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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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minister

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | natural reason should minister to faith as the natural 2 1, 53 | ministering spirits, sent to minister for ~them who receive the 3 1, 57 | ministering spirits, ~sent to minister for them who shall receive 4 1, 62 | ministering spirits, sent to ~minister for them who shall receive 5 1, 54 | ministering spirits, sent to minister for ~them who receive the 6 1, 58 | ministering spirits, ~sent to minister for them who shall receive 7 1, 63 | ministering spirits, sent to ~minister for them who shall receive 8 1, 107 | ministering spirits, sent to minister to them who shall receive ~ 9 1, 111 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, to minister is the part of an inferior; 10 1, 111 | this is what is meant ~by a minister: for a minister is an intelligent 11 1, 111 | meant ~by a minister: for a minister is an intelligent instrument; 12 1, 111 | actions the angels chiefly minister to ~God, and secondarily 13 1, 111 | ministering spirits, sent to minister" ~[Vulg. 'Are they not all . . . ?'].~ 14 1, 111 | angels, who are sent to minister, assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 111 | which all, even those who minister, are ~said to assist. Hence 16 1, 111 | angels either assist, or minister, according to Dan. ~7:10. 17 1, 111 | that "there are more who ~minister than who assist." This would 18 1, 111 | second hierarchy are sent to minister.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 19 1, 111 | dominations are not sent to minister.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 20 1, 111 | Gregory says that those who ~minister are more numerous than those 21 1, 111 | the number of those who minister is indefinite, and signifies ~ 22 1, 112 | that angels "are sent to minister for ~them who shall receive 23 1, 112 | For angels are "sent to minister for them who shall receive ~ 24 1, 112 | OBJ 1: Angels are sent to minister, and that efficaciously 25 1, 113 | in their ~various offices minister to man's salvation. But 26 1, 113 | tempts thus, he does this as minister of the devil. ~God is said 27 2, 3 | the angel enlightens as a minister, as stated ~in the FP, Q[ 28 2, 102 | confessed himself to be the minister of the Creator of the ~world, 29 2, 18 | sin, it is acting as God's minister, according to Rm. ~13:4, " 30 2, 18 | 13:4, "For he is God's minister, an avenger to execute wrath 31 2, 38 | in vain: for ~he is God's minister, an avenger to execute wrath 32 2, 42 | 1 Tim. 3:10): "Let ~them minister, having no crime."~Aquin.: 33 2, 62 | secular power as "God's minister" lawfully puts ~evil-doers 34 2, 62 | man, but ~the judge whose minister he is.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 35 2, 62 | against the foe, and in the minister of the judge struggling ~ 36 2, 68 | not as man ~but as God's minister: and the sacrament is more 37 2, 74 | as irrational creatures minister to the needs of man. In 38 2, 85 | necessaries of life to those who minister ~the divine worship for 39 2, 86 | author, though man is the minister, ~according to Num. 6:27, " 40 2, 98 | the support of those ~who minister spiritual things in accordance 41 2, 101 | dignity, as being God's minister, and because the honor ~ 42 2, 106 | prince that "he is God's minister, an avenger to execute wrath 43 2, 156 | power to punish "is God's ~minister," as stated in Rm. 13:4.~ 44 2, 170 | instrument acts. And since a minister is like an ~instrument, 45 2, 170 | he is not appointed God's minister to declare ~the truth, since " 46 2, 175 | knowledge, which they cannot minister to others ~except by the 47 2, 177 | on the other hand, they minister to ~any concupiscence whatever, 48 2, 183 | faithful have widows, let him ~minister to them, and let not the 49 2, 185 | s word." Those also who minister to the ~preachers may live 50 2, 185 | also in ~carnal things to minister to them," says, "namely, 51 2, 186 | as an instrument. ~And a minister is like an "animated instrument," 52 2, 186 | some men are willing to minister to the ~faithful by exercising 53 3, 7 | say that Christ Jesus was ~minister of the circumcision." And 54 3, 7 | sufficient grace to be a fit minister and witness of God, to which ~ 55 3, 15 | the exterior things that ~minister to the body. And hence in 56 3, 15 | 8), that exterior goods minister "organically" to beatitude.~ 57 3, 22 | that he [Vulg.: 'they'] may minister to Me in the priest's office." 58 3, 36 | down to us, being "sent to minister." But the stars of heaven 59 3, 38 | Law is not named after the minister thereof, because he does ~ 60 3, 42 | say that Christ . . . was ~minister of the circumcision," i.e. 61 3, 55 | Woman who formerly was the ~minister of death, is the first to 62 3, 59 | ministering spirits, sent to minister for them, who shall ~receive 63 3, 62 | from the action of the ~minister in applying it to a sacramental 64 3, 63 | God's ministers: and a ~minister is a kind of instrument, 65 3, 64 | sacraments?~(8) Whether the minister's intention is necessary 66 3, 64 | Whether God alone, or the minister also, works inwardly unto 67 3, 64 | God alone, but also the minister, works ~inwardly unto the 68 3, 64 | receive it from a good ~minister. Consequently, the interior 69 3, 64 | partly the work of the ~minister and not of God alone.~Aquin.: 70 3, 64 | so far as he ~works as a minister. For a minister is of the 71 3, 64 | works as a minister. For a minister is of the nature of an instrument, ~ 72 3, 64 | of the Church or of the minister, but through the merit of ~ 73 3, 64 | made no ~better by a better minister. And yet something in addition 74 3, 64 | through the devotion of the ~minister: but this is not the work 75 3, 64 | this is not the work of the minister, but the work of God ~Who 76 3, 64 | work of God ~Who hears the minister's prayer.~Aquin.: SMT TP 77 3, 64 | because he works but as a minister. ~Consequently, it follows 78 3, 64 | form be wanting. But the minister required for a sacrament 79 3, 64 | neither shall he approach to minister ~to Him." Therefore it seems 80 3, 64 | Therefore it seems that if the minister be wicked, the sacrament ~ 81 3, 64 | men . . ~. What is a bad minister to thee, where the Lord 82 3, 64 | sacraments, because, in a way, a minister is of the ~nature of an 83 3, 64 | man shows himself ~as a minister of God, by doing works of 84 3, 64 | righteousness ~is required in the minister, that he may be suitable 85 3, 64 | sacrament, receives it from a minister ~of the Church, not because 86 3, 64 | man, but because he is a ~minister of the Church. Consequently, 87 3, 64 | it be his bounden duty to minister sacraments; ~because he 88 3, 64 | repent of his sin and so minister lawfully. But there is ~ 89 3, 64 | sacraments. Because a higher ~minister can do whatever the lower 90 3, 64 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the minister's intention is required 91 3, 64 | OBJ 1: It seems that the minister's intention is not required 92 3, 64 | of a sacrament. For the minister of a sacrament works ~instrumentally. 93 3, 64 | principal agent. ~Therefore the minister's intention is not necessary 94 3, 64 | another. ~Therefore if the minister's intention were required 95 3, 64 | require the intention of the minister.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 96 3, 64 | animate instrument, such as a ~minister, is not only moved, but 97 3, 64 | mental intention of the minister is necessary; in the absence 98 3, 64 | better reason hold that the minister of a ~sacrament acts in 99 3, 64 | the whole Church, whose minister he is; ~while in the words 100 3, 64 | on the part either of the minister or of ~the recipient of 101 3, 64 | intention. Nevertheless, ~the minister of a sacrament should take 102 3, 64 | required of necessity in the minister of a sacrament?~Aquin.: 103 3, 64 | required of necessity in the minister of a ~sacrament. For, as 104 3, 64 | the intention of the minister is ~necessary for the validity 105 3, 64 | Julian iv). Therefore, if the minister is without the true faith, 106 3, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, if a minister of the Church has not the 107 3, 64 | requires of necessity that the minister should have ~the true faith.~ 108 3, 64 | requires of necessity that the minister should have the true ~faith.~ 109 3, 64 | above (A[5]), since the minister works ~instrumentally in 110 3, 64 | does not require ~that the minister should have charity, and 111 3, 64 | above (A[8], ad 2) the ~minister of a sacrament acts in the 112 3, 64 | faith ~any defect in the minister's faith is made good.~Aquin.: 113 3, 64 | a good intention in the ~minister?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 114 3, 64 | a good ~intention in the minister. For the minister's intention 115 3, 64 | in the minister. For the minister's intention should be in ~ 116 3, 64 | a good intention in the minister.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 117 3, 64 | Therefore it ~seems that, if the minister's intention is perverse, 118 3, 64 | to the wickedness of the ~minister. But the wickedness of the 119 3, 64 | But the wickedness of the minister does not annul the ~sacrament: 120 3, 64 | 1/2~I answer that, The minister's intention may be perverted 121 3, 64 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, the minister's intention may be perverted 122 3, 64 | annul the sacrament; but the minister himself sins grievously 123 3, 64 | effect. Consequently, the minister who conforms his intention 124 3, 64 | perverse ~intention of the minister perverts the sacrament in 125 3, 64 | action of Christ, Whose minister he ~is. It is just as if 126 3, 64 | just as if the servant [minister] of some man were to carry ~ 127 3, 65 | conferred by a greater minister. But the sacraments of Confirmation 128 3, 65 | bishop only, who is a greater minister than a ~mere minister such 129 3, 65 | greater minister than a ~mere minister such as a priest, by whom 130 3, 66 | sacrament of Baptism; (2) The minister of this ~sacrament; (3) 131 3, 66 | agent rather than to the ~minister. Now the minister of a sacrament 132 3, 66 | to the ~minister. Now the minister of a sacrament acts as an 133 3, 66 | therefore unbecoming for the minister to say, "I baptize thee": 134 3, 66 | instrumental cause, viz. the minister who ~confers the sacrament 135 3, 66 | form of Baptism. Now the minister is designated by the ~words, " 136 3, 66 | the baptismal form the ~minister should be mentioned as performing 137 3, 66 | act of baptizing to the ~minister, in order to avoid the error 138 3, 66 | action performed by the minister is expressed with the invocation 139 3, 66 | cause as ~compared to the minister, yet it is an instrumental 140 3, 66 | through feebleness of the minister, who cannot hold up the ~ 141 3, 66 | intention of the ~Church's minister, who intends to confer one 142 3, 66 | the sacrament; and the ~minister who is the instrumental 143 3, 67 | conferring a sacrament, but to minister to others, his ~elders, 144 3, 67 | merit and wisdom of the minister have no bearing on the ~ 145 3, 67 | i.e. water; ~and that the minister of Baptism should be anyone, 146 3, 67 | can baptize, as Christ's minister, so can a woman.~Aquin.: 147 3, 67 | Baptism inasmuch as he is ~a minister of the Church. But one that 148 3, 67 | so, on the part of the ~minister, any man is competent. Consequently, 149 3, 67 | form, and ~thus acts as the minister of Christ, Who did not confine 150 3, 67 | contrary to the notion of a ~minister; for a man does not baptize 151 3, 67 | does not baptize save as a minister of Christ, and as ~standing 152 3, 67 | so should ~there be one minister to represent Christ. Hence 153 3, 67 | His work by means of one minister.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 154 3, 68 | directed to the person of the minister, belongs ~to the sacrament 155 3, 68 | the righteousness ~of the minister or of the recipient of Baptism, 156 3, 71 | 1/1~I answer that, The minister compared to the priest, 157 3, 71 | implied in the very ~word "minister." Now the secondary agent 158 3, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The minister's operation in regard to 159 3, 72 | is conferred only by a minister of excellence, as we shall 160 3, 72 | committed ~to a more worthy minister.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 161 3, 73 | sacrament; sixthly, of the minister; seventhly, of the rite.~ 162 3, 78 | form of Baptism both the minister and his act are ~expressed, 163 3, 78 | mention made either of the minister or of his act. ~Therefore 164 3, 78 | be done by God; hence the minister in performing this sacrament 165 3, 78 | pronounced in the ~person of the minister, whether by way of exercising 166 3, 78 | to be understood that the minister does nothing in ~perfecting 167 3, 78 | sacrament of Baptism the minister exercises an act ~regarding 168 3, 82 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MINISTER OF THIS SACRAMENT (TEN ARTICLES)~ 169 3, 82 | proceed to consider the minister of this sacrament: under 170 3, 82 | whether you have chosen a fit minister, to whom ~you have entrusted 171 3, 82 | the other sacraments the minister does not give the ~sacrament 172 3, 82 | his own power, but as the minister of Christ, in Whose ~person 173 3, 82 | not cease to be Christ's minister; because our Lord has good 174 3, 82 | certain that ~he was Christ's minister; yet he was not certain 175 3, 82 | Consequently, a man can be Christ's minister even though he be not one 176 3, 82 | Baptism is conferred by a minister through the power ~of Christ 177 3, 82 | which the priest is the minister; and this ministry ~remains 178 3, 82 | instrumentally, as God's minister, and ~its effect cannot 179 3, 82 | But those who receive or minister unworthily, are deprived ~ 180 3, 82 | is not bound to act as a minister of the ~other sacraments, 181 3, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, the minister of this sacrament is the 182 3, 83 | presumptuously abused: and let no minister or priest presume ever to ~ 183 3, 83 | on to the altar, let the minister suck up the drop, and do ~ 184 3, 83 | might even be drunk by the minister, unless it might be rejected 185 3, 84 | needs to be applied by a minister of the Church, who stands 186 3, 84 | matter ~is not applied by the minister, but by God working inwardly; 187 3, 84 | working inwardly; while the ~minister furnishes the complement 188 3, 84 | sacraments the words of the ~minister do not suffice, unless he 189 3, 84 | use of the ~matter, the minister has to perform some bodily 190 3, 84 | who works as Christ's minister, is the formal and completive 191 3, 90 | to the decision of ~God's minister, and this is done in satisfaction: 192 Suppl, 6 | 2) Its nature; (3) ~Its minister; (4) Its quality; (5) Its 193 Suppl, 6 | sin, a ~man submits to a minister of the Church, that, through 194 Suppl, 6 | of his sins: nor can ~the minister apply a fitting remedy, 195 Suppl, 6 | while the confessor is the minister of ~Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 196 Suppl, 8 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MINISTER OF CONFESSION (SEVEN ARTICLES)~ 197 Suppl, 8 | We must now consider the minister of confession, under which 198 Suppl, 8 | Baptism. ~But any man is the minister of Baptism, on account of 199 Suppl, 8 | Therefore any man is the minister of Penance. Now confession 200 Suppl, 8 | confession should be ~made to the minister of Penance. Therefore it 201 Suppl, 8 | Christ's true body is a minister of the sacraments, wherein 202 Suppl, 8 | none but a priest is the minister of the sacrament: and consequently ~ 203 Suppl, 8 | which should be made to a minister of the Church, ~should be 204 Suppl, 8 | belongs to none but the minister of a sacrament. Since then 205 Suppl, 8 | Since then the proper ~minister of Penance is a priest, 206 Suppl, 8 | sacrament has a twofold minister: ~one whose duty it is to 207 Suppl, 8 | necessity. In like manner the minister of Penance, to whom, in ~ 208 Suppl, 8 | something on ~the part of the minister, viz. the absolution and 209 Suppl, 8 | satisfaction originates from the minister in so far as he enjoins 210 Suppl, 8 | Church reaches man by the minister alone, ~because in that 211 Suppl, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the minister of this sacrament is a priest, 212 Suppl, 8 | sacrament, not only for the minister to be in orders, as in the 213 Suppl, 8 | sanctification pronounced by the minister, so that if a man confess 214 Suppl, 9 | of the priest who is the minister of the sacrament. Wherefore 215 Suppl, 11| conform himself to God, Whose minister he is. ~But God does not 216 Suppl, 11| contrary, A priest alone is the minister of this sacrament. But ~ 217 Suppl, 11| the priest alone is God's minister. Therefore he alone is bound 218 Suppl, 11| confession affects the priest as minister of ~this sacrament: which 219 Suppl, 17| through the keys, is the minister for the remission of sins. 220 Suppl, 17| since both ~belong to the minister by virtue of his office, 221 Suppl, 17| for the priest, who is the minister of the ~Trinity, to have 222 Suppl, 18| has ~not bestowed on the minister the power to co-operate 223 Suppl, 18| matter and as regards the minister, as may be seen in Confirmation, ~ 224 Suppl, 18| Baptism, which has no fixed minister on whom it depends ~necessarily, 225 Suppl, 18| or sanctification of the minister without any sanctification 226 Suppl, 18| sacramental virtue is in the minister, as in ~Penance. Hence the 227 Suppl, 18| consequently the priest acts as a minister. Hence it is clear that 228 Suppl, 18| to God's operation, Whose minister he is. Now God's operation ~ 229 Suppl, 18| acts as the instrument and ~minister of God. Now no instrument 230 Suppl, 19| Further, the wickedness of the minister cannot void the liberality 231 Suppl, 19| priest is no more than a minister. Therefore he cannot ~by 232 Suppl, 19| that which he makes as a minister of the ~Church, is efficacious 233 Suppl, 20| the bishop is the proper minister of the sacrament. The ~second 234 Suppl, 27| his ~punishment from the minister of the Church neither by 235 Suppl, 29| 2) Its effect; (3) Its minister; (4) on whom should it be ~ 236 Suppl, 29| should be performed by one minister. But ~the case might occur 237 Suppl, 29| not be conferred by one ~minister: thus if the priest die 238 Suppl, 29| 1/1~I answer that, The minister of a sacrament produces 239 Suppl, 29| Further, the intention of the minister should be expressed in the ~ 240 Suppl, 29| always ~results from the minister's prayer, even when all 241 Suppl, 29| determine the intention of ~the minister.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 242 Suppl, 31| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MINISTER OF THIS SACRAMENT (THREE 243 Suppl, 31| We must now consider the minister of this sacrament: under 244 Suppl, 31| 1/1~On the contrary, The minister of this sacrament has to 245 Suppl, 32| the personal merit of the ~minister, and the general merits 246 Suppl, 34| although ~the bishop who is the minister of this sacrament has no 247 Suppl, 34| alone, and not from the ~minister who dispenses the sacrament; 248 Suppl, 34| sanctification applied by the ~minister; whereas the efficacy of 249 Suppl, 34| order is received from the ~minister and not from the matter, 250 Suppl, 36| neither ~shall he approach to minister to him [*Vulg.: 'Say to 251 Suppl, 36| Reply OBJ 3: So long as a minister of the Church who is in 252 Suppl, 36| performs an action as a minister of the Church ~while in 253 Suppl, 37| the ministry whereby the ~minister co-operates with the priest 254 Suppl, 37| belongs to the deacon to minister to the priests ~in whatever 255 Suppl, 37| deacon who ~is called a minister: and under this last all 256 Suppl, 37| an act of subdeacons to minister with the cruets. Therefore 257 Suppl, 37| the priest is the proper minister of all those sacraments ~ 258 Suppl, 38| exercise thereof, so as to minister lawfully ~in their Orders, 259 Suppl, 39| receives an Order, is bound ~to minister in that Order. But he cannot 260 Suppl, 40| should be made by the supreme minister, namely the bishop, ~who 261 Suppl, 40| bound. And they are bound to minister to the Church in the Order 262 Suppl, 40| offices. Wherefore each minister of the Church is, in some 263 Suppl, 40| bishop, the priest, and the minister. In ~the text also (Sent. 264 Suppl, 40| sacraments, and not ~as the minister of another man, for which 265 Suppl, 56| God, whose instrument and minister he ~is, he who raises a 266 Suppl, 72| created nature will be able to minister to its Creator ~to this 267 Suppl, 72| a creature employed as a minister, ~that it is ennobled thereby.~ 268 Suppl, 86| is not judge and judge's minister. Now in this ~judgment the


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