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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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oblation

   Part, Question
1 2, 101 | Christ ~"delivered Himself an oblation and a sacrifice to God" ( 2 2, 103 | purification, until an ~oblation should be offered for every 3 2, 64 | to God in ~sacrifice and oblation. Now this cannot be done 4 2, 83 | On the other hand an "oblation" is ~properly the offering 5 2, 83 | Hence every sacrifice is an oblation, but not ~conversely. "First-fruits" 6 2, 83 | neither a sacrifice nor ~an oblation, properly speaking, because 7 2, 84 | A[3], ad 3), the term "oblation" ~is common to all things 8 2, 84 | something holy, it is both an oblation and a sacrifice. ~Wherefore 9 2, 84 | upon the altar; it is an oblation to the Lord, a most ~sweet 10 2, 84 | When anyone ~shall offer an oblation of sacrifice to the Lord, 11 2, 84 | ministers, it will be an oblation and not a sacrifice. Accordingly 12 2, 84 | two cases, however, the oblation remains ~voluntary, as regards, 13 2, 84 | reason, it can be called ~an oblation, though not properly speaking, 14 2, 84 | lawful for her to make an oblation with ~her gains, according 15 2, 84 | is not ~lawful to make an oblation of whatever one possesses 16 2, 84 | is not ~lawful to make an oblation of whatever we possess lawfully.~ 17 2, 84 | possession ~may one make an oblation. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 18 2, 84 | Therefore it is evident that an oblation ~must not be made of things 19 2, 84 | itself, may be offered in oblation. But ~it may happen accidentally 20 2, 84 | that one may not make an oblation of what one ~possesses lawfully; 21 2, 84 | which cannot be offered in ~oblation. However, this prohibition 22 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The oblation of a blind or lame animal 23 2, 84 | First-fruits are a kind of oblation, because they are ~offered 24 2, 84 | first-fruits are offered by way of oblation, a ~condition of which is 25 2, 85 | be content with the oblation of tithes, which I have 26 2, 93 | God; as a sacrifice, an ~oblation, or something of the kind: 27 3, 22 | delivered Himself for us, an oblation and a victim [Douay: ~'sacrifice'] 28 3, 22 | written ~(Heb. 10:14), "by one oblation He hath perfected for ever 29 3, 22 | the Holies, ~with a solemn oblation of blood, as set down, Lev. 30 3, 46 | delivered Himself for us, an oblation and a sacrifice to God for 31 3, 46 | universal sacrifice, an oblation for the whole world, a cleansing 32 3, 47 | delivered Himself for us an oblation and ~a sacrifice to God 33 3, 48 | delivered Himself up ~for us, an oblation and a sacrifice to God for 34 3, 49 | according to Heb. 10:14: "By one oblation He hath perfected for ever 35 3, 52 | Heb. 10:14: "For by one ~oblation He hath perfected for ever 36 3, 62 | by offering "Himself - an oblation ~and a sacrifice to God" ( 37 3, 65 | Passion is ~one; since "by one oblation He hath perfected for ever 38 3, 73 | Christ, nor any more powerful oblation"; our Lord ~instituted this 39 3, 73 | this sacrament was the oblation of Melchisedech, who offered 40 3, 74 | to the sacrifice of the oblation; and so they dispense ~both 41 3, 79 | hosts in one mass. But the oblation of the ~sacrifice is multiplied 42 3, 80 | written (Heb. 10:14): "By one ~oblation He hath perfected for ever 43 3, 81 | again, on ~Lev. 2:5, "if thy oblation be from the frying-pan," 44 3, 83 | 14) that "Christ by one oblation ~hath perfected for ever 45 3, 83 | are sanctified." But that oblation was ~His oblation. Therefore 46 3, 83 | But that oblation was ~His oblation. Therefore Christ is not 47 3, 83 | delivered Himself for us, an oblation and a sacrifice to God for 48 3, 83 | sacrament, saying: "Which oblation do thou, O God, in all," 49 3, 83 | since first we have the oblation; then the consecration of 50 3, 83 | Para. 7/12~In regard to the oblation, two things are done, namely, 51 3, 83 | asking for the people's oblation to be made ~acceptable to 52 3, 83 | says: "Wherefore that this oblation," etc., in order that the ~ 53 3, 83 | etc., in order that the ~oblation may be salutary to them 54 3, 83 | consecration, when he says: "Which oblation do Thou, O ~God," etc. Secondly, 55 3, 83 | priest alone, such as the oblation and the consecration; consequently, ~ 56 3, 83 | Vouchsafe to ~make this oblation blessed," i.e. according 57 Suppl, 37| and blood, and ~place the oblation on the altar; hence, when


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