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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 114 | trees, animals, songs, ~rites, not as an animal is enticed 2 2, 99 | morals; as may be seen in the rites of the Gentiles. On the 3 2, 102 | they were averse ~to the rites of the Egyptians who worshipped 4 2, 102 | because in their sacrificial rites the Gentiles ~sometimes 5 2, 102 | Gentiles, in their religious rites, used garments of this sort, 6 2, 102 | priests made use, in their rites, ~of the bones and flesh 7 2, 102 | in order to exclude the rites of idolatry. For the priests 8 2, 103 | forbidden to observe the rites of heathendom, was in order ~ 9 2, 103 | difference between these rites. For heathenish ~ceremonial 10 2, 103 | observance of the ~legal rites lest he should scandalize 11 2, 10 | Christians?~(11) Whether the rites of unbelievers should be 12 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the rites of unbelievers ought to 13 2, 10 | OBJ 1: It would seem that rites of unbelievers ought not 14 2, 10 | sin in observing their ~rites: and not to prevent a sin, 15 2, 10 | a sin ~to tolerate their rites.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 16 2, 10 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the rites of the Jews are compared 17 2, 10 | for anyone to observe the rites of idolatry, in ~fact Christian 18 2, 10 | it follows that even the rites of Jews ought not to be ~ 19 2, 10 | Therefore neither ought the rites ~of unbelievers to be tolerated.~ 20 2, 10 | unbelievers sin in their rites, they ~may be tolerated, 21 2, 10 | the Jews observe ~their rites, which, of old, foreshadowed 22 2, 10 | the observance of their rites.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 23 2, 10 | 3~On the other hand, the rites of other unbelievers, which 24 2, 10 | times, has tolerated the rites even of heretics and pagans, ~ 25 2, 78 | offering service and ceremonial rites or ~worship to "some superior 26 2, 79 | offering service and ceremonial rites to a superior nature that 27 2, 81 | worship ~end ceremonial rites to the Godhead" [*Cicero, 28 2, 82 | Garizim. For both these rites ceased with the advent of 29 2, 86 | God worship and ceremonial rites. But he who takes a ~vow 30 2, 88 | rather ~than imitate the rites of the Jews, we should use 31 2, 91 | Church tolerates various rites of divine worship: wherefore 32 2, 94 | trees, animals, songs and rites."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 33 3, 36 | ungodliness abounds in the profane rites of the Magi. Yet ~did this 34 3, 38 | persuaded men to observe the rites of the ~Law. as is clearly 35 3, 62 | Passion He inaugurated ~the Rites of the Christian Religion 36 3, 65 | clear by considering the rites of the sacraments. ~For 37 3, 67 | the priests, in all the rites of Christ's sacraments, ~ 38 3, 67 | perform the ~other sacramental rites of Baptism, such as to catechize, 39 3, 67 | OBJ 2: These sacramental rites of Baptism belong to the 40 3, 83 | means of devout prayers and rites." Hence, too, ~it is that 41 Suppl, 59| more liable to adopt their rites and customs through ~dwelling


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