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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 101 | spiritual explanation we may offer. And so paradise, as Isidore ~ 2 1, 110 | ways. For an angel can offer the senses a sensible object 3 1, 112 | Whatsoever first-fruits they offer," ~etc. the gloss of Origen 4 1, 113 | man's ~imagination, can offer the same picture to another 5 2, 2 | have nothing greater to ~offer." But virtue's true reward 6 2, 6 | principles, the points that offer themselves ~for our consideration 7 2, 68 | says (Moral. i, 18): "We offer up the sacrifice of ~prayer . . . 8 2, 90 | in general three points offer themselves for our ~consideration: ( 9 2, 91 | after saying (Ps. ~4:6): "Offer up the sacrifice of justice," 10 2, 98 | from Amos 5:25,26: "Did you offer victims and ~sacrifices 11 2, 100 | the ~third that he should offer Him service. Thus, in an 12 2, 101 | Num. 15:24): "They shall offer ~a calf . . . and the sacrifices 13 2, 101 | appertain to God, that he may offer up gifts and sacrifices."~ 14 2, 102 | OBJ 8: Further, those who offer victims to God should partake 15 2, 102 | 1:13): "The priest shall offer it ~all and burn it all 16 2, 102 | forbidden in the Law to offer ~sacrifice to any other 17 2, 102 | the people, being ready to offer ~sacrifices, might offer 18 2, 102 | offer ~sacrifices, might offer those sacrifices to God 19 2, 102 | wherefore they used not ~to offer them in sacrifice to their 20 2, 102 | gloss says on Lev. 1, "We offer a calf, when we ~overcome 21 2, 102 | that it was forbidden to offer them in sacrifice to ~God: 22 2, 102 | forbidden (Dt. 23:18) to offer ~"the hire of a strumpet 23 2, 102 | same reason they did not offer animals before the seventh 24 2, 102 | offerers, who were unable to offer ~bigger animals. And since 25 2, 102 | and no one ~was bound to offer them against his will, hence 26 2, 102 | which man was obliged to offer at times. Moreover these 27 2, 102 | disposal, might at least offer a bird; and that he who ~ 28 2, 102 | have a bird might at least offer bread; and that if a man 29 2, 102 | not even bread he might offer flour or ears of corn.~Aquin.: 30 2, 102 | Heb. 8:4) that those who "offer gifts ~according to the 31 2, 102 | Lord commanded Abraham to "offer" his son ~"for a holocaust 32 2, 102 | choose . . . and you shall offer . . . your holocausts and 33 2, 102 | whose function it was to offer the people to God, could 34 2, 102 | altars inside the temples to offer up sacrifices thereon to 35 2, 102 | By Him therefore ~let us offer the sacrifice of praise 36 2, 102 | since idolaters were wont to offer sacrifices beneath trees, 37 2, 102 | of idolaters who used to offer sacrifices to ~the moon 38 2, 102 | a ~blemish, he shall not offer bread to his God . . . if 39 2, 102 | through ignorance, failed to offer this expiation; it ~was 40 2, 102 | the priest first of all to offer a calf ~for his own sins, 41 2, 102 | molten calf; ~and besides, to offer a ram for a holocaust, which 42 2, 102 | wilderness: not indeed to offer it to the demons, ~whom 43 2, 102 | because it was unlawful to ~offer aught to them; but in order 44 2, 102 | from ourselves, while we offer up to Our Lord acts ~of 45 2, 103 | seemed proper to them to offer up in honor of God ~those 46 2, 103 | that is to be purified to ~offer," etc.; whence it is evident 47 2, 104 | the ~fitness of those who offer sacrifices to Him and worship 48 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 6: Workmen who offer their labor for hire, are 49 2, 105 | lack food. But they who ~offer other commodities for hire, 50 2, 105 | should at first make an ~offer of peace. Secondly, it enjoined 51 2, 106 | the fact that He did not offer the Law of grace to ~all 52 2, 2 | is the last of ~all to offer itself to human research, 53 2, 11 | think soundly and ~rightly, offer a stubborn resistance, and, 54 2, 13 | through certain malice, can offer no excuse in alleviation 55 2, 25 | a man of his own accord offer himself ~for that purpose, 56 2, 30 | forbidden (Dt. 23:18) to ~offer therefrom sacrifices or 57 2, 30 | to God: "Thou shalt not offer the ~hire of a strumpet . . . 58 2, 55 | equality, and since we cannot offer ~God an equal return, it 59 2, 66 | accusation, provided he can offer ~sufficient proof, since 60 2, 66 | community, or if he cannot offer sufficient proof, a man 61 2, 75 | by the owner, to cry: 'I offer this unhealthy ~horse for 62 2, 75 | Now one is not bound to offer ~advice to all or to tell 63 2, 76 | in the case of those who offer ~for hire the labor which 64 2, 78 | iv, 3), man is unable to offer an equal meed for virtue, 65 2, 79 | belongs to religion "to offer ceremonial worship ~to the 66 2, 79 | needs nothing that we can offer Him, according to Ps. 15: 67 2, 79 | more useful: whereas we offer a thing to God not on account ~ 68 2, 79 | superior, if one were to ~offer him that which properly 69 2, 81 | But prayer ~seems not to offer anything to God, but to. 70 2, 81 | him. In the ~first way we offer prayer to God alone, since 71 2, 81 | OBJ 1: To Him alone do we offer religious worship when praying, ~ 72 2, 81 | general prayers which we offer up for others: but it ~is 73 2, 82 | intellectual and sensible, we offer God a ~twofold adoration; 74 2, 83 | Whether all are bound to offer sacrifice?~Aquin.: SMT SS 75 2, 83 | more therefore ~may one offer sacrifice to the angels 76 2, 83 | to God alone ought we to offer spiritual sacrifice, so 77 2, 83 | sacrifice, so too ought we to ~offer outward sacrifices to Him 78 2, 83 | to Whom in our hearts we ~offer the things which we designate 79 2, 83 | is assigned to those who offer ~Divine honor to another 80 2, 83 | Wherefore the priest says not: I offer sacrifice to thee, Peter ~ 81 2, 83 | things: and of these we offer a sacrifice to God, ~directly 82 2, 83 | to God, ~directly when we offer our possession to God immediately, 83 2, 83 | Whether all are bound to offer sacrifices?~Aquin.: SMT 84 2, 83 | that all are not bound to offer sacrifices. The ~Apostle 85 2, 83 | Therefore all are not bound ~to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT 86 2, 83 | Therefore not all are bound to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT 87 2, 83 | so called because they ~offer sacrifice to God. But all 88 2, 83 | Therefore not all are ~bound to offer sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT 89 2, 83 | Therefore all are bound to offer sacrifice to God.~Aquin.: 90 2, 83 | which all are bound to offer, ~since all are obliged 91 2, 83 | since all are obliged to offer to God a devout mind. The 92 2, 83 | under the Law ~are bound to offer certain definite sacrifices 93 2, 83 | 1: All were not bound to offer those particular sacrifices ~ 94 2, 83 | Reply OBJ 3: The priests offer those sacrifices which are 95 2, 83 | sacrifices, which anyone can offer to God for ~himself as explained 96 2, 84 | whether men are bound to offer ~them?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 97 2, 84 | Mt. 5:23), "If . . . thou offer thy gift ~at the altar," 98 2, 84 | Christian take care that he offer something to God at ~the 99 2, 84 | Ex. 29:18): "Thou shalt offer the whole ram for ~a burnt-offering 100 2, 84 | 1): "When anyone ~shall offer an oblation of sacrifice 101 2, 84 | promise: for they are bound to offer in reality that ~which has 102 2, 84 | the people; and besides to offer to the Lord things appertaining 103 2, 84 | appertain to God, that he may offer ~up gifts and sacrifices 104 2, 84 | oblations which the people ~offer to God concern the priests, 105 2, 84 | 23:18, "Thou shalt not offer the hire of a ~strumpet . . . 106 2, 84 | passage it is forbidden to offer "the price ~of a dog" in 107 2, 84 | written (Malachi 1:8): "If you offer the lame and ~the sick, 108 2, 84 | and it was forbidden ~to offer them. But in the New Law 109 2, 84 | written (Malach. 1:8): "If you offer the ~blind in sacrifice, 110 2, 84 | man has ~bound himself to offer without blemish whatever 111 2, 84 | to ~say: "Therefore now I offer the first-fruits of the 112 2, 84 | God, and that he ought ~to offer something to God in return, 113 2, 84 | hand." And since what we offer God ~ought to be something 114 2, 84 | that man was commanded to ~offer God his first-fruits, as 115 2, 84 | written (Dt. 26:10): "I offer the first-fruits of the 116 2, 85 | shalt give to me, I will offer tithes to Thee." Neither, 117 2, 85 | significantly: "I will offer tithes to Thee."~Aquin.: 118 2, 85 | shalt give to me, I will offer tithes to Thee."~Aquin.: 119 2, 86 | peace . . . ~the same will I offer a holocaust to the Lord." 120 2, 86 | belongs to ~religion to offer God worship and ceremonial 121 2, 86 | takes a ~vow does not yet offer something to God, but only 122 2, 86 | to virtue ~for a man to offer to God that which belongs 123 2, 86 | act of religion, e.g. to offer sacrifice to God he can ~ 124 2, 92 | Plato] have thought that to offer sacrifices and other ~things 125 2, 92 | significant words to Him, and offer to Him in our hearts the 126 2, 92 | realize that we should ~offer a visible sacrifice to no 127 2, 93 | many ways. Sometimes they offer themselves to ~human sight 128 2, 93 | Zacharias was ~chosen by lot to offer incense (Lk. 1:9): and the 129 2, 99 | What does piety make one offer a person?~(3) Whether piety 130 2, 99 | De Invent. Rhet. ii), "we offer homage and ~duty to all 131 2, 100 | 2) What does observance offer?~(3) Of its comparison with 132 2, 102 | praiseworthy to obey God than to offer sacrifice, as well as ~because, " 133 2, 102 | Saul to obey God ~than to offer in sacrifice the fat animals 134 2, 122 | Further, it is praiseworthy to offer oneself to do an act of ~ 135 2, 122 | persecution has ceased to offer the opportunity, yet ~the 136 2, 145 | sleeping too little, is to offer a sacrifice of stolen goods." [* 137 2, 150 | 2~Now venereal pleasures offer three points for consideration. 138 2, 159 | God. Now one ought not to offer to a man ~that which is 139 2, 180 | sacrifice. Now a man ought to ~offer to God, in the first place, 140 2, 180 | it is more meritorious to offer to God one's ~own soul and 141 2, 183 | whose ~good a man should offer himself according as place 142 2, 183 | salvation, should an opportunity offer, and necessity ~require 143 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To offer something to the worship 144 2, 184 | necessary for ~salvation, but to offer oneself wholly, and one' 145 2, 184 | possess, by their good deeds offer ~sacrifice, since they offer 146 2, 184 | offer ~sacrifice, since they offer up something to God and 147 2, 184 | keep nothing for themselves offer a ~holocaust which is greater 148 2, 184 | something for themselves, and offer something to God; and in 149 2, 186 | properly to religion to offer sacrifice to God, as ~stated 150 2, 186 | Isaac refused to accept the offer of possessions, because ~ 151 2, 187 | 16-30], rebuke those ~who offer children and babes to Christ: 152 3, 1 | remission of their sin and to offer them, justified, to ~God 153 3, 21 | God and man, He wished to offer prayers to the ~Father, 154 3, 22 | appertain to ~God, that he may offer up gifts and sacrifices 155 3, 22 | 3~Now man is required to offer sacrifice for three reasons. 156 3, 22 | appertains to the priest "to offer gifts and ~sacrifices for 157 3, 27 | of the Mother four points offer themselves to our ~consideration: ( 158 3, 30 | Thirdly, that she might offer to God the free gift of 159 3, 36 | faith, which He ~came to offer men as the way to righteousness. 160 3, 36 | unbecoming for them to ~offer Him gifts and homage.~Aquin.: 161 3, 36 | acknowledged a God." Moreover, they offer gifts in ~keeping with Christ' 162 3, 36 | to the great King; they offer ~up incense as to God, because 163 3, 36 | Evang.), we are taught to ~offer gold, "which signifies wisdom, 164 3, 36 | wisdom in His sight." We offer God incense, "which signifies ~ 165 3, 36 | odor of ~sweetness"; and we offer myrrh, "which signifies 166 3, 37 | says (Lk. 2:24): "And to offer a sacrifice according as 167 3, 37 | Lord, that we may learn to offer ~ourselves to God" [*Athanasius, 168 3, 37 | commanded those who could, to ~offer, for a son or a daughter, 169 3, 37 | those who were unable to offer a lamb were commanded to 170 3, 37 | a lamb were commanded to offer ~two turtle doves or two 171 3, 60 | Jacob vowed that he would offer to God ~tithes and peace-offerings. 172 3, 64 | a blemish, he ~shall not offer bread to his God, neither 173 3, 65 | Heb. 7:27, that priests offer ~sacrifices not for themselves 174 3, 66 | who ~proceeds at once to offer up a prayer that the neophyte 175 3, 74 | says (De ~Haeres. xxviii), "offer bread and cheese in this 176 3, 74 | under guise of sobriety, offer nothing but water in this ~ 177 3, 74 | but ~the Greek Churches offer leavened bread, because 178 3, 74 | rebukes some priests "who ~offer wine pressed from the grape 179 3, 74 | furthermore forbidden to offer must in the chalice, ~as 180 3, 79 | a man shall sin, let him offer" (so and so) "for ~his sin, 181 3, 79 | women . . . for whom we offer, or who offer up to Thee, 182 3, 79 | for whom we offer, or who offer up to Thee, this ~sacrifice 183 3, 79 | ejus origine i): "Who may offer Christ's body except for 184 3, 82 | A holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual ~sacrifices."~ 185 3, 82 | as ~it belongs to him to offer the people's gifts to God, 186 3, 82 | he may be, approach to ~offer oblations to the Lord'" ( 187 3, 82 | the sacrifice, which they offer, from ~being a true sacrifice, 188 3, 82 | Therefore they are unable to offer a true sacrifice.~Aquin.: 189 3, 82 | shunning sins we also fail to ~offer our sacrifice."~Aquin.: 190 3, 83 | then do we do? Do we not offer ~it up every day in memory 191 3, 83 | Christ offered, and which we offer, "and ~not many victims, 192 3, 83 | 13:15): "Through Him we offer a sacrifice of praise to 193 3, 83 | which are here present, offer Thee their offerings": ~ 194 3, 83 | special manner, of them "who offer, or for whom ~the mass is 195 3, 83 | the priests themselves who offer, ~saying: "And to us sinners," 196 3, 83 | personal office, "that he ~may offer up gifts and prayers for 197 3, 83 | water when they drew nigh to offer up the sacrifice: ~for we 198 3, 84 | ignorance . . . he shall offer of ~the flocks a ram without 199 3, 85 | afflicted spirit." But to offer a sacrifice is ~an act of 200 Suppl, 7 | answer that, Several things offer themselves to our notice 201 Suppl, 8 | absolution, but in order to offer satisfaction.~Aquin.: SMT 202 Suppl, 13| it seems that we cannot offer it to God.~Aquin.: SMT XP 203 Suppl, 13| and above which he can ~offer something by way of satisfaction.~ 204 Suppl, 19| appertain to God, that he may offer up gifts and ~sacrifices 205 Suppl, 26| goods to another and thus offer satisfaction for a third 206 Suppl, 36| a blemish, he shall not offer bread to his God neither ~ 207 Suppl, 36| which even sinners can offer lawfully. It is different ~ 208 Suppl, 36| points of the law which may offer ~some difficulty, and to 209 Suppl, 37| benediction on the altar and offer them to the priests." ~Nevertheless 210 Suppl, 58| inclination of nature, and which offer greater ~difficulty than 211 Suppl, 61| cannot by a vow of continence offer it to ~God without her consent.~ 212 Suppl, 68| laws: (1) If the father offer his natural son to the ~ 213 Suppl, 68| and the son afterwards offer the will to the ~emperor; ( 214 Suppl, 68| son and the son himself offer ~himself to the emperor; ( 215 Suppl, 71| the dead profit those who ~offer them?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] 216 Suppl, 71| do not profit those who offer them. For according to human 217 Suppl, 71| who are more inclined to offer special than ~common suffrages, 218 Suppl, 72| the ~prayers which they offer up to God. This is evident 219 Suppl, 80| non-glorified body, it will offer less resistance to a ~glorified 220 Suppl, 80| with another body, and thus offer no resistance to ~a passing 221 Suppl, 81| resistance even heavenly bodies offer their movers. Sometimes ~ 222 Suppl, 81| that although the medium offer no resistance to ~the glorified 223 Suppl, 86| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to offer sacrifice to God of one' 224 Suppl, 86| martyrs and also virgins offer sacrifice ~to God of their 225 Suppl, 86| whereas the voluntarily poor offer sacrifice of ~outward things. 226 Suppl, 92| regards that which inferiors offer ~to their superiors. Or 227 Suppl, 93| persecution has ceased to offer the ~opportunity, yet the 228 Appen2, 1| Purgatory, nor is it possible to offer convincing arguments ~on


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