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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sacramentally

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1 2, 38 | of Christ is represented sacramentally, ~according to 1 Cor. 11: 2 3, 49 | we are ~likened unto Him sacramentally in Baptism, according to 3 3, 67 | i.e. neither really nor sacramentally. Therefore he cannot ~confer 4 3, 67 | Church ~either in reality or sacramentally, can nevertheless belong 5 3, 68 | salvation: since neither sacramentally nor mentally are they ~incorporated 6 3, 73 | contained in the Eucharist sacramentally. Consequently, when ~Christ 7 3, 75 | different ~places, but "sacramentally": and thereby we do not 8 3, 78 | operates effectively and sacramentally, that is, ~in virtue of 9 3, 78 | the consecration, operate ~sacramentally. Consequently, the converting 10 3, 79 | Christ," so also, by coming sacramentally into ~man causes the life 11 3, 80 | this sacrament, namely, ~sacramentally and spiritually?~(2) Whether 12 3, 80 | just man only to eat it sacramentally?~(4) Whether the sinner 13 3, 80 | sinner sins in eating it sacramentally?~(5) Of the degree of this 14 3, 80 | Christ's body, namely, sacramentally and spiritually. For, as 15 3, 80 | receiving Baptism, namely, sacramentally and ~spiritually. Therefore 16 3, 80 | spiritually without eating sacramentally; otherwise the fathers of ~ 17 3, 80 | spiritually ere ~they receive it sacramentally. Now this happens in two 18 3, 80 | eat spiritually, and not sacramentally, they who ~desire to receive 19 3, 80 | man alone may eat Christ sacramentally?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 20 3, 80 | just man may eat Christ sacramentally. ~For Augustine says in 21 3, 80 | cannot eat Christ's body sacramentally.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 22 3, 80 | sinners eat the body of Christ sacramentally, and not the just ~only. ~ 23 3, 80 | Christ's body is not received sacramentally by sinners; but that directly ~ 24 3, 80 | hence he would eat ~Christ sacramentally, if the word "sacramentally" 25 3, 80 | sacramentally, if the word "sacramentally" qualify the verb on the ~ 26 3, 80 | speaking, he does not eat sacramentally, ~because he uses what he 27 3, 80 | eats the body of Christ sacramentally; ~since it is incapable 28 3, 80 | accidentally," and not sacramentally, just as if anyone not knowing ~ 29 3, 80 | receiving Christ's body sacramentally?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 30 3, 80 | receiving Christ's body ~sacramentally, because Christ has no greater 31 3, 80 | with ~Christ not merely sacramentally, but likewise really.~Aquin.: 32 3, 80 | namely, spiritually and sacramentally. Now it is clear ~that all 33 3, 81 | it both spiritually and sacramentally, inasmuch as He ~received 34 3, 81 | who partake ~of it both sacramentally and spiritually, for these 35 3, 82 | sinner receives Christ's body sacramentally, but not spiritually.~Aquin.: 36 Suppl, 8 | since he has the keys ~sacramentally: and the penitent will receive 37 Suppl, 96| those who partake only ~sacramentally, and who sometimes by receiving


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