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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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1 1, 5, 54 | 54. Q. What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a 2 1, 5, 54 | What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous offense 3 2, 6, 54 | 54. Q. What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a 4 2, 6, 54 | What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous offense 5 2, 6, 55 | Why is this sin called mortal?~A. This sin is called mortal 6 2, 6, 55 | mortal?~A. This sin is called mortal because it deprives us of 7 2, 6, 56 | necessary to make a sin mortal?~A. To make a sin mortal 8 2, 6, 56 | mortal?~A. To make a sin mortal three things are necessary: 9 2, 6, 58 | weakening of the power to resist mortal sin. ~ 10 2, 13, 144 | Sacraments of the living in mortal sin?~A. He who receives 11 2, 13, 144 | Sacraments of the living in mortal sin commits a sacrilege, 12 2, 18, 199 | should be sorry for all our mortal sins without exception. ~ 13 2, 18, 206 | resolve not only to avoid all mortal sin, but also its near occasions. ~ 14 2, 19, 209 | bound to confess all our mortal sins. but it is well also 15 2, 19, 215 | we forget to confess a mortal sin?~A. If without our fault 16 2, 19, 215 | fault we forget to confess a mortal sin, Tour Confession is 17 2, 19, 216 | offense willfully to conceal a mortal sin in Confession?~A. It 18 2, 19, 216 | offense willfully to conceal a mortal sin in Confession, because 19 2, 19, 217 | has willfully concealed a mortal sin in Confession?~A. He 20 2, 19, 217 | has willfully concealed a mortal sin in Confession must not 21 2, 20, 226 | we should confess all the mortal sins we have since committed, 22 2, 21, 232 | one who is in a state of mortal sin cannot gain an Indulgence. ~ 23 2, 23, 255 | who receives Communion in mortal sin receive the body and 24 2, 23, 255 | who receives Communion in mortal sin receives the body and 25 2, 23, 256 | it enough to be free from mortal sin to receive Plentifully 26 2, 23, 256 | not enough to be free from mortal sin, but we should be free 27 2, 23, 259 | Communion, under pain of mortal sin, during the Easter time 28 2, 29, 330 | sin, but particularly by mortal sin. ~ ~ ~ 29 2, 32, 351 | fulfill our vows is a sin, mortal or venial, according to 30 2, 35, 390 | 390. Q. Is it a mortal sin not to hear Mass on 31 2, 35, 390 | of obligation?~A. It is a mortal sin not to hear Mass on 32 2, 35, 390 | reason. They also commit a mortal sin who, having others under 33 2, 36, 397 | are obliged, under pain of mortal sin, to go to confession 34 2, 36, 400 | the Easter time commits a mortal sin. ~ 35 3, 1, 141 | dead while in a state of mortal sin?~A. We say a soul is 36 3, 1, 141 | dead while in a state of mortal sin, because in that state 37 3, 5, 258 | first parents and us in mortal sin?~A. The loss of the 38 3, 5, 258 | first parents and us in mortal sin because it deprived 39 3, 5, 258 | should have had was to be in mortal sin. As all their children 40 3, 5, 258 | the world in a state of mortal sin.~ ~ 41 3, 6, 274 | into greater sins, called mortal, and lesser sins, called 42 3, 6, 279 | two kinds of actual sin -- mortal and venial.~ ~ 43 3, 6, 280 | Q. 280. What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a 44 3, 6, 280 | What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous offense 45 3, 6, 281 | Why is this sin called mortal?~A. This sin is called mortal 46 3, 6, 281 | mortal?~A. This sin is called mortal because it deprives us of 47 3, 6, 282 | necessary to make a sin mortal?~A. To make a sin mortal, 48 3, 6, 282 | mortal?~A. To make a sin mortal, three things are necessary:~ 49 3, 6, 283 | thought, word or deed by which mortal sin is committed must be 50 3, 6, 283 | therefore sufficient to make a mortal sin if we deliberately yield 51 3, 6, 287 | what sins are considered mortal?~A. We can know what sins 52 3, 6, 287 | what sins are considered mortal from Holy Scripture; from 53 3, 6, 291 | distinguish venial from mortal sin?~A. We cannot always 54 3, 6, 291 | distinguish venial from mortal sin, and in such cases we 55 3, 6, 292 | slight offenses ever become mortal sins?~A. Slight offenses 56 3, 6, 292 | Slight offenses can become mortal sins if we commit them through 57 3, 6, 293 | weakening of the power to resist mortal sin.~ ~ 58 3, 6, 306 | Is drunkenness always a mortal sin?~A. Deliberate drunkenness 59 3, 6, 306 | drunkenness is always a mortal sin if the person be completely 60 3, 6, 306 | desired may be excused from mortal sin.~ ~ 61 3, 6, 307 | danger of dying in a state of mortal sin.~ ~ 62 3, 8, 384 | He proved Himself a real mortal man, for He could not die 63 3, 10, 459 | as we are not guilty of mortal sin; and hence, it is often 64 3, 10, 471 | Q. 472. What mortal sins are opposed to Faith?~ 65 3, 10, 481 | performed while he is in mortal sin?~A. A person cannot 66 3, 10, 481 | performed while he is in mortal sin; nevertheless, God rewards 67 3, 10, 481 | all persons, even those in mortal sin, should ever strive 68 3, 11, 509 | Dies without the guilt of mortal sin on his soul.~ ~ 69 3, 13, 591 | words, when the soul is in mortal sin. A Sacrament is said 70 3, 13, 596 | the soul is in a state of mortal sin. By the Sacraments of 71 3, 13, 596 | grace -- i.e., free from mortal sin. Living and dead do 72 3, 13, 598 | Sacraments of the living in mortal sin?~A. He who receives 73 3, 13, 598 | Sacraments of the living in mortal sin commits a sacrilege, 74 3, 13, 606 | are:~1.To confess all our mortal sins as we know them;~2. 75 3, 17, 758 | should be sorry for all our mortal sins without exception.~ ~ 76 3, 17, 759 | Why cannot some of our mortal sins be forgiven while the 77 3, 17, 759 | impossible for any of our mortal sins to be forgiven unless 78 3, 17, 759 | so sanctifying grace and mortal sin cannot dwell together. 79 3, 17, 759 | the soul, there can be no mortal sin, and if there be mortal 80 3, 17, 759 | mortal sin, and if there be mortal sin, there can be no grace, 81 3, 17, 759 | can be no grace, for one mortal sin expels all grace.~ ~ 82 3, 17, 765 | contrition obtain pardon for mortal sin without the Sacrament 83 3, 17, 765 | contrition will obtain pardon for mortal sin without the Sacrament 84 3, 17, 769 | resolve not only to avoid all mortal sin, but also its near occasions.~ ~ 85 3, 18, 779 | bound to confess all our mortal sins, but it is well also 86 3, 18, 780 | a sin is venial and when mortal.~ ~ 87 3, 18, 792 | we forget to confess a mortal sin?~A. If without our fault 88 3, 18, 792 | fault we forget to confess a mortal sin, our Confession is worthy, 89 3, 18, 793 | has forgotten to tell a mortal sin in confession go to 90 3, 18, 793 | has forgotten to tell a mortal sin in confession may go 91 3, 18, 794 | offense willfully to conceal a mortal sin in Confession?~A. It 92 3, 18, 794 | offense willfully to conceal a mortal sin in Confession, because 93 3, 18, 797 | has willfully concealed a mortal sin in Confession?~A. He 94 3, 18, 797 | has willfully concealed a mortal sin in Confession must not 95 3, 18, 798 | has willfully concealed a mortal sin in confession do more 96 3, 18, 798 | has willfully concealed a mortal sin in confession must, 97 3, 18, 813 | 1. When his fault is a mortal sin;~2. When we have authority 98 3, 18, 817 | temptations, and while in mortal sin they are deprived of 99 3, 19, 827 | we should confess all the mortal sins we have since committed, 100 3, 20, 840 | one who is in a state of mortal sin cannot gain an Indulgence.~ ~ 101 3, 20, 841 | How do good works done in mortal sin profit us?~A. Good works 102 3, 20, 841 | us?~A. Good works done in mortal sin profit us by obtaining 103 3, 20, 841 | sometimes temporal blessings. Mortal sin deprives us of all our 104 3, 22, 895 | contrition. It preserves us from mortal sin by exciting us to greater 105 3, 22, 901 | fast, but it would be a mortal sin to receive Holy Communion 106 3, 22, 902 | who receives Communion in mortal sin receive the body and 107 3, 22, 902 | who receives Communion in mortal sin receives the body and 108 3, 22, 903 | it enough to be free from mortal sin to receive plentifully 109 3, 22, 903 | not enough to be free from mortal sin, but we should be free 110 3, 22, 908 | Communion, under pain of mortal sin, during the Easter time 111 3, 23, 954 | obliging us under pain of mortal sin to hear Mass.~ ~ ~ ~ 112 3, 24, 969 | Extreme Unction take away mortal sin if the dying person 113 3, 24, 969 | Extreme Unction will take away mortal sin if the dying person 114 3, 25, 1005| To marry unlawfully is a mortal sin, and it deprives the 115 3, 30, 1171| a heretic and guilty of mortal sin, because the Holy Scripture 116 3, 30, 1184| confession when in a state of mortal sin; 2. By delaying the 117 3, 30, 1188| sin, but particularly by mortal sin.~ ~ ~ 118 3, 32, 1223| law of our country and a mortal sin before God.~ ~ 119 3, 32, 1237| fulfill our vows is a sin, mortal or venial, according to 120 3, 32, 1244| are bound, under pain of mortal sin, to hear Mass and to 121 3, 33, 1274| act is called?~A. It is a mortal sin to destroy one's own 122 3, 33, 1274| an act die in a state of mortal sin and are deprived of 123 3, 33, 1278| soul by leading it into mortal sin.~ ~ 124 3, 33, 1285| deliberate, they are always mortal, and 3. Because, more than 125 3, 34, 1291| steal?~A. To steal is a mortal or venial sin, according 126 3, 35, 1329| Q. 1329. Is it a mortal sin not to hear Mass on 127 3, 35, 1329| of obligation?~A. It is a mortal sin not to hear Mass on 128 3, 35, 1329| reason. They also commit a mortal sin who, having others under 129 3, 35, 1331| children obliged, under pain of mortal sin, the same as grown persons, 130 3, 35, 1331| are obliged under pain of mortal sin, the same as grown persons, 131 3, 35, 1335| are obliged under pain of mortal sin to hear Mass and keep 132 3, 36, 1349| are obliged, under pain of mortal sin, to go to confession 133 3, 36, 1353| the Easter time commits a mortal sin.~ ~ 134 3, 36, 1365| another religion?~A. It is a mortal sin for Catholics to be 135 3, 37, 1384| true faith and free from mortal sin. They are called the


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