice is celebrated, the work of ~our redemption 40 3, 83 | as often as the Pasch is ~celebrated? Nevertheless, the anniversary 41 3, 83 | this sacrament ~ought to be celebrated but once a year. ~Aquin.: 42 3, 83 | for ~this sacrament to be celebrated thrice on Christmas Day, 43 3, 83 | this sacrament ought ~to be celebrated at that time of day.~Aquin.: 44 3, 83 | since our Lord's Passion was celebrated from the third to the ninth ~ 45 3, 83 | this sacrament is solemnly celebrated by the Church in ~that part 46 3, 83 | besought, several masses are celebrated on one day, as for ~instance, 47 3, 83 | Masses, however, can be celebrated "in the first part of the 48 3, 83 | Christmas eve, when mass is ~celebrated, because our Lord was born 49 3, 83 | And in like manner it is celebrated on Holy Saturday towards 50 3, 83 | this sacrament ought to be celebrated in a house and with sacred ~ 51 3, 83 | sacrament ought not to be celebrated in a ~house and with sacred 52 3, 83 | sacrament ought not to be celebrated in a house, but rather in ~ 53 3, 83 | which this sacrament is celebrated, to be ~consecrated.~Aquin.: 54 3, 83 | sacrament ought as a rule to be celebrated in a house, ~whereby the 55 3, 83 | Christ's Passion was not celebrated within the ~city of the 56 3, 83 | which this sacrament is celebrated denotes the ~Church, and 57 3, 83 | that masses are not to be ~celebrated everywhere, but in places 58 3, 83 | or burned, masses may be celebrated in chapels, ~with a consecrated 59 3, 83 | churches are to be solemnly ~celebrated each year: and that dedications 60 Suppl, 64| contracted or a wedding ~celebrated at the aforesaid times, 61 Suppl, 71| piety, ~their obsequies celebrated, their graves provided, 62 Suppl, 93| martyrdom of some saints is celebrated in the Church for that they 63 Suppl, 93| others whose martyrdom is ~celebrated by the Church.~Aquin.: SMT


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