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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | the revelation made to the apostles and prophets who wrote the ~ 2 1, 43 | Ghost was given to the ~apostles for the working of miracles. 3 1, 43 | said to be given to the apostles for the ~working of miracles, 4 1, 43 | chiefly by Christ and by the apostles, according to Heb. 2:3, ~" 5 1, 43 | directed to ~Christ, to the apostles, and to some of the early 6 1, 43 | Him" ~(Mt. 17:5). To the apostles the mission was directed 7 1, 57 | the human race, still the apostles knew ~some particulars of 8 1, 57 | now revealed to His holy apostles." Among the prophets ~also, 9 1, 43 | Ghost was given to the ~apostles for the working of miracles. 10 1, 43 | said to be given to the apostles for the ~working of miracles, 11 1, 43 | chiefly by Christ and by the apostles, according to Heb. 2:3, ~" 12 1, 43 | directed to ~Christ, to the apostles, and to some of the early 13 1, 43 | Him" ~(Mt. 17:5). To the apostles the mission was directed 14 1, 58 | the human race, still the apostles knew ~some particulars of 15 1, 58 | now revealed to His holy apostles." Among the prophets ~also, 16 1, 90 | the Lord breathed on His ~Apostles, saying, "Receive ye the 17 1, 104 | the senses; ~as when the Apostles were endowed with knowledge 18 1, 104 | 3: The knowledge of the Apostles, although not manifest in ~ 19 1, 112 | angels of peace" are the apostles ~and preachers who weep 20 1, 116 | appears ~principally of the apostles from Heb. 1:1,2: "Last of 21 1, 116 | Church were fulfilled by the ~apostles, some things concerning 22 1, 116 | from the preaching of ~the apostles the angels learned certain 23 1, 116 | through the preaching of the apostles, the mysteries were realized 24 1, 116 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The apostles were instructed immediately 25 2, 19 | will of those who slew the apostles was evil. And ~yet it was 26 2, 51 | power. Thus ~He gave to the apostles the science of the Scriptures 27 2, 69 | have been ~fulfilled in the apostles. For no words can express 28 2, 102 | loaves signified the twelve apostles, or their ~teaching. Or 29 2, 102 | of ~the Holy Ghost on the apostles. The feast of Trumpets signified 30 2, 102 | signified the ~preaching of the apostles. The feast of Expiation 31 2, 103 | Trumpets, to the feasts of the Apostles: the feast of Expiation, ~ 32 2, 103 | must not believe ~that the apostles committed mortal sin after 33 2, 103 | high" (Lk. ~24:49). But the apostles observed the legal ceremonies 34 2, 103 | Further, the commands of the apostles did not lead men into sin. ~ 35 2, 103 | that after the Passion the apostles never observed the legal 36 2, 103 | seems unbecoming that the apostles, in order to avoid ~scandal, 37 2, 103 | this prohibition of the apostles is not ~to be taken literally, 38 2, 106 | hitherto, especially the apostles ~who "received the firstfruits 39 2, 106 | was ~fulfilled, not in the apostles, but in themselves. In like 40 2, 106 | received the Acts of the Apostles, ~where it is clearly shown 41 2, 106 | promise was fulfilled in the ~apostles: just as Our Lord promised 42 2, 106 | the Holy Ghost taught the apostles all truth in respect of 43 2, 106 | even at the time of the ~apostles, as Chrysostom states (Hom. 44 2, 107 | teaching of Christ and ~the apostles, added very few precepts 45 2, 108 | by the institution of the apostles and seventy-two ~disciples, 46 2, 108 | by His ~institution the apostles healed the sick by anointing 47 2, 108 | OBJ 3: Our Lord gave the apostles those precepts not as ceremonial ~ 48 2, 108 | temporal commands laid upon the apostles for the time ~during which 49 2, 108 | commending the authority of the ~apostles, through whom the teaching 50 2, 108 | which Our Lord gave His apostles (Mt. 10). ~Therefore the 51 2, 1 | delivered to us through ~the apostles, so too, in the Old Testament, 52 2, 1 | declare to thee." Now the apostles ~were most fully instructed 53 2, 1 | now revealed to His holy apostles and prophets."~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 1 | Baptist, or after, like the apostles, had ~a fuller knowledge 55 2, 1 | settled in the symbol of the Apostles. For a ~subsequent symbol 56 2, 1 | explanation of the ~symbol of the Apostles, and was drawn up after 57 2, 1 | other hand the symbol of the Apostles, which ~was drawn up at 58 2, 1 | teaching ~of Christ and the apostles. But since, according to 59 2, 2 | but through Christ and the apostles it was ~shown to the world.~ 60 2, 6 | which ~were revealed to the apostles and prophets, while to some 61 2, 15 | Gospel and in that of the apostles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] A[ 62 2, 23 | have been the case with the apostles before all others. Yet it ~ 63 2, 53 | Acts ~4:34-37) that the Apostles kept the price of the land, 64 2, 53 | read in the Acts of the ~Apostles that they procured the necessary 65 2, 81 | Vigilant. 6): "If ~the apostles and martyrs while yet in 66 2, 85 | commanded by Christ through the Apostles, according to ~Mt. 28:20, " 67 2, 85 | Christ ~nor in that of the apostles is there any mention of 68 2, 86 | that either Christ or the ~Apostles took any vows. Therefore 69 2, 86 | 4] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~The apostles are understood to have vowed 70 2, 86 | the ~institution of the apostles, is given when a man makes 71 2, 93 | incense (Lk. 1:9): and the apostles by drawing ~lots elected 72 2, 93 | Hence, on the Acts of the Apostles, Bede says (Super Act. ~ 73 2, 93 | that he ought, ~after the apostles' example, to consult God 74 2, 93 | him take ~note that the apostles themselves did not do so, 75 2, 95 | conditions. For thus did ~the apostles ask the Lord that signs 76 2, 98 | 19) that "he offered the apostles money" that he might ~buy 77 2, 98 | Magus, besides wishing the apostles to sell him a grace of the 78 2, 106 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: The other apostles were distressed about the 79 2, 142 | we find it said of the ~apostles (Acts 5:41) that "they ( 80 2, 142 | Acts 5:41) that "they (the apostles) went from the presence 81 2, 145 | though they were laws of the apostles." Therefore ~fasting is 82 2, 145 | Lord means to say that the apostles were not to be ~held back 83 2, 145 | prayed before sending ~His apostles?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 84 2, 145 | they were the laws of the apostles."~ 85 2, 148 | read in the Canons of the apostles (Can. xli, xlii): ~"A bishop, 86 2, 152 | their daily life. ~Hence the Apostles forbade these things to 87 2, 159 | now revealed to His holy apostles." In like manner. ~humility 88 2, 169 | 4:11, "And He gave some ~apostles; and some prophets; and 89 2, 171 | such as Solomon or the apostles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[173] A[ 90 2, 171 | quoted above, and of the apostles whose ~understanding our 91 2, 172 | now revealed to His ~holy apostles and prophets in the Spirit." 92 2, 172 | revelation vouchsafed to the apostles, ~concerning the faith in 93 2, 172 | read in the ~Acts of the apostles that Agabus and the four 94 2, 174 | Hebrew tongue." Therefore the apostles did ~not receive the knowledge 95 2, 174 | both Paul and ~the other apostles were divinely instructed 96 2, 174 | day Thou gavest ~Christ's apostles an unwonted gift, a marvel 97 2, 174 | instance ~the Jews deemed the apostles drunk when the latter spoke 98 2, 181 | with the teaching of the ~apostles, the confession of martyrs, 99 2, 181 | 4:11,12): "He gave some apostles, and some ~prophets, and 100 2, 182 | reputation," says: "The apostles decided here to appoint 101 2, 182 | even at the time of the apostles. This is clear ~on the authority 102 2, 182 | which says: "Just as ~the apostles were made bishops, so the 103 2, 183 | our Lord commanded the apostles, whose successors ~bishops 104 2, 183 | bishops take the place of the apostles in the Church, ~according 105 2, 183 | Now our Lord commanded the apostles to ~possess nothing of their 106 2, 183 | for ~himself and the other apostles (Mt. 19:27): "Behold we 107 2, 184 | life began with ~Christ's apostles. Now the apostles do not 108 2, 184 | Christ's apostles. Now the apostles do not appear to have observed ~ 109 2, 185 | who are ~configured to the apostles, to preach, baptize, give 110 2, 185 | imitate ~the life of the apostles, since they profess the 111 2, 185 | of perfection. Now ~the apostles worked with their own hands, 112 2, 185 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: That the apostles worked with their hands 113 2, 185 | order to deprive the false apostles of the ~pretext for preaching, 114 2, 185 | wherefore neither did the other apostles work with their ~hands.~ 115 2, 185 | imitate the perfection ~of the apostles; wherefore the Apostle says ( 116 2, 185 | occasion from the false apostles as he himself says (2 Cor. 117 2, 186 | Christ sent first the twelve apostles to ~preach, as related in 118 2, 186 | things" (Lk. 10:1), "the apostles are represented by ~the 119 2, 186 | does it matter that the apostles were sent to preach ~without 120 2, 186 | holy fathers? ~Why did the apostles thus provide for the needs 121 3, 7 | tongues was bestowed on the apostles, because ~they were sent 122 3, 10 | since, on being asked by the apostles ~(Acts 1:7), He was unwilling 123 3, 15 | dread of death from the Apostles, encouraged them to the 124 3, 21 | through the word" of the apostles, that they "might all be 125 3, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The Apostles, led by the inward instinct 126 3, 27 | express ~terms. And the apostles were in converse with Christ 127 3, 35 | the needy," i.e. of the ~apostles Peter and Paul.~Aquin.: 128 3, 36 | was ~made by Him and His Apostles to the Jews and afterwards 129 3, 36 | shepherds represent the apostles ~and other believers of 130 3, 38 | Indeed, Christ ~forbade the apostles to preach the Gospel to 131 3, 38 | John was ~not less than the apostles, since of him is it written ( 132 3, 38 | who were baptized by the apostles were not ~baptized again, 133 3, 38 | the Lord Jesus": then the apostles - namely, Peter and ~John - " 134 3, 38 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the apostles were baptized with John' 135 3, 38 | from Jn. 1:37. But the ~apostles do not seem to have been 136 3, 38 | hands made over them by the apostles."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 137 3, 38 | imposition of hands by the apostles, just as ~those who are 138 3, 39 | Holy Ghost came down on the apostles in the form, not of a dove, 139 3, 39 | R.O. 4 Para. 5/6~But on the apostles the Holy Ghost descended 140 3, 40 | this is because ~the holy apostles "understood that the kingdom 141 3, 40 | tax ~for Himself and His apostles."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 142 3, 40 | Himself, when sending the ~apostles to preach, said to them ( 143 3, 40 | gold nor ~silver." And the apostles (Acts 6:2) say: "It is not 144 3, 42 | Himself or through His apostles, should be directed at first 145 3, 42 | because He had sent His apostles to the Gentiles and Samaritans."~ 146 3, 42 | by the preaching of the apostles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 147 3, 42 | unwilling to believe what the apostles wrote ~of Christ would have 148 3, 43 | greater ~works' by the apostles: whereas He saith as meaning 149 3, 44 | iv, 41]. Hence "even the apostles are commanded to be silent 150 3, 45 | 2): "He appeared to the Apostles such as He will appear on ~ 151 3, 45 | in ~order to increase the apostles' faith, He gives a sign 152 3, 46 | His death chiefly of the apostles, who were scandalized at 153 3, 51 | by the teaching of the apostles, Christ is ~borne into the 154 3, 55 | With great power did the apostles ~give testimony to the Resurrection 155 3, 55 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The apostles were able to testify to 156 3, 55 | be more suitable for the apostles' instruction ~that He should 157 3, 55 | in the preaching of the apostles unless He prepared the way ~ 158 3, 59 | from the preaching of the apostles. In a fourth way, as to 159 3, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the apostles were God's vicegerents on 160 3, 64 | Therefore it seems that the apostles ~and their successors can 161 3, 64 | intimate tradition of the apostles, according to the saying 162 3, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The apostles and their successors are 163 3, 66 | the same time; thus the apostles on one day baptized three 164 3, 66 | read in the Acts of the Apostles (it ~is all the same, as 165 3, 66 | the ~primitive Church the apostles baptized in the name of 166 3, 66 | begins; for which reason the apostles are said to have ~baptized 167 3, 67 | even take the ~place of the apostles, of whom it is written ( 168 3, 67 | Our Lord enjoined on the apostles, whose place is taken by ~ 169 3, 67 | duty ~of all: wherefore the apostles themselves said (Acts 6: 170 3, 67 | other hand, He entrusted the apostles with the office of baptizing, 171 3, 67 | heavenly guides," i.e. the ~Apostles, "and they decided, that 172 3, 68 | heavenly ~guides," i.e. the Apostles, "approved of infants being 173 3, 72 | neither by Christ, nor by the apostles; but later in the ~course 174 3, 72 | it was instituted by the apostles. But this ~cannot be admitted; 175 3, 72 | with chrism. Moreover, the ~apostles themselves bestowed this 176 3, 72 | written (Acts 8:17) that the apostles ~"laid their hands upon" 177 3, 72 | sacraments, ~bestowed on the apostles the reality of this sacrament, 178 3, 72 | sacrament was displayed to ~the apostles in a sensible manner when 179 3, 72 | for it was ~through the apostles that the grace of the Holy 180 3, 72 | Holy Ghost came down on the apostles in the shape ~of a tongue. 181 3, 72 | odor. because, to wit, the apostles were filled with the Holy 182 3, 72 | like manner, too, when the apostles imposed their hands, and 183 3, 72 | beginning, He came down on the ~apostles: hence Peter said (Acts 184 3, 72 | 1 Para. 3/3~However, the apostles commonly made use of chrism 185 3, 72 | which our ~guides," i.e. the apostles, "call the sacrifice of 186 3, 72 | derived from Christ and ~the apostles. But neither did Christ 187 3, 72 | nor do we read ~of the apostles making use of it. Therefore 188 3, 72 | through the ~ministry of the apostles, under certain visible signs, 189 3, 72 | Christ's command. For the apostles, in ~conferring the sacraments, 190 3, 72 | from the example of the ~apostles, who, before they received 191 3, 72 | it is not related of the apostles that they were ~baptized; 192 3, 72 | as He was given to the ~apostles on the day of Pentecost, 193 3, 72 | by the imposition of the apostles' hands, as ~related in Acts 194 3, 72 | Christian: thus too the apostles after receiving ~the Holy 195 3, 72 | times by others ~than the apostles themselves; nor can it ever 196 3, 72 | Ghost was given by the apostles, in whose place the bishops 197 3, 75 | presence." ~Moreover the apostles were prevented from receiving 198 3, 78 | Church, instructed by the apostles, uses this form.~Aquin.: 199 3, 78 | down to the Church by the apostles, who received them ~from 200 3, 80 | order, leaving this to the apostles, to whom He ~was about to 201 3, 80 | from the Church; for so the apostles have ordained, and ~the 202 3, 81 | Christ's death by one of the apostles, Christ Himself would ~have 203 3, 81 | consecrated by one of the ~apostles, that Christ would not have 204 3, 82 | of some ~Churches, as the apostles supped when Christ supped, 205 3, 82 | Christ baptizing with the apostles when ~He committed to them 206 3, 83 | custom of Christ and the apostles. But the house wherein ~ 207 3, 83 | read (Acts 2:46) that "the apostles were ~continuing daily with 208 3, 83 | as the doctrine of the apostles and of the Gospels.~Aquin.: 209 3, 83 | teachings of the ~prophets and apostles: after this "lesson," the 210 3, 83 | Blessed Virgin, and of the apostles, who laid ~the foundations 211 3, 83 | it by tradition from the ~apostles. For it seems reasonable 212 3, 84 | 10:1; Lk. 9:1). Now the ~apostles, in healing the sick, did 213 3, 84 | power which ~Christ gave His apostles, it seems that they should 214 3, 84 | Power was given to the apostles, not that they themselves ~ 215 3, 84 | healed at the prayer of ~the apostles: whereas power was given 216 3, 84 | read (Acts 8:17) that the apostles "laid their hands upon them, ~ 217 3, 84 | when He said to all the apostles (Jn. 20:13): "Whose ~sins 218 Suppl, 6 | things instituted by the ~apostles, as appears in the matter 219 Suppl, 8 | them, in the person of the ~apostles, to forgive sins, as related 220 Suppl, 8 | imitate the ex. ample of the apostles, may ~preach, baptize, give 221 Suppl, 18| before power was given to the apostles to forgive sins. ~Consequently 222 Suppl, 19| keys is bestowed on the apostles ~(Jn. 20:22,23), the gift 223 Suppl, 20| Jn. 20:23) gave all the apostles in general, the power of 224 Suppl, 29| it was ~instituted by the apostles. Therefore Christ did not 225 Suppl, 29| in the ~successors of the apostles, as the apostles themselves 226 Suppl, 29| of the apostles, as the apostles themselves possessed, cannot ~ 227 Suppl, 29| Extreme Unction. Therefore the apostles did ~not institute it, but 228 Suppl, 29| to be instituted by the apostles; for the reason ~that these 229 Suppl, 29| some to be published by the apostles, such ~as Extreme Unction 230 Suppl, 29| an anointing done by the apostles is mentioned in the Gospel ( 231 Suppl, 29| it was instituted by the apostles because ~its institution 232 Suppl, 29| us by the teaching of the apostles.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 233 Suppl, 29| either by Christ or by the apostles. Therefore this ~sacrament 234 Suppl, 29| down to ~the Church by the apostles, who received them from 235 Suppl, 30| Passion, those whom the ~apostles anointed with oil were healed ( 236 Suppl, 35| 1/1~On the contrary, The apostles received the power of order 237 Suppl, 37| Christ, or at least by His ~apostles. But no mention except of 238 Suppl, 37| teaching of Christ and His apostles. Therefore seemingly there 239 Suppl, 37| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the apostles preached naught else but 240 Suppl, 37| But the teaching of the apostles is entrusted to ~subdeacons 241 Suppl, 37| than as made known by His ~apostles. Wherefore the Gospel is 242 Suppl, 40| are the successors of the apostles. ~Now the power so given 243 Suppl, 40| power so given to one of the apostles, namely Peter (Mt. 16:19), ~ 244 Suppl, 40| was given to all the apostles (Jn. 20:23). Therefore all 245 Suppl, 40| loosing was given to all ~the apostles in common, nevertheless 246 Suppl, 59| Church at the time of the apostles, both Jews ~and Gentiles 247 Suppl, 65| of nature. Wherefore the apostles ~inserted the prohibition 248 Suppl, 66| their institution to the apostles, since the Church ~has the 249 Suppl, 67| Chrysostom] says that even as the apostles permitted ~second marriages, 250 Suppl, 69| sayest that the souls of the apostles and martyrs have taken up ~ 251 Suppl, 69| God? Wouldst thou ~put the apostles in chains, imprison them 252 Suppl, 69| Jerome is speaking of the apostles and martyrs in reference ~ 253 Suppl, 71| was ~established by the apostles themselves according to 254 Suppl, 71| the Saviour and His holy apostles sanctioned a ~commemoration 255 Suppl, 72| following words: "If the apostles and martyrs while ~yet in 256 Suppl, 74| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the apostles were more cognizant of God' 257 Suppl, 74| for this reason when the apostles ~asked Him about this, Christ 258 Suppl, 74| He refused ~to tell the apostles, He will not reveal to others: 259 Suppl, 85| that even the days of the ~apostles were called the last days ( 260 Suppl, 86| promised to none but the twelve apostles ~(Mt. 19:28): "You shall 261 Suppl, 86| voluntarily poor are not all apostles, it would seem that ~the 262 Suppl, 86| He spoke to the twelve apostles in whose person ~he made


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