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547 concupiscence
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538 equal
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 102 | battle to the strong, nor bread to ~the wise, nor riches 2 2, 14 | instance, that this is ~bread or iron: and also any general 3 2, 32 | My tears have been my bread ~day and night": where bread 4 2, 32 | bread ~day and night": where bread denotes the refreshment 5 2, 100 | Ten women ~shall bake your bread in one oven," says that 6 2, 102 | of flour, ~sometimes of bread, this being baked sometimes 7 2, 102 | besides ~animals, nothing but bread, wine, oil, incense, and 8 2, 102 | and of ~leaven which makes bread savory, should be forbidden 9 2, 102 | keep chaste; unleavened bread, when we feast on the unleavened ~ 10 2, 102 | feast on the unleavened ~bread of sincerity." And it is 11 2, 102 | bird might at least offer bread; and that if a man had ~ 12 2, 102 | that if a man had ~not even bread he might offer flour or 13 2, 102 | figurative cause is that the bread signifies Christ Who is 14 2, 102 | Christ Who is the ~"living bread" (Jn. 6:41,51). He was indeed 15 2, 102 | and He was ~like perfect bread after He had taken human 16 2, 102 | either as ~food, and of these bread was offered; or as drink, 17 2, 102 | R.O. 13 Para. 2/2~Now the bread foreshadowed the flesh of 18 2, 102 | that they ~may know the bread wherewith I fed you in the 19 2, 102 | 41,51: "I am the living ~bread": and the twelve loaves 20 2, 102 | blemish, he shall not offer bread to his God . . . if he be 21 2, 102 | commanded to eat unleavened bread, as a sign "that it could 22 2, 102 | was eaten with ~unleavened bread to signify the blameless 23 2, 102 | with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth." 24 2, 102 | the lamb; and a basket of bread, in memory of ~the manna 25 2, 102 | of the ~ram, one roll of bread, and the right shoulder 26 2, 105 | who ~toil for their daily bread: and therefore the Law commanded 27 2, 1 | it might happen that the bread was not rightly consecrated, 28 2, 1 | true Body there, but only bread. Therefore ~something false 29 2, 1 | such and such ~accidents of bread, but to the fact that the 30 2, 1 | appearances of sensible bread, when it is rightly consecrated. 31 2, 13 | the shortage of water and bread; and ~this the Lord bore 32 2, 30 | It is the hungry man's bread ~that you withhold, the 33 2, 38 | often as you shall eat this bread, and ~drink the chalice, 34 2, 53 | solicitude of a man who gains his bread by bodily labor ~is not 35 2, 64 | It is the hungry man's bread ~that you withhold, the 36 2, 79 | written (Is. 57:7): "Deal thy bread to the hungry." ~But God 37 2, 80 | My tears have been my bread," etc. Secondarily devotion ~ 38 2, 81 | Give us this day our daily bread," etc. Therefore we should 39 2, 81 | Give us this day our daily bread," ~whether we understand 40 2, 81 | this of the sacramental Bread, the daily use of ~which 41 2, 81 | are ~contained, or of the bread of the body, so that it 42 2, 81 | the chief sacrament, and bread is the chief food: thus ~ 43 2, 81 | us ~pray that our daily bread be given to us. If it is 44 2, 83 | Melchisedech (Gn. 14:18), offering bread and wine in sacrifice, and 45 2, 83 | were ~slain and burnt, the bread is broken, eaten, blessed. 46 2, 83 | speak of offering money or bread at the altar, and yet ~nothing 47 2, 116 | It is the hungry man's bread that thou keepest ~back, 48 2, 140 | weeks, I ate no desirable bread, and neither ~flesh nor 49 2, 146 | sister . . . fulness ~of bread," etc. Therefore the sin 50 2, 161 | that these stones be made bread." Therefore the first man' 51 2, 162 | nor does "every man eat bread in the ~sweat of his face." 52 2, 162 | soil must needs eat his ~bread in the sweat of his brow: 53 2, 162 | and thus they eat the bread for which others have labored 54 2, 169 | to Is. ~58:1, "Deal thy bread to the hungry," etc.; and 55 2, 179 | the active life is to give bread to the hungry," and after ~ 56 2, 179 | active life is ~to give bread to the hungry, to teach 57 2, 185 | thy face shalt thou eat bread," and it is written ~(Ps. 58 2, 185 | they would eat their own bread." Hence Jerome states (Super ~ 59 2, 185 | great property but not ~bread or some small sum of money. 60 2, 185 | forsaken, nor his seed ~seeking bread." Moreover an able-bodied 61 2, 186 | says (Polit. i, 5,6) that bread, wine, and ~the like are 62 2, 186 | to live on ~water and the bread that is brought to them 63 2, 187 | grew up to partake ~of the bread of angels, namely the Word 64 3, 22 | Give us this ~day our daily bread." Therefore sins are not 65 3, 22 | Melchisedech, who ~offered bread and wine, signifying, as 66 3, 22 | faithful under the form ~of bread and wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP 67 3, 35 | interpreted 'the house ~of bread.' It is Christ Himself who 68 3, 35 | who said, 'I am the living Bread which ~came down from heaven.'"~ 69 3, 41 | changing the stones into bread, ~He would not have sinned; 70 3, 46 | first ~day of the unleavened bread, when they sacrificed the 71 3, 46 | first ~day of the unleavened bread, when they sacrificed the 72 3, 46 | The day of the unleavened bread came, on which it was ~necessary 73 3, 46 | first ~day of the unleavened bread, when they sacrificed the 74 3, 46 | first day of the unleavened bread, ~because, according to 75 3, 46 | that ~is, the unleavened bread - which had to be eaten 76 3, 55 | until the Sacrament of the bread; that when ~they had shared 77 3, 61 | in so far as "he ~offered bread and wine" (Gn. 14:18), just 78 3, 61 | wine" (Gn. 14:18), just as bread and wine are offered ~in 79 3, 64 | blemish, he ~shall not offer bread to his God, neither shall 80 3, 67 | We, being many, are one bread, one body, all that partake ~ 81 3, 67 | all that partake ~of one bread and one chalice." Moreover, 82 3, 70 | is used for washing, and ~bread, which we use for nourishment. 83 3, 72 | our Lord Himself "taking bread . . . blessed . . ~. and 84 3, 72 | according to Ps. 103:15: "That bread may strengthen man's ~heart." 85 3, 73 | 7). But the ~species of bread and wine, which are the 86 3, 73 | relation ~to the species of the bread and wine, as the power of 87 3, 73 | hence the species of the bread and wine produce ~no effect 88 3, 73 | signs than one, to wit, bread and ~wine, it seems to follow 89 3, 73 | we, being many, ~are one bread, one body, all that partake 90 3, 73 | all that partake of one bread": from which it is ~clear 91 3, 73 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The bread and wine are materially 92 3, 73 | often as you shall eat this bread, ~and drink the chalice, 93 3, 73 | body, before he ~eats that bread and drinks of that chalice."~ 94 3, 73 | s sacrifice, in offering bread and wine. But the expression 95 3, 73 | with the unleavened bread of ~sincerity and truth."~ 96 3, 73 | sacrament only, and this is the bread and wine; that which ~is 97 3, 73 | Melchisedech, who offered up bread ~and wine. In relation to 98 3, 73 | flesh . . . and unleavened bread." As to the second ~because 99 3, 74 | secondly, the change of the bread and wine into the ~body 100 3, 74 | fourthly, the accidents of bread and wine which continue 101 3, 74 | for inquiry:~(1) Whether bread and wine are the matter 102 3, 74 | this sacrament is wheaten bread?~(4) Whether it is unleavened 103 3, 74 | unleavened or fermented bread?~(5) Whether the matter 104 3, 74 | matter of this sacrament is bread and wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP 105 3, 74 | of this sacrament is not bread and wine. ~Because this 106 3, 74 | Passion more fully than bread and wine. Therefore the 107 3, 74 | the flesh of animals than bread and wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP 108 3, 74 | place. But ~in many lands bread is not to be found, and 109 3, 74 | to ~be found. Therefore bread and wine are not a suitable 110 3, 74 | oblations of the sacraments only bread and wine mixed with water 111 3, 74 | Haeres. xxviii), "offer bread and cheese in this sacrament, 112 3, 74 | have made their Eucharistic bread with infants' blood drawn ~ 113 3, 74 | sacrament under the species of bread and wine, as is ~evident 114 3, 74 | from Mt. 26. Consequently, bread and wine are the proper 115 3, 74 | commonly done with water; so bread and wine, wherewith men ~ 116 3, 74 | our Lord's Passion, the bread is received apart as the ~ 117 3, 74 | offered" under the species of bread "for the health of the body, 118 3, 74 | many believers, just "as bread is composed of many grains, 119 3, 74 | determinate quantity of bread and wine is required for 120 3, 74 | determinate quantity of bread and wine is ~required for 121 3, 74 | determinate quantity of ~the bread and wine is required.~Aquin.: 122 3, 74 | wish to ~consecrate all the bread which is sold in the market 123 3, 74 | superfluous quantity of bread be consecrated.~Aquin.: 124 3, 74 | quantity, however small, of the bread and wine which cannot ~be 125 3, 74 | an immense quantity of bread and wine, for instance, 126 3, 74 | wine, for instance, all the bread in the ~market or all the 127 3, 74 | Para. 1/1~Whether wheaten bread is required for the matter 128 3, 74 | 1: It seems that wheaten bread is not requisite for the 129 3, 74 | Lord's ~Passion. But barley bread seems to be more in keeping 130 3, 74 | the Passion ~than wheaten bread, as being more bitter, and 131 3, 74 | Jn. 6. Therefore ~wheaten bread is not the proper matter 132 3, 74 | which in some ~localities bread is made for the use of this 133 3, 74 | sacrament. Therefore wheaten ~bread is not the proper matter 134 3, 74 | does not seem that wheaten ~bread is the proper matter for 135 3, 74 | make the sacrament from bread which is corrupted, and 136 3, 74 | longer seems to be wheaten bread. Therefore, it seems that 137 3, 74 | Therefore, it seems that such bread is ~not the proper matter 138 3, 74 | remaineth alone." Therefore ~bread from corn, i.e. wheaten 139 3, 74 | from corn, i.e. wheaten bread, is the matter of this sacrament.~ 140 3, 74 | among ~other breads wheaten bread is more commonly used by 141 3, 74 | sacrament under this species of bread. ~Moreover this bread strengthens 142 3, 74 | of bread. ~Moreover this bread strengthens man, and so 143 3, 74 | this ~sacrament is wheaten bread.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 144 3, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Barley bread serves to denote the hardness 145 3, 74 | account of the hardness of the bread, and because, as Augustine ~ 146 3, 74 | people. Consequently barley bread would not be a suitable 147 3, 74 | grown in bad ground), the bread made from such grain can ~ 148 3, 74 | generated from wheat grain, bread cannot be made ~such as 149 3, 74 | greater quantity of ~wheat, bread may be made therefrom so 150 3, 74 | the species; consequently, bread made ~therefrom will not 151 3, 74 | is such corruption of the bread that the ~species of bread 152 3, 74 | bread that the ~species of bread is lost, as when the continuity 153 3, 74 | betrays, and from ~such bread the body of Christ may be 154 3, 74 | Christ could be made of the ~bread made therefrom, although 155 3, 74 | to be made of unleavened bread?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 156 3, 74 | to be made of unleavened ~bread. because in this sacrament 157 3, 74 | sacrament in ~fermented bread, because, as we have read 158 3, 74 | began to use unleavened bread on the day of the Passover ~ 159 3, 74 | sacrament with fermented bread.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 160 3, 74 | But the use of unleavened bread was a ceremony of the Law, 161 3, 74 | ought not to use unfermented bread in ~this sacrament of grace.~ 162 3, 74 | is signified by fermented bread, as is ~declared by the 163 3, 74 | ought to be made of leavened bread.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 164 3, 74 | unleavened are mere accidents of bread, ~which do not vary the 165 3, 74 | observed, as to whether the ~bread be unleavened or leavened.~ 166 3, 74 | celebrate, using fermented bread and ~a wooden cup."~Aquin.: 167 3, 74 | It is ~necessary that the bread be wheaten, without which 168 3, 74 | the ~sacrament that the bread be unleavened or leavened, 169 3, 74 | Church offers ~unleavened bread, because our Lord took flesh 170 3, 74 | Churches offer leavened bread, because the Word of the 171 3, 74 | celebrating with fermented bread in the Latin Church, so 172 3, 74 | celebrating with unfermented bread in a church of the Greeks ~ 173 3, 74 | celebrating with unleavened bread is more reasonable. First, 174 3, 74 | 15,19. Secondly, because bread is properly the sacrament ~ 175 3, 74 | with the unleavened ~bread of sincerity and truth."~ 176 3, 74 | Azymes," when fermented bread was not found ~in the houses 177 3, 74 | sacrament with unleavened bread do ~not intend to follow 178 3, 74 | celebrating in fermented bread would be Judaizing, because 179 3, 74 | Jews ~offered up fermented bread for the first-fruits.~Aquin.: 180 3, 74 | effect, ~because it makes the bread more savory and larger; 181 3, 74 | not be made from corrupt bread, as stated above (A[3], 182 3, 74 | unleavened and ~leavened bread than between warm and cold 183 3, 74 | corruption of fermented bread that it could not be validly ~ 184 3, 74 | the true ~vine." But only bread from wheat is the matter 185 3, 74 | sacrament may not be made from bread which is ~utterly corrupt, 186 3, 74 | turning sour, just as from bread turning ~corrupt, although 187 3, 74 | related to have offered up bread and wine only. Consequently 188 3, 74 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, bread and wine are the matter 189 3, 74 | nothing is added to the bread. Therefore neither should 190 3, 74 | offered to the Lord, only bread ~and wine mixed with water 191 3, 74 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Bread is made of water and flour; 192 3, 74 | sacrament, as the wine or the ~bread. Therefore the mingling 193 3, 74 | water is of the essence of bread, but not of the essence ~ 194 3, 74 | offered apart from ~the bread; but the water is offered 195 3, 74 | making the composition of bread, if rose-water, or ~any 196 3, 74 | because it would not be true bread.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 197 3, 74 | as ~the wine is from the bread.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 198 3, 75 | 1/1 - OF THE CHANGE OF BREAD AND WINE INTO THE BODY AND 199 3, 75 | consider the change of the bread and wine into the body and ~ 200 3, 75 | Whether the substance of bread and wine remain in this 201 3, 75 | sacrament the substance of the bread and wine remains ~after 202 3, 75 | that the substance of the bread and wine does remain in ~ 203 3, 75 | customary for men to eat bread and drink wine, ~God has 204 3, 75 | and further on: "The bread of communication is not 205 3, 75 | communication is not simple bread, but is ~united to the Godhead." 206 3, 75 | existing. Therefore the bread and wine are at the same 207 3, 75 | Therefore the substance of the bread and wine remains also ~in 208 3, 75 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, bread and wine are made use of 209 3, 75 | ecclesiastical unity, as "one bread is made from ~many grains 210 3, 75 | belongs to the substance of ~bread and wine. Therefore, the 211 3, 75 | Therefore, the substance of the bread and wine remains in ~this 212 3, 75 | Although the figure of ~the bread and wine be seen, still, 213 3, 75 | that the substance of the bread and wine ~remains in this 214 3, 75 | change of the ~substance of bread into itself. But what is 215 3, 75 | sacrament, the substance of the bread cannot remain ~after the 216 3, 75 | if the substance of the bread were to remain there; for 217 3, 75 | there; for the ~substance of bread never is the body of Christ. 218 3, 75 | His Divine power, to the ~bread and wine, not that these 219 3, 75 | Whether the substance of the bread or wine is annihilated after 220 3, 75 | that the substance of the bread is annihilated after the ~ 221 3, 75 | somewhere. But the substance of bread, ~which is something corporeal, 222 3, 75 | sacrament the substance of the bread or of the wine is the term ~" 223 3, 75 | place, the ~substance of the bread or wine no longer remains, 224 3, 75 | consecration the substance of the bread ~or wine is something." 225 3, 75 | The substance of the ~bread or wine is nothing."~Aquin.: 226 3, 75 | sacrament the substance of the bread or wine is not ~annihilated.~ 227 3, 75 | Because the substance of the bread and wine does not ~remain 228 3, 75 | for the ~substance of the bread and wine to be changed into 229 3, 75 | consecration, the substance of the ~bread and wine is either dissolved 230 3, 75 | which the substance of the ~bread and wine is dissolved, depart 231 3, 75 | also the substance of ~the bread or wine remains until the 232 3, 75 | that the substance of the bread or wine is dissolved gradually 233 3, 75 | together ~with the substance of bread, which is contrary to what 234 3, 75 | neither the substance of bread nor the body of Christ, 235 3, 75 | change of the substance of bread into ~it, which change is 236 3, 75 | of ~the substance of the bread, or dissolution into the 237 3, 75 | 1: The substance of the bread or wine, after the consecration, ~ 238 3, 75 | here the substance of the bread is changed into the body 239 3, 75 | which the ~substance of the bread is changed, is something, 240 3, 75 | consequently the ~substance of the bread is not annihilated.~Aquin.: 241 3, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether bread can be converted into the 242 3, 75 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that bread cannot be converted into 243 3, 75 | for the substance of the ~bread and of the body of Christ, 244 3, 75 | the whole substance of the bread to be ~converted into the 245 3, 75 | the food. Therefore, if bread be changed into the ~body 246 3, 75 | be in ~the matter of the bread, which is false. Consequently, 247 3, 75 | false. Consequently, the bread is not ~changed into the 248 3, 75 | possible for this matter of bread to become this matter whereby ~ 249 3, 75 | possible for this ~substance of bread to be changed into the substance 250 3, 75 | conversion of the substance of bread into itself.~Aquin.: SMT 251 3, 75 | whole substance of the bread is changed into the whole 252 3, 75 | Whether the accidents of the bread and wine remain in this 253 3, 75 | that the accidents of the bread and wine do not remain ~ 254 3, 75 | consecration, the ~substance of the bread does not remain in this 255 3, 75 | remain, the substance of ~the bread does not. Consequently this 256 3, 75 | sense judges that to be bread which faith believes to 257 3, 75 | sacrament for the accidents of bread to remain subject to the 258 3, 75 | and ~for the substance of bread not to remain. ~Aquin.: 259 3, 75 | therefore the accidents of the bread remain ~after the change 260 3, 75 | Therefore the accidents of the bread and ~wine ought not to remain 261 3, 75 | species which we ~behold, of bread and wine, we honor invisible 262 3, 75 | all the accidents of the ~bread and wine remain after the 263 3, 75 | commonly used by men, namely, ~bread and wine. Secondly, lest 264 3, 75 | substantial form of the bread remains in this sacrament 265 3, 75 | substantial form of the bread remains in this ~sacrament 266 3, 75 | consecration. But since bread is an artificial ~thing, 267 3, 75 | substantial form of the ~bread is changed into the soul. 268 3, 75 | performs every ~operation which bread would do were it present. 269 3, 75 | substantial ~form of the bread remains in this sacrament 270 3, 75 | The substantial form of bread is of the substance of ~ 271 3, 75 | is of the substance of ~bread. But the substance of the 272 3, 75 | But the substance of the bread is changed into the body 273 3, 75 | substantial form of the bread ~does not remain.~Aquin.: 274 3, 75 | do the accidents of the bread remain, but also its substantial 275 3, 75 | substantial form of the ~bread were to remain, nothing 276 3, 75 | to remain, nothing of the bread would be changed into the 277 3, 75 | substantial form of the bread were to remain, ~it would 278 3, 75 | remain in the matter of the bread, then the ~whole substance 279 3, 75 | whole substance of the bread would remain, which is against 280 3, 75 | because the accidents ~of the bread remain in this sacrament, 281 3, 75 | substantial form of the bread ~does not remain.~Aquin.: 282 3, 75 | the ~substantial forms of bread, by the power of fire baking 283 3, 75 | Therefore the form of the bread is changed into the form 284 3, 75 | Some of the operations of bread follow it by reason of the ~ 285 3, 75 | found in ~the species of the bread after the consecration on 286 3, 75 | other operations follow the bread either ~by reason of the 287 3, 75 | is first the substance of bread, ~and afterwards the substance 288 3, 75 | last instant in which the bread ~is there, and the first 289 3, 75 | the instant in which the bread was last, and the ~instant 290 3, 75 | that the substance of the bread is ~there during the whole 291 3, 75 | in which the substance of bread is there, but ~a last time 292 3, 75 | of Christ is made out of ~bread"?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 293 3, 75 | of Christ is ~made out of bread." For everything out of 294 3, 75 | Christ's body is made out of bread, it will be true to ~say 295 3, 75 | will be true to ~say that bread is made the body of Christ. 296 3, 75 | to be false, ~because the bread is not the subject of the 297 3, 75 | Christ's body is made out of bread.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 298 3, 75 | proposition is never true: "The bread ~is the body of Christ"; 299 3, 75 | body of Christ"; or "The bread is made the body of Christ"; 300 3, 75 | Christ"; or ~again, "The bread will be the body of Christ." 301 3, 75 | of Christ is made out of bread."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 302 3, 75 | seems to be false: ~"The bread is converted into the body 303 3, 75 | of Christ is ~made out of bread."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 304 3, 75 | this proposition is false: "Bread can be the body of Christ." ~ 305 3, 75 | of Christ is made out of ~bread."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 306 3, 75 | Christ is made out of the bread."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 307 3, 75 | that, This conversion of bread into the body of Christ 308 3, 75 | after the substance of bread; in natural transmutation 309 3, 75 | passes into the other, as bread ~into Christ's body, and 310 3, 75 | the whole substance of the bread passes into ~the whole body 311 3, 75 | Non-being is being" or, "Bread is the body of Christ," ~ 312 3, 75 | non-being," and "out of bread, the body of Christ," and " 313 3, 75 | can be being," or that "bread can be the body of Christ": 314 3, 75 | body of Christ is made of bread," because ~this preposition " 315 3, 75 | it ~is not granted that "bread will be the body of Christ," 316 3, 75 | namely, the accidents of the bread, as stated above ~(A[5]), 317 3, 75 | similitude, ~namely, that "bread is the body of Christ," 318 3, 75 | the body of Christ," or, "bread will be the body ~of Christ," 319 3, 75 | body of Christ is made of bread"; provided that by ~the 320 3, 75 | provided that by ~the word "bread" is not understood the substance 321 3, 75 | understood the substance of bread, but in general ~"that which 322 3, 75 | contained under the species of bread," under which species ~there 323 3, 75 | contained the substance of bread, and afterwards the body ~ 324 3, 75 | of Christ ~is made out of bread," yet it is not said properly 325 3, 75 | not said properly that "bread becomes ~the body of Christ," 326 3, 75 | it is not ~granted that bread can be the body of Christ: 327 3, 76 | sacrament by conversion of ~the bread and wine. But it is evident 328 3, 76 | But it is evident that the bread and wine cannot be ~changed 329 3, 76 | But the measure of the bread and wine is much ~smaller 330 3, 76 | pre-existing substance of ~the bread and wine is changed, as 331 3, 76 | Because the change of the bread and wine is not terminated ~ 332 3, 76 | as to the species of the bread, not only the flesh, but 333 3, 76 | the ~consecration of the bread into the body of Christ, 334 3, 76 | that ~the dimensions of the bread or wine are not changed 335 3, 76 | the whole substance of the bread and wine was ~contained 336 3, 76 | contained under the species of bread, just as the other parts 337 3, 76 | the ~consecration of the bread. Therefore, it cannot begin 338 3, 76 | species," namely, of the bread and wine, ~"the same is 339 3, 76 | present under the ~species of bread by the power of the sacrament, 340 3, 76 | under the species of the bread, but without the blood; ~ 341 3, 76 | part of the species of the bread and ~wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP 342 3, 76 | part of the ~species of bread and wine. Because those 343 3, 76 | and the entire nature of bread ~under every part of bread; 344 3, 76 | bread ~under every part of bread; and this indifferently, 345 3, 76 | the air is divided or the bread cut), or ~whether they be 346 3, 76 | part of ~the species of the bread, even while the host remains 347 3, 76 | under the dimensions of the bread; and consequently not an 348 3, 76 | of the substance of the ~bread is terminated at the substance 349 3, 76 | dimensive quantity of the bread remains in this sacrament, 350 3, 76 | outside the species of the ~bread, which is unreasonable, 351 3, 76 | the consecration of the bread, as stated above ~(A[2]). 352 3, 76 | dimensive ~quantity of the bread remains after the consecration, 353 3, 76 | only the ~substance of the bread passes away.~Aquin.: SMT 354 3, 76 | dimensive ~quantity of the bread is there after its proper 355 3, 76 | where the species of the bread and ~wine are, that it is 356 3, 76 | Further, the place of the bread and wine is not empty, because ~ 357 3, 76 | is the substance of the bread there, as ~stated above ( 358 3, 76 | succeeds the substance of bread in this sacrament: hence ~ 359 3, 76 | hence ~as the substance of bread was not locally under its 360 3, 76 | was the substance of the bread: and therefore the ~substance 361 3, 76 | therefore the ~substance of the bread was there locally by reason 362 3, 76 | consecration ~and conversion of the bread and wine, as stated above ( 363 3, 76 | species, which is that of bread or wine. ~Consequently, 364 3, 76 | before under the species of bread; or when to the ~same individual 365 3, 76 | under the appearance of bread. Nor is there any ~deception 366 3, 76 | dimensions of the consecrated bread and wine continue, ~while 367 3, 77 | breaking of the consecrated bread?~(8) Whether anything can 368 3, 77 | there before, namely, of the bread and wine." Therefore ~since 369 3, 77 | since the substance of the bread and the wine does not remain, 370 3, 77 | that, The species of the bread and wine, which are perceived ~ 371 3, 77 | in the substance of the bread and wine, for that does 372 3, 77 | in the substance ~of the bread and wine; and when this 373 3, 77 | as the substance of the bread and wine remained; but ~ 374 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the bread or wine is ~the subject 375 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the ~bread or wine is not the subject 376 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the bread or ~wine remains individuated 377 3, 77 | accidents that remain, of the bread and ~wine, the senses perceive 378 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the ~bread and wine that remains after 379 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the ~bread and wine that remains: first 380 3, 77 | in the substance of ~the bread, were individuated by means 381 3, 77 | substantial form of the bread and wine does not remain 382 3, 77 | when the ~substance of the bread and wine was present, it 383 3, 77 | while the substance of the bread and wine remained, now that 384 3, 77 | that the ~substance of the bread and wine has passed into 385 3, 77 | But the matter of the bread does not remain in this 386 3, 77 | when the substance of ~the bread was present. Consequently, 387 3, 77 | while the substance of the bread and wine was present, ~so 388 3, 77 | as the substances of the bread and ~wine are not, but by 389 3, 77 | color or the savor of the bread or wine be altered.~Aquin.: 390 3, 77 | as the substance of the bread or wine was subject to ~ 391 3, 77 | to the substance of the bread and wine, if there be such ~ 392 3, 77 | for the ~corruption of the bread and wine, then the body 393 3, 77 | color ~or the savor of the bread or wine is slightly modified; 394 3, 77 | the quantity, as when the bread or the wine is divided into 395 3, 77 | keep in them the nature of bread or of wine. But if the change 396 3, 77 | that the substance of the bread or wine would have been 397 3, 77 | other ~qualities of the bread and wine are so altered 398 3, 77 | incompatible with ~the nature of bread or of wine; or else on the 399 3, 77 | as, ~for instance, if the bread be reduced to fine particles, 400 3, 77 | drops that the species of bread or wine no longer ~remain.~ 401 3, 77 | even the matter, of the bread and ~wine were to remain 402 3, 77 | that the substance of the bread and wine ~returns during 403 3, 77 | returning ~substance of the bread and wine, ashes or worms 404 3, 77 | if the substance of the bread and wine be converted into ~ 405 3, 77 | the ~substance of the bread and wine cannot return, 406 3, 77 | back into the substance of bread and wine, ~which is impossible: 407 3, 77 | But if the ~substance of bread or wine be annihilated, 408 3, 77 | when the ~substance of the bread returns. For, from what 409 3, 77 | while the species of the bread and ~wine remain, there 410 3, 77 | with the substance of the bread and wine in this ~sacrament, 411 3, 77 | Hence the ~substance of the bread and wine cannot return while 412 3, 77 | then ~the substance of the bread and wine would be without 413 3, 77 | indeed, ~the substance of bread and wine, because it is 414 3, 77 | but) the ~matter of the bread and wine; which, matter, 415 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the bread and wine to ~be the subject 416 3, 77 | generated ~from the matter of bread or wine, if it were present, 417 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the bread or wine, not, indeed, ~by 418 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the bread and wine retains its ~own 419 3, 77 | Sacram. v), "it is not this bread that enters into our ~body, 420 3, 77 | into our ~body, but the bread of everlasting life, which 421 3, 77 | the body. Therefore this ~bread does not nourish: and the 422 3, 77 | the consecration of the bread and wine, claimed ~their 423 3, 77 | substantial ~form of the bread and wine: both because the 424 3, 77 | After the consecration bread can be said to be in this ~ 425 3, 77 | very body can be called ~bread, since it is the mystical 426 3, 77 | since it is the mystical bread "coming down from heaven." ~ 427 3, 77 | Ambrose uses the word "bread" in this second meaning, 428 3, 77 | when ~he says that "this bread does not pass into the body," 429 3, 77 | But ~he is not speaking of bread taken in the first acceptation.~ 430 3, 77 | lips I profess, that the bread and wine which are placed ~ 431 3, 77 | is the substance of the bread, because it no longer ~remains. 432 3, 77 | dimensive quantity of the ~bread, as in a subject, just as 433 3, 77 | ad 3); because it is this bread and this wine ~which is 434 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread is appropriate?~(3) Whether 435 3, 78 | Christ first blessed the bread which He took, and ~said 436 3, 78 | saying ~them, whereas the bread and wine are not changed 437 3, 78 | expressed thus: ~"Taking the bread He blessed it, saying: This 438 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread: "This ~is My body"?~Aquin.: 439 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread is the change ~of the substance 440 3, 78 | of the substance of the bread into the body of Christ, 441 3, 78 | determinate, since only bread is converted into the ~body 442 3, 78 | that it ~be said: "This bread is My body."~Aquin.: SMT 443 3, 78 | the consecration of the ~bread. For it was said (A[1]) 444 3, 78 | changing ~the substance of bread into the body of Christ. 445 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread ought to signify the actual ~ 446 3, 78 | actual ~conversion of the bread into the body of Christ. 447 3, 78 | forgiveness of sins." For as the bread is changed by the power ~ 448 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread, the body of Christ is ~ 449 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread are ~not more efficacious 450 3, 78 | perfect consecration of the bread. Therefore, ~directly these 451 3, 78 | often ~as you shall eat this bread and drink the chalice, you 452 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread; but by the ~words which 453 3, 78 | iv): "The change of the bread into Christ's body is caused ~ 454 3, 78 | But ~the change of the bread and wine into Christ's body 455 3, 78 | something else? And so, what was bread before ~consecration is 456 3, 78 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: When the bread is said to be changed into 457 3, 78 | Christ's words change the bread into His body. ~But in Christ' 458 3, 78 | spoken, the substance of the bread is still ~there, because 459 3, 78 | But it is false to say: "Bread is Christ's body." ~Consequently 460 3, 78 | effect the change of the bread into the body of ~Christ. 461 3, 78 | preceding the ~change of the bread into the body of Christ. 462 3, 78 | effecting the conversion of the ~bread into the body of Christ. 463 3, 78 | conversion, namely, the bread. but ~for that which is 464 3, 78 | Christ, nor do they make the bread to be the ~body of Christ; 465 3, 78 | species, and was ~formerly bread, they make to be the body 466 3, 78 | Lord did not say: "This bread is My body," which would 467 3, 78 | accidents, which at first was bread, and is ~afterwards the 468 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread accomplishes its effect ~ 469 3, 78 | the consecration of the bread does not ~accomplish its 470 3, 78 | the ~consecration of the bread, so does His blood come 471 3, 78 | words for consecrating the bread ~were to produce their effect 472 3, 78 | Therefore the words whereby the bread is ~consecrated do not bring 473 3, 78 | form for consecrating the ~bread, the first of which do not 474 3, 78 | uttered for consecrating the ~bread, the consecrated host is 475 3, 78 | consecrating words of the bread produce ~their effect before. 476 3, 78 | namely, for consecrating the bread and the wine, await each 477 3, 78 | the ~consecration of the bread is complete, the body of 478 3, 78 | form for consecrating the bread ~constitute the truth of 479 3, 79 | Lord says (Jn. 6:52): "The bread which I will give, ~is My 480 3, 79 | life-giving blessing in the bread and wine."~Aquin.: SMT TP 481 3, 79 | Sacram. v): "This is the bread of everlasting life, which 482 3, 79 | is one thing made," ~viz. bread; "and many grapes flow into 483 3, 79 | united to fire; so also the bread of ~communion is not simple 484 3, 79 | communion is not simple bread but bread united with the 485 3, 79 | is not simple bread but bread united with the Godhead." 486 3, 79 | If any man eat of this ~bread, he shall live for ever." 487 3, 79 | denoted ~by the species of the bread and wine are to be had in 488 3, 79 | spiritually the heavenly "bread, bring innocence to the 489 3, 79 | Sacram. v) that this daily bread is taken "as a ~remedy against 490 3, 79 | Jn. 6:50): "This is the bread which ~cometh down from 491 3, 79 | according ~to Ps. 103:5: "(That) bread strengthens [Vulg.: 'may 492 3, 79 | Approach without ~fear; it is bread, not poison." Secondly, 493 3, 79 | If any man eat of this bread," etc., says: "Eat the heavenly 494 3, 79 | says: "Eat the heavenly bread ~spiritually; bring innocence 495 3, 80 | Ps. 77:25: "Man ~ate the bread of angels," the gloss says: " 496 3, 80 | in Joan.) says: "Eat the bread" ~of the altar "spiritually; 497 3, 80 | vision (and this is the bread we hope for in heaven), 498 3, 80 | man is said to eat the "bread of angels," because ~it 499 3, 80 | it is, to eat the ~living bread." But the sinner does not 500 3, 80 | sacrament, which is the living bread.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[


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