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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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religion

    Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 26, 288 | persons who have a different religion or no religion at all?~A. 2 2, 26, 288 | different religion or no religion at all?~A. The Church does 3 2, 26, 288 | persons who have a different religion or no religion at all. ~ 4 2, 26, 288 | different religion or no religion at all. ~ 5 2, 26, 289 | persons who have a different religion or no religion at all?~ 6 2, 26, 289 | different religion or no religion at all?~ The Church forbids 7 2, 26, 289 | persons who have a different religion or no religion at all, because 8 2, 26, 289 | different religion or no religion at all, because such marriages 9 2, 27, 296 | the chief mysteries of our religion. ~ 10 2, 27, 297 | the chief mysteries of our religion?~A. The sign of the Cross 11 2, 27, 297 | the chief mysteries of our religion because it expresses the 12 2, 35, 391 | minds the great mysteries of religion and the virtues and rewards 13 3, 1, 157 | truths and practices of our religion.~ ~ 14 3, 3, 181 | the mysteries of our holy religion are beyond comparison.~ ~ 15 3, 3, 201 | 201. Why must a divine religion have mysteries?~A. A divine 16 3, 3, 201 | have mysteries?~A. A divine religion must have mysteries because 17 3, 3, 201 | Himself must teach them. A religion that has only natural truths, 18 3, 3, 201 | and teach, is only a human religion.~ 19 3, 7, 326 | things that the Christian religion imposes?~ ~ 20 3, 8, 389 | at His death the Jewish religion ceased to be the true religion, 21 3, 8, 389 | religion ceased to be the true religion, and God no longer manifested 22 3, 8, 390 | 391. Why did the Jewish religion, which up to the death of 23 3, 8, 390 | Christ had been the true religion, cease at that time to be 24 3, 8, 390 | that time to be the true religion?~A. The Jewish religion, 25 3, 8, 390 | religion?~A. The Jewish religion, which, up to the death 26 3, 8, 390 | Christ, had been the true religion, ceased at that time to 27 3, 8, 390 | that time to be the true religion, because it was only a promise 28 3, 8, 390 | figure of the Christian religion, and when the redemption 29 3, 8, 390 | accomplished and the Christian religion established by the death 30 3, 8, 391 | all the laws of the Jewish religion abolished by the establishment 31 3, 8, 391 | moral laws of the Jewish religion were not abolished by the 32 3, 9, 439 | who were not of the Jewish religion or members of the Church 33 3, 10, 453 | the benefits of our holy religion and of its influence upon 34 3, 10, 471 | superstition, which is a misuse of religion, are opposed to Faith.~ ~ 35 3, 11, 483 | Q. 484. How was the true religion preserved from Adam till 36 3, 11, 483 | coming of Christ?~A. The true religion was preserved from Adam 37 3, 11, 484 | future events connected with religion, that they might foretell 38 3, 11, 486 | Q. 487. Was the true religion universal before the coming 39 3, 11, 486 | coming of Christ?~A. The true religion was not universal before 40 3, 11, 492 | truths and practice the religion He has taught.~ ~ 41 3, 11, 509 | 2. Firmly believes the religion he professes and practices 42 3, 11, 509 | practices to be the true religion, and~3. Dies without the 43 3, 11, 513 | do not wish to leave the religion in which they were born.~ 44 3, 11, 513 | Catholic Church.~3. One religion is as good as another if 45 3, 11, 514 | should remain in a false religion because we were born in 46 3, 11, 514 | work.~3. To say that one religion is as good as another is 47 3, 11, 514 | came to abolish the old religion and found the new in which 48 3, 11, 515 | can there be only one true religion?~A. There can be only one 49 3, 11, 515 | There can be only one true religion, because a thing cannot 50 3, 11, 515 | Christ disturb the Jewish religion and the Apostles condemn 51 3, 12, 540 | for the spread of the true religion by giving alms for the establishment 52 3, 13, 603 | are tempted to deny our religion by word or deed, the Sacramental 53 3, 14, 642 | child up in the Catholic religion. But if a child is surely 54 3, 14, 651 | from the enemies of our religion, rather than give up Catholic 55 3, 14, 658 | heretics or enemies of religion and virtue;~2. The names 56 3, 14, 663 | the chief truths of our religion.~ ~ 57 3, 14, 665 | and profess the Catholic religion themselves, how can they 58 3, 15, 686 | profess and practice our religion?~A. We must openly profess 59 3, 15, 686 | profess and practice our religion as often as we cannot do 60 3, 16, 736 | Are the enemies of our religion right when they say man 61 3, 16, 736 | sins?~A. The enemies of our religion are right when they say 62 3, 18, 814 | ignorant of the truths of religion and those who are in doubt 63 3, 18, 821 | to the service of God and religion. They live together in societies 64 3, 20, 863 | of some abandoning their religion rather than submit to the 65 3, 24, 996 | say, to preach the true religion, to administer the Sacraments, 66 3, 24, 1001| 1. Because in the Jewish religion, which was only a figure 67 3, 24, 1001| figure of the Christian religion, there was a true priesthood 68 3, 25, 1012| relationship, intention, religion and other matters affecting 69 3, 25, 1021| truths and duties of their religion for how will they teach 70 3, 25, 1031| with persons of a different religion, and in general all laws 71 3, 25, 1035| persons who have a different religion or no religion at all?~A. 72 3, 25, 1035| different religion or no religion at all?~A. The Church does 73 3, 25, 1035| persons who have a different religion or no religion at all.~ ~ ~ 74 3, 25, 1035| different religion or no religion at all.~ ~ ~ 75 3, 25, 1036| persons who have a different religion or no religion at all?~A. 76 3, 25, 1036| different religion or no religion at all?~A. The Church forbids 77 3, 25, 1036| persons who have a different religion, or no religion at all, 78 3, 25, 1036| different religion, or no religion at all, because such marriages 79 3, 25, 1037| with persons of a different religion called, and when does the 80 3, 25, 1037| with persons of a different religion are called mixed marriages. 81 3, 25, 1038| free exercise of his or her religion;~2. That the Catholic shall 82 3, 25, 1038| brought up in the Catholic religion.~ ~The marriage ceremony 83 3, 25, 1039| make profession of a false religion in acknowledging as a priest 84 3, 25, 1041| in the practice of their religion;~3. Because such marriages 85 3, 26, 1054| every class the truths of religion, which they may learn as 86 3, 26, 1065| the chief mysteries of our religion.~ ~ 87 3, 26, 1066| the chief mysteries of our religion?~A. The sign of the cross 88 3, 26, 1066| the chief mysteries of our religion because it expresses the 89 3, 26, 1080| chief truths of our holy religion and converted many to the 90 3, 29, 1139| abolished when the Christian religion was established?~A. The 91 3, 29, 1139| establishment of the Christian religion because they regard truth 92 3, 30, 1142| give up the practice of our religion for their sake.~ ~ 93 3, 30, 1148| worship by rejecting the religion He has instituted and following 94 3, 30, 1149| serve God in the form of religion He has instituted and in 95 3, 30, 1149| serve God in the form of religion He has instituted and in 96 3, 30, 1166| we neglect to learn our religion when He has given us the 97 3, 30, 1168| explain the truths of our religion unless we are certain of 98 3, 30, 1170| deny that He revealed a religion; 3. Agnostics, who will 99 3, 30, 1170| who have rejected the true religion, in which they formerly 100 3, 30, 1170| believed, to join a false religion; 8. Rationalists and Materialists, 101 3, 30, 1174| neighbor, and disgracing their religion by sinful and scandalous 102 3, 30, 1176| those who neglect the true religion for the sake of relatives 103 3, 30, 1176| those who neglect the true religion for the sake of relatives 104 3, 30, 1177| seek and embrace the true religion?~A. Some give as an excuse 105 3, 30, 1177| seek and embrace the true religion that we should live in the 106 3, 30, 1177| that we should live in the religion in which we were born, and 107 3, 30, 1177| were born, and that one religion is as good as another if 108 3, 30, 1178| discovered it; 2. Because if one religion is as good as another, Our 109 3, 30, 1178| have abolished the Jewish religion, nor the apostles have preached 110 3, 30, 1181| as we cannot conceal our religion without violating some law 111 3, 31, 1192| heroes, so do we honor our religion by honoring its Saints. 112 3, 31, 1192| Saints. By honoring our religion we honor God, who taught 113 3, 32, 1226| called upon to defend our religion against false charges; or 114 3, 32, 1249| Old Law means the law or religion given to the Jews; the New 115 3, 32, 1249| New Law means the law or religion given to Christians.~ ~ 116 3, 33, 1279| respect for God and holy religion.~ ~ 117 3, 35, 1332| minds the great mysteries of religion and the virtues and rewards 118 3, 36, 1359| religious institutions and religion in general.~ ~ 119 3, 36, 1365| the minister of another religion?~A. It is a mortal sin for 120 3, 36, 1365| the minister of another religion, and they who attempt to


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