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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 96 | power: as water added to wine takes ~at first the taste 2 1, 96 | takes ~at first the taste of wine, then, as more water is 3 1, 96 | added, the strength of ~the wine is diminished, till the 4 1, 96 | is diminished, till the wine becomes watery. In like 5 1, 118 | just as water is mixed with wine, as ~the Philosopher says 6 1, 118 | dies. Thus the virtue of ~wine that transforms the water 7 2, 1 | some, the sweetness of wine is most pleasant, to others, 8 2, 12 | instance, the acquiring of wine and clothing is included 9 2, 26 | thus "a man is said to love wine, on account of its sweetness 10 2, 26 | have no friendship for ~wine and suchlike things, as 11 2, 40 | high spirits, on account of wine, and heedlessness of dangers 12 2, 45 | xxvii, 4) that "lovers of wine are strong ~and daring." 13 2, 45 | strong ~and daring." But from wine ensues the effect of drunkenness. 14 2, 45 | passage that ~"lovers of wine are more daring, on account 15 2, 45 | account of the heat of the wine": ~hence it has been said 16 2, 46 | when a man is said to love ~wine or something of the kind, 17 2, 55 | that ~are mighty to drink wine, and stout men at drunkenness." 18 2, 76 | willfully drinks too much wine, the result being that he 19 2, 77 | e.g. a man is said to love wine or money) admits, ~as its 20 2, 88 | through the mere lust ~of wine, make himself unable to 21 2, 88 | ignorant of the strength of the wine, or of his own ~unfitness, 22 2, 88 | to refrain from excess of wine: wherefore the sin ~returns 23 2, 96 | Mt. 9:17) that if "new wine," i.e. precepts of ~a perfect 24 2, 96 | bottles break, and the wine runneth out," i.e. the precepts 25 2, 102 | animals, nothing but bread, wine, oil, incense, and salt 26 2, 102 | eat the fat, and drank the wine of their drink-offerings." 27 2, 102 | or as drink, and of these wine was ~offered; or as seasoning, 28 2, 102 | flesh of Christ; and the wine, His blood, ~whereby we 29 2, 102 | reason some refrain ~from wine and flesh-meat.~Aquin.: 30 2, 13 | was ~"a glutton . . . a wine drinker," and a "friend 31 2, 22 | thus we are said to love wine, or a horse, or the like), ~ 32 2, 22 | of having friendship for wine or for a horse.~Aquin.: 33 2, 25 | brought me into the ~cellar of wine, he set in order charity 34 2, 41 | flesh, ~and not to drink wine, nor anything whereby thy 35 2, 62 | 1:7] . . . not given to wine, no striker."~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 75 | turned into ~dross, thy wine is mingled with water": 37 2, 76 | consumption: thus we consume wine when we use it for drink 38 2, 76 | if a man wanted to sell wine separately from the ~use 39 2, 76 | separately from the ~use of the wine, he would be selling the 40 2, 76 | commits an injustice who lends wine or ~wheat, and asks for 41 2, 76 | for instance money, wheat, wine and so forth, the lender 42 2, 83 | 18), offering bread and wine in sacrifice, and of ~certain 43 2, 86 | eating flesh or drinking wine contrary to ~abstinence 44 2, 140 | and neither ~flesh nor wine entered my mouth, neither 45 2, 143 | stated (3 Esdra 3:21) that "wine . . . makes all ~thoughts 46 2, 143 | honest." But the use of wine, especially in excess, in 47 2, 143 | man is intoxicated, "the wine makes his thoughts ~honest" 48 2, 145 | concupiscence is kindled by drinking wine more than by ~eating flesh; 49 2, 145 | according to Prov. 20:1, "Wine is a luxurious thing," and ~ 50 2, 145 | 5:18, "Be not drunk with wine, wherein is luxury." Since 51 2, 145 | are not forbidden to drink wine, it seems that they should 52 2, 145 | A[1], ad 3], and humor. Wine and other ~things that heat 53 2, 145 | flesh meat rather than of wine or vegetables which ~are 54 2, 146 | withdraw ~my flesh from wine, that I might turn my mind 55 2, 146 | saying of 3 Esdra 3:20, that "wine . . . ~gives every one a 56 2, 147 | 3) Whether the use of wine is lawful?~(4) To whom especially 57 2, 147 | written (Ecclus. 31:32): "Wine taken with ~sobriety is 58 2, 147 | health to soul and body; ~wine drunken with excess raiseth 59 2, 147 | disturb ~the brain, such as wine and all intoxicants. Nevertheless, 60 2, 147 | 1: Just as the material wine intoxicates a man as to 61 2, 147 | 1/1~Whether the use of wine is altogether unlawful?~ 62 2, 147 | would seem that the use of wine is altogether unlawful. 63 2, 147 | beginning." Now the use of wine is a ~hindrance to wisdom, 64 2, 147 | to withdraw my flesh from wine, that I might turn my mind 65 2, 147 | flesh, and not to drink wine, nor anything whereby thy 66 2, 147 | unlawful to make use of wine.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 67 2, 147 | that "after the deluge ~wine and flesh were sanctioned: 68 2, 147 | it ~seems unlawful to use wine under the Christian law.~ 69 2, 147 | water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's sake, 70 2, 147 | written (Ecclus. 31:36): "Wine drunken with ~moderation 71 2, 147 | is not unlawful to drink wine as such. Yet it may ~become 72 2, 147 | easily the worse for ~taking wine, or because he is bound 73 2, 147 | bound by a vow not to drink wine: sometimes ~it results from 74 2, 147 | abstain altogether from ~wine, but that he abstain from 75 2, 147 | abstain altogether from wine, and this depends on circumstances 76 2, 147 | is good to ~abstain from wine, but that it is good in 77 2, 147 | withdraws some from the use of wine, that they may aim ~at perfection, 78 2, 147 | denotes abstinence from wine. Now wine is ~forbidden 79 2, 147 | abstinence from wine. Now wine is ~forbidden to kings, 80 2, 147 | to Prov. ~31:4, "Give not wine to kings," and further on ( 81 2, 147 | to them that are sad, and wine to them that are grieved 82 2, 147 | ancient Romans women drank ~no wine. Secondly, sobriety is more 83 2, 147 | Now immoderate ~use of wine is a notable obstacle to 84 2, 148 | resulting from his drinking much wine, ~the consequence being 85 2, 148 | In one way, through ~the wine being too strong, without 86 2, 148 | concupiscence and use of wine: in this way it is accounted 87 2, 148 | knowingly to abstain from wine to the extent of molesting 88 2, 148 | whereas immoderate use of wine is voluntary, and it is 89 2, 148 | not the ~strength of the wine, so too is he that invites 90 2, 148 | use and concupiscence of wine. Now ~this may happen to 91 2, 148 | experienced the strength ~of wine and his own liability to 92 2, 149 | Titus 1:7, "Not given to wine, no striker," ~etc.: "The 93 2, 151 | is written (Prov. 20:1): "Wine is a lustful [Douay: ~'luxurious'] 94 2, 151 | luxurious'] thing." Now wine is connected with pleasure 95 2, 151 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Wine is said to be a lustful 96 2, 151 | because the use of ~too much wine affords an incentive to 97 2, 151 | powerful than its effect. Now wine is ~forbidden on account 98 2, 151 | 18), "Be not drunk with wine wherein is lust [Douay: ' 99 2, 151 | 4:11, "Fornication and ~wine and drunkenness take away 100 2, 158 | thus we temper strong wine. But moderation is necessary 101 2, 165 | of the ~king's meat and wine, lest they should be defiled, 102 2, 174 | turned the water ~into good wine, as stated in Jn. 2:10. 103 2, 186 | withdraw my flesh ~from wine, that I might turn my mind 104 2, 186 | Polit. i, 5,6) that bread, wine, and ~the like are natural 105 3, 2 | of ~water in a flagon of wine. And hence, since the Divine 106 3, 22 | who ~offered bread and wine, signifying, as Augustine 107 3, 22 | under the form ~of bread and wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 108 3, 27 | Jn. 2:3: ~"They have no wine," the same Chrysostom says 109 3, 36 | changing the water into wine, according to Jn. 2:11: "' 110 3, 40 | that "John drank ~neither wine nor strong drink: because 111 3, 43 | when He changed water into wine at ~the marriage feast?~ 112 3, 43 | when He ~changed water into wine at the marriage feast. For 113 3, 43 | miracle of changing water into wine at the marriage feast took ~ 114 3, 44 | when He changed water into wine, for there He ~shows His 115 3, 44 | first setteth forth good wine," Chrysostom says: "Christ' 116 3, 46 | in Joan.) respecting the wine into which Christ changed 117 3, 61 | as "he ~offered bread and wine" (Gn. 14:18), just as bread 118 3, 61 | 14:18), just as bread and wine are offered ~in the sacrifice 119 3, 66 | employed in washing, such as wine, ~oil, and such like. Therefore 120 3, 66 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Wine and oil are not so commonly 121 3, 66 | than water, and diluted wine ~is wine rather than water.~ 122 3, 66 | water, and diluted wine ~is wine rather than water.~Aquin.: 123 3, 66 | the juice of the grape ~is wine, wherefore it has not the 124 3, 66 | blood ~of an animal, or wine, or any liquid extracted 125 3, 66 | be used, as neither can wine. Nor does the comparison 126 3, 73 | the ~species of bread and wine, which are the objects of 127 3, 73 | species of the bread and wine, as the power of the Holy 128 3, 73 | species of the bread and wine produce ~no effect except 129 3, 73 | one, to wit, bread and ~wine, it seems to follow that 130 3, 73 | Reply OBJ 2: The bread and wine are materially several signs, 131 3, 73 | sacrifice, in offering bread and wine. But the expression of ~ 132 3, 73 | and this is the bread and wine; that which ~is both reality 133 3, 73 | who offered up bread ~and wine. In relation to Christ crucified, 134 3, 74 | change of the bread and wine into the ~body of Christ; 135 3, 74 | the accidents of bread and wine which continue in ~this 136 3, 74 | inquiry:~(1) Whether bread and wine are the matter of this sacrament?~( 137 3, 74 | matter of this sacrament is wine from the grape?~(6) Whether 138 3, 74 | this sacrament is bread and wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 139 3, 74 | sacrament is not bread and wine. ~Because this sacrament 140 3, 74 | more fully than bread and wine. Therefore the matter of 141 3, 74 | of animals than bread and wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 142 3, 74 | found, and in many places wine is not to ~be found. Therefore 143 3, 74 | found. Therefore bread and wine are not a suitable matter 144 3, 74 | But to some ~weak persons wine is hurtful. Therefore it 145 3, 74 | Therefore it seems that wine ought not to ~be the matter 146 3, 74 | sacraments only bread and wine mixed with water are to ~ 147 3, 74 | the species of bread and wine, as is ~evident from Mt. 148 3, 74 | Consequently, bread and wine are the proper matter ~of 149 3, 74 | with water; so bread and wine, wherewith men ~are commonly 150 3, 74 | sacrament of the body, and the wine as the sacrament of the 151 3, 74 | blood" under the species of wine "for the health of the soul," ~ 152 3, 74 | composed of many grains, and ~wine flows from many grapes," 153 3, 74 | OBJ 2: Although wheat and wine are not produced in every 154 3, 74 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Wine taken in small quantity 155 3, 74 | determinate quantity of bread and wine is required for the ~matter 156 3, 74 | determinate quantity of bread and wine is ~required for the matter 157 3, 74 | quantity of ~the bread and wine is required.~Aquin.: SMT 158 3, 74 | in the market and all the wine in ~the cellar. Therefore 159 3, 74 | small, of the bread and wine which cannot ~be consecrated. 160 3, 74 | immense quantity of bread and wine, for instance, all the bread 161 3, 74 | in the ~market or all the wine in a cask. But this does 162 3, 74 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether wine of the grape is the proper 163 3, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that wine of the grape is not the 164 3, 74 | matter of Baptism, so is wine the ~matter of this sacrament. 165 3, 74 | celebrated in any kind of wine, ~such as of pomegranates, 166 3, 74 | Further, vinegar is a kind of wine drawn from the grape, as ~ 167 3, 74 | Therefore, it seems that wine from the grape is not the 168 3, 74 | Further, just as the clarified wine is drawn from grapes, so 169 3, 74 | some priests "who ~offer wine pressed from the grape in 170 3, 74 | Consequently, it seems that wine from the grape is not the ~ 171 3, 74 | A[3]). Therefore, only wine from the grape is the proper ~ 172 3, 74 | can only be performed with wine from the ~grape. First of 173 3, 74 | instituted this sacrament in wine from the grape, as is evident 174 3, 74 | that is properly called ~wine, which is drawn from the 175 3, 74 | other liquors are called ~wine from resemblance to the 176 3, 74 | from resemblance to the wine of the grape. Thirdly, because 177 3, 74 | grape. Thirdly, because the wine ~from the grape is more 178 3, 74 | written (Ps. 103:15): "That wine may ~cheer the heart of 179 3, 74 | Such liquors are called wine, not properly but only from ~ 180 3, 74 | resemblance thereto. But genuine wine can be conveyed to such ~ 181 3, 74 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Wine becomes vinegar by corruption; 182 3, 74 | returning from vinegar to wine, as is said in Metaph. viii. 183 3, 74 | however, ~be made from wine which is turning sour, just 184 3, 74 | has not yet the species of wine: on which ~account it may 185 3, 74 | already ~the species of wine, for its sweetness [*"Aut 186 3, 74 | something else ~besides wine. It is furthermore forbidden 187 3, 74 | should be mixed with the wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 188 3, 74 | not to be mixed with the wine, since ~Christ's sacrifice 189 3, 74 | have offered up bread and wine only. Consequently it ~seems 190 3, 74 | OBJ 3: Further, bread and wine are the matter of this sacrament. 191 3, 74 | anything be added ~to the wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 192 3, 74 | the Lord, only bread ~and wine mixed with water are to 193 3, 74 | ought to be mingled with the wine which is offered ~in this 194 3, 74 | instituted this sacrament in wine ~tempered with water according 195 3, 74 | Prov. 9:5): "Drink the wine which I have mixed for you." ~ 196 3, 74 | Lord's chalice neither wine only nor water only ought 197 3, 74 | but Christ's ~blood by the wine. Therefore when water is 198 3, 74 | water is mixed with the wine in the ~chalice, the people 199 3, 74 | water is mixed with the wine, neither is without water.~ 200 3, 74 | chalice is not water only and wine only, but both must be mixed 201 3, 74 | mixing of water with the wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 202 3, 74 | flowed from His side. But wine, which is the ~sacrament 203 3, 74 | of mixing ~water with the wine, "one may pardon his simplicity"; 204 3, 74 | to the sacrament, as the wine or the ~bread. Therefore 205 3, 74 | mingling of water with the wine is not essential to ~the 206 3, 74 | the adding of water to the wine is for the purpose of ~signifying 207 3, 74 | mixing of the water with the wine is signified the union of ~ 208 3, 74 | but not of the essence ~of wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 209 3, 74 | offered ~apart from the wine in this sacrament, as the 210 3, 74 | in this sacrament, as the wine is offered apart from ~the 211 3, 74 | is offered mixed with the wine to show that the ~wine belongs 212 3, 74 | the wine to show that the ~wine belongs of itself to this 213 3, 74 | as something added to the wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 214 3, 74 | mixing of water with the wine is not necessary ~for the 215 3, 74 | of water is added to the wine, whether natural ~water, 216 3, 74 | little water mixed with much wine is corrupted. But ~what 217 3, 74 | greater quantity than the wine, in the sacrifice, where 218 3, 74 | of the entire Church more wine than water ought to be ~ 219 3, 74 | the water added to ~the wine, as Pope Innocent III says 220 3, 74 | remains by itself when the wine is changed into blood: but ~ 221 3, 74 | others have said that as the wine is ~changed into blood, 222 3, 74 | consecrated apart from the wine, as ~the wine is from the 223 3, 74 | apart from the wine, as ~the wine is from the bread.~Aquin.: 224 3, 74 | the water is ~changed into wine, and the wine into blood. 225 3, 74 | changed into wine, and the wine into blood. Now, this could 226 3, 74 | it would be changed into wine. ~Consequently, it is always 227 3, 74 | water, especially if the ~wine be weak, because the sacrament 228 3, 74 | destroy the species of the wine. Hence Pope ~Julius I reprehends 229 3, 74 | when it is mixed with the wine: but it ~is not necessary 230 3, 74 | the water is changed into wine, it is signified that ~the 231 3, 74 | water must be added to the wine ~at the actual celebration 232 3, 75 | THE CHANGE OF BREAD AND WINE INTO THE BODY AND BLOOD 233 3, 75 | change of the bread and wine into the body and ~blood 234 3, 75 | the substance of bread and wine remain in this sacrament ~ 235 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine remains ~after the consecration?~ 236 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine does remain in ~this sacrament 237 3, 75 | men to eat bread and drink wine, ~God has wedded his Godhead 238 3, 75 | Therefore the bread and wine are at the same time, in 239 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine remains also ~in this sacrament.~ 240 3, 75 | OBJ 3: Further, bread and wine are made use of in this 241 3, 75 | made from ~many grains and wine from many grapes," as Augustine 242 3, 75 | substance of ~bread and wine. Therefore, the substance 243 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine remains in ~this sacrament.~ 244 3, 75 | figure of ~the bread and wine be seen, still, after the 245 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine ~remains in this sacrament 246 3, 75 | power, to the ~bread and wine, not that these may remain 247 3, 75 | substance of the bread or wine is annihilated after the ~ 248 3, 75 | substance of the bread or of the wine is the term ~"wherefrom," 249 3, 75 | substance of the bread or wine no longer remains, unless 250 3, 75 | substance of the bread ~or wine is something." Consequently, 251 3, 75 | substance of the ~bread or wine is nothing."~Aquin.: SMT 252 3, 75 | substance of the bread or wine is not ~annihilated.~Aquin.: 253 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine does not ~remain in this 254 3, 75 | substance of the bread and wine to be changed into Christ' 255 3, 75 | substance of the ~bread and wine is either dissolved into 256 3, 75 | substance of the ~bread and wine is dissolved, depart from 257 3, 75 | substance of ~the bread or wine remains until the last instant 258 3, 75 | substance of the bread or wine is dissolved gradually into 259 3, 75 | substance of the bread or wine, after the consecration, ~ 260 3, 75 | the whole substance of the wine into the whole ~substance 261 3, 75 | accidents of the bread and wine remain in this sacrament ~ 262 3, 75 | accidents of the bread and wine do not remain ~in this sacrament. 263 3, 75 | accidents of the bread and ~wine ought not to remain in this 264 3, 75 | we ~behold, of bread and wine, we honor invisible things, 265 3, 75 | accidents of the ~bread and wine remain after the consecration. 266 3, 75 | men, namely, ~bread and wine. Secondly, lest this sacrament 267 3, 76 | conversion of ~the bread and wine. But it is evident that 268 3, 76 | evident that the bread and wine cannot be ~changed either 269 3, 76 | measure of the bread and wine is much ~smaller than the 270 3, 76 | substance of ~the bread and wine is changed, as expressed 271 3, 76 | change of the bread and wine is not terminated ~at the 272 3, 76 | body of Christ, or of the wine into ~His blood, the accidents 273 3, 76 | dimensions of the bread or wine are not changed into the 274 3, 76 | substance of the bread and wine was ~contained there before 275 3, 76 | the consecration of the wine; and so Christ's body will 276 3, 76 | under the species of the wine, and accordingly neither 277 3, 76 | namely, of the bread and wine, ~"the same is received"; 278 3, 76 | and under the species of wine the blood is ~present by 279 3, 76 | under the species of the wine, the blood would have been 280 3, 76 | not under the ~species of wine by the power of the sacrament, 281 3, 76 | the consecration of the wine the body of Christ is not ~ 282 3, 76 | species of the bread and ~wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] A[ 283 3, 76 | the ~species of bread and wine. Because those species can 284 3, 76 | part of the host or of the wine contained in the chalice.~ 285 3, 76 | species of the bread and ~wine are, that it is nowhere 286 3, 76 | the place of the bread and wine is not empty, because ~nature 287 3, 76 | conversion of the bread and wine, as stated above (A[1]; 288 3, 76 | which is that of bread or wine. ~Consequently, it seems 289 3, 76 | the consecrated bread and wine continue, ~while a miraculous 290 3, 77 | mixed with the consecrated wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 291 3, 77 | namely, of the bread and wine." Therefore ~since the substance 292 3, 77 | substance of the bread and the wine does not remain, it seems ~ 293 3, 77 | species of the bread and wine, which are perceived ~by 294 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine, for that does not ~remain, 295 3, 77 | substance ~of the bread and wine; and when this substance 296 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine remained; but ~their subjects 297 3, 77 | quantity of the bread or wine is ~the subject of the other 298 3, 77 | quantity of the ~bread or wine is not the subject of the 299 3, 77 | quantity of the bread or ~wine remains individuated according 300 3, 77 | remain, of the bread and ~wine, the senses perceive also 301 3, 77 | quantity of the ~bread and wine that remains after consecration.~ 302 3, 77 | quantity of the ~bread and wine that remains: first of all, 303 3, 77 | substantial form of the bread and wine does not remain in this ~ 304 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine was present, it follows 305 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine remained, now that the ~ 306 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine has passed into the body 307 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine was present, ~so likewise 308 3, 77 | substances of the bread and ~wine are not, but by addition 309 3, 77 | the savor of the bread or wine be altered.~Aquin.: SMT 310 3, 77 | substance of the bread or wine was subject to ~corruption, 311 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine, if there be such ~change 312 3, 77 | corruption of the bread and wine, then the body and blood 313 3, 77 | the savor of the bread or wine is slightly modified; or 314 3, 77 | as when the bread or the wine is divided into such parts 315 3, 77 | the nature of bread or of wine. But if the change be so ~ 316 3, 77 | substance of the bread or wine would have been corrupted, ~ 317 3, 77 | qualities of the bread and wine are so altered as to be 318 3, 77 | the nature of bread or of wine; or else on the part of 319 3, 77 | to fine particles, or the wine ~divided into such tiny 320 3, 77 | the species of bread or wine no longer ~remain.~Aquin.: 321 3, 77 | matter, of the bread and ~wine were to remain in this sacrament, 322 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine ~returns during the corruption 323 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine, ashes or worms or something 324 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine be converted into ~the body 325 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine cannot return, except the 326 3, 77 | the substance of bread and wine, ~which is impossible: thus 327 3, 77 | the ~substance of bread or wine be annihilated, it cannot 328 3, 77 | species of the bread and ~wine remain, there remain also 329 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine in this ~sacrament, according 330 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine cannot return while the 331 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine would be without their proper ~ 332 3, 77 | the substance of bread and wine, because it is in that very 333 3, 77 | matter of the bread and wine; which, matter, properly 334 3, 77 | quantity of the bread and wine to ~be the subject of subsequent 335 3, 77 | from the matter of bread or wine, if it were present, can 336 3, 77 | quantity of the bread or wine, not, indeed, ~by a new 337 3, 77 | quantity of the bread and wine retains its ~own nature, 338 3, 77 | reason holds good of the wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 339 3, 77 | consecration of the bread and wine, claimed ~their oblations, 340 3, 77 | intoxicated by the fumes of wine). ~Because such refreshment 341 3, 77 | take hosts and consecrated wine in great quantity.~Aquin.: 342 3, 77 | substantial ~form of the bread and wine: both because the form does 343 3, 77 | profess, that the bread and wine which are placed ~on the 344 3, 77 | mingled with the consecrated wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 345 3, 77 | mingled with the consecrated wine, ~because everything mingled 346 3, 77 | sacramental species of ~the wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 347 3, 77 | mixed with the consecrated wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 348 3, 77 | mixed with the consecrated wine, then ~that also would appear 349 3, 77 | holy. But the consecrated wine is truly Christ's ~blood. 350 3, 77 | mingled with the consecrated wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 351 3, 77 | species of the sacramental wine is corrupted, so that the 352 3, 77 | mixed with ~the consecrated wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 353 3, 77 | liquid can be ~mixed with the wine after it is consecrated, 354 3, 77 | that if the substance of wine were there present, then 355 3, 77 | spread itself all through the wine, ~then the whole would be 356 3, 77 | would result that the former wine would remain no longer. ~ 357 3, 77 | mixed, the species of the wine would be dissolved, and 358 3, 77 | were ~added, of instance, wine with wine, the same species 359 3, 77 | of instance, wine with wine, the same species would 360 3, 77 | species would remain, but ~the wine would not be the same numerically, 361 3, 77 | shows: for instance, if one wine were white and the other 362 3, 77 | permeate the whole, the entire wine would not be mixed, but 363 3, 77 | water blended with much wine ~passes into the species 364 3, 77 | passes into the species of wine (De Gener. i).~Aquin.: SMT 365 3, 77 | it is this bread and this wine ~which is consecrated. Hence, 366 3, 77 | whole of the consecrated wine, ~and be mixed with it throughout, 367 3, 77 | part of the consecrated wine, yet will ~remain under 368 3, 77 | accidents appear to affect the wine that is added, because, 369 3, 77 | it takes the savor of the wine. The result is, then, that 370 3, 77 | accident, which was in the ~wine previous to consecration, 371 3, 77 | consecration, is afterwards in the wine that is added; ~but such 372 3, 77 | remaining accidents ~of the wine retain the action of substance, 373 3, 77 | added to the consecrated wine is in no way mixed ~with 374 3, 77 | the consecration other wine be put in the chalice, it 375 3, 77 | accidents of the previous wine, it is diffused throughout 376 3, 77 | the consecration of the wine does.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 377 3, 78 | them, whereas the bread and wine are not changed into his 378 3, 78 | the consecration of the wine: "This ~is the chalice of 379 3, 78 | the consecration of ~the wine. "This is the chalice of 380 3, 78 | Christ's body, so is the wine changed into Christ's ~blood, 381 3, 78 | the consecration of the wine, ~since both are Christ' 382 3, 78 | the consecration of the wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 383 3, 78 | blood," the change of the wine into blood is denoted, as 384 3, 78 | change of the bread and wine into Christ's body and blood 385 3, 78 | the consecration of the wine be completed?~Aquin.: SMT 386 3, 78 | the consecration of the wine be ~completed. For, as Christ' 387 3, 78 | the ~consecration of the wine. If, then, the words for 388 3, 78 | the consecration of the wine, it ~would follow that Christ' 389 3, 78 | sacramental words ~whereby the wine is consecrated.~Aquin.: 390 3, 78 | spoken for consecrating the wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 391 3, 78 | consecrating the bread and the wine, await each other's ~action, 392 3, 78 | the consecration of the wine, conversely, ~the blood 393 3, 79 | blessing in the bread and wine."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 394 3, 79 | flow into one thing," viz. wine. And ~therefore he observes 395 3, 79 | species of the bread and wine are to be had in the present 396 3, 80 | remains ~of the water or wine wherewith the mouth is rinsed, 397 3, 81 | for His part drinks the ~wine even with Judas in the kingdom 398 3, 81 | dimensions of the bread and wine; consequently, it is those ~ 399 3, 81 | is under the species of wine. But now that His blood 400 3, 81 | under the species of the wine. But at the time when Christ ~ 401 3, 81 | under the ~species of the wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 402 3, 82 | consecrates the ~bread and wine, in which consecration the 403 3, 82 | iv) that "the bread and ~wine are changed supernaturally 404 3, 83 | as some affirm, that the wine is changed ~into blood when 405 3, 83 | because the action of the wine thereon produces verdigris, 406 3, 83 | blood, to receive ~other wine which is not consecrated.~ 407 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 10: Wine, by reason of its humidity, 408 3, 83 | always cleanse his mouth with wine after ~receiving the entire 409 3, 83 | for the ~same reason that wine is poured over the fingers 410 3, 83 | the chalice, or even the wine overlooked, and that ~the 411 3, 83 | whether he uses bread and wine which are not ~consecrated, 412 3, 83 | it be discovered that the wine is poisoned, it ought ~to 413 3, 83 | purifying the chalice, fresh wine should be ~served for consecration. 414 3, 83 | it be discovered that the wine has been ~poisoned, the 415 3, 83 | he ought to put other ~wine into the chalice, resume 416 3, 83 | priest detect that either the wine or the ~water is absent, 417 3, 83 | mixed with the consecrated wine, ~because corruption of 418 3, 83 | priest ~perceive that no wine has been put in the chalice, 419 3, 83 | water, he ought to pour in ~wine with water, and begin over 420 Suppl, 29| the consecration ~of the wine, beginning where the other 421 Suppl, 29| signified by the use of wine, as may be gathered from 422 Suppl, 29| man (Lk. 10:34). Therefore wine also would be more ~suitable 423 Suppl, 29| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Wine heals by its roughness, 424 Suppl, 29| wherefore ~healing with wine pertains to Penance rather 425 Suppl, 37| receive the chalice with wine, and the paten with the ~ 426 Suppl, 37| prepares the cruet with wine and water; wherefore he ~ 427 Suppl, 37| he handles the water and wine to the ~end that they be 428 Suppl, 37| where the priest ~pours the wine and water into the chalice, 429 Suppl, 37| contained, as regards the wine, which needs a vessel to 430 Suppl, 59| we say it is not a real wine if it has not the ~effect 431 Suppl, 59| it has not the ~effect of wine.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 432 Suppl, 75| vinegar does not become wine ~unless the vinegar be corrupted 433 Suppl, 75| brought back to the quality of wine unless it first be ~dissolved 434 Suppl, 77| blood rose again, else the wine ~would not now be changed 435 Suppl, 77| the mixing of water with wine, which always weakens ~the 436 Suppl, 77| weakens ~the strength of the wine, so that in the end the 437 Suppl, 77| so that in the end the wine becomes watery: so ~that 438 Suppl, 77| drawn into the species of wine, it does ~not share the 439 Suppl, 77| not share the species of wine as perfectly as the first 440 Suppl, 77| first water added to ~the wine. Even so that which is secondly 441 Suppl, 78| body is likened to watery wine according to the ~Philosopher (


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