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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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1 2, 12, 128 | Church any marks by which it may be known?~A. The Church 2 2, 12, 128 | has four marks by which it may be known: it is One; it 3 2, 14, 155 | who has the use of reason may baptize. ~ 4 2, 14, 163 | that the person baptized may imitate his virtues and 5 2, 14, 164 | Baptism in order that they may promise, in the name of 6 2, 15, 168 | confirmed, prays that they may receive the Holy Ghost, 7 2, 18, 207 | places, and things that may easily lead us into sin. ~ ~ 8 2, 19, 214 | possible, and say how often we may have sinned in a day, a 9 2, 19, 218 | after Confession, that we may satisfy God for the temporal 10 2, 20, 226 | and all the venial sins we may wish to mention. ~ 11 2, 20, 228 | advice which the confessor may think proper to give. ~ 12 2, 23, 257 | before Holy Communion. Water may be taken at any time. The 13 2, 23, 257 | taken at any time. The sick may take food, non-alcoholic 14 2, 27, 293 | dispositions, by means of which we may obtain grace. 15 2, 29, 318 | 318. Q. How may the first Commandment be 16 2, 29, 318 | A. The first Commandment may be broken by giving to a 17 2, 31, 344 | and of the saints, that we may imitate their virtues. ~ ~ 18 2, 32, 348 | 348. Q. When may we take an oath?~A. We may 19 2, 32, 348 | may we take an oath?~A. We may take an oath when it is 20 2, 32, 358 | servile work and whatever else may hinder the due observance 21 2, 35, 395 | abstain, in order that we may mortify our passions and 22 2, 37, 416 | and the wicked to prosper, may in the end appear just before 23 3, Pray | the Lord our God for me.~May the Almighty God have mercy 24 3, Pray | everlasting life. Amen.~May the Almighty and merciful 25 3, Pray | and reignest for ever; and may the souls of the faithful 26 3, 1, 131 | all that we now see or may hereafter see.~ ~ 27 3, 1, 135 | thing except God Himself may be called a creature.~ ~ 28 3, 3, 202 | believe mysteries that we may submit our understanding 29 3, 4, 215 | Q. 215. How may God's creatures on earth 30 3, 4, 215 | God's creatures on earth may be divided into four classes:~ 31 3, 5, 245 | not known, for the deluge may have so changed the surface 32 3, 5, 264 | us that by His grace we may resist it and thus increase 33 3, 6, 275 | Q. 275. In how many ways may actual sin be committed?~ 34 3, 6, 275 | committed?~A. Actual sin may be committed in two ways: 35 3, 6, 306 | not intended or desired may be excused from mortal sin.~ ~ 36 3, 7, 365 | Q. 365. How may the years of Christ's life 37 3, 7, 365 | The years of Christ's life may be divided into three parts:~ 38 3, 8, 380 | Lord, and from His sin we may learn that even the good 39 3, 8, 380 | learn that even the good may become very wicked by the 40 3, 8, 411 | least nine times, though He may have appeared oftener.~ ~ 41 3, 8, 415 | various parts of Scripture we may conclude there were about 42 3, 10, 463 | forgetfulness yield to it, the habit may sometimes excuse us from 43 3, 10, 469 | though also gifts of God, may, as natural virtues, be 44 3, 11, 489 | Q. 490. How may the members of the Church 45 3, 11, 489 | members of the Church on earth may be divided into those who 46 3, 12, 516 | quality that a person or thing may be said to have. All perfections 47 3, 12, 530 | necessary that the Pope may speak infallibly or ex-cathedra?~ 48 3, 12, 530 | ex-cathedra?~A. That the Pope may speak infallibly, or ex-cathedra:~ 49 3, 12, 547 | Church any marks by which it may be known?~A. The Church 50 3, 12, 547 | has four marks by which it may be known: it is One; it 51 3, 12, 565 | 2. That all its rulers may be perfectly united and 52 3, 13, 594 | Q. 595. May not the Sacrament of Penance 53 3, 13, 594 | The Sacrament of Penance may be and very often is received 54 3, 13, 596 | mean those Sacraments that may be lawfully received while 55 3, 13, 599 | reception of the Sacraments may persons commit sacrilege?~ 56 3, 13, 599 | the Sacraments, persons may commit sacrilege by the 57 3, 13, 616 | conditionally is that there may be no irreverence to the 58 3, 13, 616 | who is capable or worthy may be deprived of them. The 59 3, 14, 627 | Q. 628. That actual sins may be remitted by baptism, 60 3, 14, 627 | them?~A. That actual sins may be remitted by baptism it 61 3, 14, 632 | who has the use of reason may baptize.~ ~ 62 3, 14, 638 | had, in case of necessity, may any other liquid be used 63 3, 14, 639 | necessity, to reach the head, may the water be poured on any 64 3, 14, 642 | child is surely dying, we may baptize it without either 65 3, 14, 656 | that the person baptized may imitate his virtues and 66 3, 14, 659 | Baptism in order that they may promise, in the name of 67 3, 14, 667 | persons, have that they may worthily receive baptism?~ 68 3, 14, 667 | baptism?~A. That adults may worthily receive baptism:~ 69 3, 15, 673 | Q. 674. May one add a new name to his 70 3, 15, 673 | at Confirmation?~A. One may and should add a new name 71 3, 15, 676 | confirmed, prays that they may receive the Holy Ghost, 72 3, 15, 689 | of Christ, for such tests may lead us into sin. When a 73 3, 15, 714 | Q. 715. Who may be rightly called merciful?~ 74 3, 16, 728 | Sacrament of Penance, but he may not have the authority to 75 3, 17, 753 | almost caused his death. We may not grieve over the death 76 3, 17, 753 | friend, and yet our sorrow may be true; because the sorrow 77 3, 17, 770 | places and things that may easily lead us into sin.~ ~ 78 3, 18, 781 | confessed that our confession may be valid -- hence we add 79 3, 18, 781 | sorry to those for which we may not be sufficiently sorry.~ ~ 80 3, 18, 791 | possible, and say how often we may have sinned in a day, a 81 3, 18, 793 | Q. 794. May a person who has forgotten 82 3, 18, 793 | mortal sin in confession may go to communion before again 83 3, 18, 799 | after Confession, that we may satisfy God for the temporal 84 3, 18, 819 | Q. 820. How may we briefly state the corporal 85 3, 18, 819 | corporal works of mercy?~A. We may briefly state the corporal 86 3, 19, 827 | and all the venial sins we may wish to mention.~ ~ 87 3, 19, 832 | advice which the confessor may think proper to give.~ ~ 88 3, 20, 844 | Plenary Indulgence, as we may understand from its great 89 3, 20, 844 | slightest sin. Though we may not gain entirely each Plenary 90 3, 20, 851 | abuses to which a devotion may lead and the truths upon 91 3, 20, 854 | penance lighter that we may more easily satisfy for 92 3, 20, 859 | and good works we perform may have Indulgences attached 93 3, 20, 864 | Q. 865. To what things may Indulgences be attached?~ 94 3, 20, 864 | Plenary or Partial Indulgences may be attached to prayers and 95 3, 20, 867 | Q. 868. How and when may we apply Indulgences for 96 3, 20, 867 | souls in Purgatory?~A. We may apply Indulgences for the 97 3, 20, 867 | in Purgatory; so that we may gain it for the benefit 98 3, 21, 893 | the priest that the people may adore Our Lord who has just 99 3, 22, 906 | of death, Holy Communion may be received without fasting.~ ~ 100 3, 22, 907 | Communion the priest says: "May the body of Our Lord Jesus 101 3, 23, 925 | For what end or intention may Mass be offered?~A. Mass 102 3, 23, 925 | Mass be offered?~A. Mass may be offered for any end or 103 3, 23, 927 | Q. 928. From what may we learn that we are to 104 3, 23, 927 | Sacrifice with the priest?~A. We may learn that we are to offer 105 3, 23, 927 | that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to God the 106 3, 23, 927 | server answers in our name: "May the Lord receive the sacrifice 107 3, 24, 957 | of the Sacrament, and it may be given as often as a person 108 3, 24, 957 | In a lingering illness it may be repeated after a month 109 3, 24, 958 | Q. 959. To whom may Extreme Unction be given?~ 110 3, 24, 958 | given?~A. Extreme Unction may be given to all Christians 111 3, 24, 971 | 972. Since Extreme Unction may restore us to health, should 112 3, 24, 971 | A. Since Extreme Unction may restore us to health. we 113 3, 24, 976 | illness, that these things may not distract them at the 114 3, 24, 976 | of death, and that they may give the last hours of their 115 3, 24, 993 | leading a holy life that we may be more worthy of it;~2. 116 3, 24, 994 | or worldly motive which may lead to the loss of souls.~ ~ 117 3, 24, 999 | pray for them, that they may be enabled to perform the 118 3, 24, 1003| but the right to use it may be withdrawn for causes 119 3, 25, 1014| required that the Church may grant, when it is able, 120 3, 25, 1014| laws?~A. That the Church may grant dispensations from 121 3, 25, 1015| asking for dispensations and may comply with the general 122 3, 25, 1015| laws;~2. That the Church may not have to bear the expense 123 3, 25, 1018| impediment to the marriage may have an opportunity to declare 124 3, 25, 1021| particularly necessary that persons may do their duty in the marriage 125 3, 25, 1021| marriage state?~A. That persons may do their duty in the marriage 126 3, 25, 1023| adultery. A civil divorce may give a sufficient reason 127 3, 25, 1023| persons to live apart and it may determine their rights with 128 3, 25, 1032| 1033. In how many ways may persons be related?~A. Persons 129 3, 25, 1032| persons be related?~A. Persons may be related in four ways. 130 3, 25, 1041| character of the Sacrament, may claim a divorce and marry 131 3, 25, 1047| Q. 1048. How may parents be guilty of great 132 3, 25, 1047| of marriage?~A. Parents may be guilty of great injustice 133 3, 25, 1048| Q. 1049. May persons receive the Sacrament 134 3, 25, 1048| more than once?~A. Persons may receive the sacrament of 135 3, 25, 1050| vanity or social manners may require.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 136 3, 26, 1054| of religion, which they may learn as well by their sight 137 3, 26, 1055| account of Our Lord's passion may learn it from the Stations 138 3, 26, 1057| devotes to the worship of God may be called a Sacramental.~ ~ ~ 139 3, 26, 1059| Q. 1060. How may persons sin in using Sacramentals?~ 140 3, 26, 1059| Sacramentals?~A. Persons may sin in using Sacramentals 141 3, 26, 1060| dispositions, by means of which we may obtain grace.~ ~ ~ 142 3, 26, 1061| Q. 1062. May the Church increase or diminish 143 3, 26, 1061| their number; but the Church may increase or diminish the 144 3, 26, 1088| Q. 1089. To what may we attribute the desire 145 3, 26, 1088| put Christ to death?~A. We may attribute the desire of 146 3, 30, 1142| Q. 1142. How may we, in a sense, worship 147 3, 30, 1142| gods?~A. We, in a sense, may worship strange gods by 148 3, 30, 1146| Q. 1146. How may the first Commandment be 149 3, 30, 1150| independently of God, so that it may, without His aid, make known 150 3, 30, 1152| or wonderful effect. They may be also objects or articles 151 3, 30, 1154| miracles when natural causes may bring about what we hope 152 3, 30, 1156| cannot prevent them, but we may make them sinful:~1. By 153 3, 30, 1156| by any of these things we may make ourselves responsible 154 3, 30, 1158| power to others, that they may know what is going on in 155 3, 30, 1161| things that only God Himself may do.~ ~ 156 3, 30, 1162| curiosity to hear what they may say?~A. It is sinful to 157 3, 30, 1162| curiosity, to hear what they may say:~ ~1. Because it is 158 3, 30, 1162| do not sin; 2. Because we may give scandal to others who 159 3, 30, 1166| societies through which we may learn. At all times, we 160 3, 30, 1167| sake also of others who may sincerely wish to learn 161 3, 30, 1172| articles of faith that we may distinguish them from pious 162 3, 30, 1175| general, the trials they may have to suffer for the sake 163 3, 30, 1181| practices not commanded may often be omitted without 164 3, 30, 1184| Q. 1184. How may we be guilty of presumption?~ 165 3, 30, 1184| guilty of presumption?~A. We may be guilty of presumption:~ 166 3, 30, 1186| Q. 1186. How may we be guilty of despair?~ 167 3, 30, 1186| guilty of despair?~A. We may be guilty of despair by 168 3, 30, 1187| not equally great. They may be very slight or very great 169 3, 31, 1207| be there. Therefore, we may honor their bodies because 170 3, 31, 1216| and of the saints, that we may imitate their virtues.~ ~ 171 3, 32, 1225| Q. 1225. When may we take an oath?~A. We may 172 3, 32, 1225| may we take an oath?~A. We may take an oath when it is 173 3, 32, 1226| Q. 1226. When may an oath be required for 174 3, 32, 1226| neighbor's good?~A. An oath may be required for God's honor 175 3, 32, 1229| anyone to do evil that good may come of it.~ ~ 176 3, 32, 1246| that for the love of God we may do a little more than what 177 3, 32, 1247| Therefore, after hearing Mass we may take such recreation as 178 3, 32, 1252| servile work and whatever else may hinder the due observance 179 3, 32, 1256| our neighbor or necessity may require servile works on 180 3, 32, 1256| our neighbor or necessity may require servile works on 181 3, 33, 1276| Under what circumstances may human life be lawfully taken?~ 182 3, 33, 1276| lawfully taken?~A. Human life may be lawfully taken:~1. In 183 3, 33, 1278| to sin, because such acts may destroy the life of the 184 3, 33, 1280| sinful in themselves and may lead to murder. The commandments 185 3, 33, 1280| them, but also whatever may lead to their violation.~ ~ 186 3, 34, 1291| different times. Circumstances may make the sin greater or 187 3, 34, 1294| 1294. In what other ways may persons sin against honesty?~ 188 3, 34, 1294| against honesty?~A. Persons may sin against honesty also 189 3, 34, 1296| Q. 1296. How may persons working for others 190 3, 34, 1296| Persons working for others may be guilty of dishonesty 191 3, 34, 1297| 1297. In what other way may a person be guilty of dishonesty?~ 192 3, 34, 1297| dishonesty?~A. A person may be guilty of dishonesty 193 3, 34, 1302| these cannot be found we may give alms to the poor.~ ~ 194 3, 34, 1312| superiors, that the faults may be corrected and the wrong 195 3, 35, 1326| made by the Church itself may be changed by its authority 196 3, 35, 1344| on which no meat at all may be taken (complete abstinence) 197 3, 35, 1344| abstinence) or on which meat may be taken only once a day ( 198 3, 35, 1346| abstain, in order that we may mortify our passions and 199 3, 36, 1355| fourteen weeks in which one may comply with the command 200 3, 36, 1363| facts to the priest, that he may examine the degree of relationship 201 3, 37, 1377| Q. 1377. How may we daily prepare for our 202 3, 37, 1377| for our judgment?~A. We may daily prepare for our judgment 203 3, 37, 1386| requires that nothing defiled may enter heaven and His justice 204 3, 37, 1387| and the wicked to prosper, may in the end appear just before 205 3, 37, 1389| especially that Christ Our Lord may receive from the whole world 206 3, 37, 1389| first coming, and that all may be forced to acknowledge


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