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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | The Scripture says that a bishop should "embrace that ~faithful 2 1, 45 | as when we ~say that a bishop is created. We do not, however, 3 1, 64 | way as ~we say that the bishop's honor is not lessened 4 1, 46 | as when we ~say that a bishop is created. We do not, however, 5 1, 65 | way as ~we say that the bishop's honor is not lessened 6 1, 107 | natural gift for one to be a bishop, and ~another a priest, 7 2, 13 | in the appointment of the bishop or official, he ~would have 8 2, 11 | a letter ~to Proterius, Bishop of Alexandria: "The enemies 9 2, 38 | and entreaty of Adrian, bishop of Rome. ~Therefore they 10 2, 38 | incompatible with the duties of a ~bishop and a cleric, for two reasons. 11 2, 60 | another; for instance, if a bishop ~appropriates the property 12 2, 62 | It behooveth . . . a ~bishop to be without crime [*Vulg.: ' 13 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The bishop of the defendant's diocese 14 2, 65 | a matter exempt from the bishop's ~authority, for instance 15 2, 68 | iv, can. Praesul.): "A ~bishop shall not be condemned save 16 2, 68 | Regist. xiii, 44): "As to the bishop who ~is said to have been 17 2, 81 | the common of a Confessor Bishop]. Hence a gloss on ~1 Tim. 18 2, 86 | religious who is made a bishop is no more absolved from ~ 19 2, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, any bishop can grant a dispensation 20 2, 87 | admits of dispensation, any ~bishop can dispense from an oath. 21 2, 87 | circumstance. In this case any bishop can ~dispense. Sometimes, 22 2, 91 | replying to Augustine, bishop of the English (Regist. 23 2, 98 | it is not unlawful for a bishop, before presenting a person 24 2, 98 | power to give. Therefore a bishop does not lose his episcopal 25 2, 98 | to receive Orders from a bishop one knows to ~have been 26 2, 98 | Orders from him. And if the ~bishop has been guilty of simony 27 2, 98 | simoniacally). In other cases the bishop ~also can dispense, provided 28 2, 111 | in a letter to Augustine, bishop of the ~English (Regist. 29 2, 114 | 3) that it "behooveth a bishop to be . . . not quarrelsome"; 30 2, 145 | Capitularies (Cap. 39) of Theodulf, bishop of Orleans (760-821) and 31 2, 147 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a bishop has the highest degree in 32 2, 147 | It behooveth ~. . . a bishop to be blameless, the husband 33 2, 148 | apostles (Can. xli, xlii): ~"A bishop, priest or deacon who is 34 2, 181 | act, as in the case of a bishop. The ecclesiastical orders 35 2, 182 | high ~priest," i.e. the bishop, "is ordained, he receives 36 2, 182 | Formerly priest was the same as bishop," and ~afterwards he adds: " 37 2, 182 | religion, even without their bishop's permission (cf. Decret. 38 2, 182 | archdeacon may with his bishop's permission ~resign his 39 2, 182 | may speak of priest and bishop in two ways. First, with ~ 40 2, 182 | from which the English 'bishop' and 'priest' are derived.] ~ 41 2, 182 | existed between a priest and a bishop."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] 42 2, 182 | or as archdeacons to the bishop; ~"governments, namely persons 43 2, 182 | respective godlike hierarch or bishop." Also it is said ~(XVI, 44 2, 182 | do anything without their bishop's permission." Wherefore 45 2, 182 | stand in relation to their bishop as wardens or mayors ~to 46 2, 182 | committed to them by the bishop, so the ~pastoral office 47 2, 182 | above A[5]] ~whereas the bishop's state would seem to be 48 2, 182 | ordination ~makes a monk to be a bishop." Therefore the episcopal 49 2, 182 | perilous as the ~office of bishop, priest, or deacon; while 50 2, 182 | he be made a priest, the bishop shall take him and ordain 51 2, 182 | in his church under the bishop and leading a secular ~life 52 2, 182 | the cure of souls, as a bishop does, nor is it ~competent 53 2, 182 | competent to him, as it is to a bishop, to exercise the cure of 54 2, 182 | cure of ~souls, but of a bishop, who is called a high-priest; 55 2, 182 | religious are more like a bishop, as appears from what we ~ 56 2, 183 | to desire the office of a bishop?~(2) Whether it is lawful 57 2, 183 | to refuse the office of bishop definitively?~(3) Whether 58 2, 183 | episcopal office?~(4) Whether a bishop may pass over to the religious 59 2, 183 | to desire the office of a bishop?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 60 2, 183 | to desire the office of a bishop. ~For the Apostle says ( 61 2, 183 | desire'] the office of a bishop, he desireth a good work." 62 2, 183 | to desire the office of a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 63 2, 183 | to desire the office of a bishop, and blameworthy ~to refuse 64 2, 183 | desire the office of ~a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 65 2, 183 | principal and final, namely the bishop's work, whereby the good 66 2, 183 | height of degree, for a bishop is placed above ~others, 67 2, 183 | to ~seek the office of a bishop when it was certain to bring 68 2, 183 | desireth the office of ~bishop, desireth a good work,' 69 2, 183 | may know himself to be no ~bishop if he loves to precede rather 70 2, 183 | adds: It behooveth . . . a bishop to be blameless," as though 71 2, 183 | pertains actively to the bishop, as the "perfecter," but 72 2, 183 | a vow not to ~accept the bishop's office, and by this intend 73 2, 183 | De Trin. iii, 3). Now a bishop ~is appointed to govern 74 2, 183 | choose or appoint one for a bishop is ~not bound to take one 75 2, 183 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a bishop may lawfully forsake the 76 2, 183 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a bishop cannot lawfully forsake 77 2, 183 | once a man is consecrated bishop he retains in perpetuity 78 2, 183 | Therefore it would seem that a ~bishop may not forsake the episcopal 79 2, 183 | happens in several ways that a bishop is hindered ~from procuring 80 2, 183 | belongs to the perfection of a bishop to occupy oneself in working 81 2, 183 | episcopacy, than for a bishop to descend to the monastic 82 2, 183 | his own salvation. And a bishop, if he be hindered from 83 2, 183 | Whether it is lawful for a bishop on account of bodily persecution 84 2, 183 | that it is unlawful for a bishop, on account of ~some temporal 85 2, 183 | persecution ~of a tyrant, a bishop withdraws his bodily presence 86 2, 183 | Therefore it would seem that a bishop should not on account of ~ 87 2, 183 | to the perfection of the bishop's state that ~he devote 88 2, 183 | would seem unlawful for a ~bishop to withdraw his bodily presence 89 2, 183 | Whether it is lawful for a bishop to have property of his 90 2, 183 | that it is not lawful for a bishop to have ~property of his 91 2, 183 | is to be assigned to the bishop, two parts are to be used ~ 92 2, 183 | assigned to the use of the bishop are distinct from ~those 93 2, 183 | ecclesiastical worship, and if the bishop keeps back for himself ~ 94 2, 183 | other purposes. Hence if a ~bishop or cleric wish to deprive 95 2, 183 | ordination makes of ~a monk a bishop." Now the regular observances 96 2, 183 | Therefore it would seem that a bishop is not bound to ~those things 97 2, 183 | ordination has made of a monk a bishop he enjoys the right, as 98 2, 183 | after he has been made a bishop, remains bound to observe ~ 99 2, 183 | from being a monk becomes a bishop is loosened from ~the yoke 100 2, 183 | after he has been ordained bishop at ~the altar to which he 101 2, 184 | exempt from obedience to the bishop of the diocese, they ~are 102 2, 185 | judgment is deputed by the bishop to a simple ~priest. In 103 2, 185 | or widows, or when the bishop of the ~city commands him 104 2, 186 | cxlvi ad Evan.): "Wherever a bishop is, whether at Rome, ~or 105 2, 186 | relating to perfection, the bishop stands in the ~position 106 2, 187 | as Gregory writes to the bishop Siagrius ~[*Regist. ix, 107 2, 187 | Redemptione, cap. Per tuas) the Bishop of Grenoble, who had ~accepted 108 2, 187 | in his church under ~the bishop and leading a secular life, 109 2, 187 | canonical ~rule, even though his bishop withstand him, we authorize 110 2, 187 | renounce in the hands of the bishop the cure entrusted to them, 111 3, 26 | 1170), ~Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln (1253), William 112 3, 31 | fact that the father of a bishop pays tithes to a priest ~ 113 3, 31 | not hinder his son, the bishop, from being of higher rank 114 3, 31 | yet his son, if he be a bishop, is greater than that priest, ~ 115 3, 54 | the error of Eutyches, ~Bishop of Constantinople, who maintained 116 3, 62 | by ~means of a crozier, a bishop by means of a ring, so by 117 3, 65 | order are conferred by a bishop only, who is a greater minister 118 3, 65 | belongs ~exclusively to a bishop, who is, as it were, a prince 119 3, 66 | Pelagius II wrote to the Bishop Gaudentius: "If ~any people 120 3, 66 | Pope Pelagius ~II wrote to Bishop Gaudentius: "The Gospel 121 3, 66 | contrary, Gregory wrote to the Bishop Leander: "It cannot be in ~ 122 3, 66 | read: "If any priest or bishop confer baptism ~not with 123 3, 66 | Gregory, writing to the Bishop ~Quiricus, says: "Those 124 3, 66 | by the imposition of the ~bishop's hands; the latter is made 125 3, 67 | belongs to a priest, or to a bishop only?~(3) Whether a layman 126 3, 67 | and further on: "Without bishop or priest they must not 127 3, 67 | the proper office of a bishop, whose action is "to perfect," 128 3, 67 | belongs to the office of ~bishop, as Dionysius declares ( 129 3, 67 | that "it belongs to ~the bishop to consecrate churches, 130 3, 67 | baptize in the presence of a bishop, because it is part of ~ 131 3, 67 | Gregory III] writes to ~Bishop Boniface: "Those whom you 132 3, 68 | Gregory writing to the bishop Quiricus says: "We have ~ 133 3, 71 | belongs to the office of a bishop, as ~Dionysius says (Eccl. 134 3, 72 | previously consecrated by a bishop?~(4) Its form;~(5) Whether 135 3, 72 | whether ~the imposition of the bishop's hand were a greater sacrament 136 3, 72 | previously consecrated by a bishop?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 137 3, 72 | previously consecrated by a bishop. For ~Baptism which bestows 138 3, 72 | previously consecrated by a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 139 3, 72 | previously consecrated by ~a bishop: but they must not sign 140 3, 72 | oil; this belongs ~to the bishop alone, when he gives the 141 3, 72 | previously consecrated by a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 142 3, 72 | either by ~Christ, or by a bishop, who, in the Church, impersonates 143 3, 72 | confirmed a second time by a bishop, ~such a repetition must 144 3, 72 | of the head, but by the ~bishop on the forehead."~Aquin.: 145 3, 72 | of the Church, i.e. the bishop. But this sacrament, as ~ 146 3, 72 | brought by another to the bishop in order to receive this 147 3, 72 | therefore ~he is brought to the bishop, as to the commander of 148 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether only a bishop can confer this sacrament?~ 149 3, 72 | It seems that not only a bishop can confer this sacrament. 150 3, 72 | Regist. iv), writing to Bishop Januarius, says: "We hear 151 3, 72 | permit ~priests, where no bishop is to be had, to anoint 152 3, 72 | that it be conferred by ~a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 153 3, 72 | that it be ~conferred by a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 154 3, 72 | that it be given by a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 155 3, 72 | by the imposition of the bishop's hand, that they ~may become 156 3, 72 | of the head, but by the ~bishop on the forehead; that the 157 3, 72 | be given by ~none but a bishop, to be given or received 158 3, 72 | not ~fasting: since one bishop, especially in a large diocese, 159 3, 72 | should be consecrated by the bishop two days ~beforehand, that 160 3, 80 | evil deed be imputed to a ~bishop or priest, for each charge 161 3, 80 | in a Letter to Augustine, Bishop of the ~English (Regist. 162 3, 80 | Gregory writes to Augustine, Bishop of ~the English (Regist. 163 3, 80 | writing to Augustine, ~Bishop of the English (Regist. 164 3, 80 | quoted above to Augustine, ~Bishop of the English, in the Old 165 3, 82 | belongs exclusively to a bishop; yet their ~consecration 166 3, 82 | a priest, but only to a bishop, to perform this sacrament.~ 167 3, 82 | and ~ordination, when the bishop says to him: "Receive the 168 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The bishop receives power to act on 169 3, 82 | by commission ~from the bishop. Consequently all such things 170 3, 82 | are not reserved to the bishop, such as the consecration 171 3, 82 | sacrament. But it belongs to the bishop to deliver, not only to 172 3, 82 | consecrations are reserved ~to the bishop as the head of the whole 173 3, 82 | to co-celebrate with the bishop ordaining them.~Aquin.: 174 3, 82 | co-celebrate with the ordaining bishop. Nor is the consecration, ~ 175 3, 82 | sacrament belongs to the bishop and not to the priest.~Aquin.: 176 3, 82 | necessity, at the bidding of a bishop ~or of a priest. First of 177 3, 82 | Eccl. Hier. v) of the ~bishop, inasmuch as he dispenses 178 3, 82 | others, are reserved to the bishop.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 179 3, 82 | not use it, just as the bishop consecrating the chrism 180 3, 82 | gives can take away. But the bishop in ordaining ~gives to the 181 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The bishop gives the priestly power 182 3, 82 | asunder." And therefore the bishop ~cannot take this power 183 3, 82 | faithless father sent an Arian bishop ~to his son, for him to 184 3, 82 | hands. But, when the Arian bishop arrived, God's devoted servant ~ 185 3, 83 | Leo I wrote to Dioscorus, Bishop of Alexandria, that "it 186 3, 83 | places consecrated by ~the bishop." And furthermore because 187 3, 83 | been profaned; but with the bishop's consent. ~Hence we read 188 3, 83 | places consecrated by the bishop, or where ~he gives permission." 189 3, 83 | altar consecrated by the ~bishop: hence in the same distinction 190 3, 83 | linen consecrated by the bishop; as Christ's body ~was buried 191 3, 83 | to the flesh, and Basil, bishop of ~Caesarea, edited the 192 3, 83 | is laid down: "Let the ~bishop hinder no one from entering 193 3, 83 | of the Holy Ghost. ~But a bishop, when he celebrates on festival 194 3, 83 | Resurrection, Whose person the bishop chiefly represents.~Aquin.: 195 3, 83 | Consecr. dist. 1) that a ~bishop is to solemnize mass with 196 3, 83 | let it be free for the bishop or another priest to finish ~ 197 3, 83 | days' penance; and let ~a bishop do ninety days'. But if 198 3, 87 | sprinkling of holy water, a ~bishop's blessing, the beating 199 3, 87 | sprinkling ~of holy water, a bishop's blessing, and the like. 200 3, 87 | things; and in this way a bishop's blessing, ~the sprinkling 201 3, 89 | wherefore Isidore wrote to the bishop Masso, ~and as we read in 202 3, 89 | of Pope Martin [*Martin, bishop of Braga]: "If a man marry 203 Suppl, 8 | Para. 2/2~Further, as a bishop is to his diocese, so is 204 Suppl, 8 | episcoporum xvi, Q[5]), for a bishop to exercise the ~episcopal 205 Suppl, 8 | Now a superior, ~such as a bishop, can hear the confession 206 Suppl, 8 | comes to him ~from the bishop. Now it is through that 207 Suppl, 8 | can do so, to whom the ~bishop gives the same power.~Aquin.: 208 Suppl, 8 | jurisdiction over that man, priest, bishop, or ~Pope, can depute that 209 Suppl, 8 | the ~parish priest, the bishop, and the Pope are placed 210 Suppl, 8 | place, as when the Pope or a bishop ~appoints his penitentiaries; 211 Suppl, 8 | penitentiary is higher than a ~bishop, and the bishop's penitentiary 212 Suppl, 8 | than a ~bishop, and the bishop's penitentiary than a parish 213 Suppl, 8 | man has confessed to the bishop's penitentiary, or to ~someone 214 Suppl, 8 | having faculties from the bishop, his sins are forgiven both ~ 215 Suppl, 8 | hears ~confessions by the bishop's authority, to advise the 216 Suppl, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A bishop or priest sins with greater 217 Suppl, 19| both by one alone, e.g. a bishop, and by many together, e.g. 218 Suppl, 20| because ~in that case the bishop is the proper minister of 219 Suppl, 20| crimes to be reserved to the ~bishop, in order to inspire fear, 220 Suppl, 20| Reply OBJ 1: Although the bishop whom a simple priest absolves 221 Suppl, 22| tribunal of Penance, as when a bishop confesses to his subject, 222 Suppl, 24| pronounced by law, and then the bishop or even a priest can absolve ~ 223 Suppl, 24| him, he be absolved by the bishop or by his own priest, after 224 Suppl, 26| indulgences?~(3) Whether a bishop can grant them?~(4) Whether 225 Suppl, 26| families and services. Hence a bishop alone ~is properly called 226 Suppl, 26| consecrating ~priests the bishop says: "The more fragile 227 Suppl, 26| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a bishop can grant indulgences?~Aquin.: 228 Suppl, 26| It would seem that even a bishop cannot grant indulgences. ~ 229 Suppl, 27| gives to others. And so a bishop too can apply to himself 230 Suppl, 28| the clerical state and a bishop ~who would ordain such a 231 Suppl, 28| present ~themselves to the bishop of the city at the door 232 Suppl, 28| them into the church the bishop with all his clergy recites 233 Suppl, 28| reconciliation is reserved to the bishop, who alone can ~impose solemn 234 Suppl, 28| sins, is reserved to the bishop.~ 235 Suppl, 29| should be consecrated by a ~bishop?~(7) Whether this sacrament 236 Suppl, 29| consecration of the oil ~by the bishop. But this is clearly false 237 Suppl, 29| need be consecrated by a bishop?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 238 Suppl, 29| not be ~consecrated by a bishop. Because the consecration 239 Suppl, 29| Phys. ii, text. 25. ~Now a bishop is above a priest. Therefore 240 Suppl, 29| matter does not belong to a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 241 Suppl, 29| matter is consecrated by a ~bishop. Therefore the same applies 242 Suppl, 29| matter is ~performed by a bishop, and the application thereof 243 Suppl, 29| power is derived from the bishop's, ~according to Ps. 132: 244 Suppl, 29| consecration of the matter by a bishop is required beforehand: 245 Suppl, 29| can be done by none but a bishop: so that in ~this sacrament 246 Suppl, 29| to be derived from the ~bishop's, as Dionysius observes ( 247 Suppl, 31| 3) Whether none but a bishop can confer it?~Aquin.: SMT 248 Suppl, 31| 1/1~Whether none but a bishop can confer this sacrament?~ 249 Suppl, 31| would seem that none but a bishop can confer this sacrament. ~ 250 Suppl, 31| Confirmation does. ~Now none but a bishop can confirm. Therefore only 251 Suppl, 31| confirm. Therefore only a bishop can confer ~this sacrament.~ 252 Suppl, 31| clear from James 5:14. Now a bishop cannot go to all ~the sick 253 Suppl, 31| his diocese. Therefore the bishop is not the only one ~who 254 Suppl, 31| perfecting belongs to a bishop, just as it belongs to a 255 Suppl, 31| sacraments are reserved to a bishop's ~dispensation, which place 256 Suppl, 34| mood. For]* although ~the bishop who is the minister of this 257 Suppl, 36| orders commits ~no sin. For a bishop needs assistants appointed 258 Suppl, 36| he can. If ~therefore a bishop sins in promoting the unworthy, 259 Suppl, 37| of wisdom" belongs to the bishop, because he ~is the ordainer 260 Suppl, 37| virgins, is the work of the bishop; while the most excellent 261 Suppl, 37| empty however, from the bishop's hands. Thirdly, ~there 262 Suppl, 37| these Orders, namely ~the bishop, has all three actions; 263 Suppl, 37| the mere ~blessing of the bishop.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 264 Suppl, 37| same ~agent. Wherefore the bishop in conferring orders does 265 Suppl, 37| the words uttered by the bishop.~ 266 Suppl, 38| of inquiry:~(1) Whether a bishop alone can confer this sacrament?~( 267 Suppl, 38| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a bishop alone confers the sacrament 268 Suppl, 38| would seem that not only a bishop confers the sacrament of ~ 269 Suppl, 38| consecration. Now not only the bishop but also the assisting priests 270 Suppl, 38| ordained. Therefore not only a bishop ~confers the sacrament of 271 Suppl, 38| Therefore not only the bishop confers the sacrament of ~ 272 Suppl, 38| and a ~deacon than between bishop and bishop. But a bishop 273 Suppl, 38| than between bishop and bishop. But a bishop can consecrate 274 Suppl, 38| bishop and bishop. But a bishop can consecrate a ~bishop. 275 Suppl, 38| bishop can consecrate a ~bishop. Therefore a priest can 276 Suppl, 38| the vessels belongs to a bishop only. Much more therefore 277 Suppl, 38| of ~Confirmation. Now a bishop alone confirms. Much more 278 Suppl, 38| Much more therefore does a ~bishop alone confer the sacrament 279 Suppl, 38| the ordained are. Yet a bishop alone can consecrate a ~ 280 Suppl, 38| Wherefore it belongs to a bishop to assign others to places ~ 281 Suppl, 38| priests together with the ~bishop lay hands on them, but the 282 Suppl, 38| lay hands on them, but the bishop alone lays hands on deacons.~ 283 Suppl, 38| being handed to him by the bishop. On the other hand, the 284 Suppl, 38| virtue of the words of the bishop when the ~aforesaid things - 285 Suppl, 38| entrust one who is not a bishop with things pertaining to 286 Suppl, 38| hierarchical offices, as a bishop ~has, it does not follow 287 Suppl, 38| in ~him indelibly. But a bishop receives no character when 288 Suppl, 38| On the contrary, When a bishop who has fallen into heresy 289 Suppl, 39| sold ~as a slave; for a bishop of Nola, Paulinus, to wit, 290 Suppl, 39| master be in ~ignorance, the bishop and he who presented him 291 Suppl, 40| other Orders are given by a ~bishop alone, so is the tonsure. 292 Suppl, 40| supreme minister, namely the bishop, ~who moreover blesses the 293 Suppl, 40| be ~provided for by the bishop who ordained them; otherwise 294 Suppl, 40| priest, and this is the bishop. Therefore the episcopal ~ 295 Suppl, 40| congruousness, the act of the bishop is ~pre-required in the 296 Suppl, 40| ministry by ~Himself, whereas a bishop represents Him in that He 297 Suppl, 40| Church. Hence it belongs to a bishop to ~dedicate a thing to 298 Suppl, 40| For this reason also a bishop is ~especially called the 299 Suppl, 40| ecclesiastical hierarchy, the bishop, the priest, and the minister. 300 Suppl, 40| committed to one who is ~not a bishop, which is false. Therefore 301 Suppl, 40| of ~Order. Therefore the bishop has an Order which a simple 302 Suppl, 40| Eucharist. Wherefore since the bishop ~has not a higher power 303 Suppl, 40| hierarchical ~actions a bishop has in relation to the mystical 304 Suppl, 40| although at his promotion a bishop ~receives a spiritual power 305 Suppl, 40| in the Church ~should one bishop be above another.~Aquin.: 306 Suppl, 40| priest does not ~consecrate a bishop or a priest, but a bishop 307 Suppl, 40| bishop or a priest, but a bishop consecrates a priest. But 308 Suppl, 40| consecrates a priest. But a ~bishop can consecrate any bishop, 309 Suppl, 40| bishop can consecrate any bishop, since even the bishop of 310 Suppl, 40| any bishop, since even the bishop of Ostia ~consecrates the 311 Suppl, 40| matters, and consequently one bishop should not be subject to 312 Suppl, 40| we venerate the most holy bishop of ancient Rome the first 313 Suppl, 40| bishops, and after him the bishop of Constantinople." ~Therefore 314 Suppl, 40| Constantinople." ~Therefore one bishop is above another.~Aquin.: 315 Suppl, 40| Further, the blessed Cyril, bishop of Alexandria, says: "That 316 Suppl, 40| Again, between a simple bishop and ~the Pope there are 317 Suppl, 40| of the same kind. Hence a bishop can perform ~every hierarchical 318 Suppl, 40| perform ~every act that a bishop can in conferring the sacraments. 319 Suppl, 40| and for this reason any bishop can consecrate another bishop.~ 320 Suppl, 40| bishop can consecrate another bishop.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 321 Suppl, 40| Orders of ministers. Now the bishop uses the vestments of the 322 Suppl, 40| other kind ~of power than a bishop, as stated above (A[6]). 323 Suppl, 40| ministers resides in the bishop as their ~source, but not 324 Suppl, 40| those Orders. ~Wherefore the bishop, rather than the priest, 325 Suppl, 40| disciple who afterwards ~became bishop of Treves. Hence in the 326 Suppl, 56| Confirmation given by the bishop: ~and they say that spiritual 327 Suppl, 66| entrusted to the care of a bishop, and in which there are 328 Suppl, 66| order that a man be made a bishop. This ~reason, however, 329 Suppl, 66| It ~behooveth . . . a bishop to be . . . the husband 330 Suppl, 66| granted a dispensation to the bishop of ~Palermo who was a bigamist, 331 Suppl, 66| such an irregularity; but a bishop, only as ~regards the minor 332 Suppl, 68| Hence it is part ~of a bishop's care to compel both parents 333 Suppl, 69| Paschasius whom Germanus, Bishop of Capua, found at the baths, 334 Suppl, 69| outside that place. Thus a bishop who is given the honor of 335 Suppl, 70| imprisoned in ~flames?" Julian [*Bishop of Toledo, Prognostic ii, 336 Suppl, 76| Gregory relates of a certain Bishop of Constantinople, in ~his 337 Suppl, 80| the heresy of Eutychius, Bishop of Constantinople, as ~Gregory 338 Appen2, 1| iv, 40) that Germanus, Bishop of Capua, found ~Paschasius


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