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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 11, 117 | Holy Father the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is the Vicar of 2 2, 11, 118 | Q. Why is the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, the visible Head 3 2, 11, 118 | Church?~A. The Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is the visible 4 2, 15, 167 | administers Confirmation?~A. The bishop is the ordinary minister 5 2, 15, 168 | 168. Q. How does the bishop give Confirmation?~A. The 6 2, 15, 168 | give Confirmation?~A. The bishop extends his hands over those 7 2, 15, 169 | balm, consecrated by the bishop. ~ 8 2, 15, 170 | 170. Q. What does the bishop say in anointing the person 9 2, 15, 170 | the person he confirms the bishop says: I sign thee with the 10 2, 15, 172 | 172. Q. Why does the bishop give the person he confirms 11 2, 15, 172 | blow on the cheek?~A. The bishop gives the person he confirms 12 3, 11, 493 | in his own parish; every bishop in his own diocese, and 13 3, 11, 495 | Holy Father the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is the Vicar of 14 3, 11, 496 | acts in the name of the bishop.~ ~ 15 3, 11, 497 | one be Pope without being Bishop of Rome?~A. One could not 16 3, 11, 497 | not be Pope without being Bishop of Rome, and whoever is 17 3, 11, 497 | diocese and take the title of Bishop of Rome.~ ~ 18 3, 11, 498 | 499. Why is the Pope, the Bishop of Rome, the visible Head 19 3, 11, 498 | Church?~A. The Pope, the Bishop of Rome, is the visible 20 3, 11, 499 | of Rome and was its first bishop.~ ~ 21 3, 11, 500 | 501. By what name is a bishop's diocese sometimes called?~ 22 3, 11, 500 | diocese sometimes called?~A. A bishop's diocese is sometimes called 23 3, 11, 500 | called the Holy See, and its bishop is called the Holy Father 24 3, 12, 534 | a Cathedral because the bishop's cathedra, that is, his 25 3, 13, 581 | Confirmation and the placing of the bishop's hands over the person 26 3, 13, 617 | between the powers of a bishop and of a priest with regard 27 3, 13, 617 | between the powers of a bishop and of a priest with regard 28 3, 13, 617 | the Sacraments is that a bishop can give all the Sacraments, 29 3, 15, 674 | administers Confirmation?~A. The bishop is the ordinary minister 30 3, 15, 675 | 676. Why do we say the bishop is the "ordinary minister" 31 3, 15, 675 | Confirmation?~A. We say the bishop is the ordinary minister 32 3, 15, 675 | Holy Oil blessed by the bishop.~ ~ 33 3, 15, 676 | Q. 677. How does the bishop give Confirmation?~A. The 34 3, 15, 676 | give Confirmation?~A. The bishop extends his hands over those 35 3, 15, 677 | does the extending of the bishop's hands over us signify?~ 36 3, 15, 677 | Confirmation, the extending of the bishop's hands over us signifies 37 3, 15, 678 | balm, consecrated by the bishop.~ ~ 38 3, 15, 682 | on Holy Thursday by the bishop, who alone has the right 39 3, 15, 683 | are usually blessed by a bishop.~ ~ 40 3, 15, 684 | Q. 685. What does the bishop say in anointing the person 41 3, 15, 684 | the person he confirms the bishop says: "I sign thee with 42 3, 15, 688 | Q. 689. Why does the bishop give the person he confirms 43 3, 15, 688 | blow on the cheek?~A. The bishop gives the person he confirms 44 3, 16, 728 | which must be given by the bishop, who authorizes the priest 45 3, 16, 729 | be obtained only from the bishop, and sometimes only from 46 3, 16, 730 | reserved to the Pope or bishop?~A. The absolution from 47 3, 16, 730 | reserved to the Pope or bishop to deter or prevent, by 48 3, 16, 731 | without the permission of the bishop?~A. Any priest can absolve 49 3, 16, 731 | without the permission of the bishop, because at the hour of 50 3, 18, 776 | confessions by the lawful bishop of the diocese in which 51 3, 23, 924 | When the Mass is sung by a bishop, assisted by a deacon and 52 3, 23, 936 | relics sealed up in it by the bishop, and if the altar is of 53 3, 23, 952 | ceremonies. If the celebrant be a bishop, the Mass or Vespers is 54 3, 24, 980 | clipping of the hair by the bishop, by which the candidate 55 3, 24, 983 | their spiritual good. A bishop has the full power of orders 56 3, 24, 984 | congregations in the name of their bishop;~2. Bishops, who rule over 57 3, 24, 987 | right to wear purple like a bishop.~ ~ 58 3, 24, 988 | who is appointed by the bishop to aid him in the government 59 3, 24, 988 | his diocese. He shares the bishop's power and in the bishop' 60 3, 24, 988 | bishop's power and in the bishop's absence he acts for the 61 3, 24, 988 | absence he acts for the bishop and with his authority.~ ~ 62 3, 24, 989 | things to that exercised by a bishop over his diocese. He has 63 3, 24, 998 | priest as Reverend, the bishop as Right Reverend, the archbishop 64 3, 25, 1039| faculties or permission from the bishop; because by such a marriage 65 3, 31, 1208| must be opened only by the bishop of the diocese to which 66 3, 31, 1208| public veneration until the bishop examines them and pronounces 67 3, 36, 1365| their sin is reserved to the bishop.~ ~


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