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hath 4
hatred 15
have 276
having 30
he 357
head 40
heads 1
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30 being
30 ceremonies
30 find
30 having
30 once
30 redemption
30 way

Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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having

   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3, 29 | are one and the same God, having one and the same Divine 2 2, 3, 29 | are one and the same God, having one and the same Divine 3 2, 18, 195 | true grief of the soul for having offended God, with a firm 4 2, 18, 200 | we should grieve more for having offended God than for any 5 2, 19, 211 | of shame and sorrow for having offended God. ~ 6 2, 27, 299 | us that the Son of God, having become man, suffered death 7 2, 28, 305 | salvation, and without it no one having the use of reason can be 8 2, 35, 390 | commit a mortal sin who, having others under their charge, 9 2, 37, 414 | venial sins, or without having satisfied for the punishment 10 2, 37, 415 | by indulgences, and by having Masses said for them. ~ 11 3, Pray | I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest 12 3, 3, 194 | are one and the same God, having one and the same Divine 13 3, 8, 416 | Ascension Day to show that He, having fulfilled all the prophecies 14 3, 8, 416 | prophecies concerning Himself and having accomplished the work of 15 3, 16, 722 | goodness of Our Lord, because having once saved us through Baptism, 16 3, 16, 729 | special permission. Persons having a reserved sin to confess 17 3, 16, 734 | apostles, but for all who, having grievously sinned, after 18 3, 16, 745 | sins we are not sure of having committed; exaggerating 19 3, 17, 752 | true grief of the soul for having offended God, with a firm 20 3, 17, 760 | we should grieve more for having offended God than for any 21 3, 18, 785 | of shame and sorrow for having offended God.~ ~ 22 3, 24, 985 | Monsignori, and others having titles follow bishops. Papal 23 3, 24, 986 | sacred congregations, each having, its special work to perform. 24 3, 26, 1068| us that the Son of God, having become man, suffered death 25 3, 26, 1071| Lord risen from the dead, having been dipped into it with 26 3, 35, 1329| commit a mortal sin who, having others under their charge, 27 3, 37, 1380| tortured by the thought of having lost God forever, and the 28 3, 37, 1381| venial sins, or without having satisfied for the punishment 29 3, 37, 1385| by indulgences, and by having Masses said for them.~ ~ ~ 30 3, 37, 1396| knowing Him as He is, and in having every desire fully satisfied.~ ~


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