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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 107 | cleansing," the order of ~priests, is "enlightening," and 2 2, 95 | state, there are princes, priests and ~soldiers, so are there 3 2, 95 | public law," referring to ~priests and magistrates; so also 4 2, 95 | for the ~common good: e.g. priests, by praying to God for the 5 2, 102 | granted to the use of the ~priests to signify that remission 6 2, 102 | through the ~ministry of His priests. When, however, this sacrifice 7 2, 102 | was not fitting that the priests should ~have the use of 8 2, 102 | allotted to the use of the priests; and the third part to the 9 2, 102 | to the use either of the priests or of the offerers: the 10 2, 102 | i.e. the Holy ~Place, the priests entered every day: whereas 11 2, 102 | into that tabernacle "the priests always ~entered accomplishing 12 2, 102 | Old Law the people and the priests were ~situated differently 13 2, 102 | in the court: whereas the priests ~were intent on the inner 14 2, 102 | while they were known to the priests: though they were ~not fully 15 2, 102 | wise men, denoted by the priests entering the temple, might ~ 16 2, 102 | there to signify that the priests who served the temple should 17 2, 102 | lawful for ~none but the priests to eat the twelve loaves 18 2, 102 | present in the court. But the priests ~alone, whose function it 19 2, 102 | visible to none but the priests. Nor was brass so precious 20 2, 102 | people. But ~later on the priests were prescribed the use 21 2, 102 | placed so high ~that the priests when offering sacrifices 22 2, 102 | with its ~foot, that the priests might wash their hands and 23 2, 102 | Law, the higher and ~lower priests, as stated in Lev. 8 [*Cf. 24 2, 102 | to the higher and lower priests, as related in Ex. 28 [* 25 2, 102 | way, it belonged to the priests and Levites, who were the ~ 26 2, 102 | observances - and for the priests, by ~their consecration. 27 2, 102 | 43, seqq.: and, as to the priests, the ~offering of the victims, 28 2, 102 | allotted to the use of the priests. The third ~thing required 29 2, 102 | from sins; while, as to the priests and Levites, the washing ~ 30 2, 102 | of the pontiff and of the priests. To the sacrament of Confirmation, ~ 31 2, 102 | delivered into the hands of ~the priests to be slain. It was immolated " 32 2, 102 | 28), "the Law maketh men priests, ~who have infirmity," it 33 2, 102 | sacrificed for the sins ~of both priests and people: since both those 34 2, 102 | to the high-priests and priests the consecration was performed 35 2, 102 | prayed for ~them. The lesser priests were consecrated on the 36 2, 102 | eight vestments the lesser priests ~had four, viz. the linen 37 2, 102 | or defects ~wherefrom the priests had to be immune, signify 38 2, 102 | is required especially in priests. But it seems ~to be an 39 2, 102 | things to be forbidden to priests (Lev. 21).~Aquin.: SMT FS 40 2, 102 | God, and among them the priests themselves were ~specially 41 2, 102 | people's, ~and especially the priests', mode of life, there needed 42 2, 102 | Sorcerers and idolatrous priests made use, in their rites, ~ 43 2, 102 | Lord commanded that the priests of ~inferior degree, who 44 2, 102 | rites of idolatry. For the priests of the ~Gentiles shaved 45 2, 102 | is written (Bar 6:30): ~"Priests sit in their temples having 46 2, 102 | 28). For this reason the ~priests of the Old Law were commanded 47 2, 102 | for these things is that priests should be entirely ~free 48 2, 103 | written (Ex. 39:21) ~that the priests and their apparel were consecrated 49 2, 103 | That sanctification of priests and their sons, and of their ~ 50 2, 103 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The priests pleased God in the ceremonies 51 2, 103 | dead"): "He condemns ~those priests who from gluttony did not 52 2, 105 | OBJ 4: Further, just as priests are instituted for the benefit 53 2, 105 | means of livelihood for the priests and Levites of the ~Law: 54 2, 105 | in 2 Mach 3:15 that "the priests . . . called ~upon Him from 55 2, 105 | thou shalt come to the priests of the Levitical race, and 56 2, 15 | the Law have commanded the priests to learn the Law.~Aquin.: 57 2, 15 | about the training of the priests. On the other hand, the 58 2, 15 | should be instructed by the priests about things pertaining 59 2, 31 | vii in Joan.] says: "Let priests ~endeavor to fulfil this 60 2, 31 | designated ~under the name of priests. Therefore it seems that 61 2, 31 | Tam Sacerdotes): ~"Both priests and all the rest of the 62 2, 31 | fraternal correction concerns priests only, but that it ~concerns 63 2, 37 | from the fellowship of her priests, cannot have episcopal power 64 2, 38 | Testament (Joshua 6:4) the priests were commanded to sound 65 2, 55 | some are soldiers, some are priests, some are princes. ~Therefore 66 2, 62 | Kgs. 15), Elias slew the priests of Baal (3 Kgs. ~18), Mathathias 67 2, 62 | sentence pronounced by God. The Priests or Levites of the Old ~Testament 68 2, 65 | Thou shalt come to the priests of the Levitical ~race, 69 2, 67 | appeal to the judgment of the priests, and no man may ~stand in 70 2, 68 | 3: Further, clerics and priests, more than others, are bound 71 2, 68 | salvation. Yet clerics and priests ~are forbidden to give evidence 72 2, 68 | specially to the bishops, priests, ~deacons and clerics of 73 2, 69 | unfitting that monks or priests should be advocates in any 74 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, priests [*'Sacerdotes': Those who 75 2, 83 | to God. But all are not priests. Therefore not all are ~ 76 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The priests offer those sacrifices which 77 2, 84 | Whether oblations are due to priests alone?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 78 2, 84 | oblations are not due to priests alone. For ~chief among 79 2, 84 | oblations art not due to priests ~alone.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 80 2, 84 | consuetudinem], says: "None but the priests whom day by day ~we see 81 2, 84 | offer to God concern the priests, not only as regards their 82 2, 84 | the dispensation of ~the priests.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 83 2, 84 | the dispensation of the priests, or by ~ordination of the 84 2, 84 | layfolk by permission of the ~priests, whether by way of gift 85 2, 84 | We ~confirm the right of priests to tithes and first-fruits, 86 2, 84 | who had most to give the priests a ~fortieth part, and those 87 2, 85 | that the first-born were priests, and that they received 88 2, 85 | first-fruits were due to the priests, and ~tithes to the Levites; 89 2, 85 | the Levites were below the priests, the ~Lord commanded that 90 2, 87 | Si quis presbyter) that ~"priests should not swear for trifling 91 2, 98 | consecrated in the Mass. But some priests receive a prebend or money ~ 92 2, 98 | on 1 Tim. 5:17, "Let the ~priests that rule well," says: " 93 2, 98 | on 1 Tim. 5:11, "Let the priests ~that rule well," says: " 94 2, 101 | 1 Tim. 5:17), "let the priests that rule ~well be esteemed 95 2, 120 | the eighth day, ~and the priests who worked in the temple 96 2, 120 | traveled on a Sabbath: the priests also who carried the ark 97 2, 120 | on the Sabbath ~days the priests in the temple break the 98 2, 120 | blame." Accordingly, the priests in ~carrying the ark on 99 2, 120 | the Sabbath, even as the ~priests in the temple break the 100 2, 165 | xxi ad ~Damas]: "We see priests forsaking the gospels and 101 2, 182 | between religious and parish priests and archdeacons.~Aquin.: 102 2, 182 | afterwards he adds: "Just as priests know that by the custom 103 2, 182 | Lord, they are above the priests, and are together the ~rightful 104 2, 182 | perfection. Therefore those priests also are who have the cure 105 2, 182 | souls, so also do parish priests and archdeacons, of whom 106 2, 182 | sheep," so too are parish priests and archdeacons. But this 107 2, 182 | would seem that parish priests and archdeacons also are 108 2, 182 | perfecting, that of the priests is illuminative and ~light-giving, 109 2, 182 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, In priests and deacons having cure 110 2, 182 | thus formerly bishops and priests were not ~distinct. For 111 2, 182 | Dei xix, 19); while the priests according to ~the Greek 112 2, 182 | Apostle employs the term "priests" in reference to both, when ~ 113 2, 182 | 1 Tim. 5:17): "Let the priests that rule well be esteemed 114 2, 182 | wherefore addressing the priests of the Church of Ephesus 115 2, 182 | seventy-two disciples were made ~priests of the second order." Subsequently, 116 2, 182 | bishops and the lower ones priests. But to assert that ~priests 117 2, 182 | priests. But to assert that ~priests nowise differ from bishops 118 2, 182 | their diocese, ~while parish priests and archdeacons exercise 119 2, 182 | lesser authority, such as priests who ~have to instruct the 120 2, 182 | qu. i, can. Cunctis): "Priests and deacons must all take 121 2, 182 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: As parish priests and archdeacons have not 122 2, 182 | Para. 1/1~Whether parish priests and archdeacons are more 123 2, 182 | would seem that also parish priests and archdeacons are more ~ 124 2, 182 | Therefore ~it would seem that priests who have the cure of souls 125 2, 182 | are not more perfect than ~priests or deacons.~Aquin.: SMT 126 2, 182 | clerk." Therefore parish priests and archdeacons are more 127 2, 182 | above (A[7]). But parish priests and archdeacons. through 128 2, 182 | state. ~Therefore parish priests and archdeacons have more 129 2, 182 | than archdeacons or parish priests.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 130 2, 182 | they differ. ~Now in parish priests and archdeacons three things 131 2, 182 | their order that they are priests or deacons, ~to their office 132 2, 182 | order, such as religious ~priests and deacons not having the 133 2, 182 | On the other hand, parish priests and archdeacons, when they 134 2, 182 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Parish priests and archdeacons are more 135 2, 183 | to 1 Tim. 5:17, "Let the priests that rule well be esteemed ~ 136 2, 185 | dare to preach save the priests of the ~Lord, be he monk 137 2, 185 | office, be it lawful to monk priests who are ~configured to the 138 2, 186 | disciples by the lesser priests," i.e. the ~parish priests. 139 2, 186 | priests," i.e. the ~parish priests. Therefore in addition to 140 2, 186 | addition to bishops and parish priests, no ~religious order should 141 2, 186 | not only by the ~parish priests, but by all those of lower 142 2, 187 | parents?~(7) Whether parish priests or archdeacons may enter 143 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Whether parish priests may lawfully enter religion?~ 144 2, 187 | It would seem that parish priests cannot lawfully enter religion. ~ 145 2, 187 | lawful to all. But if ~all priests having cure of souls were 146 2, 187 | Therefore it ~seems that parish priests cannot lawfully enter religion.~ 147 2, 187 | are competent to parish priests and ~archdeacons, whom it 148 2, 187 | 184], A[5]], while ~parish priests and archdeacons are not, 149 2, 187 | whereas archdeacons and parish priests are free to ~renounce in 150 2, 187 | that archdeacons and parish priests may ~lawfully enter religion.~ 151 2, 187 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Parish priests and archdeacons have bound 152 3, 15 | people" - they, i.e. the ~priests, who by the law ate the 153 3, 22 | was not descended from the priests ~of the Old Law, for the 154 3, 22 | spoke nothing concerning ~priests." Therefore it is not fitting 155 3, 22 | the ~lawgivers and the priests were distinct: wherefore 156 3, 22 | stock of the figurative ~priests, that it might be made clear 157 3, 22 | according to 2 Macc. 1:23: "The ~priests made prayer while the sacrifice 158 3, 22 | Although prayer is befitting to priests, it is not their ~proper 159 3, 22 | therefore say that other priests partake in the ~effect of 160 3, 22 | their priesthood, not as priests, but as sinners, as we shall ~ 161 3, 22 | 28): "The Law maketh men priests, who have ~infirmity; but 162 3, 26 | OBJ 1: The prophets and priests of the Old Law were called ~ 163 3, 26 | God ~and men. As to the priests of the New Law, they may 164 3, 36 | made known rather to the priests in the Temple than to ~the 165 3, 38 | those who are baptized by priests are confirmed by bishops.~ 166 3, 40 | on the Sabbath-days the priests in the Temple break the 167 3, 42 | him as a father." But the priests and princes of the ~Jews 168 3, 46 | namely, when the chief priests said: ~'He is deserving 169 3, 46 | Jerusalem, where the chief priests ~dwelt, to show that the 170 3, 47 | own nation, ~and the chief priests have delivered Thee up to 171 3, 47 | Pilate, but to the chief ~priests who gave Him up to Pilate, 172 3, 47 | own ~nation and the chief priests have delivered Thee up to 173 3, 47 | and hate like the chief priests.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 174 3, 60 | worship of God, both by the priests, who were ~the ministers 175 3, 64 | sacraments. In like manner also priests are said to "enlighten" 176 3, 64 | confirmed, the oil with which priests are anointed, and many ~ 177 3, 65 | saying of Heb. 7:27, that priests offer ~sacrifices not for 178 3, 67 | to ~assist and serve the priests, in all the rites of Christ' 179 3, 67 | Baptism was entrusted to priests alone."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 180 3, 67 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Priests are consecrated for the 181 3, 67 | to baptize, namely, the priests, who hold the place of the 182 3, 67 | by ~laymen, but only by priests. Therefore it seems that 183 3, 67 | baptism should be conferred by priests having charge of souls. 184 3, 67 | Eccl. Hier. ii) that "the priests ~taking the baptized hand 185 3, 71 | catechized or ~exorcized by priests?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 186 3, 71 | belong to ~the office of the priests, but rather to that of the 187 3, 71 | can be undertaken by the priests attached to each church." ~ 188 3, 71 | xxix super Ezech.): "When priests place their ~hands on believers 189 3, 71 | the deacons to assist the priests in all ~things that are 190 3, 71 | ministers, primarily to the priests. A third is instruction 191 3, 72 | says (Ep. ad Decent.): "Priests, when ~baptizing, may anoint 192 3, 72 | scandalized because we forbade priests to anoint with chrism ~those 193 3, 72 | so very much we permit ~priests, where no bishop is to be 194 3, 72 | given by none but the high priests. Nor is it ~related or known 195 3, 72 | higher orders: thus he allows priests to confer minor orders, ~ 196 3, 72 | Gregory, allowed simple priests to confer this ~sacrament, 197 3, 72 | not always present ~where priests are baptizing, it was necessary, 198 3, 74 | that in some churches the ~priests add grapes to the sacrifice 199 3, 74 | Pope Julius I rebukes some priests "who ~offer wine pressed 200 3, 78 | the Gentiles; nor only in priests who consecrate ~this sacrament, 201 3, 80 | Gelasius is speaking of priests, who, as they ~consecrate 202 3, 81 | to be repelled by other priests.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 203 3, 82 | sacrament?~(2) Whether several priests can at the same time consecrate 204 3, 82 | sacrament?~(8) Whether degraded priests can do so?~(9) Whether communicants 205 3, 82 | said that it belongs to priests to accomplish this ~sacrament.~ 206 3, 82 | people, but likewise to priests, such things as serve them 207 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Whether several priests can consecrate one and the 208 3, 82 | 1: It seems that several priests cannot consecrate one and 209 3, 82 | baptizing. Therefore, several priests ~cannot consecrate one host 210 3, 82 | the sacrament for several priests to ~consecrate the same 211 3, 82 | custom of some Churches for priests newly ~ordained to co-celebrate 212 3, 82 | body does not belong to priests ~only.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 213 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, priests are the appointed ministers 214 3, 82 | But it belongs, not ~to priests, but to bishops, to sign 215 3, 82 | our knowledge that some priests deliver the Lord's body 216 3, 82 | Sophon. iii, 4, says: "The priests who perform ~the Eucharist, 217 3, 82 | Hence it is evident that priests, even though ~they be not 218 3, 82 | condemning the error of priests ~who believed they could 219 3, 82 | the mere ~fact of being priests, even though they were sinners; 220 3, 82 | Further, as the merits of priests differ in the point of being ~ 221 3, 82 | excommunicate, or sinful priests, and to hear mass said by 222 3, 82 | excommunicate, or even sinful priests, and to hear mass said by 223 3, 82 | or by a wicked ~one." But priests, even if they be sinful, 224 3, 82 | body is consecrated by ~the priests mentioned above. Therefore 225 3, 82 | forbidden to hear the masses of priests who sin otherwise. Therefore, ~ 226 3, 82 | forbidden to hear the masses of priests guilty of this ~sin.~Aquin.: 227 3, 82 | excommunicate, or even sinful priests, although they have the 228 3, 82 | hear the masses of such priests, or to ~receive Communion 229 3, 82 | host consecrated ~by such priests is to be adored, and if 230 3, 82 | is specially inhibited to priests by the Church, lest anyone 231 3, 82 | are already ordained as priests incur defects whereby they ~ 232 3, 82 | it does not appear that priests are bound to celebrate.~ 233 3, 82 | it is ~said against some priests that they "were not now 234 3, 83 | distinction, "formerly the ~priests did not use golden but wooden 235 3, 83 | etc.; thirdly, for the priests themselves who offer, ~saying: " 236 3, 83 | observed, such as that the priests and ministers ~were purified 237 3, 83 | signified by the washing of the priests under the Old Law, as Dionysius ~ 238 3, 83 | Now he was sold to the ~Priests, to the Scribes, and to 239 3, 83 | mysteries are consecrated by priests during the time of mass, 240 3, 83 | clerics or monks, deacons and priests, do seventy days' penance; 241 3, 84 | Acts 9:34). Therefore since priests have the power which ~Christ 242 3, 84 | sins ~authoritatively; yet priests do both ministerially, because 243 3, 84 | power of the keys whereby priests ~absolve. Nevertheless, 244 Suppl, 6 | and lastly, that parish priests may ~know their flock, lest 245 Suppl, 6 | Lord sent the lepers to the priests, and though they were not 246 Suppl, 6 | and though they were not priests ~of the New Testament, yet 247 Suppl, 8 | more discreet than many priests are in imposing ~the measure 248 Suppl, 8 | is imparted by none but priests to whom the keys ~are intrusted. 249 Suppl, 8 | admonishment to confess to priests.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[1] 250 Suppl, 8 | duty of those who are not priests. Secondly, that ~they may 251 Suppl, 8 | solicitude we have decreed ~that priests, who as monks imitate the 252 Suppl, 8 | monks are not the proper priests of anyone, since ~they have 253 Suppl, 8 | priest. Wherefore those priests who are ~too anxious to 254 Suppl, 8 | man cannot have ~several priests or judges of his own, for 255 Suppl, 8 | useless, because the more priests one confesses to, the more ~ 256 Suppl, 9 | the greater the ~number of priests to whom a man confesses, 257 Suppl, 9 | be divided among several ~priests.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[2] 258 Suppl, 9 | be imposed by ~different priests. Therefore it is not necessary 259 Suppl, 9 | different sins to different priests.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[2] 260 Suppl, 9 | punishment imposed by different priests would not be ~sufficient, 261 Suppl, 9 | understood by their own priests on account ~of a difference 262 Suppl, 11| palliate the wickedness of bad priests, for they might pretend 263 Suppl, 11| bestow impunity on wicked priests, because ~they are in danger 264 Suppl, 17| not a priest. And although priests lack this key at times, 265 Suppl, 18| forgiving sins was entrusted to priests, not that they may forgive ~ 266 Suppl, 18| Eccl. cap. ult.) that "priests should use their hierarchical ~ 267 Suppl, 19| had the keys?~(3) Whether priests alone have the keys?~(4) 268 Suppl, 19| Whether holy men who are not priests have the keys or their use?~( 269 Suppl, 19| use?~(5) Whether wicked priests have the effective use of 270 Suppl, 19| It would seem that the priests of the Law had the keys. 271 Suppl, 19| since they were called priests. Therefore the priests of 272 Suppl, 19| called priests. Therefore the priests of the Law had the ~keys.~ 273 Suppl, 19| power of judgment. But the priests of ~the Law had authority 274 Suppl, 19| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the priests of the Law had some power 275 Suppl, 19| sacraments, so that the priests who administered them, had ~ 276 Suppl, 19| were in the hands of the priests, because the right of imposing ~ 277 Suppl, 19| bestowed by Christ on the priests ~of the New Law.~Aquin.: 278 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The priests of the Old Law had authority 279 Suppl, 19| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether priests alone have the keys?~Aquin.: 280 Suppl, 19| would seem that not only priests have the keys. For Isidore ~ 281 Suppl, 19| 2]). ~Therefore not only priests but even doorkeepers have 282 Suppl, 19| the keys are conferred on priests when by being anointed ~ 283 Suppl, 19| anointed. Therefore not only ~priests have the keys.~Aquin.: SMT 284 Suppl, 19| keys. Therefore not only priests have the ~key.~Aquin.: SMT 285 Suppl, 19| keys. Therefore not only ~priests have the keys.~Aquin.: SMT 286 Suppl, 19| loosing, "is granted to priests alone."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 287 Suppl, 19| Heb. 5:1). Therefore only priests have the keys.~Aquin.: SMT 288 Suppl, 19| called the key of "order." Priests ~alone have this key, because 289 Suppl, 19| wherefore even those who are not priests can have ~this key, e.g. 290 Suppl, 19| Whether holy men who are not priests have the keys?~Aquin.: SMT 291 Suppl, 19| even those who are not priests, have ~the use of the keys. 292 Suppl, 19| spiritual ~power belongs to priests alone. Therefore priests 293 Suppl, 19| priests alone. Therefore priests alone are competent to ~ 294 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1~Whether wicked priests have the use of the keys?~ 295 Suppl, 19| It would seem that wicked priests have not the use of the 296 Suppl, 19| absolution. Therefore wicked priests cannot use the keys ~effectively.~ 297 Suppl, 20| the keys was bestowed on priests by Divine ~authority in 298 Suppl, 20| power is ~equally in all priests, but not the latter. And 299 Suppl, 20| these words are addressed to priests when they are ~ordained. 300 Suppl, 20| charge of the ~accessory. Now priests are charged with the dispensation 301 Suppl, 22| excommunicate, whereas parish ~priests can do so only by commission 302 Suppl, 22| maintained that even parish priests ~can excommunicate: but 303 Suppl, 22| key of orders, which all priests ~have, and the key of jurisdiction 304 Suppl, 22| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Parish priests have jurisdiction indeed 305 Suppl, 22| Whether those who are not priests can excommunicate? ~Aquin.: 306 Suppl, 22| seem that those who are not priests cannot ~excommunicate. Because 307 Suppl, 22| 18. But those who are not priests have not the keys. ~Therefore 308 Suppl, 22| yet sometimes they are not priests. Therefore not only priests 309 Suppl, 22| priests. Therefore not only priests can ~excommunicate.~Aquin.: 310 Suppl, 22| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Priests alone are competent to dispense 311 Suppl, 22| Consequently even those who are not priests, provided they have ~jurisdiction 312 Suppl, 24| from excommunication. But priests of inferior degree cannot ~ 313 Suppl, 25| even though they be not priests, can ~grant indulgences. 314 Suppl, 26| delegation from him. Those priests who have charge of the people 315 Suppl, 26| hence, in consecrating ~priests the bishop says: "The more 316 Suppl, 26| sacraments. ~Hence parish priests, or abbots or other like 317 Suppl, 26| and others, who are not ~priests, can have jurisdiction either 318 Suppl, 26| that even those who are not priests can ~grant indulgences, 319 Suppl, 27| hence even those who are not priests hold chapter. Absolution ~ 320 Suppl, 28| away, accompanied by their priests, present ~themselves to 321 Suppl, 28| into the church by ~their priests, and there shall they be 322 Suppl, 31| Let him bring in the ~priests of the Church."~Aquin.: 323 Suppl, 31| can be given by ordinary priests.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[31] A[ 324 Suppl, 35| Church some were ordained ~priests without having previously 325 Suppl, 36| not only should bishops, priests, and deacons ~take very 326 Suppl, 36| in the law. To the higher priests, namely the ~bishops, it 327 Suppl, 37| Old Testament not only the priests, ~but also their ministers, 328 Suppl, 37| New Testament not only the priests but also their ~ministers 329 Suppl, 37| But no mention except of priests and deacons is made in the ~ 330 Suppl, 37| such as the consecration of priests and ~virgins, is the work 331 Suppl, 37| alone, enlightening to the priests, and cleansing to all ~the 332 Suppl, 37| then it is the Order of priests; hence when they are ~ordained, 333 Suppl, 37| deacon to minister to the priests ~in whatever is done in 334 Suppl, 37| altar and offer them to the priests." ~Nevertheless all the 335 Suppl, 37| perform these acts, and not priests alone.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 336 Suppl, 37| This latter belongs to priests, since even in natural things ~ 337 Suppl, 37| wherefore only deacons and priests ~receive the imposition 338 Suppl, 37| anointing is done to the priests ~alone who touch the body 339 Suppl, 38| bishop but also the assisting priests lay ~hands on the priests 340 Suppl, 38| priests lay ~hands on the priests who are being ordained. 341 Suppl, 38| for instance to ~Cardinal priests. Therefore the conferring 342 Suppl, 38| most copious grace, the priests together with the ~bishop 343 Suppl, 39| stands midway between God and priests, just as the priest ~does 344 Suppl, 40| power above that of the priests.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 345 Suppl, 40| should also be appointed over priests one ~who is the chief priest, 346 Suppl, 40| lawful even to the lesser priests; ~but it does not originate 347 Suppl, 40| was unlawful for the other priests to do.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 348 Suppl, 40| certain ~sacraments which priests cannot dispense, namely 349 Suppl, 40| priesthood of the Old. But the priests of the Old Testament had ~ 350 Suppl, 40| of dignity. Therefore the priests of the New ~Testament should 351 Suppl, 40| therefore should simple priests use them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 352 Suppl, 40| things which they can, but ~priests cannot, do, namely ordain 353 Suppl, 40| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The priests of the Old Law were enjoined 354 Suppl, 63| becoming and lawful. Yet priests are debarred from being ~ 355 Suppl, 71| in the prayers which the ~priests pour forth to the Lord God 356 Suppl, 71| either by the offerings of priests, ~or the alms of their friends, 357 Suppl, 93| 1 Tim. ~5:17): "Let the priests that rule well be esteemed


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