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cincture 1
circumcision 2
circumstance 1
circumstances 16
cities 1
citizens 1
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16 appearance
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16 circumstances
16 conditionally
16 consecration
16 degree

Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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circumstances

   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 19, 213 | kinds of our sins and the circumstances which change their nature. ~ 2 3, 7, 350 | foretold so accurately all the circumstances of the birth, life, death, 3 3, 7, 351 | fulfilled in every point by the circumstances of Christ's birth, life, 4 3, 11, 484 | foretell the time, place and circumstances of Our Saviour's coming 5 3, 13, 615 | some of the more common circumstances in which a priest is obliged 6 3, 13, 615 | Some of the more common circumstances in which a priest is obliged 7 3, 18, 788 | kinds of our sins and the circumstances which change their nature.~ ~ 8 3, 18, 790 | 791. What do we mean by "circumstances which change the nature 9 3, 18, 790 | nature of sins?"~A. By "circumstances which change the nature 10 3, 18, 790 | single, etc., because these circumstances change them from one kind 11 3, 22, 914 | with the finger under any circumstances.~ ~ ~ 12 3, 26, 1061| devotion of its people or the circumstances of the time and place require, 13 3, 32, 1244| Whoever, on account of their circumstances, cannot give up work on 14 3, 33, 1276| Q. 1276. Under what circumstances may human life be lawfully 15 3, 34, 1291| once or at different times. Circumstances may make the sin greater 16 3, 35, 1340| nature of their work, or the circumstances in which they live. These


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