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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 19 | means of another when he ~orders another to perform a work, 2 1, 20 | desire, in so far ~as He orders them to rational creatures, 3 1, 22 | said to be prudent, who orders well his acts towards the 4 1, 23 | inasmuch as ~we execute His orders, according to 1 Cor. 3:9: " 5 1, 50 | wisdom devising the various orders of immaterial substances.~ 6 1, 55 | in him: because the lower orders of beings are ~essentially 7 1, 61 | Dominations, and the ~other orders served God?" Damascene also 8 1, 61 | belonged to the inferior orders. But there is nothing to 9 1, 63 | according to persons and ~orders. Therefore if more angelic 10 1, 63 | sinned were not from all the orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 11 1, 63 | however, the ~names of some orders, as of Seraphim and Thrones, 12 1, 64 | welfare of the inferior orders through the superior. But 13 1, 76 | being united to it, and orders itself by its own reasoning."~ 14 1, 77 | one another?~(4) Of the orders of the powers, one to another;~( 15 1, 51 | wisdom devising the various orders of immaterial substances.~ 16 1, 56 | in him: because the lower orders of beings are ~essentially 17 1, 62 | Dominations, and the ~other orders served God?" Damascene also 18 1, 62 | belonged to the inferior orders. But there is nothing to 19 1, 64 | according to persons and ~orders. Therefore if more angelic 20 1, 64 | sinned were not from all the orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 21 1, 64 | however, the ~names of some orders, as of Seraphim and Thrones, 22 1, 65 | welfare of the inferior orders through the superior. But 23 1, 75 | being united to it, and orders itself by its own reasoning."~ 24 1, 76 | one another?~(4) Of the orders of the powers, one to another;~( 25 1, 80 | to resist in any way the orders ~of the one that commands 26 1, 80 | which they can resist ~the orders of him who commands. And 27 1, 84 | we must distinguish two orders of nature: one, by way of 28 1, 86 | take things of different orders the axiom is not true: ~ 29 1, 89 | remain in their different orders entirely free from matter. 30 1, 104 | results a multiplicity of orders, subjected ~one to the other, 31 1, 105 | Theologians plainly show that the ~orders of the heavenly beings are 32 1, 106 | A[1]). But an angel ever orders his mental ~concept to God. 33 1, 107 | DEGREES OF HIERARCHIES AND ORDERS (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We next 34 1, 107 | in their hierarchies and ~orders; for it was said above ( 35 1, 107 | distinction of hierarchies and orders is natural?~(5) Of the names 36 1, 107 | Of the comparison of the orders to one another.~(7) Whether 37 1, 107 | another.~(7) Whether the orders will outlast the Day of 38 1, 107 | taken up into the angelic orders?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 39 1, 107 | we treat of each ~of the orders (A[6]). In this way are 40 1, 107 | Whether there are several orders in one hierarchy?~Aquin.: 41 1, 107 | hierarchy there are not several ~orders. For when a definition is 42 1, 107 | Therefore, if there are many orders, there is not one hierarchy 43 1, 107 | OBJ 2: Further, different orders are different grades, and 44 1, 107 | there are not ~different orders of angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP 45 1, 107 | ecclesiastical hierarchy the orders are ~distinguished according 46 1, 107 | there is no distinction of orders among the angels.~Aquin.: 47 1, 107 | which are the various orders of the angels, and some 48 1, 107 | were not in it different orders. So the nature of a hierarchy ~ 49 1, 107 | hierarchy ~requires diversity of orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 50 1, 107 | where there are different orders ~according to the different 51 1, 107 | city thus comprises several orders, all may be reduced ~to 52 1, 107 | each ~angelic hierarchy the orders distinguished according 53 1, 107 | Dionysius ~places three orders (Coel. Hier. vi).~Aquin.: 54 1, 107 | that ~sense the several orders of one hierarchy are so 55 1, 107 | diversity of ~grades or orders among the angels, according 56 1, 107 | higher way than can the ~orders of our hierarchy. Thus the 57 1, 107 | hierarchy. Thus the heavenly orders are not distinguished ~by 58 1, 107 | body. If, therefore, the orders are ~distinguished by their 59 1, 107 | imperfectly, can distinguish their orders in a general ~way, placing 60 1, 107 | to distinguish different orders ~in the heavenly bodies 61 1, 107 | and in each of the other orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 62 1, 107 | the angelic offices and orders ~in a general way, so as 63 1, 107 | That special distinction of orders and offices wherein each ~ 64 1, 107 | are on the boundary of two orders are more ~akin in propinquity 65 1, 107 | distinction of hierarchies and orders comes from the angelic ~ 66 1, 107 | distinction of hierarchies and of orders ~is not from the nature 67 1, 107 | distinction of hierarchies and orders in the angels is by ~grace, 68 1, 107 | Therefore the angelic orders are not from nature, but 69 1, 107 | from the ~heavenly. But the orders among men are not from nature, 70 1, 107 | neither in the angels ~are the orders from nature, but from grace 71 1, 107 | Therefore the distinction of orders among the angels is not 72 1, 107 | relation to this end the orders of the angels are ~distinguished 73 1, 107 | as regards this end, the orders in the angels are adequately ~ 74 1, 107 | 6]). Hence among men the orders are distinguished ~according 75 1, 107 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the orders of the angels are properly 76 1, 107 | It would seem that the orders of the angels are not properly ~ 77 1, 107 | individuals. ~Therefore the orders of the angels and virtues 78 1, 107 | properly applied to three orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 79 1, 107 | names of any particular orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 80 1, 107 | Therefore it appears that the orders of angels are not ~properly 81 1, 107 | the names of the ~angelic orders it is necessary to observe 82 1, 107 | consider that in the angelic orders all spiritual perfections ~ 83 1, 107 | explains the names of the ~orders accordingly as they befit 84 1, 107 | from which the superior orders are denominated. The lowest ~ 85 1, 107 | Thrones" excels the inferior orders as ~having an immediate 86 1, 107 | distinguished from the ~orders of the "Cherubim" and the " 87 1, 107 | Whether the grades of the orders are properly assigned?~Aquin.: 88 1, 107 | seem that the grades of the orders are not properly ~assigned. 89 1, 107 | prelacy. Therefore these orders ought not to be supreme.~ 90 1, 107 | The grades of the angelic orders are assigned by Gregory ~( 91 1, 107 | 21) enumerates the middle orders, ~beginning from the lowest 92 1, 107 | 16), numbering the same orders from the highest, he ~says: " 93 1, 107 | considering the properties of the orders as derived from their names, ~ 94 1, 107 | the first hierarchy those orders the names of which are taken ~ 95 1, 107 | the middle hierarchy those orders whose names denote a ~certain 96 1, 107 | the third hierarchy the orders ~whose names denote the 97 1, 107 | the disposition in the orders of the first hierarchy; 98 1, 107 | This explanation of the orders is quite a reasonable one. 99 1, 107 | 7~The disposition of the orders which is mentioned by Gregory 100 1, 107 | Divine ministrations, the orders subject to them are arranged ~ 101 1, 107 | from the ~former. Thus the orders which derive their name 102 1, 107 | highest; but rather the orders deriving their name from ~ 103 1, 107 | the dispositions of the orders according to ~Dionysius 104 1, 107 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the orders will outlast the Day of 105 1, 107 | It would seem that the orders of angels will not outlast 106 1, 107 | the office of the angelic orders it belongs to ~cleanse, 107 1, 107 | knowledge. Therefore the angelic orders would remain ~for no purpose.~ 108 1, 107 | the angelic offices and orders will not outlast the Day 109 1, 107 | will ever remain in their orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 110 1, 107 | answer that, In the angelic orders we may consider two things; 111 1, 107 | taken up into the angelic orders?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 112 1, 107 | are not taken up into the orders of the ~angels. For the 113 1, 107 | transferred to the angelic orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 114 1, 107 | certain offices belong to the orders of the angels, as ~to guard, 115 1, 107 | transferred to the angelic orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 116 1, 107 | will be ~transferred to the orders of angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP 117 1, 107 | explained (AA[4],7), ~the orders of the angels are distinguished 118 1, 107 | assumed into the angelic ~orders; for the natural distinction 119 1, 107 | men are taken up into the orders of the angels. Some, ~however, 120 1, 107 | assumed into the angelic ~orders, but only virgins or the 121 1, 108 | inquiry:~(1) Whether there are orders among the demons?~(2) Whether 122 1, 108 | Para. 1/1~Whether there are orders among the demons?~Aquin.: 123 1, 108 | would seem that there are no orders among the demons. For ~order 124 1, 108 | bad angels ~there are no orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 125 1, 108 | 2: Further, the angelic orders are contained under a hierarchy. 126 1, 108 | the ~demons there are no orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 127 1, 108 | every one of the angelic orders; as ~is commonly supposed. 128 1, 108 | the names of each of those orders. But we never find that 129 1, 108 | we consider the angelic orders in the light of the ~perfection 130 1, 108 | demons are not in the angelic orders, and ~never were. But if 131 1, 108 | were at the time in the orders of angels, but fell ~away 132 1, 108 | they are still in those orders; because they have ~not 133 1, 108 | on the part of ~God Who orders them, it is sacred; for 134 1, 109 | Further, the different orders of the angels are distinguished 135 1, 109 | also there would be as many orders of angels as there are species 136 1, 109 | there are more than nine orders ~of angels, because, as 137 1, 109 | expounded (Q[108], A[2]), the orders are ~distinguished by their 138 1, 111 | sent, assist?~(4) From what orders they are sent.~Aquin.: SMT 139 1, 111 | OBJ 2: Further, among the orders, the highest is that of 140 1, 111 | much more are the inferior orders ~sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 141 1, 111 | infinitely excel all the angelic ~orders. But the Divine Persons 142 1, 111 | therefore the angels of ~those orders are sent to external ministry 143 1, 111 | the names of the inferior orders imply administration, for ~ 144 1, 111 | it belongs to these five ~orders to be sent to external ministry; 145 1, 111 | not to the four superior orders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 146 1, 111 | art, but only disposes and orders what others are to do.~Aquin.: 147 1, 111 | as regards the number of orders, as ~six administer and 148 1, 112 | Evang.), the ~different orders are deputed to the different " 149 1, 112 | applies to the ~inferior orders: for a lower angel is enlightened 150 1, 112 | according as Divine Providence orders some to the greater, ~and 151 1, 112 | guardianship of men. But five orders are sent in external ministry ~( 152 1, 112 | all the angels of the five orders are deputed ~to the guardianship 153 1, 112 | Virtues. Therefore these orders are also deputed to the ~ 154 1, 112 | according to the different orders. ~For the more universal 155 1, 112 | individual men; but some orders have a universal guardianship, 156 1, 113 | tempt for a short time, ~He orders him off on account of our 157 1, 114 | be considered in several orders. ~For in the first place, 158 1, 116 | to the ~highest angelic orders, as Gregory says in a homily ( 159 2, 1 | and in either of these orders there must be something ~ 160 2, 4 | are raised to the higher orders of the angels, ~thus seeing 161 2, 12 | the act whereby the reason orders something ~to the end.~Aquin.: 162 2, 17 | reason: for the ~commander orders the one commanded to do 163 2, 56 | through obedience to my ~orders, guides well the horses 164 2, 66 | prudence (Ethic. vi, 8), "orders that ~sciences should be 165 2, 72 | has to dwell. Of these ~orders the second contains the 166 2, 72 | surpasses the other two orders, sin against God is a special 167 2, 79 | contrary to his master's orders, it is not ascribed ~to 168 2, 87 | corresponding to the three orders to which the human will 169 2, 87 | government. Now each of these orders is disturbed by ~sin, for 170 2, 96 | the subject receives his orders from the ~emperor: for in 171 2, 98 | all in general. But if he orders certain things to be ~observed 172 2, 102 | Old Law. The sacrament of Orders corresponds to the consecration ~ 173 2, 104 | according to ~these four orders we may distinguish different 174 2, 105 | multitude." Thus by God's orders Josue was set at the ~head 175 2, 108 | viz. Baptism, Eucharist, Orders of the ministers ~of the 176 2, 108 | was to be promulgated, ~He orders man's interior movements, 177 2, 12 | clerical state, or Holy Orders. Now if that which follows 178 2, 12 | from religious ~life" or "Orders." A man may also apostatize 179 2, 25 | reason as the faculty that orders, and to ~the appetitive 180 2, 31 | customary among religious orders to proclaim this or that 181 2, 37 | since they retain their Orders.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 182 2, 37 | mercifully and that their Orders should be acknowledged, 183 2, 38 | to wit, all the clerical Orders are directed to the ministry 184 2, 86 | by the reception of holy orders, and by the ~profession 185 2, 86 | by the reception of ~holy orders and by the profession of 186 2, 86 | connection either with holy ~orders, or to any particular rule: 187 2, 86 | in ~the reception of holy orders or in the profession of 188 2, 86 | pronounced in ~receiving holy orders or in professing a certain 189 2, 86 | after the reception of ~holy orders, as Dionysius states (Eccl. 190 2, 86 | ministry by receiving holy orders, or embraces the ~state 191 2, 86 | is connected with Holy orders, not essentially but by 192 2, 86 | by the reception of Holy Orders. on ~the other hand the 193 2, 87 | he be in ecclesiastical orders, let him be degraded."~Aquin.: 194 2, 87 | no one in ecclesiastical ~orders dare to swear on the Holy 195 2, 88 | he has undertaken, and so orders ~himself unchangeably to 196 2, 98 | subject of his to receive orders from ~him: and apparently 197 2, 98 | against his lord's will and orders, the ~recipient could not 198 2, 98 | through having conferred Orders ~simoniacally, or through 199 2, 98 | One ought not to receive Orders from a bishop one knows 200 2, 98 | excommunication: and such as receive Orders from him do not ~receive 201 2, 98 | receive the exercise of their Orders, even though they are ignorant 202 2, 98 | that one ought to receive Orders in obedience to ~his command 203 2, 98 | himself and others, confers Orders ~unlawfully: wherefore no 204 2, 98 | with him, by receiving ~Orders from him for any cause whatever. 205 2, 98 | good conscience to receive Orders from him. And if the ~bishop 206 2, 98 | secret, one can receive Orders from him ~because he is 207 2, 98 | spontaneously, receives Orders or an ~ecclesiastical benefice 208 2, 98 | same Church, but in minor orders; or a full dispensation ~ 209 2, 98 | exercise even the major orders in the same Church, but ~ 210 2, 106 | hindered from ~receiving sacred orders.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 211 2, 145 | custom in the Church for Holy orders to be conferred every quarter 212 2, 145 | account of the number of Holy ~orders which are conferred at these 213 2, 163 | answer that, God's wisdom "orders all things sweetly" (Wis. 214 2, 181 | ways by various grades and orders. Therefore the mere difference ~ 215 2, 181 | mere difference ~of grades, orders, or duties suffices for 216 2, 181 | Further, even ecclesiastical orders, states, and grades seemingly ~ 217 2, 181 | bishop. The ecclesiastical orders are ~particularly distinct 218 2, 182 | under the consideration of ~orders of which we shall treat 219 2, 182 | that the distinction of orders is comprised ~under the 220 2, 182 | consecrated by ~receiving orders before having a cure.~Aquin.: 221 2, 182 | religious is also without orders, as in the case of religious 222 2, 182 | of dignity, since by holy orders a man is appointed to the 223 2, 182 | must follow the priestly orders, and ascend to Divine ~things 224 2, 182 | a cleric ~who is in holy orders, sins more grievously if 225 2, 182 | religious who is not in holy orders: although a ~religious who 226 2, 182 | religious who is not in orders is bound to regular observance 227 2, 182 | to which ~persons in holy orders are not bound.~Aquin.: SMT 228 2, 182 | being already in sacred orders, attain to something they ~ 229 2, 182 | religious ~who are not in orders are admitted to the clerical 230 2, 182 | state and to the ~sacred orders, they are clearly promoted 231 2, 183 | episcopate or even sacred orders.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 232 2, 183 | the ~episcopate or holy orders. But this would not be lawful 233 2, 183 | spiritual power of giving orders and doing like things that 234 2, 183 | nequaquam): "The holy ~synod orders that any man who has been 235 2, 184 | different kinds of religious orders; fourthly, the entrance 236 2, 184 | to the ~ministry of holy orders rather than to the diversity 237 2, 184 | nequaquam): "The holy synod ~orders that any man who has been 238 2, 184 | Hence in certain religious ~orders precaution is taken to profess, 239 2, 184 | observed in some religious orders by professing ~obedience 240 2, 185 | be raised to the sacred orders - or by reason of sin, according 241 2, 185 | because he is not in priestly orders; and it is unlawful for 242 2, 185 | do ~them if they receive orders, or ordinary jurisdiction, 243 2, 185 | especially members of ~religious orders that are especially instituted 244 2, 185 | at that time ~religious orders were not as yet founded. 245 2, 186 | there are not many religious orders but only one.~Aquin.: SMT 246 2, 186 | would ~seem that religious orders differ not specifically, 247 2, 186 | a diversity of religious orders ~might confuse the Christian 248 2, 186 | to be different religious orders.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 249 2, 186 | exercise. ~Wherefore religious orders may be differentiated in 250 2, 186 | may be various religious orders ~according to the diversity 251 2, 186 | Topic. ~vi 8] religious orders differ more especially according 252 2, 186 | is one, while religious orders are many.~Aquin.: SMT SS 253 2, 186 | the multitude of religious orders would lead to confusion, 254 2, 186 | if different ~religious orders were directed to the same 255 2, 186 | that certain ~religious orders are fittingly directed to 256 2, 186 | various aims of religious orders says: ~"Some direct their 257 2, 186 | common to all religious orders: for instance ~as regards 258 2, 186 | soldiering. For all religious orders belong to the state of perfection. ~ 259 2, 186 | testimony." Now ~religious orders are established in order 260 2, 186 | inconsistent to do so ~at the orders of one's superior and in 261 2, 186 | various kinds of religious orders, says: "Some ~choosing the 262 2, 186 | Reply OBJ 2: Some religious orders are established for soldiering, 263 2, 186 | same way certain religious orders ~are established for preaching 264 2, 186 | necessary to establish religious orders for military service, on 265 2, 186 | necessary in those religious orders ~that are founded for preaching 266 2, 186 | common to all religious orders. For it helps us to avoid 267 2, 186 | seem that those religious orders that are directed to ~the 268 2, 186 | would seem that religious orders of this ~kind are the most 269 2, 186 | reason why certain religious orders ~directed to the active 270 2, 186 | highest place in religious orders ~is held by those which 271 2, 186 | Reply OBJ 2: Those religious orders that are established for 272 2, 186 | common end of religious orders, which is to devote oneself 273 2, 186 | whereas those religious orders which are directed to the ~ 274 2, 186 | from whom all religious orders took their origin kept the 275 2, 186 | suitable to those religious orders that are directed to the 276 2, 186 | suitable to those religious orders that are ~directed to contemplation.~ 277 2, 187 | youth." Now all religious orders originate from ~Christ. 278 2, 187 | religious state, like the holy orders, has a place ~of eminence 279 2, 187 | observed in ascending to orders. ~For he seeks a fall who 280 2, 187 | Q[184], A[6]) the holy orders prerequire ~holiness, whereas 281 2, 187 | holiness. Hence the burden of orders should be laid on the walls 282 2, 187 | enter ~religion or take holy orders, as stated in the Decretals ( 283 2, 187 | acts to which religious orders are ~directed are those 284 2, 187 | because the various religious orders excel in ~respect of various 285 2, 187 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Religious orders whether of monks or of canons 286 2, 187 | the ~direct object of the orders of canons regular, the members 287 2, 187 | Hence although monastic orders are more severe, it would 288 3, 8 | holds good with the other ~orders of angels. Therefore Christ 289 3, 41 | these things in different ~orders, because sometimes cupidity 290 3, 65 | those who do not receive orders, and those who do not ~contract 291 3, 67 | and duties of the heavenly orders ~are gathered from their 292 3, 67 | names of the ecclesiastical orders, what belongs to ~each order. 293 3, 67 | confers the ecclesiastical orders, ~and blesses the consecrated 294 3, 67 | matters concerning the lower orders; while to the highest it 295 3, 67 | matters that regard the higher orders of the state. ~Now by Baptism 296 3, 67 | that a layman, who has no orders, cannot ~baptize.~Aquin.: 297 3, 67 | should be anyone, even not in orders, ~lest from lack of being 298 3, 72 | necessity anyone, even without orders, can ~baptize. Therefore 299 3, 72 | commit to certain lower orders things that belong ~to the 300 3, 72 | that belong ~to the higher orders: thus he allows priests 301 3, 72 | priests to confer minor orders, ~which belong to the episcopal 302 3, 82 | excommunicate, "so do their orders remain intact." Now, by 303 3, 82 | the Eucharist, since their orders remain entire.~Aquin.: SMT 304 3, 82 | but are ~received in their orders. And since the consecration 305 3, 82 | holds by ~the power of his orders. Consequently, if a priest 306 3, 82 | does not deprive him of his orders; but hinders him from ~exercising 307 3, 83 | postponed, especially when Holy orders ~have to be conferred, and 308 3, 83 | office, and also because orders belong to the Sunday, ~as 309 3, 89 | penitents from even the lowest orders of clerics." ~Therefore 310 3, 89 | exercise of their respective orders, because it is a scandal 311 3, 89 | exercise of their respective orders, with the assurance of God' 312 3, 89 | penance, from exercising ~the orders they have received, or from 313 3, 89 | or from receiving further orders, except ~in cases of homicide."~ 314 Suppl, 6 | evident from the fact that it orders all sins to ~be confessed, 315 Suppl, 8 | for the minister to be in orders, as in the case ~of the 316 Suppl, 17| given at the same time as orders. But the keys ~are given 317 Suppl, 17| given in the conferring of orders. Therefore there should 318 Suppl, 17| the keys are given when orders are conferred. But ~knowledge 319 Suppl, 17| bestowed together with orders, yet with the conferring 320 Suppl, 17| yet with the conferring of orders the ~knowledge becomes a 321 Suppl, 17| one but two ~are given in orders. For which reason the other 322 Suppl, 19| keys results from having orders. But they had orders ~since 323 Suppl, 19| having orders. But they had orders ~since they were called 324 Suppl, 19| that purpose by ~receiving orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 325 Suppl, 19| of the keys results from orders, so does the power of ~consecration. 326 Suppl, 19| is only conferred with ~orders, they would have to be reordained 327 Suppl, 20| results from receiving ~orders, wherefore these words are 328 Suppl, 20| others. But the power of orders, considered in itself, extends ~ 329 Suppl, 20| And, as to the power of orders, all ~are equal, but not 330 Suppl, 22| distinguish between the key of orders, which all priests ~have, 331 Suppl, 22| they have not the key of orders, they have the key ~of jurisdiction.~ 332 Suppl, 22| such a one has lost neither orders nor ~jurisdiction, since 333 Suppl, 22| requires nothing more ~than orders or jurisdiction. Therefore 334 Suppl, 22| if he be suspended from orders only, then he cannot ~exercise 335 Suppl, 22| jurisdiction and not from orders. he cannot ~use his jurisdiction, 336 Suppl, 22| sins follows the power of orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 337 Suppl, 25| are two keys, the key ~of orders and the key of jurisdiction. 338 Suppl, 25| jurisdiction. The key of orders is a ~sacramental: and as 339 Suppl, 25| remitted by means of the key of orders from the punishment ~due; 340 Suppl, 26| follows the reception of orders. This suffices for ~the 341 Suppl, 26| jurisdiction and not to the key of orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[26] A[ 342 Suppl, 28| cleric be promoted to higher orders, after ~doing solemn penance. 343 Suppl, 28| would be admitted to minor orders by way of ~exception, but 344 Suppl, 28| exception, but not to the sacred orders. First, on account of the 345 Suppl, 28| from the church. He then ~orders the ministers to put them 346 Suppl, 28| imposed on him, ~lest his orders should be an object of contempt. 347 Suppl, 28| to the person but to his orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[28] A[ 348 Suppl, 29| Penance, the Eucharist and orders, rather than of Extreme ~ 349 Suppl, 30| Reply OBJ 2: The unction of orders and Confirmation, is the 350 Suppl, 34| 34] Out. Para. 1/3 - HOLY ORDERS (QQ[34]-40)~OF THE SACRAMENT 351 Suppl, 34| general; (2) the difference of Orders; (3) those who confer Orders; ( 352 Suppl, 34| Orders; (3) those who confer Orders; (4) ~the impediments to 353 Suppl, 34| impediments to receiving Orders; (5) things connected with 354 Suppl, 34| 5) things connected with Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] Out. 355 Suppl, 34| 3) The recipients of ~Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] Out. 356 Suppl, 34| merit, not in ~office; and orders are a kind of office.~Aquin.: 357 Suppl, 34| in grace; because their orders regard their ~participation 358 Suppl, 34| on the other hand, the Orders of the ~Church militant 359 Suppl, 34| grace; and consequently our Orders do not require sanctifying ~ 360 Suppl, 34| Wherefore, since by receiving orders a consecration is conferred 361 Suppl, 35| connection with all the Orders?~(3) Whether the character 362 Suppl, 35| presupposed in one who receives orders, so that he may be worthy 363 Suppl, 35| given in the conferring of ~Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 364 Suppl, 35| sanctifying grace, are given in ~Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 365 Suppl, 35| not mean that by receiving Orders a man has ~his ignorance 366 Suppl, 35| but that the recipient of Orders is set ~in authority to 367 Suppl, 35| The worthy exercise of Orders requires not any kind of ~ 368 Suppl, 35| that as they who receive orders ~are set above the people 369 Suppl, 35| but when ~they receive Orders they are given a yet greater 370 Suppl, 35| connection ~with all the Orders?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 371 Suppl, 35| connection with all the Orders. For the character of Order ~ 372 Suppl, 35| spiritual power. Now some Orders are directed only to certain 373 Suppl, 35| is not imprinted in these Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 374 Suppl, 35| those who have ~certain Orders can lawfully return to the 375 Suppl, 35| not imprinted in all the Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 376 Suppl, 35| not imprinted in the other Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 377 Suppl, 35| but not in the ~minor, Orders. But this again comes to 378 Suppl, 35| person ~present himself for Orders, he will not receive the 379 Suppl, 35| that, For the reception of Orders something is prerequisite 380 Suppl, 35| who ~presents himself for Orders should be capable of receiving 381 Suppl, 35| adapted to the exercise of Orders, and one of these is that 382 Suppl, 35| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Orders are degrees of a kind. Now 383 Suppl, 35| necessary for the higher Orders that one should ~have received 384 Suppl, 35| have received the minor Orders, because their respective 385 Suppl, 35| previously received the lower Orders and yet they ~could do all 386 Suppl, 35| could do all that the lower Orders could, because the lower 387 Suppl, 35| present himself to the higher orders who had ~not previously 388 Suppl, 35| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Orders have more in common with 389 Suppl, 35| passive power to receive ~Orders, whereas a lower Order does 390 Suppl, 35| power to ~receive higher Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 391 Suppl, 35| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Orders are not degrees combining 392 Suppl, 36| 3) Whether the degree of Orders is obtained by mere merit 393 Suppl, 36| who raises the unworthy to Orders sins?~(5) Whether one who 394 Suppl, 36| required of those who receive Orders?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 395 Suppl, 36| required of those who ~receive Orders. For by Orders a man is 396 Suppl, 36| receive Orders. For by Orders a man is ordained to the 397 Suppl, 36| admitted to the ministry of Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 398 Suppl, 36| is requisite in all the Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 399 Suppl, 36| sin presents himself for ~Orders is guilty of presumption 400 Suppl, 36| of life is requisite for Orders, as a matter of precept, 401 Suppl, 36| validly the sacrament of Orders, and as he dispenses unworthily, ~ 402 Suppl, 36| those who are placed in Orders, and to whom the aforesaid ~ 403 Suppl, 36| more those in the higher Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 404 Suppl, 36| even in many religious Orders. Therefore ~apparently this 405 Suppl, 36| who is to be raised to Orders is required to have that 406 Suppl, 36| this belongs to the higher orders), but merely to voice the 407 Suppl, 36| fortiori" has he the other Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 408 Suppl, 36| raised to the degree of Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 409 Suppl, 36| who raises the unworthy to Orders commits a sin?~Aquin.: SMT 410 Suppl, 36| who raises the unworthy to orders commits ~no sin. For a bishop 411 Suppl, 36| who present themselves for Orders ~be worthy, by making a 412 Suppl, 36| manner any other person in orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 413 Suppl, 36| he present ~himself for orders in mortal sin. Much more 414 Suppl, 37| OF THE DISTINCTION OF ORDERS, OF THEIR ACTS, AND THE 415 Suppl, 37| consider the distinction of the orders and ~their acts, and the 416 Suppl, 37| Whether the acts of the Orders are rightly assigned in 417 Suppl, 37| are the characters of the Orders imprinted?~Aquin.: SMT XP 418 Suppl, 37| ought to distinguish several Orders? ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 419 Suppl, 37| not to distinguish several Orders. ~For the greater a power 420 Suppl, 37| be divided into several Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 421 Suppl, 37| diaconate, as they are several Orders, even ~so are several sacraments, 422 Suppl, 37| to speak, in ~respect of Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 423 Suppl, 37| should be no distinction of Orders for ~different acts, but 424 Suppl, 37| there should be various Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 425 Suppl, 37| there ought to be several Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 426 Suppl, 37| answer that, Multiplicity of Orders was introduced into the 427 Suppl, 37| mysteries; and so various orders are ~severally appointed 428 Suppl, 37| people." Therefore all the Orders are one sacrament.~Aquin.: 429 Suppl, 37| Whether there are seven Orders?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 430 Suppl, 37| that there are not seven Orders. For the Orders of ~the 431 Suppl, 37| not seven Orders. For the Orders of ~the Church are directed 432 Suppl, 37| Dionysius distinguishes three Orders (Eccl. ~Hier. v). Therefore 433 Suppl, 37| seemingly there are no ~other Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 434 Suppl, 37| there should be only six Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 435 Suppl, 37| Since then there are nine Orders in the ~angelic hierarchy, 436 Suppl, 37| show the sufficiency of the orders from their ~correspondence 437 Suppl, 37| graces are not given, as the Orders are, to one same man. For ~ 438 Suppl, 37| included, which are not Orders. Wherefore ~others account 439 Suppl, 37| others account for the Orders by likening them to the 440 Suppl, 37| heavenly hierarchy, ~where the Orders are distinguished in reference 441 Suppl, 37| account; both because the orders of ~the heavenly hierarchy 442 Suppl, 37| Wherefore others suit the orders to the seven gifts, so ~ 443 Suppl, 37| and thus the intermediate Orders to the intermediate gifts. ~ 444 Suppl, 37| given in ~each one of the Orders. Consequently we must answer 445 Suppl, 37| Hence the distinction of ~Orders is derived from their relation 446 Suppl, 37| number of the degrees of ~Orders is made clear.~Aquin.: SMT 447 Suppl, 37| Dionysius is speaking of the orders not as sacraments, but ~ 448 Suppl, 37| he distinguishes three ~Orders corresponding to those actions. 449 Suppl, 37| actions. The first of these Orders, namely ~the bishop, has 450 Suppl, 37| this last all the lower Orders are ~comprised. But the 451 Suppl, 37| are ~comprised. But the Orders derive their sacramental 452 Suppl, 37| consequently the number ~of Orders depends on this.~Aquin.: 453 Suppl, 37| Church instituted other Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 454 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The orders are directed to the sacrament 455 Suppl, 37| does not follow that the orders ought to be distinguished 456 Suppl, 37| Consequently the distinction of ~orders in the angels cannot bear 457 Suppl, 37| each Order exercises on the Orders below. In this respect our 458 Suppl, 37| below. In this respect our Orders ~correspond to theirs; since 459 Suppl, 37| hierarchy there are three Orders, ~distinguished according 460 Suppl, 37| sometimes reckoned among ~the Orders, taking these in a broad 461 Suppl, 37| It would seem that the Orders ought not to be divided 462 Suppl, 37| that are not. For all the Orders are ~sacraments, and all 463 Suppl, 37| sacred. Therefore all the Orders ~are sacred.~Aquin.: SMT 464 Suppl, 37| 1~OBJ 2: Further, by the Orders of the Church a man is not 465 Suppl, 37| sacred. Therefore all ~the Orders also are sacred.~Aquin.: 466 Suppl, 37| the contrary, The sacred Orders are an impediment to the 467 Suppl, 37| contracted. But the ~four lower orders neither impede the contracting 468 Suppl, 37| Therefore these are not sacred Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 469 Suppl, 37| there are only three sacred Orders, ~namely the priesthood 470 Suppl, 37| Whether the acts of the Orders are rightly assigned in 471 Suppl, 37| seem that the acts of the Orders are not rightly ~assigned 472 Suppl, 37| sacrament belongs to the lower Orders. Therefore ~absolution from 473 Suppl, 37| OBJ 3: Further, different Orders have different acts. But 474 Suppl, 37| conferred in the sacrament of ~orders is directed to the sacrament 475 Suppl, 37| the ~principal act of both Orders, and for this reason the 476 Suppl, 37| except ~as the acts of lower Orders are ascribed to the higher; 477 Suppl, 37| certain connection among the Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 478 Suppl, 37| connected with the act of Holy orders than the act of the exorcist, ~ 479 Suppl, 37| Hence of all the minor orders the Order of ~acolytes is 480 Suppl, 37| acts of the other minor ~Orders, as is self-evident; and 481 Suppl, 37| since only the three higher Orders co-operate with the ~priest 482 Suppl, 37| both the higher and lower Orders co-operate with him in his ~ 483 Suppl, 37| all the acts of the minor Orders, that they can be lawfully ~ 484 Suppl, 37| the bishop in conferring orders does two things; for he ~ 485 Suppl, 37| candidates for the reception of orders, and delivers to them ~the 486 Suppl, 38| the conferring of minor Orders is ~entrusted to certain 487 Suppl, 38| Therefore the conferring of Orders does not belong to ~the 488 Suppl, 38| Eucharist, he can also confer Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[38] A[ 489 Suppl, 38| Ministers are applied by their Orders to the Divine ~worship in 490 Suppl, 38| the ~power of the lower Orders, as political science, which 491 Suppl, 38| ordination to the ministry of Orders, and, ~by his consecration, 492 Suppl, 38| latter ~serves the higher Orders. And yet the principal act 493 Suppl, 38| priest can confer the ~minor Orders and confirm; but not one 494 Suppl, 38| priest confer the higher Orders which bear an immediate 495 Suppl, 38| from the Church can confer ~Orders? [*Cf. TP, Q[64], AA[5], 496 Suppl, 38| the ~Church cannot confer Orders. For to confer Orders is 497 Suppl, 38| confer Orders. For to confer Orders is a greater thing than ~ 498 Suppl, 38| offices of the community. Now Orders are offices of the ~Church. 499 Suppl, 38| the Church cannot confer Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[38] A[ 500 Suppl, 38| confer the ~sacrament of Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[38] A[


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