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173 this
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169 receive
167 him

Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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    Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 7, 79 | Christ die?~A. Christ died on Good Friday. ~ ~ 2 2, 4, 37 | angels, as God created them, good and happy?~A. The angels, 3 2, 4, 37 | as God created them, were good and happy. ~ 4 2, 4, 38 | Did all the angels remain good and happy?~A. All the angels 5 2, 4, 38 | the angels did not remain good and happy; many of them 6 2, 8, 79 | Christ die?~A. Christ died on Good Friday. ~ 7 2, 8, 80 | Why do you call that day "good" on which Christ died so 8 2, 8, 80 | death?~A. We call that day "good" on which Christ died because 9 2, 10, 110 | will to shun evil and do good. ~ 10 2, 17, 193 | 193. Q. How can we make a good examination of conscience?~ 11 2, 17, 193 | conscience?~A. We can make a good examination of conscience 12 2, 18, 203 | offends God, who is infinitely good in Himself and worthy of 13 2, 19, 210 | the chief qualities of a good Confession?~A. The chief 14 2, 19, 210 | The chief qualities of a good Confession are three: it 15 2, 20 | ON THE MANNER OF MAKING A GOOD CONFESSION~ 16 2, 23, 254 | What is necessary to make a good Communion?~A. To make a 17 2, 23, 254 | Communion?~A. To make a good Communion it is necessary 18 2, 23, 260 | grace and the Source of all good. ~ 19 2, 27, 292 | by the Church to excite good thoughts and to increase 20 2, 29, 326 | our neighbor's spiritual good, or our own requires it. " 21 2, 31, 339 | another by their prayers and good works, and they are aided 22 2, 32, 348 | our own or our neighbor's good. ~ 23 2, 32, 355 | by prayer, and by other good works. ~ 24 2, 32, 360 | when the honor of God, the good of our neighbor, or necessity 25 2, 33, 364 | parents and superiors to take good care of all under their 26 2, 36, 398 | frequently, if we wish to lead a good life. ~ 27 2, 37, 416 | earth, often permits the good to suffer and the wicked 28 3 | On the Manner of Making a Good Confession~21. Lesson 21 29 3, 1, 129 | Only the consequences of good or evil done in this world 30 3, 1, 145 | thing and another; and to do good or evil in spite of reward 31 3, 1, 151 | because He is infinitely good.~ ~ 32 3, 2, 162 | A. A perfection is any good quality a thing should have. 33 3, 2, 162 | perfect when it has all the good qualities it should have.~ ~ 34 3, 2, 164 | perfection; for He possesses all good qualities in the highest 35 3, 4, 210 | glory and for their or our good.~ ~ 36 3, 4, 223 | and offer our prayers, good works and desires to God.~ ~ 37 3, 4, 224 | Angels offer our prayers and good works to God?~A. We know 38 3, 4, 224 | Angels offer our prayers and good works to God because it 39 3, 4, 226 | angels, as God created them, good and happy?~A. The angels, 40 3, 4, 226 | as God created them, were good and happy.~ ~ 41 3, 4, 227 | Did all the angels remain good and happy?~A. All the angels 42 3, 4, 227 | the angels did not remain good and happy; many of them 43 3, 4, 228 | Do we know the number of good and bad Angels?~A. We do 44 3, 4, 228 | not know the number of the good or bad Angels, but we know 45 3, 5, 246 | the tree of knowledge of good and evil."~ ~ 46 3, 5, 262 | use our free will in doing good or evil.~ ~ 47 3, 6, 309 | feeling of sorrow at another's good fortune and joy at the evil 48 3, 6, 309 | ourselves were injured by the good and benefited by the evil 49 3, 6, 316 | we give up trying to be good when we seem not to succeed 50 3, 6, 316 | not give up trying to be good when we seem not to succeed 51 3, 6, 316 | because our efforts to be good will keep us from becoming 52 3, 8, 380 | may learn that even the good may become very wicked by 53 3, 8, 382 | Christ die?~A. Christ died on Good Friday.~ ~ 54 3, 8, 383 | Why do you call that day "good" on which Christ died so 55 3, 8, 383 | death?~A. We call that day good on which Christ died because 56 3, 8, 392 | laws we mean laws regarding good and evil. By "ceremonial" 57 3, 9, 437 | sent, and "Gospel" means good tidings or news. Hence the 58 3, 9, 448 | Ghost when necessary for the good of the Church.~ ~ 59 3, 10, 457 | means a right to reward for good deeds done.~ ~ 60 3, 10, 462 | Virtue is the habit of doing good, and vice is the habit of 61 3, 10, 462 | habit of doing evil. An act, good or bad, does not form a 62 3, 10, 470 | because He is infinitely good and beautiful and worthy 63 3, 10, 474 | will to shun evil and do good.~ 64 3, 10, 481 | supernatural reward for good deeds performed while he 65 3, 10, 481 | supernatural reward for good deeds performed while he 66 3, 10, 481 | nevertheless, God rewards such good deeds by giving the grace 67 3, 10, 481 | should ever strive to do good.~ 68 3, 10, 482 | reward anything but our good works?~A. God rewards our 69 3, 10, 482 | works?~A. God rewards our good intention and desire to 70 3, 10, 482 | successful. We should make this good intention often during the 71 3, 11, 491 | souls by their prayers, good works and alms.~ ~ 72 3, 11, 513 | Church.~3. One religion is as good as another if we try to 73 3, 11, 514 | that one religion is as good as another is to assert 74 3, 11, 515 | to serve God are equally good and true, why did Christ 75 3, 12, 537 | nations or men do is either good or bad, just or unjust, 76 3, 14, 628 | of the temporal. Prayer, good works and indulgences in 77 3, 14, 666 | should chiefly consider the good character and virtue of 78 3, 15, 687 | Q. 688. Why have we good reason never to be ashamed 79 3, 15, 687 | Catholic faith?~A. We have good reason never to be ashamed 80 3, 15, 692 | because as one cannot be a good soldier without knowing 81 3, 15, 692 | leader, so one cannot be a good Christian without knowing 82 3, 15, 696 | they must be of the same good character as those required 83 3, 15, 709 | an opportunity of doing good by His Words presented itself. 84 3, 15, 717 | He eagerly sought to do good, showed mercy to all, recommended 85 3, 16, 726 | confession, either for the good of the penitent or for the 86 3, 16, 746 | angry and lessens their good dispositions for confession;~ 87 3, 16, 749 | all that is required for a good confession, and when, through 88 3, 16, 750 | 751. How can we make a good examination of conscience?~ 89 3, 16, 750 | conscience?~A. We can make a good examination of conscience 90 3, 17, 764 | offends God, who is infinitely good in Himself and worthy of 91 3, 18, 784 | the chief qualities of a good Confession?~A. The chief 92 3, 18, 784 | The chief qualities of a good Confession are three: it 93 3, 18, 793 | and the confession was good and worthy.~ ~ 94 3, 18, 816 | preservation of lawful authority, good order in society, the protection 95 3, 18, 816 | and sometimes even the good of the guilty one himself, 96 3, 18, 817 | deprived of the merit of their good works and need our prayers. 97 3, 18, 820 | means by our almsgiving and good works.~ ~ 98 3, 18, 821 | time between prayer and good works. The houses in which 99 3, 19 | On the Manner of Making a Good Confession~ ~ 100 3, 19, 833 | 2. Of a father, by the good advice and encouragement 101 3, 20, 841 | Q. 842. How do good works done in mortal sin 102 3, 20, 841 | mortal sin profit us?~A. Good works done in mortal sin 103 3, 20, 841 | will bestow gifts for every good deed as He will punish every 104 3, 20, 844 | less in proportion to our good dispositions.~ ~ 105 3, 20, 853 | their own sins. As their good works were many and their 106 3, 20, 859 | of the prayers we say and good works we perform may have 107 3, 20, 864 | sometimes attached to the good works of certain persons.~ ~ 108 3, 22, 900 | What is necessary to make a good Communion?~A. To make a 109 3, 22, 900 | Communion?~A. To make a good Communion it is necessary 110 3, 22, 909 | grace and the Source of all good.~ ~ 111 3, 23, 925 | and glory of God, to the good of the Church or the welfare 112 3, 23, 942 | signifies sorrow, and is used on Good Friday and at Masses for 113 3, 24, 970 | it be for our spiritual good, as most of the prayers 114 3, 24, 975 | Sacraments and the blessings of a good death.~ ~ 115 3, 24, 983 | faithful to their spiritual good. A bishop has the full power 116 3, 24, 990 | reminds the wearer of the Good Shepherd, whose example 117 3, 24, 994 | guided only by the future good and happiness of their children 118 3, 24, 996 | and to do all manner of good for the salvation of souls.~ ~ 119 3, 24, 1003| or for reasons that seem good to those in authority over 120 3, 25, 1012| other matters affecting the good of the Sacrament.~ ~ ~ 121 3, 25, 1014| other laws, there must be a good and urgent reason for granting 122 3, 25, 1024| Church sometimes, for very good reasons, does allow husband 123 3, 25, 1029| accept the direction of good parents.~ ~ ~ 124 3, 25, 1038| shall try by teaching and good example to lead the one 125 3, 25, 1041| children should have the good example of both parents 126 3, 25, 1042| rule, not sincere, do no good, but rather make such converts 127 3, 25, 1047| desires, rather than the good of their children, and thus 128 3, 26, 1051| by the Church to excite good thoughts and to increase 129 3, 26, 1052| the Sacramentals excite good thoughts and increase devotion?~ 130 3, 26, 1052| The Sacramentals excite good thoughts by recalling to 131 3, 26, 1052| special reason for doing good and avoiding evil; especially 132 3, 26, 1057| Sacramentals because they excite good thoughts and increase devotion. 133 3, 26, 1059| gives them and through the good dispositions they excite 134 3, 30, 1152| they can avert evil, bring good fortune or produce some 135 3, 30, 1177| that one religion is as good as another if we believe 136 3, 30, 1178| Because if one religion is as good as another, Our Lord would 137 3, 30, 1180| our neighbor's spiritual good or our own requires it. " 138 3, 30, 1181| our neighbor's spiritual good, or our own good require 139 3, 30, 1181| spiritual good, or our own good require us to make an open 140 3, 30, 1181| our neighbor's spiritual good, or our own good requires 141 3, 30, 1181| spiritual good, or our own good requires us to make an open 142 3, 31, 1194| whatever tends to make us good, tends also to the glory 143 3, 31, 1202| another by their prayers and good works, and they are aided 144 3, 32, 1225| our own or our neighbor's good.~ ~ 145 3, 32, 1226| our own or our neighbor's good?~A. An oath may be required 146 3, 32, 1226| our own or our neighbor's good when we are called upon 147 3, 32, 1226| our neighbor's property or good name; or when we are required 148 3, 32, 1227| obey another in whatever good or evil he commands?~A. 149 3, 32, 1227| obey another in whatever good or evil he commands, for 150 3, 32, 1229| unlawful means to secure even a good end; for the Church can 151 3, 32, 1229| permit anyone to do evil that good may come of it.~ ~ 152 3, 32, 1235| have promised pilgrimages, good works or alms and they have 153 3, 32, 1240| unnecessary when there is no good reason for taking it.~ ~ 154 3, 32, 1245| by prayer, and by other good works.~ ~ 155 3, 32, 1246| 1246. Name some of the good works recommended for Sunday.~ 156 3, 32, 1246| for Sunday.~A. Some of the good works recommended for Sunday 157 3, 32, 1246| the whole Sunday in such good works, but we should give 158 3, 32, 1255| when the honor of God, the good of our neighbor, or necessity 159 3, 32, 1256| when the honor of God, the good of our neighbor or necessity 160 3, 32, 1256| A. The honor of God, the good of our neighbor or necessity 161 3, 33, 1265| parents and superiors to take good care of all under their 162 3, 33, 1276| of law and order and the good of the community require 163 3, 34, 1309| Q. 1309. Will a good reason for telling a lie 164 3, 34, 1309| it?~A. No reason, however good, will excuse the telling 165 3, 34, 1309| never allowed, even for a good intention to do a thing 166 3, 36, 1350| frequently, if we wish to lead a good life.~ ~ 167 3, 37, 1377| prepare for our judgment by a good examination of conscience, 168 3, 37, 1387| earth, often permits the good to suffer and the wicked 169 3, 37, 1398| proportion to the amount of good or evil he has done in this 170 3, 37, 1400| and He will reward the good and punish the wicked.~2.


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