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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 3, 68 | released from their sins by the keys of ~the Church, since all 2 3, 69 | or by submitting to the keys of the Church. Therefore 3 3, 84 | ministers, which pertains to the keys; ~(6) The solemnization 4 3, 84 | expressing the power of the keys whereby priests ~absolve. 5 3, 84 | sins is granted through the keys of the kingdom of ~heaven." 6 3, 84 | To thee will I give ~the keys of the kingdom of heaven," 7 3, 84 | however, was the power of the ~keys instituted, which is derived 8 3, 84 | and satisfaction to the keys ~of the Church, in the hope 9 3, 86 | chiefly by the power of the keys, which is vested in the ~ 10 3, 86 | way, subordinate to the keys of the Church. ~Accordingly 11 3, 86 | and by its relation to the keys of the Church; and ~so, 12 3, 88 | to subject himself to the keys of the Church by ~confession, 13 3, 89 | derived from the power of the ~keys. Consequently the power 14 3, 89 | Consequently the power of the keys causes grace and virtue ~ 15 3, 89 | should have to deny the ~keys given to the Church, of 16 Suppl, 6 | confession, by the power of the keys to which he submits, and 17 Suppl, 6 | made to one ~who has the keys. But the keys of the Church 18 Suppl, 6 | who has the keys. But the keys of the Church are not an 19 Suppl, 7 | done, which through the ~keys of the Church makes satisfaction 20 Suppl, 7 | punishment), since also the keys of the Church are the ~joint 21 Suppl, 8 | but priests to whom the keys ~are intrusted. Therefore 22 Suppl, 8 | reason of the ~power of the keys: so that one might confess 23 Suppl, 8 | consider the power of the keys, every priest has ~power 24 Suppl, 8 | absolve, since he has the keys ~sacramentally: and the 25 Suppl, 8 | results from the power of ~the keys; and consequently he must 26 Suppl, 9 | to the priest who has the keys of the Church, ~and who 27 Suppl, 9 | subject ~himself to the keys of the Church: and though 28 Suppl, 10| diminished ~by the power of the keys, that it is within the ability 29 Suppl, 10| makes a man submit to the keys of the ~Church. But Paradise 30 Suppl, 10| Paradise is opened by those keys. Therefore it is opened 31 Suppl, 10| confession a man submits to the keys ~of the Church which derive 32 Suppl, 10| and by the power of the keys to ~which a man submits 33 Suppl, 10| punishment in virtue of the ~keys, to which man submits by 34 Suppl, 11| share in the ~act of the keys, when he hears a confession 35 Suppl, 17| 2 - OF THE POWER OF THE KEYS (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 36 Suppl, 17| which ~power depends on the keys. As to this matter, in the 37 Suppl, 17| place we shall ~treat of the keys, secondly, of excommunication, 38 Suppl, 17| connected with the power of the keys. The ~first of these considerations 39 Suppl, 17| nature and ~meaning of the keys. (2) the use of the keys; ( 40 Suppl, 17| keys. (2) the use of the keys; (3) the ministers of the ~ 41 Suppl, 17| 3) the ministers of the ~keys; (4) those on whom the use 42 Suppl, 17| those on whom the use of the keys can be exercised.~Aquin.: 43 Suppl, 17| Whether there ought to be keys in the Church?~(2) Whether 44 Suppl, 17| 3) Whether there are two keys or only one?~Aquin.: SMT 45 Suppl, 17| Whether there should be keys in the Church?~Aquin.: SMT 46 Suppl, 17| there is no necessity for keys in the Church. ~For there 47 Suppl, 17| For there is no need for keys that one may enter a house 48 Suppl, 17| Therefore the Church needs no keys for the ~entrance into heaven.~ 49 Suppl, 17| Therefore the Church has no keys in the ~hands of her ministers.~ 50 Suppl, 17| Therefore whoever has the keys of heaven, has the keys 51 Suppl, 17| keys of heaven, has the keys of hell. ~But the Church 52 Suppl, 17| is not said to have the keys of hell. Therefore neither ~ 53 Suppl, 17| Therefore neither ~has she the keys of heaven.~Aquin.: SMT XP 54 Suppl, 17| To thee will I give the ~keys of the kingdom of heaven."~ 55 Suppl, 17| dispenser should have the keys of the things that he ~dispenses. 56 Suppl, 17| they ought to ~have the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 57 Suppl, 17| some say ~that He has the keys of "excellence." And since " 58 Suppl, 17| need the sacraments and the keys of the ~Church.~Aquin.: 59 Suppl, 17| time as orders. But the keys ~are given in the conferring 60 Suppl, 17| in the definition of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 61 Suppl, 17| concern the ~power of the keys to admit the worthy to the 62 Suppl, 17| not to those who have ~the keys, who are as instrumental 63 Suppl, 17| consecrating, and the power of the ~keys are one and the same essentially, 64 Suppl, 17| jurisdiction, the priest has the keys, ~but he cannot exercise 65 Suppl, 17| exercise the act of the keys. And since the key is defined ~ 66 Suppl, 17| and thus the power of the keys admits those who are worthy, ~ 67 Suppl, 17| 1~Whether there are two keys or only one?~Aquin.: SMT 68 Suppl, 17| seem that there are not two keys but only one. For one ~lock 69 Suppl, 17| the removal of which the keys ~of the Church are required, 70 Suppl, 17| Church does not require ~two keys for one sin.~Aquin.: SMT 71 Suppl, 17| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the keys are given when orders are 72 Suppl, 17| there are more than two keys. ~For just as knowledge 73 Suppl, 17| the priest, ~through the keys, is the minister for the 74 Suppl, 17| Therefore he ~should have three keys, so that he may be conformed 75 Suppl, 17| we ~may distinguish two keys, the first of which regards 76 Suppl, 17| Body Para. 2/2~These two keys are distinct, not in the 77 Suppl, 17| the Gospel, whereby ~the keys are promised to Peter (Mt. 78 Suppl, 17| is not numbered among the keys, nor is it ~multiplied as 79 Suppl, 17| multiplied as the power of the keys, which is directed to different 80 Suppl, 17| Trinity, to have three keys: and all the more, since 81 Suppl, 18| 1 - OF THE EFFECT OF THE KEYS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 82 Suppl, 18| consider the effect of the keys under which head there are ~ 83 Suppl, 18| Whether the power of the keys extends to the remission 84 Suppl, 18| virtue of the power of the keys?~(4) Whether he can loose 85 Suppl, 18| Whether the power of the keys extends to the remission 86 Suppl, 18| seem that the power of the keys extends to the remission ~ 87 Suppl, 18| sacrament by virtue of the keys. ~Therefore, since grace 88 Suppl, 18| of sin by virtue of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 89 Suppl, 18| Therefore the power of the ~keys does not extend to the remission 90 Suppl, 18| Hence the power of the keys which is in the priest, 91 Suppl, 18| Hence ~the power of the keys operates unto the remission 92 Suppl, 18| it with the power of the keys. Wherefore God alone ~directly 93 Suppl, 18| clear that the ~power of the keys is ordained, in a manner, 94 Suppl, 18| receiving the effect of the keys in order ~to have one's 95 Suppl, 18| because the use of ~the keys, in order to be effective, 96 Suppl, 18| opinion, even the power of the keys would merely declare the 97 Suppl, 18| it unreasonable ~that the keys of the Church should dispose 98 Suppl, 18| show that the power of the keys does not effect the ~remission 99 Suppl, 18| susceptible to the power of the keys, than one who has committed 100 Suppl, 18| repeated, that by virtue of the keys the whole punishment will 101 Suppl, 18| exercise of the power of the keys on one who has already been ~ 102 Suppl, 18| guilt) by virtue of the keys which derive ~their efficacy 103 Suppl, 18| Consequently by virtue of the keys which produce ~their effect 104 Suppl, 18| all: but, by virtue of the keys, the punishments due to ~ 105 Suppl, 18| remitted by virtue of the keys, and that, nevertheless, 106 Suppl, 18| the confessor to ~have the keys, if the power of the keys 107 Suppl, 18| keys, if the power of the keys had no effect therein.~Aquin.: 108 Suppl, 18| remitted by virtue of the keys, because ~when absolution 109 Suppl, 18| remitted by virtue of the keys, according as he disposes 110 Suppl, 18| through the power of the keys?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 111 Suppl, 18| virtue of the power ~of the keys. For the sacramental power 112 Suppl, 18| Therefore, by the power of ~the keys, which is a sacramental 113 Suppl, 18| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the keys derive their efficacy from 114 Suppl, 18| bind by the power of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 115 Suppl, 18| opposites. But the power of ~the keys is a rational power, since 116 Suppl, 18| the priest in using the keys, is ~conformed to God's 117 Suppl, 18| Further, the act of the keys requires discretion. Now 118 Suppl, 18| answer that, In using the keys, the priest acts as the 119 Suppl, 18| before the power of the keys was conferred on Peter ( 120 Suppl, 19| OF THE MINISTERS OF THE KEYS (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 121 Suppl, 19| ministers and the use of the keys: under which ~head there 122 Suppl, 19| priest of the Law had the keys?~(2) Whether Christ had 123 Suppl, 19| Whether Christ had the keys?~(3) Whether priests alone 124 Suppl, 19| Whether priests alone have the keys?~(4) Whether holy men who 125 Suppl, 19| are not priests have the keys or their use?~(5) Whether 126 Suppl, 19| the effective use of the keys?~(6) Whether those who are 127 Suppl, 19| degraded, have the use of the keys?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 128 Suppl, 19| priest of the Law had the keys?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 129 Suppl, 19| priests of the Law had the keys. For the ~possession of 130 Suppl, 19| For the ~possession of the keys results from having orders. 131 Suppl, 19| priests of the Law had the ~keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 132 Suppl, 19| D, 18), there are two ~keys, knowledge of discretion, 133 Suppl, 19| therefore they had the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 134 Suppl, 19| 1/1~On the contrary, The keys are ordained to the opening 135 Suppl, 19| priest of the Law had not the keys. Further, the sacraments 136 Suppl, 19| administered them, had ~not the keys of the heavenly kingdom.~ 137 Suppl, 19| under the Old Law, the keys of the ~kingdom were in 138 Suppl, 19| right seems to belong to the keys; but that these keys were 139 Suppl, 19| the keys; but that these keys were incomplete ~then, whereas 140 Suppl, 19| others that they had not the keys, but that the keys were ~ 141 Suppl, 19| not the keys, but that the keys were ~foreshadowed in them.~ 142 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The keys of the kingdom go with the 143 Suppl, 19| Levi; hence it had the keys, not of heaven, but of an 144 Suppl, 19| latter. Now the power of the keys which we have, like other ~ 145 Suppl, 19| hence the power of the keys which we receive from Christ 146 Suppl, 19| Whether priests alone have the keys?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 147 Suppl, 19| not only priests have the keys. For Isidore ~says (Etym. 148 Suppl, 19| is the ~definition of the keys, as appears from what has 149 Suppl, 19| even doorkeepers have the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 150 Suppl, 19| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the keys are conferred on priests 151 Suppl, 19| not only ~priests have the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 152 Suppl, 19| pertains to the power of the keys. Therefore not only priests 153 Suppl, 19| subjects), seem to have the keys. Therefore not only ~priests 154 Suppl, 19| not only ~priests have the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 155 Suppl, 19| receiving the power of the keys, a man is set up between 156 Suppl, 19| Therefore only priests have the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 157 Suppl, 19| Nevertheless a certain use of the keys is allowed to women, ~such 158 Suppl, 19| are not priests have the keys?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 159 Suppl, 19| priests, have ~the use of the keys. For loosing and binding, 160 Suppl, 19| are the effects of ~the keys, derive their efficacy from 161 Suppl, 19| to ~have the use of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 162 Suppl, 19| therefore in the act of the keys the principal agent by authority ~ 163 Suppl, 19| exercise the act of the keys. ~[*For St. Thomas' later 164 Suppl, 19| recipient of ~the effect of the keys, is likened, not to the 165 Suppl, 19| to the one who uses the keys, but ~to Christ. Therefore, 166 Suppl, 19| produce the effect of the keys, unless he be appointed 167 Suppl, 19| bestow on them the use of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 168 Suppl, 19| priests have the use of the keys?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 169 Suppl, 19| have not the use of the keys. ~For in the passage where 170 Suppl, 19| passage where the use of the keys is bestowed on the apostles ~( 171 Suppl, 19| have not the use of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 172 Suppl, 19| treasure. Now the use of the keys consists in dispensing the 173 Suppl, 19| have not the use of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 174 Suppl, 19| sins is the use ~of the keys. Therefore sinners, who 175 Suppl, 19| have ~not the use of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 176 Suppl, 19| severity." ~But the use of the keys implies a kind of intercession, 177 Suppl, 19| wicked priests cannot use the keys ~effectively.~Aquin.: SMT 178 Suppl, 19| therefore, no one could use the keys in giving absolution ~unless 179 Suppl, 19| instrument in the use of the keys, ~however much he may through 180 Suppl, 19| deprived of the use of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 181 Suppl, 19| requisite for the use of the ~keys, not as being indispensable 182 Suppl, 19| glory, even the abuse of the keys by some, for He ~can make 183 Suppl, 19| therein, not by virtue of the keys, but by merit of ~congruity. 184 Suppl, 19| which is the use of ~the keys should be reckoned: but 185 Suppl, 19| degraded have the use of the keys?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 186 Suppl, 19| degraded have the use of the keys. For just ~as the power 187 Suppl, 19| just ~as the power of the keys results from orders, so 188 Suppl, 19| they lose the use of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 189 Suppl, 19| wills. Now the power of the ~keys remains in the aforesaid, 190 Suppl, 19| not lose the use of the keys on ~account of guilt, it 191 Suppl, 19| have not the use of the keys in remitting sins.~Aquin.: 192 Suppl, 19| the above the power of the keys remains as to its ~essence, 193 Suppl, 19| For ~since the use of the keys requires in the user authority 194 Suppl, 19| exercise the use of the keys is a man under one's ~authority. 195 Suppl, 19| cannot have the use of the keys.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 196 Suppl, 20| ON WHOM THE POWER OF THE KEYS CAN BE EXERCISED (THREE 197 Suppl, 20| on whom the power of the keys can be ~exercised. Under 198 Suppl, 20| Whether anyone can use the keys on his superior?~Aquin.: 199 Suppl, 20| man. For the power of the keys was bestowed on priests 200 Suppl, 20| Therefore, since the use of the keys is a kind of judgment, it ~ 201 Suppl, 20| people. Now the use of the keys implies a ~certain power 202 Suppl, 20| whereby the one on whom the keys are ~used, becomes the proper 203 Suppl, 20| indiscriminately, can use the keys on all, whereas those who ~ 204 Suppl, 20| persons, cannot use the keys on ~everyone, but only on 205 Suppl, 20| always use the ~power of the keys on his subjects.~Aquin.: 206 Suppl, 20| Further, by the power of the keys a man is healed of all his ~ 207 Suppl, 20| cannot use the ~power of the keys on such as are shackled 208 Suppl, 20| far as the power of ~the keys is concerned, a priest can 209 Suppl, 20| far as the power of the ~keys is concerned, he can absolve 210 Suppl, 20| Whether a man can use the keys with regard to his superior?~ 211 Suppl, 20| that a man cannot use the keys in respect of a ~superior. 212 Suppl, 20| matter for the use of the keys, is a person who is subject, 213 Suppl, 20| a priest cannot use the keys in ~respect of one who is 214 Suppl, 20| sin. Now the power of the keys is the remedy for sin. ~ 215 Suppl, 20| can use the ~power of the keys on him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 216 Suppl, 20| through the power of the keys, is ~ordained to the reception 217 Suppl, 20| can ~use the power of the keys on him if he submit to him.~ 218 Suppl, 20| answer that, The power of the keys, considered in itself, is ~ 219 Suppl, 20| priest is unable to ~use the keys on some particular person 220 Suppl, 20| cannot use the power of the keys on himself, because this 221 Suppl, 20| principally to the power of the keys and ~consequently to the 222 Suppl, 21| from ~the definition of the keys (Q[17], A[2]), and since 223 Suppl, 21| I will give to thee the ~keys"): "It is a pharisaical 224 Suppl, 22| excommunication is an act of the keys. But every priest has the 225 Suppl, 22| But every priest has the keys. ~Therefore every priest 226 Suppl, 22| Excommunication is an act of the keys not directly, but ~with 227 Suppl, 22| excommunication is an act of the keys, as stated ~in Sent. iv, 228 Suppl, 22| not priests have not the keys. ~Therefore they cannot 229 Suppl, 23| excommunication is an act ~of the keys. But the power of the keys 230 Suppl, 23| keys. But the power of the keys extends only to spiritual 231 Suppl, 25| save from the power of the keys. ~Now by the power of the 232 Suppl, 25| Now by the power of the keys, he who has that power can 233 Suppl, 25| 19], A[3]) there are two keys, the key ~of orders and 234 Suppl, 26| sins is an effect of the keys. ~Now none but a priest 235 Suppl, 26| none but a priest has the keys. Therefore a priest alone 236 Suppl, 28| belongs to one who has the keys. Now ~an ordinary priest 237 Suppl, 28| ordinary priest has the keys. Therefore he can administer 238 Suppl, 34| are used here, such as ~keys, candlesticks, and so forth,


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