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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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    Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3, 23 | 23. Q. How many Persons are there in God?~A. In 2 1, 3, 23 | God there are three Divine Persons, really distinct, and equal 3 1, 3, 27 | one God in three Divine Persons. ~ ~ 4 1, 3, 29 | Q. Are the three Divine Persons one and the same God?~A. 5 1, 3, 29 | God?~A. The three Divine Persons are one and the same God, 6 2, 3, 23 | 23. Q. How many Persons are there in God?~A. In 7 2, 3, 23 | God there are three Divine Persons, really distinct, and equal 8 2, 3, 27 | one God in three Divine Persons. ~ 9 2, 3, 28 | Q. Are the three Divine Persons equal in all things?~A. 10 2, 3, 28 | things?~A. The three Divine Persons are equal in all things. ~ 11 2, 3, 29 | Q. Are the three Divine Persons one and the same God?~A. 12 2, 3, 29 | God?~A. The three Divine Persons are one and the same God, 13 2, 3, 30 | understand how the three Divine Persons are one and the same God?~ 14 2, 3, 30 | understand how the three Divine Persons are one and the same God, 15 2, 15, 174 | receive Confirmation?~A. Persons of an age to learn should 16 2, 18, 207 | occasions of sin I mean all the persons, places, and things that 17 2, 26, 288 | marriage of Catholics with persons who have a different religion 18 2, 26, 288 | marriage of Catholics with persons who have a different religion 19 2, 26, 289 | marriage of Catholics with persons who have a different religion 20 2, 26, 289 | marriage of Catholics with persons who have a different religion 21 2, 35, 389 | our pastors. Not to marry persons who are not Catholics, or 22 3, Pray | one God in three Divine persons, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; 23 3, 3, 185 | Q. 185. When are two persons said to be equal?~A. Two 24 3, 3, 185 | said to be equal?~A. Two persons are said to be equal when 25 3, 3, 186 | Q. 186. How many persons are there in God?~A. In 26 3, 3, 186 | God there are three Divine persons, really distinct, and equal 27 3, 3, 191 | third" with regard to the persons of the Blessed Trinity mean 28 3, 3, 191 | third" with regard to the persons of the Blessed Trinity do 29 3, 3, 191 | than the other; for all the persons of the Trinity are eternal 30 3, 3, 191 | distinction between the persons, and they show the order 31 3, 3, 192 | one God in three Divine Persons.~ ~ 32 3, 3, 193 | 193. Are the three Divine Persons equal in all things?~A. 33 3, 3, 193 | things?~A. The three Divine Persons are equal in all things.~ ~ 34 3, 3, 194 | 194. Are the three Divine Persons one and the same God?~A. 35 3, 3, 194 | God?~A. The three Divine Persons are one and the same God, 36 3, 3, 196 | understand how the three Divine Persons are one and the same God?~ 37 3, 3, 196 | understand how the three Divine Persons are one and the same God, 38 3, 4, 218 | Q. 218. Name some persons to whom Angels appeared.~ 39 3, 5, 234 | Q. 234. Are there any persons in the world who are not 40 3, 5, 234 | and Eve?~A. There are no persons in the world now, and there 41 3, 8, 398 | Arimathea and other pious persons who believed in Our Divine 42 3, 8, 415 | conclude there were about 125 persons -- though traditions tell 43 3, 9, 431 | the Holy Ghost?~A. Some persons have denied the existence 44 3, 10, 478 | to save his soul; and if persons do not save their souls, 45 3, 10, 481 | repentance; and, therefore, all persons, even those in mortal sin, 46 3, 11, 511 | Q. 512. How are such persons said to belong to the Church?~ 47 3, 11, 511 | belong to the Church?~A. Such persons are said to belong to the " 48 3, 12, 523 | 524. From whom must all persons derive whatever lawful authority 49 3, 12, 523 | authority they possess?~A. All persons must derive whatever lawful 50 3, 12, 544 | of the times, places or persons as it judged necessary.~ ~ 51 3, 12, 555 | Q. 556. Of what sin are persons guilty who put firm belief 52 3, 12, 555 | forbidden or useless?~A. Persons who put a firm belief in 53 3, 12, 564 | suited to all classes of persons. It has converted all the 54 3, 13, 596 | do not refer here to the persons, but to the condition of 55 3, 13, 599 | reception of the Sacraments may persons commit sacrilege?~A. Besides 56 3, 13, 599 | reception of the Sacraments, persons may commit sacrilege by 57 3, 13, 616 | Sacraments in giving them to persons incapable or unworthy of 58 3, 14, 621 | Q. 622. What were persons called in the first ages 59 3, 14, 621 | prepared for baptism?~A. Persons who were being instructed 60 3, 14, 622 | Q. 623. What persons are called heirs?~A. All 61 3, 14, 622 | are called heirs?~A. All persons who inherit or come lawfully 62 3, 14, 631 | Q. 632. Where will persons go who -- such as infants -- 63 3, 14, 631 | die without baptism?~A. Persons, such as infants, who have 64 3, 14, 640 | Trinity," without naming the Persons of the Trinity?~The baptism 65 3, 14, 640 | Trinity," without naming the Persons of the Trinity; for we must 66 3, 14, 663 | 664. What questions should persons who bring a child for baptism 67 3, 14, 663 | baptism be able to answer?~A. Persons who bring a child for baptism 68 3, 14, 665 | Q. 666. Can persons who are not Catholics be 69 3, 14, 665 | for Catholic children?~A. Persons who are not Catholics cannot 70 3, 14, 667 | dispositions must adults or grown persons, have that they may worthily 71 3, 15, 691 | receive Confirmation?~A. Persons of an age to learn should 72 3, 15, 695 | receive it, if possible. Persons who have not been confirmed 73 3, 15, 711 | the "poor in spirit" all persons, rich or poor, who would 74 3, 16, 729 | his special permission. Persons having a reserved sin to 75 3, 16, 730 | this special restriction, persons from committing them, either 76 3, 16, 738 | made known to him by the persons guilty of them.~ ~ 77 3, 17, 770 | occasions of sin I mean all the persons, places and things that 78 3, 17, 774 | Q. 775. What persons, places and things are usually 79 3, 17, 774 | occasions of sin?~A.~1. The persons who are occasions of sin 80 3, 18, 777 | read them to the priest, as persons do who have almost entirely 81 3, 18, 777 | paper to the priest, as persons do who have lost the use 82 3, 18, 778 | What is to be done when persons must make their confession 83 3, 18, 778 | understands their language?~A. Persons who must make their confession 84 3, 18, 790 | relatives or strangers, with persons married or single, etc., 85 3, 18, 807 | law of God requires all persons to give alms in proportion 86 3, 18, 814 | faith. We must aid such persons as far as we can to know 87 3, 19, 829 | and must not be made when persons are scrupulous.~ ~ 88 3, 20, 847 | earnest prayers of holy persons, and especially of the martyrs 89 3, 20, 864 | the good works of certain persons.~ ~ 90 3, 23, 925 | be offered publicly for persons who are not members of the 91 3, 23, 950 | proper from the fact that all persons in authority, rulers, judges 92 3, 23, 952 | Q. 953. How are the persons who take part in a Solemn 93 3, 23, 952 | or Vespers named?~A. The persons who take part in a Solemn 94 3, 24, 958 | the use of reason, nor to persons who have always been insane.~ ~ 95 3, 24, 976 | 977. At what time should persons dangerously ill attend to 96 3, 24, 976 | temporal or worldly affairs?~A. Persons dangerously ill should attend 97 3, 24, 993 | advice of holy and prudent persons and above all of our confessor.~ ~ 98 3, 25, 1005| Q. 1006. When are persons lawfully married?~A. Persons 99 3, 25, 1005| persons lawfully married?~A. Persons are lawfully married when 100 3, 25, 1008| the mutual consent of the persons, expressed by words or signs 101 3, 25, 1008| in the surrender by the persons of their bodies to each 102 3, 25, 1011| lawful and valid when the persons contracting them followed 103 3, 25, 1015| Church sometimes require the persons to whom dispensations are 104 3, 25, 1015| Church sometimes requires the persons to whom dispensations are 105 3, 25, 1015| the privilege:~ ~1. That persons on account of this tax be 106 3, 25, 1016| Q. 1017. What should persons who are about to get married 107 3, 25, 1016| about to get married do?~A. Persons who are about to get married 108 3, 25, 1017| Church, the names of the persons about to get married must 109 3, 25, 1018| invalid or unlawful marriage. Persons who know of such impediments 110 3, 25, 1019| things in particular should persons arranging for their marriage 111 3, 25, 1019| known to the priest?~A. Persons arranging for their marriage 112 3, 25, 1021| particularly necessary that persons may do their duty in the 113 3, 25, 1021| marriage state?~A. That persons may do their duty in the 114 3, 25, 1023| sufficient reason for the persons to live apart and it may 115 3, 25, 1025| it has sometimes declared persons apparently married free 116 3, 25, 1031| marriage with relatives or with persons of a different religion, 117 3, 25, 1032| 1033. In how many ways may persons be related?~A. Persons may 118 3, 25, 1032| may persons be related?~A. Persons may be related in four ways. 119 3, 25, 1034| their temporal affairs. All persons are bound to obey the laws 120 3, 25, 1035| marriage of Catholics with persons who have a different religion 121 3, 25, 1035| marriage of Catholics with persons who have a different religion 122 3, 25, 1036| marriage of Catholics with persons who have a different religion 123 3, 25, 1036| marriage of Catholics with persons who have a different religion, 124 3, 25, 1037| marriages of Catholics with persons of a different religion 125 3, 25, 1037| marriages of Catholics with persons of a different religion 126 3, 25, 1042| by constant company with persons not Catholics. The Church 127 3, 25, 1042| The Church does not wish persons to become Catholics merely 128 3, 25, 1044| entered into hastily when persons do not sufficiently consider 129 3, 25, 1045| marriage are worthy when persons enter it for the sake of 130 3, 25, 1047| their children to marry persons they dislike or preventing 131 3, 25, 1047| preventing them from marrying the persons chosen by the dictates of 132 3, 25, 1048| Q. 1049. May persons receive the Sacrament of 133 3, 25, 1048| Matrimony more than once?~A. Persons may receive the sacrament 134 3, 26, 1059| Q. 1060. How may persons sin in using Sacramentals?~ 135 3, 26, 1059| in using Sacramentals?~A. Persons may sin in using Sacramentals 136 3, 29, 1135| were given to Moses?~A. All persons, from the beginning of the 137 3, 30, 1152| saying of which superstitious persons believe they can avert evil, 138 3, 30, 1158| Mediums and spiritists are persons who pretend to converse 139 3, 30, 1174| Q. 1174. How do persons who are members of the Church 140 3, 30, 1174| profess their belief?~A. Persons who are members of the Church 141 3, 30, 1175| 1175. What chiefly prevents persons who believe in the Church 142 3, 30, 1175| courage chiefly prevents persons who believe in the Church 143 3, 31, 1207| but for the sake of the persons they represent. The souls 144 3, 31, 1214| civil heroes, to honor the persons these statues represent; 145 3, 32, 1224| us take an oath?~A. All persons to whom the law of our country 146 3, 32, 1233| and obedience, taken by persons living in religious communities 147 3, 32, 1233| communities or consecrated to God. Persons living in the world are 148 3, 33, 1263| superiors are meant all persons to whom we are in any way 149 3, 33, 1274| this act is called, and persons who willfully and knowingly 150 3, 34, 1294| In what other ways may persons sin against honesty?~A. 151 3, 34, 1294| sin against honesty?~A. Persons may sin against honesty 152 3, 34, 1296| Q. 1296. How may persons working for others be guilty 153 3, 34, 1296| guilty of dishonesty?~A. Persons working for others may be 154 3, 34, 1313| Tale-bearing is the act of telling persons what others have said about 155 3, 35, 1327| pastors. 6. Not to marry persons who are not Catholics, or 156 3, 35, 1331| mortal sin, the same as grown persons, to hear Mass on Sundays 157 3, 35, 1331| mortal sin, the same as grown persons, to hear Mass on Sundays 158 3, 35, 1339| obliged to fast?~A. All persons over 21 and under 59 years 159 3, 35, 1340| Church excuse any classes of persons from the obligation of fasting?~ 160 3, 35, 1340| excuse certain classes of persons from the obligation of fasting 161 3, 35, 1345| 1345. Are children and persons unable to fast bound to 162 3, 35, 1345| age of seven years, and persons who are unable to fast are 163 3, 36, 1361| blood relationship, and persons whose relationship is nearer 164 3, 36, 1361| kindred. It is unlawful for persons thus related to marry without 165 3, 36, 1363| Q. 1363. What should persons about to marry do, if they 166 3, 36, 1363| related to each other?~A. Persons about to marry, if they 167 3, 36, 1369| marriage when one of the persons is not a Catholic?~A. The 168 3, 36, 1369| marriage when one of the persons is not a Catholic. The marriage 169 3, 37, 1384| continue to pray for all persons who have died apparently 170 3, 37, 1400| God there are three Divine Persons: the Father, the Son, and 171 3, 37, 1400| Ghost, and these Divine Persons are called the Blessed Trinity.~


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