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anoint 16
anointed 77
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anointing 44
anointings 6
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44 answered
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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anointing

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1 2, 101 | Lev. 7:35): "This is ~the anointing of Aaron and his sons in 2 2, 102 | consecrated with any bodily anointing, ~bodily sacrifices, and 3 2, 103 | sprinkling of ~blood and the anointing of oil; and (Lev. 16:16) 4 2, 108 | apostles healed the sick by anointing them with oil (Mk. ~6:13). 5 3, 16 | signified "both ~the Godhead anointing and the manhood anointed"; 6 3, 60 | such ~as cleansing and anointing and such like: because they 7 3, 68 | her bosom, either with the anointing of chrism, or the ~imposition 8 3, 71 | put in the mouth, and the anointing of the nose and ears with 9 3, 71 | as to the mouth. And the anointing with ~oil signifies man' 10 3, 71 | effect, for instance, the anointing on the top of the head, ~ 11 3, 72 | sacrament for the ~purpose of anointing. But any oil will do for 12 3, 72 | But any oil will do for anointing: for instance, ~oil made 13 3, 78 | Unction ~it is said, "By this anointing and our intercession," etc. 14 3, 83 | consecrated not merely with the anointing ~of chrism, but likewise 15 3, 83 | be consecrated with the anointing of chrism." And this ~is 16 3, 87 | holy water, any sacramental anointing, a prayer said in ~a dedicated 17 Suppl, 19| of a sacred order: ~their anointing is merely a sign that the 18 Suppl, 29| is it on catechumens. But anointing of ~catechumens with oil 19 Suppl, 29| complete action, viz. the anointing of all the ~external senses, 20 Suppl, 29| matter of fact ~however an anointing done by the apostles is 21 Suppl, 29| healing is signified by anointing with oil, as is ~evident 22 Suppl, 29| since this sacrament is an anointing, it requires ~consecrated 23 Suppl, 29| sacrament consists in the anointing ~itself, just as Baptism 24 Suppl, 29| sacrament, nor any ~bodily anointing, wherefore in all anointings 25 Suppl, 29| understood in the act ~of anointing, whereas the matter of Confirmation 26 Suppl, 30| them: wherefore by the last anointing is infused grace which gives 27 Suppl, 30| the effect, not ~of the anointing, but of the prayer, for 28 Suppl, 30| 2: Further, there is an anointing in the sacraments or order 29 Suppl, 30| is a kind of ~spiritual anointing.~ 30 Suppl, 31| sacrament consists in an anointing, just as Confirmation does. ~ 31 Suppl, 32| of human ~activity, the anointing of the five senses is observed 32 Suppl, 32| by his sight. Yet in the ~anointing of the eyes mention is made 33 Suppl, 32| by sight. Therefore this ~anointing ought not to be applied 34 Suppl, 33| to be repeated. For ~the anointing of a man is of greater import 35 Suppl, 33| greater import than the anointing of a ~stone. But the anointing 36 Suppl, 33| anointing of a ~stone. But the anointing of an altar is not repeated, 37 Suppl, 34| like manner neither is the anointing of a ~king; because by such 38 Suppl, 37| of ~a priest is done by anointing as in Confirmation. Now 39 Suppl, 37| imprinted at the moment of anointing; and therefore in the ~priesthood 40 Suppl, 37| imposition of hands, and anointing. By the blessing they ~are 41 Suppl, 37| as ministers. But by the anointing they are consecrated for 42 Suppl, 37| sacrament, wherefore the anointing is done to the priests ~ 43 Suppl, 37| imposition of hands and anointing. But it is otherwise in 44 Suppl, 71| anointer, "shares in the ~anointing and thus proceeds to anoint


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