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" Himself, instituted this vocation, and persuaded men while still abiding in the flesh to represent the ministry of angels. Wherefore the consecrated priest ought to be as pure as if he were standing in the heavens themselves in the midst of those powers. "
On the Priesthood: In Six Books - Page 61
by Saint John Chrysostom - 1866 - 218 pages
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The six books on the priesthood, tr. by F.W. Hohler

John (st, Chrysostom.) - 1837
...office is executed here upon earth, but is classed with heavenly things, and deservedly so. For neither man, nor angel, nor archangel, nor any other created power, but the Paraclete himself hath arranged this institution, and counselled men, while in the flesh, to imitate the ministry of...
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The Inquirer

Religion
...executed here upon earth ; but it is classed with heavenly things, and deservedly so : for neither man, nor angel, nor archangel, nor any other created power, but the Paraclete himself hath arranged this institution, and counselled men, while in the flesh, to imitate the ministry of...
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Probatio clerica; or, Aids in self-examination to candidates for holy orders

William Edward Heygate - 1845
...office is executed here upon earth, but is classed with heavenly things, and deservedly so. For neither man, nor angel, nor archangel, nor any other created power, but the Paraclete himself hath arranged this institution, and counselled men, while in the flesh, to imitate the ministry of...
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Early Christian Literature Primers, Volume 3

George Anson Jackson - Fathers of the church - 1883
...you may receive me also into your eternal tabernacle if I am in danger at that day." EXTRACTS. i. " The priestly office is discharged upon earth, but...make manifest the ministry of angels. Wherefore it behooves him that is consecrated to be pure as one who stands in heaven itself among those powers....
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A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian ...

Christian literature, Early - 1889
...indeed discharged on earth, but it ranks amongst heavenly ordinances; and very naturally so: for neither man, nor angel, nor archangel, nor any other created...power, but the Paraclete Himself, instituted this vocation, and persuaded men while still abiding in the flesh to represent the ministry of angels. Wherefore...
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The Christian Democracy: A History of Its Suppression and Revival

John McDowell Leavitt - Freedom of religion - 1896 - 391 pages
...priestly office is, indeed, discharged on earth ; but it ranks among the heavenly ordinances ; neither man nor angel nor archangel nor any other created power, but the Paraclete Himself, instituted the vocation. For when thou seest the Lord sacrificed on the altar, and the priest standing and praying...
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The Catholic University Bulletin, Volume 6

1900
...discharged on earth, but it ranks amongst heavenly ordinances ; and very naturally so, for neither man, nor angel, nor archangel, nor any other created...power, but the Paraclete Himself, instituted this vocation and persuaded men while still abiding in the flesh to represent the ministry of angels. Wherefore...
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Nicene and Post-nicene Fathers First Series, St.chrysostom: On the ...

Philip Schaff - Religion - 2007 - 524 pages
...but it ranks amongst heavenly ordi- I rather w'e ssISm nances; and very naturally so: for neither U man, nor angel, nor archangel, nor any other created...power, but the Paraclete Himself, instituted this vocation, and persuaded men while still abiding in the flesh to represent the ministry of angels. Wherefore...
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