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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hands

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1 1, 19 | God willed man to ~have hands to serve his intellect by 2 1, 21 | it is due to man ~to have hands, and that other animals 3 1, 21 | instance, that to possess hands is due to man on account 4 1, 76 | several things with his two hands, there ~will be one who 5 1, 76 | nature his reason and ~his hands, which are "the organs of 6 1, 75 | several things with his two hands, there ~will be one who 7 1, 75 | nature his reason and ~his hands, which are "the organs of 8 1, 90 | these, he has reason and hands whereby he can make himself 9 1, 90 | he would need to use his hands as fore-feet; and thus ~ 10 1, 90 | ground, and he used his hands as fore-feet, he ~would 11 1, 90 | 101:26), "The work of Thy ~hands is the heaven," and elsewhere ( 12 1, 90 | elsewhere (Ps. 94:5), "His hands laid down the ~dry land"; 13 1, 111 | architect does not put his hands to the production of his ~ 14 2, 5 | because it gave him reason and hands, with which he is able to ~ 15 2, 21 | evil; for the reward of his hands shall be given him."~Aquin.: 16 2, 44 | same reason the arms and ~hands tremble. Or else because 17 2, 44 | Strengthen ye the feeble hands, and confirm the trembling [ 18 2, 54 | take the limbs, i.e. the hands, ~feet, and so on, the disposition 19 2, 69 | rendering what ~is due, lay hands on what is not theirs, that 20 2, 93 | under-crafts-men, who work with their hands. Since then the eternal 21 2, 93 | that he should have a soul, hands, or ~feet. Accordingly all 22 2, 95 | viz. his reason ~and his hands; but he has not the full 23 2, 102 | dwelleth not in temples made by hands." It was ~therefore unfitting 24 2, 102 | sacrifices to God ~by the hands of the priest could be present 25 2, 102 | priests might wash their hands and feet before entering ~ 26 2, 102 | Levites, the washing ~of hands and feet and the shaving 27 2, 102 | holding staves in your ~hands, and you shall eat in haste": 28 2, 102 | they were to hold in their hands denoted pastoral authority: 29 2, 102 | Christ was delivered into the hands of ~the priests to be slain. 30 2, 102 | children of Israel through the hands of the high-priest, who 31 2, 102 | were consecrated on the hands only, which were ~to be 32 2, 102 | shoulder were placed on their ~hands, to show that they received 33 2, 102 | God "as a sign" on ~their hands; and that they should "write 34 2, 102 | should be bound in ~their hands, i.e. in their works; and 35 2, 105 | happen to come into the hands of a few: so ~that it might 36 2, 105 | and they die under his hands . . . if the party remain 37 2, 15 | those things we hold in our hands, or ~by sight, as those 38 2, 38 | counsel war should be ~in the hands of those who hold the supreme 39 2, 38 | weal from suffering at the hands of the ~foe. Now this seems 40 2, 39 | the deed be done by ~the hands. But in him who defends 41 2, 60 | Church, it reverts into his ~hands, since he is the guardian 42 2, 60 | property. First by laying hands on Church property which 43 2, 60 | Thirdly, a prelate may lay hands ~on Church property, merely 44 2, 60 | having passed into another's hands. ~Therefore it should be 45 2, 62 | them to slay with their own hands.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 46 2, 62 | rather than to fall into the hands ~of the wicked, and to suffer 47 2, 64 | by the thief, ~by laying hands on another's property secretly 48 2, 76 | Blessed is he that shaketh his hands from all bribes [*Vulg.: ' 49 2, 76 | He that shaketh his ~hands from all bribes.']." Now 50 2, 81 | heart, or ~extending the hands, so as to be seen by many. 51 2, 85 | that they ~fall into the hands of the laity.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 85 | cultivate even ~with their own hands [*Cap. Ex parte, and Cap. 53 2, 86 | children of Ammon into my hands, whosoever shall first come 54 2, 93 | 16, "My lots are in Thy hands," ~says: "It is not wrong 55 2, 106 | were delivered into ~the hands of their enemies for the 56 2, 160 | forthwith delivers it into the hands of its lieutenants the seven ~ 57 2, 167 | afterwards he adds: "They lay hands on God, when they ~strive 58 2, 178 | meditated upon the works of Thy hands: I ~stretched forth my hands 59 2, 178 | hands: I ~stretched forth my hands to Thee."~Aquin.: SMT SS 60 2, 182 | by ~the imposition of my hands," which the gloss ascribes 61 2, 183 | unlawful for anyone to lay hands on himself. If a man take 62 2, 184 | and they strengthened the hands of ~the wicked, that no 63 2, 185 | 11, "Work with your ~own hands as we commanded you"; wherefore 64 2, 185 | who work not with their hands. Secondly, as to the ~divine 65 2, 185 | while working with their hands they can ~easily sing hymns 66 2, 185 | work with the labor of your hands, so as to have ~wherewith 67 2, 185 | through the labor of their hands.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 68 2, 185 | apostles worked with their own hands, according to 1 Cor. 4:12: " 69 2, 185 | labor, working with our own hands." Therefore it would seem 70 2, 185 | shalt eat the labors of thy hands." Secondly, it ~is directed 71 2, 185 | labor, working with his hands the thing which is good, ~ 72 2, 185 | is bound to work with his hands, whatever his condition 73 2, 185 | bound to work with one's hands. The same applies to those 74 2, 185 | labor, working with his hands." Secondly, to avoid the 75 2, 185 | 11): "Work with ~your own hands, as we commanded you, and 76 2, 185 | livelihood, ~whether by using his hands, his feet, or his tongue. 77 2, 185 | nature ~has provided man with hands instead of arms and clothes, 78 2, 185 | in order that with his hands he may obtain ~these and 79 2, 185 | that works not with his hands, ~because those precepts 80 2, 185 | of God to work with their hands, on ~account of our Lord' 81 2, 185 | bound to work with their hands, if they have other means 82 2, 185 | while working with their hands; ~like the craftsmen who 83 2, 185 | without withdrawing ~their hands from their work," it is 84 2, 185 | bound to work with ~their hands, when they have no other 85 2, 185 | apostles worked with their hands was sometimes a ~matter 86 2, 185 | labor, working with our own hands," adds, ~"because no man 87 2, 185 | apostles work with their ~hands.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 88 2, 185 | themselves by the work of their hands. Therefore ~it would seem 89 2, 185 | live by the labor of his hands. Therefore religious may 90 2, 185 | without working with their hands, and yet without doubt ~ 91 2, 185 | living by working with their hands. ~Secondly, because that 92 2, 185 | servants who ~work with their hands without a supply of necessaries, 93 2, 185 | unwont to work with ~their hands: wherefore Augustine says ( 94 2, 185 | if they work with their hands, but if they be unwilling, ~ 95 2, 185 | work with ~your own hands as we commanded you, and 96 2, 185 | omitting to work with one's hands.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 97 2, 185 | breast, or casting up his ~hands," because the very strangeness 98 2, 186 | holy books that are in our hands." ~It also helps to teach 99 2, 187 | bears us as it were in her hands and feeds us with milk, 100 2, 187 | Saturday are ~borne in the hands of the Church as it were 101 2, 187 | renounced his benefice in the hands of a ~notary; and when he 102 2, 187 | free to ~renounce in the hands of the bishop the cure entrusted 103 2, 187 | and embrace me, her holy ~hands full of multitudes of good 104 3, 15 | could not suffer at ~the hands of any creature; and hence 105 3, 15 | not ~have suffered at the hands of anything.~Aquin.: SMT 106 3, 17 | constituted there accrued to him hands or feet ~or eyes, as happened 107 3, 19 | feet, the other through the hands. And ~because it is the 108 3, 21 | might not drink it at the hands of ~the Jews; what He besought 109 3, 38 | without ~often washing their hands . . . and when they come 110 3, 38 | received the imposition of hands; for it is ~written (Acts 111 3, 38 | and ~John - "laid their hands upon them, and they received 112 3, 38 | Ghost by the ~imposition of hands made over them by the apostles."~ 113 3, 38 | Ghost by the imposition of hands, ~but they had to be baptized 114 3, 38 | received the imposition of hands by the apostles, just as ~ 115 3, 42 | command they, being His hands, as it ~were, wrote whatever 116 3, 44 | upon his eyes, ~laying His hands on him, He asked him if 117 3, 44 | that again He laid ~His hands upon his eyes, and he began 118 3, 44 | Lk. 4:40, "He, laying His hands on every one of them, ~healed 119 3, 44 | upon his ~eyes, laying His hands on him," etc., Chrysostom [* 120 3, 44 | says: "He spat and laid His hands upon the blind man, wishing 121 3, 44 | harvests, thence in His hands He multiplied the five loaves": ~ 122 3, 45 | escaped unhurt from the hands of the Jews who wished to 123 3, 46 | dies with ~outstretched hands in order to draw with one 124 3, 46 | to ~good works, since the hands are stretched out upon it. 125 3, 46 | piercing thorns; in His hands and ~feet, from the fastening 126 3, 46 | sensitive ~parts - to wit, the hands and feet; moreover, the 127 3, 46 | given My dear soul into the hands of her enemies."~Aquin.: 128 3, 46 | as all things are in His hands, so are all places: and 129 3, 47 | He should suffer at the hands of the ~Gentiles, or rather 130 3, 47 | Christ to suffer at the hands of the Gentiles?~Aquin.: 131 3, 47 | Christ should suffer at the hands of ~the Gentiles. For since 132 3, 47 | to be fulfilled at the hands of the Gentiles.~Aquin.: 133 3, 47 | Christ should suffer, at the ~hands not of the Gentiles, but 134 3, 47 | begin His sufferings at ~the hands of the Jews, and, after 135 3, 47 | finish His ~Passion at the hands of the Gentiles.~Aquin.: 136 3, 47 | penalty for daring to lay ~his hands on God the Word Himself." 137 3, 47 | the Gentiles, by ~whose hands He was crucified, was much 138 3, 47 | who ~"did not fear to lay hands upon the Lord's anointed," 139 3, 48 | crying out, 'Lord, into Thy hands I commend ~my spirit.'" 140 3, 49 | the ~good industry of his hands were to redeem himself from 141 3, 49 | able to escape the ~devil's hands, i.e. so as not to descend 142 3, 51 | except by the help of many hands. ~Again, if He had been 143 3, 54 | finger ~hither, and see My hands; and bring hither thy hand, 144 3, 55 | and have ~heard, and our hands have handled . . . we declare."~ 145 3, 55 | he said to them: "See My hands and feet, ~that it is I 146 3, 60 | unlawful to lay violent hands on was said to be holy or ~ 147 3, 64 | i.e. a sinner, "to lay hands on priestly things; he is 148 3, 64 | the touch of the parricide hands of ungodly men." ~Therefore 149 3, 66 | and the other were without hands, and ~unable to perform 150 3, 66 | imposition of the ~bishop's hands; the latter is made the 151 3, 67 | dumb, and the other without hands or ~arms; for then the mutilated 152 3, 68 | chrism, or the ~imposition of hands, or the mere profession 153 3, 68 | souls, not so much from the hands of those that carry them ( 154 3, 68 | receive the sacrament, at the ~hands of man, unto salvation. 155 3, 71 | with the imposition of hands, bars ~the way against the 156 3, 71 | by heart, and impose his hands on the energumens and ~catechumens 157 3, 71 | When priests place their ~hands on believers for the grace 158 3, 72 | the mere ~imposition of hands: for it is written (Acts 159 3, 72 | the apostles ~"laid their hands upon" those who were baptized, " 160 3, 72 | the apostles imposed their hands, and when ~they preached, 161 3, 72 | imposition of the high priest's ~hands, in order that the baptized 162 3, 72 | imposition of the apostles' hands, as ~related in Acts 8:17. 163 3, 77 | and broken by the priest's hands, broken and ~crushed by 164 3, 78 | holding the chalice in his hands. Moreover, in Lk. 22:20, 165 3, 80 | sacred object, wash ~their hands): except perchance such 166 3, 80 | reconciled by imposition of hands, and let the Eucharist be 167 3, 81 | took them merely ~into His hands, as some say. but that He 168 3, 81 | Clasping Himself in His hands,~The food Himself now eats."~ 169 3, 81 | were able to be both in the hands and the mouth of ~Christ, 170 3, 81 | Christ could be in both His hands and mouth. Now this ~could 171 3, 82 | communicants receiving at their hands are guilty of sinning?~( 172 3, 82 | and ~likewise the priest's hands, for touching this sacrament. 173 3, 82 | to receive it at his own hands.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 174 3, 82 | a man dare to employ his hands ~in priestly actions, and 175 3, 82 | receiving Communion at their hands, or from hearing their ~ 176 3, 82 | consecrated Communion ~at his hands. But, when the Arian bishop 177 3, 82 | receive Communion at their hands, and to hear their mass. 178 3, 82 | with clean heart and pure ~hands; but it is graver still 179 3, 83 | He was crucified at the hands of the soldiers ~(Jn. 19: 180 3, 83 | rejoice in the works of Thy hands." Now ~the consecration 181 3, 83 | these things be borne by the hands of thy holy angel ~unto 182 3, 83 | his sons shall wash their hands ~and feet . . . when they 183 3, 83 | the priest should wash his hands when celebrating mass.~Aquin.: 184 3, 83 | arms at times, to join his hands, ~to join together his fingers, 185 3, 83 | OBJ 1: The washing of the hands is done in the celebration 186 3, 83 | precious objects except the hands be ~washed; hence it seems 187 3, 83 | great a ~sacrament with hands that are, even literally, 188 3, 83 | and the washing of the hands is observed; for this can 189 3, 83 | works are ~attributed to the hands: hence it is said in Ps. 190 3, 83 | 25:6: "I will wash my ~hands among the innocent."~Aquin.: 191 3, 83 | said, "Father, into Thy hands I commend My spirit"; and 192 3, 83 | cross. He also lifts up his hands as he prays, to ~point out 193 3, 83 | lift up our hearts with our hands to the Lord in the ~heavens": 194 3, 83 | when Moses lifted up his hands Israel ~overcame." That 195 3, 83 | That at times he joins his hands, and bows down, praying ~ 196 3, 83 | will slip from the priest's hands into the chalice, either 197 3, 84 | 4) Whether imposition of hands is necessary for this sacrament?~( 198 3, 84 | imposition of the priest's hands is necessary for this ~sacrament?~ 199 3, 84 | imposition of the priest's hands is ~necessary for this sacrament. 200 3, 84 | 16:18): "They shall ~lay hands upon the sick, and they 201 3, 84 | Therefore an ~imposition of hands should be made in this sacrament.~ 202 3, 84 | given by the imposition of hands; ~for we read (Acts 8:17) 203 3, 84 | the apostles "laid their hands upon them, ~and they received 204 3, 84 | that He should impose hands upon them." ~Therefore an 205 3, 84 | Therefore an imposition of hands should be made in this sacrament.~ 206 3, 84 | the penitent, by laying hands on ~him.~Aquin.: SMT TP 207 3, 84 | mention of an imposition of ~hands; nor did He when He said 208 3, 84 | Therefore no imposition ~of hands is required for this sacrament.~ 209 3, 84 | Church the imposition of hands ~is made, to signify some 210 3, 84 | through those on whom ~the hands are laid being, as it were, 211 3, 84 | Wherefore an imposition of hands is made in ~the sacrament 212 3, 84 | by the imposition ~of my hands."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 213 3, 84 | therefore no ~imposition of hands is required for this sacrament, 214 3, 84 | OBJ 1: That imposition of hands is not sacramental, but 215 3, 84 | cured the sick, "laying His hands upon ~them," and (Mt. 8: 216 3, 84 | requires ~an imposition of hands, since even in Baptism man 217 3, 84 | without any imposition of hands: it is at the reception 218 3, 84 | Confirmation that an ~imposition of hands is required.~Aquin.: SMT 219 3, 84 | becoming than the imposition of hands, in token that ~sins are 220 3, 85 | eyes of servants are on the hands ~of their masters . . . 221 Suppl, 17| Church has no keys in the ~hands of her ministers.~Aquin.: 222 Suppl, 19| the ~kingdom were in the hands of the priests, because 223 Suppl, 19| government comes into the hands of a ~woman. Consequently 224 Suppl, 21| should be given into the hands of his enemies, ~unless 225 Suppl, 21| a man is given ~into the hands of Satan, as is clear from 226 Suppl, 21| power to rescue him from the hands of the enemy, whenever ~ 227 Suppl, 24| the case of a man who lays hands on a ~cleric or a religious; 228 Suppl, 29| Church, and rest in the ~hands of God alone, for which 229 Suppl, 32| eyes, nose, ears, lips, hands, and feet should be anointed. 230 Suppl, 32| account of the taste, the hands on ~account of the touch 231 Suppl, 32| instruments of sin, are the ~feet, hands, and tongue, all of which 232 Suppl, 36| Tim. 5:22): "Impose not hands ~lightly on any man."~Aquin.: 233 Suppl, 36| not enlightened, to lay ~hands on priestly things; he is 234 Suppl, 37| however, from the bishop's hands. Thirdly, ~there is the 235 Suppl, 37| belongs to the deacon, who hands the offerings to the priest. 236 Suppl, 37| pours the water over ~the hands of the priest; and the deacon, 237 Suppl, 37| given by the imposition of hands. ~Therefore the character 238 Suppl, 37| moment of the imposition ~of hands.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 239 Suppl, 37| blessing, imposition of hands, and anointing. By the blessing 240 Suppl, 37| all. By the imposition of hands the fulness of grace is 241 Suppl, 37| receive the imposition of hands, because they are competent 242 Suppl, 37| of Christ with their own hands; even as a ~chalice is anointed 243 Suppl, 37| the mere ~imposition of hands and anointing. But it is 244 Suppl, 38| Order. For the imposition of hands has something to do with 245 Suppl, 38| the assisting priests lay ~hands on the priests who are being 246 Suppl, 38| at the imposition of hands ~there is given, not the 247 Suppl, 38| together with the ~bishop lay hands on them, but the bishop 248 Suppl, 38| but the bishop alone lays hands on deacons.~Aquin.: SMT 249 Suppl, 39| Levites consecrated their hands by shedding the blood of ~ 250 Suppl, 40| consecrate ~bishops, impose hands, dedicate churches, depose 251 Suppl, 58| contracts it is agreed on all hands that anyone who ~is unable 252 Suppl, 69| a house not made with ~hands, but reserved in heaven [* 253 Suppl, 72| heavens are the works of ~Thy hands: they shall perish but Thou 254 Suppl, 72| also are the work of God's hands. Therefore they also shall 255 Suppl, 93| Now it is ~unlawful to lay hands on oneself, as Augustine 256 Suppl, 93| martyrdom of some who laid hands upon ~themselves in order 257 Suppl, 93| lawful to no ~one to lay hands on himself for any reason 258 Suppl, 94| written (Mt. 22:13): "Bind his hands and his ~feet, and cast 259 Suppl, 96| the case of those who lay hands ~on other people's property,


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