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baptist 36
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baptizatur 1
baptize 202
baptized 661
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203 innocence
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202 contraries
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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baptize

    Part, Question
1 2, 10 | injustice is committed if they baptize them against their ~parents' 2 2, 10 | custom of the ~Church to baptize the children of the Jews 3 2, 98 | priest were ~unwilling to baptize a dying child without being 4 2, 98 | of necessity anyone may baptize. And since nowise ~ought 5 2, 98 | the priest be unwilling to baptize without being ~paid, one 6 2, 98 | in such a ~case, lawfully baptize it, or cause it to be baptized 7 2, 98 | priest were unwilling to baptize him ~without being paid, 8 2, 185 | the apostles, to preach, baptize, give communion, pray for ~ 9 3, 38 | fitting that John should baptize?~(2) Whether that baptism 10 3, 38 | fitting that John should baptize?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 11 3, 38 | fitting that John should baptize. ~For every sacramental 12 3, 38 | unfitting that John ~should baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 13 3, 38 | was fitting for John to baptize, for four reasons: ~first, 14 3, 38 | that ~therefore did John baptize, "that, being consistent 15 3, 38 | precede Him who was about to baptize."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 16 3, 38 | 33): "He who sent me to baptize ~with water said to me: ' 17 3, 38 | Holy Ghost sent John to baptize. But the effect of that 18 3, 38 | written ~(Mt. 3:11): "I baptize you in water; but . . . 19 3, 38 | water; but . . . He shall baptize you in ~the Holy Ghost." 20 3, 38 | written (Mt. 3:11): "I indeed baptize you in ~water unto penance." 21 3, 38 | preach, saying: "He will baptize you in the Holy Ghost."~ 22 3, 38 | should not have continued to baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 23 3, 38 | baptizing." But ~Christ did not baptize before being baptized. Therefore 24 3, 38 | that ~John continued to baptize after Christ had been baptized.~ 25 3, 38 | if John had ceased to baptize" when Christ had been baptized, ~" 26 3, 38 | Secondly, if he ~had ceased to baptize when Christ baptized, "he 27 3, 38 | because, by continuing ~to baptize, "he sent his hearers to 28 3, 38 | 4:2) that "Jesus did not baptize, but His ~disciples." Therefore 29 3, 38 | that afterwards Christ did baptize John." Moreover, he asserts 30 3, 39 | fitting that John should baptize Him before ~baptizing anyone 31 3, 39 | fitting that he ~should baptize Him last. For as he (Chrysostom) 32 3, 39 | according to Mt. 3:11: "He shall baptize you in the Holy ~Ghost." 33 3, 60 | cool: but when we say, "I baptize thee," it is clear that 34 3, 60 | commanded His disciples to baptize under a form of ~determinate 35 3, 60 | others: thus the Latins baptize under ~this form: "I baptize 36 3, 60 | baptize under ~this form: "I baptize thee in the name of the 37 3, 60 | If anyone ~attempt to baptize in such a way as to omit 38 3, 60 | if one were to say: "I baptize thee in the ~name of the 39 3, 60 | if one were to say, "I baptize thee in the name ~of the 40 3, 60 | if ~one were to say, "I baptize thee in the name of the 41 3, 60 | if one were to say, "I baptize thee in the name of ~the 42 3, 60 | true if the intention be to baptize in the name of the ~Blessed 43 3, 64 | 33): "He, ~Who sent me to baptize in water, said to me: He 44 3, 64 | the Holy Ghost." But to baptize with the Holy Ghost is to 45 3, 64 | even a lay person might baptize, he ~would not sin in baptizing. 46 3, 64 | for instance the words, "I baptize thee in the name of the ~ 47 3, 64 | if, when a priest goes to baptize someone, ~he intends to 48 3, 64 | instance, if someone were ~to baptize anybody not seriously but 49 3, 64 | instance, if somebody were to ~baptize a man in order to kill him 50 3, 64 | a priest may intend to baptize a ~woman so as to be able 51 3, 66 | form of this sacrament: "I baptize thee ~in the name of the 52 3, 66 | 6) Whether one could baptize with this form: "I baptize 53 3, 66 | baptize with this form: "I baptize thee in the ~name of Christ?"~( 54 3, 66 | element, when we say: "I baptize thee," etc.~Aquin.: SMT 55 3, 66 | Baptism (Mt. 3:11): "He shall baptize you in the ~Holy Ghost and 56 3, 66 | find it said: "He shall baptize you in the Holy Ghost and ~ 57 3, 66 | suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize thee in the name ~of the 58 3, 66 | suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize ~thee in the name of the 59 3, 66 | the minister to say, "I baptize thee": the more ~so that " 60 3, 66 | in the word "baptizo" [I baptize], so ~that it seems redundant.~ 61 3, 66 | baptized with these words: "I baptize thee."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 62 3, 66 | number in the words, "I baptize ~thee": but one should be 63 3, 66 | should be able to say, "We baptize you."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] 64 3, 66 | designated by the ~words, "I baptize thee"; and the principal 65 3, 66 | suitable form of Baptism: "I baptize thee in the name of the ~ 66 3, 66 | baptizing, in the ~words, "I baptize thee"; indeed, our Lord 67 3, 66 | Ghost": for Christ does not baptize without the Father and the 68 3, 66 | Amen, without saying, I baptize thee in the name of the ~ 69 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 4: Several cannot baptize one at the same time: because 70 3, 66 | action, they could not both baptize at the same ~time, one saying 71 3, 66 | in that case, to say: "I baptize ye." ~Nor would this be 72 3, 66 | change of form to say, "I baptize myself": ~consequently no 73 3, 66 | consequently no one can baptize himself. For this reason 74 3, 66 | by ~using this form: "I baptize thee in the name of Christ."~ 75 3, 66 | without any hesitation ~baptize them again in the name of 76 3, 66 | so foreign to faith as to baptize ~while omitting one of the 77 3, 66 | although it is safer to baptize by ~immersion, because this 78 3, 66 | Trinity, so is it essential to baptize by trine immersion.~Aquin.: 79 3, 66 | any way reprehensible to baptize an infant with either a 80 3, 66 | this reason they did not baptize in the ~name of the Trinity, 81 3, 66 | for our Lord did not say, "Baptize ye in ~My death," but "In 82 3, 66 | Cataphrygians used not to baptize in ~the name of the Trinity. 83 3, 66 | thou art not baptized, I baptize thee,' etc.: for that does 84 3, 67 | it belongs to a deacon to baptize?~(2) Whether this belongs 85 3, 67 | an unbaptized person can baptize?~(6) Whether several can 86 3, 67 | several can at the same time baptize one and the same person?~( 87 3, 67 | part of a deacon's duty to baptize?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 88 3, 67 | part of a deacon's duty to baptize. Because ~the duties of 89 3, 67 | part of a deacon's duty to ~baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 90 3, 67 | belongs to a deacon to ~baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 91 3, 67 | it belongs to deacons to ~baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 92 3, 67 | priest they must not dare ~to baptize, except in cases of extreme 93 3, 67 | deacons are ~allowed to baptize in cases of urgency when 94 3, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to baptize is part of the priestly 95 3, 67 | OBJ 1: It seems that to baptize is not part of the priestly 96 3, 67 | Hier. v, vi). Therefore to baptize ~also belongs to the episcopal 97 3, 67 | Therefore it seems that to baptize ~belongs exclusively to 98 3, 67 | reason is there why to ~baptize should belong exclusively 99 3, 67 | proper office of a priest to baptize: since it ~seems to belong 100 3, 67 | Christ ~sent me not to baptize, but to preach the Gospel." 101 3, 67 | our Lord Himself did not baptize, but His ~disciples, as 102 3, 67 | this that ~bishops cannot baptize; since what a lower power 103 3, 67 | officials of the Church ~to baptize, namely, the priests, who 104 3, 67 | 1/1~Whether a layman can baptize?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 105 3, 67 | seems that a layman cannot baptize. Because, as stated above ~( 106 3, 67 | stated above ~(A[2]), to baptize belongs properly to the 107 3, 67 | who has no orders, cannot ~baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 108 3, 67 | it is a greater thing to baptize, than to perform the ~other 109 3, 67 | that much less can laymen ~baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 110 3, 67 | Neither, ~therefore, can he baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 111 3, 67 | for Christian laymen to baptize, in cases of urgent ~necessity."~ 112 3, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To baptize belongs to the priestly 113 3, 67 | Consequently, if a layman were to baptize even outside a case ~of 114 3, 67 | whose office it is to ~baptize solemnly.~Aquin.: SMT TP 115 3, 67 | 1/1~Whether a woman can baptize?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 116 3, 67 | seems that a woman cannot baptize. For we read in the acts 117 3, 67 | men in the church, or to baptize." But in ~no case is a woman 118 3, 67 | circumstances permitted to baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 119 3, 67 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to baptize belongs to those having 120 3, 67 | Therefore a woman cannot baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 121 3, 67 | Therefore a woman cannot baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 122 3, 67 | Consequently, just as a ~layman can baptize, as Christ's minister, so 123 3, 67 | 11:3), a woman should not baptize if a man be ~available for 124 3, 67 | The last, ~however, can baptize in the presence of a bishop, 125 3, 67 | she is not permitted to ~baptize publicly and solemnly, and 126 3, 67 | solemnly, and yet she can baptize in a case of ~urgency.~Aquin.: 127 3, 67 | urgency, when a ~woman may baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 128 3, 67 | either man or woman can baptize in a case of urgency.~Aquin.: 129 3, 67 | however, a woman were to baptize without any urgency for 130 3, 67 | whether ~even those can baptize who were never Christians; 131 3, 67 | of Baptism, provided they baptize in the form of the Church. ~ 132 3, 67 | an unbaptized person can ~baptize in a case of urgency. So 133 3, 67 | two unbaptized persons may baptize ~one another, one baptizing 134 3, 67 | Consequently, the unbaptized can baptize: ~because, as Pope Nicolas 135 3, 67 | unbaptized person should baptize rather ~than that he should 136 3, 67 | 1/1~Whether several can baptize at the same time?~Aquin.: 137 3, 67 | It seems that several can baptize at the same time. For unity 138 3, 67 | could draw. But one man can baptize. Therefore several, too, ~ 139 3, 67 | Therefore several, too, ~can baptize one at the same time.~Aquin.: 140 3, 67 | on one. But one man can ~baptize several at the same time. 141 3, 67 | more, therefore, can many baptize ~one at the same time.~Aquin.: 142 3, 67 | necessary for several to baptize one at the same ~time; for 143 3, 67 | it seems that several can baptize one at the same time.~Aquin.: 144 3, 67 | therefore, several were to baptize one, it seems to follow 145 3, 67 | Consequently, if several were to baptize one at the same time, we 146 3, 67 | For were they to say: "We baptize thee ~in the name of the 147 3, 67 | not be observed, i.e. "I baptize thee in the ~name of the 148 3, 67 | use, than does this: "We baptize thee."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 149 3, 67 | that by this form, "We ~baptize thee," the intention expressed 150 3, 67 | minister; for a man does not baptize save as a minister of Christ, 151 3, 67 | if each were to say: "I baptize thee in the name of ~the 152 3, 67 | where both were striving to baptize ~someone; and then it is 153 3, 67 | however great his ~right to baptize, if he presume to utter 154 3, 67 | because each would intend to baptize an unbaptized person, ~and 155 3, 67 | as he is concerned, would baptize. Nor would they confer ~ 156 3, 67 | own ~power. But men do not baptize by their own, but by Christ' 157 3, 67 | case of necessity one could baptize several at the ~same time 158 3, 67 | time under this form: "I baptize ye": for instance, if they 159 3, 67 | neither could he say: "I baptize thee": since ~he dips not, 160 3, 67 | Nor could they say: "We baptize ~thee": since neither baptizes. 161 3, 67 | necessity one alone can baptize with ~water.~Aquin.: SMT 162 3, 68 | thou art not baptized, I baptize thee."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 163 3, 68 | Consequently it became necessary to baptize children, that, as in birth ~ 164 3, 68 | it would be dangerous to baptize the children of ~unbelievers; 165 3, 68 | custom of the Church to baptize the children of unbelievers 166 3, 68 | thereof, we should not baptize an infant whose mother, 167 3, 68 | thou art not baptized, ~I baptize thee," etc.~Aquin.: SMT 168 3, 68 | But it is not customary to baptize ~people while they sleep. 169 3, 71 | Lord bade His disciples ~to baptize, He made teaching to precede 170 3, 72 | expressed ~in the words: "I baptize thee, whereas the contrary 171 3, 72 | 3~But in the very word "baptize," which signifies "to cleanse," 172 3, 72 | Christ "Himself ~did not baptize, but His disciples." Yet 173 3, 72 | have servants by ~whom to baptize others."~Aquin.: SMT TP 174 3, 72 | even without orders, can ~baptize. Therefore it is not essential 175 3, 78 | expressed, when it is said, "I baptize thee." But in the words 176 3, 78 | as when it ~is said, "I baptize thee," or "I confirm thee," 177 3, 82 | But a layman can also baptize, as was stated above (Q[ 178 3, 82 | although a layman can ~baptize in case of necessity, he 179 3, 82 | cannot at the ~same time baptize one individual. But the 180 3, 82 | himself: for no one can baptize himself, as stated above ~( 181 3, 82 | consequently no one can baptize himself, because the same ~ 182 3, 82 | because they can lawfully baptize in case of necessity; but ~ 183 3, 82 | Eucharist, so it is likewise to baptize and administer the ~other 184 3, 84 | words of Christ, says: "I baptize ~thee." Therefore on the 185 3, 84 | the form of Baptism is: "I baptize thee," and the form of ~ 186 3, 84 | priest while saying: "I baptize thee," has to perform a 187 3, 84 | Himself, because He "did not ~baptize" as a rule, "but His disciples" 188 Suppl, 8 | Baptism, since anyone can baptize, if a ~layman has baptized, 189 Suppl, 8 | one whose duty it is to baptize, in virtue of his office, 190 Suppl, 8 | the apostles, may ~preach, baptize, give communion, pray for 191 Suppl, 19| his authority, yet he can baptize ~and consecrate, albeit 192 Suppl, 29| This is My body" or "I baptize thee." Therefore the form 193 Suppl, 31| sacrament: and that ~they can baptize in cases of necessity, is 194 Suppl, 31| speaking. But deacons can baptize, as instanced by the ~Blessed 195 Suppl, 31| are deacons ~competent to baptize in virtue of their office.~~ 196 Suppl, 36| instance if they were to ~baptize in a case of urgency, or 197 Suppl, 38| means loses the power to baptize. Neither therefore ~does 198 Suppl, 45| secretly, ~since one may baptize either privately or publicly. 199 Suppl, 51| baptism. Now if one were to baptize John, thinking ~to baptize 200 Suppl, 51| baptize John, thinking ~to baptize Peter, John would be baptized 201 Suppl, 56| represents: although he can baptize, because he is a creature 202 Suppl, 57| versa," since a ~youth can baptize an old man and "vice versa."


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