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hortatu 1
hosanna 2
hospitality 3
host 44
hostesses 1
hostia 1
hostile 18
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44 guardianship
44 habitude
44 hitherto
44 host
44 instruct
44 leprosy
44 overflow
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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host

   Part, Question
1 3, 52 | lost, who "had adored the host of heaven," according ~to 2 3, 73 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a host [*From Latin "hostia," a 3 3, 73 | is it properly termed a "Host."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 4 3, 73 | Christ; but it is termed a "Host" inasmuch as ~it contains 5 3, 73 | contains Christ, Who is "a host (Douay: 'sacrifice') . . . 6 3, 75 | to take one consecrated host after ~another. Hence this 7 3, 75 | time under part of the host there would be the body 8 3, 75 | which under one part of the host there will ~be neither the 9 3, 76 | Christ is moved when the ~host or chalice is moved?~(7) 10 3, 76 | under every ~part of the host or of the wine contained 11 3, 76 | the bread, even while the host remains entire, and not ~ 12 3, 76 | part of the consecrated host. But no dimensive ~quantity 13 3, 76 | quantity of the ~consecrated host according to every dimension. 14 3, 76 | dimensive quantity of the host, the dimensive quantity 15 3, 76 | beyond the quantity of the host, which nevertheless is ~ 16 3, 76 | species of ~the consecrated host, that it neither exceeds 17 3, 78 | bread, the consecrated host is shown to the people to 18 3, 80 | to eat the consecrated ~host, the substance of Christ' 19 3, 80 | if anyone not knowing ~a host to be consecrated were to 20 3, 80 | or if an unconsecrated ~host be given to him; than for 21 3, 80 | or that ~an unconsecrated host be given to him.~Aquin.: 22 3, 80 | should an unconsecrated host be given in place of a ~ 23 3, 80 | that it is a consecrated host; because, as ~Augustine 24 3, 82 | time consecrate the same ~host?~(3) Whether it belongs 25 3, 82 | consecrate one and the same host?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 26 3, 82 | consecrate one and the same ~host. For it was said above ( 27 3, 82 | priests ~cannot consecrate one host at the same time.~Aquin.: 28 3, 82 | several ~cannot consecrate one host.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 29 3, 82 | to ~consecrate the same host.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 30 3, 82 | repeated over the same host, because as Innocent III ~ 31 3, 82 | giving them honor (hence a host consecrated ~by such priests 32 3, 83 | the priest to divide the host.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 33 3, 83 | OBJ 7: The breaking of the host denotes three things: first, 34 3, 83 | expressed in verse, thus:~"The host being rent - ~What is dipped, 35 3, 83 | namely, because a part of the host consecrated, of which the ~ 36 3, 83 | owing to the cold that the ~host will slip from the priest' 37 3, 83 | ought to procure ~another host which must be consecrated 38 3, 83 | there was a consecrated host present, since in those 39 3, 83 | receive the ~consecrated host and blood, even if he had 40 3, 83 | breaking of the consecrated host, and the putting of ~only 41 Suppl, 29| one were to consecrate a host a second time, ~which ought 42 Suppl, 71| Now the third ~part of the host, that namely which is dropped 43 Suppl, 80| dimensions of a ~consecrated host. Therefore the same will 44 Suppl, 92| espoused to Himself the angelic host." Therefore the angelic


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