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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 92 | something, as: "No man may ask a consecrated virgin in marriage": or ~ 2 2, 99 | applied to that which is consecrated to God); and "good," i.e. 3 2, 101 | vessels were said to be consecrated. But all ~the ceremonial 4 2, 102 | tabernacle and its vessels to be consecrated, since they were inanimate ~ 5 2, 102 | according to Num. 8, should be consecrated with any bodily anointing, ~ 6 2, 102 | reference to ~Lev. 8:7-9] and consecrated; thirdly, they were employed 7 2, 102 | The lesser priests were consecrated on the hands only, which 8 2, 102 | that those who are to be ~consecrated to the spiritual ministry 9 2, 102 | decked with virtues, and be ~consecrated with the oil of the Holy 10 2, 103 | priests and their apparel were consecrated by the sprinkling of ~blood 11 2, 1 | the bread was not rightly consecrated, and that ~there was not 12 2, 1 | bread, when it is rightly consecrated. Hence ~if it be not rightly 13 2, 1 | Hence ~if it be not rightly consecrated, it does not follow that 14 2, 10 | from their parents, and ~consecrated to God in Baptism.~Aquin.: 15 2, 37 | We command that persons consecrated by ~bishops who were themselves 16 2, 37 | bishops who were themselves consecrated according to the Catholic 17 2, 37 | immovable so long as the consecrated thing remains: as appears ~ 18 2, 37 | things, since an altar, once consecrated, is not ~consecrated again 19 2, 37 | once consecrated, is not ~consecrated again unless it has been 20 2, 37 | to the Church, he ~is not consecrated anew. Since, however, the 21 2, 79 | what ~it is, but for being consecrated to God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 22 2, 82 | First, because the place is ~consecrated, so that those who pray 23 2, 84 | Oblations when once they are consecrated, such as sacred ~vessels 24 2, 86 | such, but only when it is consecrated to God, and cherished ~by 25 2, 86 | vowed, if it be already consecrated, e.g. a ~chalice or a house. 26 2, 86 | inanimate, for instance a ~consecrated chalice to be not consecrated, 27 2, 86 | consecrated chalice to be not consecrated, so long as it remains entire. ~ 28 2, 86 | prelate make a man that is consecrated to God ~cease to be consecrated, 29 2, 86 | consecrated to God ~cease to be consecrated, so long as he lives. Now 30 2, 86 | of that to which he ~was consecrated, e.g. one who is a priest, 31 2, 97 | namely, those who ~are consecrated to the divine worship, but 32 2, 97 | belongs to the vessels consecrated ~for the administration 33 2, 97 | for instance if a virgin consecrated ~to God be guilty of fornication: 34 2, 98 | the Eucharist, which ~is consecrated in the Mass. But some priests 35 2, 98 | to spiritual ~things than consecrated vessels. Yet it is lawful 36 2, 98 | material ~they would have to be consecrated again.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 37 2, 98 | bought for a burial place was consecrated for that purpose: ~wherefore 38 2, 150 | integrity of the flesh is vowed, consecrated and ~observed in honor of 39 2, 150 | because their ~virginity is consecrated to God by holy continency."~ 40 2, 150 | integrity of the flesh is vowed, consecrated ~and observed in honor of 41 2, 150 | that the virginity that is consecrated to God is ~preferable to 42 2, 150 | dedicated to her Lord, consecrated to her God?" ~Secondly, 43 2, 152 | Intercourse with a virgin consecrated to God, ~inasmuch as she 44 2, 152 | rape, but even to tempt a consecrated ~virgin with a view to marriage, 45 2, 152 | Sacrilege is committed on a consecrated thing. Now a ~consecrated 46 2, 152 | consecrated thing. Now a ~consecrated thing is either a consecrated 47 2, 152 | consecrated thing is either a consecrated person, who is desired for ~ 48 2, 152 | an injury be done ~to a consecrated person. Again, one may commit 49 2, 152 | certain persons are specially consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 50 2, 182 | appointment; although they are consecrated by ~receiving orders before 51 2, 183 | Now ~when once a man is consecrated bishop he retains in perpetuity 52 2, 183 | 28), even the vessels consecrated to the divine worship are 53 2, 183 | the altar to which he is consecrated and appointed according 54 2, 184 | Old Law the Nazareans were consecrated by vow ~according to Num. 55 2, 185 | times all those who were ~consecrated to God went about in common 56 3, 22 | being offered to God, is ~consecrated to God. But the humanity 57 3, 22 | was from the beginning ~consecrated and united to God. Therefore 58 3, 28 | her ~virginity should be consecrated to God by vow. Nevertheless 59 3, 46 | on their weapons, on the consecrated ~table, everywhere the cross 60 3, 60 | Trinity, by which baptism is ~consecrated: for such a sense would 61 3, 63 | consecration to that which is consecrated. But by each sacrament of ~ 62 3, 63 | inanimate ~things are said to be consecrated forasmuch as they are deputed 63 3, 64 | churches are said to have been ~consecrated by the ministry of the angels [* 64 3, 64 | the chrism is no longer consecrated, all the mysteries of ~religion 65 3, 65 | 6: Holy Water and other consecrated things are not called ~sacraments, 66 3, 65 | the altar and ~vessels are consecrated through reverence for the 67 3, 66 | Baptismo iv) that "Baptism is ~consecrated by the words of the Gospel." 68 3, 67 | orders, ~and blesses the consecrated virgins." But the sacrament 69 3, 67 | answer that, Priests are consecrated for the purpose of celebrating ~ 70 3, 67 | font. For our Baptism is consecrated by ~Christ's Baptism and 71 3, 68 | their ~carnal parents, and consecrated to God by Baptism.~Aquin.: 72 3, 72 | should have ~been previously consecrated by a bishop?~(4) Its form;~( 73 3, 72 | its ~matter be previously consecrated by a bishop?~Aquin.: SMT 74 3, 72 | its matter, be previously consecrated by a bishop. For ~Baptism 75 3, 72 | chrism ~should be previously consecrated by a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT 76 3, 72 | the same should not be consecrated twice. But the ~sacramental 77 3, 72 | the chrism should not be ~consecrated before this sacrament is 78 3, 72 | Therefore it should not be ~consecrated. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 79 3, 72 | with chrism, previously consecrated by ~a bishop: but they must 80 3, 72 | its ~matter be previously consecrated by a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT 81 3, 72 | this sacramental matter is consecrated, either by ~Christ, or by 82 3, 72 | house already built, he is ~consecrated as a temple of the Holy 83 3, 72 | decreed, that chrism should be consecrated by the bishop two days ~ 84 3, 74 | same time one is not to be ~consecrated when the other is lacking, 85 3, 74 | superfluous quantity of bread be consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 86 3, 74 | and wine which cannot ~be consecrated. Therefore, neither is there 87 3, 74 | great, ~which cannot be consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 88 3, 74 | this the water would be consecrated apart from the wine, as ~ 89 3, 75 | nevertheless lawful to take one consecrated host after ~another. Hence 90 3, 76 | the blood ought not to be consecrated apart, ~just as no other 91 3, 76 | other part of the body is consecrated separately.~Aquin.: SMT 92 3, 76 | sacrament the blood is ~consecrated apart from the body, but 93 3, 76 | body, but no other part is consecrated ~separately from the rest.~ 94 3, 76 | under every part of the consecrated host. But no dimensive ~ 95 3, 76 | dimensive quantity of the ~consecrated host according to every 96 3, 76 | under the species of ~the consecrated host, that it neither exceeds 97 3, 76 | next ~day: for Christ's consecrated body is not changed, and 98 3, 76 | irremovable so long as the consecrated things endure; ~on which 99 3, 76 | appear by miracle are not consecrated, nor are ~they converted 100 3, 76 | 3: The dimensions of the consecrated bread and wine continue, ~ 101 3, 77 | Of the breaking of the consecrated bread?~(8) Whether anything 102 3, 77 | anything can be mixed with the consecrated wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 103 3, 77 | perceive by our senses that the consecrated hosts ~become putrefied 104 3, 77 | it is possible for many consecrated ~hosts to be burned or putrefied; 105 3, 77 | he were to take hosts and consecrated wine in great quantity.~ 106 3, 77 | can be mingled with the consecrated wine?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 107 3, 77 | can be mingled with the consecrated wine, ~because everything 108 3, 77 | liquid can be mixed with the consecrated wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 109 3, 77 | liquid be mixed with the consecrated wine, then ~that also would 110 3, 77 | also would appear to be consecrated; just as water added to ~ 111 3, 77 | holy-water becomes holy. But the consecrated wine is truly Christ's ~ 112 3, 77 | can be mingled with the consecrated wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 113 3, 77 | liquid can be mixed with ~the consecrated wine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 114 3, 77 | with the wine after it is consecrated, just as before.~Aquin.: 115 3, 77 | and this wine ~which is consecrated. Hence, if the liquid of 116 3, 77 | permeate the whole of the consecrated wine, ~and be mixed with 117 3, 77 | be under that part of the consecrated wine, yet will ~remain under 118 3, 77 | The liquid added to the consecrated wine is in no way mixed ~ 119 3, 78 | sacrament, wherewith Christ consecrated His ~body and blood. But 120 3, 78 | perfected in the use ~of the consecrated matter. Secondly, because 121 3, 78 | from which the ~matter consecrated derives instrumentally a 122 3, 78 | it seems that Christ also consecrated by ~pronouncing them openly.~ 123 3, 78 | and eat," the use of the ~consecrated, matter is indicated, which 124 3, 78 | because the use ~of the consecrated matter belongs to a certain 125 3, 78 | whereby this sacrament is consecrated draw ~their efficacy from 126 3, 78 | because Christ's blood is consecrated in this sacrament, ~inasmuch 127 3, 78 | denoted by the blood being consecrated apart from ~the body; because 128 3, 78 | A[2], ad 1), the blood ~consecrated apart expressly represents 129 3, 78 | above (ad 2), the blood consecrated apart ~represents Christ' 130 3, 78 | neither is this sacrament consecrated by ~any created power of 131 3, 78 | words whereby the bread is ~consecrated do not bring about their 132 3, 78 | words ~whereby the wine is consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 133 3, 78 | consecrating the ~bread, the consecrated host is shown to the people 134 3, 79 | through many hosts being consecrated in one mass, whereas ~this 135 3, 79 | sacrament by ~taking many consecrated hosts in one mass. But the 136 3, 80 | or a dog were to eat the consecrated ~host, the substance of 137 3, 80 | not knowing ~a host to be consecrated were to consume it. And 138 3, 80 | be given in place of a ~consecrated one; because the priest 139 3, 80 | by believing that it is a consecrated host; because, as ~Augustine 140 3, 80 | the body ought not to be consecrated without ~the blood. But 141 3, 81 | it had been reserved or consecrated during the three days ~He 142 3, 81 | and immortal body which is consecrated upon the altar. ~Therefore, 143 3, 81 | been reserved in a pyx, or consecrated at ~the moment of Christ' 144 3, 81 | death, or had then been consecrated by one of the ~apostles, 145 3, 81 | this ~sacrament had been consecrated, then the body only would 146 3, 81 | this sacrament had been consecrated then, or reserved, when 147 3, 82 | that ~this sacrament is consecrated in virtue of the words, 148 3, 82 | of the sick, and other ~consecrated things, such as altars, 149 3, 82 | whether this sacrament be consecrated by ~one or by many, except 150 3, 82 | of Christ. But as Christ consecrated His body at the ~supper, 151 3, 82 | belongs to ~him to deliver consecrated gifts to the people. Thirdly, 152 3, 82 | touches it, but what is ~consecrated; hence the corporal and 153 3, 82 | corporal and the chalice are consecrated, and ~likewise the priest' 154 3, 82 | deeming that the Eucharist is ~consecrated by a prayer rather than 155 3, 82 | the Eucharist cannot be ~consecrated by a wicked priest.~Aquin.: 156 3, 82 | Further, this sacrament is consecrated by the priest's blessing. ~ 157 3, 82 | likewise this sacrament is consecrated in the ~person of Christ. 158 3, 82 | Eucharist, which on being consecrated by them contains ~Christ' 159 3, 82 | But Christ's true body is consecrated by ~the priests mentioned 160 3, 82 | receive sacrilegiously the consecrated Communion ~at his hands. 161 3, 82 | them honor (hence a host consecrated ~by such priests is to be 162 3, 83 | the evening that Christ ~consecrated this sacrament. Therefore 163 3, 83 | this sacrament is not ~consecrated. Nevertheless, lest the 164 3, 83 | sacrament, the body of Christ ~consecrated the day before is reserved 165 3, 83 | the close of day, that He consecrated this sacrament and gave ~ 166 3, 83 | wrought this sacrament was not consecrated, but merely an ~ordinary 167 3, 83 | sacrament is celebrated, to be ~consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 168 3, 83 | body of Christ could not be consecrated unless they be ~observed; 169 3, 83 | in a tent, if there be a consecrated ~altar-table to hand, and 170 3, 83 | and so it is fittingly consecrated, both ~to represent the 171 3, 83 | pleasing for the altars to be consecrated not merely with the anointing ~ 172 3, 83 | this sacrament ~except in a consecrated house. Hence it is enacted ( 173 3, 83 | say mass except in places consecrated by ~the bishop." And furthermore 174 3, 83 | however, it has been already consecrated, and the faithful lie in 175 3, 83 | houses which have not been ~consecrated, or which have been profaned; 176 3, 83 | everywhere, but in places consecrated by the bishop, or where ~ 177 3, 83 | without a portable altar consecrated by the ~bishop: hence in 178 3, 83 | celebrated in chapels, ~with a consecrated altar." For because Christ' 179 3, 83 | therefore in necessity a consecrated altar ~suffices for performing 180 3, 83 | account a church is ~never consecrated without consecrating the 181 3, 83 | Yet sometimes an altar ~is consecrated apart from the church, with 182 3, 83 | like inanimate things are ~consecrated, not because they are capable 183 3, 83 | exorcised before being ~consecrated, that the enemy's power 184 3, 83 | probability, that by entering a consecrated ~church one obtains forgiveness 185 3, 83 | Churches which have once been consecrated, must not be ~consecrated 186 3, 83 | consecrated, must not be ~consecrated again, except they be devastated 187 3, 83 | dedicated to God, to be consecrated again, except owing to the 188 3, 83 | consecration are to be consecrated anew."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 189 3, 83 | of ~stone, are not to be consecrated with the anointing of chrism." 190 3, 83 | the wood is porous, the consecrated blood would ~remain in it; 191 3, 83 | material, but upon linen consecrated by the bishop; as Christ' 192 3, 83 | without house, and altar, consecrated chalice ~and corporal, and 193 3, 83 | iv), this sacrament is ~consecrated with Christ's own words. 194 3, 83 | offered as a sacrifice, and consecrated and received as a sacrament: ~ 195 3, 83 | Christ's entire body is consecrated in this sacrament ~apart 196 3, 83 | other wine which is not consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 197 3, 83 | improper therefore for consecrated hosts to be reserved, and 198 3, 83 | them, he had touched the ~consecrated body of Christ; so that 199 3, 83 | because a part of the host consecrated, of which the ~priest and 200 3, 83 | and wine which are not ~consecrated, as if they were consecrated.~ 201 3, 83 | consecrated, as if they were consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 202 3, 83 | sacrament ~received, or that the consecrated hosts are kept so long that 203 3, 83 | when the body has been consecrated and before the ~consecration 204 3, 83 | even after both have been consecrated, then ~the celebration of 205 3, 83 | the ~sacred mysteries are consecrated by priests during the time 206 3, 83 | water be mixed with the consecrated wine, ~because corruption 207 3, 83 | another host which must be consecrated together with the blood; 208 3, 83 | suffice, unless ~there was a consecrated host present, since in those 209 3, 83 | once more to receive the ~consecrated host and blood, even if 210 3, 83 | OBJ 6: The breaking of the consecrated host, and the putting of ~ 211 Suppl, 19| power from God and are consecrated by being anointed. Therefore 212 Suppl, 19| from Rm. 13:1. Nor are they consecrated by the unction of a sacred 213 Suppl, 29| Whether the oil ought to be consecrated?~(6) Whether the matter 214 Suppl, 29| this sacrament should be consecrated by a ~bishop?~(7) Whether 215 Suppl, 29| Whether the oil ought to be consecrated?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 216 Suppl, 29| that the oil need not be consecrated. Because there ~is a sanctification 217 Suppl, 29| the matter is previously ~consecrated. Therefore since this sacrament 218 Suppl, 29| anointing, it requires ~consecrated matter.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 219 Suppl, 29| matter of ~this sacrament is consecrated oil. Three reasons may be 220 Suppl, 29| reasons may be assigned why ~consecrated matter is needed in this 221 Suppl, 29| wherefore in all anointings a consecrated matter is ~required. The 222 Suppl, 29| this efficacy from being consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 223 Suppl, 29| particular matter when it is consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 224 Suppl, 29| of this sacrament need be consecrated by a bishop?~Aquin.: SMT 225 Suppl, 29| this sacrament need not be ~consecrated by a bishop. Because the 226 Suppl, 29| anointings also the matter is consecrated by a ~bishop. Therefore 227 Suppl, 29| of the sacrament is not a consecrated thing. Hence no ~consecration 228 Suppl, 29| priest himself, need to be ~consecrated, all of which can be done 229 Suppl, 29| this sacrament is already consecrated. Therefore it needs ~no 230 Suppl, 29| I anoint these eyes with consecrated oil ~in the name of the 231 Suppl, 31| greater. ~Now the use of consecrated matter surpasses the act 232 Suppl, 31| matter after ~it has been consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[31] A[ 233 Suppl, 31| OBJ 2: Although the use of consecrated matter is of more ~importance 234 Suppl, 33| order that the altar may be ~consecrated, and the stone remains consecrated, 235 Suppl, 33| consecrated, and the stone remains consecrated, as long as the altar ~remains, 236 Suppl, 33| again. But a man is not consecrated ~by being anointed, since 237 Suppl, 34| Confirmation requires to be consecrated ~beforehand. Since then 238 Suppl, 34| this ~sacrament are not consecrated beforehand, it would seem 239 Suppl, 34| necessary for the matter to be consecrated in the ~other sacraments, 240 Suppl, 37| ministers, the Levites, were consecrated. Therefore ~likewise in 241 Suppl, 37| their ~ministers should be consecrated by the sacrament of Order; 242 Suppl, 37| and vestments need to be ~consecrated, so do the ministers who 243 Suppl, 37| exercises an act about some ~consecrated thing. In this sense there 244 Suppl, 37| exercise an act about the ~consecrated body and blood of Christ, 245 Suppl, 37| exercises an act about the consecrated vessels. Wherefore continency 246 Suppl, 37| Further, as the ministers are consecrated, even so are the ~ministers' 247 Suppl, 37| by the anointing they are consecrated for the purpose ~of handling 248 Suppl, 38| an altar or chrism once ~consecrated remains consecrated for 249 Suppl, 38| once ~consecrated remains consecrated for ever. Wherefore, since 250 Suppl, 39| D, 24). But the Levites consecrated their hands by shedding 251 Suppl, 63| Reply OBJ 3: Men who are consecrated to Divine things are debarred 252 Suppl, 66| cannot after ~Baptism be consecrated among God's virgins." Therefore 253 Suppl, 80| or great dimensions of a ~consecrated host. Therefore the same


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