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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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1 1, 5, 59 | commonly called capital sins.~ ~ ~ ~ 2 1, 7, 83 | suffered and died for our sins~ ~ 3 2, 1, 12 | Saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the 4 2, 6, 59 | commonly called capital sins. ~ ~ ~ 5 2, 8, 83 | suffered and died for our sins. ~ 6 2, 14, 153 | 153. Q. Are actual sins ever remitted by Baptism?~ 7 2, 14, 153 | remitted by Baptism?~A. Actual sins and all the punishment due 8 2, 17, 187 | a Sacrament in which the sins committed after Baptism 9 2, 17, 188 | Sacrament of Penance remits sins and restores the friendship 10 2, 17, 189 | power of absolving from the sins committed after Baptism?~ 11 2, 17, 189 | power of absolving from the sins committed after Baptism, 12 2, 17, 189 | ye the Holy Ghost. Whose sins you shall forgive, they 13 2, 17, 189 | are forgiven them; whose sins you shall retain, they are 14 2, 17, 190 | exercise the power of forgiving sins?~A. The priests of the Church 15 2, 17, 190 | exercise the power of forgiving sins by hearing the confession 16 2, 17, 190 | hearing the confession of sins, and granting pardon for 17 2, 17, 191 | must have sorrow for our sins. We must make a firm resolution 18 2, 17, 191 | God. We must confess our sins to the priest. We must 19 2, 17, 192 | to recall to mind all the sins we have committed since 20 2, 17, 193 | Church, the seven capital sins, and the particular duties 21 2, 17, 193 | in life, to find out the sins we have committed. ~ 22 2, 17, 194 | give us light to know our sins and grace to detest them. ~ ~ ~ 23 2, 18, 196 | sorrow should we have for our sins?~A. The sorrow we should 24 2, 18, 196 | sorrow we should have for our sins should be interior, supernatural, 25 2, 18, 199 | sorry for all our mortal sins without exception. ~ 26 2, 18, 201 | should we be sorry for our sins?~A. We should be sorry for 27 2, 18, 201 | should be sorry for our sins, because sin is the greatest 28 2, 19, 208 | Confession is the telling of our sins to a duly authorized priest, 29 2, 19, 209 | 209. Q. What sins are we bound to confess?~ 30 2, 19, 209 | to confess all our mortal sins. but it is well also to 31 2, 19, 209 | also to confess our venial sins. ~ 32 2, 19, 211 | accuse our selves of our sins, with a deep sense of shame 33 2, 19, 212 | sincere, when we tell our sins honestly and truthfully, 34 2, 19, 213 | number and kinds of our sins and the circumstances which 35 2, 19, 214 | remember the number of our sins?~A. If we cannot remember 36 2, 19, 214 | remember the number of our sins, we should tell the number 37 2, 19, 217 | must also repeat all the sins he has committed since his 38 2, 19, 218 | temporal punishment due to our sins. ~ 39 2, 19, 219 | as satisfaction for our sins. ~ 40 2, 20, 226 | should confess all the mortal sins we have since committed, 41 2, 20, 226 | committed, and all the venial sins we may wish to mention. ~ 42 2, 20, 228 | we do after telling our sins?~A. After telling our sins 43 2, 20, 228 | sins?~A. After telling our sins we should listen with attention 44 2, 20, 229 | accuse myself of all the sins of my past life, telling, 45 2, 20, 229 | one or several of our past sins. ~ 46 2, 22, 241 | shed for the remission of Sins. Do this for a commemoration 47 2, 24, 267 | satisfy God's justice for the sins of men; To obtain all graces 48 2, 25, 274 | temptation; To remit venial sins and to cleanse our soul 49 2, 25, 275 | which are the result of our sins, and which remain after 50 2, 25, 275 | and which remain after our sins have been forgiven. ~ 51 2, 29, 320 | 320. Q. Are sins against faith, hope and 52 2, 29, 320 | faith, hope and charity also sins against the first Commandment?~ 53 2, 29, 320 | the first Commandment?~A. Sins against faith, hope, and 54 2, 29, 320 | hope, and charity are also sins against the first Commandment. ~ 55 2, 29, 321 | against faith?~A. A person sins against faith: ~ by not 56 2, 29, 327 | 327. Q. Which are the sins against hope?~A. The sins 57 2, 29, 327 | sins against hope?~A. The sins against hope are presumption 58 2, 34, 385 | thoughts and desires always sins?~A. Impure thoughts and 59 2, 34, 385 | thoughts and desires are always sins, unless they displease us 60 2, 35, 395 | passions and satisfy for our sins. ~ 61 2, 37, 414 | who die guilty of venial sins, or without having satisfied 62 2, 37, 414 | punishment due to their sins. ~ 63 3, Pray | Saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the 64 3, Pray | on me, and forgive me my sins, and bring me to everlasting 65 3, Pray | and remission of all my sins. Amen.~ 66 3, Pray | became man, and died for our sins, and that he will come to, 67 3, Pray | hope to obtain pardon of my sins, the help of Thy grace, 68 3, Pray | Thee, and I detest all my sins, because I dread the loss 69 3, Pray | Thy grace, to confess my sins, to do penance, and to amend 70 3, 1, 161 | Saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the 71 3, 2, 178 | Q. 178. Into what sins will the forgetfulness of 72 3, 2, 178 | justice will lead us into sins of presumption.~ ~ 73 3, 2, 179 | Q. 179. Into what sins will the forgetfulness of 74 3, 2, 179 | mercy will lead us into sins of despair.~ ~ ~ 75 3, 6, 274 | sub-divided into greater sins, called mortal, and lesser 76 3, 6, 274 | called mortal, and lesser sins, called venial.~ 77 3, 6, 276 | a sin of omission. Such sins as willfully neglecting 78 3, 6, 276 | at least once a year, are sins of omission.~ 79 3, 6, 285 | Q. 285. What are sins committed without reflection 80 3, 6, 285 | reflection or consent called?~A. Sins committed without reflection 81 3, 6, 285 | consent are called material sins; that is, they would be 82 3, 6, 285 | would be formal or real sins if we knew their sinfulness 83 3, 6, 286 | Q. 286. Do past material sins become real sins as soon 84 3, 6, 286 | material sins become real sins as soon as we discover their 85 3, 6, 286 | sinfulness?~A. Past material sins do not become real sins 86 3, 6, 286 | sins do not become real sins as soon as we discover their 87 3, 6, 287 | 287. How can we know what sins are considered mortal?~A. 88 3, 6, 287 | mortal?~A. We can know what sins are considered mortal from 89 3, 6, 292 | offenses ever become mortal sins?~A. Slight offenses can 90 3, 6, 292 | offenses can become mortal sins if we commit them through 91 3, 6, 295 | commonly called capital sins.~ ~ 92 3, 6, 308 | Q. 308. What three sins seem to cause most evil 93 3, 6, 313 | sources of sin called capital sins?~A. The seven sources of 94 3, 6, 313 | of sin are called capital sins because they rule over our 95 3, 6, 313 | they rule over our other sins and are the causes of them.~ ~ 96 3, 6, 315 | can we best overcome our sins?~A. We can best overcome 97 3, 6, 315 | We can best overcome our sins by guarding against our 98 3, 6, 317 | opposed to the seven capital sins?~A. Humility is opposed 99 3, 8, 375 | against His Father by the sins of the whole world;~3. By 100 3, 8, 379 | sufficient to atone for all the sins of mankind. By suffering 101 3, 8, 397 | suffered and died for our sins.~ ~ 102 3, 8, 412 | Apostles the power to forgive sins.~ ~ 103 3, 9, 432 | Q. 433. What are the sins against the Holy Ghost which 104 3, 9, 432 | world or in the next?~A. The sins against the Holy Ghost which 105 3, 9, 432 | world or in the next, are sins committed out of pure malice, 106 3, 10, 463 | habit excuse us from the sins committed through it?~A. 107 3, 10, 463 | does not excuse us from the sins committed through it, but 108 3, 10, 471 | Q. 472. What mortal sins are opposed to Faith?~A. 109 3, 13, 606 | To confess all our mortal sins as we know them;~2. To be 110 3, 14, 626 | Q. 627. Are actual sins ever remitted by Baptism?~ 111 3, 14, 626 | remitted by Baptism?~A. Actual sins and all the punishment due 112 3, 14, 627 | Q. 628. That actual sins may be remitted by baptism, 113 3, 14, 627 | for them?~A. That actual sins may be remitted by baptism 114 3, 14, 628 | punishments are due to actual sins?~A. Two punishments are 115 3, 14, 628 | punishments are due to actual sins: one, called the eternal, 116 3, 14, 629 | punishment attached to actual sins?~1.There is a double punishment 117 3, 14, 629 | punishment attached to actual sins, because in their commission 118 3, 14, 653 | secure the remission of sins; and also that Our Lord 119 3, 14, 667 | have true sorrow for their sins, and~4. They must solemnly 120 3, 15, 704 | aid us, for just as our sins do not deprive us of our 121 3, 15, 712 | for God, bewail their own sins and those of the world; 122 3, 16, 720 | a Sacrament in which the sins committed after Baptism 123 3, 16, 721 | of atoning for our past sins; it means likewise that 124 3, 16, 721 | we detest and bewail our sins because they were offensive 125 3, 16, 725 | hand when he forgives the sins we have confessed. It is 126 3, 16, 728 | Can the priest forgive all sins in the Sacrament of Penance?~ 127 3, 16, 728 | the power to forgive all sins in the Sacrament of Penance, 128 3, 16, 728 | forgive all. To forgive sins validly in the Sacrament 129 3, 16, 728 | 1. The power to forgive sins which every priest receives 130 3, 16, 728 | and pass judgment on the sins.~ ~ 131 3, 16, 729 | Q. 730. What are the sins called which the priest 132 3, 16, 729 | authority to absolve?~A. The sins which the priest has no 133 3, 16, 729 | absolve are called reserved sins. Absolution from these sins 134 3, 16, 729 | sins. Absolution from these sins can be obtained only from 135 3, 16, 729 | absolved from any of their sins till the priest receives 136 3, 16, 730 | the absolution from some sins reserved to the Pope or 137 3, 16, 730 | The absolution from some sins is reserved to the Pope 138 3, 16, 731 | danger of death from reserved sins without the permission of 139 3, 16, 731 | danger of death from reserved sins without the permission of 140 3, 16, 732 | power of absolving from the sins committed after Baptism?~ 141 3, 16, 732 | power of absolving from the sins committed after Baptism, 142 3, 16, 732 | ye the Holy Ghost. Whose sins you shall forgive, they 143 3, 16, 732 | are forgiven them; whose sins you shall retain, they are 144 3, 16, 733 | had the power to forgive sins?~A. We know that Our Lord, 145 3, 16, 733 | had the power to forgive sins:~1. Because He was always 146 3, 16, 733 | He frequently did forgive sins and proved their forgiveness 147 3, 16, 734 | Was the power to forgive sins given to the apostles alone?~ 148 3, 16, 734 | A. The power to forgive sins was not given to the apostles 149 3, 16, 734 | power to absolve from such sins must also remain in the 150 3, 16, 735 | apostles the power to forgive sins, which He had promised to 151 3, 16, 736 | they say man cannot forgive sins?~A. The enemies of our religion 152 3, 16, 736 | they say man cannot forgive sins if they mean that he cannot 153 3, 16, 736 | priest does not forgive sins by his own power as man, 154 3, 16, 737 | exercise the power of forgiving sins?~A. The priests of the Church 155 3, 16, 737 | exercise the power of forgiving sins by hearing the confession 156 3, 16, 737 | hearing the confession of sins, and granting pardon for 157 3, 16, 738 | does the power to forgive sins imply the obligation of 158 3, 16, 738 | A. The power to forgive sins implies the obligation of 159 3, 16, 738 | to confession because as sins are usually committed secretly, 160 3, 16, 738 | priest could never know what sins to forgive and what not 161 3, 16, 738 | not to forgive, unless the sins committed were made known 162 3, 16, 739 | Could God not forgive our sins if we confessed them to 163 3, 16, 739 | Certainly, God could forgive our sins if we confessed them to 164 3, 16, 740 | must have sorrow for our sins.~3. We must make a firm 165 3, 16, 740 | 4. We must confess our sins to the priest.~5. We must 166 3, 16, 741 | give us light to know our sins and to understand their 167 3, 16, 742 | themselves to true sorrow for the sins discovered;~2. Of trying 168 3, 16, 742 | which they will avoid their sins for the future.~ ~ 169 3, 16, 743 | is sincere sorrow for the sins committed and the firm determination 170 3, 16, 744 | amendment. We often confess our sins more from habit, necessity 171 3, 16, 745 | Telling useless details, the sins of others, or the name of 172 3, 16, 745 | any person;~2. Confessing sins we are not sure of having 173 3, 16, 745 | committed; exaggerating our sins or their number; multiplying 174 3, 16, 745 | exact number of habitual sins;~3. Giving a vague answer, 175 3, 16, 745 | next;~4. Hesitating over sins through pretended modesty 176 3, 16, 745 | we have committed several sins of the same kind, cursing, 177 3, 16, 748 | to recall to mind all the sins we have committed since 178 3, 16, 749 | through the absolution, our sins are really forgiven.~ ~ 179 3, 16, 750 | Church, the seven capital sins, and the particular duties 180 3, 16, 750 | in life, to find out the sins we have committed.~ 181 3, 16, 751 | give us light to know our sins and grace to detest them.~ ~ 182 3, 17, 754 | sorrow should we have for our sins?~A. The sorrow we should 183 3, 17, 754 | sorrow we should have for our sins should be interior, supernatural, 184 3, 17, 758 | sorry for all our mortal sins without exception.~ ~ 185 3, 17, 759 | cannot some of our mortal sins be forgiven while the rest 186 3, 17, 759 | impossible for any of our mortal sins to be forgiven unless they 187 3, 17, 761 | should we be sorry for our sins?~A. We should be sorry for 188 3, 17, 761 | should be sorry for our sins because sin is the greatest 189 3, 18, 775 | Confession is the telling of our sins to a duly authorized priest, 190 3, 18, 777 | ever allowed to write our sins and read them to the priest 191 3, 18, 777 | necessary, to write our sins and read them to the priest, 192 3, 18, 778 | some signs, showing what sins they wish to confess and 193 3, 18, 779 | Q. 780. What sins are we bound to confess?~ 194 3, 18, 779 | to confess all our mortal sins, but it is well also to 195 3, 18, 779 | also to confess our venial sins.~ ~ 196 3, 18, 780 | confess also the venial sins we remember?~A. It is well 197 3, 18, 780 | confess also the venial sins we remember:~1. Because 198 3, 18, 781 | one do who has only venial sins to confess?~A. One who has 199 3, 18, 781 | One who has only venial sins to confess should tell also 200 3, 18, 781 | be truly sorry for slight sins and imperfections, and yet 201 3, 18, 781 | we must be sorry for the sins confessed that our confession 202 3, 18, 785 | accuse ourselves of our sins, with a deep sense of shame 203 3, 18, 786 | sincere when we tell our sins honestly and truthfully, 204 3, 18, 787 | wrong to accuse ourselves of sins we have not committed?~A. 205 3, 18, 787 | wrong to accuse ourselves of sins we have not committed, because, 206 3, 18, 788 | number and kinds of our sins and the circumstances which 207 3, 18, 789 | division or class to which the sins belong; that is, whether 208 3, 18, 789 | that is, whether they be sins of blasphemy, disobedience, 209 3, 18, 790 | which change the nature of sins?"~A. By "circumstances which 210 3, 18, 790 | which change the nature of sins" we mean anything that makes 211 3, 18, 790 | Again, impure actions are sins, but a person must say whether 212 3, 18, 791 | remember the number of our sins?~A. If we cannot remember 213 3, 18, 791 | remember the number of our sins, we should tell the number 214 3, 18, 795 | priest that he committed no sins but what he has confessed, 215 3, 18, 796 | is it foolish to conceal sins in confession?~A. It is 216 3, 18, 796 | It is foolish to conceal sins in confession:~1. Because 217 3, 18, 797 | must also repeat all the sins he has committed since his 218 3, 18, 798 | do more than repeat the sins committed since his last 219 3, 18, 798 | besides repeating all the sins he has committed since his 220 3, 18, 799 | temporal punishment due to our sins.~ ~ 221 3, 18, 800 | have to satisfy for our sins if Christ has fully satisfied 222 3, 18, 800 | fully satisfied for our sins and after our baptism we 223 3, 18, 801 | sufficient to satisfy for all the sins confessed?~A. The slight 224 3, 18, 801 | sufficient to satisfy for all the sins confessed:~1. Because there 225 3, 18, 801 | obliged to do penance for sins committed, and this would 226 3, 18, 801 | and make amends for our sins.~ 227 3, 18, 802 | as satisfaction for our sins.~ ~ 228 3, 18, 809 | penance, especially for the sins of which they were publicly 229 3, 19, 827 | should confess all the mortal sins we have since committed, 230 3, 19, 827 | committed, and all the venial sins we may wish to mention.~ ~ 231 3, 19, 828 | confession is the telling of the sins of our whole life or a great 232 3, 19, 832 | we do after telling our sins?~A. After telling our sins 233 3, 19, 832 | sins?~A. After telling our sins we should listen with attention 234 3, 19, 836 | accuse myself of all the sins of my past life," telling, 235 3, 19, 836 | one or several of our past sins.~ ~ 236 3, 20, 844 | sorry for even our venial sins, and have no desire for 237 3, 20, 845 | the absolution of reserved sins;~2. The Indulgence granted 238 3, 20, 853 | to satisfy for their own sins. As their good works were 239 3, 20, 853 | works were many and their sins few -- the Blessed Virgin 240 3, 20, 854 | more easily satisfy for our sins and escape the punishments 241 3, 21, 874 | shed for the remission of sins. Do this for a commemoration 242 3, 22, 895 | Eucharist remits venial sins by disposing us to perform 243 3, 23, 921 | satisfy God's justice for the sins of men;~4th. To obtain all 244 3, 24, 959 | at least contrition for sins committed, and~3. A general 245 3, 24, 962 | have committed most of our sins.~ ~ 246 3, 24, 968 | temptations;~2nd. To remit venial sins and to cleanse our soul 247 3, 24, 969 | he has the sorrow for his sins that would bee necessary 248 3, 24, 972 | which are the result of our sins, and which remain after 249 3, 24, 972 | and which remain after our sins have been forgiven.~ 250 3, 24, 975 | ourselves to true sorrow for our sins, to profit by the graces 251 3, 24, 980 | of the Mass and forgive sins. These orders are not all 252 3, 24, 997 | power to preach, to forgive sins and to consecrate bread 253 3, 24, 997 | power to preach, to forgive sins and to consecrate bread 254 3, 24, 997 | teach all nations"; "Whose sins you shall forgive they are 255 3, 24, 1001| Holy Eucharist and forgive sins.~ ~ 256 3, 25, 1009| serve God;~3. To prevent sins against the holy virtue 257 3, 25, 1042| hypocrites and guilty of greater sins, especially sins of sacrilege.~ ~ ~ 258 3, 25, 1042| greater sins, especially sins of sacrilege.~ ~ ~ 259 3, 26, 1053| themselves remit venial sins?~A. The Sacramentals of 260 3, 26, 1053| themselves do not remit venial sins, but they move us to truer 261 3, 26, 1053| and greater sorrow for our sins, and this devotion, love 262 3, 26, 1053| the grace remits venial sins.~ ~ ~ 263 3, 26, 1064| they have sorrow for their sins.~ ~ ~ 264 3, 26, 1076| of doing penance for our sins. These ashes are obtained 265 3, 26, 1096| God, Who taketh away the sins of the world. The wax is 266 3, 30, 1141| worshipped when, through their sins, they had abandoned the 267 3, 30, 1163| Q. 1163. Are sins against faith, hope, and 268 3, 30, 1163| hope, and charity also sins against the first Commandment?~ 269 3, 30, 1163| the first Commandment?~A. Sins against faith, hope and 270 3, 30, 1163| hope and charity are also sins against the first Commandment.~ ~ 271 3, 30, 1164| against faith?~A. A person sins against faith:~1.1st. By 272 3, 30, 1182| Q. 1182. Which are the sins against hope?~A. The sins 273 3, 30, 1182| sins against hope?~A. The sins against hope are presumption 274 3, 30, 1184| and repentance for past sins; 3. By being indifferent 275 3, 30, 1184| confessor in regard to the sins we confess.~ ~ 276 3, 30, 1186| temptations, overcome certain sins or amend our lives so as 277 3, 30, 1187| Q. 1187. Are all sins of presumption and despair 278 3, 30, 1187| despair equally great?~A. All sins of presumption and despair 279 3, 33, 1285| Q. 1285. Why are sins of impurity the most dangerous?~ 280 3, 33, 1285| impurity the most dangerous?~A. Sins of impurity are the most 281 3, 33, 1285| Because, more than other sins, they lead to the loss of 282 3, 34, 1293| Q. 1293. What sins are equivalent to stealing?~ 283 3, 34, 1293| equivalent to stealing?~A. All sins of cheating, defrauding 284 3, 34, 1293| their property; also all sins of borrowing or buying with 285 3, 34, 1311| Detraction is revealing the sins of another without necessity.~ ~ 286 3, 34, 1313| often the cause of greater sins.~ ~ 287 3, 34, 1318| thoughts and desires always sins?~A. Impure thoughts and 288 3, 34, 1318| thoughts and desires are always sins, unless they displease us 289 3, 34, 1324| the ninth refers more to sins of thought against purity. 290 3, 35, 1346| passions and satisfy for our sins.~ ~ 291 3, 36, 1351| object not only to forgive sins, but also to bestow grace 292 3, 37, 1377| which we will discover our sins and learn to fear the punishment 293 3, 37, 1380| body had a share in their sins. The mind suffers the "pain 294 3, 37, 1381| who die guilty of venial sins, or without having satisfied 295 3, 37, 1381| punishment due to their sins.~ ~ ~


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