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incarnation 234
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incense 27
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27 houses
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incense

   Part, Question
1 2, 102| nothing but bread, wine, oil, incense, and salt should be ~offered 2 2, 102| which is pungent, and of incense ~which has a bitter taste. 3 2, 102| and of these they offered incense, which both smells sweetly 4 2, 102| Christ; salt, His ~knowledge; incense, His prayer.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 102| A[3] R.O. 14 Para. 3/3~Incense was offered to denote devotion 6 2, 102| odor of a good name: for ~incense is composed of matter, both 7 2, 102| from ~suspicion, therefore incense was not offered therein ( 8 2, 102| make . . . an altar to burn incense, of setim wood . . . and ~ 9 2, 102| things, viz. the "altar of incense," which was directly opposite ~ 10 2, 102| intelligible words. The altar of ~incense signified the office of 11 2, 102| altar the sweet-smelling incense was burnt, signifying the 12 2, 102| tabernacle, by the altar of incense: because the priest is the 13 2, 102| people, on the altar of incense, so to speak. The table ~ 14 2, 102| that quarter. The altar of ~incense was instituted that there 15 2, 102| altars of holocausts and incense. Because all ~works of virtue 16 2, 102| perfect, on the ~altar of incense, as it were, according to 17 2, 102| people; and the altar of incense, which was ~visible to none 18 2, 81 | my prayer be directed ~as incense in Thy sight": and a gloss 19 2, 81 | this that under the old Law incense was said to be offered for 20 2, 81 | that ~"the smoke of the incense," namely "the prayers of 21 2, 93 | chosen by lot to offer incense (Lk. 1:9): and the apostles 22 3, 36 | great King; they offer ~up incense as to God, because it is 23 3, 36 | His sight." We offer God incense, "which signifies ~fervor 24 3, 83 | And the smoke of the ~incense of the prayers of the saints 25 3, 83 | to "burn ~sweet-smelling incense" upon the altar which was " 26 3, 83 | fitting for the priest to use incense during ~mass.~Aquin.: SMT 27 3, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: We use incense, not as commanded by a ceremonial


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