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vicissitude 5
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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victim

   Part, Question
1 2, 101| sacrifices signified Christ the ~victim, so too their sacraments 2 2, 102| There was one in ~which the victim was entirely consumed by 3 2, 102| of the priest, the ~whole victim was burnt up. For it was 4 2, 102| death is very painful to the victim; and the Lord ~wished to 5 2, 105| shall say to them: It is the victim of the passage of the ~Lord." 6 2, 105| doctor's fees incurred by the victim ~of his assault. But this 7 2, 64 | called a corrupter, and the ~victim of the rape is said to be 8 2, 79 | were sprinkled with the victim's blood," according to Isidore ( 9 2, 84 | most ~sweet savor of the victim of the Lord"; and (Lev. 10 2, 84 | to the poor is called a ~"victim in Scripture according to 11 3, 15 | i.e. He gave Him up to be a victim for the sins of all men); ~ 12 3, 22 | be a priest?~(2) Of the victim offered by this priest;~( 13 3, 22 | Himself both priest and victim?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 14 3, 22 | was not both priest and victim. ~For it is the duty of 15 3, 22 | of the priest to slay the victim. But Christ did not ~kill 16 3, 22 | was not both priest and victim.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 17 3, 22 | should not have been the victim.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 18 3, 22 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every victim, through being offered to 19 3, 22 | that ~Christ as man was a victim.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 20 3, 22 | for us, an oblation and a victim [Douay: ~'sacrifice'] to 21 3, 22 | so called because ~the victim was wholly burnt, as we 22 3, 22 | priest, but also a perfect victim, being at the same time ~ 23 3, 22 | being at the same time ~victim for sin, victim for a peace-offering, 24 3, 22 | same time ~victim for sin, victim for a peace-offering, and 25 3, 22 | this respect He ~was not a victim: for the slayers of Christ 26 3, 22 | In this respect He is a victim, and in this He differs 27 3, 22 | a new way - namely, as a victim actually ~offered then. 28 3, 22 | the actual holiness of a victim, from ~the charity which 29 3, 22 | that is carried to be a ~victim." Therefore it seems that 30 3, 22 | priest who offers it and the victim: the sacred token of which 31 3, 22 | yet the virtue of that Victim endures for ever, for, as 32 3, 22 | reality in this, that the victim had not an everlasting ~ 33 3, 37 | Christ is the principal victim, to whom all the victims ~ 34 3, 37 | figure to the reality. But a victim ~should not be offered up 35 3, 37 | not be offered up for a victim. Therefore it was not fitting 36 3, 37 | not fitting that ~another victim should be offered up for 37 3, 37 | for Him who was the true Victim, in order that the figure 38 3, 37 | wished the poor man's victim to be offered for Him" just 39 3, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the victim's innocence lessens the 40 3, 46 | that is carried to be a victim." Therefore it seems that 41 3, 73 | From Latin "hostia," a victim] seems to be the ~same as 42 3, 79 | Christ "offered Himself a Victim to God" (Eph. 5:2), and 43 3, 83 | sacrifice ~the priest and the victim are one and the same. But 44 3, 83 | sacrament the priest and the victim are not the same. Therefore, 45 3, 83 | 10:1), "there is but ~one victim," namely that which Christ 46 3, 83 | measure, the priest and victim are one and the ~same.~Aquin.: 47 3, 83 | else because Christ is the victim sent [missa] to ~us: accordingly 48 3, 83 | missa est," that is, the victim has ~been sent [missa est] 49 3, 83 | cross at the words, "a pure Victim, a holy Victim, a ~spotless 50 3, 83 | a pure Victim, a holy Victim, a ~spotless Victim, the 51 3, 83 | holy Victim, a ~spotless Victim, the holy bread of eternal 52 3, 84 | Christ is both priest ~and victim.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 53 Suppl, 2| assault, even ~before his victim dies. Now the sinner ought


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