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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sacrifices

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1 1, 23 | be frustrated ~by certain sacrifices and prayers. Against this 2 1, 32 | threefold number in their sacrifices and prayers on ~account 3 1, 115 | could be changed by certain sacrifices, as Gregory of Nyssa says ~( 4 2, 98 | Did you offer victims and ~sacrifices to Me in the desert for 5 2, 99 | worshipped by such and such ~sacrifices, and such and such offerings, 6 2, 99 | and to him that despiseth ~sacrifices." Therefore temporal goods 7 2, 100 | solemnities, and the ~offering of sacrifices. But the decalogue contains 8 2, 100 | in like manner all the sacrifices were ~offered up with the 9 2, 100 | the other ~solemnities and sacrifices, is mentioned in the precepts 10 2, 101 | worship includes not only sacrifices and the ~like, which seem 11 2, 101 | many ways. Thus it ~forbade sacrifices to be offered in every place 12 2, 101 | are suitably divided into ~sacrifices, sacred things, sacraments, 13 2, 101 | unsuitably ~divided into "sacrifices, sacred things, sacraments, 14 2, 101 | this was done ~only by the sacrifices, which foreshadowed the 15 2, 101 | Therefore none but the sacrifices were ceremonies.~Aquin.: 16 2, 101 | no distinction between "sacrifices" and "sacraments."~Aquin.: 17 2, 101 | called a ceremony. ~For the sacrifices are called ceremonies (Num. 18 2, 101 | offer ~a calf . . . and the sacrifices and libations thereof, as 19 2, 101 | worship consists specially in "sacrifices," which are offered up in 20 2, 101 | It was necessary for the sacrifices to be offered both in ~some 21 2, 101 | Wherefore just as their sacrifices signified Christ the ~victim, 22 2, 101 | also a ~sacrament. But the sacrifices of the Old Law did not contain 23 2, 101 | sacraments apart from the sacrifices of ~the Old Law, which sacraments 24 2, 101 | certain consecrations certain sacrifices were united.~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The sacrifices and sacraments were of course 26 2, 101 | worship, and yet were not sacrifices or sacraments: wherefore 27 2, 101 | Reply OBJ 5: Just as the sacrifices were offered in a fixed 28 2, 101 | counted together with the sacrifices; hence the Apostle says ( 29 2, 101 | he may offer up gifts and sacrifices."~ 30 2, 102 | figurative?~(3) The causes of the sacrifices;~(4) The causes of the sacrifices;~( 31 2, 102 | sacrifices;~(4) The causes of the sacrifices;~(5) The causes of the sacred 32 2, 102 | ceremonies which ~pertained to sacrifices?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 33 2, 102 | ceremonies pertaining to sacrifices. For those things which 34 2, 102 | of goats?" Therefore such sacrifices were ~unfittingly offered 35 2, 102 | only of these three should sacrifices have been offered to Him.~ 36 2, 102 | excluded from the divine ~sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 37 2, 102 | not they that ~eat of the sacrifices partakers of the altar?" 38 2, 102 | OBJ 14: Further, bodily sacrifices denote the inward sacrifice 39 2, 102 | to ~the ceremonies of the sacrifices have no reasonable cause.~ 40 2, 102 | these ceremonies of the ~sacrifices were wisely done, as having 41 2, 102 | ceremonies ~pertaining to the sacrifices can be assigned to a fitting 42 2, 102 | as the ceremonies of the sacrifices were intended for the ~divine 43 2, 102 | worship, the causes of the sacrifices can be taken in two ways. ~ 44 2, 102 | denoted in the offerings and sacrifices, by the ~fact that man offered 45 2, 102 | Wherefore in offering up ~sacrifices man made protestation that 46 2, 102 | to the ceremonies of ~the sacrifices, from the fact that thereby 47 2, 102 | withdrawn from ~offering sacrifices to idols. Hence too it is 48 2, 102 | the precepts about the ~sacrifices were not given to the Jewish 49 2, 102 | molten calf: as though those ~sacrifices were instituted, that the 50 2, 102 | people, being ready to offer ~sacrifices, might offer those sacrifices 51 2, 102 | sacrifices, might offer those sacrifices to God rather than to idols. ~ 52 2, 102 | matter of burnt-offerings and sacrifices."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 53 2, 102 | this reason all the other sacrifices of the Old Law were ~offered 54 2, 102 | often" offered "the same ~sacrifices, which can never take away 55 2, 102 | reasons of the ~figurative sacrifices of the Old Law should be 56 2, 102 | God did not wish these sacrifices to be offered to Him on ~ 57 2, 102 | There were three kinds of sacrifices. There was one in ~which 58 2, 102 | the commandments. These sacrifices were divided into ~three 59 2, 102 | was the chief of all the sacrifices: because ~all were burnt 60 2, 102 | OBJ 12: In the matter of sacrifices the Law had in view the ~ 61 2, 102 | Honey was not offered in the sacrifices to God, both ~because it 62 2, 102 | wont to be offered in the sacrifices to idols; and in ~order 63 2, 102 | wont to be offered in ~the sacrifices to idols.~Aquin.: SMT FS 64 2, 102 | corruption of ~putrefaction: for sacrifices offered to God should be 65 2, 102 | the ~Godhead, God wished sacrifices to be offered to Him in 66 2, 102 | restrained from offering sacrifices anywhere and ~everywhere. 67 2, 102 | accomplishing the offices of sacrifices." But the inner ~tabernacle, 68 2, 102 | concealing of the spiritual sacrifices under the sacrifices of 69 2, 102 | spiritual sacrifices under the sacrifices of old. ~This veil was adorned 70 2, 102 | saw the mere ~corporeal sacrifices which were offered in the 71 2, 102 | the inner meaning of the sacrifices, because their faith ~in 72 2, 102 | of holocausts, on ~which sacrifices of those things which the 73 2, 102 | people who offered these sacrifices to God ~by the hands of 74 2, 102 | the temples to offer up sacrifices thereon to idols.~Aquin.: 75 2, 102 | made for the offering of ~sacrifices and gifts, in honor of God, 76 2, 102 | idolaters were wont to offer sacrifices beneath trees, on ~account 77 2, 102 | the priests when offering sacrifices would go up by steps of 78 2, 102 | idolaters who used to offer sacrifices to ~the moon at that particular 79 2, 102 | bodily anointing, ~bodily sacrifices, and bodily oblations.~Aquin.: 80 2, 102 | corporal, consisting in sacrifices, oblations, and so forth. 81 2, 102 | were purified by certain sacrifices, offered ~either for the 82 2, 102 | individuals; not that those carnal sacrifices had of themselves the power ~ 83 2, 102 | part in the ~figurative sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 84 2, 102 | uncleanness was expiated by sacrifices for sins, since all ~corruption 85 2, 102 | sin-offerings. Now ~special sacrifices were wont to be offered 86 2, 102 | by those who burnt these ~sacrifices, the reason is the same 87 2, 102 | beyond what applies to other ~sacrifices, whether for sins or for 88 2, 102 | in water, and by certain ~sacrifices; but the Levites in particular 89 2, 102 | were ~to be employed in the sacrifices. The tip of their right 90 2, 102 | God's law in offering the sacrifices (this is ~denoted by touching 91 2, 102 | ready in performing the sacrifices (this is signified by the 92 2, 102 | consecration the following sacrifices were offered: a ~calf, for 93 2, 103 | existence ~before the Law. For sacrifices and holocausts were ceremonies 94 2, 103 | above (Q[101], A[4]). But sacrifices and holocausts ~preceded 95 2, 103 | offered up these oblations, sacrifices and ~holocausts previously 96 2, 103 | only ~as to the offering of sacrifices because they used only certain 97 2, 103 | Hence in the Old Law certain sacrifices were offered ~up for sins, 98 2, 103 | sins, not as though the sacrifices themselves washed sins away, ~ 99 2, 103 | forgiven, not in virtue of the sacrifices, but through the ~faith 100 2, 104 | concerned not only with the ~sacrifices that are offered to Him, 101 2, 104 | fitness of those who offer sacrifices to Him and worship Him. 102 2, 104 | by describing some as ~"sacrifices," others as "observances." 103 2, 105 | again, as to oblations and sacrifices, that they ~might be afforded 104 2, 105 | but expiated ~his sin by sacrifices. Hence it is written (Lev. 105 2, 114 | and to him that despiseth sacrifices." Therefore ~temporal goods 106 2, 2 | Christ's Passion by certain sacrifices both before and ~after the 107 2, 2 | Law, the meaning of which sacrifices was known by the learned ~ 108 2, 2 | under the veil of those sacrifices, ~believed them to be ordained 109 2, 28 | worship God by external sacrifices and gifts, not for ~His 110 2, 28 | neighbor. For He needs ~not our sacrifices, but wishes them to be offered 111 2, 28 | and to impart, for by such sacrifices God's favor is obtained."~ 112 2, 30 | Further, the offering of sacrifices to God is an act of religion. ~ 113 2, 30 | and to impart, for by such sacrifices God's ~favor is obtained." 114 2, 30 | 18) to ~offer therefrom sacrifices or oblations to God: "Thou 115 2, 30 | profits of whoredom. Yet sacrifices and oblations were not made 116 2, 52 | Further, under the law certain sacrifices were prescribed for ~mortal 117 2, 52 | hidden, ~wherefore no special sacrifices were prescribed for them 118 2, 52 | since the offering of sacrifices was a kind of public confession 119 2, 79 | such as the offering of sacrifices and so forth, are done out ~ 120 2, 79 | Divine worship, ~such as sacrifices, oblations, and so forth; 121 2, 83 | first head we shall consider sacrifices, oblations, ~first-fruits, 122 2, 83 | first-fruits, and tithes. About sacrifices there are four points of ~ 123 2, 83 | this is not the case with sacrifices: for we read of some, e.g. ~ 124 2, 83 | Therefore ~the offering of sacrifices is not of the natural law.~ 125 2, 83 | De Civ. Dei x, 5,19) that sacrifices are ~offered in signification 126 2, 83 | Herm. i, ~2). Therefore sacrifices are not of the natural law.~ 127 2, 83 | always ~been the offering of sacrifices. Now that which is observed 128 2, 83 | Therefore the offering of sacrifices is of the natural ~law.~ 129 2, 83 | but the determination of sacrifices is ~established by God or 130 2, 83 | through the offering of sacrifices. Nor does Scripture mention 131 2, 83 | Scripture mention all the ~sacrifices of the just, but only those 132 2, 83 | raised for the offering of ~sacrifices. Yet temples and altars 133 2, 83 | angels and saints. ~Therefore sacrifices also may be offered to them.~ 134 2, 83 | ought we to ~offer outward sacrifices to Him alone: even so "in 135 2, 83 | and to impart, for by such sacrifices God's favor is obtained." 136 2, 83 | contains special precepts about sacrifices, as ~appears from the beginning 137 2, 83 | other virtues may be called ~sacrifices. On the other hand there 138 2, 83 | acts are ~properly called sacrifices, and belong to the virtue 139 2, 83 | Whether all are bound to offer sacrifices?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 140 2, 83 | all are not bound to offer sacrifices. The ~Apostle says (Rm. 141 2, 83 | the Law." Now the law of sacrifices was not ~given to all, but 142 2, 83 | are not bound ~to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 143 2, 83 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sacrifices are offered to God in order 144 2, 83 | not all are bound to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 145 2, 83 | all are ~bound to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 146 2, 83 | contrary, The offering of sacrifices of is of the natural law, 147 2, 83 | to offer certain definite sacrifices according to the precepts ~ 148 2, 83 | to offer those particular sacrifices ~which were prescribed in 149 2, 83 | they were bound to some sacrifices ~inward or outward, as stated 150 2, 83 | explicitly the power of the ~sacrifices, they know it implicitly, 151 2, 83 | The priests offer those sacrifices which are specially ~directed 152 2, 83 | others. But there are other sacrifices, which anyone can offer 153 2, 84 | that are deputed to the ~sacrifices of victims. Now whatever 154 2, 84 | by such victims [Douay: 'sacrifices'] God's favor is ~obtained. 155 2, 84 | prayers, for instance, their sacrifices and oblations. Thus ~the 156 2, 84 | may offer ~up gifts and sacrifices for sins." Hence the oblations 157 2, 84 | because idolaters used dogs in sacrifices to their idols, and because ~ 158 2, 84 | not evil?" and it behooved sacrifices to be ~without blemish. 159 2, 85 | instance for the fulfilling of sacrifices, hence he said ~significantly: " 160 2, 85 | reserved for the ~offering of sacrifices, has no place in the New 161 2, 86 | shall ~worship Him with sacrifices and offerings and they shall 162 2, 86 | divine worship, being like sacrifices to God. ~Wherefore Augustine 163 2, 90 | in praying and offering sacrifices that their children might 164 2, 92 | sensible signs, such as sacrifices, games, and the like, so 165 2, 92 | reverence by worship, of sacrifices or the like.~Aquin.: SMT 166 2, 92 | have thought that to offer sacrifices and other ~things pertaining 167 2, 92 | maintained, that "these visible ~sacrifices are fitting with regard 168 2, 92 | than those others, better sacrifices, namely, ~the service of 169 2, 92 | Dei x, 19), ~"external sacrifices are signs of internal, just 170 2, 92 | signify, so too in our sacrifices we ought to realize that 171 2, 93 | includes not only idolatrous ~sacrifices offered to demons, but also 172 2, 99 | more pleasing to Him than sacrifices. ~This custom has led to 173 2, 102 | Obedience is better than sacrifices." Now the ~offering of sacrifices 174 2, 102 | sacrifices." Now the ~offering of sacrifices belongs to religion, which 175 2, 102 | is rightly preferred to ~sacrifices, because by sacrifices another' 176 2, 102 | sacrifices, because by sacrifices another's body is slain 177 2, 120 | contain "sacred ~things, sacrifices, sacraments and observances," 178 2, 122 | obedience is preferable to all sacrifices." Therefore martyrdom is ~ 179 2, 132 | which is directed to Divine sacrifices": and this is the chief ~ 180 2, 184 | only to the offering of sacrifices and other like things ~that 181 2, 186 | to God, are ~described as sacrifices, according to Heb. 13:16, " 182 2, 186 | and to impart, for by such sacrifices God's favor is obtained." 183 3, 15 | who by the law ate the sacrifices offered for sin. And in 184 3, 22 | he may offer up gifts and sacrifices for sins." Now this is ~ 185 3, 22 | to be ~reprehended in the sacrifices of the Gentiles, according 186 3, 22 | priest "to offer gifts and ~sacrifices for sins." Secondly, that 187 3, 22 | was borne by the wicked sacrifices of the Gentiles, in which 188 3, 22 | this He differs from ~the sacrifices of the Gentiles.~Aquin.: 189 3, 22 | for which reason those sacrifices were renewed every year.~ 190 3, 46 | figure. But in all the ~sacrifices of the Old Testament which 191 3, 46 | holocausts, upon which the sacrifices of ~animals were immolated, 192 3, 46 | Passion was prefigured by the sacrifices of the Old Law, and ~these 193 3, 46 | place for the offering of sacrifices ~to Himself: and these figurative 194 3, 46 | Himself: and these figurative sacrifices foreshadowed Christ's ~Passion, 195 3, 47 | obedience is preferred ~to all sacrifices. according to 1 Kgs. 15: 196 3, 47 | Obedience is better than ~sacrifices." Therefore it was fitting 197 3, 47 | are chiefly ~ordained for sacrifices and oblations, in so far 198 3, 47 | far as all the ancient ~sacrifices were figures of that true 199 3, 47 | who offered the figurative sacrifices of the ~Old Law. Therefore 200 3, 48 | never offered up in the sacrifices of the Old Law, which were ~ 201 3, 48 | figures of Christ: nay, such sacrifices were reputed as impious, ~ 202 3, 48 | same book, "the primitive sacrifices of the holy ~Fathers were 203 3, 48 | there of visible figurative ~sacrifices: and even Christ's Passion, 204 3, 48 | denoted by other ~figurative sacrifices, is yet a sign of something 205 3, 64 | and to impart, for by such sacrifices God's favor is ~obtained." 206 3, 65 | were oblations, tithes and sacrifices. But the ~Sacrifice of the 207 3, 65 | 27, that priests offer ~sacrifices not for themselves only, 208 3, 65 | of the various ~kinds of sacrifices and ceremonies.~Aquin.: 209 3, 68 | together with the offering of sacrifices, by ~means of which the 210 3, 70 | adults offered ~prayers and sacrifices for themselves.~Aquin.: 211 3, 73 | Alexander I says, "among sacrifices there can be none greater 212 3, 73 | its figures were all the sacrifices of the Old Testament, ~especially 213 3, 75 | of the New Law. For, the ~sacrifices of the Old Law contained 214 3, 79 | satisfied for his sins by the sacrifices of the old Law: for it is ~ 215 3, 79 | Reply OBJ 2: Those other sacrifices and oblations did not effect 216 3, 82 | priesthood for offering spiritual sacrifices, of which it ~is said (Ps. 217 3, 82 | to offer up spiritual ~sacrifices."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 218 3, 82 | that as often as the priest sacrifices the body and blood of our 219 3, 82 | not they that eat of the ~sacrifices, partakers of the altar?" 220 3, 82 | can communicate in their sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 221 3, 82 | temple and neglecting the ~sacrifices."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 222 3, 83 | preferable to all ~ancient sacrifices, yet the sacrifices of the 223 3, 83 | ancient sacrifices, yet the sacrifices of the men of old were most ~ 224 3, 83 | offerers, just as the former sacrifices were accepted by Him.~Aquin.: 225 3, 83 | presents, these holy unspotted sacrifices."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 226 3, 83 | Toledo, quoted above (ad ~1), sacrifices cannot be perfect, except 227 Suppl, 8 | from which all the legal sacrifices expiated. ~Nevertheless, 228 Suppl, 19| may offer up gifts and ~sacrifices for sins" (Heb. 5:1). Therefore 229 Suppl, 40| he was a ~priest offering sacrifices, which was lawful even to 230 Suppl, 40| breeches while offering sacrifices. But the ministers of the 231 Suppl, 71| precedes: "Since these ~sacrifices, whether of the altar or 232 Suppl, 71| does not follow that the sacrifices offered for the faithful


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