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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Para. 1/1 - TREATISE ON SACRED DOCTRINE (Q[1])~THE NATURE 2 1, 1 | THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF SACRED DOCTRINE (TEN ARTICLES)~ 3 1, 1 | nature and extent of this sacred doctrine. Concerning ~this 4 1, 1 | similes?~(10) Whether the Sacred Scripture of this doctrine 5 1, 1 | reason, there should be a ~sacred science learned through 6 1, 1 | accepted by faith. Hence the sacred text ~continues, "For many 7 1, 1 | 3:25). And in this, the sacred science consists.~Aquin.: 8 1, 1 | Hence theology ~included in sacred doctrine differs in kind 9 1, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is a science?~Aquin.: 10 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that sacred doctrine is not a science. 11 1, 1 | self-evident principles. But sacred doctrine proceeds from ~ 12 1, 1 | Thess. 3:2). Therefore ~sacred doctrine is not a science.~ 13 1, 1 | individual facts. But this sacred ~science treats of individual 14 1, 1 | and such like. Therefore sacred doctrine is not a science.~ 15 1, 1 | said of no science except sacred doctrine. ~Therefore sacred 16 1, 1 | sacred doctrine. ~Therefore sacred doctrine is a science.~Aquin.: 17 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Sacred doctrine is a science. We 18 1, 1 | arithmetic. So it is that sacred doctrine is a ~science because 19 1, 1 | by the ~mathematician, so sacred science is established on 20 1, 1 | said, are the principles of sacred doctrine.~Aquin.: SMT FP 21 1, 1 | facts are treated of in sacred doctrine, not ~because it 22 1, 1 | revelation, on which this sacred scripture or doctrine is ~ 23 1, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is one science?~ 24 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that sacred doctrine is not one science; 25 1, 1 | whom ~are treated of in sacred doctrine, cannot be grouped 26 1, 1 | class of subjects. Therefore sacred doctrine is not one science.~ 27 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, in sacred doctrine we treat of angels, 28 1, 1 | philosophical ~sciences. Therefore sacred doctrine cannot be one science.~ 29 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Sacred doctrine is one science. 30 1, 1 | sight. Therefore, because ~Sacred Scripture considers things 31 1, 1 | therefore is ~included under sacred doctrine as under one science.~ 32 1, 1 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sacred doctrine does not treat 33 1, 1 | treated of ~by this one single sacred science under one aspect 34 1, 1 | revelation. So that in this way, sacred doctrine ~bears, as it were, 35 1, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is a practical 36 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that sacred doctrine is a practical 37 1, 1 | Philosopher (Metaph. ii). But sacred doctrine is ordained to 38 1, 1 | James 1:22). Therefore ~sacred doctrine is a practical 39 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sacred doctrine is divided into 40 1, 1 | practical science. Therefore ~sacred doctrine is a practical 41 1, 1 | architecture with buildings. But sacred doctrine is chiefly concerned ~ 42 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Sacred doctrine, being one, extends 43 1, 1 | practical, nevertheless sacred doctrine ~includes both; 44 1, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is nobler than 45 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that sacred doctrine is not nobler than 46 1, 1 | to be ~more certain than sacred doctrine; for its principles - 47 1, 1 | depends on arithmetic. But sacred doctrine does in a ~sense 48 1, 1 | scriptural ~learning." Therefore sacred doctrine is inferior to 49 1, 1 | De Trin. xii, 14). But sacred doctrine ~essentially treats 50 1, 1 | revealed to others. Hence ~sacred doctrine is especially called 51 1, 1 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sacred doctrine derives its principles 52 1, 1 | objects of ~sight. But in sacred science, all things are 53 1, 1 | conclusions are reached in this sacred ~science are comprehended 54 1, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is a matter of 55 1, 1 | Jn. 20:31). Therefore sacred doctrine is not a ~matter 56 1, 1 | own experience." Therefore sacred doctrine ~is not a matter 57 1, 1 | answer his ~objections. Hence Sacred Scripture, since it has 58 1, 1 | revelation is ~the strongest. But sacred doctrine makes use even 59 1, 1 | Christ" (2 Cor. 10:5). Hence ~sacred doctrine makes use also 60 1, 1 | Acts 17:28). Nevertheless, sacred doctrine ~makes use of these 61 1, 1 | metaphors. Therefore ~this sacred science may use metaphors.~ 62 1, 1 | within the ~covering of many sacred veils." It is also befitting 63 1, 1 | with representations. But sacred ~doctrine makes use of metaphors 64 1, 2 | Because the chief aim of sacred doctrine is to teach the 65 1, 12 | about by the many colored sacred veils." Therefore we cannot 66 1, 32 | man think to reach ~the sacred mystery of generation by 67 1, 32 | of ~the word" - i.e. "the sacred word, we too follow this 68 1, 36 | expressed to us by the sacred oracles." But in the Sacred 69 1, 36 | sacred oracles." But in the Sacred Scripture we ~are not told 70 1, 50 | against the teachings of Sacred ~Scripture, Rabbi Moses 71 1, 51 | movable body. For as in the Sacred Scripture the properties 72 1, 51 | evident from many passages of Sacred Scripture that ~angels spoke 73 1, 57 | Coel. Hier. vii) that "Sacred Scripture describes some 74 1, 58 | manifest from many ~passages of Sacred Scripture. Therefore it 75 1, 59 | irascible appetite. But in the Sacred ~Scriptures these things 76 1, 63 | be turned to evil. In the Sacred Scripture, however, the ~ 77 1, 64 | contrary to the ~authority of Sacred Scripture, which declares 78 1, 51 | against the teachings of Sacred ~Scripture, Rabbi Moses 79 1, 52 | movable body. For as in the Sacred Scripture the properties 80 1, 52 | evident from many passages of Sacred Scripture that ~angels spoke 81 1, 58 | Coel. Hier. vii) that "Sacred Scripture describes some 82 1, 59 | manifest from many ~passages of Sacred Scripture. Therefore it 83 1, 60 | irascible appetite. But in the Sacred ~Scriptures these things 84 1, 64 | be turned to evil. In the Sacred Scripture, however, the ~ 85 1, 65 | contrary to the ~authority of Sacred Scripture, which declares 86 1, 107 | hierarchy is nothing but a sacred ~principality, it seems 87 1, 107 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the sacred principality called hierarchy 88 1, 107 | that, Hierarchy means a "sacred" principality, as above ~ 89 1, 107 | can be participators of sacred ~things; according to Augustine ( 90 1, 107 | angels. For hierarchy is "a sacred ~principality," and Dionysius 91 1, 107 | signifies "one who leads in a ~sacred order." For those who lead 92 1, 108 | God Who orders them, it is sacred; for He uses the demons 93 1, 108 | demons' will it is not a sacred thing, because ~they abuse 94 1, 109 | or by making use of other sacred signs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 95 1, 110 | shrouded by the variety ~of the sacred veils." On the other hand, 96 2, 73 | is more virtuous or more sacred to God: so that an injury 97 2, 99 | taken by the Gauls, the sacred ~chattels of the Romans 98 2, 101 | divided into ~sacrifices, sacred things, sacraments, and 99 2, 101 | divided into "sacrifices, sacred things, sacraments, and 100 2, 101 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a "sacred thing" is something dedicated 101 2, 101 | Therefore all ceremonies were sacred things. Therefore ~"sacred 102 2, 101 | sacred things. Therefore ~"sacred things" should not be taken 103 2, 101 | sons in the ceremonies." Of sacred things ~also it is written ( 104 2, 101 | of worship refer to the "sacred things," such as ~the tabernacle, 105 2, 101 | too their sacraments and sacred things of the New Law; while ~ 106 2, 101 | sacraments were of course sacred things. ~But certain things 107 2, 101 | But certain things were sacred, through being dedicated 108 2, 101 | the common designation of sacred things.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 109 2, 101 | For they were not ~called sacred things, because they had 110 2, 101 | to be reckoned among the sacred things. The oblations and 111 2, 102 | sacrifices;~(5) The causes of the sacred things;~(6) The causes of 112 2, 102 | reckoned by them as something sacred.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 113 2, 102 | that by rarely ~approaching sacred things they might have greater 114 2, 102 | because they who handle ~sacred things with a view to the 115 2, 103 | also established certain sacred things, because they ~thought 116 2, 108 | instituted, but ~also certain sacred things, as stated above ( 117 2, 108 | instituted by Him. But in the sacred things no grace is given: 118 2, 108 | entrust him too ~readily with sacred things if he be unworthy.~ 119 2, 111 | first, when the teacher ~of sacred doctrine does what God alone 120 2, 1 | acquired by reasons. Now sacred writers ~employ reasons 121 2, 12 | through loyalty or through the sacred ~bond of an oath owe allegiance 122 2, 30 | and through reverence for ~sacred things. It is also lawful 123 2, 38 | were commanded to sound the sacred ~trumpets in the battle. 124 2, 38 | this, since even in the Sacred Doctrine many things have 125 2, 41 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Sacred Doctrine is a most spiritual 126 2, 51 | ought not, so as to wrong a sacred place, this would constitute ~ 127 2, 64 | which is the theft of a sacred thing, of peculation, which 128 2, 79 | sacrifice is the ~sacrament or sacred sign of the invisible sacrifice."~ 129 2, 79 | Hence a thing is said to ~be sacred [sancitum] when it is ratified 130 2, 81 | means a pleading through sacred things, as when we ~say, " 131 2, 81 | supplication," in which certain sacred things are called to mind; 132 2, 82 | Secondly, on account of the sacred mysteries and other signs 133 2, 83 | because a man does ~something sacred [facit sacrum]. On the other 134 2, 83 | sacrifice, because nothing ~sacred was done to them. "Tithes," 135 2, 83 | who give or administer ~sacred things (sacra dantes): cf. 136 2, 84 | children of Israel to eat the sacred ~loaves, with the exception 137 2, 84 | are consecrated, such as sacred ~vessels and vestments, 138 2, 87 | priest be examined 'by his sacred consecration,' instead of 139 2, 89 | Thou wilt find that all the sacred hymns," ~i.e. divine praises " 140 2, 89 | i.e. divine praises "of the sacred writers, are directed respectively 141 2, 89 | See the ministers of the sacred altar must not ~sing" (Cf. 142 2, 92 | accepted the same things for ~sacred, as did the people; and 143 2, 93 | can. Consuluist i]: "The sacred canons do not approve of ~ 144 2, 94 | fortune-telling;~(4) Of wearing sacred words at the neck.~Aquin.: 145 2, 94 | But it is lawful to utter sacred words for the purpose of ~ 146 2, 94 | seems to be lawful to wear sacred words ~at one's neck, as 147 2, 94 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sacred words are no less efficacious 148 2, 94 | Therefore it is lawful to wear sacred words ~as a remedy for men.~ 149 2, 94 | beware lest besides the sacred words it ~contain something 150 2, 94 | attend exclusively to the sacred words and to the ~divine 151 2, 97 | to irreligion, whereby ~sacred things are treated with 152 2, 97 | sacrilege is the violation of a sacred thing?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 153 2, 97 | is not the violation of a sacred ~thing. It is stated (XVII, 154 2, 97 | connection with ~anything sacred. Therefore sacrilege does 155 2, 97 | violation of ~something sacred.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[99] A[ 156 2, 97 | nothing to do with anything sacred. Therefore it seems that ~ 157 2, 97 | denote the violation of a sacred thing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 158 2, 97 | greater than man's. Now sacred things ~receive their sacred 159 2, 97 | sacred things ~receive their sacred character from God. Therefore 160 2, 97 | to be the violation of ~a sacred thing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 161 2, 97 | selects," i.e. steals, "sacred things."~Aquin.: SMT SS 162 2, 97 | 4]), a thing ~is called "sacred" through being deputed to 163 2, 97 | pertains to irreverence ~for sacred things is an injury to God, 164 2, 97 | is an irreverence for a ~sacred thing, and is reasonably 165 2, 97 | concerned, he violates the sacred thing, though the ~latter 166 2, 97 | virgin, or of any woman in a sacred place under theft, if one ~ 167 2, 97 | under theft, if one ~steal a sacred thing. Therefore sacrilege 168 2, 97 | namely, the violation ~of a sacred thing by treating it irreverently. 169 2, 97 | same way if a man violate a sacred ~thing, by so doing his 170 2, 97 | counter to ~reverence due to sacred things, he commits a sacrilege 171 2, 97 | than the violation of a sacred thing: ~for instance, if 172 2, 97 | to take a person from a sacred place for he ~might lawfully 173 2, 97 | distinguished according to the ~sacred things?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 174 2, 97 | distinguished ~according to the sacred things. Material diversity 175 2, 97 | sin in all violations of sacred things, and ~that the only 176 2, 97 | according to the various sacred ~things.~Aquin.: SMT SS 177 2, 97 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, among sacred things sacred persons are 178 2, 97 | Further, among sacred things sacred persons are reckoned. If, ~ 179 2, 97 | from the violation of a sacred ~person, it would follow 180 2, 97 | every sin committed by a sacred person is a ~sacrilege, 181 2, 97 | reckoned according to the sacred things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 182 2, 97 | their objects. Now ~the sacred thing is the object of sacrilege, 183 2, 97 | distinguished according to the ~sacred things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 184 2, 97 | irreverent treatment of a sacred thing. Now reverence is 185 2, 97 | Now reverence is due to a ~sacred thing by reason of its holiness: 186 2, 97 | aspects ~of sanctity in the sacred things which are treated 187 2, 97 | holiness ascribed to the sacred thing that is sinned against, ~ 188 2, 97 | is ascribed, not only to sacred persons, namely, those who ~ 189 2, 97 | divine worship, but also to sacred places and to ~certain other 190 2, 97 | places and to ~certain other sacred things. And the holiness 191 2, 97 | sacrilege committed against a ~sacred person is a graver sin than 192 2, 97 | is committed against a ~sacred place. Yet in either species 193 2, 97 | according to differences of sacred persons and places.~Aquin.: 194 2, 97 | committed ~against other sacred things, has various degrees, 195 2, 97 | according to the ~differences of sacred things. Among these the 196 2, 97 | of the sacraments; also sacred images, and the ~relics 197 2, 97 | wherefore the diversity of sacred things is not only a ~material, 198 2, 97 | Every sin committed by a sacred person is a sacrilege ~materially 199 2, 97 | speaking a sin committed by a sacred person is a sacrilege only 200 2, 97 | excommunication, for ~violating a sacred person, and for burning 201 2, 97 | for the ~violation of a sacred thing. Therefore this does 202 2, 97 | has done an injury to a sacred thing, is ~excommunication [* 203 2, 97 | quoted ~above] whereby sacred things are withheld from 204 2, 97 | man, who reverences not sacred things, is not ~sufficiently 205 2, 97 | deterred from sinning by sacred things being withheld from ~ 206 2, 98 | ecclesiastical benefices; and sacred vessels, ~which are directed 207 2, 98 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Sacred vessels also are annexed 208 2, 98 | considered to be no longer sacred vessels but mere ~metal: 209 2, 98 | also said with regard to sacred ~vessels (Reply OBJ[2]). 210 2, 98 | He that has received a sacred Order simoniacally, receives ~ 211 2, 106 | hindered from ~receiving sacred orders.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 212 2, 108 | holy men are related in Sacred Writ that ~they may be a 213 2, 108 | in the Gospel and other ~sacred writings does not constitute 214 2, 109 | appear so, in which sense Sacred Scripture is wont to ~use 215 2, 116 | destroy cities and ~despoil sacred places are not to be called 216 2, 120 | precepts of the Law contain "sacred ~things, sacrifices, sacraments 217 2, 120 | FS, ~Q[101], A[4]). Now sacred things comprised not only 218 2, 120 | things comprised not only sacred days, but also ~sacred places 219 2, 120 | only sacred days, but also ~sacred places and sacred vessels, 220 2, 120 | also ~sacred places and sacred vessels, and so on. Moreover, 221 2, 120 | Moreover, there were many ~sacred days other than the Sabbath. 222 2, 152 | something derogatory to a sacred thing may be done by ~the 223 2, 152 | one's earthly bounds in sacred matters is a sin ~of sacrilege. 224 2, 152 | through venereal desire in sacred matters. But ~venereal desire 225 2, 152 | partaking ~gluttonously of sacred food. Nevertheless, sacrilege 226 2, 166 | of the ~subject." Now the sacred doctrine is concerned with 227 2, 166 | human ~speech, but from the sacred doctrine; hence he begins 228 2, 167 | precious vestments in the sacred ministry. Likewise it would ~ 229 2, 172 | the "prophets" ~from the "sacred writers." Now all those 230 2, 172 | not those whom he calls sacred writers, as ~writing by 231 2, 172 | about by the ~many-colored sacred veils." Now the prophetic 232 2, 172 | not so the authors of the "sacred writings," several of whom 233 2, 181 | is that ~which relates to sacred and Divine things."~Aquin.: 234 2, 182 | and in ~relation to the sacred ministry it comes under 235 2, 182 | holy imposition of the sacred oracles, whereby it is signified 236 2, 182 | power of exercising certain sacred acts, but he is not ~bound 237 2, 182 | Church the receiving of a sacred order includes the ~taking 238 2, 182 | fact that a man receives a sacred order a man is not ~placed 239 2, 182 | souls, being already in sacred orders, attain to something 240 2, 182 | clerical state and to the ~sacred orders, they are clearly 241 2, 183 | uncleansed to approach the sacred ~ministry. Since, then, 242 2, 183 | uncleansed approach the sacred ministry." Therefore if 243 2, 183 | accepting the episcopate or even sacred orders.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 244 2, 185 | may not ~be raised to the sacred orders - or by reason of 245 2, 186 | as it is referred to the sacred doctrine. Hence ~Augustine 246 2, 187 | admitted to his benefice and sacred ~duties, and that he be 247 2, 187 | years of age shall take the sacred veil of ~her own accord, 248 2, 187 | iv, can. ~Virgines): "If sacred virgins design for the good 249 2, 187 | devoting ~themselves to the sacred ministry, they have this 250 3, 1 | through being revealed in the Sacred ~Scripture, in which the 251 3, 1 | since ~everywhere in the Sacred Scripture the sin of the 252 3, 22 | priest] means a giver of sacred things ~[sacra dans], according 253 3, 22 | is a sacrament, that is a sacred sign, of the invisible ~ 254 3, 22 | offers it and the victim: the sacred token of which He wished ~ 255 3, 25 | nails, His lance, and His sacred dwelling-places, such as 256 3, 28 | violated the ~abode of her sacred womb, which His entrance 257 3, 38 | commandment set down in Sacred Writ, but of a ~certain 258 3, 42 | commanded to wrap up the sacred vessels that were to be 259 3, 48 | a sacrament - that is, a sacred sign - of an invisible sacrifice." 260 3, 48 | sacrifice performs some sacred rite, as ~the very word " 261 3, 48 | Christ did not ~perform any sacred act, but rather wrought 262 3, 52 | ad Evod. clxiv): "If the sacred ~Scriptures had said that 263 3, 55 | untruth be admitted into the Sacred Scripture, the ~whole authority 264 3, 55 | from the authority of the ~Sacred Scriptures that He proved 265 3, 60 | Whether every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament?~(3) 266 3, 60 | the sacrament, i.e. the sacred sign, of the invisible sacrifice."~ 267 3, 60 | sense a sacrament is a ~"sacred secret"; or from having 268 3, 60 | sacrament in the sense of a "sacred ~secret." Now not only God' 269 3, 60 | secret, is said to be ~sacred and to be a sacrament: because 270 3, 60 | anybody whatever, are called "sacred ~secrets or sacraments."~ 271 3, 60 | has a certain relation to sacred things, in so ~far as it 272 3, 60 | it consists in calling a sacred thing to witness. And in 273 3, 60 | one thing, ~viz. something sacred.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 274 3, 60 | that not every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament. ~For 275 3, 60 | sensible creatures are signs of sacred things; according to Rm. ~ 276 3, 60 | Therefore not every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament.~Aquin.: 277 3, 60 | that not ~every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament.~Aquin.: 278 3, 60 | are done in sign ~of some sacred thing; yet they are not 279 3, 60 | Therefore not every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament.~Aquin.: 280 3, 60 | as being "the sign of a sacred thing"; moreover, ~this 281 3, 60 | seems that every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament.~Aquin.: 282 3, 60 | which is the sign of some sacred thing pertaining to man; ~ 283 3, 60 | something that is a sign of some sacred ~thing, inasmuch as thereby 284 3, 60 | Consequently, since the sacred things which are signified 285 3, 62 | being ordained to ~something sacred, not only as a sign, but 286 3, 65 | sacraments are a kind of sacred sign. But in the Church ~ 287 3, 66 | the conferring of our most sacred and Godlike regeneration."~ 288 3, 66 | for that sacrament is so sacred, that ~not even a murderer' 289 3, 67 | person ~baptized from the sacred font?~(8) Whether he who 290 3, 67 | raises someone from the sacred font is bound to ~instruct 291 3, 67 | without the authority of a sacred council such ~as suffices 292 3, 67 | raise the baptized from ~the sacred font?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] 293 3, 67 | raise ~the baptized from the sacred font. For our Baptism is 294 3, 67 | raise the baptized from ~the sacred font.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] 295 3, 67 | raise the baptized from the sacred ~font. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 296 3, 67 | themselves and leave the sacred font, should be held ~up 297 3, 67 | raise the baptized from the sacred font.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] 298 3, 67 | receive ~the baptized from the sacred font as though for the purpose 299 3, 67 | raises the child from the sacred font. Consequently this 300 3, 67 | baptized ~is raised from the sacred font by the godparent, but 301 3, 67 | who raises anyone from the sacred font is bound to instruct ~ 302 3, 67 | who raises anyone from the sacred font is not ~bound to instruct 303 3, 67 | to raise people from the sacred font. Therefore he who raises 304 3, 67 | been seen to raise from the sacred font."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 305 3, 68 | that they may imbibe the ~sacred mysteries: for they cannot 306 3, 72 | infants on the brow with the sacred chrism." Therefore ~chrism 307 3, 72 | power ordained to certain sacred actions. Now it has been 308 3, 72 | spiritual power in respect of sacred actions ~other than those 309 3, 72 | another's marriage from the sacred font, or stand for them 310 3, 73 | because it contains something ~sacred. Now a thing can be styled 311 3, 73 | Now a thing can be styled sacred from two causes; either ~ 312 3, 73 | contains something which is sacred absolutely, namely, Christ' 313 3, 73 | contains something which is sacred in ~relation to something 314 3, 73 | Viaticum." ~Again something sacred is done in all the sacraments, 315 3, 77 | the celebration of the ~sacred mystery, and after the consecration 316 3, 79 | with bodies through His sacred flesh and precious blood, 317 3, 79 | Jn. 19:34): "Since ~the sacred mysteries derive their origin 318 3, 79 | shall ~receive the most sacred body and blood of Thy Son, 319 3, 80 | writes as follows: "The Sacred ~Canons do not allow of 320 3, 80 | those who wish to touch any sacred object, wash ~their hands): 321 3, 80 | sleepless night receive the sacred mysteries in the morning ~ 322 3, 80 | preparation: but now, because the sacred mysteries have ~to be celebrated 323 3, 80 | reason: consequently, the sacred ~mysteries are not to be 324 3, 80 | taking only a portion of the sacred body, abstain from ~the 325 3, 80 | from ~the chalice of the sacred blood. I know not for what 326 3, 81 | down by the authority of Sacred Scripture. ~But it is not 327 3, 81 | converted while partaking of the sacred mysteries: hence on both 328 3, 82 | churches, vestments, and sacred ~vessels, makes such things 329 3, 83 | celebrated in a house and with sacred ~vessels?~Aquin.: SMT TP 330 3, 83 | celebrated in a ~house and with sacred vessels. For this sacrament 331 3, 83 | requisites belonging to the sacred ~function."~Aquin.: SMT 332 3, 83 | whatever is contained in Sacred Scripture."~Aquin.: SMT 333 3, 83 | be fitting that when the ~sacred mysteries are consecrated 334 3, 89 | preserve the dignity of ~the sacred order, must be content with 335 3, 89 | can advance to a higher sacred ~order. But this is not 336 3, 89 | the prescription of the sacred canons must be deprived 337 Suppl, 19| consecrated by the unction of a sacred order: ~their anointing 338 Suppl, 21| together for the reception of sacred things; while another consists 339 Suppl, 28| exception, but not to the sacred orders. First, on account 340 Suppl, 30| whereby man is deputed to some sacred duty. Now this sacrament 341 Suppl, 30| a man is deputed to some sacred duty, whereas this ~unction 342 Suppl, 35| give or to ~receive some sacred thing. Now a man is sufficiently 343 Suppl, 35| character is impressed in the sacred, but not in the ~minor, 344 Suppl, 36| knowledge of the whole of Sacred Writ is required?~(3) Whether 345 Suppl, 36| and to ~be instructed in Sacred Scripture, not the whole, 346 Suppl, 36| to signify one who ~gives sacred things by dispensing the 347 Suppl, 36| raise the wicked to the sacred ministry, ~than not to correct 348 Suppl, 36| anyone who exercises a sacred office in mortal sin, without 349 Suppl, 36| signs. Hence when they touch sacred things in the exercise of 350 Suppl, 36| they were to touch ~some sacred thing or perform some sacred 351 Suppl, 36| sacred thing or perform some sacred duty in a case of necessity, ~ 352 Suppl, 37| divided into those that are sacred and ~those that are not?~( 353 Suppl, 37| sacramental matter in the sacred vessels of the sacrament. 354 Suppl, 37| order; others place the sacred bread and the ~chalice of 355 Suppl, 37| divided into those that are sacred and those ~that are not?~ 356 Suppl, 37| divided into those ~that are sacred and those that are not. 357 Suppl, 37| and all the sacraments are sacred. Therefore all the Orders ~ 358 Suppl, 37| Therefore all the Orders ~are sacred.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 359 Suppl, 37| offices. Now all these are sacred. Therefore all ~the Orders 360 Suppl, 37| all ~the Orders also are sacred.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 361 Suppl, 37| 1/1~On the contrary, The sacred Orders are an impediment 362 Suppl, 37| Therefore these are not sacred Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 363 Suppl, 37| An Order is said to be sacred in two ways. First, in ~ 364 Suppl, 37| and thus every order is sacred, since it is a sacrament. ~ 365 Suppl, 37| thus an Order is called sacred, if it exercises an act 366 Suppl, 37| sense there are only three sacred Orders, ~namely the priesthood 367 Suppl, 38| more noble way than the sacred vessels. But the consecration ~ 368 Suppl, 39| Sent. iv, D, 25), the ~sacred canons have appointed a 369 Suppl, 40| according to acts. Now no sacred act can be ~greater than 370 Suppl, 40| in ~relation to certain sacred actions: and thus since 371 Suppl, 40| admitted to the handling of sacred things. They also have the " 372 Suppl, 41| Divine things or ~handle sacred things are enjoined not 373 Suppl, 42| sacrament is the sign of a sacred thing. But such is ~Matrimony. 374 Suppl, 49| not only as a sign of a sacred thing, but also as an office 375 Suppl, 49| signification of that particular sacred ~thing which matrimony signifies.~ 376 Suppl, 53| Whether a man can receive a sacred order after being married?~ 377 Suppl, 53| in holy orders handle the sacred vessels and the sacraments: ~ 378 Suppl, 53| which is annexed to the sacred orders; for although ~this 379 Suppl, 53| other Eastern peoples a sacred order is an impediment to 380 Suppl, 53| husband should receive a sacred order without the knowledge 381 Suppl, 53| the distinction between sacred and non-sacred orders now 382 Suppl, 53| Reply OBJ 1: Although a sacred order is not contrary to 383 Suppl, 53| OBJ 3: Those who are in sacred orders signify Christ by 384 Suppl, 53| the immediate handling ~of sacred things, as those are who 385 Suppl, 53| as those are who are in sacred orders. But according to ~ 386 Suppl, 53| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a sacred order cannot supervene to 387 Suppl, 53| 1: It would seem that a sacred order cannot supervene to 388 Suppl, 53| that a man cannot receive a sacred order after consummating 389 Suppl, 53| Cf. Q[61], A[1]]. Now ~a sacred order has a vow of continence 390 Suppl, 53| Church ~those who are in sacred orders are bound to continence 391 Suppl, 53| continence like those who are in ~sacred orders. But a man may enter 392 Suppl, 53| impediment to the receiving of sacred ~orders, since if a married 393 Suppl, 53| if a married man receive sacred orders, even though his ~ 394 Suppl, 53| If the husband receive sacred orders with the knowledge 395 Suppl, 53| Greek ought not to receive sacred orders without ~his wife' 396 Suppl, 53| her husband's receiving a sacred order, binds herself never ~ 397 Suppl, 56| who raises him from the sacred font?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] 398 Suppl, 56| who raises him from the sacred ~font. For in carnal generation 399 Suppl, 56| and the ~received at the sacred font.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] 400 Suppl, 56| raises a person from the sacred font is called ~{anadochos} 401 Suppl, 56| whom he raises from the sacred ~font.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 402 Suppl, 56| raises a person from the ~sacred font before he himself is 403 Suppl, 56| raising a person from the sacred font ~is not sufficient 404 Suppl, 56| baptized person from the sacred font, or holds the ~candidate 405 Suppl, 56| cannot raise anyone from the ~sacred font, since he is not a 406 Suppl, 56| raise a person from the ~sacred font, since no law forbids 407 Suppl, 56| raises B's child from the sacred font, and thus ~spiritual 408 Suppl, 56| together ~someone from the sacred font. Nor is it absurd that 409 Suppl, 64| unfit for the exercise of a sacred duty: thus a judge becomes ~ 410 Suppl, 64| should be intent on the sacred observances of the New Law.~ 411 Suppl, 66| fornication would be the sacred sign ~[sacramentum] of that 412 Suppl, 71| condemn. Now burial ~in a sacred place is hurtful to some 413 Suppl, 71| That, moreover, burial in a sacred place profits the dead, 414 Suppl, 71| body to be buried in a sacred place, and commends him 415 Suppl, 72| for the performance of ~sacred actions therein, unless 416 Suppl, 93| to those who commit the sacred doctrine ~to writing: but


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