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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 107 | a bishop, and ~another a priest, and another a deacon. Therefore 2 2, 73 | guardian of justice, or if a priest were to be a fornicator, 3 2, 100 | from Dt. ~20:3, where the priest is commanded (to speak thus): " 4 2, 102 | written (Lev. 1:13): "The priest shall offer it ~all and 5 2, 102 | says ~(Heb. 10:11) that the priest of the Old Law "often" offered " 6 2, 102 | specially for the sin of the priest, the ~whole victim was burnt 7 2, 102 | allotted to the use of the priest, in order to prevent a certain 8 2, 102 | This is also denoted the priest's need ~of wisdom in the 9 2, 102 | offered for the sin of a priest, or of a prince, or of ~ 10 2, 102 | calf was offered for a ~priest's ignorance, and a ram for 11 2, 102 | signified the office of the priest, whose duty it was to bring ~ 12 2, 102 | of incense: because the priest is the mediator ~between 13 2, 102 | God ~by the hands of the priest could be present in the 14 2, 102 | for ~"He was made a . . . priest for ever" (Heb. 6:20). And 15 2, 102 | Num. 19:7, seqq.) that the priest who immolated her was rendered 16 2, 102 | sins of the people that the priest should confess the sins ~ 17 2, 102 | from all their sins, "the priest" dipped ~"his finger in 18 2, 102 | delivered ~"to Eleazar the priest," because Christ was delivered 19 2, 102 | gate" (Heb. 13:12). And the priest dipped ~"his finger in her 20 2, 102 | of washing away sins. The priest who immolated and burned 21 2, 102 | infirmity," it behooved the priest first of all to offer a 22 2, 102 | been offered up. Hence the priest put his hand on its ~head, 23 2, 102 | brought into the Holies by the priest, because the entrance ~to 24 2, 102 | where it was said that the priest, "when he shall find that 25 2, 102 | far as the verdict of the priest restored him to the ~society 26 2, 102 | the legal rite, when the ~priest erred in his judgment.~Aquin.: 27 2, 102 | Israel, in token that ~the priest bore the burden of the whole 28 2, 103 | Melchisedech . . . was the priest of the most high God." ~ 29 2, 103 | blood of the calf, the priest expiated "the sanctuary 30 2, 103 | sacrifice for sin "the ~priest shall pray for him . . . 31 2, 103 | Lev. ~14:3,4) that the priest, "going out of the camp, 32 2, 103 | whence it is evident that the priest was appointed the ~judge 33 2, 103 | say, however, that if a priest were to err in his ~judgment, 34 2, 103 | the water "on ~which" the priest had "heaped curses," as 35 2, 103 | says on Ezech. ~44:31 ("The priest shall not eat of anything 36 2, 105 | the people could become a priest: since ~honor was given 37 2, 105 | the approach of battle the priest should hearten them by ~ 38 2, 15 | seem more necessary to a ~priest than to a king, wherefore 39 2, 15 | 2:7): "The lips ~of the priest shall keep knowledge, and 40 2, 31 | viii), for rebuking a priest with insolence, by striking 41 2, 60 | another's property through the priest to whom he ~confesses.~Aquin.: 42 2, 62 | of the calf (Ex. 32), the priest Phinees slew ~the Israelite 43 2, 68 | witnesses; nor a cardinal priest of the Roman Church, unless 44 2, 77 | obligation to ~restore, or when a priest is bound to say Mass, and 45 2, 77 | observing continence. Again a priest is not bound to say Mass, 46 2, 83 | our God. Wherefore the priest says not: I offer sacrifice 47 2, 84 | the sacraments, not by the priest ~himself to whom the oblations 48 2, 84 | 1/1~I answer that, The priest is appointed mediator and 49 2, 84 | Heb. 5:1): "Every high priest taken from among men is ~ 50 2, 84 | and thou shalt go to ~the priest that shall be in those days, 51 2, 84 | passage ~continues: "The priest taking the basket containing 52 2, 84 | the ~earth: and since a priest is "ordained for the people " 53 2, 84 | people were ~granted to the priest's use." Wherefore it is 54 2, 85 | tithes to Melchisedech, the priest of ~the Most High God, according 55 2, 86 | consecrated, e.g. one who is a priest, to be a priest no more, ~ 56 2, 86 | who is a priest, to be a priest no more, ~although a prelate 57 2, 87 | quis presbyter): "Let ~a priest be examined 'by his sacred 58 2, 97 | under murder, if one kill a priest under lust, as the violation 59 2, 97 | says that "a trifle on a ~priest's lips is a sacrilege or 60 2, 98 | Baptism, for instance if a priest were ~unwilling to baptize 61 2, 98 | ought one to sin, if the priest be unwilling to baptize 62 2, 98 | as though there were no priest available for the baptism. 63 2, 98 | lawfully buy the water from the priest, because it is ~merely a 64 2, 98 | to be baptized, and the priest were unwilling to baptize 65 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The priest receives money, not as the 66 2, 109 | of Israel, who slew the priest of ~Baal, pretending that 67 2, 148 | xli, xlii): ~"A bishop, priest or deacon who is given to 68 2, 171 | himself, but being the High Priest of that year, he ~prophesied 69 2, 182 | v) that "when the high ~priest," i.e. the bishop, "is ordained, 70 2, 182 | city," etc. says: "Formerly priest was the same as bishop," 71 2, 182 | Reply OBJ 1: We may speak of priest and bishop in two ways. 72 2, 182 | the English 'bishop' and 'priest' are derived.] ~Hence the 73 2, 182 | distinction existed between a priest and a bishop."~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 182 | the archdeacon or parish priest receives ~his cure by simple 75 2, 182 | as the ~office of bishop, priest, or deacon; while in God' 76 2, 182 | ask ~that he be made a priest, the bishop shall take him 77 2, 182 | in the ~office of parish priest or archdeacon than in the 78 2, 182 | religious by state, a ~deacon or priest by order, having the cure 79 2, 182 | surpasses the office of parish ~priest or archdeacon, because a 80 2, 182 | perfection, whereas the parish priest or archdeacon does not ~ 81 2, 182 | that he speaks not of a priest of lesser order who has 82 2, 183 | parts are to be used ~by the priest, under pain of suspension, 83 2, 184 | For ~the prophet and the priest are defiled; and in My house 84 2, 185 | and it is unlawful for a priest to ~deliver judgment because 85 2, 185 | the bishop to a simple ~priest. In this sense it is said 86 2, 187 | Consaldus): "Consaldus, a priest under ~pressure of sickness 87 2, 187 | command that the aforesaid priest be admitted to his benefice 88 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This priest had made, not a solemn, 89 2, 187 | if he can. Since then a priest is ~able to fulfil the cure 90 2, 187 | seem unlawful for a parish priest or ~archdeacon to pass over 91 3, 4 | should have such a high priest . . . ~separated from sinners." 92 3, 22 | that Christ should be a priest?~(2) Of the victim offered 93 3, 22 | the victim offered by this priest;~(3) Of the effect of this 94 3, 22 | Whether He should be called "a priest according to the order of ~ 95 3, 22 | that Christ should be a priest?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 96 3, 22 | that Christ should be a priest. For a ~priest is less than 97 3, 22 | should be a priest. For a ~priest is less than an angel; whence 98 3, 22 | that Christ should be a priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 99 3, 22 | that Christ should be a priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 100 3, 22 | may minister to Me in the priest's office." But ~Christ is 101 3, 22 | that Christ should be ~a priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 102 3, 22 | The office proper to a priest is to be a mediator between ~ 103 3, 22 | people, wherefore "sacerdos" [priest] means a giver of sacred 104 3, 22 | the law at his," ~i.e. the priest's, "mouth"; and again, forasmuch 105 3, 22 | that Christ should ~be a priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 106 3, 22 | Hier. ~ix), so that the priest himself, as being between 107 3, 22 | lawgiver, another is a priest, another is a king; but 108 3, 22 | Christ was Himself both priest and victim?~Aquin.: SMT 109 3, 22 | Christ Himself was not both priest and victim. ~For it is the 110 3, 22 | For it is the duty of the priest to slay the victim. But 111 3, 22 | Therefore He was not both priest and victim.~Aquin.: SMT 112 3, 22 | that it appertains to the priest "to offer gifts and ~sacrifices 113 3, 22 | Himself, as man, ~was not only priest, but also a perfect victim, 114 3, 22 | own ~sake." But Christ is priest, not as God, but as man. 115 3, 22 | a calf for the sin of a priest, as we gather from ~Lev. 116 3, 22 | 1: Although Christ was a priest, not as God, but as man, 117 3, 22 | one and the same was both priest and God. Wherefore in the 118 3, 22 | Christ Himself both is the ~priest who offers it and the victim: 119 3, 22 | For it belongs to the ~priest's office to pray for the 120 3, 22 | priesthood of Christ. But the priest of the Old Law offered sacrifice 121 3, 22 | him be anathema." But the priest's office consists ~principally 122 3, 22 | As stated above (A[1]), a priest is set between God and ~ 123 3, 22 | entire priesthood: for the ~priest of the Old Law was a figure 124 3, 22 | figure of Him; while the priest of the New ~Law works in 125 3, 22 | Heb. 5:6), "Thou art a ~priest for ever according to the 126 3, 22 | offering of a sacrifice ~by any priest - namely, the sacrifice 127 3, 22 | wherefore the figural ~priest of the Old Law could not 128 3, 22 | can be expiated by the ~priest's sacrifice. But this will 129 3, 22 | 3: Further, Christ is a priest, not as God, but as man. 130 3, 22 | Ps. 109:4): "Thou art a priest for ever."~Aquin.: SMT TP 131 3, 22 | as being the principal priest. Now that which is principal 132 3, 22 | Christ should not be called a priest according to the ~order 133 3, 22 | Christ should not be called a priest according to ~the order 134 3, 22 | Ps. 109:4): "Thou art a priest for ever ~according to the 135 3, 22 | latter were a more excellent priest, but because he ~foreshadowed 136 3, 26 | Mediator ~of God and man. For a priest and a prophet seem to be 137 3, 26 | proper to ~Christ to be a priest and a prophet. Neither, 138 3, 29 | If the ~daughter of a priest be taken in whoredom, and 139 3, 30 | temperate than the words of the priest. She says: How shall this 140 3, 31 | to be king, prophet, and priest. ~Now Abraham was a priest; 141 3, 31 | priest. ~Now Abraham was a priest; which is clear from the 142 3, 31 | Christ, who is both king and priest, should be ~born of both 143 3, 31 | Aaron, who was the first ~priest according to the Law, married 144 3, 31 | prominence to the office of the priest in ~expiating our sins, 145 3, 31 | bishop pays tithes to a priest ~does not hinder his son, 146 3, 31 | higher rank than an ~ordinary priest. Consequently, although 147 3, 31 | a father pay tithes to a priest, as the less to the ~greater, 148 3, 31 | bishop, is greater than that priest, ~not through carnal origin, 149 3, 48 | was made the body of our ~Priest?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 150 3, 50 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every priest is a man. But during those 151 3, 50 | days of ~death Christ was a priest: otherwise what is said 152 3, 50 | not ~be true: "Thou art a priest for ever." Therefore Christ 153 3, 50 | man is competent to be a priest is by reason of the ~soul, 154 3, 63 | to Ps. 109:4: "Thou art a priest for ~ever, according to 155 3, 64 | whatever the lower can; thus a priest can do whatever a ~deacon 156 3, 64 | Heb. 5:1): "Every high priest taken ~from among men, is 157 3, 64 | for instance if, when a priest goes to baptize someone, ~ 158 3, 64 | sacrament: for instance, a priest may intend to baptize a ~ 159 3, 65 | mere minister such as a priest, by whom the sacraments 160 3, 66 | xlix) we read: "If any priest or bishop confer baptism ~ 161 3, 66 | anointed on the head by the priest with Holy Chrism, who ~proceeds 162 3, 66 | in the ~presence of the priest: the martyr in the presence 163 3, 67 | Whether this belongs to a priest, or to a bishop only?~(3) 164 3, 67 | further on: "Without bishop or priest they must not dare ~to baptize, 165 3, 67 | just as it belongs to a ~priest to consecrate the Eucharist, 166 3, 67 | is the proper office of a priest to baptize: since it ~seems 167 3, 67 | a layman, but only by a priest, whose office it is to ~ 168 3, 67 | cleric in the presence of a priest. The last, ~however, can 169 3, 67 | should be conferred by a priest having charge of souls, 170 3, 68 | sins, which is made to a priest; and such ~confession is 171 3, 68 | outward confession to a priest, is that the priest may 172 3, 68 | to a priest, is that the priest may absolve him ~from his 173 3, 71 | expulsion is signified by the (priest) breathing (upon the person ~ 174 3, 71 | Baptism; for instance, the priest ~anoints the baptized on 175 3, 71 | spittle and the touch of the priest, the Divine wisdom and ~ 176 3, 71 | Whether it belongs to a priest to catechize and exorcize 177 3, 71 | it does not belong to a priest to catechize and ~exorcize 178 3, 71 | minister compared to the priest, is as a secondary ~and 179 3, 71 | But the ~operation of the priest in conferring the sacrament 180 3, 71 | deacons co-operate with the priest in ~bestowing the sacraments 181 3, 71 | inferior ministers assist ~the priest in those things which are 182 3, 71 | were, instrumental, but the priest's is principal. ~Aquin.: 183 3, 71 | but as ministers of the priest ~in these things.~Aquin.: 184 3, 72 | says (Registr. iv): "Let no priest dare to sign ~the baptized 185 3, 72 | the imposition of the high priest's ~hands, in order that 186 3, 72 | baptized is ~signed by the priest with chrism on the top of 187 3, 72 | does ~not. But a simple priest, in virtue of his office, 188 3, 72 | imagination. But a simple priest can anoint the baptized 189 3, 72 | baptized is ~signed by the priest with chrism on the top of 190 3, 73 | 109:4) Christ is called "a priest according to ~the order 191 3, 74 | of this sacrament if the priest were to wish to ~consecrate 192 3, 74 | have maintained that the priest could not consecrate ~an 193 3, 74 | present; otherwise the parish priest ~having few parishioners 194 3, 74 | the first. Hence, if the priest ~intends to consecrate the 195 3, 74 | Extra, De Celebr. Miss.), a ~priest is punished "for presuming 196 3, 74 | it is suitable that every priest observe the rite of his 197 3, 74 | the flour." Hence, as a ~priest sins by celebrating with 198 3, 74 | Latin Church, so a ~Greek priest celebrating with unfermented 199 3, 74 | Consequently we give order that no priest ~shall do this in future." 200 3, 75 | which are spoken by the priest, so that the ~last instant 201 3, 77 | handled and broken by the priest's hands, broken and ~crushed 202 3, 78 | iv) says: "The invisible Priest changes visible ~creatures 203 3, 78 | spoken in the person of the priest saying ~them, whereas the 204 3, 78 | perfecting the sacrament, the priest uses no longer his own words, 205 3, 78 | power, which ~through the priest who is an animated instrument, 206 3, 78 | not hold good, because the priest in ~consecrating uses these 207 3, 78 | must be held that if the priest were to pronounce only ~ 208 3, 78 | those that precede. The priest, however, ~would sin gravely 209 3, 78 | form. Hence it is that ~the priest pronounces all these words, 210 3, 78 | way of narration: ~for the priest relates that Christ said: " 211 3, 78 | even ~when spoken by the priest they are taken significatively, 212 3, 78 | does it matter that the priest pronounces them by way of ~ 213 3, 78 | consecrating power, by whatever priest they be uttered, as if ~ 214 3, 79 | like fashion even when the priest consecrates several hosts 215 3, 80 | not from St. Jerome]. Say, priest, ~say, cleric, how dost 216 3, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the priest ought to deny the body of 217 3, 80 | OBJ 1: It seems that the priest should deny the body of 218 3, 80 | imputed to a ~bishop or priest, for each charge he must 219 3, 80 | tribunal." Nevertheless a priest who has knowledge of the 220 3, 80 | defamed, nevertheless for ~the priest administering the body of 221 3, 80 | consecrated one; because the priest by so doing, so far as he 222 3, 80 | because there is no other priest at hand."~Aquin.: SMT TP 223 3, 80 | Consecratione: ~"Let the priest at once take Communion to 224 3, 80 | For in olden times, the priest celebrated Mass less frequently, ~ 225 3, 80 | Penance; and if, when the priest who has been sent for comes ~ 226 3, 80 | the advice of his parish priest, ~and for some reasonable 227 3, 80 | refrain on the advice of their priest," are ~excused.~Aquin.: 228 3, 80 | consequently, since it is the priest's duty both to ~consecrate 229 3, 80 | but to be received by the priest alone.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 230 3, 80 | blood, provided that the priest who ~consecrates receive 231 3, 80 | the sacrament. Because the priest both offers ~and consumes 232 3, 81 | words now spoken by the priest in the ~person of Christ 233 3, 82 | Whether it belongs to a priest alone to consecrate this 234 3, 82 | Whether it belongs to the priest alone to dispense this sacrament?~( 235 3, 82 | Whether it is lawful for the priest consecrating to refrain 236 3, 82 | communicating?~(5) Whether a priest in sin can perform this 237 3, 82 | Whether the Mass of a wicked priest is of less value than that 238 3, 82 | sinning?~(10) Whether a priest may lawfully refrain altogether 239 3, 82 | this sacrament belongs to a priest alone?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 240 3, 82 | belong ~exclusively to a priest. Because it was said above ( 241 3, 82 | changed, whether spoken by a ~priest or by anyone else. Therefore, 242 3, 82 | it seems that not only a priest, but ~anyone else, can consecrate 243 3, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the priest performs this sacrament 244 3, 82 | that "every holy ~man is a priest."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 245 3, 82 | sacrament is not proper ~to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 246 3, 82 | Therefore it belongs, ~not to a priest, but only to a bishop, to 247 3, 82 | dist. 25): "It belongs to a priest to consecrate this sacrament 248 3, 82 | behalf is bestowed upon the ~priest at his ordination: for thereby 249 3, 82 | the power delivered to the priest in his consecration and ~ 250 3, 82 | upon the Church; but the priest receives no ~such power 251 3, 82 | individual. But the power of a priest consecrating ~is not less 252 3, 82 | stated above (A[1]), when a priest is ordained he is ~placed 253 3, 82 | OBJ 2: If each individual priest were acting in his own power, ~ 254 3, 82 | sufficient. But whereas the priest does not consecrate except 255 3, 82 | this sacrament belongs to a priest alone?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 256 3, 82 | sacrament does not belong ~to a priest alone. For Christ's blood 257 3, 82 | it does not belong to a priest to dispense the Lord's body.~ 258 3, 82 | the bishop and not to the priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 259 3, 82 | to continue; and let the priest himself communicate the 260 3, 82 | Christ's body belongs to the priest for ~three reasons. First, 261 3, 82 | Christ's body belongs to the priest, ~so likewise does the dispensing 262 3, 82 | Secondly, because the ~priest is the appointed intermediary 263 3, 82 | consecrated, and ~likewise the priest's hands, for touching this 264 3, 82 | bidding of a bishop ~or of a priest. First of all, because Christ' 265 3, 82 | because deacons ~are between priest and people, the dispensing 266 3, 82 | a measure, shares in the priest's "power ~of enlightening" ( 267 3, 82 | dispenses the blood. so ~the priest shares in the "perfective 268 3, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the priest who consecrates is bound 269 3, 82 | OBJ 1: It seems that the priest who consecrates is not bound 270 3, 82 | the matter. Therefore, the priest performing this sacrament 271 3, 82 | sacrament. Therefore the priest who consecrates this sacrament 272 3, 82 | communicants. Therefore the priest who ~consecrates is not 273 3, 82 | observed ~that as often as the priest sacrifices the body and 274 3, 82 | it is necessary for the ~priest, as often as he consecrates, 275 3, 82 | this ~sacrament does the priest consecrate himself, but 276 3, 82 | the cross." Nor does the priest ~transgress on that account, 277 3, 82 | human laws. Nevertheless the priest would be well advised to 278 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Whether a wicked priest can consecrate the Eucharist?~ 279 3, 82 | It seems that a wicked priest cannot consecrate the Eucharist. ~ 280 3, 82 | is requisite, and not the priest's merits: of whom it is ~ 281 3, 82 | it is ~said: 'Let not the priest, in whatever defilement 282 3, 82 | Septuagint). But the sinful ~priest, being defiled, has neither 283 3, 82 | sacrament. Therefore a sinful priest cannot consecrate the Eucharist.~ 284 3, 82 | the Divine Mystery, if the priest invoking him be ~proved 285 3, 82 | consecrated by a wicked priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 286 3, 82 | sacrament is consecrated by the priest's blessing. ~But a sinful 287 3, 82 | blessing. ~But a sinful priest's blessing is not efficacious 288 3, 82 | greater is done by a good priest, nothing less by an evil 289 3, 82 | nothing less by an evil priest, ~because it is not by the 290 3, 82 | said above (AA[1],3), the priest consecrates this ~sacrament 291 3, 82 | his meaning is that the priest who is a sinner ought not 292 3, 82 | He comes, not through the priest's ~merits, but through the 293 3, 82 | Christ, Whose words the priest utters.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 294 3, 82 | the blessing of a sinful priest, inasmuch as he acts ~unworthily 295 3, 82 | Whether the mass of a sinful priest is of less worth than the 296 3, 82 | than the mass of a ~good priest?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 297 3, 82 | that the mass of a sinful priest is not of less worth ~than 298 3, 82 | worth ~than that of a good priest. For Pope Gregory says in 299 3, 82 | Therefore the mass of a sinful priest is not of less value than 300 3, 82 | than the mass ~of a good priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 301 3, 82 | when conferred by a better ~priest, as was said above (Q[64], 302 3, 82 | is celebrated by a better priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 303 3, 82 | if the mass of a better priest be itself better, it ~follows 304 3, 82 | follows that the mass of a bad priest must be bad. Now this is ~ 305 3, 82 | is the mass of a better priest the better.~Aquin.: SMT 306 3, 82 | q. 1: "The worthier the ~priest, the sooner is he heard 307 3, 82 | concerned, the mass of a wicked priest is not of less ~value than 308 3, 82 | value than that of a good priest, because the same sacrifice 309 3, 82 | from the devotion of the ~priest interceding, and in this 310 3, 82 | the ~mass of the better priest is the more fruitful. In 311 3, 82 | the prayer is said by the priest in the mass in the place 312 3, 82 | entire Church, of which the priest is the minister; and this 313 3, 82 | prayer even of the sinful ~priest is fruitful, not only that 314 3, 82 | blessing in the mass of a good priest is ~fruitful to others. 315 3, 82 | the Church. But when the priest consecrates the ~Eucharist, 316 3, 82 | power of ~his ordination, a priest can consecrate the Eucharist. 317 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The priest, in reciting the prayers 318 3, 82 | orders. Consequently, if a priest severed from the unity ~ 319 3, 82 | 1/1~Whether a degraded priest can consecrate this sacrament?~ 320 3, 82 | It seems that a degraded priest cannot consecrate this sacrament. ~ 321 3, 82 | of ~consecrating. But the priest "who has been degraded has 322 3, 82 | it seems that a degraded priest cannot consecrate the Eucharist.~ 323 3, 82 | ordaining ~gives to the priest the power of consecrating. 324 3, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the priest, by degradation, loses either 325 3, 82 | consecrating, and so the degraded priest can ~perform this sacrament.~ 326 3, 82 | evident that the degraded priest can perform this sacrament.~ 327 3, 82 | one hear the mass of ~a priest whom he knows without doubt 328 3, 82 | be ~consumed by a lawful priest): but what we shun is the 329 3, 82 | Whether it is lawful for a priest to refrain entirely from 330 3, 82 | seems to be lawful for a priest to refrain entirely from ~ 331 3, 82 | Eucharist. Because, as it is the priest's office to ~consecrate 332 3, 82 | other sacraments. But the priest is not bound to act as a 333 3, 82 | it is not lawful for the priest ~who is in a state of sin, 334 3, 82 | that, Some have said that a priest may lawfully refrain ~altogether 335 3, 82 | it is not lawful for ~the priest, even though he has not 336 3, 82 | offered to God, to ~which the priest is bound from the order 337 3, 82 | Reply OBJ 2: The sinful priest, if deprived by the Church' 338 3, 82 | sickness contracted by a priest after his ~ordination does 339 3, 83 | Christ's sacrifice ~the priest and the victim are one and 340 3, 83 | celebration of ~this sacrament the priest and the victim are not the 341 3, 83 | reason (cf. Reply OBJ[2]) the priest also ~bears Christ's image, 342 3, 83 | And so, in a measure, the priest and victim are one and the ~ 343 3, 83 | greater frequency if the priest celebrates ~several times 344 3, 83 | Therefore it seems that the priest ought not to be ~hindered 345 3, 83 | II, "it is enough for a priest to ~celebrate one mass each 346 3, 83 | urges, it suffices for a priest to ~celebrate only one mass 347 3, 83 | Consecr., dist. ~1): "Let no priest presume to say mass except 348 3, 83 | celebrating. And therefore, if the priest ~pronounces the words of 349 3, 83 | of this sacrament is the priest, as stated ~above (Q[82], 350 3, 83 | ought to be uttered by the priest, and not some by the ministers, 351 3, 83 | is to no purpose that the priest asks for the perfecting 352 3, 83 | it is unfitting for the ~priest to pray that this sacrifice 353 3, 83 | it is improper for the ~priest to ask: "Bid these things 354 3, 83 | contains the prayer which the priest makes for the ~people, that 355 3, 83 | of the offerers, ~and the priest's prayer asking for the 356 3, 83 | In the next place the priest ~makes a "commemoration," 357 3, 83 | private prayer, which the priest puts ~up specially for the 358 3, 83 | reception of the sacrament, the priest receiving first, ~and afterwards 359 3, 83 | the Communion); and the priest returning thanks by ~prayer, 360 3, 83 | De Orat. Domin. 31), "The priest, in saying the Preface, ~ 361 3, 83 | are other words which the priest begins and the ~people take 362 3, 83 | the ~people take up, the priest then acting as in the person 363 3, 83 | glory; and therefore the priest ~intones the "Creed" and 364 3, 83 | are other words which the priest ~alone recites, namely, 365 3, 83 | namely, such as are common to priest and people ~alike, such 366 3, 83 | however, belong to the ~priest alone, such as the oblation 367 3, 83 | have to be said by the ~priest in secret. Nevertheless, 368 3, 83 | ever and ever." Or the ~priest secretly pronounces some 369 3, 83 | can be hindered by ~the priest's intention. Nor is there 370 3, 83 | R.O. 7 Para. 2/2~But the priest does not seem to pray there 371 3, 83 | devotion. Consequently the priest ~asks that this sacrifice 372 3, 83 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 9: The priest does not pray that the sacramental 373 3, 83 | God the prayers of ~both priest and people, according to 374 3, 83 | name [missa]; because the priest ~sends [mittit] his prayers 375 3, 83 | the people do ~through the priest. or else because Christ 376 3, 83 | is not fitting ~that the priest should wash his hands when 377 3, 83 | it is not fitting for the priest to use incense during ~mass.~ 378 3, 83 | it is not proper for the priest to ~repeat the sign of the 379 3, 83 | is much greater than the ~priest. Therefore quite unseemingly 380 3, 83 | Therefore quite unseemingly the priest, after the consecration, ~ 381 3, 83 | gestures, ~e.g. for the priest to stretch out his arms 382 3, 83 | seems ridiculous for the priest to turn round ~frequently 383 3, 83 | it is not proper for the priest to divide the host.~Aquin.: 384 3, 83 | is out of place for the priest, after taking Christ's blood, 385 3, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 12: Further, the priest addresses in the plural 386 3, 83 | it seems unfitting for a ~priest to say mass with only a 387 3, 83 | Para. 1/10~Reply OBJ 3: The priest, in celebrating the mass, 388 3, 83 | mention is made of these, the ~priest makes use of the sign of 389 3, 83 | After the consecration, the priest makes the sign of the ~cross, 390 3, 83 | actions performed by the priest in mass are not ~ridiculous 391 3, 83 | represent something ~else. The priest in extending his arms signifies 392 3, 83 | OBJ 6: Five times does the priest turn round towards the people, ~ 393 3, 83 | A[3], OBJ[3]). But the priest greets the people seven 394 3, 83 | parte), ~it is said: "The priest should always cleanse his 395 3, 83 | consecrated, of which the ~priest and ministers or even the 396 3, 83 | same distinction: "Let the priest always have the ~Eucharist 397 3, 83 | also been ordained, that no priest is to presume to celebrate ~ 398 3, 83 | answer in the plural to ~the priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 399 3, 83 | after the ~consecration the priest dies or goes mad, or is 400 3, 83 | s statute, whereby ~the priest consecrating must communicate 401 3, 83 | before the consecration, the ~priest remembers that he has eaten 402 3, 83 | consecration. ~Or even that the priest comes to know that poison 403 3, 83 | overlooked, and that ~the priest discovers this. Therefore 404 3, 83 | sometimes happens that the priest cannot remember ~having 405 3, 83 | host will slip from the priest's hands into the chalice, 406 3, 83 | breaking. In this case then the priest will not be able to ~comply 407 3, 83 | it happens, owing to the priest's want ~of care, that Christ' 408 3, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: If the priest be stricken by death or 409 3, 83 | for the bishop or another priest to finish ~the consecration 410 3, 83 | completed either by the priest who began it, or by the 411 3, 83 | and let no minister or priest presume ever to ~leave the 412 3, 83 | consecration has ~been begun the priest remembers that he has eaten 413 3, 83 | from the invisible High ~Priest Jesus Christ for his act 414 3, 83 | has been ~poisoned, the priest should neither receive it 415 3, 83 | consecration of the body the priest detect that either the wine 416 3, 83 | words of consecration the priest ~perceive that no wine has 417 3, 83 | Reply OBJ 5: Although the priest may not recollect having 418 3, 83 | 2~But if it seem to the priest that he has probably omitted 419 3, 83 | inside the altar ~and let the priest do penance for forty days. 420 3, 83 | washed three times by the priest, holding the chalice ~below, 421 3, 83 | Penitential of Bede ~the Priest: "If, owing to drunkenness 422 3, 83 | days' penance." And the priest seems to deserve the same ~ 423 3, 84 | and on the part of the ~priest absolving, because the penitent 424 3, 84 | and in like manner the priest, by his ~deed and word with 425 3, 84 | repentant sinner, and ~by the priest in giving absolution; that 426 3, 84 | from sin. Therefore the priest should say not: "I absolve ~ 427 3, 84 | neither can ~this be done by a priest unless it be revealed to 428 3, 84 | seems presumptuous ~for a priest, who has received no revelation 429 3, 84 | on earth," etc. Now the priest, ~relying on the authority 430 3, 84 | that which is done by the priest. Wherefore the part taken 431 3, 84 | while the part taken by the priest, takes the place of ~the 432 3, 84 | removal is ~expressed by the priest saying: "I absolve thee": 433 3, 84 | because by such words the priest does not signify the ~giving 434 3, 84 | exclude the fact that the priest ~pronounces absolution.~ 435 3, 84 | because the words of ~the priest in this sacrament work as 436 3, 84 | forgiven them." Yet the priest says: "I absolve thee," 437 3, 84 | Nevertheless, since the priest absolves ministerially, 438 3, 84 | authority of God, by the ~priest saying: "I absolve thee 439 3, 84 | to the discretion of the ~priest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 440 3, 84 | Wherefore, just as the priest in baptizing anyone, declares 441 3, 84 | revelation to be ~made to the priest, but the general revelation 442 3, 84 | Whether the imposition of the priest's hands is necessary for 443 3, 84 | that the imposition of the priest's hands is ~necessary for 444 3, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the priest's words are not more efficacious 445 3, 84 | thus, in Baptism, ~the priest while saying: "I baptize 446 3, 84 | saying: "I absolve thee," the priest ~should perform some action 447 3, 84 | as in the Eucharist the priest perfects the sacrament by ~ 448 3, 84 | the mere words which the ~priest while absolving pronounces 449 3, 84 | necessary on the part of ~the priest, the sign of the cross, 450 3, 84 | Passion operates ~through the priest's absolution and the acts 451 3, 84 | while the part taken by the priest, ~who works as Christ's 452 3, 84 | ram without blemish to the priest, according to the measure ~ 453 3, 84 | estimation of the sin, and the priest shall pray for him, because 454 3, 84 | confessed his sin ~to the priest. And accordingly it is written ( 455 3, 84 | in which Christ is both priest ~and victim.~Aquin.: SMT 456 3, 84 | his sins verbally to the priest who absolves him, and makes ~ 457 3, 84 | according to the judgment of the priest. Such ~penance need not 458 3, 89 | Me, to do the office of ~priest": and as laid down in the 459 3, 89 | confess them secretly to a priest, may be retained ~in the 460 3, 90 | to ~the judgment of the priest standing in God's place, 461 Suppl, 6 | enjoined satisfaction which the priest moderates according to the ~ 462 Suppl, 6 | present himself ~before the priest, and declare himself to 463 Suppl, 6 | confessor. Now he who tells the priest something other than ~what 464 Suppl, 6 | his state known to the priest, but hides it; wherefore 465 Suppl, 6 | leaving the verdict to the priest, whose business it is ~to 466 Suppl, 6 | confess immediately to a priest if there be one at hand.~ 467 Suppl, 6 | omits to do so, ~with a priest at hand, he would commit 468 Suppl, 6 | sin: for instance, if a priest be bound to say ~Mass, and 469 Suppl, 6 | without confessing first, if a priest be at hand, and there be 470 Suppl, 7 | sins in the presence of a ~priest." Others define it thus: " 471 Suppl, 7 | manifestation is made, viz. the priest; ~fourthly, its cause, viz. 472 Suppl, 7 | Reply OBJ 1: Although the priest, as a man, may sometimes 473 Suppl, 7 | sin is laid bare to the priest, and ~closed to others by 474 Suppl, 8 | necessary to confess to a priest?~(2) Whether it is ever 475 Suppl, 8 | confess to another than a priest?~(3) Whether outside a case 476 Suppl, 8 | necessity one who is not a priest can hear ~the confession 477 Suppl, 8 | man to confess to his own priest?~(5) Whether it is lawful 478 Suppl, 8 | to another than his own ~priest, in virtue of a privilege 479 Suppl, 8 | death can be absolved by any priest?~(7) Whether the temporal 480 Suppl, 8 | necessary to confess to a priest?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 481 Suppl, 8 | necessary to confess to a priest. ~For we are not bound to 482 Suppl, 8 | there is no mention of a ~priest. Therefore it is not necessary 483 Suppl, 8 | necessary to confess to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 484 Suppl, 8 | sometimes another ~than a priest might be more discreet than 485 Suppl, 8 | necessary to confess to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 486 Suppl, 8 | rector or ~prelate is not a priest. Therefore confession should 487 Suppl, 8 | not always be made ~to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 488 Suppl, 8 | confession should be made to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 489 Suppl, 8 | confession should be made to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 490 Suppl, 8 | given; and this belongs to a priest alone, who can consecrate 491 Suppl, 8 | of Penance, ~none but a priest is the minister of the sacrament: 492 Suppl, 8 | should be made to none but a priest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 493 Suppl, 8 | by God to ~be made to a priest, in that He empowered them, 494 Suppl, 8 | fixed by another than a priest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 495 Suppl, 8 | belongs to the man, i.e. the priest, whose ~business it is to 496 Suppl, 8 | confess to another than a priest?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[2] 497 Suppl, 8 | confess to another than ~a priest. For confession is a sacramental 498 Suppl, 8 | minister of Penance is a priest, it seems that confession 499 Suppl, 8 | the judge is none but a ~priest, who has the power of binding 500 Suppl, 8 | should not be ~repeated by a priest. But if anyone confess to


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