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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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consecration

    Part, Question
1 2, 101 | is effected by a sort of consecration either of the ~people or 2 2, 102 | OBJ 9: Further, exterior consecration signifies interior holiness, 3 2, 102 | the divine worship by this consecration. The ~figurative reason 4 2, 102 | worshippers of God for their ~consecration so as, in some way, to depute 5 2, 102 | for the priests, by ~their consecration. The second thing required 6 2, 102 | Orders corresponds to the consecration ~of the pontiff and of the 7 2, 102 | special purification or ~consecration: wherefore they are commanded 8 2, 102 | touching them in their ~consecration or institution, was with 9 2, 102 | high-priests and priests the consecration was performed as follows. 10 2, 102 | denote that the power of consecration was poured forth by him ~ 11 2, 102 | Levites ~received no other consecration besides being offered to 12 2, 102 | delivered in ~Egypt. At their consecration the following sacrifices 13 2, 102 | imitate; again, a ram of ~consecration, which was a peace-offering, 14 2, 102 | use, and a special form of consecration. This indeed ~is the general 15 2, 103 | expiation from sin and ~consecration pertains to justification. 16 2, 108 | given: for ~instance, in the consecration of a temple, an altar or 17 2, 37 | conferred by some kind of consecration. Now all the consecrations 18 2, 37 | who has received it by ~consecration, as long as he lives, even 19 2, 81 | says that "in the Mass, the consecration is preceded by ~supplication," 20 2, 81 | that ~"prayers are in the consecration itself," in which especially 21 2, 86 | some ~spiritual blessing or consecration which, in accordance with 22 2, 86 | accompanied by a spiritual consecration or ~blessing, of which God 23 2, 86 | spiritual blessing ~and consecration bestowed through the ministry 24 2, 86 | be commuted ~now, if no consecration has intervened.~Aquin.: 25 2, 86 | sanctified to lose its ~consecration, not even though it be something 26 2, 86 | vow ~consists in a kind of consecration or blessing of the person 27 2, 86 | not, the ~solemnity of the consecration can remain without the obligation 28 2, 87 | examined 'by his sacred consecration,' instead of being put ~ 29 2, 98 | to give something in the consecration of bishops, ~blessings of 30 2, 98 | their end, wherefore their consecration cannot be sold. Yet their ~ 31 2, 98 | that are imprinted by a consecration. ~Therefore it is not a 32 2, 182 | solemnity of profession and consecration; wherefore Dionysius adds ( 33 2, 182 | a certain solemnity of ~consecration is employed together with 34 2, 182 | bishops together with their consecration receive ~the cure of souls, 35 2, 182 | conferred with the ~solemnity of consecration, while the archdeacon or 36 3, 37 | and also for a certain ~consecration of the child, because it 37 3, 60 | sprinkling with holy water, the consecration of an altar, and such like. ~ 38 3, 63 | inanimate things; ~for the consecration of a church or an altar 39 3, 63 | soul in which it is, ~as a consecration to that which is consecrated. 40 3, 63 | bestow on man a certain ~consecration, thus deputing him to the 41 3, 64 | holy by some process of ~consecration, but they belong to the 42 3, 64 | owing ~to their mystical consecration. Wherefore the holiness 43 3, 65 | such as Holy Water the ~Consecration of Altars, and such like. 44 3, 65 | order is ordained to the consecration of the Eucharist: and ~the 45 3, 66 | that, Baptism receives its consecration from its form, ~according 46 3, 66 | conferred with a certain consecration. Wherefore, just as other ~ 47 3, 72 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every consecration employed in the sacraments 48 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Each consecration of the chrism has not the 49 3, 73 | matter, and not by its ~consecration. But this is manifestly 50 3, 73 | the words spoken in ~the consecration of the matter are the form 51 3, 73 | is completed in the very consecration of the matter, whereas ~ 52 3, 73 | sacrament is perfected in the consecration of the ~matter, as stated 53 3, 73 | sacrament there is a ~double consecration of the matter. Therefore, 54 3, 73 | Reply OBJ 3: From the double consecration of the matter no more can 55 3, 74 | sacrament is wrought in the consecration of the matter. ~Consequently 56 3, 74 | sacrament is completed in the consecration of the matter: while the ~ 57 3, 74 | of the altar after ~the consecration there is nothing else save 58 3, 75 | this sacrament ~after the consecration?*~(2) Whether it is annihilated?~( 59 3, 75 | wine remains ~after the consecration?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 60 3, 75 | this sacrament after the consecration: because Damascene says ( 61 3, 75 | be seen, still, after the Consecration, they are to be ~believed 62 3, 75 | this sacrament after the consecration. But this opinion cannot ~ 63 3, 75 | was not there before the ~consecration. Now a thing cannot be in 64 3, 75 | cannot remain ~after the consecration.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 65 3, 75 | is annihilated after the ~consecration of this sacrament, or dissolved 66 3, 75 | is annihilated after the ~consecration of this sacrament, or dissolved 67 3, 75 | it is nothing after the consecration. Therefore, it is ~either 68 3, 75 | signified." Therefore, when the consecration takes place, the ~substance 69 3, 75 | proposition is false: "After the consecration the substance of the bread ~ 70 3, 75 | have maintained that by the consecration, the substance of the ~bread 71 3, 75 | form. But since after the consecration nothing remains under ~the 72 3, 75 | the last instant of the consecration; but ~in the last instant 73 3, 75 | the last instant of the consecration there is already present 74 3, 75 | the last instant of its consecration, then at the one ~time under 75 3, 75 | come to pass before the consecration, ~there will then be a time 76 3, 75 | bread or wine, after the consecration, ~remains neither under 77 3, 75 | OBJ 3: Although after the consecration this proposition is false: ~" 78 3, 75 | vii. Since, then, after consecration, the ~substance of the bread 79 3, 75 | and wine remain after the consecration. And this is reasonably 80 3, 75 | this sacrament after ~the consecration?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 81 3, 75 | this ~sacrament after the consecration. For it has been said (A[ 82 3, 75 | accidents remain after the consecration. But since bread is an artificial ~ 83 3, 75 | Therefore it remains after the ~consecration. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 84 3, 75 | that it remains ~after the consecration.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 85 3, 75 | this sacrament after the consecration.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 86 3, 75 | contended that after the consecration not only ~do the accidents 87 3, 75 | species of the bread after the consecration on account of the ~accidents 88 3, 75 | De Sacram. iv): "When the consecration ~takes place, the body of 89 3, 76 | locally?~(6) Whether after the consecration, the body of Christ is moved 90 3, 76 | Q[75], A[5]), after the ~consecration of the bread into the body 91 3, 76 | individual. Wherefore, after the consecration, the ~whole substance of 92 3, 76 | contained there before the consecration.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] A[ 93 3, 76 | were there even ~before the consecration, from which comes the power 94 3, 76 | in this sacrament by the ~consecration of the bread. Therefore, 95 3, 76 | again to be there ~by the consecration of the wine; and so Christ' 96 3, 76 | hence ~in the form for the consecration of the blood mention is 97 3, 76 | concomitance: ~and therefore by the consecration of the wine the body of 98 3, 76 | here there is only ~one consecration, whereby Christ's body is 99 3, 76 | this sacrament, only by the consecration of the bread, as stated 100 3, 76 | bread remains after the consecration, while only the ~substance 101 3, 76 | but to its being there by consecration ~and conversion of the bread 102 3, 76 | be in this sacrament by ~consecration and conversion, as was said 103 3, 77 | the accidents after the consecration of this sacrament ~do not 104 3, 77 | composition. But before the consecration they were not ~composed 105 3, 77 | Therefore, even after consecration they are not ~composite 106 3, 77 | in this sacrament after consecration, are not ~subjected in the 107 3, 77 | miraculously in virtue of the consecration, because the ~words of consecration 108 3, 77 | consecration, because the ~words of consecration do not signify this, and 109 3, 77 | whiteness. But after the consecration the accidents which remain ~ 110 3, 77 | wine that remains after consecration.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 111 3, 77 | take place in virtue of the consecration, ~whereby the sacramental 112 3, 77 | corrupted manifestly after consecration, ~because the dimensive 113 3, 77 | can be corrupted after ~consecration; for although the subject 114 3, 77 | which is wrought in the ~consecration, namely, that those sacramental 115 3, 77 | except in virtue of the ~consecration itself, which does not imply 116 3, 77 | to say that in the actual consecration it is ~miraculously bestowed 117 3, 77 | sacred mystery, and after the consecration of the bread and wine, claimed ~ 118 3, 77 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: After the consecration bread can be said to be 119 3, 77 | and blood of Christ after consecration, ~and are truly handled 120 3, 77 | blood ~otherwise than by consecration, which is unbecoming. Therefore 121 3, 77 | substance in virtue of the consecration, so likewise do they obtain 122 3, 77 | in the ~wine previous to consecration, is afterwards in the wine 123 3, 77 | Decretal, "if after ~the consecration other wine be put in the 124 3, 77 | substance of the water, as the consecration of the wine does.~Aquin.: 125 3, 78 | Whether the form for the consecration of the bread is appropriate?~( 126 3, 78 | Whether the form for the consecration of the blood is appropriate?~( 127 3, 78 | words which go with the ~consecration of the blood.~Aquin.: SMT 128 3, 78 | says (De Sacram. iv): "The consecration is ~accomplished by the 129 3, 78 | is accomplished by ~the consecration of the matter, while the 130 3, 78 | the other sacraments the ~consecration of the matter consists only 131 3, 78 | But in this sacrament the consecration of the ~matter consists 132 3, 78 | sacrament implies merely the ~consecration of the matter, which consists 133 3, 78 | because the blessing of ~the consecration is now performed by reciting 134 3, 78 | accomplished; hence, if the consecration was not performed then by 135 3, 78 | the proper form for the consecration of the bread: "This ~is 136 3, 78 | form. But the effect of the consecration of the bread is the change ~ 137 3, 78 | Therefore, in the form of ~the consecration we ought to say: "This becomes 138 3, 78 | the proper form for the consecration of the ~bread. For it was 139 3, 78 | was said (A[1]) that this consecration consists in changing ~the 140 3, 78 | Consequently the ~form for the consecration of the bread ought to signify 141 3, 78 | same which operates in this consecration, yet each in different ~ 142 3, 78 | the last effect of the ~consecration must needs be signified 143 3, 78 | the proper form for the consecration of the wine: "This ~is the 144 3, 78 | the proper form for the consecration of ~the wine. "This is the 145 3, 78 | changed by the power ~of consecration into Christ's body, so is 146 3, 78 | But in ~the form of the consecration of the bread, the body of 147 3, 78 | the words spoken in the consecration of the bread are ~not more 148 3, 78 | than those spoken in the consecration of the wine, ~since both 149 3, 78 | body," there is perfect consecration of the bread. Therefore, ~ 150 3, 78 | blood," there is perfect consecration of the blood; and so the 151 3, 78 | rather in the form of the consecration of the ~blood, than in the 152 3, 78 | than in the form of the consecration of the body, especially 153 3, 78 | appropriate form ~for the consecration of the wine.~Aquin.: SMT 154 3, 78 | 2]) in the form for the consecration of the bread; but by the ~ 155 3, 78 | fruits of the Passion in the consecration of the ~blood rather than 156 3, 78 | Passion and its fruits, in the consecration of the blood ~rather than 157 3, 78 | power ~which causes the consecration?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 158 3, 78 | created power which causes the consecration. Because Damascene says ( 159 3, 78 | what was bread before ~consecration is now the body of Christ 160 3, 78 | the body of Christ after consecration, because ~Christ's word 161 3, 78 | aforesaid words, which work the consecration, operate ~sacramentally. 162 3, 78 | Whether the form of the consecration of the bread accomplishes 163 3, 78 | before the form of the consecration of the wine be completed?~ 164 3, 78 | seems that the form of the consecration of the bread does not ~accomplish 165 3, 78 | effect until the form for the consecration of the wine be ~completed. 166 3, 78 | in this sacrament by the ~consecration of the bread, so does His 167 3, 78 | come to be there by the ~consecration of the wine. If, then, the 168 3, 78 | their effect before the consecration of the wine, it ~would follow 169 3, 78 | neither do the words for the consecration of Christ's body produce 170 3, 78 | understood that directly the ~consecration of the bread is complete, 171 3, 78 | concomitance; but afterwards by the consecration of the wine, conversely, ~ 172 3, 80 | is accomplished in ~the consecration of the matter: and consequently 173 3, 80 | says (Ep. i): "When the ~consecration is finished, let all communicate 174 3, 80 | the faithful, but in the consecration of the matter. And hence 175 3, 80 | represented in the very consecration ~of this sacrament, in which 176 3, 81 | A[2]), in virtue of the ~consecration, the body of Christ is under 177 3, 81 | not there in virtue of the consecration. And therefore, ~if this 178 3, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the consecration of this sacrament belongs 179 3, 82 | OBJ 1: It seems that the consecration of this sacrament does not 180 3, 82 | A[3]). Consequently, the consecration of this sacrament is not 181 3, 82 | sacrament is completed in the consecration of the ~matter. But the 182 3, 82 | of the ~matter. But the consecration of other matters such as 183 3, 82 | to a bishop; yet their ~consecration does not equal the dignity 184 3, 82 | equal the dignity of the consecration of the ~Eucharist, in which 185 3, 82 | delivered to the priest in his consecration and ~ordination, when the 186 3, 82 | receives no ~such power in his consecration, although he may have it 187 3, 82 | the bishop, such as the consecration of ~this sacrament. But 188 3, 82 | ordaining bishop. Nor is the consecration, ~on that account, repeated 189 3, 82 | the same instant of the consecration.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 190 3, 82 | sacrament is completed in the consecration of the matter, and ~not 191 3, 82 | them. ~Accordingly, as the consecration of Christ's body belongs 192 3, 82 | sacrament consists in the consecration ~of the matter. Therefore, 193 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The consecration of chrism or of anything 194 3, 82 | not a ~sacrifice, as the consecration of the Eucharist is: consequently 195 3, 82 | bread and wine, in which consecration the sacrament is completed. 196 3, 82 | when invoked, come for ~the consecration of the Divine Mystery, if 197 3, 82 | their orders. And since the consecration of the Eucharist is ~an 198 3, 82 | is given with a kind of consecration, as was said above (Q[63]~, 199 3, 82 | to a man with a kind of consecration; the former, ~when he is 200 3, 82 | sacrament is performed in the ~consecration of the Eucharist, whereby 201 3, 82 | exercising them, as to the consecration of the Eucharist: sometimes 202 3, 83 | pronounces ~the words of consecration, as is evident from what 203 3, 83 | be done otherwise than by consecration under the due form of ~words.~ 204 3, 83 | of Thy hands." Now ~the consecration of a church or altar, is 205 3, 83 | of a man; as is also ~the consecration of the chalice, and of the 206 3, 83 | Therefore neither ought the consecration of a church or of an ~altar 207 3, 83 | praise to God." ~Hence the consecration of the altar signifies Christ' 208 3, 83 | if it seem suitable for consecration, then, after removing ~the 209 3, 83 | spiritual virtue from the consecration, whereby they ~are rendered 210 3, 83 | acquired by a ~church's consecration, the consecration is never 211 3, 83 | church's consecration, the consecration is never repeated. Accordingly 212 3, 83 | Churches or altars of doubtful ~consecration are to be consecrated anew."~ 213 3, 83 | spiritual virtue from their consecration, ~we find it laid down in 214 3, 83 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Since the consecration of the altar signifies Christ' 215 3, 83 | Christ's ~holiness, and the consecration of a house the holiness 216 3, 83 | entire ~Church, therefore the consecration of a church or of an altar 217 3, 83 | Church's members. Nor is the ~consecration of a church or altar man' 218 3, 83 | s ~ministers; but their consecration is from God Himself. Consequently, 219 3, 83 | regarding the form of the ~consecration, and the manner of celebrating. 220 3, 83 | pronounces the words of consecration over the proper matter with 221 3, 83 | have the oblation; then the consecration of the matter ~offered; 222 3, 83 | 8/12~Then, regarding the consecration, performed by supernatural 223 3, 83 | 12~Then he comes to the consecration itself. Here he asks first 224 3, 83 | all for ~the effect of the consecration, when he says: "Which oblation 225 3, 83 | Secondly, he performs the consecration using our Saviour's ~words, 226 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The consecration is accomplished by Christ' 227 3, 83 | as the oblation and the consecration; consequently, ~the prayers 228 3, 83 | seem to pray there for the consecration to be ~fulfilled, but that 229 3, 83 | this sacrament after the consecration, is much greater than the ~ 230 3, 83 | unseemingly the priest, after the consecration, ~blesses this sacrament, 231 3, 83 | this sacrament after the consecration. ~Therefore it is not proper 232 3, 83 | short, we may say that the consecration of this sacrament, and the ~ 233 3, 83 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: After the consecration, the priest makes the sign 234 3, 83 | first ~finger, after the consecration, because, with them, he 235 3, 83 | that before or after the ~consecration the priest dies or goes 236 3, 83 | happens that, before the consecration, the ~priest remembers that 237 3, 83 | into the chalice after the consecration. ~Or even that the priest 238 3, 83 | having said the words of consecration, or other words which are 239 3, 83 | grave sickness before ~the consecration of our Lord's body and blood, 240 3, 83 | if this happens after the consecration is ~begun, for instance, 241 3, 83 | consecrated and before the ~consecration of the blood, or even after 242 3, 83 | another priest to finish ~the consecration of the office thus begun. 243 3, 83 | mysteries commenced, unless the consecration be ~completed either by 244 3, 83 | Consequently, if after the consecration has ~been begun the priest 245 3, 83 | above facts previous to the ~consecration, I should deem it safer 246 3, 83 | into the chalice before ~consecration, or if it be discovered 247 3, 83 | wine should be ~served for consecration. But if anything of the 248 3, 83 | the sort happen after the ~consecration, the insect should be caught 249 3, 83 | resume the mass from the consecration of the ~blood, and complete 250 3, 83 | Reply OBJ 4: If before the consecration of the blood, and after 251 3, 83 | the blood, and after the ~consecration of the body the priest detect 252 3, 83 | But if ~after the words of consecration he discover that the water 253 3, 83 | But if after the words of consecration the priest ~perceive that 254 3, 83 | to say only the words of ~consecration of the blood, the proper 255 3, 83 | he were to begin from the consecration of the blood, and ~were 256 3, 83 | something ~connected with the consecration; for so it is impressed 257 3, 83 | namely, the form of the ~consecration, since the form of the consecration 258 3, 83 | consecration, since the form of the consecration is necessary for the ~sacrament, 259 3, 83 | again with the form of the consecration, and ~repeat the other things 260 3, 84 | which consists in the very consecration of the matter, the ~reality 261 3, 84 | matter, the ~reality of the consecration is expressed in the words: " 262 3, 84 | Penance, consists not in the ~consecration of a matter, nor in the 263 Suppl, 8 | of a character, or by the consecration of the matter, neither ~ 264 Suppl, 17| conferred by some kind of ~consecration. Therefore the key is given 265 Suppl, 18| receives more power by his consecration than ~the baptismal water 266 Suppl, 18| does the ~priest, in his consecration, receive the power to cleanse 267 Suppl, 18| the sacrament requires the consecration ~or sanctification of the 268 Suppl, 19| orders, so does the power of ~consecration. But the above cannot lose 269 Suppl, 19| the use of the power of ~consecration, since if they do consecrate 270 Suppl, 22| Reply OBJ 2: The power of consecration results from the power of 271 Suppl, 29| the priest die after the ~consecration of the bread, another priest 272 Suppl, 29| priest can go on with the consecration ~of the wine, beginning 273 Suppl, 29| itself is perfected in the consecration of the oil ~by the bishop. 274 Suppl, 29| sacrament alone consists in the consecration of ~the matter (Q[2], A[ 275 Suppl, 29| 1~Reply OBJ 1: The first consecration sanctifies the matter in 276 Suppl, 29| by a bishop. Because the consecration of the Eucharistic ~elements 277 Suppl, 29| Q[31]). Therefore the ~consecration of the matter does not belong 278 Suppl, 29| sanctified matter, the first consecration of the matter is ~performed 279 Suppl, 29| Eucharist consists in the consecration ~of the matter and not in 280 Suppl, 29| consecrated thing. Hence no ~consecration of the matter by a bishop 281 Suppl, 29| priest can perform that consecration of matter which is a sacrament 282 Suppl, 30| Confirmation, is the unction of ~consecration whereby a man is deputed 283 Suppl, 31| more ~importance than the consecration of the matter, from the 284 Suppl, 31| of efficient cause, ~the consecration of the matter is the more 285 Suppl, 31| active cause: hence the ~consecration of the matter demands a 286 Suppl, 34| Order, is given by ~means of consecration, so is secular authority, 287 Suppl, 34| since by receiving orders a consecration is conferred on ~man by 288 Suppl, 34| 3: Not every blessing or consecration given to men is a ~sacrament, 289 Suppl, 35| whatever he does by way of consecration or absolution ~will be invalid, 290 Suppl, 37| perfection, such as the consecration of priests and ~virgins, 291 Suppl, 37| the Eucharist; and ~this consecration is the sacrament of Order. 292 Suppl, 37| is directed either to the consecration of the Eucharist itself, 293 Suppl, 37| I answer that, Since the consecration conferred in the sacrament 294 Suppl, 37| building, although the ~consecration of a church is directed 295 Suppl, 37| is handed to him. For the consecration of ~a priest is done by 296 Suppl, 37| vestments. ~Therefore the consecration of the priest also is effected 297 Suppl, 37| Vestments require no other consecration except to be set ~aside 298 Suppl, 37| blessing suffices for their ~consecration. But it is different with 299 Suppl, 38| something to do with the ~consecration. Now not only the bishop 300 Suppl, 38| sacred vessels. But the consecration ~of the vessels belongs 301 Suppl, 38| more therefore does the ~consecration of ministers.~Aquin.: SMT 302 Suppl, 38| spiritual power by their ~consecration, as the ordained are. Yet 303 Suppl, 38| of Orders, and, ~by his consecration, appoints the vessels that 304 Suppl, 38| Christ's body, over the consecration of which the Pope's power 305 Suppl, 38| power that is given with a consecration can ~be taken away so long 306 Suppl, 38| remains, any more than the ~consecration itself can be annulled, 307 Suppl, 38| episcopal ~power is conferred by consecration, it must needs endure for 308 Suppl, 38| power is given with that consecration, and ~thus those who receive 309 Suppl, 38| because it is given by consecration.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[38] A[ 310 Suppl, 39| the validity of episcopal consecration. ~Some, however, maintain 311 Suppl, 39| part is expressed in ~their consecration. Hence there is no comparison.~ 312 Suppl, 40| is ~pre-required in the consecration of the altar, vestments,


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