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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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seraphim

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | under the order of the ~Seraphim, as Dionysius says (Coel. 2 1, 63 | fulness of knowledge," while ~"Seraphim" means "those who are on 3 1, 63 | compatible with ~mortal sin; but Seraphim is derived from the heat 4 1, 63 | names of some orders, as of Seraphim and Thrones, are not attributed 5 1, 64 | under the order of the ~Seraphim, as Dionysius says (Coel. 6 1, 64 | fulness of knowledge," while ~"Seraphim" means "those who are on 7 1, 64 | compatible with ~mortal sin; but Seraphim is derived from the heat 8 1, 64 | names of some orders, as of Seraphim and Thrones, are not attributed 9 1, 105 | their properties." Now the Seraphim are so called ~because they " 10 1, 106 | hearer. But it is said of the Seraphim that "they cried one to 11 1, 107 | contrary, It is written: "The Seraphim cried to one another" (Is. ~ 12 1, 107 | in the one order of the Seraphim.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 13 1, 107 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Seraphim are called "burning" or " 14 1, 107 | OBJ 5: Further, the name "Seraphim" is derived from ardor, 15 1, 107 | besides the "Cherubim" and ~"Seraphim." Therefore it appears that 16 1, 107 | so ~named. For the name "Seraphim" is found in Is. 6:2; the 17 1, 107 | 2~Reply OBJ 5: The name "Seraphim" does not come from charity 18 1, 107 | vii) expounds the name "Seraphim" according to the ~properties 19 1, 107 | excellence of knowledge and the "Seraphim" the ~excellence of ardor. 20 1, 107 | the "Cherubim" and the "Seraphim." For it is a common rule 21 1, 107 | to be higher than the ~"Seraphim."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] 22 1, 107 | highest ~hierarchy the "Seraphim" as the first, the "Cherubim" 23 1, 107 | their relation to God, the "Seraphim," "Cherubim," and "Thrones"; ~ 24 1, 107 | supereminently; and the "Seraphim" excel in what is ~the supreme 25 1, 107 | also to the "Cherubim" and "Seraphim," and in a more ~excellent 26 1, 108 | find that they are called ~"Seraphim," or "Thrones," or "Dominations." 27 1, 108 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The name "Seraphim" is given from the ardor 28 1, 111 | the highest is that of the Seraphim, ~as stated above (Q[108], 29 1, 111 | angels. Thus one of ~the Seraphim is described as purifying 30 2, 28 | properties belonging to the Seraphim's love, ~includes "hot" 31 2, 100 | commanded an image of the Seraphim [Vulg.: Cherubim] to be ~ 32 2, 102 | high and elevated"; and the seraphim standing by; and that the ~ 33 2, 102 | the Lord; wherefrom the seraphim cried ~out: "All the earth 34 2, 102 | And so the images ~of the seraphim were set up, not to be worshipped, 35 2, 169 | which was revealed by the Seraphim saying: "Holy, Holy, Holy," ~ 36 Suppl, 89| namely the Cherubim and ~Seraphim, have ever been able to


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