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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | excellence by the knowledge conferred by grace. But ~to be united 2 1, 20 | themselves, are more ~as conferred on the penitent, who deserved 3 1, 20 | deserved punishment, than as conferred ~on the innocent, to whom 4 1, 99 | the species, but as a gift conferred by God on the entire ~human 5 1, 99 | original righteousness, ~which conferred righteousness on the first 6 1, 99 | semen; but would have been conferred on man immediately on his 7 1, 100 | accidents which were ~natural or conferred gratuitously on the whole 8 1, 101 | just as immortality was not conferred on man in vain, ~though 9 1, 112 | those benefits which are conferred by God on man as a ~Christian, 10 1, 112 | like. But those which are conferred by God on man as a rational ~ 11 2, 32 | effect, which is the good conferred on ~another. In this respect, 12 2, 57 | second ~way, as though they conferred the right use of a power 13 2, 60 | promise, or a favor already ~conferred. And corresponding to these 14 2, 81 | 1], was a gift of grace, conferred by God on ~all human nature 15 2, 85 | gift of original justice, conferred on the whole of ~human nature 16 2, 97 | and every evident benefit conferred by the new enactment; or 17 2, 100 | it is evident that it was conferred by the precepts of ~the 18 2, 102 | remind them of the benefit conferred by God on the children of ~ 19 2, 102 | benefits which had been conferred especially on that people. 20 2, 105 | of David, than a benefit conferred on ~them for their profit. 21 2, 111 | all the benefits divinely ~conferred upon us are called gratuitous 22 2, 8 | that knowledge which is conferred by grace; but otherwise 23 2, 18 | participation of ~the Divine Nature, conferred on us through grace, wisdom, 24 2, 29 | not due. But a benefit conferred as being due belongs to 25 2, 29 | justice while a ~benefit conferred as not due, is gratuitous, 26 2, 29 | Therefore every benefit conferred is either an act of ~justice, 27 2, 29 | various benefits should be conferred in various ways ~according 28 2, 29 | 2: Even as all benefits conferred on our neighbor, if we ~ 29 2, 37 | sacramental power is one that is ~conferred by some kind of consecration. 30 2, 37 | jurisdiction is that which is conferred ~by a mere human appointment. 31 2, 60 | one procures its being conferred on a more ~worthy subject, 32 2, 60 | one prevents its being conferred on a worthy subject by ~ 33 2, 60 | counseling that it be not conferred on him, one is bound to 34 2, 76 | with which the favor was conferred than on the greatness of 35 2, 81 | thank God for the graces conferred on the ~just, which graces 36 2, 84 | Lord for a special ~favor conferred on that people, wherefore 37 2, 98 | Matrimony because no grace is ~conferred thereby. But this is not 38 2, 98 | of simony, through having conferred Orders ~simoniacally, or 39 2, 104 | Wherefore if someone has conferred a favor, not as he ought 40 2, 104 | not as he ought to ~have conferred it, the recipient should 41 2, 104 | than if the favor had been conferred ~duly, since in fact the 42 2, 104 | 3: Favors also should be conferred at a convenient time and ~ 43 2, 104 | accruing from the favor conferred, and in the friendship based 44 2, 104 | his turn ~the former has conferred on him. Therefore he that 45 2, 104 | Therefore he that first conferred a ~favor will be bound to 46 2, 104 | praise, chiefly for having conferred the favor gratis ~without 47 2, 105 | that is unaware of a favor conferred on him is not ~ungrateful, 48 2, 127 | things. For since honor ~is conferred on the virtuous, not only 49 2, 145 | baptism, which is solemnly conferred on Easter-eve, on which 50 2, 145 | Church for Holy orders to be conferred every quarter of ~the year ( 51 2, 145 | of Holy ~orders which are conferred at these times.~Aquin.: 52 2, 162 | when He first made man, He conferred on him the favor of being 53 2, 175 | recipients of a divinely conferred grace administer it ~in 54 2, 176 | namely bodily health, is conferred on man in ~addition to the 55 2, 182 | Church the episcopal cure is conferred with the ~solemnity of consecration, 56 3, 22 | Now these effects were conferred on us by the humanity of 57 3, 31 | great was the blessing conferred on Jehu, who wrought vengeance 58 3, 38 | from God?~(3) Whether it conferred grace?~(4) Whether others 59 3, 38 | Therefore the baptism of John conferred ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 60 3, 38 | grace. Therefore ~grace was conferred in the baptism of John.~ 61 3, 38 | head-craftsman. Now grace was to be ~conferred on men through Christ, according 62 3, 38 | one is that which John conferred by ~baptizing, which is 63 3, 38 | because thereby grace was not ~conferred, as stated above (A[3]). 64 3, 38 | baptism of John should be conferred on ~all, old and young, 65 3, 38 | because John's baptism neither conferred grace nor ~imprinted a character, 66 3, 44 | Likewise in an instant He conferred perfect health on the sick. 67 3, 53 | if an ~eternal rising was conferred upon them. Also that saying 68 3, 62 | various kinds of grace are conferred." But if we examine the ~ 69 3, 62 | Bede says that "Our Lord conferred a power of regeneration 70 3, 62 | sacraments of the Old Law conferred grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 71 3, 62 | Therefore circumcision conferred grace; and in like ~manner, 72 3, 62 | sacraments of the Old Law ~conferred sanctifying grace of themselves, 73 3, 62 | according to some, Circumcision conferred no grace, but only remitted ~ 74 3, 62 | by Circumcision grace is conferred, as to the ~privative effects 75 3, 62 | others say that Circumcision conferred grace also as regards a ~ 76 3, 62 | Consequently grace was conferred in Circumcision in so far 77 3, 63 | and of the holy ordination conferred ~by a hierarch." Now a sign 78 3, 63 | sign ~of the grace that is conferred by the sacrament. Now grace 79 3, 63 | invisible grace which is conferred in the sacrament. ~Secondly, 80 3, 64 | his ~own power. But Christ conferred the sacramental effect without 81 3, 64 | Whether the sacraments can be conferred by evil ministers?~Aquin.: 82 3, 64 | the sacraments cannot be conferred by evil ~ministers. For 83 3, 64 | the sacraments ~cannot be conferred by wicked men.~Aquin.: SMT 84 3, 64 | the sacraments cannot be ~conferred by evil men.~Aquin.: SMT 85 3, 64 | refused to recognize Baptism conferred by heretics or schismatics, 86 3, 65 | are greater, which are ~conferred by a greater minister. But 87 3, 65 | Confirmation and ~order are conferred by a bishop only, who is 88 3, 65 | sacraments of the Eucharist ~is conferred. Therefore those sacraments 89 3, 66 | Therefore Baptism should be conferred with fire ~rather than with 90 3, 66 | Therefore Baptism can be conferred with these also; ~and consequently 91 3, 66 | that Baptism ~can also be conferred with blood. And this seems 92 3, 66 | that Baptism cannot ~be conferred with any water; and therefore 93 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 4: Baptism may be conferred with lye and the waters 94 3, 66 | that ~Baptism is valid if conferred in these names.~Aquin.: 95 3, 66 | the sacrament is validly conferred. As to the addition of ~" 96 3, 66 | the sacrament valid if conferred in any other names.~Aquin.: 97 3, 66 | 1~Whether Baptism can be conferred in the name of Christ?~Aquin.: 98 3, 66 | seems that Baptism can be conferred in the name of Christ. For ~ 99 3, 66 | now also can Baptism be ~conferred in the name of Christ.~Aquin.: 100 3, 66 | anointed." But Baptism can be conferred in the name of the Trinity: ~ 101 3, 66 | fashion, yet Baptism can be ~conferred by sprinkling or also by 102 3, 66 | sacrament of Baptism is conferred at the first ~immersion; 103 3, 66 | it seems that ~Baptism is conferred a second or third time. 104 3, 66 | which baptism is said to be conferred by some in the death of ~ 105 3, 66 | commanded Baptism ~to be conferred "in the name of the Father, 106 3, 66 | which is indelible, and ~is conferred with a certain consecration. 107 3, 66 | Fourthly, because Baptism is conferred principally as a remedy 108 3, 66 | Baptism at all, not being conferred in the name of the Trinity." ~ 109 3, 67 | SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM IS CONFERRED (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We have 110 3, 67 | sacrament of Baptism ~is conferred. And concerning this there 111 3, 67 | wherefore ~baptism should be conferred by priests having charge 112 3, 67 | due form, it ~should be conferred by a priest having charge 113 3, 67 | sacrament of Baptism is not conferred. ~And thus is to be explained 114 3, 67 | of Baptism would not be conferred, because ~the form of the 115 3, 68 | for this end is Baptism ~conferred on a man, that being regenerated 116 3, 68 | seems that Baptism should be conferred not at once, but delayed 117 3, 68 | therefore Baptism should not be conferred on ~adults as soon as they 118 3, 68 | sacrament of Baptism should be conferred, ~since it is instituted 119 3, 68 | of ~Baptism should not be conferred. First, indeed, because 120 3, 68 | of Baptism is not to be conferred.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 121 3, 68 | of ~Baptism is not to be conferred save on those in whom there 122 3, 68 | of Baptism is not to be conferred on ~a man who is unwilling 123 3, 68 | the sacrament if it be conferred on him, though not unto 124 3, 69 | effects of virtue which are conferred by Baptism?~(6) Whether 125 3, 70 | circumcision should have been conferred on ~the head rather than 126 3, 70 | some said that no grace was conferred, and that the ~only effect 127 3, 70 | others said that grace was conferred in circumcision, also ~as 128 3, 70 | Baptism, in which grace is conferred ~more copiously.~ 129 3, 72 | Confirmation, which ~is conferred only by a minister of excellence, 130 3, 72 | power in the sacraments is conferred by the sacrament of order: ~ 131 3, 72 | passive or receptive power is conferred by the sacrament of ~Baptism. 132 3, 72 | this sacrament that it be conferred by ~a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT 133 3, 72 | this sacrament that it be ~conferred by a bishop.~Aquin.: SMT 134 3, 73 | sacraments for grace to be conferred by them, ~which the name " 135 3, 74 | sacrament. But Baptism can be conferred with any kind of ~water. 136 3, 81 | received, ~nor from the honor conferred on him."~Aquin.: SMT TP 137 3, 82 | Further, as Baptism is conferred by a minister through the 138 3, 82 | Baptism is no better when conferred by a better ~priest, as 139 3, 82 | Baptism alone is allowed to be conferred by heretics, and ~schismatics, 140 3, 83 | Holy orders ~have to be conferred, and still more on Holy 141 3, 84 | God." But Penance is not conferred by the ministers of Christ, 142 3, 84 | contrary, As Baptism is conferred that we may be cleansed 143 3, 84 | proportion of a human act, is conferred, some corporeal matter is ~ 144 3, 84 | fulness of the Holy Ghost is ~conferred; and in the sacrament of 145 3, 87 | exception, wherein grace is conferred, venial sins are remitted. ~ 146 3, 88 | in so far as the favor conferred ~by God in forgiving those 147 3, 90 | OBJ 2: Further, grace is conferred in the sacraments of the 148 3, 90 | AA[1],3). But no grace is conferred in satisfaction. ~Therefore 149 Suppl, 8 | 26), by ~whomsoever it is conferred: and so when once a man 150 Suppl, 8 | hallowing of which grace may be conferred. Consequently ~although 151 Suppl, 8 | of death, Baptism can be conferred ~not only by a strange priest, 152 Suppl, 17| For the spiritual power conferred in a sacrament is the same ~ 153 Suppl, 17| All spiritual power is conferred by some kind of ~consecration. 154 Suppl, 17| are given when orders are conferred. But ~knowledge is not always 155 Suppl, 18| when the sacraments are conferred, without the ~sacraments 156 Suppl, 18| guilt when the ~sacrament is conferred. Thirdly, by signifying 157 Suppl, 18| of the effect of Baptism conferred ~on one who has already 158 Suppl, 18| the power of the keys was conferred on Peter (Mt. 16:19) mention ~ 159 Suppl, 19| punishment for sin was conferred on them, as related in Lev. 160 Suppl, 19| 2: Further, the keys are conferred on priests when by being 161 Suppl, 19| act: this blessing can be conferred by any holy ~person in whom 162 Suppl, 19| aforesaid, for, since it is only conferred with ~orders, they would 163 Suppl, 24| spiritual things are not conferred on anyone against his will. 164 Suppl, 26| in virtue of the power ~conferred on the prelates of the Church. 165 Suppl, 29| 4) on whom should it be ~conferred and in what parts; (5) Its 166 Suppl, 29| Extreme Unction could not be conferred by one ~minister: thus if 167 Suppl, 29| of the plenitude of grace conferred ~in them, could not be instituted 168 Suppl, 29| of ~Baptism, which can be conferred by all, should be expressed 169 Suppl, 30| Now this ~sacrament is conferred by way of a kind of medicament, 170 Suppl, 30| medicament, even as Baptism is ~conferred by way of washing, and the 171 Suppl, 31| Therefore this ~sacrament can be conferred even by lay people.~Aquin.: 172 Suppl, 31| sacrament whereby ~grace is conferred can be given by a deacon 173 Suppl, 32| SHOULD THIS SACRAMENT BE CONFERRED AND ON WHAT PART OF THE 174 Suppl, 32| this sacrament should be conferred and on ~what part of the 175 Suppl, 32| this sacrament should be conferred on those who are in good ~ 176 Suppl, 32| 2) Whether it should be conferred in any kind of sickness?~( 177 Suppl, 32| 3) Whether it should be conferred on madmen and imbeciles?~( 178 Suppl, 32| this sacrament ought to be conferred on those who are in good ~ 179 Suppl, 32| this sacrament should be conferred even on ~those who are in 180 Suppl, 32| this sacrament should be conferred on ~them also.~Aquin.: SMT 181 Suppl, 32| this sacrament should be conferred on them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 182 Suppl, 32| sacrament should not be conferred on those who are not subjects 183 Suppl, 32| spiritual health can be conferred by this sacrament on those ~ 184 Suppl, 32| than this. Now Baptism is ~conferred on mad people as stated 185 Suppl, 34| whereby spiritual power is conferred on the person ordained." 186 Suppl, 34| Although in Baptism there is conferred a spiritual power to ~receive 187 Suppl, 34| else than a sanctification conferred on man with some outward ~ 188 Suppl, 34| orders a consecration is conferred on ~man by visible signs, 189 Suppl, 34| material ~element, it is not conferred without some material element.~ 190 Suppl, 34| consists chiefly in the power conferred. ~Now power is conferred 191 Suppl, 34| conferred. ~Now power is conferred by power, as like proceeds 192 Suppl, 34| rather than ~the others, is conferred by employing the imperative 193 Suppl, 34| power to do ~something is conferred; and so it is fitting that 194 Suppl, 34| office or power to act is conferred, and so no mention ~of reward 195 Suppl, 34| fulness of sevenfold grace is ~conferred, as stated in the text ( 196 Suppl, 34| sacrament; whereas that which is conferred in ~this sacrament, namely 197 Suppl, 34| employed to show the ~powers conferred in particular by one who 198 Suppl, 35| Whether sanctifying grace is conferred in the sacrament of Order?~( 199 Suppl, 35| Whether sanctifying grace is conferred in the sacrament of Order?~ 200 Suppl, 35| sanctifying grace is not conferred in the ~sacrament of Order. 201 Suppl, 35| sacrament of ~Order cannot be conferred without it. On the other 202 Suppl, 36| sacrament ought also to be conferred on sinners.~Aquin.: SMT 203 Suppl, 37| Since the consecration conferred in the sacrament of ~orders 204 Suppl, 38| the episcopal ~power is conferred by consecration, it must 205 Suppl, 39| some spiritual power is conferred from above; with ~this difference, 206 Suppl, 40| the greater Orders are not conferred except on Saturdays [*The ~ 207 Suppl, 40| a higher power cannot be conferred by a lower, nor equal ~by 208 Suppl, 42| Therefore grace is not conferred therein.~Aquin.: SMT XP 209 Suppl, 42| would seem that grace is not conferred in matrimony, as a ~remedy 210 Suppl, 42| grace. Therefore grace is conferred therein.~Aquin.: SMT XP 211 Suppl, 42| 26] said that grace is ~conferred therein as regards the withdrawal 212 Suppl, 56| for which reason it is not conferred on women, ~and consequently 213 Suppl, 63| Therefore no sacrament is conferred therein.~Aquin.: SMT XP 214 Suppl, 71| and ~things of this kind conferred something on the dead. Therefore


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