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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 51 | bodies they ate, and ~Abraham offered them food, after having 2 1, 51 | R.O. 5 Para. 3/3~Abraham offered them food, deeming them 3 1, 65 | things in so far as they are offered to man as rewards. ~For 4 1, 52 | bodies they ate, and ~Abraham offered them food, after having 5 1, 52 | R.O. 5 Para. 3/3~Abraham offered them food, deeming them 6 1, 66 | things in so far as they are offered to man as rewards. ~For 7 1, 98 | procure something pleasurable ~offered to them; and so they would 8 1, 112 | praying, his prayers being offered ~to God by Gabriel. And 9 1, 114 | forasmuch as these things are offered to them in token of ~the 10 2, 9 | can be something exterior, offered to the ~sense. Therefore 11 2, 9 | the will, through being offered to ~the senses, and also 12 2, 9 | on the part of the object offered from without: ~not on the 13 2, 10 | visible. Wherefore if color be offered to ~the sight, it moves 14 2, 10 | Wherefore if the will be offered an object which is ~good 15 2, 10 | other hand, the will is offered an object that is ~not good 16 2, 11 | complacency in ~that which is offered as becoming: and this belongs 17 2, 13 | by its ~imagination, is offered something to which its appetite 18 2, 47 | more unjust is a slight offered him in the ~matter in which 19 2, 74 | understand that the woman has offered the forbidden fruit ~to 20 2, 80 | Consequently neither the thing offered ~from without, nor he that 21 2, 80 | respect of things ~that are offered outwardly to the senses, 22 2, 98 | their own gifts, when they offered all that opened the womb, 23 2, 99 | expressed in words, ~but also offered to the senses. Wherefore 24 2, 100 | all the sacrifices were ~offered up with the same purpose. 25 2, 101 | forbade sacrifices to be offered in every place and by any 26 2, 101 | sacrifices," which are offered up in honor ~of God. The 27 2, 101 | for the sacrifices to be offered both in ~some certain place 28 2, 101 | Just as the sacrifices were offered in a fixed place, so ~were 29 2, 101 | fixed place, so ~were they offered at fixed times: for which 30 2, 102 | number ~of animals to be offered, and other such particular 31 2, 102 | those things which were offered ~in sacrifice, are those 32 2, 102 | sacrifices were ~unfittingly offered to God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 33 2, 102 | kinds of quadrupeds were offered in sacrifice ~to God, viz. 34 2, 102 | whatever is best should be offered to God, it seems that not ~ 35 2, 102 | should sacrifices have been offered to Him.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 36 2, 102 | indifferently are commanded to be ~offered up. Since then the young 37 2, 102 | dove are commanded to be offered, ~so also should the young 38 2, 102 | slain animals ~should be offered to God, especially as the 39 2, 102 | none but slain animals were offered in sacrifice to ~God, it 40 2, 102 | therefore slain animals were offered to God, it was ~unreasonable 41 2, 102 | just as holocausts were offered up in honor of God, so ~ 42 2, 102 | But no female animals ~was offered up to God as a holocaust, 43 2, 102 | although holocausts were offered of ~both quadrupeds and 44 2, 102 | female ~animals should be offered up in peace-offerings and 45 2, 102 | nevertheless birds should not be offered up in peace-offerings.~Aquin.: 46 2, 102 | sacrifice should have been ~offered up for all sins.~Aquin.: 47 2, 102 | Further, all animals that were offered up in sacrifice, were ~offered 48 2, 102 | offered up in sacrifice, were ~offered up in one way, viz. slain. 49 2, 102 | products of the soil should be offered up in various ways; ~for 50 2, 102 | incense, and salt should be ~offered to God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 51 2, 102 | sacrifices, by the ~fact that man offered some of his own belongings 52 2, 102 | sacrifices of the Old Law were ~offered up in order to foreshadow 53 2, 102 | priest of the Old Law "often" offered "the same ~sacrifices, which 54 2, 102 | take away sins: but" Christ offered "one ~sacrifice for sins, 55 2, 102 | wish these sacrifices to be offered to Him on ~account of the 56 2, 102 | things themselves that were offered, as though He stood in ~ 57 2, 102 | above, He wished them to be offered to ~Him, in order to prevent 58 2, 102 | rather than others, being offered in ~sacrifice to God. First, 59 2, 102 | idolatry. Because idolaters ~offered all other animals to their 60 2, 102 | what is clean ~should be offered to God. These birds especially 61 2, 102 | These birds especially were offered in ~sacrifice because there 62 2, 102 | these animals should be offered, that they ~might foreshadow 63 2, 102 | gloss observes, "Christ is ~offered in the calf, to denote the 64 2, 102 | hence they could not be offered in ~the temple like other 65 2, 102 | doves are commanded ~to be offered, because nothing should 66 2, 102 | because nothing should be offered to God but what is best.~ 67 2, 102 | The animals which were offered in sacrifice were slain, ~ 68 2, 102 | this kind of sacrifice was offered to God ~specially to show 69 2, 102 | authority of ~God, and should be offered to Him.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 70 2, 102 | sin-offering," which was offered to God on ~account of man' 71 2, 102 | however, this sacrifice was offered for ~the sins of the whole 72 2, 102 | the use of that which was offered for their own sins, to signify ~ 73 2, 102 | those for whose sins it was offered, it would seem to be the 74 2, 102 | same as if ~it had not been offered.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 75 2, 102 | peace-offering," which was ~offered to God, either in thanksgiving, 76 2, 102 | His charity, whereby He offered Himself to God for us.~Aquin.: 77 2, 102 | breast-bone of the animals offered in sacrifice; wherefore 78 2, 102 | therefore none but a male was offered for a holocaust: because ~ 79 2, 102 | since peace-victims were offered freely, and no one ~was 80 2, 102 | hence these birds were offered ~not among the peace-victims, 81 2, 102 | victims are ~commanded to be offered for the sin of a priest, 82 2, 102 | the ~species of animals offered for it. Wherefore the goat, 83 2, 102 | a very ~base animal, was offered for idolatry; while a calf 84 2, 102 | idolatry; while a calf was offered for a ~priest's ignorance, 85 2, 102 | and of these bread was offered; or as drink, and of these 86 2, 102 | and of these wine was ~offered; or as seasoning, and of 87 2, 102 | these oil and salt were offered; or as ~healing, and of 88 2, 102 | healing, and of these they offered incense, which both smells 89 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 14: Honey was not offered in the sacrifices to God, 90 2, 102 | because it was wont to be offered in the sacrifices to idols; 91 2, 102 | sacrifice to God. Leaven was not offered, to denote ~the exclusion 92 2, 102 | Perhaps too, it was wont to be offered in ~the sacrifices to idols.~ 93 2, 102 | 2/3~Salt, however, was offered, because it wards off the 94 2, 102 | putrefaction: for sacrifices offered to God should be incorrupt. ~ 95 2, 102 | 14 Para. 3/3~Incense was offered to denote devotion of the 96 2, 102 | therefore incense was not offered therein (Num. 5:15).~Aquin.: 97 2, 102 | wished sacrifices to be offered to Him in one place only. ~ 98 2, 102 | corporeal sacrifices which were offered in the court: whereas the 99 2, 102 | the people possessed were offered ~to God: and consequently 100 2, 102 | consequently the people who offered these sacrifices to God ~ 101 2, 102 | holiness of the people was ~offered to God. And this altar was 102 2, 102 | works of virtue must be offered to us to God through Him; 103 2, 102 | afflict the body, which are offered, as it were, on the altar ~ 104 2, 102 | perfection of mind, are ~offered to God in Christ, by the 105 2, 102 | wherefore neither are animals offered before the ~eighth day. 106 2, 102 | purified by certain sacrifices, offered ~either for the whole community 107 2, 102 | account of the ~blood which is offered up. The uncleanness of the 108 2, 102 | whenever sacrifice was offered up in expiation of the multitude 109 2, 102 | which the blood that was offered up was not poured out, but ~ 110 2, 102 | that this sacrifice was offered to the Creator of the four 111 2, 102 | since this sacrifice was offered for the sin of idolatry, 112 2, 102 | sacrifices were wont to be offered for the sins of individuals: ~ 113 2, 102 | sacrifice of expiation should be offered for the whole people. And ~ 114 2, 102 | the glory of God. Then he offered two he-goats for ~the people: 115 2, 102 | people: one of which was offered in expiation of the sins 116 2, 102 | and calf which had been offered up ~for sin had to be burnt, 117 2, 102 | whenever sacrifice was ~offered for a grievous sin, or for 118 2, 102 | sacrifice which had been offered up. Hence the priest put 119 2, 102 | who sought to be cleansed offered for ~himself "two living 120 2, 102 | waters." These things he offered as an ~antidote to the four 121 2, 102 | subject to putrefaction, was offered against the putrefaction; 122 2, 102 | sweet-smelling herb, was offered up against the stench; a 123 2, 102 | stench; a living sparrow was offered up against numbness; and 124 2, 102 | has a ~vivid color, was offered up against the repulsive 125 2, 102 | Afterwards a sacrifice was offered ~for his sin, since leprosy 126 2, 102 | of His human ~nature, was offered up in an earthen vessel 127 2, 102 | consecration besides being offered to the Lord by the ~children 128 2, 102 | following sacrifices were offered: a ~calf, for sin, in memory 129 2, 102 | perfect, is commanded to be offered to the Lord (Ex. 13). ~Therefore 130 2, 102 | whom ~they had grown up, offered up these forbidden animals 131 2, 102 | may be that animals were offered to idols, while the ~products 132 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 5: The Gentiles offered their gods the first-fruits, 133 2, 102 | firstlings of clean fruits, were offered to ~God: and from the fifth 134 2, 102 | i.e. Christ, was to be offered to God. ~Or again, that 135 2, 103 | written (Gn. 4:3,4) that "Cain offered, of ~the fruits of the earth, 136 2, 103 | the Lord," and that "Abel offered of ~the firstlings of his 137 2, 103 | of their fat." Noe also "offered ~holocausts" to the Lord ( 138 2, 103 | Reply OBJ 1: The patriarchs offered up these oblations, sacrifices 139 2, 103 | certain sacrifices were offered ~up for sins, not as though 140 2, 103 | and devotion of those who offered them. It must be observed, ~ 141 2, 103 | until an ~oblation should be offered for every one of them." 142 2, 103 | the prohibition of things offered ~to idols, that of idolatry; 143 2, 103 | had ~partaken of things offered to idols. Hence these things 144 2, 104 | the ~sacrifices that are offered to Him, but also with whatever 145 2, 105 | precepts. For the Jews were offered three opportunities of ~ 146 2, 105 | command any sacrifice to be offered in order to investigate 147 2, 10 | sale, then he should be offered for ~sale within three months. 148 2, 28 | sacrifices, but wishes them to be offered to Him, in order to ~arouse 149 2, 64 | is taken lawfully may be offered to God in ~sacrifice and 150 2, 75 | him to judge of the goods offered for sale. Now ~judgment 151 2, 75 | know ~the faults of things offered for sale. Now one is not 152 2, 75 | the defects of ~the goods offered for sale be hidden, judgment 153 2, 75 | goods at the price actually offered him, does not seem to act ~ 154 2, 79 | that to which something is offered, viz. God, to Whom ~worship 155 2, 79 | OBJ 2: Further, what is offered by one man to another is 156 2, 79 | according as the person it is offered to is in greater ~need: 157 2, 79 | finding fault with those who offered to idols those things that 158 2, 79 | things that are wont ~to be offered to men, because, to wit, 159 2, 79 | These external things are offered to God, not as though He ~ 160 2, 80 | 31): "All the multitude offered victims, and praises, and 161 2, 80 | children of Israel . . . offered first-fruits to the ~Lord 162 2, 81 | Law incense was said to be offered for a ~sweet smell to the 163 2, 81 | I answer that, Prayer is offered to a person in two ways: 164 2, 81 | OBJ 2: Further, prayer is offered that it may be heard. Now 165 2, 81 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: Prayer is offered up to God, not that we may 166 2, 81 | because, since prayers offered for others proceed from 167 2, 81 | Further, prayer should be offered to God in secret, according 168 2, 81 | prayer ~is that which is offered to God by the ministers 169 2, 81 | whole people for whom it is offered: and ~this would not be 170 2, 81 | prayer is that which is offered by any ~single person, whether 171 2, 81 | others; thanksgiving is offered by the mind ~to God in ineffable 172 2, 82 | whereby some external thing is offered to God; ~thirdly, those 173 2, 82 | significative of reverence are offered ~to creatures of excellence, 174 2, 82 | there is one thing which is offered to God alone, and that ~ 175 2, 82 | that exterior adoration is offered on account of ~interior 176 2, 82 | to which "a sacrifice is offered ~to God in every place," 177 2, 83 | whereby external things are ~offered to God. These give rise 178 2, 83 | Whether sacrifice should be offered to God alone?~(3) Whether 179 2, 83 | of ~certain animals being offered by some, and others by others. 180 2, 83 | we do not read that Isaac offered sacrifice; nor that Adam ~ 181 2, 83 | 19) that sacrifices are ~offered in signification of something. 182 2, 83 | Isaac and other just men offered sacrifice to God in ~a manner 183 2, 83 | read of no sacrifice being ~offered by Adam may be that, as 184 2, 83 | of Christ, being himself offered in sacrifice; and so ~there 185 2, 83 | Whether sacrifice should be offered to God alone?~Aquin.: SMT 186 2, 83 | sacrifice should not be offered to the most ~high God alone. 187 2, 83 | Since sacrifice ought to be offered to God, it would seem ~that 188 2, 83 | seem ~that it ought to be offered to all such as are partakers 189 2, 83 | Thus sacrifice should be offered to all these.~Aquin.: SMT 190 2, 83 | Therefore sacrifices also may be offered to them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 191 2, 83 | above (A[1]), a sacrifice is offered in order ~that something 192 2, 83 | Now the sacrifice that is offered ~outwardly represents the 193 2, 83 | sacrifice is apparently anything offered to God. Now ~many things 194 2, 83 | God. Now ~many things are offered to God, such as devotion, 195 2, 83 | his soul's good ~which is offered to God in a certain inward 196 2, 83 | which is, so to speak, offered to God in martyrdom, and 197 2, 83 | done to the thing which is offered to God, for instance animals 198 2, 83 | oblations, because they were offered to ~God, according to Dt. 199 2, 83 | speaking, because they are not offered immediately ~to God, but 200 2, 83 | Further, sacrifices are offered to God in order to signify ~ 201 2, 83 | praise merely through being offered to God in ~protestation 202 2, 84 | is common to all things offered for the Divine worship, 203 2, 84 | so that if a ~thing be offered to be destroyed in worship 204 2, 84 | on the other hand, it be offered with a view to its ~remaining 205 2, 84 | of this kind that they be offered voluntarily, ~according 206 2, 84 | quantity or kind of the thing offered.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 207 2, 84 | which has been already offered to the Church by way of 208 2, 84 | the oblations which are offered within the precincts of 209 2, 84 | oblations that are freely offered; thirdly, if ~the parishes 210 2, 84 | considered in itself, may be offered in oblation. But ~it may 211 2, 84 | and their price could be offered, ~according to Lev. 27:27, " 212 2, 84 | But a dog was neither offered nor redeemed, both ~because 213 2, 84 | proceeds of which cannot be offered in ~oblation. However, this 214 2, 84 | purpose for which it ~was offered, wherefore it is written ( 215 2, 84 | Further, first-fruits were offered to the Lord for a special ~ 216 2, 84 | oblation, because they are ~offered to God with a certain profession ( 217 2, 84 | Now the first-fruits were offered for a special reason, ~namely, 218 2, 84 | 5:1), the first-fruits offered by the people were ~granted 219 2, 84 | OBJ 2: First-fruits were offered in the Old Law, not only 220 2, 84 | above, first-fruits are offered by way of oblation, a ~condition 221 2, 85 | of the proportion to be offered to the ministers of divine 222 2, 85 | Now oblations, being offered ~to God immediately, seem 223 2, 85 | worship than tithes which are offered to the ministers. Therefore 224 2, 86 | religious worship should be offered to none but God. But ~a 225 2, 87 | God, to Whom the vow is offered.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 226 2, 91 | common worship which is offered by ministers impersonating 227 2, 92 | then? Do I say that what is offered in sacrifice to ~idols is 228 2, 92 | the saying that "what is offered in sacrifice to idols is 229 2, 92 | of a pure mind, should be offered" [*Augustine, as quoted ~ 230 2, 92 | part of ~the demons, who offered themselves to be worshipped 231 2, 93 | one way, it is something offered to God; as a sacrifice, 232 2, 93 | only idolatrous ~sacrifices offered to demons, but also recourse 233 2, 93 | it be if sacrifice were offered or reverence paid to the 234 2, 98 | Acts 8:18,19) that "he offered the apostles money" that 235 2, 98 | certain ~gifts were freely offered to the good prophets, for 236 2, 98 | grievance. For although Ephron offered him the ~burial place for 237 2, 99 | any ~of our neighbors are offered to God, according to Mt. 238 2, 113 | consists in ~words of praise offered to another in order to please 239 2, 127 | 1],2); and because it is offered to God and to the best; 240 2, 148 | made drunk by the drink offered. But if ignorance be lacking 241 2, 150 | thinking this a ~sin, that he offered sacrifice, but "because 242 2, 172 | either a corporeal thing offered externally to the ~sight, 243 2, 180 | spiritually when something ~is offered to Him; and of all man's 244 2, 180 | the human soul when it is offered to Him in sacrifice. Now 245 2, 183 | read (Is. 6:8) that ~Isaias offered himself for the office of 246 2, 185 | the altar ~wherever it be offered is common to all the faithful. 247 2, 186 | accept ~the possessions offered to him for the use of the 248 2, 186 | in common, and which were offered him ~for the common use 249 2, 186 | kept the things that ~were offered to Him, as related in Jn. 250 3, 1 | light"), but because He ~offered what was sufficient for 251 3, 5 | true body; wherefore He offered Himself to their touch, 252 3, 7 | resistance ~could not easily be offered; for what we easily repel 253 3, 14 | written (Is. 53:7): "He was offered because it was His ~own 254 3, 14 | 1: Christ is said to be "offered because it was His own will," ~ 255 3, 15 | the law ate the sacrifices offered for sin. And in that ~way 256 3, 15 | written (Is. 53:7): "He was offered because ~it was His own 257 3, 18 | according to Is. ~53:7: "He was offered because it was His own will," 258 3, 21 | did not wish prayers to be offered individually and ~privately, 259 3, 21 | Consequently the prayer which He ~offered for Himself was also in 260 3, 21 | Himself was also in a manner offered for others. So also ~anyone 261 3, 22 | priest?~(2) Of the victim offered by this priest;~(3) Of the 262 3, 22 | the old Law man was ~never offered up in sacrifice: whereas 263 3, 22 | every victim, through being offered to God, is ~consecrated 264 3, 22 | Wherefore, whatever is offered to God in order to ~raise 265 3, 22 | sacrifice of peace-offerings was offered ~up for the salvation of 266 3, 22 | Old Law, the holocaust was offered, so called because ~the 267 3, 22 | according to Is. 53:7: "He was offered because ~it was His own 268 3, 22 | Thus He is said to have offered Himself.~Aquin.: SMT TP 269 3, 22 | Gentiles, in which they offered ~up men to idols. Secondly, 270 3, 22 | the Sufferer, Who freely offered Himself to ~suffering. In 271 3, 22 | same manhood, when it was offered to God in the ~Passion, 272 3, 22 | namely, as a victim actually ~offered then. For it acquired then 273 3, 22 | would have ceased to be offered; because the worshipers 274 3, 22 | Moreover, the Sacrifice is ~offered continuously in the Church; 275 3, 22 | Law, a he-goat was ~mostly offered for the sin of a prince, 276 3, 22 | Who ~by the Holy Ghost offered Himself unspotted unto God, 277 3, 22 | sacrifice - to whom it is offered, by whom it is offered, 278 3, 22 | is offered, by whom it is offered, what is ~offered, for whom 279 3, 22 | it is offered, what is ~offered, for whom it is offered; 280 3, 22 | offered, for whom it is offered; the same one true Mediator 281 3, 22 | with Him to Whom it was ~offered, united in Himself those 282 3, 22 | Himself those for whom He offered it, at the same time ~offered 283 3, 22 | offered it, at the same time ~offered it Himself, and was Himself 284 3, 22 | was Himself that which He offered."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 285 3, 22 | The ~Sacrifice which is offered every day in the Church 286 3, 22 | that which Christ Himself offered, but is a commemoration 287 3, 22 | though various animals ~were offered up under the Old Law, yet 288 3, 22 | daily sacrifice, which was ~offered up morning and evening, 289 3, 22 | strong cry and tears He offered [Vulg.: 'offering'] up prayers 290 3, 22 | Further, in His passion Christ offered Himself as a sacrifice. ~ 291 3, 22 | the priest of the Old Law offered sacrifice not ~only for 292 3, 22 | If anyone say that Christ offered sacrifice for ~Himself, 293 3, 22 | the prayer which Christ offered pertained to His ~priesthood. 294 3, 22 | sacrifice itself which is offered, and the ~devotion of the 295 3, 22 | the sacrifice, which is offered by ~way of satisfaction, 296 3, 22 | for whom the sacrifice is ~offered, obtain the end of the sacrifice. 297 3, 22 | sacrifice ~which Christ offered consisted not in temporal 298 3, 22 | Lev. 16:11, and yet he offered up the ~he-goat and calf 299 3, 22 | priesthood of Melchisedech, who ~offered bread and wine, signifying, 300 3, 28 | marriage any slight ~should be offered to the male sex, which is 301 3, 36 | and to the presents to be offered: which tribe watched attentively 302 3, 36 | is to say, after they had offered up the Child Jesus in the ~ 303 3, 36 | have neither adored nor offered gifts. But since they sought 304 3, 36 | the bodies of the dead, is offered as ~to Him who is to die 305 3, 37 | a victim ~should not be offered up for a victim. Therefore 306 3, 37 | another victim should be offered up for Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 307 3, 37 | fitting that a lamb should be ~offered for Christ than "a pair 308 3, 37 | a ~sacrifice was to be offered either "for a son or for 309 3, 37 | the legal victims to be ~offered for Him who was the true 310 3, 37 | poor man's victim to be offered for Him" just as in His ~ 311 3, 37 | each of these animals are ~offered, to show that holiness should 312 3, 46 | written (Is. 53:7): "He was ~offered because it was His own will." 313 3, 46 | Old Law, and ~these were offered up in the Temple. Therefore 314 3, 46 | and the goat which were offered ~in most solemn sacrifice 315 3, 46 | lest you might think He was offered for that people only. Consequently, ~ 316 3, 47 | which the dying Christ ~offered for us. Hence it is written ( 317 3, 47 | the same passage: "He was offered because it was His own ~ 318 3, 47 | Gentiles but the Jews who offered the figurative sacrifices 319 3, 48 | But human ~flesh was never offered up in the sacrifices of 320 3, 48 | the same place, "Christ offered Himself up ~for us in the 321 3, 48 | to wit, to whom it is offered, by whom it ~is offered, 322 3, 48 | offered, by whom it ~is offered, what is offered, and for 323 3, 48 | it ~is offered, what is offered, and for whom it is offered - 324 3, 48 | offered, and for whom it is offered - that the same ~one true 325 3, 48 | one with Him to whom He offered it, might be one ~with them 326 3, 48 | one ~with them for whom He offered it, and might Himself be 327 3, 48 | the offerer and ~what He offered."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 328 3, 48 | which Christ's flesh is ~offered, was flesh right fittingly, 329 3, 48 | nature, it is fittingly offered for men, and ~is partaken 330 3, 48 | fittingly partaken of by men, or offered up ~for men, as human flesh? 331 3, 48 | What could be so favorably offered and ~accepted as the flesh 332 3, 48 | Christ who is said to have offered this sacrifice, ~and not 333 3, 51 | sacrifice of the altar ~to be offered not upon silk, nor upon 334 3, 60 | principally to things which are offered to the senses; hence ~Augustine 335 3, 61 | signs; for if man were ~offered spiritual things without 336 3, 61 | actions, bodily ~exercise was offered to him in the sacraments, 337 3, 61 | matter: in so far as "he ~offered bread and wine" (Gn. 14: 338 3, 61 | just as bread and wine are offered ~in the sacrifice of the 339 3, 64 | Further, certain prayers are offered up in conferring the ~sacraments. 340 3, 64 | giving the sacraments, are ~offered to God, not on the part 341 3, 64 | sacrifice is no ~longer offered, the chrism is no longer 342 3, 66 | suffering Christ ~Himself is offered to us as the Paschal banquet, 343 3, 66 | Who by the Holy ~Ghost offered Himself unspotted unto God, 344 3, 68 | sacrament of Baptism should be ~offered even to sinners.~Aquin.: 345 3, 68 | this sacrament should be offered to sinners.~Aquin.: SMT 346 3, 68 | sacrament of Baptism should be offered to sinners.~Aquin.: SMT 347 3, 68 | xcviii), "little children are offered that they may receive grace 348 3, 68 | rightly considered to be ~offered by those who are pleased 349 3, 68 | are pleased at their being offered, and by whose ~charity they 350 3, 69 | just as if he himself had offered ~sufficient satisfaction 351 3, 70 | Baptism. But Baptism is offered to all nations, according 352 3, 70 | saved." Wherefore Baptism is offered to all nations. On the other ~ 353 3, 70 | thenceforth, they may be offered to the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT 354 3, 70 | parents who were believers offered up some prayers to God for 355 3, 70 | faith"; just as the adults offered ~prayers and sacrifices 356 3, 73 | order ~that what was once offered up for our ransom should 357 3, 73 | oblation of Melchisedech, who offered up bread ~and wine. In relation 358 3, 74 | mixed with water are to ~be offered."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 359 3, 74 | therefore "Christ's body ~is offered" under the species of bread " 360 3, 74 | Judaizing, because the Jews ~offered up fermented bread for the 361 3, 74 | 14:18) is related to have offered up bread and wine only. 362 3, 74 | oblations which in mass are offered to the Lord, only bread ~ 363 3, 74 | mixed with water are to be offered in sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT 364 3, 74 | mingled with the wine which is offered ~in this sacrament. First 365 3, 74 | nor water only ought to be offered, but ~both mixed because 366 3, 74 | therefore the water is not offered ~apart from the wine in 367 3, 74 | sacrament, as the wine is offered apart from ~the bread; but 368 3, 74 | bread; but the water is offered mixed with the wine to show 369 3, 76 | A[1]) that "the body is offered for the salvation of ~the 370 3, 78 | in ~those for whom it is offered. And therefore He says expressly, " 371 3, 78 | for many," for whom it is offered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 372 3, 79 | 1]), "Christ's body is ~offered up in this sacrament for 373 3, 79 | this sacrament "the body is offered for the salvation of the 374 3, 79 | sacrifice inasmuch as it is offered up; and it has ~the nature 375 3, 79 | or in them for whom it is offered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 376 3, 79 | 21:4) ~of the widow who offered "two mites" that she "cast 377 3, 79 | for them for whom it is ~offered, or even for the offerers, 378 3, 79 | the quantity of the ~thing offered, as this sacrament does, 379 3, 79 | represented, whereby ~Christ "offered Himself a Victim to God" ( 380 3, 79 | sacrifice, because it is ~offered for all who partake of it. 381 3, 79 | sacrifice, inasmuch as it is offered for their salvation. Hence 382 3, 80 | 74], A[1]), the blood is ~offered for the health of the soul. 383 3, 80 | for the blood not to be offered to the reception of the 384 3, 82 | of that one ~which Christ offered on the altar of the cross." 385 3, 82 | and the prayers ~which are offered up in the mass for the quick 386 3, 82 | because the same sacrifice is offered ~by both.~Aquin.: SMT TP 387 3, 82 | sense, that the sacrifice is offered wrongly outside the Church. 388 3, 82 | sacrifice of ~this sacrament is offered by consecrating. Hence, 389 3, 82 | whereby a sacrifice is offered to God, to ~which the priest 390 3, 83 | 1, says: "In Christ was offered up a sacrifice ~capable 391 3, 83 | namely that which Christ offered, and which we offer, "and ~ 392 3, 83 | victims, because Christ was offered but once: and this latter ~ 393 3, 83 | former. For, just as what is offered ~everywhere is one body, 394 3, 83 | Passion, this sacrament is offered ~regularly every day in 395 3, 83 | the ~fruit of the Passion offered to us by this sacrament, 396 3, 83 | mystery, which is both ~offered as a sacrifice, and consecrated 397 3, 83 | consecration of the matter ~offered; and thirdly, its reception.~ 398 3, 83 | my heart, I have . . . offered all these things: and I 399 3, 83 | whom this sacrifice is ~offered, namely, for the whole Church, 400 3, 83 | or for whom ~the mass is offered." Secondly, he commemorates 401 3, 83 | salutary to them for whom it is offered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 402 3, 83 | in which the sacrifice is offered not for present ~peace, 403 3, 83 | people, since for them it is offered; and not merely on ~the 404 3, 83 | is threefold; the ~part offered and put into the chalice 405 3, 83 | as many hosts are to be offered ~on the altar as shall suffice 406 Suppl, 9 | Contrition and satisfaction are offered to God: but ~confession 407 Suppl, 10| contrition, and if at the time he offered ~no obstacle to grace. Consequently 408 Suppl, 18| absolution, provided he offered no obstacle. ~For if the 409 Suppl, 21| those for whom they are offered. But the Church prays for 410 Suppl, 21| like ~manner prayers may be offered up for those who are excommunicated, 411 Suppl, 21| of the Church which are ~offered up for the whole Church, 412 Suppl, 26| punishment unless satisfaction is offered for him individually, to 413 Suppl, 36| no greater than ~service offered to Him in the body. Now 414 Suppl, 37| offerings made by the people are offered through the ~priest. Hence 415 Suppl, 40| Christ in the ~Church, Who offered Himself for us to the Father. 416 Suppl, 42| sanctifying remedy against sin ~offered to man under sensible signs [* 417 Suppl, 49| take the ~pleasure when offered, but that perfection requires 418 Suppl, 71| as much as if they were ~offered for each individual?~(14) 419 Suppl, 71| special suffrages ~are not offered, as much as special and 420 Suppl, 71| those for whom they are offered?~~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 421 Suppl, 71| so that the satisfaction offered by one is accepted in lieu 422 Suppl, 71| command suffrages to be offered for him, or if some ~other 423 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 1: The prayer offered by a sinner is sometimes 424 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Whether suffrages offered by the living for the dead 425 Suppl, 71| would seem that suffrages offered by the living for the dead ~ 426 Suppl, 71| debt of the one for whom he offered ~them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 427 Suppl, 71| manner, suffrages that are offered for ~others profit those 428 Suppl, 71| to Jerusalem . . . to be offered for the sins ~of the dead." 429 Suppl, 71| them when suffrages are offered for ~them. Yet even this 430 Suppl, 71| know not when suffrages are offered for them, unless this relief 431 Suppl, 71| it. Therefore suffrages offered ~by the living do not diminish 432 Suppl, 71| to avail them which are offered at their behest. ~Yet these 433 Suppl, 71| so many suffrages to be offered for him that if they ~were 434 Suppl, 71| for him that if they ~were offered they would suffice for the 435 Suppl, 71| certain suffrages to be offered ~for him, receives the full 436 Suppl, 71| any alms whatsoever are offered ~for those who have been 437 Suppl, 71| follow that the sacrifices offered for the faithful departed ~ 438 Suppl, 71| others ~for whom they are offered.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 439 Suppl, 71| saint from the suffrages offered by a person, but that this ~ 440 Suppl, 71| provided for ~suffrage to be offered for himself, and this was 441 Suppl, 71| sacraments ought to be ~offered for the departed equally 442 Suppl, 71| candles and oil should be offered for the dead. Therefore ~ 443 Suppl, 71| As regards the sacrifice offered the Mass profits equally ~ 444 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Whether suffrages offered for one deceased person 445 Suppl, 71| person for ~whom they are offered more than others?~Aquin.: 446 Suppl, 71| would seem that suffrages offered for one deceased person 447 Suppl, 71| the one for whom they are offered, than to others. ~For spiritual 448 Suppl, 71| spiritual light, though they be offered for one person in particular, 449 Suppl, 71| those for whom they are ~offered. Therefore they profit more 450 Suppl, 71| Therefore if the suffrages offered for certain people profit 451 Suppl, 71| the person for whom it is offered. Therefore one also who ~ 452 Suppl, 71| have said that suffrages offered for one particular person ~ 453 Suppl, 71| person for whom they are offered, but those who ~are most 454 Suppl, 71| those for whom ~they are offered. Now both opinions have 455 Suppl, 71| charity, although they are not offered specially for him. In this ~ 456 Suppl, 71| person for whom they are offered: in fact, they avail him 457 Suppl, 71| person for whom they are offered, ~and accordingly there 458 Suppl, 71| suffrages would profit them if offered for them, and this was merely ~ 459 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Whether suffrages offered for several are of as much 460 Suppl, 71| one as ~if they had been offered for each in particular? ~ 461 Suppl, 71| would seem that suffrages offered for several are of as much ~ 462 Suppl, 71| one as if they had been offered for each in particular. 463 Suppl, 71| for ~whom a suffrage is offered loses nothing if some one 464 Suppl, 71| and consequently if it be offered for several, it is ~of as 465 Suppl, 71| to each one as if it were offered for each in particular.~ 466 Suppl, 71| If therefore a ~suffrage offered for several is of as much 467 Suppl, 71| each one as if it ~were offered for one alone, it would 468 Suppl, 71| each one than if it were offered for one ~only.~Aquin.: SMT 469 Suppl, 71| Church ~together, suffrages offered for several persons avail 470 Suppl, 71| as much as ~if they were offered for one alone, because charity 471 Suppl, 71| more than that which is offered for ~him in common with 472 Suppl, 71| whom the ~suffrages are offered. Hence it is evident that 473 Suppl, 71| suffrages are ~appointed to be offered in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 474 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 2: Since suffrages offered for one person avail others 475 Suppl, 71| not that the satisfaction offered by one suffrage ~be applied 476 Suppl, 71| chiefly, but that the prayer offered for them ~in particular 477 Suppl, 71| special suffrages are not ~offered, as much as special suffrages 478 Suppl, 71| those for whom they are ~offered in addition to general suffrages?~ 479 Suppl, 71| special ~suffrages are not offered, as much as special suffrages 480 Suppl, 71| those for ~whom they are offered in addition to general suffrages. 481 Suppl, 71| for whom no suffrages are offered merited to be assisted after 482 Suppl, 71| whom special suffrages are offered. Therefore the former ~will 483 Suppl, 71| person for whom they are offered than general suffrages alone.~ 484 Suppl, 71| for if the suffrages offered for one ~person in particular 485 Suppl, 71| special suffrages are not ~offered will be assisted as much 486 Suppl, 71| the one for whom they are offered, if ~he be equally worthy. 487 Suppl, 71| other hand, if the suffrages offered for a ~person do not profit 488 Suppl, 71| chiefly for whom they ~are offered, then there is no doubt 489 Suppl, 71| whom special ~suffrages are offered obtains a more speedy but 490 Suppl, 71| those ~for whom they are offered (for instance if they need 491 Suppl, 71| those ~suffrages are not offered, if they need them: as affirmed 492 Suppl, 72| does not mean that they ~offered contradictory prayers to 493 Suppl, 80| Evang.) ~that "our Lord offered His flesh to be handled, 494 Suppl, 81| ratio of the resistance offered by the medium. Now the ~ 495 Suppl, 81| movements ~where resistance is offered by both the movable and 496 Suppl, 86| judged unjustly; for ~"He was offered because it was His own will" ( 497 Suppl, 96| conversion, no prayer ~will be offered for them, neither by the


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