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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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1 2, 11, 117 | A. Our Holy Father the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is 2 2, 11, 118 | 118. Q. Why is the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, the 3 2, 11, 118 | Head of the Church?~A. The Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is 4 2, 12, 123 | right and power which the Pope and the bishops, as the 5 2, 12, 125 | when it speaks through the Pope and the bishops, united 6 2, 12, 125 | council, or through the Pope alone when he proclaims 7 2, 12, 127 | in their fullness in the Pope, the visible Head of the 8 3, 1, 157 | teaching Church"; that is, the Pope, Bishops, and priests, whose 9 3, 1, 160 | the Infallibility of the Pope, nor of the Immaculate Conception 10 3, 3, 184 | supreme, and in the Church the Pope is supreme.~ ~ 11 3, 11, 489 | Those who teach, namely, the Pope, bishops and priests, are 12 3, 11, 493 | his own diocese, and the Pope in the whole Church.~ ~ 13 3, 11, 495 | A. Our Holy Father the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is 14 3, 11, 496 | acts in the name of the Pope, and a Vicar General is 15 3, 11, 497 | Q. 498. Could any one be Pope without being Bishop of 16 3, 11, 497 | Rome?~A. One could not be Pope without being Bishop of 17 3, 11, 497 | and whoever is elected Pope must give up his title to 18 3, 11, 498 | Q. 499. Why is the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, the 19 3, 11, 498 | Head of the Church?~A. The Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is 20 3, 11, 500 | called the Holy Father or Pope. Pope means father.~ ~ 21 3, 11, 500 | the Holy Father or Pope. Pope means father.~ ~ 22 3, 11, 501 | Primacy of St. Peter or of the Pope. Primacy means holding first 23 3, 12, 524 | right and power which the Pope and the Bishops, as the 24 3, 12, 529 | when it speaks through the Pope and Bishops united in general 25 3, 12, 529 | council, or through the Pope alone when he proclaims 26 3, 12, 530 | What is necessary that the Pope may speak infallibly or 27 3, 12, 530 | ex-cathedra?~A. That the Pope may speak infallibly, or 28 3, 12, 531 | Q. 532. Is the Pope infallible in everything 29 3, 12, 531 | he says and does?~A. The Pope is not infallible in everything 30 3, 12, 531 | Church. Nevertheless, the Pope's opinion on any subject 31 3, 12, 532 | Q. 533. Can the Pope commit sin?~A. The Pope 32 3, 12, 532 | Pope commit sin?~A. The Pope can commit sin and he must 33 3, 12, 536 | Anti-pope means a pretended pope. The anti-popes were men 34 3, 12, 536 | papal power while the lawful pope was in prison or exile.~ ~ 35 3, 12, 537 | Q. 538. Why must the Pope sometimes warn us on political 36 3, 12, 537 | and other matters?~A. The Pope must sometimes warn us on 37 3, 12, 537 | unjust, and wherever the Pope discovers falsehood, wickedness 38 3, 12, 538 | temporal power" of the Pope?~A. By the temporal power 39 3, 12, 538 | the temporal power of the Pope we mean the right which 40 3, 12, 538 | mean the right which the Pope has as a temporal or ordinary 41 3, 12, 539 | Q. 540. How did the Pope acquire and how was he deprived 42 3, 12, 539 | the temporal power?~A. The Pope acquired the temporal power 43 3, 12, 540 | 1. Because it gave the Pope the complete independence 44 3, 12, 541 | faithful for the support of the Pope and the government of the 45 3, 12, 541 | faithful for the support of the Pope and government of the Church " 46 3, 12, 546 | in their fullness in the Pope, the visible Head of the 47 3, 12, 549 | world are subject to the Pope.~ ~ 48 3, 16, 729 | sometimes only from the Pope, or by his special permission. 49 3, 16, 730 | some sins reserved to the Pope or bishop?~A. The absolution 50 3, 16, 730 | sins is reserved to the Pope or bishop to deter or prevent, 51 3, 20, 845 | Indulgences of a jubilee which the Pope grants every twenty-five 52 3, 20, 855 | grant Indulgences?~A. The Pope alone has the power to grant 53 3, 20, 855 | special permission of the Pope, have the right to grant 54 3, 20, 856 | the declarations of the Pope and of the Sacred Congregation 55 3, 20, 860 | for the intention of the Pope.~ ~ 56 3, 24, 983 | power of orders and the Pope alone has the full power 57 3, 24, 984 | and last and highest, the Pope, who rules the Church throughout 58 3, 24, 985 | Cardinals are next to the Pope, and Vicars Apostolic, Monsignori, 59 3, 24, 985 | specially appointed by the Pope rank according to the powers 60 3, 24, 986 | are to advise and aid the Pope in the government of the 61 3, 24, 986 | Church, and to elect a new Pope when the reigning Pope dies. 62 3, 24, 986 | new Pope when the reigning Pope dies. They are divided into 63 3, 24, 987 | worthy priest upon whom the Pope confers this title as a 64 3, 24, 990 | woolen vestment worn by the Pope and sent by him to patriarchs, 65 3, 24, 998 | as Most Reverend, and the Pope as Holy Father.~ ~ 66 3, 26, 1096| solemnly blessed by the Pope with special prayers for 67 3, 30, 1170| to the authority of the Pope; 7. Apostates, who have 68 3, 36, 1359| of our holy father, the Pope, bishops, priests, missions,


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