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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 65 | apply to things as at first instituted. For just as an ~architect, 2 1, 74 | seventh day nothing was instituted, that day ought ~not to 3 1, 74 | are used when day is first instituted, ~to denote that one day 4 1, 66 | apply to things as at first instituted. For just as an ~architect, 5 1, 73 | seventh day nothing was instituted, that day ought ~not to 6 1, 73 | are used when day is first instituted, ~to denote that one day 7 2, 5 | the creature; ~because He instituted the first individuals of 8 2, 21 | does not observe the order ~instituted by God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 9 2, 99 | A[2]), the Divine law is instituted ~chiefly in order to direct 10 2, 99 | God; while human law is instituted ~chiefly in order to direct 11 2, 100 | solemnities of the Old Law were instituted in ~celebration of some 12 2, 100 | since before they were instituted, it seemed of no ~consequence 13 2, 102 | account of ~which they were instituted, and of others similar which 14 2, 102 | though those ~sacrifices were instituted, that the people, being 15 2, 102 | the solemn festivals ~were instituted for the praise of God. Therefore 16 2, 102 | 12]; Q[101], A[2]), was instituted that it might foreshadow 17 2, 102 | The altar of ~incense was instituted that there might always 18 2, 102 | Law, various figures were instituted in the temple to betoken 19 2, 102 | observed that this too was ~instituted with the purpose of preventing 20 2, 102 | certain purifications were ~instituted for the removal of certain 21 2, 102 | shaving of the hair were instituted.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 22 2, 102 | these observances were instituted by God to be a special prerogative 23 2, 103 | Further, circumcision was instituted as a sign of Abraham's ~ 24 2, 103 | Christ's Passion, being instituted by God as a figure of Christ.~ 25 2, 104 | ceremonial precepts to be instituted as ~figures of something 26 2, 104 | because, to wit, it is instituted principally ~that it may 27 2, 104 | figurative; since they were instituted for the very purpose ~that 28 2, 104 | figurative. For they were not instituted for the purpose ~of being 29 2, 104 | purpose for which they were instituted, viz. to establish justice ~ 30 2, 104 | in themselves, as being instituted chiefly for ~the purpose 31 2, 104 | judicial precepts were not instituted that they might be ~figures, 32 2, 104 | these judicial precepts are instituted, not ~for the purpose of 33 2, 105 | Further, just as priests are instituted for the benefit of the ~ 34 2, 107 | were added, through being instituted by the ~holy Fathers. Even 35 2, 108 | sacramental acts which are instituted in the New Law, e.g. Baptism, 36 2, 108 | not only were sacraments instituted, but ~also certain sacred 37 2, 108 | although certain sacraments are instituted by Our ~Lord; for instance, 38 2, 108 | faithful should also have been instituted in the New Law.~Aquin.: 39 2, 108 | hence Christ of Himself instituted the sacraments ~whereby 40 2, 108 | consequently they had to be ~instituted by Him. But in the sacred 41 2, 112 | various degree; even as He instituted the various conditions of 42 2, 12 | Church was but recently instituted, and ~had not, as yet, the 43 2, 31 | opposition to this order ~instituted by Our Lord, both would 44 2, 38 | days. For holy days are ~instituted that we may give our time 45 2, 55 | institution, for they are instituted by natural ~reason itself, 46 2, 81 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Our Lord instituted this prayer, not that we 47 2, 81 | observe the form of ~prayer instituted by Christ. ~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 85 | ceremonial precepts," ~which were instituted chiefly that they might 49 2, 94 | signs; not however as signs instituted by God, as are the sacramental ~ 50 2, 98 | purpose ~for which they were instituted but for his own profit, 51 2, 145 | to a state of freedom, ~instituted a few most salutary sacraments 52 2, 145 | answer that, Fasting is instituted by the Church in order to 53 2, 145 | A[6]) that fasting was instituted as a curb on the concupiscence ~ 54 2, 145 | since fasting which was ~instituted in order to bridle concupiscence 55 2, 145 | above (A[6]), fasting was instituted by the ~Church in order 56 2, 184 | The religious state was instituted chiefly that we might ~obtain 57 2, 185 | orders that are especially instituted for that purpose, as we ~ 58 3, 22 | the ~Jewish priesthood, instituted by God, than to the priesthood 59 3, 25 | Divine ~worship that is not instituted by God; wherefore the Apostle ( 60 3, 37 | circumcision, which God had instituted of old. Thirdly, ~in order 61 3, 38 | those sacraments which are instituted by God are ~contained in 62 3, 38 | OBJ 3: Circumcision was instituted as a remedy for original 63 3, 38 | baptism of John was not instituted for this purpose, but was ~ 64 3, 38 | The baptism of John was instituted not only that Christ ~might 65 3, 38 | And yet, even if it were instituted merely in order that Christ 66 3, 60 | since "the former were instituted when the latter were abolished," ~ 67 3, 61 | Church." But ~matrimony was instituted before sin, as may be seen 68 3, 61 | Reply OBJ 3: Matrimony was instituted in the state of innocence, 69 3, 61 | natural law, others should be instituted in ~the law of Moses.~Aquin.: 70 3, 61 | sacraments were unsuitably ~instituted before Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 71 3, 61 | some sacraments should be instituted before Christ. ~Aquin.: 72 3, 61 | sacraments: ~for they were instituted in order to foreshadow it. 73 3, 61 | sacraments should not have ~been instituted after Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 74 3, 61 | fulfilled; and others ~were instituted, fewer in number, but more 75 3, 61 | change in God, because He instituted ~sacraments of one kind 76 3, 62 | cause grace: for they are instituted by God to be employed ~for 77 3, 62 | Further, sacraments are instituted as means whereby men may ~ 78 3, 64 | Whether the sacraments are instituted by God alone?~Aquin.: SMT 79 3, 64 | that the sacraments are not instituted by God alone. For ~those 80 3, 64 | those things which God has instituted are delivered to us in Holy ~ 81 3, 64 | the sacraments were not instituted by God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 82 3, 64 | for the sacraments to be instituted by God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 83 3, 64 | makes use of the sacrament instituted, by applying it for the ~ 84 3, 64 | essential to the sacrament, are ~instituted by Christ Himself, Who is 85 3, 64 | it is clear that Christ instituted the sacraments. Therefore 86 3, 65 | But there is no ~sacrament instituted as a remedy for other sins. 87 3, 65 | neither should ~matrimony be instituted as a remedy for lust.~Aquin.: 88 3, 65 | sacraments of the Church were instituted for a twofold purpose: namely, ~ 89 3, 65 | sacraments from their being ~instituted as a remedy against the 90 3, 65 | New Law, none of them was instituted directly against ~venial 91 3, 66 | 1/1~Whether Baptism was instituted after Christ's Passion? ~ 92 3, 66 | It seems that Baptism was instituted after Christ's Passion. 93 3, 66 | it seems that Baptism was instituted after Christ's ~Passion.~ 94 3, 66 | on man as soon ~as it was instituted. But before Christ's Passion 95 3, 66 | seems that Baptism was not instituted before ~Christ's Passion.~ 96 3, 66 | Passion. Therefore Baptism was instituted before Christ's Passion.~ 97 3, 66 | that ~a sacrament is then instituted, when it receives the power 98 3, 66 | Consequently Baptism was truly instituted then, if we consider it 99 3, 66 | obligatory ~as soon as it was instituted; but wished men to become 100 3, 66 | be omitted which Christ instituted in regard to a sacrament, 101 3, 66 | reiterated. For Baptism was ~instituted, seemingly, in order to 102 3, 68 | Baptism seems to have been instituted principally as a ~remedy 103 3, 68 | before circumcision ~was instituted, men were incorporated in 104 3, 68 | conferred, ~since it is instituted specially for this purpose, 105 3, 68 | sacrament of Baptism was instituted by Christ. But Christ, in ~ 106 3, 68 | Baptism, according as Christ instituted, and as the Church ~bestows 107 3, 69 | effects ever since it was ~instituted. But some were baptized 108 3, 69 | that for which ~Baptism was instituted, namely, the begetting of 109 3, 70 | Whether circumcision was instituted in a fitting manner?~Aquin.: 110 3, 70 | seems that circumcision was instituted in an unfitting manner. ~ 111 3, 70 | circumcision should have been instituted forthwith after the ~first 112 3, 70 | for circumcision ~to be instituted at the time of Abraham~Aquin.: 113 3, 70 | circumcision should have been instituted as binding, not the Jews 114 3, 70 | 17) that circumcision was instituted by ~God, Whose "works are 115 3, 70 | circumcision was fittingly instituted in the person ~of Abraham.~ 116 3, 70 | circumcision should be ~instituted, as a profession of faith 117 3, 70 | necessary for circumcision to be instituted before the giving of the 118 3, 70 | Further, just as Baptism was instituted as a remedy against ~original 119 3, 70 | time that circumcision was instituted ~among God's people, as ' 120 3, 72 | nowhere of Confirmation being instituted by Christ. ~Therefore it 121 3, 72 | that this sacrament was ~instituted neither by Christ, nor by 122 3, 72 | D, 7) held that it was instituted by the apostles. But this ~ 123 3, 72 | we must say that Christ instituted this sacrament not by ~bestowing, 124 3, 72 | above (A[1], ad 1), was instituted by ~Christ when He promised 125 3, 72 | thereon was the Eucharist instituted, to which, ~in a certain 126 3, 73 | sacrament ~should not have been instituted before Christ's Passion.~ 127 3, 73 | baptized. But Baptism was instituted by ~Christ after His Passion 128 3, 73 | sacrament was not suitably instituted before Christ's ~Passion. ~ 129 3, 73 | contrary, This sacrament was instituted by Christ, of Whom it is ~ 130 3, 73 | sacrament was appropriately instituted at the ~supper, when Christ 131 3, 73 | powerful oblation"; our Lord ~instituted this sacrament at His last 132 3, 73 | consequently it could not be ~instituted before the Incarnation; 133 3, 73 | OBJ 3: This sacrament was instituted during the supper, so as 134 3, 73 | therefore it behooved to be ~instituted first. or else it can be 135 3, 73 | that Baptism was already ~instituted in Christ's Baptism; hence 136 3, 74 | by the fact that Christ ~instituted this sacrament under the 137 3, 74 | Christ is ~believed to have instituted this sacrament under this 138 3, 74 | But Christ appears to have instituted this sacrament in ~fermented 139 3, 74 | of the moon; and Christ ~instituted this sacrament at the supper 140 3, 74 | Christ's institution: for He instituted this sacrament "on the ~ 141 3, 74 | the ~Paschal Lamb, Christ instituted this sacrament: hence this 142 3, 74 | s institution, since He ~instituted this sacrament in wine from 143 3, 74 | probability that our Lord instituted this sacrament in wine ~ 144 3, 75 | sacrifice of the New Law instituted by Christ ~should have something 145 3, 79 | effect for which it was instituted. ~Now it was instituted 146 3, 79 | instituted. ~Now it was instituted not for satisfaction, but 147 3, 80 | sacraments since they have been instituted. ~Secondly, by a figure: 148 3, 80 | this ~sacrament, which was instituted as a means of salvation. 149 3, 80 | For this sacrament was instituted by our ~Lord at the supper. 150 3, 80 | the fast of the Church, instituted for afflicting the ~body: 151 3, 83 | corporal, and the other things instituted by the Church - he ~consecrates 152 3, 83 | in itself, and therefore instituted by the Church. Hence it 153 3, 84 | since this sacrament was ~instituted chiefly for the blotting 154 3, 84 | do not read that Christ ~instituted this form. Nor is it in 155 3, 84 | this sacrament was suitably instituted in the New Law?~Aquin.: 156 3, 84 | sacrament was unsuitably instituted in ~the New Law. Because 157 3, 84 | natural law need ~not to be instituted. Now it belongs to the natural 158 3, 84 | Penance was unsuitably ~instituted in the New Law.~Aquin.: 159 3, 84 | the Old Law had not to be ~instituted in the New. Now there was 160 3, 84 | Penance should not have ~been instituted in the New Law.~Aquin.: 161 3, 84 | Now it seems that our Lord instituted Penance ~before Baptism, 162 3, 84 | sacrament was not suitably instituted in the New Law.~Aquin.: 163 3, 84 | sacraments of the New Law were instituted by Christ, ~by Whose power 164 3, 84 | Christ does not seem to have instituted this sacrament, since He 165 3, 84 | other sacraments which He instituted. Therefore this ~sacrament 166 3, 84 | sacrament was unsuitably instituted in the New Law.~Aquin.: 167 3, 84 | this sacrament was suitably instituted in ~the New Law.~Aquin.: 168 3, 84 | was the power of the ~keys instituted, which is derived from Christ' 169 3, 84 | use the Baptism which He instituted, but was ~baptized with 170 3, 86 | sacraments of the New Law were ~instituted, God pardoned the sins of 171 Suppl, 6 | dispensation in that which was ~instituted by a man. But we read of 172 Suppl, 6 | read of confession being instituted, not by ~God, but by a man ( 173 Suppl, 6 | of dispensation in things instituted by the ~apostles, as appears 174 Suppl, 6 | abolish those that are ~instituted, for this belongs to the 175 Suppl, 6 | about confession was not instituted by a man ~first of all, 176 Suppl, 6 | promulgated by James: it was instituted by ~God, and although we 177 Suppl, 8 | Further, confession was instituted in the Church in order that ~ 178 Suppl, 8 | Further, "That which is instituted for the sake of charity, 179 Suppl, 8 | Now confession, which was instituted for the sake of ~charity, 180 Suppl, 11| Dispens. ii), "that which is instituted for the sake ~of charity 181 Suppl, 11| Further, that which is instituted for the common good of the ~ 182 Suppl, 11| secrecy of ~confession was instituted for the good of the whole 183 Suppl, 11| another source, ~that which is instituted for the common good is not 184 Suppl, 11| secrecy of confession was instituted in order to ~avoid scandal, 185 Suppl, 12| Although Penance was primarily instituted and intended with ~a view 186 Suppl, 23| OBJ 2: Further, "What is instituted for the sake of charity, 187 Suppl, 29| Whether this sacrament was instituted by Christ?~(4) Whether olive 188 Suppl, 29| Whether this sacrament was instituted by Christ?~Aquin.: SMT XP 189 Suppl, 29| that this sacrament was not instituted by Christ. ~For mention 190 Suppl, 29| sacraments ~which Christ instituted, for instance the Eucharist 191 Suppl, 29| Unction. Therefore it was not instituted by ~Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 192 Suppl, 29| iv, D, 23) that it was ~instituted by the apostles. Therefore 193 Suppl, 29| the sacraments which He instituted, ~as in the case of the 194 Suppl, 29| sacraments of the Old Law were ~instituted by God. Therefore much more 195 Suppl, 29| and Confirmation were not instituted by Christ Himself, ~but 196 Suppl, 29| but were left by Him to be instituted by the apostles; for the 197 Suppl, 29| conferred ~in them, could not be instituted before the mission of the 198 Suppl, 29| hold that Christ Himself instituted all the sacraments, ~but 199 Suppl, 29| The Master says it was instituted by the apostles because ~ 200 Suppl, 29| of this sacrament ~being instituted either by Christ or by the 201 Suppl, 30| that, Each sacrament was instituted for the purpose of one ~ 202 Suppl, 30| however, maintain that it is ~instituted chiefly as a remedy for 203 Suppl, 30| And so, since Penance was instituted chiefly against actual sin, ~ 204 Suppl, 31| Now this sacrament was instituted precisely to cleanse from ~ 205 Suppl, 37| D, 24) that the ~Church instituted other Orders.~Aquin.: SMT 206 Suppl, 37| sacraments ~which are chiefly instituted for the cleansing of sins, 207 Suppl, 40| ministers are fittingly instituted by ~the Church?~Aquin.: 208 Suppl, 40| represents Him in that He instituted other ~ministers and founded 209 Suppl, 40| ministers are fittingly instituted in the ~Church?~Aquin.: 210 Suppl, 40| ministers are not ~fittingly instituted in the Church. For the ministers 211 Suppl, 42| Whether it ought to have been instituted before sin was committed?~( 212 Suppl, 42| sacrament ought to have been instituted before sin was ~committed?~ 213 Suppl, 42| Matrimony ought not to have been instituted ~before sin. Because that 214 Suppl, 42| natural law needs not to be ~instituted. Now such is Matrimony, 215 Suppl, 42| it ought not to have been instituted. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 216 Suppl, 42| it ~should not have been instituted before sin.~Aquin.: SMT 217 Suppl, 42| thing. Now Matrimony ~was instituted also after sin, as stated 218 Suppl, 42| Therefore it was not instituted before sin.~Aquin.: SMT 219 Suppl, 42| Therefore Matrimony was not instituted before sin.~Aquin.: SMT 220 Suppl, 42| ought not to have been instituted before sin.~Aquin.: SMT 221 Suppl, 42| 2~Further, Matrimony was instituted for the begetting of children. 222 Suppl, 42| behooved Matrimony to be instituted before sin.~Aquin.: SMT 223 Suppl, 42| matrimony to be variously instituted in the various ~states of 224 Suppl, 42| when ~there was no sin, was instituted before sin; according as 225 Suppl, 42| the wound of sin, it was instituted after sin at the time of ~ 226 Suppl, 42| disqualifications; and it was instituted in the New Law in so ~far 227 Suppl, 42| general way, need to ~be instituted as regards their determination 228 Suppl, 42| nature; and thus it was instituted before sin, ~not as intended 229 Suppl, 42| Before sin matrimony was instituted by God, when He ~fashioned 230 Suppl, 42| stated, matrimony was not instituted before ~Christ as a sacrament 231 Suppl, 48| than that for which it was instituted ~by God; namely the begetting 232 Suppl, 49| Further, matrimony was instituted as a remedy and as an office, ~ 233 Suppl, 49| excuse in so far as it is ~instituted as an office, since then 234 Suppl, 49| other sacraments ~which were instituted as remedies for sin. Therefore 235 Suppl, 49| answer that, Matrimony is instituted both as an office of nature 236 Suppl, 49| sacrament, since it was ~instituted not only as a sign of a 237 Suppl, 49| sacrament" ~pertains to it as instituted by God. Therefore sacrament 238 Suppl, 49| sin, nor was the sacrament instituted for ~that purpose, except 239 Suppl, 54| the end for which ~it was instituted. Now the essential and primary 240 Suppl, 55| that this relationship was instituted by the Church ~on account 241 Suppl, 55| answer that, Accusation is instituted lest the guilty be tolerated 242 Suppl, 58| which they are chiefly ~instituted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 243 Suppl, 59| answer that, Marriage was instituted chiefly for the good of 244 Suppl, 59| Reply OBJ 1: Marriage was instituted not only as a sacrament, 245 Suppl, 64| answer that, Marriage was instituted especially as fulfilling 246 Suppl, 65| for which ~marriage was instituted, namely the good of the 247 Suppl, 65| But in so far as it is instituted ~as a remedy (which is its


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