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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deacon

   Part, Question
1 1, 107 | a priest, and another a deacon. Therefore neither in the 2 2, 23 | commonly known as Paul the Deacon, a monk of ~Monte Cassino.] 3 2, 68 | witnesses. Nor a cardinal deacon of the Roman Church, unless ~ 4 2, 148 | A bishop, priest or deacon who is given to drunkenness 5 2, 152 | whereas it is from Hilary the deacon] on 1 Tim. 4:8, "Godliness ~ 6 2, 155 | of Ambrose [*Hilary ~the deacon] on 1 Tim. 4:8, "Piety [ 7 2, 170 | For Ambrose [*Hilary the Deacon (Ambrosiaster) on 1 Cor. 8 2, 182 | office of bishop, priest, or deacon; while in God's sight there 9 2, 182 | a religious by state, a ~deacon or priest by order, having 10 2, 185 | thus it is unlawful for a deacon to say mass, ~because he 11 3, 38 | who were baptized ~by the deacon Philip, who gave the baptism 12 3, 64 | priest can do whatever a ~deacon can: but not conversely. 13 3, 67 | Whether it belongs to a deacon to baptize?~(2) Whether 14 3, 67 | Whether it is part of a deacon's duty to baptize?~Aquin.: 15 3, 67 | seems that it is part of a deacon's duty to baptize. Because ~ 16 3, 67 | etc. But it is part of a deacon's duty to preach the ~gospel. 17 3, 67 | that it is also part of a deacon's duty to ~baptize.~Aquin.: 18 3, 67 | cleanse" is ~part of the deacon's duty. But cleansing from 19 3, 67 | seems that it belongs to a deacon to ~baptize.~Aquin.: SMT 20 3, 67 | Blessed Laurence, who was a deacon, that ~he baptized many. 21 3, 67 | to wit, it is not in the deacon's province to be the chief 22 3, 67 | it does not belong to a ~deacon to confer the sacrament 23 3, 67 | ad Ludifred.): "It is a deacon's duty to ~assist and serve 24 3, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: It is the deacon's duty to read the Gospel 25 3, 67 | Eccl. Hier. v) ~that a deacon's office involves power 26 3, 67 | outside the province of the deacon whose duty it is to cleanse 27 3, 67 | Blessed Laurence, being but a deacon, baptized.~Aquin.: SMT TP 28 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The deacon, as being nigh to the priestly 29 3, 82 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As the deacon, in a measure, shares in 30 3, 83 | to ~us: accordingly the deacon on festival days "dismisses" 31 Suppl, 26| indulgences? ~(2) Whether a deacon or another, who is not a 32 Suppl, 26| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a deacon or another who is not a 33 Suppl, 26| 1: It would seem that a deacon, or one that is not a priest 34 Suppl, 31| sacrament?~(2) Whether a deacon can?~(3) Whether none but 35 Suppl, 31| Para. 1/1~I answer that, A deacon has the power to cleanse 36 Suppl, 31| conferred can be given by a deacon in virtue of his office: 37 Suppl, 31| bestowal of grace: wherefore a deacon is not competent to confer 38 Suppl, 35| not true, since none but a deacon can exercise the act of 39 Suppl, 37| knowledge; ~"faith" to the deacon, for he preaches the Gospel; 40 Suppl, 37| and this belongs to the deacon. Hence in the text (Sent. 41 Suppl, 37| said that it belongs to the deacon to minister to the priests ~ 42 Suppl, 37| to cleanse; this is the deacon who ~is called a minister: 43 Suppl, 37| in the one ~power of the deacon, though implicitly. But 44 Suppl, 37| should not be assigned to the deacon.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 45 Suppl, 37| altar or ~offers them to the deacon. the other is on the part 46 Suppl, 37| priest, and ~belongs to the deacon, who hands the offerings 47 Suppl, 37| and for this reason the deacon's Order is ~the higher. 48 Suppl, 37| epistle does not belong to a deacon, except ~as the acts of 49 Suppl, 37| hands of the priest; and the deacon, like the subdeacon, exercises 50 Suppl, 37| the secondary act of the deacon and ~subdeacon, so is the 51 Suppl, 37| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the deacon's order is more closely 52 Suppl, 37| allied to the priest than the deacon; because the ~subdeacon 53 Suppl, 37| the chalice and not ~the deacon. Therefore the priestly 54 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The deacon's power is midway between 55 Suppl, 37| the vessels only, and the deacon on Christ's body ~contained 56 Suppl, 38| between a priest and a ~deacon than between bishop and 57 Suppl, 38| Therefore a priest can ordain a deacon.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[38] A[ 58 Suppl, 38| which the acolyte serves the deacon by carrying it before him ~ 59 Suppl, 39| shares in some act of a deacon, namely who ~reads the homilies 60 Suppl, 40| the dalmatic, which is the deacon's vestment, and the tunic, 61 Suppl, 40| doctrine of the New Law. The deacon has in addition the ~"stole"


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