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nations 8
nativity 1
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nature 34
natures 4
nazareth 2
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34 changed
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34 known
34 nature
34 resurrection
34 seven
34 therefore

Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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nature

   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3, 29 | one and the same Divine nature. ~ ~ ~ 2 2, 3, 29 | one and the same Divine nature and substance. ~ 3 2, 5, 46 | our first parents?~A. Our nature was corrupted by the sin 4 2, 5, 49 | Does this corruption of our nature remain in us after original 5 2, 5, 49 | This corruption of our nature and other punishments remain 6 2, 7, 65 | there are two natures, the nature of God and the nature of 7 2, 7, 65 | the nature of God and the nature of man. 8 2, 15, 174 | and be instructed in the nature and effects of this Sacrament. ~ 9 2, 19, 213 | circumstances which change their nature. ~ 10 2, 32, 351 | venial, according to the nature of the vow and the intention 11 3, 1, 128 | whatever is necessary for their nature and end. They are all composed 12 3, 1, 129 | the world and not man's nature. He came into this world 13 3, 1, 148 | that God has given to their nature.~ ~ 14 3, 3, 194 | one and the same Divine nature and substance.~ ~ 15 3, 3, 195 | What do we mean by the "nature" and "substance" of a thing?~ 16 3, 3, 195 | of a thing?~A. By the "nature" of a thing we mean the 17 3, 3, 195 | changed without destroying the nature of the thing.~ ~ 18 3, 5, 259 | our first parents?~A. Our nature was corrupted by the sin 19 3, 5, 260 | What do we mean by "our nature was corrupted"?~A. When 20 3, 5, 260 | corrupted"?~A. When we say "our nature was corrupted" we mean that 21 3, 5, 267 | Does this corruption of our nature remain in us after original 22 3, 5, 267 | This corruption of our nature and other punishments remain 23 3, 7, 336 | there are two natures, the nature of God and the nature of 24 3, 7, 336 | the nature of God and the nature of man.~ ~ 25 3, 8, 384 | could not die in His divine nature.~ ~ 26 3, 10, 456 | means above or greater than nature. All gifts such as health, 27 3, 15, 691 | and be instructed in the nature and effects of this Sacrament.~ ~ 28 3, 18, 788 | circumstances which change their nature.~ ~ 29 3, 18, 790 | circumstances which change the nature of sins?"~A. By "circumstances 30 3, 18, 790 | circumstances which change the nature of sins" we mean anything 31 3, 25, 1013| from the laws of God and nature. Every lawmaker can change 32 3, 25, 1023| upon the bond and spiritual nature of the Sacrament.~ ~ ~ 33 3, 32, 1237| venial, according to the nature of the vow and the intention 34 3, 35, 1340| condition of their health, the nature of their work, or the circumstances


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