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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 36 | latter "Trubled ~gost is sacrifice of God" (Prose Psalter, 2 2, 68 | i, 18): "We offer up the sacrifice of ~prayer . . . lest wisdom 3 2, 91 | Ps. ~4:6): "Offer up the sacrifice of justice," as though someone 4 2, 101 | which foreshadowed the sacrifice in which Christ ~"delivered 5 2, 101 | Himself an oblation and a sacrifice to God" (Eph. 5:2). ~Therefore 6 2, 101 | But in the New Law ~the sacrifice is the Sacrament of the 7 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sacrifice of the New Law, viz. the 8 2, 101 | Heb. 13:12). Hence this Sacrifice is also a ~sacrament. But 9 2, 102 | was circumcision and the sacrifice of the paschal lamb. But 10 2, 102 | things which were offered ~in sacrifice, are those which are necessary 11 2, 102 | quadrupeds were offered in sacrifice ~to God, viz. oxen, sheep 12 2, 102 | present our bodies "a living sacrifice, holy, pleasing unto ~God."~ 13 2, 102 | animals were offered in sacrifice to ~God, it seems that it 14 2, 102 | reconcile us to God, one kind of sacrifice should have been ~offered 15 2, 102 | that were offered up in sacrifice, were ~offered up in one 16 2, 102 | sacrifices denote the inward sacrifice of the heart, whereby man 17 2, 102 | to God. But in the inward sacrifice, ~the sweetness, which is 18 2, 102 | should be forbidden in a sacrifice; ~while the use was prescribed, 19 2, 102 | First, in so far as the sacrifice represented the directing 20 2, 102 | which the offerer of the sacrifice was stimulated. Now in ~ 21 2, 102 | forbidden in the Law to offer ~sacrifice to any other but God, according 22 2, 102 | Consequently the chief sacrifice is that whereby Christ ~ 23 2, 102 | individual and paramount ~sacrifice - the imperfect forecasting 24 2, 102 | but" Christ offered "one ~sacrifice for sins, for ever." And 25 2, 102 | be taken from the true ~sacrifice of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS 26 2, 102 | others, being offered in ~sacrifice to God. First, in order 27 2, 102 | used not ~to offer them in sacrifice to their gods. Hence it 28 2, 102 | written (Ex. 8:26): ~"We shall sacrifice the abominations of the 29 2, 102 | especially were offered in ~sacrifice because there were plenty 30 2, 102 | animals which were offered in sacrifice were slain, ~because it 31 2, 102 | forbidden to offer them in sacrifice to ~God: and for this reason 32 2, 102 | burnt." For this kind of sacrifice was offered to God ~specially 33 2, 102 | R.O. 8 Para. 2/5~Another sacrifice was the "sin-offering," 34 2, 102 | priests. When, however, this sacrifice was offered for ~the sins 35 2, 102 | Para. 3/5~The third kind of sacrifice was called the "peace-offering," 36 2, 102 | of the animals offered in sacrifice; wherefore these things ~ 37 2, 102 | the most perfect kind of ~sacrifice, therefore none but a male 38 2, 102 | holiness, belongs to the sacrifice for sins, which was eaten 39 2, 102 | and on the very day of the sacrifice (Lev. 7:6,15). The ~third 40 2, 102 | from ~those who intend to sacrifice to God. Leaven was not offered, 41 2, 102 | fragrant. And since the ~sacrifice "of jealousy" did not proceed 42 2, 102 | chosen for the purpose of sacrifice. For it is ~written (Gn. 43 2, 102 | worship of the New Law, in the sacrifice whereof ~spiritual grace 44 2, 102 | synagogue: since the very sacrifice of the Church is spiritual; 45 2, 102 | wherefore ~with us the place of sacrifice is not distinct from the 46 2, 102 | therefore ~let us offer the sacrifice of praise always to God."~ 47 2, 102 | continual feast of an abiding sacrifice signified ~the perpetuity 48 2, 102 | feasts was that the continual sacrifice ~of the lamb foreshadowed 49 2, 102 | is evident, because the sacrifice of the ~paschal lamb signified 50 2, 102 | paschal lamb signified the sacrifice of Christ according to 1 51 2, 102 | were more grievous, by some sacrifice of expiation for the ~sin 52 2, 102 | like, which they used to sacrifice to the idols, fell into 53 2, 102 | camp; in fact, ~whenever sacrifice was offered up in expiation 54 2, 102 | order to show that this ~sacrifice cleansed the people from 55 2, 102 | dried; so also was this sacrifice for the ~preservation of 56 2, 102 | denoting the ~fact that this sacrifice was offered to the Creator 57 2, 102 | elements. ~And since this sacrifice was offered for the sin 58 2, 102 | figurative reason of this sacrifice was that the red cow signified ~ 59 2, 102 | of the seventh month, a ~sacrifice of expiation should be offered 60 2, 102 | for this was done whenever sacrifice was ~offered for a grievous 61 2, 102 | point out the effect of the ~sacrifice which had been offered up. 62 2, 102 | assigned (ad 5) to ~the sacrifice of the red heifer.~Aquin.: 63 2, 102 | evil smell. Afterwards a sacrifice was offered ~for his sin, 64 2, 102 | some of ~the blood of the sacrifice was put on the tip of the 65 2, 102 | holocaust, in memory of the sacrifice of Abraham, whose ~obedience 66 2, 102 | Christ's Passion, which is a sacrifice both of expiation and of ~ 67 2, 102 | manner, for the purpose of sacrifice or banquet: ~hence (Ex. 68 2, 103 | 16) that in offering the sacrifice for sin "the ~priest shall 69 2, 103 | but not in virtue of the sacrifice. Thus also it was by miracle 70 2, 105 | ways: it may be used for sacrifice, for ploughing, for ~food, 71 2, 105 | useful ~in four ways: "for sacrifice, for meat, for milk, and 72 2, 105 | Law did not ~command any sacrifice to be offered in order to 73 2, 105 | the Law to prescribe the "sacrifice of ~jealousy" in order to 74 2, 28 | have desired ~mercy and not sacrifice." Therefore mercy is the 75 2, 28 | supply others' defects is a sacrifice more acceptable to Him, 76 2, 30 | almsgiving is offering a sacrifice to God, according to Heb. 77 2, 30 | it has the character of a sacrifice, and thus it is ~commanded 78 2, 52 | book of Leviticus. Yet no sacrifice was ~prescribed for negligence. 79 2, 62 | went up to the altar to sacrifice (1 ~Mach. 2); and, in the 80 2, 64 | may be offered to God in ~sacrifice and oblation. Now this cannot 81 2, 79 | God ~alone, for instance, sacrifice, adoration and the like. 82 2, 79 | serve, to vow, to pray, to sacrifice and many ~such like. Therefore 83 2, 79 | holy fellowship, is a true sacrifice." But sacrifice ~belongs 84 2, 79 | is a true sacrifice." But sacrifice ~belongs to religion. Therefore 85 2, 79 | virtuous deed is said to be a sacrifice, in so far as ~it is done 86 2, 79 | Dei x, 5): "The visible sacrifice is the ~sacrament or sacred 87 2, 79 | sacred sign of the invisible sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 88 2, 80 | consists chiefly in an interior sacrifice of ~the spirit. But it is 89 2, 80 | written (Ps. 50:19): "A sacrifice to God is an ~afflicted 90 2, 82 | God alone, and that ~is sacrifice. Hence Augustine says (De 91 2, 82 | ever thought it his duty to sacrifice to any other than one whom 92 2, 82 | Gospel, according to which "a sacrifice is offered ~to God in every 93 2, 83 | SERVICE BY GIFT (QQ[85]-87)~OF SACRIFICE (FOUR ARTICLES)~In due sequence 94 2, 83 | 1) Whether offering a sacrifice to God is of the law of 95 2, 83 | law of nature?~(2) Whether sacrifice should be offered to God 96 2, 83 | Whether the offering of a sacrifice is a special act of virtue?~( 97 2, 83 | Whether all are bound to offer sacrifice?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 98 2, 83 | 1/1~Whether offering a sacrifice to God is of the law of 99 2, 83 | would seem that offering a sacrifice to God is not of the ~natural 100 2, 83 | offering bread and wine in sacrifice, and of ~certain animals 101 2, 83 | read that Isaac offered sacrifice; nor that Adam ~did so, 102 2, 83 | Therefore the offering of sacrifice is not ~of the natural law.~ 103 2, 83 | this is what ~we mean by a sacrifice, and consequently the offering 104 2, 83 | consequently the offering of sacrifice is of ~the natural law.~ 105 2, 83 | manner the offering of ~sacrifice belongs generically to the 106 2, 83 | and other just men offered sacrifice to God in ~a manner befitting 107 2, 83 | reason why we read of no sacrifice being ~offered by Adam may 108 2, 83 | being himself offered in sacrifice; and so ~there was no need 109 2, 83 | represented as offering a sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 110 2, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sacrifice should be offered to God 111 2, 83 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sacrifice should not be offered to 112 2, 83 | most ~high God alone. Since sacrifice ought to be offered to God, 113 2, 83 | according to Job 1:6. ~Thus sacrifice should be offered to all 114 2, 83 | animal or any other thing in sacrifice. Much more therefore ~may 115 2, 83 | therefore ~may one offer sacrifice to the angels and saints.~ 116 2, 83 | As stated above (A[1]), a sacrifice is offered in order ~that 117 2, 83 | be represented. Now the sacrifice that is offered ~outwardly 118 2, 83 | represents the inward spiritual sacrifice, whereby the soul ~offers 119 2, 83 | according to Ps. 50:19, "A sacrifice to God is an ~afflicted 120 2, 83 | the soul ~offers itself in sacrifice to God as its beginning 121 2, 83 | ought we to offer spiritual sacrifice, so too ought we to ~offer 122 2, 83 | OBJ 2: The offering of a sacrifice is measured not by the value 123 2, 83 | priest says not: I offer sacrifice to thee, Peter ~or Paul. 124 2, 83 | Whether the offering of sacrifice is a special act of virtue?~ 125 2, 83 | seem that the offering of sacrifice is not a special act ~of 126 2, 83 | Civ. Dei x, 6): "A true sacrifice is any ~work done that we 127 2, 83 | Therefore the ~offering of sacrifice is not a special act of 128 2, 83 | comprised in the offering of ~sacrifice, according to Rm. 12:1, " 129 2, 83 | Present your bodies a living ~sacrifice." Again the Apostle says ( 130 2, 83 | Therefore the offering of sacrifice is not a special act of 131 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a sacrifice is apparently anything offered 132 2, 83 | and holocausts. Therefore sacrifice does not ~appear to be a 133 2, 83 | fornication. Accordingly, sacrifice is a special ~act deserving 134 2, 83 | assumes the character of a sacrifice through being done in order ~ 135 2, 83 | God in a certain inward sacrifice by devotion, prayer ~and 136 2, 83 | and this is the principal sacrifice. The ~second is his body' 137 2, 83 | and of these we offer a sacrifice to God, ~directly when we 138 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A "sacrifice," properly speaking, requires 139 2, 83 | signifies this, since "sacrifice" is so called because a 140 2, 83 | done to them. Hence every sacrifice is an oblation, but not ~ 141 2, 83 | 26, but they are not a sacrifice, because nothing ~sacred 142 2, 83 | however, are neither a sacrifice nor ~an oblation, properly 143 2, 83 | called because they ~offer sacrifice to God. But all are not 144 2, 83 | Therefore all are bound to offer sacrifice to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 145 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Sacrifice is twofold, as stated above ( 146 2, 83 | principal is the inward sacrifice, which all are bound to 147 2, 83 | The other is the ~outward sacrifice, and this again is twofold. 148 2, 83 | again is twofold. There is a sacrifice which ~is deserving of praise 149 2, 83 | obligation of offering ~this sacrifice was not the same for those 150 2, 83 | action. The other ~outward sacrifice is when the outward actions 151 2, 84 | is both an oblation and a sacrifice. ~Wherefore it is written ( 152 2, 84 | shall offer an oblation of sacrifice to the Lord, his offering 153 2, 84 | be an oblation and not a sacrifice. Accordingly it ~is essential 154 2, 84 | given to the poor is not a sacrifice properly ~speaking; yet 155 2, 84 | speaking; yet it is called a sacrifice in so far as it is given 156 2, 84 | you offer the ~blind in sacrifice, is it not evil?" and it 157 2, 84 | making a vow offereth in sacrifice ~that which is feeble to 158 2, 86 | it would be unlawful to sacrifice, such as an ass or a human 159 2, 86 | Present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, ~pleasing to God," 160 2, 86 | religion, as offering a sacrifice or praying. ~But promising 161 2, 86 | being the lawful matter of a sacrifice, could and ~had to be bought 162 2, 86 | religion, e.g. to offer sacrifice to God he can ~be dispensed 163 2, 89 | according to Ps. 49:23: "The sacrifice of praise shall ~glorify 164 2, 92 | that what is offered in sacrifice to ~idols is anything? Or 165 2, 92 | that "what is offered in sacrifice to idols is not ~anything," 166 2, 92 | should ~offer a visible sacrifice to no other than to Him 167 2, 92 | to Him Whose invisible ~sacrifice we ourselves should be in 168 2, 93 | something offered to God; as a sacrifice, an ~oblation, or something 169 2, 93 | grievous ~would it be if sacrifice were offered or reverence 170 2, 93 | because they ~seemed to use no sacrifice, nor to pray to any spirit 171 2, 102 | to obey God than to offer sacrifice, as well as ~because, "in 172 2, 102 | well as ~because, "in a sacrifice we slay another's body, 173 2, 102 | obey God ~than to offer in sacrifice the fat animals of the Amalekites 174 2, 145 | too little, is to offer a sacrifice of stolen goods." [*The ~ 175 2, 150 | a ~sin, that he offered sacrifice, but "because he yielded 176 2, 169 | prophetic vision, prepared to ~sacrifice his only-begotten son, which 177 2, 180 | xii in Ezech.) that "no sacrifice is ~more acceptable to God 178 2, 180 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A sacrifice is rendered to God spiritually 179 2, 180 | it is offered to Him in sacrifice. Now a man ought to ~offer 180 2, 180 | the more acceptable is his sacrifice to God; wherefore it is 181 2, 180 | the statement that "no ~sacrifice is more acceptable to God 182 2, 182 | and of a holocaust with ~a sacrifice which is less than a holocaust 183 2, 184 | nothing for themselves, but sacrifice to ~almighty God their tongue, 184 2, 184 | out of ~Egypt and offers sacrifice in the wilderness." Now 185 2, 184 | as the holocaust to ~the sacrifice. Hence Gregory says (Hom. 186 2, 184 | their good deeds offer ~sacrifice, since they offer up something 187 2, 184 | which is greater than a sacrifice." Wherefore Jerome also 188 2, 186 | out of Egypt and offers sacrifice in the ~wilderness." Therefore 189 2, 186 | properly to religion to offer sacrifice to God, as ~stated above ( 190 2, 186 | service of God, to Whom no ~sacrifice is more acceptable than 191 2, 187 | as a holocaust exceeds a sacrifice, as Gregory declares (Hom. 192 3, 15 | but that He made Him a sacrifice for sin: even as it is written ~( 193 3, 22 | was ~never offered up in sacrifice: whereas this was very much 194 3, 22 | oblation and a victim [Douay: ~'sacrifice'] to God for an odor of 195 3, 22 | Dei x, 5): "Every visible ~sacrifice is a sacrament, that is 196 3, 22 | sign, of the invisible ~sacrifice." Now the invisible sacrifice 197 3, 22 | sacrifice." Now the invisible sacrifice is that by which a man offers 198 3, 22 | according to Ps. 50:19: "A sacrifice to God is an ~afflicted 199 3, 22 | to Him, may be called a sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 200 3, 22 | man is required to offer sacrifice for three reasons. First, 201 3, 22 | Wherefore under the old Law the sacrifice of peace-offerings was offered ~ 202 3, 22 | accounted as offering ~a sacrifice to God, but as guilty of 203 3, 22 | Mt. 6:12). Moreover, the Sacrifice is ~offered continuously 204 3, 22 | virtue of the Divine, that sacrifice was most efficacious for ~ 205 3, 22 | to be observed in every ~sacrifice - to whom it is offered, 206 3, 22 | reconciling ~us to God by the sacrifice of peace, was one with Him 207 3, 22 | be participators in His sacrifice, such as unbelievers, for ~ 208 3, 22 | after taking part in ~this sacrifice, fall away from it by whatsoever 209 3, 22 | whatsoever kind of sin. The ~Sacrifice which is offered every day 210 3, 22 | wished ~to be the daily Sacrifice of the Church."~Aquin.: 211 3, 22 | the Old Law, yet the daily sacrifice, which was ~offered up morning 212 3, 22 | Christ, was the culminating sacrifice of all. Hence (Jn. 1:29) 213 3, 22 | priests made prayer while the sacrifice was consuming." Now Christ 214 3, 22 | Christ offered Himself as a sacrifice. ~But by His passion He 215 3, 22 | priest of the Old Law offered sacrifice not ~only for others, but 216 3, 22 | say that Christ offered sacrifice for ~Himself, and not rather 217 3, 22 | knew not sin needed no ~sacrifice), let him be anathema." 218 3, 22 | principally in offering sacrifice. Therefore the priesthood 219 3, 22 | considered in the offering of a sacrifice ~by any priest - namely, 220 3, 22 | any priest - namely, the sacrifice itself which is offered, 221 3, 22 | which results from the sacrifice itself. But Christ obtained 222 3, 22 | not as by virtue of the sacrifice, which is offered by ~way 223 3, 22 | perfection as not to need ~a sacrifice of satisfaction. But Christ 224 3, 22 | expiated by the ~priest's sacrifice. But this will not be for 225 3, 22 | first, the offering of the sacrifice; secondly, the consummation 226 3, 22 | the consummation of the ~sacrifice, consisting in this, that 227 3, 22 | that those for whom the sacrifice is ~offered, obtain the 228 3, 22 | offered, obtain the end of the sacrifice. Now the end of the sacrifice ~ 229 3, 22 | sacrifice. Now the end of the sacrifice ~which Christ offered consisted 230 3, 22 | consummation of ~Christ's sacrifice was foreshadowed in this, 231 3, 22 | As to the unity of this sacrifice, it was foreshadowed in 232 3, 22 | the participation of this sacrifice ~and the effect thereof, 233 3, 22 | our taking part in ~the sacrifice of Christ [*Cf. Q[79], A[ 234 3, 22 | in the New Law ~the true sacrifice of Christ is presented to 235 3, 25 | down the doctrine of the sacrifice of the ~Church, says: "I 236 3, 27 | otherwise ~than through the Sacrifice of Christ; the same also 237 3, 31 | is effected by Christ's ~sacrifice. "For which reason Matthew 238 3, 36 | it is used in the Divine Sacrifice; and ~myrrh, which is used 239 3, 37 | which was a "continual sacrifice" [Vulg.: 'holocaust'], as 240 3, 37 | purification were expired," a ~sacrifice was to be offered either " 241 3, 37 | down Lev. 12:6. And this sacrifice was for the expiation of 242 3, 37 | 2:24): "And to offer a sacrifice according as it is written 243 3, 37 | life. Consequently this sacrifice signified the perfection 244 3, 46 | Passion was prefigured by the sacrifice of the Paschal lamb: ~hence 245 3, 46 | Passion, which is a true sacrifice, according to Eph. 5:2: " 246 3, 46 | for us, an oblation and a sacrifice to God for an odor ~of sweetness." 247 3, 46 | offered ~in most solemn sacrifice for expiation on behalf 248 3, 46 | might take away the saving sacrifice, and ~lest you might think 249 3, 46 | learn it was a ~universal sacrifice, an oblation for the whole 250 3, 47 | death was a most acceptable sacrifice to ~God, according to Eph. 251 3, 47 | for us an oblation and ~a sacrifice to God for an odor of sweetness." 252 3, 47 | it was fitting that the sacrifice of Christ's ~Passion and 253 3, 47 | were figures of that true sacrifice which the dying Christ ~ 254 3, 47 | Passion, which was a true ~sacrifice, to be fulfilled at the 255 3, 47 | Passion was the offering of a sacrifice, inasmuch ~as He endured 256 3, 47 | persecutors it was not a sacrifice, but a most ~grievous sin.~ 257 3, 48 | Whether it was by way of sacrifice?~(4) Whether it was by way 258 3, 48 | Passion operated by way of sacrifice?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 259 3, 48 | did not operate by way of ~sacrifice. For the truth should correspond 260 3, 48 | Passion cannot be called a ~sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 261 3, 48 | Dei x) that "a visible sacrifice ~is a sacrament - that is, 262 3, 48 | sacred sign - of an invisible sacrifice." Now ~Christ's Passion 263 3, 48 | Christ's Passion is not a sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 264 3, 48 | Further, whoever offers sacrifice performs some sacred rite, 265 3, 48 | rite, as ~the very word "sacrifice" shows. But those men who 266 3, 48 | rather a malefice than a sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 267 3, 48 | for us, an oblation and a sacrifice to God for an odor of sweetness."~ 268 3, 48 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A sacrifice properly so called is something 269 3, 48 | De Civ. Dei x): "A true sacrifice is every good ~work done 270 3, 48 | Christ's Passion was a true sacrifice. Moreover, as Augustine 271 3, 48 | various signs of this true sacrifice, one being ~prefigured by 272 3, 48 | things to ~be noted in every sacrifice - to wit, to whom it is 273 3, 48 | Therefore the figure of this sacrifice, in which Christ's flesh 274 3, 48 | And this is a most perfect sacrifice. First of all, ~since being 275 3, 48 | accepted as the flesh of our sacrifice, which was made the body 276 3, 48 | but on His own it was the sacrifice of one suffering out of ~ 277 3, 48 | said to have offered this sacrifice, ~and not the executioners.~ 278 3, 48 | with God ~it acts by way of sacrifice, as shall be shown farther 279 3, 49 | it is a most ~acceptable sacrifice to God. Now it is the proper 280 3, 49 | is the proper effect of sacrifice to ~appease God: just as 281 3, 49 | against me, let Him ~accept of sacrifice." And in like fashion Christ' 282 3, 51 | custom has prevailed for the sacrifice of the altar ~to be offered 283 3, 52 | as it is a satisfactory sacrifice for sin. But ~Christ's descent 284 3, 60 | Civ. Dei x): "The visible sacrifice ~is the sacrament, i.e. 285 3, 60 | sacred sign, of the invisible sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 286 3, 60 | of our holiness; thus the sacrifice of ~the Paschal Lamb signified 287 3, 60 | Lamb signified Christ's Sacrifice whereby we are made holy: ~ 288 3, 61 | wine are offered ~in the sacrifice of the New Testament. Nevertheless 289 3, 62 | Himself - an oblation ~and a sacrifice to God" (Eph. 5:2). Wherefore 290 3, 63 | therein, so far as it is the sacrifice of the Church. And by ~this 291 3, 64 | and senseless cruelty. The sacrifice is no ~longer offered, the 292 3, 65 | and sacrifices. But the ~Sacrifice of the Church is one sacrament, 293 3, 72 | the apostles, "call the sacrifice of Chrism."~Aquin.: SMT 294 3, 73 | belongs to ~the notion of "Sacrifice"; and the faithful intercommunicate 295 3, 73 | seems to be the ~same as a sacrifice. Therefore, as it is not 296 3, 73 | is not properly called a sacrifice, ~so neither is it properly 297 3, 73 | Passion, which was a true sacrifice, as stated above (Q[48], 298 3, 73 | respect it is called a "Sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 299 3, 73 | This sacrament is called a "Sacrifice" inasmuch as it ~represents 300 3, 73 | Who is "a host (Douay: 'sacrifice') . . . of ~sweetness" ( 301 3, 73 | the figure of ~Christ's sacrifice, in offering bread and wine. 302 3, 73 | Consequently, it seems that that sacrifice was a more ~significant 303 3, 73 | Testament, ~especially the sacrifice of expiation, which was 304 3, 74 | priests add grapes to the sacrifice of the oblation; and so 305 3, 74 | the wine, since ~Christ's sacrifice was foreshadowed by that 306 3, 74 | water are to be offered in sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 307 3, 74 | Sacram. v), just as Christ's sacrifice ~is denoted by the offering 308 3, 74 | quantity than the wine, in the sacrifice, where according to the ~ 309 3, 74 | must, and at the time of sacrifice wash a part of it with ~ 310 3, 75 | only in figure that true sacrifice of ~Christ's Passion, according 311 3, 75 | it was necessary that the sacrifice of the New Law instituted 312 3, 79 | Ep. ad omnes orth.): "No ~sacrifice can be greater than the 313 3, 79 | This sacrament is both a sacrifice and a sacrament. it ~has 314 3, 79 | it ~has the nature of a sacrifice inasmuch as it is offered 315 3, 79 | recipient, and the effect of a ~sacrifice in the offerer, or in them 316 3, 79 | But in so far as it is a sacrifice, it has a satisfactory power. 317 3, 79 | a ~sacrament, but also a sacrifice. For, it has the nature 318 3, 79 | it has the nature of a sacrifice ~inasmuch as in this sacrament 319 3, 79 | both of sacrament and of sacrifice, because it is ~offered 320 3, 79 | is beneficial by way of ~sacrifice, inasmuch as it is offered 321 3, 79 | offer up to Thee, this ~sacrifice of praise for themselves 322 3, 79 | the others, that it ~is a sacrifice: and therefore the comparison 323 3, 79 | charity, so likewise this sacrifice, which is the memorial of 324 3, 79 | belongs to the nature of sacrifice: consequently, when one 325 3, 79 | since there is only one ~sacrifice; because there is no more 326 3, 79 | But the oblation of the ~sacrifice is multiplied in several 327 3, 79 | therefore the effect of ~the sacrifice and of the sacrament is 328 3, 80 | Toledo, "What kind ~of a sacrifice is that, wherein not even 329 3, 82 | power of offering ~up the Sacrifice in the Church for the living 330 3, 82 | is said (Ps. 1:19): "A sacrifice to God is an afflicted spirit"; 331 3, 82 | Present your bodies a living sacrifice." Hence, too, it is ~written ( 332 3, 82 | a sacrament, but also a sacrifice. Now whoever offers sacrifice 333 3, 82 | sacrifice. Now whoever offers sacrifice must ~be a sharer in the 334 3, 82 | must ~be a sharer in the sacrifice, because the outward sacrifice 335 3, 82 | sacrifice, because the outward sacrifice he offers is ~a sign of 336 3, 82 | is ~a sign of the inner sacrifice whereby he offers himself 337 3, 82 | Hence by partaking of the sacrifice he ~shows that the inner 338 3, 82 | also, by ~dispensing the sacrifice to the people he shows that 339 3, 82 | Can. v): "What kind of ~sacrifice is that wherein not even 340 3, 82 | it is by partaking of the sacrifice that he has a share in ~ 341 3, 82 | anything else is not a ~sacrifice, as the consecration of 342 3, 82 | is lawful to eat of this sacrifice which is wonderfully performed 343 3, 82 | this does not prevent the sacrifice, which they offer, from ~ 344 3, 82 | offer, from ~being a true sacrifice, if they do approach.~Aquin.: 345 3, 82 | priest, because the same sacrifice is offered ~by both.~Aquin.: 346 3, 82 | no such thing as a true sacrifice ~outside the Catholic Church": 347 3, 82 | valid priesthood nor true sacrifice." But heretics, ~schismatics, 348 3, 82 | are unable to offer a true sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 349 3, 82 | receive the fruit of the sacrifice, which ~is a spiritual sacrifice.~ 350 3, 82 | sacrifice, which ~is a spiritual sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 351 3, 82 | in this ~sense, that the sacrifice is offered wrongly outside 352 3, 82 | there can be no spiritual sacrifice that is a true ~sacrifice 353 3, 82 | sacrifice that is a true ~sacrifice with the truth of its fruit, 354 3, 82 | fruit, although it be a true sacrifice ~with the truth of the sacrament; 355 3, 82 | also fail to ~offer our sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 356 3, 82 | opportunity of offering sacrifice is considered not merely 357 3, 82 | regard to God to Whom the sacrifice of ~this sacrament is offered 358 3, 82 | the Eucharist, whereby a sacrifice is offered to God, to ~which 359 3, 82 | rendered incapable of ~offering sacrifice; consequently, the obligation 360 3, 83 | OBJ 2: Further, Christ's sacrifice was made upon the cross, 361 3, 83 | for us, an oblation and a sacrifice to God for an odor ~of sweetness," 362 3, 83 | De Trin. iv), in Christ's sacrifice ~the priest and the victim 363 3, 83 | this sacrament is not a sacrifice of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 364 3, 83 | this sacrament is called a sacrifice ~for two reasons. First, 365 3, 83 | Passion, which is His true sacrifice. Accordingly the celebration 366 3, 83 | sacrament is called Christ's sacrifice. Hence it is that Ambrose, 367 3, 83 | Christ was offered up a sacrifice ~capable of giving eternal 368 3, 83 | Secondly it is called a ~sacrifice, in respect of the effect 369 3, 83 | the commemoration of this sacrifice is celebrated, the work 370 3, 83 | but once: and this latter ~sacrifice is the pattern of the former. 371 3, 83 | so also is it but one ~sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 372 3, 83 | is no place for the true sacrifice," as Augustine says (Liber 373 3, 83 | Through Him we offer a sacrifice of praise to God." ~Hence 374 3, 83 | presume to celebrate the sacrifice of the altar upon a cloth 375 3, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 8: Further, the sacrifice of the New Law is much more 376 3, 83 | more excellent than ~the sacrifice of the fathers of old. Therefore, 377 3, 83 | priest to pray that this sacrifice may be as acceptable as 378 3, 83 | be as acceptable as the sacrifice ~of Abel, Abraham, and Melchisedech.~ 379 3, 83 | according to Ps. 49:23: "The ~sacrifice of praise shall glorify 380 3, 83 | which is both ~offered as a sacrifice, and consecrated and received 381 3, 83 | first of those for whom this sacrifice is ~offered, namely, for 382 3, 83 | Fourthly, he asks that the sacrifice accomplished ~may find favor 383 3, 83 | begs for the effect of this sacrifice and ~sacrament, first for 384 3, 83 | for the dead, in which the sacrifice is offered not for present ~ 385 3, 83 | the priest ~asks that this sacrifice may be accepted by God through 386 3, 83 | drew nigh to offer up the sacrifice: ~for we read (Ex. 30:19, 387 3, 83 | the ~acceptance of this sacrifice, and its fruits, proceed 388 3, 83 | must communicate of his own sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 389 3, 83 | blood, thus making ~the sacrifice to be incomplete, or whether 390 3, 83 | nevertheless to complete the sacrifice and receive the sacrament. ~ 391 3, 83 | blood, and complete the sacrifice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 392 3, 83 | changing the order of the sacrifice, but ~that he ought to proceed: 393 3, 83 | order, lest the order of the sacrifice be ~altered.~Aquin.: SMT 394 3, 83 | such imperfection in the sacrifice, as calls for ~repetition 395 3, 85 | contrary, Penance is a kind of sacrifice, according to Ps. 50:19: ~" 396 3, 85 | according to Ps. 50:19: ~"A sacrifice to God is an afflicted spirit." 397 3, 85 | spirit." But to offer a sacrifice is ~an act of the will, 398 3, 85 | Ps. 53:8: "I will freely sacrifice to ~Thee." Therefore penance 399 Suppl, 3 | written (Rm. 12:1): "Let your sacrifice be reasonable ~[*Vulg.: ' 400 Suppl, 3 | bodies . . . a reasonable sacrifice']."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[3] 401 Suppl, 5 | a gloss on Ps. 50:19, "A sacrifice to God is an ~afflicted 402 Suppl, 5 | hearty contrition is the sacrifice by which ~sins are loosed."~ 403 Suppl, 67| reason they were allowed the sacrifice of jealousy, lest mere ~ 404 Suppl, 71| deed done, for instance the sacrifice of the ~altar. And since 405 Suppl, 71| among all suffrages is the sacrifice of the altar. ~Therefore 406 Suppl, 71| prayers of the Church, the sacrifice of the altar and alms ~profit 407 Suppl, 71| prayers of the Church, the sacrifice of the altar and alms, ~ 408 Suppl, 71| Masses there is the same Sacrifice of the ~altar. If, therefore, 409 Suppl, 71| the ~altar. If, therefore, sacrifice, and not the Mass, be reckoned 410 Suppl, 71| only the offering of the sacrifice of the altar, but also other ~ 411 Suppl, 71| charity these two, ~namely the sacrifice of the Church and almsgiving 412 Suppl, 71| Mass there is not only a sacrifice but ~also prayers. Hence 413 Suppl, 71| namely "prayer" and ~"sacrifice." As regards the sacrifice 414 Suppl, 71| sacrifice." As regards the sacrifice offered the Mass profits 415 Suppl, 71| purgatory is expiated by one sacrifice of ~the altar: even so, 416 Suppl, 71| altar: even so, by the one sacrifice which a man offers, he is 417 Suppl, 86| OBJ 2: Further, to offer sacrifice to God of one's own body 418 Suppl, 86| martyrs and also virgins offer sacrifice ~to God of their own body. 419 Suppl, 86| the voluntarily poor offer sacrifice of ~outward things. Therefore


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