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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 14, 162 | renounce the devil with all his works and pomps. ~ 2 2, 19, 221 | all spiritual and corporal works of mercy, and the patient 3 2, 19, 222 | are the chief spiritual works of mercy?~A. The chief spiritual 4 2, 19, 222 | A. The chief spiritual works of mercy are seven: To admonish 5 2, 19, 223 | Which are the chief corporal works of mercy?~A. The chief corporal 6 2, 19, 223 | mercy?~A. The chief corporal works of mercy are seven: To feed 7 2, 21, 237 | of grace and perform the works enjoined. ~ ~ 8 2, 31, 339 | by their prayers and good works, and they are aided by the 9 2, 32, 355 | prayer, and by other good works. ~ 10 2, 32, 359 | 359. Q. What are servile works?~A. Servile works are those 11 2, 32, 359 | servile works?~A. Servile works are those which require 12 2, 32, 360 | 360. Q. Are servile works on Sunday ever lawful?~A. 13 2, 32, 360 | ever lawful?~A. Servile works are lawful on Sunday when 14 2, 37, 421 | every man according to his works."  ~ 15 3, 4, 223 | offer our prayers, good works and desires to God.~ ~ 16 3, 4, 224 | offer our prayers and good works to God?~A. We know that 17 3, 4, 224 | offer our prayers and good works to God because it is so 18 3, 7, 324 | which are extraordinary works that can be performed only 19 3, 7, 327 | belief in the words and works of Our Lord.~ ~ 20 3, 9, 437 | history of Our Lord's life and works upon earth.~ ~ 21 3, 10, 482 | reward anything but our good works?~A. God rewards our good 22 3, 10, 482 | serve Him, even when our works are not successful. We should 23 3, 11, 491 | souls by their prayers, good works and alms.~ ~ 24 3, 14, 628 | the temporal. Prayer, good works and indulgences in this 25 3, 14, 654 | the devil, with all his works and pomps.~ ~ 26 3, 14, 667 | renounce the devil and all his works; that is, all sin.~ ~ 27 3, 15, 714 | the corporal and spiritual works of mercy, and who aid by 28 3, 15, 715 | thoughts, desires, words and works are pure and modest, are 29 3, 18, 804 | all spiritual and corporal works of mercy, and the patient 30 3, 18, 811 | spiritual from corporal works of mercy?~A. We can know 31 3, 18, 811 | spiritual from corporal works of mercy, for whatever we 32 3, 18, 812 | are the chief spiritual works of mercy?~A. The chief spiritual 33 3, 18, 812 | A. The chief spiritual works of mercy are seven:~To admonish 34 3, 18, 817 | the merit of their good works and need our prayers. The 35 3, 18, 818 | Which are the chief corporal works of mercy?~A. The chief corporal 36 3, 18, 818 | mercy?~A. The chief corporal works of mercy are seven:~1.To 37 3, 18, 819 | briefly state the corporal works of mercy?~A. We may briefly 38 3, 18, 819 | briefly state the corporal works of mercy by saying that 39 3, 18, 820 | aided in the performance of works of mercy?~A. Christians 40 3, 18, 820 | aided in the performance of works of mercy through the establishment 41 3, 18, 820 | our almsgiving and good works.~ ~ 42 3, 18, 821 | between prayer and good works. The houses in which they 43 3, 18, 823 | community takes one of Christ's works and seeks to become perfect 44 3, 18, 823 | the union of all their works continues as perfectly as 45 3, 18, 823 | perfectly as we can the works He began upon earth.~ ~ ~ 46 3, 20, 841 | Q. 842. How do good works done in mortal sin profit 47 3, 20, 841 | mortal sin profit us?~A. Good works done in mortal sin profit 48 3, 20, 853 | own sins. As their good works were many and their sins 49 3, 20, 857 | of grace and perform the works enjoined.~ ~ 50 3, 20, 858 | grace and performing the works enjoined, what else is necessary 51 3, 20, 858 | grace and performing the works enjoined, it is necessary 52 3, 20, 859 | prayers we say and good works we perform may have Indulgences 53 3, 20, 860 | Q. 861. What works are generally enjoined for 54 3, 20, 860 | gaining of Indulgences?~A. The works generally enjoined for the 55 3, 20, 864 | sometimes attached to the good works of certain persons.~ ~ 56 3, 20, 866 | is enjoined as one of the works?~A Weekly confession will 57 3, 20, 866 | is enjoined as one of the works, provided we continue in 58 3, 20, 866 | grace, perform the other works enjoined and have the intention 59 3, 31, 1202| by their prayers and good works, and they are aided by the 60 3, 32, 1235| promised pilgrimages, good works or alms and they have vowed 61 3, 32, 1241| cruel or find fault with His works is blasphemy. It is a much 62 3, 32, 1245| prayer, and by other good works.~ ~ 63 3, 32, 1246| 1246. Name some of the good works recommended for Sunday.~ 64 3, 32, 1246| Sunday.~A. Some of the good works recommended for Sunday are: 65 3, 32, 1246| whole Sunday in such good works, but we should give some 66 3, 32, 1253| 1253. What are servile works?~A. Servile works are those 67 3, 32, 1253| servile works?~A. Servile works are those which require 68 3, 32, 1254| 1254. From what do servile works derive their name?~A. Servile 69 3, 32, 1254| derive their name?~A. Servile works derive their name from the 70 3, 32, 1254| from the fact that such works were formerly done by slaves. 71 3, 32, 1254| studying and, in general, all works that slaves did not perform 72 3, 32, 1254| are not considered servile works.~ ~ 73 3, 32, 1255| Q. 1255. Are servile works on Sunday ever lawful?~A. 74 3, 32, 1255| ever lawful?~A. Servile works are lawful on Sundays when 75 3, 32, 1256| necessity may require servile works on Sunday.~A. The honor 76 3, 32, 1256| necessity may require servile works on Sunday, in such cases 77 3, 32, 1256| cooking of meals and similar works.~ ~ ~ ~ 78 3, 35, 1330| or the need of certain works that cannot be neglected 79 3, 35, 1335| Mass and keep from servile works as we do on Sundays.~ ~ 80 3, 37, 1399| every man according to his works."~ ~


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