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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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1 1, 1, 3 | 3. Q. What is man?~A. Man 2 2, 1, 3 | 3. Q. What is man?~A. Man 3 3 | Catechism 3~Prayers~1. The Lord's Prayer.~ 4 3 | The Angelical Salutation.~3. The Apostles' Creed.~4. 5 3 | God and His Perfections~3. Lesson 3 On the Unity and 6 3 | His Perfections~3. Lesson 3 On the Unity and Trinity 7 3, 4, 215 | live, as plants and trees;~3. Things that exist, grow, 8 3, 7, 365 | His parents at Nazareth.~3. His public life, extending 9 3, 8, 375 | sins of the whole world;~3. By His knowledge of men' 10 3, 8, 386 | pardons the penitent sinner.~3. "Woman, behold thy Son" -- " 11 3, 8, 408 | as rapidly as an angel;~3. Subtility, by which material 12 3, 11, 509 | be the true religion, and~3. Dies without the guilt 13 3, 11, 513 | in the Catholic Church.~3. One religion is as good 14 3, 11, 514 | Church to continue the work.~3. To say that one religion 15 3, 12, 530 | and to the whole Church;~3. He must indicate by certain 16 3, 12, 561 | by the first Christians;~3. Because there are many 17 3, 12, 564 | throughout the whole world;~3. It is universal in doctrine, 18 3, 12, 565 | in their communications;~3. To show that the Church 19 3, 12, 570 | lead to evil consequences;~3. They are not catholic or 20 3, 13, 606 | To be sorry for them, and~3. To have the determination 21 3, 13, 606 | in a state of grace, and~3. -- except in special cases 22 3, 14, 629 | there is a double guilt:~2.~3.(1) Of insulting God and 23 3, 14, 634 | how to give baptism, and~3. Intends to do what the 24 3, 14, 646 | wisdom imparted by faith;~3. The holding of the priest' 25 3, 14, 658 | names of heathen gods, and~3. Nick-names.~ ~ 26 3, 14, 663 | marriage, of its mother;~3. The exact day of the month 27 3, 14, 667 | must have faith in Christ;~3. They must have true sorrow 28 3, 15, 707 | shall possess the land.~3. Blessed are they that mourn, 29 3, 15, 710 | eternal glory in the next.~3. They offer us encouragement 30 3, 16, 740 | have sorrow for our sins.~3. We must make a firm resolution 31 3, 16, 745 | number of habitual sins;~3. Giving a vague answer, 32 3, 16, 746 | dispositions for confession;~3. It annoys and distracts 33 3, 17, 773 | which we sometimes fall;~3. Voluntary occasions or 34 3, 17, 774 | whether we sin in them or not;~3. The things are all bad 35 3, 18, 796 | we ever hope to be saved;~3. It will be made known on 36 3, 18, 813 | influence over him, and~3. When there is reason to 37 3, 19, 829 | is about to take place;~3. It is hurtful and must 38 3, 19, 833 | encouragement he gives us;~3. Of a teacher, by his instructions, 39 3, 21, 876 | substance of His body and blood;~3. By showing that He gave 40 3, 21, 877 | at the marriage of Cana.~3. Our own food is daily changed 41 3, 21, 879 | instituted the Holy Eucharist;~3. From the constant use of 42 3, 22, 894 | all virtues in our soul.~3.To lessen our evil inclinations.~ 43 3, 22, 914 | neatness and cleanliness;~3. About raising our head, 44 3, 23, 922 | intention for which it is said;~3.The third on those who are 45 3, 23, 924 | is called a Solemn Mass;~3. When sung by a priest without 46 3, 23, 931 | Christ's body and blood;~3. The Communion, at which 47 3, 23, 935 | and wine from the grape;~3. Vestments for the priest, 48 3, 23, 938 | used in handling the host;~3. The pall or white card 49 3, 23, 941 | garment to signify innocence;~3. The Cincture, a cord about 50 3, 23, 949 | and ceremonies signify;~3. To remind the priest himself 51 3, 24, 959 | for sins committed, and~3. A general intention or 52 3, 24, 970 | Penance and Holy Viaticum;~3. One of its chief objects 53 3, 24, 980 | laymen should not perform;~3. Sub-deaconship, by which 54 3, 24, 984 | of parishes or a diocese;~3. Archbishops, who have authority 55 3, 24, 993 | for light on the subject;~3. By seeking the advice of 56 3, 24, 994 | not been divinely called;~3. That in giving their advice 57 3, 25, 1009| the world to serve God;~3. To prevent sins against 58 3, 25, 1038| embrace the true faith;~3. That all the children born 59 3, 25, 1041| practice of their religion;~3. Because such marriages 60 3, 26, 1058| without any external act;~3. On the authority of the 61 3, 26, 1083| of St. John the Baptist; 3. The Nativity, or birth, 62 3, 26, 1084| lashed in a cruel manner; 3. The Crowning with Thorns -- 63 3, 26, 1085| The Ascension of Our Lord; 3. The Coming of the Holy 64 3, 26, 1094| Herod sought to kill Him; 3. The three days she lost 65 3, 29, 1130| the Lord thy God in vain. 3. Remember thou keep holy 66 3, 29, 1136| their worship in the temple; 3. Moral laws, guiding their 67 3, 30, 1162| through mere curiosity; 3. Because by our pretended 68 3, 30, 1164| all that God has taught; 3.3rd. By neglecting to profess 69 3, 30, 1170| He revealed a religion; 3. Agnostics, who will neither 70 3, 30, 1184| repentance for past sins; 3. By being indifferent about 71 3, 31, 1205| books, used by the saint; 3. Articles that have touched 72 3, 31, 1208| proving its genuineness. 3. The relics cannot be exposed 73 3, 32, 1228| and the means used sinful; 3. Societies in which the 74 3, 33, 1276| of the nation require it; 3. By the lawful execution 75 3, 33, 1285| they are always mortal, and 3. Because, more than other 76 3, 35, 1327| abstain on the days appointed. 3. To confess at least once 77 3, 35, 1333| Christmas (Dec. 25th);~3. Feast of the Circumcision 78 3, 37, 1400| called the Blessed Trinity.~3. That Jesus Christ, the


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