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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mission

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1 1, 23 | sometimes denotes a real mission of someone to ~a given end; 2 1, 23 | in another sense for a mission which a ~person conceives 3 1, 42 | secondly, with regard to mission. ~Concerning the first there 4 1, 43 | 43] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE MISSION OF THE DIVINE PERSONS (EIGHT 5 1, 43 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the mission of the divine persons, concerning 6 1, 43 | to be sent?~(2) Whether mission is eternal, or only temporal?~( 7 1, 43 | 6) To whom the invisible mission is directed?~(7) Of the 8 1, 43 | directed?~(7) Of the visible mission~(8) Whether any person sends 9 1, 43 | answer that, the notion of mission includes two things: the 10 1, 43 | there ~hitherto. Thus the mission of a divine person is a 11 1, 43 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Mission implies inferiority in the 12 1, 43 | however, has no place in the ~mission of a divine person; for 13 1, 43 | where He was. Hence such a mission takes place without a separation, 14 1, 43 | objection rests on the idea of mission according to ~local motion, 15 1, 43 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether mission is eternal, or only temporal?~ 16 1, 43 | OBJ 1: It would seem that mission can be eternal. For Gregory 17 1, 43 | generation is eternal. Therefore mission is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 43 | not changed. Therefore the mission of a divine ~person is not 19 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, mission implies procession. But 20 1, 43 | persons is eternal. Therefore mission is also eternal.~Aquin.: 21 1, 43 | relation to ~the principle, as "mission" and "giving." For a thing 22 1, 43 | 2] Body Para. 2/2~Hence "mission" and "giving" have only 23 1, 43 | according to His visible mission, or likewise by ~dwelling 24 1, 43 | according to His invisible mission.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 25 1, 43 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mission signifies not only procession 26 1, 43 | of the procession. Hence mission is ~only temporal. Or we 27 1, 43 | 1~Whether the invisible mission of the divine person is 28 1, 43 | seem that the invisible mission of the divine person is ~ 29 1, 43 | creature's sanctification." But mission is a ~temporal procession. 30 1, 43 | grace, it follows that the mission of the divine person is ~ 31 1, 43 | Himself; and so the invisible mission takes ~place according to 32 1, 43 | notions and persons. But mission does not signify any person; ~ 33 1, 43 | answer that, The very idea of mission means procession from another, ~ 34 1, 43 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mission, meaning procession from 35 1, 43 | invisibly. For invisible mission of the divine person is 36 1, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the mission of the divine person is 37 1, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the mission of the divine person is 38 1, 43 | of which we speak of the mission of the Son. Hence Augustine 39 1, 43 | gift of charity: hence the mission of the Holy Ghost is according 40 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Since mission implies the origin of the 41 1, 43 | A[1]), if we speak of ~mission according to origin, in 42 1, 43 | in this sense the Son's mission is ~distinguished from the 43 1, 43 | distinguished from the mission of the Holy Ghost, as generation 44 1, 43 | procession. If we consider mission as regards the ~effect of 45 1, 43 | it is manifest that one mission cannot be without the ~other, 46 1, 43 | 1 ~Whether the invisible mission is to all who participate 47 1, 43 | seem that the invisible mission is not to all who ~participate 48 1, 43 | them was made no invisible mission; for it is said (Jn. ~7: 49 1, 43 | Therefore the invisible mission is not to all partakers 50 1, 43 | grace. But the invisible ~mission is not according to progress 51 1, 43 | decreases; and thus ~the mission would be continuous. Therefore 52 1, 43 | Therefore the invisible mission is not ~to all who share 53 1, 43 | fullness of grace. But ~mission is not to them, for mission 54 1, 43 | mission is not to them, for mission implies distance, whereas 55 1, 43 | Therefore the ~invisible mission is not to all sharers in 56 1, 43 | said that the invisible mission is sent to them. Therefore 57 1, 43 | Therefore the ~invisible mission is not to all that have 58 1, 43 | xv, 27), the ~invisible mission is for the creature's sanctification. 59 1, 43 | Therefore the invisible mission is ~to every such creature.~ 60 1, 43 | above stated (AA[3],4,5), mission in its very meaning ~implies 61 1, 43 | new way, in which sense mission is ascribed to the divine ~ 62 1, 43 | the divine ~persons. Thus, mission as regards the one to whom 63 1, 43 | grace. Thus the ~invisible mission is sent to all in whom are 64 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 1: The invisible mission was directed to the Old 65 1, 43 | 20), that the ~invisible mission of the Son "is in man and 66 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: The invisible mission takes place also as regards 67 1, 43 | to Him." ~Such invisible mission, however, chiefly occurs 68 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 3: The invisible mission is directed to the blessed 69 1, 43 | beatitude. The invisible mission is made to them ~subsequently, 70 1, 43 | To Christ the invisible mission was sent at the first moment 71 1, 43 | the ~passive object. But mission is only spoken of as directed 72 1, 43 | to its term. ~Hence the mission of the divine person is 73 1, 43 | 2: Further, the visible mission takes place by way of union 74 1, 43 | visible creature, as the Son's mission according to the flesh. 75 1, 43 | at ~all, or His visible mission takes place in all these 76 1, 43 | manifesting the invisible mission; as invisible things ~are 77 1, 43 | those to whom the invisible mission was ~not sent, ought not 78 1, 43 | not to receive the visible mission; and to all who ~received 79 1, 43 | received the invisible mission, whether in the New or in 80 1, 43 | Testament, the visible mission ought likewise to be sent; 81 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: The visible mission of the Holy Ghost does not 82 1, 43 | away." Thus the visible mission is neither ~displayed by 83 1, 43 | above. Thus the visible mission of the Son was necessarily 84 1, 43 | necessary that the invisible mission should ~always be made manifest 85 1, 43 | Thus in a special sense, a mission of the Holy Ghost was directed 86 1, 43 | however, that the visible ~mission made to Christ should show 87 1, 43 | show forth the invisible mission made to ~Him, not at that 88 1, 43 | conception. The visible mission was directed to Christ at 89 1, 43 | 5). To the apostles the mission was directed in the form 90 1, 43 | Acts 2:4). The visible mission of the Holy ~Ghost was fittingly 91 1, 43 | Testament, because ~the visible mission of the Son was to be accomplished 92 1, 43 | effect, applicable to the ~mission of the divine person. Thus 93 1, 43 | the effect implied in the mission, in that sense the whole ~ 94 1, 42 | secondly, with regard to mission. ~Concerning the first there 95 1, 43 | 43] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE MISSION OF THE DIVINE PERSONS (EIGHT 96 1, 43 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the mission of the divine persons, concerning 97 1, 43 | to be sent?~(2) Whether mission is eternal, or only temporal?~( 98 1, 43 | 6) To whom the invisible mission is directed?~(7) Of the 99 1, 43 | directed?~(7) Of the visible mission~(8) Whether any person sends 100 1, 43 | answer that, the notion of mission includes two things: the 101 1, 43 | there ~hitherto. Thus the mission of a divine person is a 102 1, 43 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Mission implies inferiority in the 103 1, 43 | however, has no place in the ~mission of a divine person; for 104 1, 43 | where He ~was. Hence such a mission takes place without a separation, 105 1, 43 | objection rests on the idea of mission according to ~local motion, 106 1, 43 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether mission is eternal, or only temporal?~ 107 1, 43 | OBJ 1: It would seem that mission can be eternal. For Gregory 108 1, 43 | generation is eternal. Therefore mission is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT 109 1, 43 | not changed. Therefore the mission of a divine ~person is not 110 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, mission implies procession. But 111 1, 43 | persons is eternal. Therefore mission is also eternal.~Aquin.: 112 1, 43 | relation to ~the principle, as "mission" and "giving." For a thing 113 1, 43 | 2] Body Para. 2/2~Hence "mission" and "giving" have only 114 1, 43 | according to His visible mission, or likewise by ~dwelling 115 1, 43 | according to His invisible mission.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 116 1, 43 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mission signifies not only procession 117 1, 43 | of the procession. Hence mission is ~only temporal. Or we 118 1, 43 | 1~Whether the invisible mission of the divine person is 119 1, 43 | seem that the invisible mission of the divine person is ~ 120 1, 43 | creature's sanctification." But mission is a ~temporal procession. 121 1, 43 | grace, it follows that the mission of the divine person is ~ 122 1, 43 | Himself; and so the invisible mission takes ~place according to 123 1, 43 | notions and persons. But mission does not signify any person; ~ 124 1, 43 | answer that, The very idea of mission means procession from another, ~ 125 1, 43 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mission, meaning procession from 126 1, 43 | invisibly. For invisible mission of the divine person is 127 1, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the mission of the divine person is 128 1, 43 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the mission of the divine person is 129 1, 43 | of which we speak of the mission of the Son. Hence Augustine 130 1, 43 | gift of charity: hence the mission of the Holy Ghost is according 131 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Since mission implies the origin of the 132 1, 43 | A[1]), if we speak of ~mission according to origin, in 133 1, 43 | in this sense the Son's mission is ~distinguished from the 134 1, 43 | distinguished from the mission of the Holy Ghost, as generation 135 1, 43 | procession. If we consider mission as regards the ~effect of 136 1, 43 | it is manifest that one mission cannot be without the ~other, 137 1, 43 | 1 ~Whether the invisible mission is to all who participate 138 1, 43 | seem that the invisible mission is not to all who ~participate 139 1, 43 | them was made no invisible mission; for it is said (Jn. ~7: 140 1, 43 | Therefore the invisible mission is not to all partakers 141 1, 43 | grace. But the invisible ~mission is not according to progress 142 1, 43 | decreases; and thus ~the mission would be continuous. Therefore 143 1, 43 | Therefore the invisible mission is not ~to all who share 144 1, 43 | fullness of grace. But ~mission is not to them, for mission 145 1, 43 | mission is not to them, for mission implies distance, whereas 146 1, 43 | Therefore the ~invisible mission is not to all sharers in 147 1, 43 | said that the invisible mission is sent to them. Therefore 148 1, 43 | Therefore the ~invisible mission is not to all that have 149 1, 43 | xv, 27), the ~invisible mission is for the creature's sanctification. 150 1, 43 | Therefore the invisible mission is ~to every such creature.~ 151 1, 43 | above stated (AA[3],4,5), mission in its very meaning ~implies 152 1, 43 | new way, in which sense mission is ascribed to the divine ~ 153 1, 43 | the divine ~persons. Thus, mission as regards the one to whom 154 1, 43 | grace. Thus the ~invisible mission is sent to all in whom are 155 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 1: The invisible mission was directed to the Old 156 1, 43 | 20), that the ~invisible mission of the Son "is in man and 157 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: The invisible mission takes place also as regards 158 1, 43 | to Him." ~Such invisible mission, however, chiefly occurs 159 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 3: The invisible mission is directed to the blessed 160 1, 43 | beatitude. The invisible mission is made to them ~subsequently, 161 1, 43 | To Christ the invisible mission was sent at the first moment 162 1, 43 | the ~passive object. But mission is only spoken of as directed 163 1, 43 | to its term. ~Hence the mission of the divine person is 164 1, 43 | 2: Further, the visible mission takes place by way of union 165 1, 43 | visible creature, as the Son's mission according to the flesh. 166 1, 43 | at ~all, or His visible mission takes place in all these 167 1, 43 | manifesting the invisible mission; as invisible things ~are 168 1, 43 | those to whom the invisible mission was ~not sent, ought not 169 1, 43 | not to receive the visible mission; and to all who ~received 170 1, 43 | received the invisible mission, whether in the New or in 171 1, 43 | Testament, the visible mission ought likewise to be sent; 172 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: The visible mission of the Holy Ghost does not 173 1, 43 | away." Thus the visible mission is neither ~displayed by 174 1, 43 | above. Thus the visible mission of the ~Son was necessarily 175 1, 43 | necessary that the invisible mission should ~always be made manifest 176 1, 43 | Thus in a special sense, a mission of the Holy Ghost was directed 177 1, 43 | however, that the visible ~mission made to Christ should show 178 1, 43 | show forth the invisible mission made to ~Him, not at that 179 1, 43 | conception. The visible mission was directed to Christ at 180 1, 43 | 5). To the apostles the mission was directed in the form 181 1, 43 | Acts 2:4). The visible mission of the Holy ~Ghost was fittingly 182 1, 43 | Testament, because ~the visible mission of the Son was to be accomplished 183 1, 43 | effect, applicable to the ~mission of the divine person. Thus 184 1, 43 | the effect implied in the mission, in that sense the whole ~ 185 1, 111 | 112] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE MISSION OF THE ANGELS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 186 1, 111 | ARTICLES)~We next consider the mission of the angels. Under this 187 1, 111 | of ministry. ~For every mission is to some determinate place. 188 1, 111 | 1]), in treating of the mission of the Divine ~Persons, 189 1, 112 | thus it seems that the mission of the angels is directed 190 2, 2 | of Persons. Moreover the mission of the Divine ~Persons brings 191 2, 183 | disciples in reference to the mission on which they were sent 192 3, 3 | suffice for the nature ~of mission.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[6] 193 3, 7 | mind by ~charity. Now the mission of the Son is prior, in 194 3, 7 | order of nature, to ~the mission of the Holy Ghost, even 195 3, 7 | according to which the mission of the Son took place, is 196 3, 7 | according to which the mission of ~the Holy Ghost takes 197 3, 32 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The mission refers to the Person assuming, 198 3, 32 | Ghost. And therefore, though mission ~and conception are in the 199 3, 32 | consideration of them, mission is attributed to the Father, 200 3, 39 | our baptism no ~visible mission of the Holy Ghost takes 201 3, 39 | neither should a ~visible mission of the Holy Ghost have taken 202 3, 39 | Reply OBJ 1: The visible mission adds something to the apparition, 203 Suppl, 29| be instituted before the mission of the Holy Ghost in ~perfect 204 Suppl, 29| His Passion, promised the mission ~of the Holy Ghost in His


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