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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 15 | an idea has this twofold ~office, as it exists in the mind 2 1, 24 | they who are chosen for any office should be inscribed in a 3 1, 43 | tongues ~to show forth the office of teaching; whence it is 4 1, 43 | tongues ~to show forth the office of teaching; whence it is 5 1, 91 | a person unfit for that office; ~hence near relations are 6 1, 95 | sense even he who has the office of ~governing and directing 7 1, 107 | belongs to one angelic ~office can be done sufficiently 8 1, 107 | does what belongs to the office of the sun, as the angel ~ 9 1, 107 | that each angel has his own office and his own order among ~ 10 1, 107 | each ~angel has his own office and order, is hidden from 11 1, 107 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, to the office of the angelic orders it 12 1, 107 | consummation as regards their office of leading others to their ~ 13 1, 109 | the angels whose proper office it is to preside over the 14 1, 112 | But it is not a greater office to keep one man more than 15 1, 112 | low." Thus it is a greater office to guard one man than ~another.~ 16 1, 112 | inferior angels exercise the office of the superior, ~as they 17 1, 113 | that is, the ~devil, whose office it is to tempt."~Aquin.: 18 1, 113 | is said to be his proper office to tempt: for ~thought at 19 2, 61 | men admire, viz. power and office." Therefore there are no ~" 20 2, 102 | of ~incense signified the office of the priest, whose duty 21 2, 104 | sovereign and relating to his office, and about the ~respect 22 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 4: The priestly office was bequeathed by succession 23 2, 105 | very rich, and if their office involved much work ~and 24 2, 2 | to each one's state and office.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[7] 25 2, 15 | that thou shalt not do the office of priesthood to Me." Now ~ 26 2, 15 | bound up with the ~priestly office that being charged with 27 2, 15 | that being charged with the office implies being charged ~to 28 2, 15 | bound up with the kingly office, because a king is ~placed 29 2, 48 | which is part of ~the kingly office, needs the guidance of prudence. 30 2, 55 | that a man, who has the office of exercising ~justice, 31 2, 55 | respect of his particular office.~ 32 2, 60 | obliged, in virtue of his office, to do so: as in the case 33 2, 62 | whosoever lawfully accepts an office, may lawfully ~exercise 34 2, 62 | exercise the functions of that office. Now it belongs to the princely ~ 35 2, 62 | belongs to the princely ~office to slay evildoers, as stated 36 2, 62 | Ecclesiastical prelates accept the office of earthly ~princes, not 37 2, 62 | soldier, exercise a public office, so that one does it ~not 38 2, 66 | proceed, in virtue ~of her office, to the correction of the 39 2, 67 | hinders in the exercise of his office, ~and on his adversary, 40 2, 69 | prohibited from exercising the ~office of advocate?~(3) Whether 41 2, 69 | certain persons from the ~office of advocate?~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 69 | certain persons from ~the office of advocate. For no man 43 2, 69 | should be debarred from this office.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 44 2, 69 | should be debarred ~from the office of advocate, on account 45 2, 69 | persons are debarred from the office of advocate.~Aquin.: SMT 46 2, 69 | some are debarred from the office of ~advocate because it 47 2, 69 | becomingness of exercising this office is removed in ~two ways. 48 2, 69 | because they are above such an office; and others because they 49 2, 89 | duty it is to recite the office in church: God is to be 50 2, 95 | things by His ~mere word." [*Office of St. Agatha, eighth Responsory ( 51 2, 98 | superior, in virtue of his office, can cause these ~exchanges 52 2, 98 | the Church, but also an office ~of nature. Consequently 53 2, 98 | Matrimony ~considered as an office of nature, but unlawful 54 2, 98 | praises in ~the ecclesiastical office, and make processions: and 55 2, 98 | by celebrating the divine office whether for the living or ~ 56 2, 98 | bound by ~virtue of his office to exercise the power entrusted 57 2, 98 | duty ~arising out of the office he has accepted), but a 58 2, 98 | so bound by virtue of his office, this would amount to a 59 2, 98 | exercised the ~priestly office), and the right to receive 60 2, 98 | those who hold a clerical ~office. Hence such things can by 61 2, 108 | truth by virtue of their office in judging or ~teaching, 62 2, 113 | shall be degraded from his office." Now such a punishment 63 2, 121 | been valiant in battle. [*Office of Martyrs, ex. Heb. ~xi. 64 2, 122 | the Church reads in the office of Martyrs: ~They "became 65 2, 131 | who were worthy of the office God chose ~them for, which 66 2, 131 | Jeremias were worthy of the office to which they ~were appointed 67 2, 145 | before the celebration of the office of Vespers," ~which in the 68 2, 167 | the excellence of ~their office or of the Divine worship: 69 2, 181 | members have not the same office, so we being many are one 70 2, 181 | whence we have the word "office" (as stated above), denotes ~ 71 2, 181 | teacher is said to have an office, and ~so is a judge, and 72 2, 181 | vi, 19) that ~"to have an office is to be officious," i.e. 73 2, 181 | he attains thereby both office and grade, and sometimes, ~ 74 2, 182 | culminating in Jesus, so each office ~culminates in its respective 75 2, 182 | bishop, so the ~pastoral office does not belong to them 76 2, 182 | should say that they have an office pertaining to ~perfection 77 2, 182 | active life desired the ~office of preaching, whereas Jeremias, 78 2, 182 | please, in the priestly office, or in the monastic solitude, ~ 79 2, 182 | onerous, so perilous as the ~office of bishop, priest, or deacon; 80 2, 182 | monastic state to a ~priestly office with a cure attached, as 81 2, 182 | lead a good life in the ~office of parish priest or archdeacon 82 2, 182 | their order, and their office. It belongs to their state ~ 83 2, 182 | priests or deacons, ~to their office that they have the cure 84 2, 182 | having the cure of souls by office, as many ~monks and canons 85 2, 182 | the former in state and office, but agree in order, such 86 2, 182 | state, less excellent in ~office, and equal in order.~Aquin.: 87 2, 182 | preeminence of state or ~of office; and here, seemingly, we 88 2, 182 | religious state surpasses the office of parish ~priest or archdeacon, 89 2, 182 | religious state with their office is like the ~comparisons 90 2, 182 | in religion, and in the office of one having the cure of 91 2, 182 | would prefer the priestly office ~to the monastic solitude," 92 2, 182 | not hitherto, namely the office of the cure, yet they do 93 2, 183 | is lawful to desire the office of a bishop?~(2) Whether 94 2, 183 | is lawful to refuse the office of bishop definitively?~( 95 2, 183 | chosen for the episcopal office?~(4) Whether a bishop may 96 2, 183 | appointed to the episcopal office are ~bound to religious 97 2, 183 | is lawful to desire the office of a bishop?~Aquin.: SMT 98 2, 183 | is lawful to desire the office of a bishop. ~For the Apostle 99 2, 183 | If a man ~desire'] the office of a bishop, he desireth 100 2, 183 | praiseworthy to desire the office of a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT 101 2, 183 | knowledge, for the episcopal office, would seem to hide up the 102 2, 183 | accepting the episcopal ~office he enters the state of a 103 2, 183 | praiseworthy to desire the office of a bishop, and blameworthy ~ 104 2, 183 | offered himself for the office of preacher, which belongs 105 2, 183 | praiseworthy to desire the office of ~a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT 106 2, 183 | considered in the episcopal office. ~One is principal and final, 107 2, 183 | to desire the episcopal office on ~account of these incidental 108 2, 183 | to desire the episcopal office. Hence our Lord reproved ~ 109 2, 183 | praiseworthy to ~seek the office of a bishop when it was 110 2, 183 | commendably ~desired the office of preacher."~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 183 | should happen to be in that office, or to be worthy of doing ~ 112 2, 183 | desired in the ~episcopal office, save the good work. Wherefore 113 2, 183 | Whoever desireth the office of ~bishop, desireth a good 114 2, 183 | committing the ~pastoral office to him, whereas perfection 115 2, 183 | neither in virtue of his office nor of his superior's command; ~ 116 2, 183 | to do so in virtue of his office, or obstinately refuses ~ 117 2, 183 | obstinately refuses ~to accept the office when it is imposed on him. 118 2, 183 | is safer to decline the office of preacher."~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 183 | active ~life, desired the office of preaching, whereas Jeremias 120 2, 183 | absolutely the episcopal office.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 121 2, 183 | however urgently the episcopal office be ~enjoined him, he ought 122 2, 183 | sin, refuse the episcopal office absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT 123 2, 183 | acceptance of the ~episcopal office: first, what a man may fittingly 124 2, 183 | definitively refuse the aforesaid office of government in direct ~ 125 2, 183 | the burden of the pastoral office be imposed, we must not ~ 126 2, 183 | who is appointed to the ~office of prelate perceive something 127 2, 183 | that makes the pastoral office unlawful to him, yet the ~ 128 2, 183 | to accept the ~episcopal office, but it becomes necessary 129 2, 183 | to ~accept the bishop's office, and by this intend to bind 130 2, 183 | not to seek ~the episcopal office, nor to accept it except 131 2, 183 | to commit the pastoral ~office to Peter, asked him if he 132 2, 183 | appointed to the episcopal office except he be ~better than 133 2, 183 | a man for the episcopal office, something ~has to be considered 134 2, 183 | unlawful for him to take up the office of prelate. Hence although 135 2, 183 | being more fitted for the office of ~governing, who does 136 2, 183 | pertain to ~the episcopal office: and this power would seemingly 137 2, 183 | upon himself the episcopal office.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 138 2, 183 | deposed from the episcopal office for some sin, and confined 139 2, 183 | from the execution of his office, ~except perhaps for the 140 2, 183 | to fulfil the pastoral ~office for the sake of the salvation 141 2, 183 | indeed does the pastoral office, to which they bind ~themselves, 142 2, 183 | obstacle to the episcopal office, are a ~safeguard of perfection, 143 2, 183 | incompatible with the episcopal office, for instance solitude, ~ 144 2, 183 | to exercise the episcopal office. For the rest ~he may dispense 145 2, 183 | needs of his person ~or office, and the manner of life 146 2, 183 | incompatible with the episcopal office, as stated above.~Aquin.: 147 2, 185 | exceed the bounds of one's office or ~transgress the ordinance 148 2, 185 | power and the duty of our office, be it lawful to monk priests 149 2, 185 | the power of the ~priestly office, and that they cannot confer 150 2, 185 | on them in the priestly ~office. But they are altogether 151 2, 185 | preach in virtue of their office, ~but religious may be competent 152 2, 186 | to 1 Cor. 9. If then the office of ~preaching be committed 153 2, 186 | wage war by virtue of their office, ~as stated above (A[3], 154 2, 186 | belong by virtue of their office. ~Consequently to assist 155 2, 186 | assist the ~bishops in their office. For we do not read that 156 2, 186 | speaking of bishops to whose office these acts ~belong, says: " 157 2, 187 | becomes by virtue of their office to preach and hear ~confessions. 158 3, 2 | Christ, "was assumed ~for the office of an instrument, but as 159 3, 2 | the Lord of all" [*Little Office of B. V. M., Dominican Rite, 160 3, 7 | all that belongs to his office or state, as the Apostle 161 3, 7 | witness of God, to which ~office he had been called. And 162 3, 22 | minister to Me in the priest's office." But ~Christ is the giver 163 3, 22 | 1/1~I answer that, The office proper to a priest is to 164 3, 22 | belongs to the ~priest's office to pray for the people, 165 3, 22 | anathema." But the priest's office consists ~principally in 166 3, 22 | it is not their ~proper office, for it is befitting to 167 3, 22 | no redemption in hell" (Office of the Dead, Resp. vii). ~ 168 3, 22 | answer that, In the priestly office, we may consider two things: ~ 169 3, 26 | Further, it belongs to the office of Mediator to beseech one 170 3, 26 | Properly speaking, the office of a mediator is to join ~ 171 3, 26 | Moreover, they fulfill the office of mediator, not indeed 172 3, 26 | one substance; lest, the office of ~Mediator being denied, 173 3, 27 | chooses for ~some particular office, that they are rendered 174 3, 27 | made her worthy ~of that office, according to the words 175 3, 28 | Sacrarium Spiritus Sancti" (Office of B. M. V., Ant. ~ad Benedictus, 176 3, 30 | this name ~agrees with his office: for "Gabriel means 'Power 177 3, 31 | giving prominence to the office of the priest in ~expiating 178 3, 36 | by reason of their very office, come ~down to us, being " 179 3, 38 | being consistent with his office of ~precursor, as he had 180 3, 38 | baptized, he confirmed his office by the ~authority of Scripture, 181 3, 38 | was a commendation of his office, because, as ~Chrysostom 182 3, 41 | no one should take up the office of preacher ~unless he be 183 3, 41 | before ~passing on to the office of preaching, according 184 3, 44 | prerogative of the apostolic office. Nor was ~it fitting that 185 3, 49 | there is no redemption" [*Office of ~the Dead, Resp. vii]. 186 3, 55 | again, because it was their office to bear witness to the ~ 187 3, 55 | was no part of Christ's office to ~void the merit of faith. 188 3, 56 | the Divine power whose ~office it is to quicken the dead; 189 3, 64 | when by reason of their office it is ~their bounden duty 190 3, 64 | simply, if by ~reason of his office it be his bounden duty to 191 3, 67 | Hier. v) ~that a deacon's office involves power over the 192 3, 67 | the Gospel, is ~the proper office of a bishop, whose action 193 3, 67 | does not follow that the office of baptizing belongs to ~ 194 3, 67 | is part of the priestly office, or proper to that of ~bishops?~ 195 3, 67 | not part of the priestly office, but ~proper to that of 196 3, 67 | perfect," belongs to the office of ~bishop, as Dionysius 197 3, 67 | belongs to the episcopal office.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 198 3, 67 | other than the ~princely office. Now the bishops hold the 199 3, 67 | belongs exclusively to the office of bishops. ~Aquin.: SMT 200 3, 67 | exclusively to the episcopal office.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 201 3, 67 | priesthood, so it is the proper office of a priest to baptize: 202 3, 67 | entrusted the apostles with the office of baptizing, to be ~exercised 203 3, 67 | only by a priest, whose office it is to ~baptize solemnly.~ 204 3, 67 | is part of ~the priestly office. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 205 3, 67 | needed to undertake the office ~of nurse and tutor by forming 206 3, 71 | baptized. For it belongs to the office of ~ministers to operate 207 3, 71 | exorcize do not belong to ~the office of the priests, but rather 208 3, 71 | belongs not to the ~priestly office to catechize and exorcize.~ 209 3, 71 | Now this belongs to the office of a bishop, as ~Dionysius 210 3, 71 | belong to the ~priestly office.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 211 3, 71 | officio," in virtue of their ~office.~ 212 3, 72 | priest, in virtue of his office, can give the sacrament ~ 213 3, 82 | said to the blessed Sixtus (Office of St. Lawrence, ~Resp. 214 3, 82 | of any other ~ministerial office, for we allow them to confer 215 3, 82 | Because, as it is the priest's office to ~consecrate the Eucharist, 216 3, 83 | account of ~the length of the office, and also because orders 217 3, 83 | as belong to his personal office, "that he ~may offer up 218 3, 83 | the consecration of the office thus begun. For nothing 219 3, 86 | perfected by the priestly office of binding and loosing, 220 3, 89 | come near to Me, to do the office of ~priest": and as laid 221 Suppl, 8 | baptize, in virtue of his office, viz. the ~priest, and another, 222 Suppl, 8 | whom, in ~virtue of his office, confession should be made, 223 Suppl, 8 | exercise the ~episcopal office in another diocese. Therefore 224 Suppl, 11| the prior to resign his office, and if the latter refuse, 225 Suppl, 17| minister by virtue of his office, but in comparison with ~ 226 Suppl, 20| should exercise the priestly office, unless he be free ~from 227 Suppl, 31| deacon in virtue of his office: and ~so he cannot confer 228 Suppl, 31| do so in virtue of their office. Nor are deacons ~competent 229 Suppl, 31| baptize in virtue of their office.~~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[31] A[ 230 Suppl, 31| Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v), the office of ~perfecting belongs to 231 Suppl, 34| lower in merit, not in ~office; and orders are a kind of 232 Suppl, 34| and orders are a kind of office.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] A[ 233 Suppl, 34| Because by this sacrament an office or the power to do ~something 234 Suppl, 34| other ~sacraments no such office or power to act is conferred, 235 Suppl, 36| that a man exercise the ~office of an Order, it is necessary 236 Suppl, 36| less, ~according as his office is of a greater or lesser 237 Suppl, 36| proportion to the Order or ~office to be enjoined, so as to 238 Suppl, 36| since, by virtue of his office, he is bound to ~exercise 239 Suppl, 36| anyone who exercises a sacred office in mortal sin, without doubt 240 Suppl, 36| renounce his sin, or resign his office whereby he was ~bound to 241 Suppl, 36| in the exercise of their ~office they sin mortally. It would 242 Suppl, 37| Cf. Q[40], A[5]] and ~the office of psalmist are included, 243 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The office of psalmist is not an Order, 244 Suppl, 37| is not an Order, but an office ~annexed to an Order. For 245 Suppl, 37| however, it is a particular office, it is sometimes reckoned 246 Suppl, 37| do this by virtue ~of his office, although others may do 247 Suppl, 37| even though these have no office to that effect: ~just as 248 Suppl, 37| Confirmation there is not given the office of exercising ~an act on 249 Suppl, 38| are confirmed receive the office, as it were, of confessing 250 Suppl, 38| does not place a man in an office as does the sacrament of ~ 251 Suppl, 39| receiving ~Orders. For the office of prophet is greater than 252 Suppl, 39| prophet is greater than the office of priest, ~since a prophet 253 Suppl, 39| God and people. Now the office of prophet was sometimes ~ 254 Suppl, 39| Kgs. 22:14. Therefore the ~office of priest also may be competent 255 Suppl, 39| Orders originated with the ~office of the Levites, as stated 256 Suppl, 39| judge; and he who has the office would sin if he did not ~ 257 Suppl, 40| is given even outside the office of the Mass. ~Therefore 258 Suppl, 40| to be deputed to such an office; and this is done by the ~ 259 Suppl, 40| ministries requires that in each ~office there should be one person 260 Suppl, 40| may be considered as an office in ~relation to certain 261 Suppl, 41| MATRIMONY AS DIRECTED TO AN OFFICE OF NATURE (FOUR ~ARTICLES)~ 262 Suppl, 41| it (1) as ~directed to an office of nature; (2) as a sacrament; ( 263 Suppl, 41| that one person chooses one office such as husbandry, and ~ 264 Suppl, 42| intended to fulfill an office of nature as regards the 265 Suppl, 42| directed to ~fulfill an office of society.~Aquin.: SMT 266 Suppl, 42| but is ~chiefly for an office of nature; and thus it was 267 Suppl, 44| required by the marital office, all of which ~could not 268 Suppl, 45| as it is directed to an office of nature and of civil life, 269 Suppl, 47| spiritual marriage is a kind of office for dispensing the public 270 Suppl, 49| instituted as a remedy and as an office, ~as stated above (Q[42], 271 Suppl, 49| it is ~instituted as an office, since then it would also 272 Suppl, 49| marriage is intended as an office ~or as a remedy it has the 273 Suppl, 49| by which it fulfills the office and affords a remedy to ~ 274 Suppl, 49| is instituted both as an office of nature and ~as a sacrament 275 Suppl, 49| sacrament of the Church. As an office of nature it is directed 276 Suppl, 49| sacred thing, but also as an office of ~nature. Hence the sacramental 277 Suppl, 49| matrimony as directed to an office of human nature, whereas " 278 Suppl, 49| other two belong to it as an office of nature; and a perfection ~ 279 Suppl, 50| bound on account of the office he has undertaken ~to fulfill - 280 Suppl, 50| marriage as fulfilling an office of nature is established 281 Suppl, 50| Divine law; as fulfilling an office of ~society, by the civil 282 Suppl, 53| when ~they exercise their office. Therefore neither may they 283 Suppl, 54| sacrament but also fulfills an ~office; wherefore it is more subject 284 Suppl, 56| and it is part of his office ~to instruct the child. 285 Suppl, 58| befit them as fulfilling an office of nature.~Aquin.: SMT XP 286 Suppl, 59| since marriage ~fulfills an office of nature whose dictate 287 Suppl, 59| Now marriage belongs to an office of nature, which ~precedes 288 Suppl, 59| sacrament, but also ~as an office of nature. And therefore, 289 Suppl, 59| to them as fulfilling an ~office of nature. And yet even 290 Suppl, 59| as marriage fulfills an office of nature. Now ~those things 291 Suppl, 59| marriage as fulfilling an ~office of nature, more directly 292 Suppl, 60| deputed to this by ~their office. Now the husband is not 293 Suppl, 61| merely as fulfilling an office ~of nature: whereas the 294 Suppl, 62| is bound by virtue of his office first of all to ~admonish 295 Suppl, 64| especially as fulfilling an ~office of nature. Wherefore in 296 Suppl, 67| so far ~as it fulfills an office of nature that is directed 297 Suppl, 67| marriage as fulfilling an office of nature, it belongs to 298 Suppl, 69| have allotted to them the office of presiding over ~men, 299 Suppl, 69| there is no redemption [*Office of the Dead, ~Resp. vii]. 300 Suppl, 69| a place ~befitting their office, in so far as they are appointed 301 Suppl, 71| no redemption ~in hell" [*Office of the Dead, Resp. vii], 302 Suppl, 71| 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: In the office of the Mass there is not 303 Suppl, 71| aid to salvation, but an office of ~humanity."~Aquin.: SMT 304 Suppl, 72| Consequently the proper office of the ~virtues is seemingly 305 Suppl, 72| will no longer fulfill the office of guardians.~Aquin.: SMT 306 Suppl, 92| inasmuch ~as He fulfills an office distinct from all others, 307 Suppl, 93| receive a double crown" [*Office of S. Lucy; lect. vi of 308 Suppl, 93| teach by virtue of ~their office. but it is due to all whosoever 309 Suppl, 93| although they have the office of preaching, ~unless they


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