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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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1 1, 4, 44 | Eve on account of their sin?~A. Adam and Eve on account 2 1, 4, 44 | Eve on account of their sin lost innocence and holiness, 3 1, 4, 45 | parents we all inherit their sin and punishment, as we should 4 1, 4, 47 | 47. Q. What is the sin called which we inherit 5 1, 4, 47 | our first parents?~A. The sin which we inherit from our 6 1, 4, 47 | parents is called original sin.~ ~ 7 1, 4, 50 | preserved from original sin?~A. The Blessed Virgin Mary, 8 1, 4, 50 | from the guilt of original sin, and this privilege is called 9 1, 5 | LESSON FIFTH: ON SIN AND ITS KINDS~ ~ 10 1, 5, 51 | 51. Q. Is original sin the only kind of sin?~A. 11 1, 5, 51 | original sin the only kind of sin?~A. Original sin is not 12 1, 5, 51 | kind of sin?~A. Original sin is not the only kind of 13 1, 5, 51 | is not the only kind of sin; there is another kind of 14 1, 5, 51 | there is another kind of sin, which we commit ourselves, 15 1, 5, 51 | ourselves, called actual sin. ~ ~ 16 1, 5, 52 | 52. Q. What is actual sin?~A. Actual sin is any willful 17 1, 5, 52 | is actual sin?~A. Actual sin is any willful thought, 18 1, 5, 53 | How many kinds of actual sin are there?~A. There are 19 1, 5, 54 | 54. Q. What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous 20 1, 5, 54 | is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous offense against 21 1, 5, 57 | 57. Q. What is venial sin?~A. Venial sin is a slight 22 1, 5, 57 | is venial sin?~A. Venial sin is a slight offense against 23 1, 5, 59 | are the chief sources of sin?~A. The chief sources of 24 1, 5, 59 | A. The chief sources of sin are seven: Pride, Covetousness, 25 1, 6, 60 | abandon man after he fell into sin?~A. God did not abandon 26 1, 6, 60 | abandon man after he fell into sin, but promised him a Redeemer, 27 1, 6, 60 | was to satisfy for man's sin and reopen to him the gates 28 2, 5, 44 | Eve on account of their sin?~A. Adam and Eve, on account 29 2, 5, 44 | Eve, on account of their sin, lost innocence and holiness, 30 2, 5, 45 | parents, we all share in their sin and punishment, as we should 31 2, 5, 46 | effects followed from the sin of our first parents?~A. 32 2, 5, 46 | nature was corrupted by the sin of our first parents, which 33 2, 5, 47 | 47. Q. What is the sin called which we inherit 34 2, 5, 47 | our first parents?~A. The sin which we inherit from our 35 2, 5, 47 | parents is called original sin. ~ 36 2, 5, 48 | 48. Q. Why is this sin called original?~A. This 37 2, 5, 48 | called original?~A. This sin is called original because 38 2, 5, 49 | remain in us after original sin is forgiven?~A. This corruption 39 2, 5, 49 | remain in us after original sin is forgiven. ~ ~ 40 2, 5, 50 | preserved from original sin?~A. The Blessed Virgin Mary, 41 2, 5, 50 | from the guilt of original sin, and this privilege is called 42 2, 6 | LESSON SIXTH: ON SIN AND ITS KINDS~ 43 2, 6, 51 | 51. Q. Is original sin the only kind of sin?~A. 44 2, 6, 51 | original sin the only kind of sin?~A. Original sin is not 45 2, 6, 51 | kind of sin?~A. Original sin is not the only kind of 46 2, 6, 51 | is not the only kind of sin; there is another kind of 47 2, 6, 51 | there is another kind of sin, which we commit ourselves, 48 2, 6, 51 | ourselves, called actual sin. ~ ~ 49 2, 6, 52 | 52. Q. What is actual sin?~A. Actual sin is any willful 50 2, 6, 52 | is actual sin?~A. Actual sin is any willful thought, 51 2, 6, 53 | How many kinds of actual sin are there?~A. There are 52 2, 6, 54 | 54. Q. What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous 53 2, 6, 54 | is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous offense against 54 2, 6, 55 | 55. Q. Why is this sin called mortal?~A. This sin 55 2, 6, 55 | sin called mortal?~A. This sin is called mortal because 56 2, 6, 56 | are necessary to make a sin mortal?~A. To make a sin 57 2, 6, 56 | sin mortal?~A. To make a sin mortal three things are 58 2, 6, 57 | 57. Q. What is venial sin?~A. Venial sin is a slight 59 2, 6, 57 | is venial sin?~A. Venial sin is a slight offense against 60 2, 6, 58 | are the effects of venial sin?~A. The effects of venial 61 2, 6, 58 | A. The effects of venial sin are the lessening of the 62 2, 6, 58 | the power to resist mortal sin. ~ 63 2, 6, 59 | are the chief sources of sin?~A. The chief sources of 64 2, 6, 59 | A. The chief sources of sin are seven: Pride, Covetousness, 65 2, 7, 60 | abandon man after he fell into sin?~A. God did not abandon 66 2, 7, 60 | abandon man after he fell into sin, but promised him a Redeemer, 67 2, 7, 60 | was to satisfy for man's sin and reopen to him the gates 68 2, 7, 72 | man immediately after the sin of our first parents?~A. 69 2, 7, 72 | man immediately after the sin of our first parents, but 70 2, 8, 84 | learn the great evil of sin, the hatred God bears to 71 2, 13, 141 | because they take away sin, which is the death of the 72 2, 13, 144 | 144. Q. What sin does he commit who receives 73 2, 13, 144 | of the living in mortal sin?~A. He who receives the 74 2, 13, 144 | of the living in mortal sin commits a sacrilege, which 75 2, 13, 144 | sacrilege, which is a great sin, because it is an abuse 76 2, 14, 152 | cleanses us from original sin, makes us Christians, children 77 2, 15, 175 | 175. Q. Is it a sin to neglect Confirmation?~ 78 2, 15, 175 | Confirmation?~A. It is a sin to neglect Confirmation, 79 2, 16, 178 | fill us with a dread of sin. ~ 80 2, 17, 188 | Sacrament of Penance remit sin, and restore to the soul 81 2, 18, 195 | Contrition, or sorrow for sin?~A. Contrition, or sorrow 82 2, 18, 195 | Contrition, or sorrow for sin, is a hatred of sin and 83 2, 18, 195 | for sin, is a hatred of sin and a true grief of the 84 2, 18, 201 | sorry for our sins, because sin is the greatest of evils 85 2, 18, 203 | with sorrow and hatred for sin, because it offends God, 86 2, 18, 204 | deserve hell; or because sin is so hateful in itself. ~ 87 2, 18, 206 | only to avoid all mortal sin, but also its near occasions. ~ 88 2, 18, 207 | by the near occasions of sin?~A. By the near occasions 89 2, 18, 207 | By the near occasions of sin I mean all the persons, 90 2, 18, 207 | may easily lead us into sin. ~ ~ 91 2, 19, 215 | forget to confess a mortal sin?~A. If without our fault 92 2, 19, 215 | forget to confess a mortal sin, Tour Confession is worthy, 93 2, 19, 215 | Confession is worthy, and the sin is forgiven; but it must 94 2, 19, 216 | willfully to conceal a mortal sin in Confession?~A. It is 95 2, 19, 216 | willfully to conceal a mortal sin in Confession, because we 96 2, 19, 217 | willfully concealed a mortal sin in Confession?~A. He who 97 2, 19, 217 | willfully concealed a mortal sin in Confession must not only 98 2, 19, 219 | remit all punishment duo to sin?~A. The Sacrament of Penance 99 2, 19, 219 | eternal punishment due to sin, but it does not always 100 2, 19, 220 | punishment as a satisfaction for sin?~A. God requires a temporal 101 2, 19, 220 | punishment as a satisfaction for sin, to teach us the great evil 102 2, 19, 220 | teach us the great evil of sin and to prevent us from falling 103 2, 19, 221 | temporal punishment due to sin?~A. The chief means by which 104 2, 19, 221 | temporal punishment due to sin are: Prayer, Fasting, Almsgiving, 105 2, 21, 231 | temporal punishment due to sin. ~ 106 2, 21, 232 | an Indulgence a pardon of sin, or a license to commit 107 2, 21, 232 | or a license to commit sin?~A. An Indulgence is not 108 2, 21, 232 | Indulgence is not a pardon of sin, nor a license to commit 109 2, 21, 232 | nor a license to commit sin, and one who is in a state 110 2, 21, 232 | is in a state of mortal sin cannot gain an Indulgence. ~ 111 2, 21, 234 | temporal punishment due to sin. ~ 112 2, 21, 235 | temporal punishment due to sin. ~ 113 2, 21, 236 | temporal punishment due to sin?~A. The Church by means 114 2, 21, 236 | temporal punishment due to sin by applying to us the merits 115 2, 23, 255 | receives Communion in mortal sin receive the body and blood 116 2, 23, 255 | receives Communion in mortal sin receives the body and blood 117 2, 23, 256 | enough to be free from mortal sin to receive Plentifully the 118 2, 23, 256 | enough to be free from mortal sin, but we should be free from 119 2, 23, 256 | all affection to venial sin, and should make acts of 120 2, 23, 259 | Communion, under pain of mortal sin, during the Easter time 121 2, 25, 274 | soul from the remains of sin; To restore us to health, 122 2, 25, 275 | you mean by the remains of sin?~A. By the remains of sin 123 2, 25, 275 | sin?~A. By the remains of sin I mean the inclination to 124 2, 27, 292 | the heart to remit venial sin. ~ 125 2, 29, 319 | fortune-tellers, and the like, sin against the first Commandment?~ 126 2, 29, 319 | fortunetellers and the like, sin against the first Commandment, 127 2, 29, 321 | 321. Q. How does a person sin against faith?~A. A person 128 2, 29, 330 | 330. Q. How do we sin against the love of God?~ 129 2, 29, 330 | against the love of God?~A. We sin against the love of God 130 2, 29, 330 | against the love of God by all sin, but particularly by mortal 131 2, 29, 330 | but particularly by mortal sin. ~ ~ ~ 132 2, 32, 351 | 351. Q. Is it a sin not to fulfill our vows?~ 133 2, 32, 351 | to fulfill our vows is a sin, mortal or venial, according 134 2, 33, 362 | parents in all that is not sin. ~ 135 2, 35, 390 | 390. Q. Is it a mortal sin not to hear Mass on a Sunday 136 2, 35, 390 | obligation?~A. It is a mortal sin not to hear Mass on a Sunday 137 2, 35, 390 | They also commit a mortal sin who, having others under 138 2, 36, 397 | obliged, under pain of mortal sin, to go to confession within 139 2, 36, 399 | are old enough to commit sin, which is commonly about 140 2, 36, 400 | 400. Q. What sin does he commit who neglects 141 2, 36, 400 | Easter time commits a mortal sin. ~ 142 3 | the Fall~6. Lesson 6 On Sin and Its Kinds~7. Lesson 143 3, 1, 141 | while in a state of mortal sin?~A. We say a soul is dead 144 3, 1, 141 | while in a state of mortal sin, because in that state it 145 3, 4, 230 | every means to lead us into sin. The efforts they make are 146 3, 4, 232 | intelligence by falling into sin any more than we do now. 147 3, 5, 237 | virtue and free from every sin.~ ~ 148 3, 5, 251 | How was Eve tempted to sin?~A. Eve was tempted to sin 149 3, 5, 251 | sin?~A. Eve was tempted to sin by the devil, who came in 150 3, 5, 252 | causes that led Eve into sin?~A. The chief causes that 151 3, 5, 252 | causes that led Eve into sin were:~1. She went into the 152 3, 5, 252 | part will lead us also into sin.~ ~ 153 3, 5, 253 | Eve on account of their sin?~A. Adam and Eve, on account 154 3, 5, 253 | Eve, on account of their sin, lost innocence and holiness, 155 3, 5, 254 | Eve on account of their sin?~A. Many other evils befell 156 3, 5, 254 | Eve on account of their sin. They were driven out of 157 3, 5, 256 | parents, we all share in their sin and punishment, as we should 158 3, 5, 257 | unjust to punish us for the sin of our first parents?~A. 159 3, 5, 257 | unjust to punish us for the sin of our first parents, because 160 3, 5, 258 | parents and us in mortal sin?~A. The loss of the gift 161 3, 5, 258 | parents and us in mortal sin because it deprived them 162 3, 5, 258 | had was to be in mortal sin. As all their children are 163 3, 5, 258 | world in a state of mortal sin.~ ~ 164 3, 5, 259 | effects followed from the sin of our first parents?~A. 165 3, 5, 259 | nature was corrupted by the sin of our first parents, which 166 3, 5, 262 | entirely taken away by Adam's sin, and that we have it still 167 3, 5, 263 | make to lead our souls into sin. The body is inclined to 168 3, 5, 265 | Q. 265. What is the sin called which we inherit 169 3, 5, 265 | our first parents?~A. The sin which we inherit from our 170 3, 5, 265 | parents is called original sin.~ ~ 171 3, 5, 266 | Q. 266. Why is this sin called original?~A. This 172 3, 5, 266 | called original?~A. This sin is called original because 173 3, 5, 267 | remain in us after original sin is forgiven?~A. This corruption 174 3, 5, 267 | remain in us after original sin is forgiven.~ ~ 175 3, 5, 268 | preserved from original sin?~A. The Blessed Virgin Mary, 176 3, 5, 268 | from the guilt of original sin, and this privilege is called 177 3, 5, 269 | preserved from original sin?~A. The Blessed Virgin was 178 3, 5, 269 | preserved from original sin because it would not be 179 3, 5, 270 | Virgin be preserved from sin by her Divine Son, before 180 3, 5, 270 | could be preserved from sin by her Divine Son before 181 3, 5, 270 | exemption from original sin.~ ~ 182 3, 5, 271 | without the stain of original sin. It does not mean, therefore, 183 3, 6 | LESSON SIXTH: On Sin and Its Kinds ON SIN AND 184 3, 6 | On Sin and Its Kinds ON SIN AND ITS KINDS.~ 185 3, 6, 274 | Q. 274. How is sin divided?~A.~1. Sin is divided 186 3, 6, 274 | How is sin divided?~A.~1. Sin is divided into the sin 187 3, 6, 274 | Sin is divided into the sin we inherit called original 188 3, 6, 274 | inherit called original sin, and the sin we commit ourselves, 189 3, 6, 274 | called original sin, and the sin we commit ourselves, called 190 3, 6, 274 | ourselves, called actual sin.~2. Actual sin is sub-divided 191 3, 6, 274 | called actual sin.~2. Actual sin is sub-divided into greater 192 3, 6, 275 | how many ways may actual sin be committed?~A. Actual 193 3, 6, 275 | be committed?~A. Actual sin may be committed in two 194 3, 6, 276 | Q. 276. What is our sin called when we neglect things 195 3, 6, 276 | neglect things commanded our sin is called a sin of omission. 196 3, 6, 276 | commanded our sin is called a sin of omission. Such sins as 197 3, 6, 277 | Q. 277. Is original sin the only kind of sin?~A. 198 3, 6, 277 | original sin the only kind of sin?~A. Original sin is not 199 3, 6, 277 | kind of sin?~A. Original sin is not the only kind of 200 3, 6, 277 | is not the only kind of sin; there is another kind of 201 3, 6, 277 | there is another kind of sin, which we commit ourselves, 202 3, 6, 277 | ourselves, called actual sin.~ ~ 203 3, 6, 278 | Q. 278. What is actual sin?~A. Actual sin is any willful 204 3, 6, 278 | is actual sin?~A. Actual sin is any willful thought, 205 3, 6, 279 | How many kinds of actual sin are there?~A. There are 206 3, 6, 279 | are two kinds of actual sin -- mortal and venial.~ ~ 207 3, 6, 280 | Q. 280. What is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous 208 3, 6, 280 | is mortal sin?~A. Mortal sin is a grievous offense against 209 3, 6, 281 | Q. 281. Why is this sin called mortal?~A. This sin 210 3, 6, 281 | sin called mortal?~A. This sin is called mortal because 211 3, 6, 282 | are necessary to make a sin mortal?~A. To make a sin 212 3, 6, 282 | sin mortal?~A. To make a sin mortal, three things are 213 3, 6, 283 | grievous matter" with regard to sin?~A. By "grievous matter" 214 3, 6, 283 | grievous matter" with regard to sin we mean that the thought, 215 3, 6, 283 | or deed by which mortal sin is committed must be either 216 3, 6, 283 | sufficient to make a mortal sin if we deliberately yield 217 3, 6, 285 | prohibition, would be a material sin.~ 218 3, 6, 288 | to judge others guilty of sin?~A. It is wrong to judge 219 3, 6, 288 | to judge others guilty of sin because we cannot know for 220 3, 6, 289 | Q. 289. What sin does he commit who without 221 3, 6, 289 | believes another guilty of sin?~A. He who without sufficient 222 3, 6, 289 | believes another guilty of sin commits a sin of rash judgment.~ ~ 223 3, 6, 289 | guilty of sin commits a sin of rash judgment.~ ~ 224 3, 6, 290 | Q. 290. What is venial sin?~A. Venial sin is a slight 225 3, 6, 290 | is venial sin?~A. Venial sin is a slight offense against 226 3, 6, 291 | distinguish venial from mortal sin?~A. We cannot always distinguish 227 3, 6, 291 | distinguish venial from mortal sin, and in such cases we must 228 3, 6, 293 | are the effects of venial sin?~A. The effects of venial 229 3, 6, 293 | A. The effects of venial sin are the lessening of the 230 3, 6, 293 | the power to resist mortal sin.~ ~ 231 3, 6, 295 | are the chief sources of sin?~A. The chief sources of 232 3, 6, 295 | A. The chief sources of sin are seven:~1. Pride, Covetousness, 233 3, 6, 305 | Q. 305. What kind of a sin is drunkenness?~A. Drunkenness 234 3, 6, 305 | drunkenness?~A. Drunkenness is a sin of gluttony by which a person 235 3, 6, 306 | drunkenness always a mortal sin?~A. Deliberate drunkenness 236 3, 6, 306 | drunkenness is always a mortal sin if the person be completely 237 3, 6, 306 | may be excused from mortal sin.~ ~ 238 3, 6, 307 | dying in a state of mortal sin.~ ~ 239 3, 6, 313 | are the seven sources of sin called capital sins?~A. 240 3, 6, 313 | A. The seven sources of sin are called capital sins 241 3, 6, 314 | mean by our predominant sin or ruling passion?~A. By 242 3, 6, 314 | passion?~A. By our predominant sin, or ruling passion, we mean 243 3, 6, 314 | ruling passion, we mean the sin into which we fall most 244 3, 6, 315 | our predominant or ruling sin.~ ~ 245 3, 7, 319 | abandon man after he fell into sin?~A. God did not abandon 246 3, 7, 319 | abandon man after he fell into sin, but promised him a Redeemer, 247 3, 7, 319 | was to satisfy for man's sin and reopen to him the gates 248 3, 7, 344 | man immediately after the sin of our first parents?~A. 249 3, 7, 344 | man immediately after the sin of our first parents, but 250 3, 7, 347 | learn the great evil of sin and know that God alone 251 3, 8, 380 | betrayed Our Lord, and from His sin we may learn that even the 252 3, 8, 399 | learn the great evil of sin, the hatred God bears to 253 3, 10, 451 | did Adam give away by his sin, and what did Our Lord buy 254 3, 10, 451 | for him and us?~A. By his sin Adam gave away all right 255 3, 10, 454 | fault. Man in his state~of sin could not make the necessary 256 3, 10, 459 | are not guilty of mortal sin; and hence, it is often 257 3, 10, 463 | must have committed the sin to acquire the habit. If, 258 3, 10, 463 | sometimes excuse us from the sin.~ ~ 259 3, 10, 477 | Q. 478. Is it a sin knowingly to resist the 260 3, 10, 477 | grace of God?~A. It is a sin, knowingly, to resist the 261 3, 10, 480 | it would lead us into the sin of presumption.~ 262 3, 10, 481 | performed while he is in mortal sin?~A. A person cannot merit 263 3, 10, 481 | performed while he is in mortal sin; nevertheless, God rewards 264 3, 10, 481 | persons, even those in mortal sin, should ever strive to do 265 3, 11, 509 | without the guilt of mortal sin on his soul.~ ~ 266 3, 12, 532 | 533. Can the Pope commit sin?~A. The Pope can commit 267 3, 12, 532 | A. The Pope can commit sin and he must seek forgiveness 268 3, 12, 554 | not bound under pain of sin to believe in them; yet 269 3, 12, 555 | Q. 556. Of what sin are persons guilty who put 270 3, 12, 555 | useless are guilty of the sin of superstition.~ ~ 271 3, 13, 591 | when the soul is in mortal sin. A Sacrament is said to 272 3, 13, 593 | dead because they take away sin, which is the death of the 273 3, 13, 596 | is in a state of mortal sin. By the Sacraments of the 274 3, 13, 596 | i.e., free from mortal sin. Living and dead do not 275 3, 13, 598 | Q. 599. What sin does he commit who receives 276 3, 13, 598 | of the living in mortal sin?~A. He who receives the 277 3, 13, 598 | of the living in mortal sin commits a sacrilege, which 278 3, 13, 598 | sacrilege, which is a great sin, because it is an abuse 279 3, 13, 603 | Penance is to destroy actual sin. When we are tempted to 280 3, 13, 603 | When we are tempted to sin, the Sacramental Grace of 281 3, 14, 620 | cleanses us from original sin, makes us Christians, children 282 3, 14, 631 | have not committed actual sin and who, through no fault 283 3, 14, 631 | have not committed actual sin and who, through no fault 284 3, 14, 635 | consequences of original sin, such as suffering, temptation, 285 3, 14, 635 | death, remain after the sin has been forgiven in baptism?~ 286 3, 14, 635 | consequences of original sin, such as suffering, temptation, 287 3, 14, 635 | death, remain after the sin has been forgiven in baptism:~ 288 3, 14, 635 | misery that always follows sin; and~2. To afford us an 289 3, 14, 655 | people are enticed into sin, and all foolish or sinful 290 3, 14, 667 | his works; that is, all sin.~ ~ 291 3, 15, 689 | such tests may lead us into sin. When a real test comes 292 3, 15, 693 | Q. 694. Is it a sin to neglect Confirmation?~ 293 3, 15, 693 | Confirmation?~A. It is a sin to neglect Confirmation, 294 3, 15, 699 | fill us with a dread of sin.~ ~ 295 3, 15, 704 | knowledge, so the devil's sin did not deprive him of the 296 3, 16, 722 | perish if we again committed sin.~ ~ 297 3, 16, 724 | Sacrament of Penance remit sin, and restore to the soul 298 3, 16, 724 | Sacrament of Penance remits sin and restores the friendship 299 3, 16, 729 | Persons having a reserved sin to confess cannot be absolved 300 3, 16, 729 | to absolve the reserved sin also.~ ~ 301 3, 16, 730 | of the greatness of the sin itself or on account of 302 3, 16, 745 | often; waiting after each sin to be asked for the next;~ 303 3, 17, 752 | contrition, or sorrow for sin?~A. Contrition, or sorrow 304 3, 17, 752 | Contrition, or sorrow for sin, is a hatred of sin and 305 3, 17, 752 | for sin, is a hatred of sin and a true grief of the 306 3, 17, 753 | we should hate and avoid sin.~A. We should hate and avoid 307 3, 17, 753 | We should hate and avoid sin as one hates and avoids 308 3, 17, 753 | because the sorrow for sin comes more from our reason 309 3, 17, 757 | with regard to sorrow for sin?~A. By sorrow for sin from " 310 3, 17, 757 | for sin?~A. By sorrow for sin from "motives that spring 311 3, 17, 757 | from God in punishment for sin. By "merely natural motives" 312 3, 17, 759 | sanctifying grace and mortal sin cannot dwell together. If 313 3, 17, 759 | there can be no mortal sin, and if there be mortal 314 3, 17, 759 | and if there be mortal sin, there can be no grace, 315 3, 17, 759 | no grace, for one mortal sin expels all grace.~ ~ 316 3, 17, 761 | sorry for our sins because sin is the greatest of evils 317 3, 17, 762 | 763. How do we show that sin is the greatest of all evils?~ 318 3, 17, 762 | all evils?~A. We show that sin is the greatest of evils 319 3, 17, 762 | whereas the evils caused by sin keep with us for all eternity 320 3, 17, 764 | with sorrow and hatred for sin, because it offends God, 321 3, 17, 765 | obtain pardon for mortal sin without the Sacrament of 322 3, 17, 765 | obtain pardon for mortal sin without the Sacrament of 323 3, 17, 766 | deserve hell; or because sin is so hateful in itself.~ ~ 324 3, 17, 767 | by which we are sorry for sin out of pure love of God' 325 3, 17, 769 | only to avoid all mortal sin, but also its near occasions.~ ~ 326 3, 17, 770 | by the near occasions of sin?~A. By the near occasions 327 3, 17, 770 | By the near occasions of sin I mean all the persons, 328 3, 17, 770 | may easily lead us into sin.~ ~ 329 3, 17, 771 | bound to avoid occasions of sin?~A. We are bound to avoid 330 3, 17, 771 | bound to avoid occasions of sin because Our Lord has said: " 331 3, 17, 771 | occasion is the cause of sin, and you cannot take away 332 3, 17, 772 | determined to avoid the sin, but who is unwilling to 333 3, 17, 772 | determined to avoid the sin, but who is unwilling to 334 3, 17, 773 | many kinds of occasions of sin are there?~A. There are 335 3, 17, 773 | four kinds of occasions of sin:~1. Near occasions, through 336 3, 17, 773 | and voluntary occasion of sin need not expect forgiveness 337 3, 17, 774 | are usually occasions of sin?~A.~1. The persons who are 338 3, 17, 774 | persons who are occasions of sin are all those in whose company 339 3, 17, 774 | those in whose company we sin, whether they be bad of 340 3, 17, 774 | also become occasions of sin for them;~2. The places 341 3, 17, 774 | of any kind, whether we sin in them or not;~3. The things 342 3, 18, 780 | shows our hatred of all sin, and~2. Because it is sometimes 343 3, 18, 780 | to determine just when a sin is venial and when mortal.~ ~ 344 3, 18, 781 | confess should tell also some sin already confessed in his 345 3, 18, 781 | hence we add some past sin for which we are truly sorry 346 3, 18, 782 | because he thinks he has no sin to confess?~A. A person 347 3, 18, 782 | because he thinks he has no sin to confess, for the Sacrament 348 3, 18, 782 | Penance, besides forgiving sin, gives an increase of sanctifying 349 3, 18, 789 | you mean by the "kinds of sin?"~A. By the "kinds of sin," 350 3, 18, 789 | sin?"~A. By the "kinds of sin," we mean the particular 351 3, 18, 789 | can determine the kind of sin by discovering the commandment 352 3, 18, 790 | makes it another kind of sin. Thus to steal is a sin, 353 3, 18, 790 | sin. Thus to steal is a sin, but to steal from the Church 354 3, 18, 792 | forget to confess a mortal sin?~A. If without our fault 355 3, 18, 792 | forget to confess a mortal sin, our Confession is worthy, 356 3, 18, 792 | Confession is worthy, and the sin is forgiven; but it must 357 3, 18, 793 | forgotten to tell a mortal sin in confession go to Holy 358 3, 18, 793 | forgotten to tell a mortal sin in confession may go to 359 3, 18, 793 | confession, because the forgotten sin was forgiven with those 360 3, 18, 794 | willfully to conceal a mortal sin in Confession?~A. It is 361 3, 18, 794 | willfully to conceal a mortal sin in Confession, because we 362 3, 18, 795 | 796. How is concealing a sin telling a lie to the Holy 363 3, 18, 795 | Holy Ghost?~A. Concealing a sin is telling a lie to the 364 3, 18, 795 | because he who conceals the sin declares in confession to 365 3, 18, 795 | saw him committing the sin he now conceals and still 366 3, 18, 796 | worse;~2. We must tell the sin sometime if we ever hope 367 3, 18, 797 | willfully concealed a mortal sin in Confession?~A. He who 368 3, 18, 797 | willfully concealed a mortal sin in Confession must not only 369 3, 18, 798 | willfully concealed a mortal sin in confession do more than 370 3, 18, 798 | willfully concealed a mortal sin in confession must, besides 371 3, 18, 801 | punishment deserved for sin;~2. Because we are all obliged 372 3, 18, 802 | remit all punishment due to sin?~A. The Sacrament of Penance 373 3, 18, 802 | eternal punishment due to sin, but it does not always 374 3, 18, 803 | punishment as a satisfaction for sin?~A. God requires a temporal 375 3, 18, 803 | punishment as a satisfaction for sin to teach us the great evil 376 3, 18, 803 | teach us the great evil of sin and to prevent us from falling 377 3, 18, 804 | temporal punishment due to sin?~A. The chief means by which 378 3, 18, 804 | temporal punishment due to sin are: Prayer, Fasting, Almsgiving; 379 3, 18, 808 | help to satisfy God for sin?~A. The ills of life that 380 3, 18, 808 | help to satisfy God for sin are sickness, poverty, misfortune, 381 3, 18, 808 | brought them upon ourselves by sin.~ ~ 382 3, 18, 813 | When his fault is a mortal sin;~2. When we have authority 383 3, 18, 817 | temptations, and while in mortal sin they are deprived of the 384 3, 19, 826 | regard to our occasions of sin, and what obligations with 385 3, 19, 834 | better our occasions of sin.~ ~ 386 3, 20, 838 | temporal punishment due to sin.~ ~ 387 3, 20, 840 | an Indulgence a pardon of sin, or a license to commit 388 3, 20, 840 | or a license to commit sin?~A. An Indulgence is not 389 3, 20, 840 | Indulgence is not a pardon of sin, nor a license to commit 390 3, 20, 840 | nor a license to commit sin, and one who is in a state 391 3, 20, 840 | is in a state of mortal sin cannot gain an Indulgence.~ ~ 392 3, 20, 841 | good works done in mortal sin profit us?~A. Good works 393 3, 20, 841 | Good works done in mortal sin profit us by obtaining for 394 3, 20, 841 | temporal blessings. Mortal sin deprives us of all our merit, 395 3, 20, 843 | temporal punishment due to sin.~ ~ 396 3, 20, 844 | Indulgence, we must hate sin, be heartily sorry for even 397 3, 20, 844 | desire for even the slightest sin. Though we may not gain 398 3, 20, 846 | temporal punishment due to sin.~ ~ 399 3, 20, 852 | temporal punishment due to sin?~A. The Church, by means 400 3, 20, 852 | temporal punishment due to sin by applying to us the merits 401 3, 22, 895 | preserves us from mortal sin by exciting us to greater 402 3, 22, 901 | confession. It is not a sin to break one's fast, but 403 3, 22, 901 | but it would be a mortal sin to receive Holy Communion 404 3, 22, 902 | receives Communion in mortal sin receive the body and blood 405 3, 22, 902 | receives Communion in mortal sin receives the body and blood 406 3, 22, 903 | enough to be free from mortal sin to receive plentifully the 407 3, 22, 903 | enough to be free from mortal sin, but we should be free from 408 3, 22, 903 | all affection to venial sin, and should make acts of 409 3, 22, 908 | Communion, under pain of mortal sin, during the Easter time 410 3, 23, 954 | obliging us under pain of sin to attend Vespers, while 411 3, 23, 954 | us under pain of mortal sin to hear Mass.~ ~ ~ ~ 412 3, 24, 958 | been capable of committing sin after baptism and who have 413 3, 24, 968 | soul from the remains of sin;~3rd. To restore us to health, 414 3, 24, 969 | Unction take away mortal sin if the dying person is no 415 3, 24, 969 | Unction will take away mortal sin if the dying person is no 416 3, 24, 972 | you mean by the remains of sin?~A. By the remains of sin 417 3, 24, 972 | sin?~A. By the remains of sin I mean the inclination to 418 3, 24, 1003| ceremonies are guilty of sin.~ ~ ~ ~ 419 3, 25, 1005| marry unlawfully is a mortal sin, and it deprives the souls 420 3, 25, 1018| in due time are guilty of sin~ ~ ~ 421 3, 25, 1023| sacrilege and Iives in the sin of adultery. A civil divorce 422 3, 26, 1051| the heart to remit venial sin.~ ~ ~ 423 3, 26, 1059| Q. 1060. How may persons sin in using Sacramentals?~A. 424 3, 26, 1059| Sacramentals?~A. Persons may sin in using Sacramentals by 425 3, 30, 1151| fortune-tellers, and the like, sin against the first Commandment?~ 426 3, 30, 1151| fortune-tellers, and the like, sin against the first Commandment, 427 3, 30, 1162| sinning even though we do not sin; 2. Because we may give 428 3, 30, 1164| 1164. How does a person sin against faith?~A. A person 429 3, 30, 1171| heretic and guilty of mortal sin, because the Holy Scripture 430 3, 30, 1172| one can be guilty of the sin of heresy without knowing 431 3, 30, 1184| when in a state of mortal sin; 2. By delaying the amendment 432 3, 30, 1184| By thinking we can avoid sin without avoiding its near 433 3, 30, 1188| Q. 1188. How do we sin against the love of God?~ 434 3, 30, 1188| against the love of God?~A. We sin against the love of God 435 3, 30, 1188| against the love of God by all sin, but particularly by mortal 436 3, 30, 1188| but particularly by mortal sin.~ ~ ~ 437 3, 32, 1223| perjury?~A. Perjury is the sin one commits who knowingly 438 3, 32, 1223| our country and a mortal sin before God.~ ~ 439 3, 32, 1227| ready and willing to commit sin, if ordered to do so, while 440 3, 32, 1237| Q. 1237. Is it a sin not to fulfill our vows?~ 441 3, 32, 1237| to fulfill our vows is a sin, mortal or venial, according 442 3, 32, 1238| or vow. We are guilty of sin in taking such an oath or 443 3, 32, 1238| guilty of still greater sin by keeping them.~ ~ 444 3, 32, 1241| blasphemy. It is a much greater sin than cursing or taking God' 445 3, 32, 1244| bound, under pain of mortal sin, to hear Mass and to keep 446 3, 32, 1247| into a day of scandal and sin.~ ~ 447 3, 33, 1259| parents in all that is not sin.~ ~ ~ 448 3, 33, 1260| superiors who command us to sin?~A. We should refuse to 449 3, 33, 1260| superiors who command us to sin because they are not then 450 3, 33, 1274| Q. 1274. What sin is it to destroy one's own 451 3, 33, 1274| called?~A. It is a mortal sin to destroy one's own life 452 3, 33, 1274| die in a state of mortal sin and are deprived of Christian 453 3, 33, 1278| and by inducing others to sin?~A. The fifth commandment 454 3, 33, 1278| example and inducing others to sin, because such acts may destroy 455 3, 33, 1278| by leading it into mortal sin.~ ~ 456 3, 33, 1279| that disposes others to sin, or lessens their respect 457 3, 33, 1283| Q. 1283. It is a sin to listen to immodest conversation, 458 3, 33, 1283| songs or jokes?~A. It is a sin to listen to immodest conversation, 459 3, 34, 1291| Q. 1291. What sin is it to steal?~A. To steal 460 3, 34, 1291| steal is a mortal or venial sin, according to the amount 461 3, 34, 1291| Circumstances may make the sin greater or less, and they 462 3, 34, 1294| what other ways may persons sin against honesty?~A. Persons 463 3, 34, 1294| honesty?~A. Persons may sin against honesty also by 464 3, 34, 1307| is a lie?~A. A lie is a sin committed by knowingly saying 465 3, 34, 1307| swear to a lie makes the sin greater, and such swearing 466 3, 34, 1311| believing a person guilty of sin without a sufficient cause. 467 3, 34, 1312| doer prevented from greater sin.~ ~ 468 3, 34, 1322| to greater temptation or sin.~ ~ ~ 469 3, 35, 1325| are bound under pain of sin to observe them.~ ~ ~ 470 3, 35, 1329| Q. 1329. Is it a mortal sin not to hear Mass on a Sunday 471 3, 35, 1329| obligation?~A. It is a mortal sin not to hear Mass on a Sunday 472 3, 35, 1329| They also commit a mortal sin who, having others under 473 3, 35, 1331| obliged, under pain of mortal sin, the same as grown persons, 474 3, 35, 1331| obliged under pain of mortal sin, the same as grown persons, 475 3, 35, 1331| parents, or others, then the sin falls on those who prevent 476 3, 35, 1335| obliged under pain of mortal sin to hear Mass and keep from 477 3, 35, 1347| less power to lead us into sin.~ ~ 478 3, 36, 1349| obliged, under pain of mortal sin, to go to confession within 479 3, 36, 1351| think we have not committed sin since our last confession?~ 480 3, 36, 1351| think we have not committed sin since our last confession, 481 3, 36, 1352| are old enough to commit sin, which is commonly about 482 3, 36, 1353| Q. 1353. What sin does he commit who neglects 483 3, 36, 1353| Easter time commits a mortal sin.~ ~ 484 3, 36, 1365| Q. 1365. What sin is it for Catholics to be 485 3, 36, 1365| religion?~A. It is a mortal sin for Catholics to be married 486 3, 36, 1365| and absolution from their sin is reserved to the bishop.~ ~ 487 3, 37, 1384| faith and free from mortal sin. They are called the faithful


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