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1 1, 12 | divine meaning; as in the Baptism, the ~Holy Ghost was seen 2 1, 43 | Christ at the time of His ~baptism by the figure of a dove, 3 1, 74 | is given by the water of baptism, according to Jn. 3:5: " 4 1, 43 | Christ at the time of His ~baptism by the figure of a dove, 5 1, 73 | is given by the water of baptism, according to Jn. 3:5: " 6 1, 110 | attributes ~enlightenment to baptism, as "the sacrament of faith." 7 1, 112 | man from the time of his ~baptism, not of his birth.~Aquin.: 8 1, 112 | appointed at the time of baptism, others, that he is appointed 9 1, 112 | Christian, begin with his baptism; such as receiving the Eucharist, 10 2, 5 | of their own; because by ~Baptism they are made members of 11 2, 81 | Original sin is taken away by Baptism as to the guilt, in ~so 12 2, 81 | beget as being renewed in Baptism, but as still ~retaining 13 2, 81 | spiritually, by faith and Baptism: and this, not only ~unto 14 2, 82 | says in his book on the Baptism of infants ~(De Pecc. Merit. 15 2, 85 | when all sin is removed by Baptism or ~Penance. Therefore they 16 2, 87 | and they remain even after baptism, ~for the cause stated above ( 17 2, 89 | remitted to man by the grace of Baptism, which the unbeliever ~has 18 2, 102 | believers with the water of Baptism."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 19 2, 102 | sacraments in the Old Law. For Baptism, which is the sacrament ~ 20 2, 102 | Christ: buried with Him in Baptism." In the New Law the sacrament ~ 21 2, 102 | purpose of expiation, because Baptism receives from Christ's Passion 22 2, 102 | because ~the waters of Baptism are sanctified by Christ' 23 2, 102 | God-Man. By ~the waters of Baptism or of his tears man washes 24 2, 102 | purified by the waters of Baptism, and by the waters of tears, 25 2, 102 | both to Circumcision and to Baptism: or else it denotes ~those 26 2, 103 | means of another sign, viz. Baptism, which, in this respect, 27 2, 103 | Christ, ~buried with Him in Baptism."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] 28 2, 108 | instituted in the New Law, e.g. Baptism, the ~Eucharist, and the 29 2, 108 | whereby we obtain grace: viz. Baptism, Eucharist, Orders of the 30 2, 113 | that by the sacrament of ~Baptism, infants and sometimes adults 31 2, 113 | by the exterior rite of Baptism, or of any other ~sacrament, 32 2, 113 | afterwards he assented to the Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 33 2, 10 | and ~consecrated to God in Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 34 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, Baptism avails for salvation more 35 2, 10 | than preaching does, ~since Baptism removes forthwith the stain 36 2, 19 | no pardon for sins after Baptism. ~Therefore it seems that 37 2, 37 | Contra Donat. vi, 5) that "Baptism ~can be received from a 38 2, 37 | is not lawful to receive Baptism from a schismatic, save ~ 39 2, 37 | mark, which is ~bestowed in Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 40 2, 86 | matters of ~salvation: thus in Baptism men vow to renounce the 41 2, 98 | money for ~the sacraments. Baptism is the door of the sacraments, 42 2, 98 | cases to give money for Baptism, for instance if a priest 43 2, 98 | priest available for the baptism. Hence the person who is 44 2, 98 | no ~means pay a price for Baptism, and should rather die without 45 2, 98 | baptized, because for him the baptism of desire would supply the 46 2, 122 | sake takes the place ~of Baptism. Wherefore just as in the 47 2, 122 | children are ~benefited by the baptism of Christ will doubt of 48 2, 145 | the Epiphany when Christ's baptism is ~celebrated.~Aquin.: 49 2, 145 | when sins are loosed ~by baptism, which is solemnly conferred 50 2, 145 | together with ~Christ by baptism unto death" (Rm. 6:4). Moreover 51 2, 145 | OBJ 1: Christ needed not baptism for His own sake, but in 52 2, 145 | but in order to ~commend baptism to us. Wherefore it was 53 2, 145 | not ~before, but after His baptism, in order to invite us to 54 2, 145 | invite us to fast before our ~baptism.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 55 2, 187 | by being regenerated in baptism. Then the ~Church bears 56 2, 187 | us with milk, when ~after baptism we are instructed in good 57 2, 187 | derogate from the goodness of ~Baptism that some sin more grievously 58 3, 19 | regeneration, which takes place in baptism; wherein we are incorporated ~ 59 3, 27 | His Circumcision; (4) His ~Baptism. Concerning His Conception 60 3, 27 | as they are sanctified by baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 61 3, 27 | sufferings. Secondly, as to His Baptism (1 Cor. 6:11): "But you 62 3, 27 | are sanctified"; to which Baptism John prepared men by ~his 63 3, 27 | John prepared men by ~his baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 64 3, 31 | Christ's genealogy after His Baptism, and ~beginning from Christ 65 3, 31 | outset, but ~after Christ's Baptism, and not in the descending 66 3, 36 | Ghost, after our Lord's Baptism, ~came down on Him under 67 3, 37 | receive their names in ~Baptism. Wherefore on Prov. 4:3, " 68 3, 38 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE BAPTISM OF JOHN (SIX ARTICLES)~We 69 3, 38 | proceed to consider the baptism wherewith Christ was baptized. ~ 70 3, 38 | Christ was baptized with the baptism of John, we shall consider ~( 71 3, 38 | shall consider ~(1) the baptism of John in general; (2) 72 3, 38 | baptize?~(2) Whether that baptism was from God?~(3) Whether 73 3, 38 | should have received that baptism?~(5) Whether that baptism 74 3, 38 | baptism?~(5) Whether that baptism should have ceased when 75 3, 38 | those who received John's baptism had afterwards to receive ~ 76 3, 38 | afterwards to receive ~Christ's baptism? ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] 77 3, 38 | introduce the new rite of baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 78 3, 38 | introduced a new rite of ~baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 79 3, 38 | that ~He might sanctify baptism; as Augustine observes, 80 3, 38 | 3/4~Thirdly, that by his baptism he might accustom men to 81 3, 38 | might accustom men to the baptism of ~Christ; wherefore Gregory 82 3, 38 | to ~receive worthily the baptism of Christ. Wherefore Bede [* 83 3, 38 | iii, 24] says that "the baptism of John was as profitable 84 3, 38 | as profitable before ~the baptism of Christ, as instruction 85 3, 38 | penance, and ~foretold the baptism of Christ, and drew men 86 3, 38 | them ~forgiveness in the baptism of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 87 3, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The baptism of John was not a sacrament 88 3, 38 | sacramental, preparatory to the baptism of ~Christ. Consequently, 89 3, 38 | carnal cleanliness. But the baptism of John was ordered unto ~ 90 3, 38 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the baptism of John was from God?~Aquin.: 91 3, 38 | It would seem that the baptism of John was not from God. 92 3, 38 | after a mere man: thus the ~baptism of the New Law is not named 93 3, 38 | after ~Christ. But that baptism is named after John, according 94 3, 38 | according to Mt. 21:25: ~"The baptism of John . . . was it from 95 3, 38 | from men?" Therefore the ~baptism of John was not from God.~ 96 3, 38 | Therefore it seems ~that the baptism wherewith he baptized was 97 3, 38 | Holy Writ commanding the baptism of John. Therefore it seems 98 3, 38 | may be considered in the baptism of ~John - namely, the rite 99 3, 38 | John - namely, the rite of baptism and the effect of baptism. 100 3, 38 | baptism and the effect of baptism. The rite of ~baptism was 101 3, 38 | of baptism. The rite of ~baptism was not from men, but from 102 3, 38 | But the effect of that baptism was ~from man, because it 103 3, 38 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: By the baptism of the New Law men are baptized 104 3, 38 | by God alone. But by the baptism ~of John the body alone 105 3, 38 | Ghost." For this reason the baptism of John was named after 106 3, 38 | not accomplish. But the baptism ~of the New Law is not named 107 3, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The baptism of John was intended by 108 3, 38 | Whether grace was given in the baptism of John?~Aquin.: SMT TP 109 3, 38 | that grace was given in the baptism of John. For it ~is written ( 110 3, 38 | baptizing and preaching the ~baptism of penance unto remission 111 3, 38 | of grace. Therefore the baptism of John conferred ~grace.~ 112 3, 38 | grace was conferred in the baptism of John.~Aquin.: SMT TP 113 3, 38 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the baptism of John was more akin than 114 3, 38 | than circumcision to ~the baptism of Christ. But original 115 3, 38 | wound of ~original sin as baptism is wont to bring now that 116 3, 38 | more, therefore, did the baptism of John effect the remission 117 3, 38 | taken away. Therefore the baptism of ~John did not confer 118 3, 38 | Jesus Christ." Therefore the baptism of John did not confer ~ 119 3, 38 | to the rite of Christ's baptism; thirdly, by penance, ~preparing 120 3, 38 | receive the effect of Christ's baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 121 3, 38 | on Mk. 1:4), a twofold ~baptism of penance may be understood. 122 3, 38 | baptizing, which is called "a baptism of penance," etc., by reason 123 3, 38 | penance. The other is the baptism ~of Christ, by which sins 124 3, 38 | said that he preached the "baptism of penance," i.e. which ~ 125 3, 38 | op. Hier.)] that "by the baptism of Christ grace is given, 126 3, 38 | baptized and preached the baptism of penance unto remission 127 3, 38 | immediately through the baptism of John, but to be ~obtained 128 3, 38 | penance and through the baptism of Christ, ~for which that 129 3, 38 | original sin. ~Whereas the baptism of John was not instituted 130 3, 38 | merely in preparation for the baptism of Christ, as stated above; 131 3, 38 | have been baptized with the baptism of John?~Aquin.: SMT TP 132 3, 38 | been baptized with ~the baptism of John. For, as stated 133 3, 38 | that Christ might receive baptism," as Augustine says (Super ~ 134 3, 38 | should have received that ~baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 135 3, 38 | receives something from the ~baptism or confers something on 136 3, 38 | confers something on the baptism. But no one could receive ~ 137 3, 38 | receive ~anything from the baptism of John, because thereby 138 3, 38 | could confer ~anything on baptism save Christ, who "sanctified 139 3, 38 | have been baptized with the baptism of John.~Aquin.: SMT TP 140 3, 38 | were baptized with that baptism, this was only ~in order 141 3, 38 | might be prepared for the baptism of Christ: and thus ~it 142 3, 38 | would seem fitting that the baptism of John should be conferred 143 3, 38 | Gentile and Jew, just as the baptism of Christ. But ~we do not 144 3, 38 | to be ~baptized with the baptism of John. First, as Augustine 145 3, 38 | had been baptized with the baptism of ~John, some would have 146 3, 38 | would have said that John's baptism, with which Christ was ~ 147 3, 38 | to be prepared by ~John's baptism for the baptism of Christ.~ 148 3, 38 | John's baptism for the baptism of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 149 3, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The baptism of John was instituted not 150 3, 38 | others to receive this ~baptism, in order to avoid the objection 151 3, 38 | confer anything on his baptism: yet neither did they receive ~ 152 3, 38 | Reply OBJ 3: This was the baptism of "penance," for which 153 3, 38 | Para. 1/1~Whether John's baptism should have ceased after 154 3, 38 | It would seem that John's baptism should have ceased after 155 3, 38 | Therefore it seems that John's baptism ~should not have endured 156 3, 38 | was ~baptized, and John's baptism ceased to avail." Therefore 157 3, 38 | seems that, ~after Christ's baptism, John should not have continued 158 3, 38 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, John's baptism prepared the way for Christ' 159 3, 38 | Christ's. But ~Christ's baptism began as soon as He had 160 3, 38 | Therefore it seems that ~John's baptism ceased when Christ had been 161 3, 38 | was not fitting for the baptism of John to cease when ~Christ 162 3, 38 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The baptism of John ceased after Christ 163 3, 38 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: John's baptism prepared the way not only 164 3, 38 | to approach to Christ's baptism: and this ~did not take 165 3, 38 | been baptized with John's baptism had to be ~baptized with 166 3, 38 | to be ~baptized with the baptism of Christ?~Aquin.: SMT TP 167 3, 38 | been baptized with John's ~baptism had not to be baptized with 168 3, 38 | to be baptized with the baptism of Christ. For John was ~ 169 3, 38 | to be ~baptized with the baptism of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 170 3, 38 | were baptized with John's baptism, since ~some of them were 171 3, 38 | have been baptized with the baptism of Christ: ~for it is written ( 172 3, 38 | been baptized with ~John's baptism had not to be baptized with 173 3, 38 | to be baptized with the baptism of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 174 3, 38 | himself was baptized with the baptism of Christ. ~Therefore much 175 3, 38 | John need to ~receive the baptism of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 176 3, 38 | baptized? Who said: In John's baptism." Wherefore "they were" 177 3, 38 | were baptized with John's baptism who had full knowledge of 178 3, 38 | baptized again with Christ's baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 179 3, 38 | clear that the virtue of baptism depends on faith. But the 180 3, 38 | But the form of ~John's baptism signified the faith in which 181 3, 38 | baptized the people with the baptism of penance, ~saying: That 182 3, 38 | been baptized ~with John's baptism had no need to be baptized 183 3, 38 | baptized again with the baptism of ~Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 184 3, 38 | were ~baptized with John's baptism needed to be baptized with 185 3, 38 | to be baptized with the baptism of ~our Lord."~Aquin.: SMT 186 3, 38 | based their hopes on his baptism, were afterwards ~baptized 187 3, 38 | afterwards ~baptized with the baptism of Christ: but those who 188 3, 38 | base their ~hope on John's baptism, and who believed in the 189 3, 38 | unreasonable. First, because John's baptism neither conferred grace 190 3, 38 | of necessity to Christ's baptism that it be ~given not only 191 3, 38 | been ~baptized with John's baptism in water only, not merely 192 3, 38 | Tract. v): "After John, ~baptism was administered, and the 193 3, 38 | because he gave not ~Christ's baptism, but his own . . . That 194 3, 38 | rebaptized . . . For the baptism ~corresponds with him by 195 3, 38 | deacon Philip, who gave the baptism of Christ, were not baptized ~ 196 3, 38 | baptized either with John's baptism, as some ~maintain, or with 197 3, 38 | maintain, or with Christ's baptism, which is more probable. 198 3, 38 | not fail to administer baptism so as to have baptized servants 199 3, 38 | they had not received the baptism of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 200 3, 38 | that he did not give the baptism of Christ, ~which is a sacrament 201 3, 39 | have been baptized with the baptism of John?~(3) Of the time 202 3, 39 | to fulfil the law. But ~baptism was not prescribed by the 203 3, 39 | is the first principle of baptism, according ~to Jn. 1:33: " 204 3, 39 | might have the virtue of ~baptism"; and, as Chrysostom says ( 205 3, 39 | Wherefore, though He needed not baptism for ~His own sake, yet carnal 206 3, 39 | is the first principle of baptism's spiritual ~effect. Unto 207 3, 39 | be baptized with John's baptism?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 208 3, 39 | be baptized ~with John's baptism. For John's baptism was 209 3, 39 | John's baptism. For John's baptism was the "baptism of penance." ~ 210 3, 39 | John's baptism was the "baptism of penance." ~But penance 211 3, 39 | been baptized with John's baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 212 3, 39 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, John's baptism, as Chrysostom says (Hom. 213 3, 39 | was a mean between the baptism of the Jews and that of ~ 214 3, 39 | baptized with the ~Jewish baptism, nor yet with His own, on 215 3, 39 | have been baptized with the baptism of John.~Aquin.: SMT TP 216 3, 39 | ascribed to ~Christ. But John's baptism does not hold the first 217 3, 39 | be baptized with John's ~baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 218 3, 39 | baptized, not with that baptism wherewith He was ~baptized." 219 3, 39 | Himself baptized with His own baptism, it ~follows that He was 220 3, 39 | His own, but with John's baptism. ~And this was befitting: 221 3, 39 | befitting: first, because John's baptism was peculiar in ~this, that 222 3, 39 | Christ did not need spiritual baptism, since He was filled with 223 3, 39 | He was ~baptized with the baptism of John, that, "by being 224 3, 39 | show His approval of John's baptism." Thirdly, as Gregory Nazianzen ~ 225 3, 39 | baptized by him, He ~sanctified baptism."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 226 3, 39 | His example to lead us to baptism. And so, in order that He ~ 227 3, 39 | wished to be baptized with a ~baptism which He clearly needed 228 3, 39 | Reply OBJ 2: The Jewish baptism prescribed by the law was 229 3, 39 | figurative, whereas John's baptism, in a measure, was real, 230 3, 39 | refrain from sin; but Christ's baptism is efficacious ~unto the 231 3, 39 | receive the ~intermediate baptism than one of the extremes. ~ 232 3, 39 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Baptism is a spiritual remedy. Now, 233 3, 39 | receive the most perfect baptism: just as one who is healthy ~ 234 3, 39 | He might lead others to baptism by His ~example. But it 235 3, 39 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, John's baptism was ordered to that of Christ 236 3, 39 | pass away after Christ's baptism: wherefore Christ came to 237 3, 39 | given to understand that baptism brings forth perfect men, 238 3, 39 | thing to remain clean after baptism, "yet is it still better," 239 3, 39 | confirm the preaching and the baptism of ~John, and that John 240 3, 39 | correspond to the figure. But baptism was ~prefigured in the crossing 241 3, 39 | sins are blotted out in baptism. Therefore it seems ~that 242 3, 39 | interpreted a "going down." But by baptism a ~man goes up rather than 243 3, 39 | prerogative of ~Christ's baptism over all other baptisms: 244 3, 39 | pass through the waters of baptism. Therefore it ~was fitting 245 3, 39 | the Red Sea foreshadowed baptism in ~this - that baptism 246 3, 39 | baptism in ~this - that baptism washes away sin: whereas 247 3, 39 | the principal effect of baptism, and accomplished through ~ 248 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In baptism we "go up" by advancing 249 3, 39 | opened unto Christ at His baptism?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 250 3, 39 | opened unto ~Christ at His baptism. For the heavens should 251 3, 39 | were baptized with Christ's baptism, and died before His ~Passion, 252 3, 39 | order to consecrate the baptism wherewith we were to be ~ 253 3, 39 | belong to the efficacy of our baptism: concerning which efficacy 254 3, 39 | heavenly power would sanctify baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 255 3, 39 | conduces to ~the efficacy of baptism: wherefore those who are 256 3, 39 | profession of faith, and baptism is called the "sacrament 257 3, 39 | was opened to us ~by the baptism of Christ in a special manner, 258 3, 39 | Body Para. 4/4~Now after baptism man needs to pray continually, 259 3, 39 | sins are remitted through baptism, there still remain ~the 260 3, 39 | wit, the faithful after baptism stand in need of prayer. 261 3, 39 | the very fact that through baptism heaven ~is opened to believers 262 3, 39 | sake, ~though He needed no baptism for His own sake, so the 263 3, 39 | is opened to men ~through baptism. Lastly, it can be referred 264 3, 39 | when He had sanctified baptism, saw that heaven was ~opened 265 3, 39 | And this is effected by baptism, according to ~Rm. 6:3: " 266 3, 39 | opening of the heavens at His ~baptism rather than at His Passion.~ 267 3, 39 | Passion: but at Christ's baptism they were opened, as though 268 3, 39 | been ~sent to Him at His baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 269 3, 39 | which is accomplished in our baptism should have ~been shown 270 3, 39 | been shown in Christ's baptism, as in an exemplar. But 271 3, 39 | an exemplar. But in our baptism no ~visible mission of the 272 3, 39 | taken place in Christ's baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 273 3, 39 | respect to Christ in His baptism, as ~Chrysostom says (Hom. 274 3, 39 | who are baptized with the ~baptism of Christ receive the Holy 275 3, 39 | Therefore now," i.e. at His baptism, "He deigned to foreshadow ~ 276 3, 39 | shape, on Christ at His ~baptism, in order that we may believe 277 3, 39 | appeared over Christ at His baptism, under ~the form of a dove, 278 3, 39 | of ~the proper effect of baptism, which is the remission 279 3, 39 | the dove appears at the ~baptism, pointing to our Deliverer."~ 280 3, 39 | appeared over our Lord at His baptism in the ~form of a dove, 281 3, 39 | designate the common effect of ~baptism - namely, the building up 282 3, 39 | Ghost should appear at the ~baptism under the form of a dove, 283 3, 39 | forgiven," which is effected in baptism, "meekness was ~required"; 284 3, 39 | to be Son of God at His ~baptism, as some heretics have stated: 285 3, 39 | nativity rather than at His baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 286 3, 39 | is accomplished in our ~baptism should be manifested in 287 3, 39 | be manifested in Christ's baptism, which was the exemplar ~ 288 3, 39 | exemplar ~of ours. Now the baptism which the faithful receive 289 3, 39 | shown forth in Christ's baptism. ~our Lord Himself is baptized 290 3, 39 | was becoming that in that baptism the ~Father should be manifested 291 3, 39 | specially at the time of baptism, by ~which men are born 292 3, 39 | washed in the waters of ~baptism the Holy Ghost comes down 293 3, 40 | very strict life after His ~baptism, remaining in the desert 294 3, 40 | the devil, and that after baptism thou shouldst give thyself 295 3, 41 | to be ~tempted after His baptism, because, as Hilary says ( 296 3, 41 | fast, as also after His ~baptism. Hence since rather Chrysostom 297 3, 41 | the devil; and that after baptism thou shouldst give ~thyself 298 3, 41 | Consequently, immediately after His baptism Christ adopted an austere ~ 299 3, 42 | above when ~treating of His baptism (Q[29], A[3]).~~Aquin.: 300 3, 43 | His disciples after His baptism ~and temptation, as related 301 3, 43 | above, in speaking of His baptism (Q[39], A[3]~). But as to 302 3, 45 | the time of ~(Christ's) baptism. Therefore it was not fitting 303 3, 45 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, at the baptism the Holy Ghost appeared 304 3, 45 | began to teach after His baptism. Nevertheless, ~the Father' 305 3, 45 | Since, therefore, it is in baptism ~that we acquire grace, 306 3, 45 | transfiguration, therefore both in His baptism and in ~His transfiguration 307 3, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as in the Baptism, where the mystery of the 308 3, 45 | bright cloud; for just as in ~baptism He confers innocence, signified 309 3, 45 | and not at the time of His baptism, that men should be commanded 310 3, 49 | forgiveness of sins, such as baptism and penance. Consequently 311 3, 49 | sins. Now this is done by ~baptism and penance and the other 312 3, 49 | unto Him sacramentally in Baptism, according to Rm. 6:4: " 313 3, 49 | buried together with Him by baptism into death." Hence no punishment ~ 314 3, 49 | imposed upon men at their baptism, since they are ~fully delivered 315 3, 49 | death by the sacrament of ~Baptism. Hence it is necessary that 316 3, 49 | that those who sin after Baptism be ~likened unto Christ 317 3, 49 | were opened to Him. But His baptism preceded the Passion. ~Consequently 318 3, 49 | were opened ~at Christ's baptism, not for Christ's sake, 319 3, 49 | baptized, through ~Christ's baptism, which has its efficacy 320 3, 51 | together with Christ by baptism into death."~Aquin.: SMT 321 3, 52 | faithful are now delivered by baptism from the ~penalty of actual 322 3, 52 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as Baptism works in virtue of Christ' 323 3, 52 | 2, AA[5],6). But through Baptism children are delivered from ~ 324 3, 52 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Baptism is applied to men in this 325 3, 52 | change. And consequently by baptism children are ~delivered 326 3, 60 | clear that we use ~water in baptism in order to signify a spiritual 327 3, 60 | employed as the matter of ~baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 328 3, 60 | Son, and Holy Ghost, "his baptism will be invalid." ~But if 329 3, 60 | Ghost, the Paraclete," the baptism would be valid; and in like 330 3, 60 | Virgin succour thee, the ~baptism would be valid.~Aquin.: 331 3, 60 | Blessed ~Virgin Mary," the baptism would be void; because it 332 3, 60 | of the Trinity, by which baptism is ~consecrated: for such 333 3, 60 | Virgin effected anything in baptism, but as intimating that 334 3, 62 | thus the Apostle says of Baptism ~(Gal. 3:27): "As many of 335 3, 62 | for example, ~the water of baptism, in respect of its proper 336 3, 62 | the ~Christian life: thus Baptism is ordained unto a certain 337 3, 62 | former of which ~belongs to Baptism, the latter to the Eucharist, 338 3, 62 | wound ~of original sin, as baptism in the time of revealed 339 3, 62 | of revealed grace." But Baptism ~confers grace now. Therefore 340 3, 62 | of the Law; for just as Baptism is the door ~of the sacraments 341 3, 63 | are ~not deprived of their baptism, for when they repent and 342 3, 63 | while the sacrament of Baptism pertains to the ~recipients, 343 3, 63 | imprint a character, namely, Baptism, ~Confirmation, and order.~ 344 3, 64 | brought to a sinner for baptism. Therefore it seems ~that 345 3, 64 | are not so necessary as baptism, as we shall show further 346 3, 64 | water, which is done in baptism, may be ordained ~to bodily 347 3, 64 | yet he may believe that baptism is an efficient ~cause of 348 3, 64 | reap disaster from their Baptism." In this sense Pope Leo 349 3, 64 | Cyprian ~refused to recognize Baptism conferred by heretics or 350 3, 65 | mortal and ~venial. Now Baptism is intended as a remedy 351 3, 65 | spiritual life there is Baptism, which is a spiritual regeneration, ~ 352 3, 65 | defect caused by sin. For Baptism is ~intended as a remedy 353 3, 65 | actual ~sin committed after baptism; Extreme Unction, against 354 3, 65 | from sin. ~They say that Baptism corresponds to Faith, and 355 3, 65 | to ~Dionysius, belongs to Baptism; and, for him who falls 356 3, 65 | natural generation; ~while in Baptism he is regenerated as by 357 3, 65 | Matrimony should precede Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 358 3, 65 | Therefore order should precede Baptism and the other sacraments.~ 359 3, 65 | three, it is clear that Baptism which is a spiritual ~regeneration, 360 3, 65 | imprint a character, viz. Baptism, ~Confirmation and order; 361 3, 65 | the Eucharist depends on Baptism: since no one ~can receive 362 3, 65 | been baptized. Therefore Baptism ~is greater than the Eucharist.~ 363 3, 65 | Eucharist: and ~the sacrament of Baptism to the reception of the 364 3, 65 | the ground of necessity, Baptism is the greatest of the ~ 365 3, 65 | Penance, as Confirmation to Baptism; in such a way, that Penance 366 3, 65 | of necessity. For thus ~Baptism, being of the greatest necessity, 367 3, 65 | Further, just as it is said of Baptism (Jn. 3:5): "Unless a man ~ 368 3, 65 | you." Therefore, just as Baptism is a necessary sacrament, ~ 369 3, 65 | without the sacrament of Baptism, ~provided that some unavoidable 370 3, 65 | contrary, Children are saved by Baptism alone without the other ~ 371 3, 65 | necessary to the individual; Baptism, simply and absolutely; ~ 372 3, 65 | mortal sin committed after Baptism; while the ~sacrament of 373 3, 65 | sense ~Confirmation perfects Baptism; Extreme Unction perfects 374 3, 66 | TP Q[66] Out. Para. 1/4 - BAPTISM (QQ[66]-71)~OF THE SACRAMENT 375 3, 66 | 71)~OF THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM (TWELVE ARTICLES)~We have 376 3, 66 | sacrament specially: (1) Baptism; (2) ~Confirmation; (3) 377 3, 66 | will be twofold: (1) of Baptism ~itself; (2) of things preparatory 378 3, 66 | of things preparatory to Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] Out. 379 3, 66 | pertaining to the sacrament of Baptism; (2) The minister of this ~ 380 3, 66 | of inquiry:~(1) What is Baptism? Is it a washing?~(2) Of 381 3, 66 | immersion is necessary for Baptism?~(8) Whether trine immersion 382 3, 66 | is necessary?~(9) Whether Baptism can be reiterated?~(10) 383 3, 66 | Of the various kinds of Baptism;~(12) Of the comparison 384 3, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Baptism is the mere washing?~Aquin.: 385 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that Baptism is not the mere washing. 386 3, 66 | something transitory: but Baptism is something permanent. ~ 387 3, 66 | something permanent. ~Therefore Baptism is not the mere washing; 388 3, 66 | says (De Sacram. ii) that "Baptism is ~water sanctified by 389 3, 66 | is ~the water. Therefore Baptism is the water and not the 390 3, 66 | It seems, therefore, that Baptism is the washing or ~bathing.~ 391 3, 66 | that, In the sacrament of Baptism, three things may be ~considered: 392 3, 66 | element": and in defining ~Baptism he says it is "water."~Aquin.: 393 3, 66 | Master (iv, 3) says that "Baptism is the outward ~washing 394 3, 66 | Consequently Damascene defined Baptism, not as to that which is 395 3, 66 | man ~liveth by faith"; and Baptism is a sort of protestation 396 3, 66 | Likewise Dionysius defined Baptism ~by its relation to the 397 3, 66 | Nevertheless the saying that ~"Baptism is water" may be verified 398 3, 66 | the material ~principle of Baptism: and thus there would be " 399 3, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Baptism was instituted after Christ' 400 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that Baptism was instituted after Christ' 401 3, 66 | especially the sacrament of ~Baptism since the Apostle says ( 402 3, 66 | disciples the mandate of ~Baptism after His Passion and Resurrection, 403 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that Baptism was instituted after Christ' 404 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Baptism is a necessary sacrament, 405 3, 66 | which was supplanted by ~Baptism. Therefore it seems that 406 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that Baptism was not instituted before ~ 407 3, 66 | Christ's ~Passion. Therefore Baptism was instituted before Christ' 408 3, 66 | producing ~its effect. Now Baptism received this power when 409 3, 66 | baptized. ~Consequently Baptism was truly instituted then, 410 3, 66 | which were supplanted by ~Baptism and the other sacraments 411 3, 66 | Law. Secondly, because by ~Baptism man is "made conformable" 412 3, 66 | before Christ's Passion, Baptism, inasmuch as it ~foreshadowed 413 3, 66 | were mere figures: whereas ~Baptism derived the power of justifying 414 3, 66 | Passion He did not make Baptism obligatory ~as soon as it 415 3, 66 | and Resurrection He made Baptism obligatory, not only on 416 3, 66 | is the proper matter of Baptism?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 417 3, 66 | not the proper matter of Baptism. For ~Baptism, according 418 3, 66 | matter of Baptism. For ~Baptism, according to Dionysius ( 419 3, 66 | characteristic of fire. Therefore Baptism should be conferred with 420 3, 66 | when ~foretelling Christ's Baptism (Mt. 3:11): "He shall baptize 421 3, 66 | of sins is signified in Baptism. But ~many other things 422 3, 66 | and such like. Therefore Baptism can be conferred with these 423 3, 66 | not the proper matter of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 424 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that Baptism ~can also be conferred with 425 3, 66 | keeping ~with the effect of Baptism, because it is written ( 426 3, 66 | Consequently it seems that Baptism cannot ~be conferred with 427 3, 66 | not the ~proper matter of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 428 3, 66 | were the proper matter of Baptism, ~there would be no need 429 3, 66 | water before using it for ~Baptism. But in solemn Baptism the 430 3, 66 | Baptism. But in solemn Baptism the water which is used 431 3, 66 | not the ~proper matter of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 432 3, 66 | is the proper matter of ~Baptism; and with reason. First, 433 3, 66 | reason of the very nature of Baptism, ~which is a regeneration 434 3, 66 | regard to the effects of Baptism, to which the properties ~ 435 3, 66 | hence its adaptability to ~Baptism as the "sacrament of Faith."~ 436 3, 66 | suitable, than fire, for ~Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 437 3, 66 | belongs to the sacrament of Baptism. Yet this latter ~sacrament 438 3, 66 | flowed ~from the Saviour's Baptism, like a mystic river, swelled 439 3, 66 | water is not essential to Baptism, but ~belongs to a certain 440 3, 66 | plain water is necessary for Baptism?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 441 3, 66 | water is not necessary for Baptism. For the ~water which we 442 3, 66 | this water may be ~used for Baptism. Therefore plain and pure 443 3, 66 | water is not necessary for ~Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 444 3, 66 | the solemn celebration of Baptism, chrism is poured ~into 445 3, 66 | water is not necessary for Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 446 3, 66 | the cross was a figure of Baptism, as stated above (A[3], 447 3, 66 | water is not necessary for Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 448 3, 66 | that lye can be used for Baptism; for the water of ~the Baths 449 3, 66 | water ~is not necessary for Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 450 3, 66 | like waters ~may be used in Baptism; just as rain-water, which 451 3, 66 | water is not necessary for Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 452 3, 66 | contrary, The proper matter of Baptism is water, as stated above ~( 453 3, 66 | plain water is necessary for Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 454 3, 66 | such water can be used for Baptism: unless perhaps such a small 455 3, 66 | any water may be used for Baptism, no matter ~how much it 456 3, 66 | it cannot be used ~for Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 457 3, 66 | such waters may be used for Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 458 3, 66 | strained, it can be used for Baptism: just as water strained ~ 459 3, 66 | kind cannot be used for Baptism, as neither can the blood ~ 460 3, 66 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Baptism may be conferred with lye 461 3, 66 | consequently ~it cannot be used for Baptism. For the same reason chemical 462 3, 66 | this be a suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize thee in the 463 3, 66 | is not a suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize ~thee in the 464 3, 66 | while the principal agent in Baptism is ~Christ, according to 465 3, 66 | is no need in the form of Baptism to mention the ~action of 466 3, 66 | Therefore the form of Baptism ~should not be limited to 467 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, Baptism derives its power from Christ' 468 3, 66 | from Christ's Passion. But ~Baptism is sanctified by the form. 469 3, 66 | mentioned in the form of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 470 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that ~Baptism is valid if conferred in 471 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Baptism receives its consecration 472 3, 66 | Unico Baptismo iv) that "Baptism is ~consecrated by the words 473 3, 66 | Consequently the cause of ~Baptism needs to be expressed in 474 3, 66 | expressed in the form of Baptism. Now the minister is designated 475 3, 66 | is the suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize thee in the 476 3, 66 | would receive more than one ~baptism. But it would be necessary, 477 3, 66 | Divine power which ~works in Baptism, pertains to the Essence; 478 3, 66 | Just as water is used in Baptism, because it is more ~commonly 479 3, 66 | Persons, in the form of Baptism, those names are chosen, 480 3, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Baptism can be conferred in the 481 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that Baptism can be conferred in the 482 3, 66 | Faith," so is there "one Baptism" (Eph. 4:5). But ~it is 483 3, 66 | Therefore now also can Baptism be ~conferred in the name 484 3, 66 | Whom He was ~anointed." But Baptism can be conferred in the 485 3, 66 | with ~that form. Therefore Baptism can be celebrated in the 486 3, 66 | commanded the sacrament of Baptism to be ~given with the invocation 487 3, 66 | destroys the integrity of ~Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 488 3, 66 | this reason at Christ's Baptism, wherein ~was the source 489 3, 66 | the sanctification of our Baptism, the Trinity was ~present 490 3, 66 | Holy Ghost was given in ~Baptism at the invocation of that 491 3, 66 | in water is necessary for Baptism?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 492 3, 66 | in water is necessary for Baptism. ~Because it is written ( 493 3, 66 | Eph. 4:5): "One faith, one baptism." But in many ~parts of 494 3, 66 | seems that there can be no Baptism without immersion.~Aquin.: 495 3, 66 | buried together ~with Him, by Baptism into death." But this is 496 3, 66 | immersion is ~essential to Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 497 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, if Baptism is valid without total immersion 498 3, 66 | the principal purpose of Baptism, is not in only one part ~ 499 3, 66 | immersion is necessary for Baptism, ~and that mere sprinkling 500 3, 66 | that, In the sacrament of Baptism water is put to the use


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