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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 43 | to the body, nor by the sacramental signs of the Old and New 2 1, 43 | to the body, nor by the sacramental signs of the Old and New 3 1, 91 | principle. Fourthly, there is a sacramental reason for ~this. For by 4 1, 91 | feet. Secondly, for the sacramental ~signification; for from 5 2, 103 | high God." ~Therefore the sacramental ceremonies preceded the 6 2, 107 | certain ~deeds, moral and sacramental: but the New Law does not 7 2, 108 | to grace. Such are the ~sacramental acts which are instituted 8 2, 37 | power is twofold, the one sacramental, the ~other a power of jurisdiction. 9 2, 37 | power of jurisdiction. The sacramental power is one that is ~conferred 10 2, 37 | power has its effect in sacramental acts, because ~therein man 11 2, 37 | God's instrument, so that sacramental effects ~are not precluded 12 2, 81 | we understand this of the sacramental Bread, the daily use of ~ 13 2, 94 | instituted by God, as are the sacramental ~signs. It follows, therefore, 14 3, 38 | should baptize. ~For every sacramental rite belongs to some law. 15 3, 38 | per se], but a kind of sacramental, preparatory to the baptism 16 3, 38 | not from God. For ~nothing sacramental that is from God is named 17 3, 60 | sanctified, it follows that the sacramental signs consist in ~sensible 18 3, 60 | soul and body: to whom the sacramental ~remedy is adjusted, since 19 3, 60 | considered on the part of the sacramental ~signification. Now Augustine 20 3, 60 | insure the perfection of sacramental ~signification it was necessary 21 3, 60 | is not credible that the ~sacramental effect is hindered thereby; 22 3, 60 | required, which are as the ~sacramental matter, much more is there 23 3, 60 | should be used for the ~sacramental signification. So also among 24 3, 60 | that one is ~used for the sacramental signification which is most 25 3, 60 | the action by which the sacramental effect is signified: thus 26 3, 60 | the pronunciation of the sacramental ~words - does so on purpose, 27 3, 60 | the words in which the ~sacramental form consists?~Aquin.: SMT 28 3, 60 | the words in ~which the sacramental form consists. For these 29 3, 60 | form consists. For these sacramental words are not ~of less importance 30 3, 60 | take anything from, ~the sacramental forms.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 31 3, 60 | to or subtracted from a sacramental form, ~it will not be the 32 3, 60 | 3: Further, just as the sacramental form demands a certain number 33 3, 60 | inserted by some in the sacramental ~forms, which are not inserted 34 3, 60 | take something from, the sacramental forms.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 35 3, 60 | variations that may occur in the ~sacramental forms, two points seem to 36 3, 60 | substantial part of the sacramental form be suppressed, that 37 3, 60 | something is essential to a sacramental form, ~which is not so.~ 38 3, 60 | OBJ 2: Words belong to a sacramental form by reason of the sense ~ 39 3, 60 | speaker is interrupted, the sacramental sense is ~destroyed, and 40 3, 62 | cause of grace?~(2) Whether sacramental grace confers anything in 41 3, 62 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether sacramental grace confers anything in 42 3, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that sacramental grace confers nothing in 43 3, 62 | perfecting of the soul. Therefore sacramental ~grace cannot confer anything 44 3, 62 | virtue. Since, therefore, ~sacramental grace is ordained to the 45 3, 62 | Metaph. viii). If, therefore, sacramental grace confers anything in ~ 46 3, 62 | 1/1~On the contrary, If sacramental grace confers nothing in 47 3, 62 | Therefore it seems that sacramental grace confers something ~ 48 3, 62 | proper actions, so does sacramental grace confer, over and above 49 3, 62 | sacrament. It is thus that ~sacramental grace confers something 50 3, 62 | necessary in a Christian life, ~sacramental grace is needed.~Aquin.: 51 3, 62 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Sacramental grace is compared to grace 52 3, 62 | commonly so called and of sacramental ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 53 3, 62 | itself productive of the sacramental effect, and hold that the 54 3, 62 | power of bringing ~about the sacramental effects. Now such power 55 3, 62 | minister in applying it to a sacramental use. Hence Augustine says 56 3, 62 | ordained: ~so also the one same sacramental power is in both words and 57 3, 62 | A[5] Body Para. 2/2~Now sacramental grace seems to be ordained 58 3, 62 | also by the real use of sacramental things as stated ~above.~ 59 3, 63 | sacraments. ~For to have a sacramental character belongs to God' 60 3, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sacramental character is the character 61 3, 63 | OBJ 1: It seems that the sacramental character is not the character 62 3, 63 | that seals. Therefore the sacramental character should be ~attributed 63 3, 63 | Therefore it seems that the ~sacramental character should not be 64 3, 63 | Therefore it seems that the ~sacramental character should not be 65 3, 63 | speaking, is the purpose of the sacramental character. Now the whole 66 3, 63 | Consequently, it is clear that the sacramental character is specially the ~ 67 3, 63 | likened by ~reason of the sacramental characters, which are nothing 68 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sacramental character is a thing as 69 3, 63 | latter results from the ~sacramental character. Wherefore the " 70 3, 63 | therefore, that ~such lose the sacramental character.~Aquin.: SMT TP 71 3, 63 | without a veil. ~Therefore the sacramental character does not last 72 3, 63 | Therefore neither can the sacramental ~character be blotted out.~ 73 3, 63 | stated above (A[3]), in a sacramental character ~Christ's faithful 74 3, 63 | Christ's Priesthood. But the sacramental character is ~nothing but 75 3, 63 | ordain man to any further sacramental action or benefit received, ~ 76 3, 63 | order that pertains to the sacramental ~agents: for it is by this 77 3, 64 | works inwardly unto the ~sacramental effect?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 78 3, 64 | works ~inwardly unto the sacramental effect. For the inward sacramental 79 3, 64 | sacramental effect. For the inward sacramental effect ~is to cleanse man 80 3, 64 | Therefore it seems that the ~sacramental effect is the work not only 81 3, 64 | a man ~obtains a greater sacramental effect if he receive it 82 3, 64 | Therefore the interior sacramental effect is partly the ~work 83 3, 64 | alone works the interior sacramental effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 84 3, 64 | former way the ~interior sacramental effect is the work of God 85 3, 64 | enter the soul wherein the sacramental effect takes place; and ~ 86 3, 64 | grace ~which is an interior sacramental effect is from God alone, 87 3, 64 | however, ~the interior sacramental effect can be the work of 88 3, 64 | effect. But that which is the sacramental effect is not impetrated ~ 89 3, 64 | 62], A[5]). Wherefore the sacramental effect is made no ~better 90 3, 64 | things do not produce the sacramental effect, ~except instrumentally, 91 3, 64 | neither do men ~produce the sacramental effect, except ministerially, 92 3, 64 | things rather than others for sacramental signification, not as though ~ 93 3, 64 | of producing the inward sacramental ~effect?~Aquin.: SMT TP 94 3, 64 | producing the ~interior sacramental effect. For John the Baptist 95 3, 64 | of producing the ~inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 96 3, 64 | forgiveness of sins is ~an inward sacramental effect. Therefore it seems 97 3, 64 | man ~produces the inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 98 3, 64 | in producing the inward sacramental effect. Now ~it is clear 99 3, 64 | that produces the inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 100 3, 64 | Further, no one can confer the sacramental effect without ~conferring 101 3, 64 | sacrament, except he produce the sacramental effect by his ~own power. 102 3, 64 | But Christ conferred the sacramental effect without conferring ~ 103 3, 64 | man, ~produces the inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 104 3, 64 | man, produces the ~inward sacramental effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 105 3, 64 | Christ ~produces the inward sacramental effect, not as man but as 106 3, 64 | Christ produces the inward sacramental effect, both as ~God and 107 3, 64 | conduces to the ~inward sacramental effects meritoriously and 108 3, 64 | that He could ~bestow the sacramental effect without conferring 109 3, 64 | merits would conduce to the sacramental effect - that ~by the invocation 110 3, 64 | their mere will confer the sacramental effect without observing 111 3, 64 | effect without observing the ~sacramental rite. For a united instrument, 112 3, 64 | touch the symbols," i.e. the sacramental signs. And he ~says in the 113 3, 64 | the ~sacraments; since the sacramental character is indelible, 114 3, 64 | be unable to bestow the sacramental effect without ~conferring 115 3, 64 | messengers of truth; ~if any sacramental rite were performed by good 116 3, 64 | spirits," were to perform a sacramental ~rite, it should be pronounced 117 3, 64 | this ~cannot be said of the sacramental operation. Therefore the 118 3, 64 | to one ~purpose, i.e. the sacramental effect, by the intention 119 3, 64 | effect which is both real and sacramental, viz. ~the character, it 120 3, 65 | they do not produce the sacramental effect, which is ~the receiving 121 3, 65 | receives the power of ~agent in sacramental actions. But the agent precedes 122 3, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The sacramental character, as stated above ( 123 3, 65 | spiritual, ~and not of merely sacramental, eating, as Augustine explains ( 124 3, 66 | the outward washing; and a sacramental sign ~of the inward justification: 125 3, 66 | which are uttered in the sacramental forms, are ~said not merely 126 3, 66 | designates the principal sacramental ~effect. But all the other 127 3, 66 | this way by means of the sacramental ~ceremonies they are either 128 3, 66 | besides the ~principal sacramental effect, other things should 129 3, 66 | like, from hindering the sacramental effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 130 3, 66 | Baptism of Water, ~receive the sacramental effect from Christ's Passion, 131 3, 66 | sacrament; but considering the sacramental effect. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 132 3, 67 | others, his ~elders, in the sacramental dispensations. And so it 133 3, 67 | than to perform the ~other sacramental rites of Baptism, such as 134 3, 67 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: These sacramental rites of Baptism belong 135 3, 68 | which contains all the ~sacramental virtue of Baptism." But 136 3, 68 | martyrdom "contains all the sacramental virtue of Baptism," i.e. 137 3, 68 | should be no falsehood in the sacramental signs. Now a sign ~is false 138 3, 68 | Confession is a part of sacramental Penance, which is not ~required 139 3, 72 | Consequently there was no need for sacramental sensible matter, where God ~ 140 3, 72 | consecrated twice. But the ~sacramental matter is sanctified, in 141 3, 72 | blessed before being put to sacramental use. This suffices for the ~ 142 3, 72 | principal agent; so too the sacramental matter needs a twofold ~ 143 3, 72 | Q[62], A[3]). And this sacramental matter is consecrated, either 144 3, 72 | gives it its species, so a sacramental ~form should contain whatever 145 3, 72 | God, Who can bestow the sacramental effect, independently ~of 146 3, 72 | above (Q[62], A[2]), the sacramental grace adds ~to the sanctifying 147 3, 72 | appropriate to the blessing of ~sacramental matter, since thereon was 148 3, 73 | Himself with them under the sacramental species; as the Emperor' 149 3, 74 | ad omnes orth.): "In the ~sacramental oblations which in mass 150 3, 75 | nothing remains under ~the sacramental species except the body 151 3, 75 | remains neither under the sacramental species, nor elsewhere; 152 3, 76 | whole Christ is under each sacramental species ~yet not alike in 153 3, 76 | many other altars under the sacramental species. Likewise it is ~ 154 3, 76 | but it is filled with the sacramental ~species, which have to 155 3, 76 | only by the fact that the sacramental species cease to exist.~ 156 3, 76 | the future, so long as the sacramental species ~remain: and when 157 3, 76 | sacrament, on account of ~the sacramental species veiling it. But 158 3, 76 | bodily eye, on account of the sacramental species, is ~hindered from 159 3, 76 | accidents, but ~through the sacramental species.~Aquin.: SMT TP 160 3, 76 | this sacrament when the sacramental species cease to be present, ~ 161 3, 76 | or a child appears, the ~sacramental species cease to be present. 162 3, 76 | is not ~there under the sacramental species, which is that of 163 3, 76 | apparition takes place, the sacramental species ~sometimes continue 164 3, 76 | the beholders, or in the sacramental dimensions themselves, as ~ 165 3, 77 | Sang. Dom. xx) that "the sacramental species are the names of 166 3, 77 | like makes like. But the ~sacramental species are species without 167 3, 77 | surpass its cause. But all the sacramental species are accidents. ~ 168 3, 77 | the Divine power that the ~sacramental species continue in the 169 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sacramental species, although they are 170 3, 77 | of Divine power ~that the sacramental species exist without substance, 171 3, 77 | energy is retained in the sacramental ~species, just as it was 172 3, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sacramental species can be corrupted?~ 173 3, 77 | OBJ 1: It seems that the sacramental species cannot be corrupted, ~ 174 3, 77 | spiritual substances. But the sacramental species are forms ~without 175 3, 77 | consecration, ~whereby the sacramental species are preserved: and 176 3, 77 | Therefore, in no way can the ~sacramental species be corrupted.~Aquin.: 177 3, 77 | been stated (A[3]) that the sacramental ~species retain the same 178 3, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the sacramental species are forms not in 179 3, 77 | consecration, namely, that those sacramental species retain without a ~ 180 3, 77 | can be generated from the sacramental species?~Aquin.: SMT TP 181 3, 77 | can be generated from the sacramental ~species: because, whatever 182 3, 77 | no matter underlying the sacramental ~species except that of 183 3, 77 | can be generated from the sacramental ~species.~Aquin.: SMT TP 184 3, 77 | generically. Therefore, since the sacramental species ~are accidents, 185 3, 77 | substance be generated from the sacramental species, then substance 186 3, 77 | be generated out of the sacramental species.~Aquin.: SMT TP 187 3, 77 | is generated out ~of the sacramental species, either ashes, if 188 3, 77 | generated necessarily from the ~sacramental species if they be corrupted, 189 3, 77 | have not ~sprung from the sacramental species, but from the surrounding 190 3, 77 | cannot return while the sacramental ~species remain; nor, again, 191 3, 77 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Those sacramental species are indeed accidents, 192 3, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sacramental species can nourish?~Aquin.: 193 3, 77 | OBJ 1: It seems that the sacramental species cannot nourish, 194 3, 77 | which we are made." But the sacramental species are ~accidents, 195 3, 77 | Therefore it seems that the sacramental species ~cannot nourish.~ 196 3, 77 | its ~quantity." But the sacramental species are not a substance. 197 3, 77 | could not happen if the ~sacramental species did not nourish. 198 3, 77 | not nourish. Therefore the sacramental species do ~nourish.~Aquin.: 199 3, 77 | been stated (A[5]) that the sacramental species can ~be converted 200 3, 77 | stand, who hold ~that the sacramental species nourish owing to 201 3, 77 | Reply OBJ 2: Although the sacramental species are not those things 202 3, 77 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the sacramental species are not a substance, 203 3, 77 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sacramental species are broken in this 204 3, 77 | OBJ 1: It seems that the sacramental species are not broken in 205 3, 77 | cannot be attributed to the sacramental species. Therefore the ~ 206 3, 77 | species. Therefore the ~sacramental species cannot be broken.~ 207 3, 77 | followed by sound. But the sacramental ~species emit no sound: 208 3, 77 | surface. Therefore the ~sacramental species are not broken.~ 209 3, 77 | not ~to be ascribed to the sacramental species.~Aquin.: SMT TP 210 3, 77 | having quantity except the sacramental species is ~broken here, 211 3, 77 | remains. Therefore the sacramental species are broken. ~Aquin.: 212 3, 77 | other accidents. And as the ~sacramental species are the sacrament 213 3, 77 | density remain under the sacramental species, ~as stated above ( 214 3, 77 | density ~remains under the sacramental species, hardness remains 215 3, 77 | its proper, but under the sacramental species. Hence in explaining 216 3, 77 | except according to its sacramental ~species. And the confession 217 3, 77 | is to be ~referred to the sacramental species, under which the 218 3, 77 | share in the quality of the sacramental species, because ~those 219 3, 77 | can be mingled with the sacramental species of ~the wine.~Aquin.: 220 3, 77 | is a substance, and the sacramental species, which are ~accidents; 221 3, 77 | the entire ~species of the sacramental wine is corrupted, so that 222 3, 77 | Nevertheless it is mixed with the ~sacramental species, yet so that after 223 3, 77 | dimensions, but according to the ~sacramental dimensions, under which 224 3, 78 | Secondly, because the sacramental forms bear the same ~relation 225 3, 78 | the signification of the sacramental effect as artificial ~forms 226 3, 78 | themselves, for ~producing the sacramental effects. This, as was shown 227 3, 78 | their effect without the sacramental words ~whereby the wine 228 3, 80 | species from the other. But sacramental ~eating is ordained for 229 3, 80 | eating as its end. Therefore sacramental ~eating ought not to be 230 3, 80 | sacrament spiritually. Moreover, sacramental ~eating would be to no purpose, 231 3, 80 | twofold eating, ~namely, sacramental and spiritual. ~Aquin.: 232 3, 80 | ways of eating, ~the one sacramental, and the other spiritual."~ 233 3, 80 | against the imperfect, so sacramental eating, whereby the ~sacrament 234 3, 80 | rather than in Baptism, the ~sacramental use is distinguished from 235 3, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: That sacramental eating which is also a spiritual 236 3, 80 | included under it; ~but that sacramental eating which does not secure 237 3, 80 | spiritual ~drink." Nevertheless sacramental eating is not without avail, 238 3, 80 | proper species, but under the sacramental species. Consequently there ~ 239 3, 80 | spiritually, as He is under the ~sacramental species, inasmuch as a man 240 3, 80 | sacrament, since in the sacramental form it is ~called the " 241 3, 80 | ceases to be under the ~sacramental species.~Aquin.: SMT TP 242 3, 80 | remains just as long under the sacramental species ~when taken by sinners. 243 3, 80 | an unbeliever receive the sacramental species, ~he would receive 244 3, 80 | species, but only as to its sacramental species. Some, ~however, 245 3, 80 | down as a third way besides sacramental and ~spiritual eating. ~( 246 3, 80 | greater dignity under the ~sacramental species than under His own. 247 3, 80 | s ~body, but only to the sacramental species, as stated above ( 248 3, 80 | eats, receives not only the sacramental species, but likewise ~Christ 249 3, 80 | sin is against it under sacramental species; secondly, because 250 3, 81 | namely, ~spiritual and sacramental. But the spiritual was unsuitable 251 3, 81 | consequence so was ~the sacramental, since it is imperfect without 252 3, 81 | to the dimensions of the sacramental species; ~so that Christ 253 3, 81 | and they have need of the sacramental signs for perceiving its ~ 254 3, 81 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the sacramental words now spoken by the 255 3, 81 | But now by virtue of the sacramental words it is Christ's ~impassible 256 3, 81 | received by them under ~the sacramental species. But as seen in 257 3, 81 | impassible when given under the sacramental species.~Aquin.: SMT TP 258 3, 81 | therefore the power of the sacramental words extends to this, that ~ 259 3, 81 | Lord can grieve beneath the sacramental veils But cannot feel the ~ 260 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The sacramental power is in several things, 261 3, 82 | and charity, but not by sacramental power: consequently he ~ 262 3, 83 | OBJ 7: The efficacy of the sacramental words can be hindered by ~ 263 3, 83 | priest does not pray that the sacramental species may ~be borne up 264 3, 84 | thus hallowed produces the ~sacramental effect. Now sins cannot 265 3, 84 | ad 1), it behooves the sacramental form to ~signify the sacramental 266 3, 84 | sacramental form to ~signify the sacramental effect in a manner that 267 3, 84 | employed by the Church in sacramental ~absolution. But such absolutions 268 3, 84 | given in public are not ~sacramental, but are prayers for the 269 3, 84 | sins. Wherefore ~in giving sacramental absolution it would not 270 3, 84 | prayer is said before the sacramental absolution is given, lest 271 3, 84 | absolution is given, lest the ~sacramental effect be hindered on the 272 3, 84 | works ~inwardly in all the sacramental signs, be they things or 273 3, 84 | their own ~agency in the sacramental forms rather than in the 274 3, 84 | imposition of hands is not sacramental, but is ~intended for the 275 3, 87 | sprinkling of holy water, any sacramental anointing, a prayer said 276 Suppl, 4 | it is a meritorious and ~sacramental act, and, to a certain extent, 277 Suppl, 5 | also, and ~likewise the sacramental cause, since the sacramental 278 Suppl, 5 | sacramental cause, since the sacramental forms are words ~uttered 279 Suppl, 6 | the sacrament ~having the sacramental power; wherefore it ought 280 Suppl, 6 | confession, ~which is of sacramental necessity, is according 281 Suppl, 7 | Confession is the sinner's sacramental ~self-accusation through 282 Suppl, 8 | sacrament: and consequently ~sacramental confession which should 283 Suppl, 8 | priest. For confession is a sacramental accusation, as appears from 284 Suppl, 8 | confession made to a layman is a ~sacramental, although it is not a perfect 285 Suppl, 8 | forgiveness of venial sins. and a ~sacramental, such as holy water or the 286 Suppl, 8 | baptizes ~him: whereas the sacramental power of Penance consists 287 Suppl, 8 | fulfills his own part of the sacramental confession, ~he does not 288 Suppl, 8 | confession, ~he does not receive sacramental absolution. Wherefore his 289 Suppl, 9 | used in washing, so in the sacramental act which ~is intended for 290 Suppl, 10| confession): and then general sacramental ~confession works for the 291 Suppl, 10| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In sacramental confession, not only is 292 Suppl, 10| what was wanting to the ~sacramental confession.~Aquin.: SMT 293 Suppl, 11| confession ~does not cease to be sacramental although he that confesses, 294 Suppl, 11| obligation of making a ~sacramental confession is of Divine 295 Suppl, 11| confession is connected with sacramental ~confession. But those things 296 Suppl, 11| which have ~reference to sacramental confession.~Aquin.: SMT 297 Suppl, 11| which have reference to sacramental confession, yet ~indirectly 298 Suppl, 11| which are not connected with sacramental ~confession are affected 299 Suppl, 18| Confirmation, ~and then the sacramental virtue is in both together. 300 Suppl, 18| matter, and then the entire sacramental virtue is in the minister, 301 Suppl, 18| for the reception of the sacramental ~effect; whereas Baptism 302 Suppl, 18| grace at the very time of ~sacramental confession and absolution, 303 Suppl, 18| for then confession and ~sacramental absolution would be mere 304 Suppl, 18| power ~of the keys. For the sacramental power is ordained as a remedy 305 Suppl, 18| of ~the keys, which is a sacramental power, the priest cannot 306 Suppl, 19| that He could produce the sacramental effect without the sacramental ~ 307 Suppl, 19| sacramental effect without the sacramental ~rite. Now the key is something 308 Suppl, 19| Now the key is something sacramental. Therefore He needed no 309 Suppl, 19| which we have, like other ~sacramental powers, is instrumental: 310 Suppl, 19| which Christ had was not sacramental, but the ~origin of the 311 Suppl, 19| but the ~origin of the sacramental key.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] 312 Suppl, 20| of a ~superior. For every sacramental act requires its proper 313 Suppl, 22| unbelievers who have no (sacramental) character, whereby they 314 Suppl, 25| Further, the granting of the sacramental effect without the ~sacraments 315 Suppl, 25| Reply OBJ 3: The effect of sacramental absolution is the removal 316 Suppl, 25| The key of orders is a ~sacramental: and as the effects of the 317 Suppl, 25| jurisdiction is not something sacramental, and its effect ~depends 318 Suppl, 29| the sacraments, whereas a sacramental is an action which, though 319 Suppl, 29| Extreme Unction is not a sacramental but a ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 320 Suppl, 29| The ~first is that all sacramental efficacy is derived from 321 Suppl, 29| and not that which, as a sacramental, is directed to a sacrament ~ 322 Suppl, 29| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sacramental matter is not one that is 323 Suppl, 29| Now the words are the ~sacramental form. Therefore, since this 324 Suppl, 29| is not ~expressed in the sacramental forms except by way of assertion, 325 Suppl, 29| should be expressed in the ~sacramental forms because it is essential 326 Suppl, 29| the prayer, are not the sacramental form, but are a ~preparation 327 Suppl, 30| healing by means of an outward sacramental healing: and even as ~the 328 Suppl, 30| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, a sacramental character causes a distinction 329 Suppl, 31| These unctions were not sacramental. It was due to the ~devotion 330 Suppl, 31| Cor. 12:9) but not through sacramental grace.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 331 Suppl, 32| seated. Consequently the sacramental unction also ought to be 332 Suppl, 33| Para. 1/1~I answer that, No sacramental or sacrament, having an 333 Suppl, 34| should not be made in the sacramental form, ~except of such things 334 Suppl, 36| touch the symbols," i.e. the sacramental ~signs. Hence when they 335 Suppl, 37| to the disposal ~of the sacramental matter in the sacred vessels 336 Suppl, 37| to the proffering of the sacramental ~matter, and this belongs 337 Suppl, 37| the Orders derive their sacramental nature from their ~relation 338 Suppl, 37| the vessels in which the sacramental matter is ~contained, as 339 Suppl, 37| gratuitous grace rather than to a sacramental grace. ~Wherefore we should 340 Suppl, 39| thing, is required in all sacramental actions; thus it was stated 341 Suppl, 39| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The sacramental signs signify by reason 342 Suppl, 42| s blessing, which is a ~sacramental.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 343 Suppl, 43| espousals ~are a kind of sacramental annexed to matrimony, as 344 Suppl, 45| In a vow there is not a sacramental but only a spiritual ~bond, 345 Suppl, 45| 1/1~I answer that, The sacramental causes produce their effect 346 Suppl, 49| office of ~nature. Hence the sacramental aspect is a condition added 347 Suppl, 53| not so order, which ~has a sacramental cause appointed by God. 348 Suppl, 56| is not a sacrament but a sacramental. Wherefore ~others say that 349 Suppl, 59| therefore so far as the ~sacramental essentials are concerned, 350 Suppl, 63| marriage. Therefore it is a sacramental union.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 351 Suppl, 66| alone which belongs to the sacramental effect,* and this is not ~ 352 Suppl, 96| incorporation is the ~effect of the sacramental eating, in those who approach


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