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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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1000-513 | 514-984 | 985-greek | griev-seven | sever-zeal

     Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1001 3, 24, 984 | Q. 985. How do the pastors of the 1002 3, 24, 985 | Q. 986. How do the prelates or 1003 3, 24, 986 | Q. 987. Who are Cardinals, what 1004 3, 24, 987 | Q. 988. Who is a Monsignor?~A. 1005 3, 24, 988 | Q. 989. Who is a Vicar-General?~ 1006 3, 24, 989 | Q. 990. Who is an Abbot?~A. An 1007 3, 24, 990 | Q. 991. What is the pallium?~A. 1008 3, 24, 991 | Q. 992. What is necessary to receive 1009 3, 24, 992 | Q. 993. What name is given to this 1010 3, 24, 993 | Q. 994. How should we finally determine 1011 3, 24, 994 | Q. 995. What should parents and 1012 3, 24, 995 | Q. 996. How should Christians look 1013 3, 24, 996 | Q. 997. How do we know that the 1014 3, 24, 997 | Q. 998. When did the priests of 1015 3, 24, 998 | Q. 999. Why should we show great 1016 3, 8, 388 | Commandments of God, the rod which Aaron changed into a serpent before 1017 3, 20, 863 | there was danger of some abandoning their religion rather than 1018 3, 7, 349 | future, that they might with absolute certainty make it known 1019 3, 13, 613 | priest, instead of saying absolutely, as he does in ordinary 1020 3, 22, 904 | for Holy Communion is the abstaining from food, alcoholic drinks 1021 3, 31, 1214| we can dishonor a man by abusing his image, so we can honor 1022 3, 23, 927 | sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to God the Father Almighty," 1023 3, 18, 801 | The penance is given and accepted in confession chiefly to 1024 3, 32, 1256| of property in storms or accidents, the cooking of meals and 1025 3, 25, 1008| expressed by words or signs in accordance with the laws of the Church. 1026 3, 7, 350 | taken together, foretold so accurately all the circumstances of 1027 3, 32, 1226| or innocence of a person accused.~ ~ 1028 3, 23, 952 | those who serve are called acolytes, and the one who directs 1029 3, 33, 1260| because they are not then acting with God's authority, but 1030 3, 5, 252 | the danger of sinning by admiring what was forbidden, instead 1031 3, 7, 320 | keeps us out of heaven or admits us into it, at His pleasure.~ ~ 1032 3, 24, 979 | gradually given to the one admitted to that holy state.~ ~ 1033 3, 25, 1032| when they are related by adoption, it is called legal affinity.~ ~ ~ 1034 3, 25, 1012| religion and other matters affecting the good of the Sacrament.~ ~ ~ 1035 3, 14, 635 | always follows sin; and~2. To afford us an opportunity of increasing 1036 3, 14, 634 | is so necessary that God affords every opportunity for its 1037 3, 23, 953 | Churches generally on Sunday afternoon or evening, and is usually 1038 3, 8, 408 | it gives forth light;~2. Agility, by which it moves from 1039 3, 30, 1170| revealed a religion; 3. Agnostics, who will neither admit 1040 3, 23, 941 | resistance to temptation;~2. The Alb, a long white garment to 1041 3, 13, 615 | doubts whether the person be alive or dead, or whether he should 1042 2, 37, 415 | by their prayers, fasts, alms-deeds; by indulgences, and by 1043 | Although 1044 3, 6, 297 | begets in our souls sinful ambition, vainglory, presumption 1045 3, 18, 801 | willingness to do penance and make amends for our sins.~ 1046 3, 23, 941 | priest at Mass are:~1. The Amice, a white cloth around the 1047 3, 26, 1084| was nailed to the cross amid the jeers and blasphemies 1048 | amongst 1049 3, 33, 1289| theaters and similar places of amusement are dangerous to the virtue 1050 3, 7, 357 | City of David, the royal ancestor of Mary and Joseph, hence 1051 3, 9, 438 | The Apostles were: Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, 1052 3, 16, 746 | is unjust, makes others angry and lessens their good dispositions 1053 3, 26, 1084| Our Lord was in dreadful anguish and bathed in a bloody sweat; 1054 3, 16, 746 | dispositions for confession;~3. It annoys and distracts the priest 1055 3, 11, 504 | established a Church at Antioch and ruled over it for several 1056 3, 26, 1089| three Epistles, and the Apocalypse, or Book of Revelations -- 1057 3, 30, 1170| authority of the Pope; 7. Apostates, who have rejected the true 1058 3, 5, 263 | continual efforts our senses and appetites make to lead our souls into 1059 3, 20, 867 | the Indulgence granted is applicable to the souls of the living 1060 3, 20, 862 | forty days. The same rule applies to Indulgences of a year 1061 3, 4, 225 | Q. 225. Why did God appoint guardian Angels if He watches 1062 3, 11, 499 | of St. Peter, by divine appointment the Chief of the Apostles, 1063 3, 22, 914 | respectful manner in which we approach and return from the altar;~ 1064 3, 25, 1040| Church shows its joy and approval at a true Catholic marriage 1065 3, 24, 998 | bishop as Right Reverend, the archbishop as Most Reverend, and the 1066 3, 8, 398 | in a rock, by Joseph of Arimathea and other pious persons 1067 3, 23, 941 | hanging vestment on the left arm, to signify penance;~5. 1068 3, 25, 1016| marriage, and make sure of all arrangements before inviting their friends.~ ~ ~ 1069 3, 13, 614 | cases it is difficult to ascertain whether these Sacraments 1070 3, 26, 1076| blessed in the Church on Ash Wednesday. They are used 1071 3, 5, 245 | was probably some place in Asia, not far from the river 1072 3, 14, 645 | immersion or dipping, by aspersion or sprinkling, and by infusion 1073 3, 11, 514 | as good as another is to assert that Christ labored uselessly 1074 3, 9, 431 | and the Son; but all these assertions are shown to be false by 1075 3, 15, 689 | a real test comes we are assured God will give to us, as 1076 3, 10, 471 | are opposed to Faith?~A. Atheism, which is a denial of all 1077 3, 30, 1170| classes of unbelievers are:~1. Atheists, who deny there is a God; 1078 3, 8, 379 | more than sufficient to atone for all the sins of mankind. 1079 3, 16, 721 | ourselves as a means of atoning for our past sins; it means 1080 3, 13, 577 | for God alone has power to attach the gift of grace to the 1081 3, 24, 957 | person recovering from one attack of sickness is in danger 1082 3, 33, 1276| self-defense, when we are unjustly attacked and have no other means 1083 3, 15, 672 | indicate how we must resist the attacks of our spiritual enemies 1084 3, 13, 603 | same manner, and aids us in attaining the end for which each Sacrament 1085 3, 24, 965 | sick person and even the attendants, should be made as neat 1086 3, 17, 767 | Imperfect contrition is called attrition. It is called imperfect 1087 3, 35, 1333| Assumption of the Blessed Virgin (Aug. 15th); and~6. Feast of 1088 3, 31, 1208| them and pronounces them authentic; that is, that they are 1089 3, 16, 728 | given by the bishop, who authorizes the priest to hear confessions 1090 3, 30, 1152| persons believe they can avert evil, bring good fortune 1091 3, 17, 753 | avoid sin as one hates and avoids a poison that almost caused 1092 3, 30, 1156| pleasure in them when we awake, and 2. By bad reading or 1093 3, 20, 859 | them, though we are not aware of it.~ ~ 1094 3, 6, 310 | a spirit of detraction, back-biting and slander.~ ~ 1095 3, 14, 648 | It is always kept in the baptismal font in the baptistry -- 1096 3, 14, 648 | the baptismal font in the baptistry -- a place near the door 1097 3, 9, 438 | Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James, 1098 3, 26, 1084| in dreadful anguish and bathed in a bloody sweat; 2. The 1099 3, 5, 254 | cultivation, and that the beasts, man's former friends, should 1100 3, 37, 1383| God which is called the Beatific Vision.~ ~ ~ 1101 3, 31, 1208| 1. The canonization or beatification of the person whose relic 1102 | becomes 1103 3, 24, 969 | for his sins that would bee necessary for the worthy 1104 3, 26, 1096| Dei is a small piece of beeswax stamped with the image of 1105 3, 7, 331 | adopted nor created, but was begotten of His Father from all eternity.~ ~ 1106 3, 34, 1320| another possesses or to begrudge his own to him.~ ~ 1107 3, 11, 506 | the rights and powers that belonged to the Apostles in making 1108 3, 26, 1089| Evangelist, called also the Beloved Disciple. He wrote one of 1109 3, 6, 309 | injured by the good and benefited by the evil that comes to 1110 3, Pray | grievous fault. Therefore, I beseech blessed Mary, ever Virgin, 1111 | Beside 1112 2, 23, 257 | to abstain from all food, beverages, and alcoholic drinks for 1113 3, 32, 1251| that the Old Law is not now binding upon us, but that we must 1114 3, 30, 1168| spirit, without dispute or bitterness. We should never attempt 1115 3, 29, 1135| it was always sinful to blaspheme God, murder, steal or violate 1116 3, 4, 222 | of a wicked king who had blasphemed God; an Angel also slew 1117 3, 26, 1084| cross amid the jeers and blasphemies of His enemies.~ ~ 1118 3, 8, 384 | His enemies stood around blaspheming and mocking Him. By His 1119 1, 8 | act of coming down. En-a'ble, to make able. En-light' 1120 3, 26, 1058| clay on the eyes of the blind to whom He wished to restore 1121 3, 23, 947 | Standing in the doorways, blocking up passages and disputing 1122 3, 20, 847 | corresponding to it was blotted out.~ ~ 1123 3, 26, 1093| of the Holy Trinity; the blue, in honor of the Immaculate 1124 3, 34, 1307| hypocrisy, false praise, boasting, etc., are similar to lies.~ ~ 1125 1, 4, 35 | are angels?~A. Angels are bodiless spirits created to adore 1126 3, 31, 1210| when his body touched the bones, that is, the relics of 1127 3, 34, 1293| property; also all sins of borrowing or buying with the intention 1128 3, 2, 164 | mean there is no limit or bounds to His perfection; for He 1129 3, Pray | about to receive from Thy bounty, through Christ our Lord. 1130 3, 8, 388 | Covenant was a precious box in which were kept the tablets 1131 3, 1, 134 | beings, either men or women, boys, girls, or children.~ ~ 1132 3, 9, 436 | by receiving the grace to brave every danger, even death 1133 3, 22, 905 | one hour before Communion breaks the fast.~ ~ 1134 3, 5, 238 | clay of the earth and then breathed into it a living soul.~ ~ 1135 3, 34, 1294| likewise by giving or taking bribes for dishonest purposes.~ ~ 1136 3, 6, 317 | temperance to gluttony; brotherly love to envy, and diligence 1137 3, 1, 149 | 149. Have men as well as brutes "instinct"?~A. Men have " 1138 3, 33, 1274| are deprived of Christian burial. It is also wrong to expose 1139 3, 15, 682 | the diocese, who must then burn what remains of the old 1140 3, 21, 877 | wine at the marriage of Cana.~3. Our own food is daily 1141 3, 24, 980 | the bishop, by which the candidate for priesthood dedicates 1142 3, 24, 963 | two lighted candles in candlesticks; holy water in a small vessel, 1143 3, 31, 1208| distribution of relics.~1. The canonization or beatification of the 1144 3, 31, 1207| represent. The souls of canonized saints are certainly in 1145 3, 18, 810 | duration were regulated by the Canons or laws of the Church.~ ~ 1146 3, Pray | hast revealed them, who canst neither deceive nor be deceived~ 1147 3, 23, 924 | sub-deacon, it is called a Missa Cantata or High Mass;~4. When the 1148 3, 23, 938 | host;~3. The pall or white card used for covering the chalice 1149 3, 32, 1218| or using in a light and careless manner, as in exclamation.~ ~ 1150 3, 26, 1093| scapular or scapular of Mount Carmel worn in honor of Our Lord' 1151 3, 26, 1084| by heartless men; 4. The Carriage of the Cross -- from the 1152 3, 26, 1094| Jerusalem; 4. When she saw him carrying the cross; 5. When she saw 1153 3, 31, 1212| one thinks it sinful to carve statues or make photographs 1154 3, 13, 580 | humility; Confirmation His ceaseless prayer; Holy Eucharist His 1155 3, 25, 1039| excommunication; that is, a censure of the Church or spiritual 1156 3, 32, 1229| spiritually or temporally, and censures or disowns every society 1157 3, 15, 694 | mean the present age or century in which we are living, 1158 3, 7, 349 | they might with absolute certainty make it known to the people.~ ~ 1159 3, 15, 683 | things, such as altars, chalices, church-bells, etc., which 1160 3, 12, 516 | A. An attribute is any characteristic or quality that a person 1161 3, 25, 1044| to be carried away with characteristics that please only for a time.~ ~ ~ 1162 3, 32, 1226| our religion against false charges; or to protect our own or 1163 3, 15, 715 | great a reward because the chaste and sinless have always 1164 3, 23, 941 | signify immortality;~6. The Chasuble or long vestment over all, 1165 3, 34, 1293| stealing?~A. All sins of cheating, defrauding or wronging 1166 3, 24, 963 | to be placed under the chin of the one receiving the 1167 3, 4, 220 | dignity. There are nine choirs or classes mentioned in 1168 3, 15, 683 | such as altars, chalices, church-bells, etc., which are usually 1169 3, 23, 941 | signify innocence;~3. The Cincture, a cord about the waist, 1170 3, 16, 742 | to recall every trifling circumstance, instead of thinking of 1171 3, 7, 357 | their names in the towns or cities of their ancestors. Bethlehem 1172 3, 31, 1214| Memorial Day, patriotic citizens place flowers, flags, or 1173 3, 7, 357 | ancestors. Bethlehem was the City of David, the royal ancestor 1174 3, 15, 687 | Faith that has brought true civilization, with all its benefits, 1175 3, 25, 1041| character of the Sacrament, may claim a divorce and marry again, 1176 3, 22, 914 | especially neatness and cleanliness;~3. About raising our head, 1177 3, 13, 585 | thus water is used for cleansing; Baptism cleanses the soul; 1178 3, 29, 1134| His teaching a fuller and clearer knowledge of their meaning 1179 3, 12, 550 | meant the sacred body of clerical rules who govern the Church.~ ~ 1180 3, 5, 235 | by other causes, such as climate, habits, etc.~ ~ 1181 3, 13, 603 | given to us and helps us to cling to our faith and firmly 1182 3, 24, 980 | are:~1. Tonsure, or the clipping of the hair by the bishop, 1183 3, 23, 948 | are: A cope or large silk cloak and a humeral or shoulder 1184 3, 18, 821 | wishing to follow more closely the teachings of Our Lord, 1185 3, 36, 1361| than second cousins are in closer degrees of kindred. It is 1186 3, 7, 318 | with flesh. Thus Our Lord clothed His divinity with a human 1187 3, 25, 1040| at mixed marriages by the coldness with which it sanctions 1188 3, 12, 557 | Scripture or Bible is the collection of sacred, inspired writings 1189 3, 24, 986 | together are called the Sacred College of Cardinals, of which the 1190 3, 18, 822 | regular clergy is to teach in colleges and give missions and retreats.~ ~ 1191 3, 3, 195 | of a thing we mean the combination of all the qualities that 1192 3, 10, 456 | health, learning or the comforts of life, that affect our 1193 3, 7, 364 | Bethlehem. The day on which we commemorate the death of these first 1194 3, 8, 386 | Father, into Thy hands I commend my spirit," by which He 1195 3, 14, 629 | actual sins, because in their commission there is a double guilt:~ 1196 3, 24, 986 | dies. They are divided into committees called sacred congregations, 1197 3, 12, 565 | and understood in their communications;~3. To show that the Church 1198 3, 25, 1044| solid virtues in a life-long companion and not to be carried away 1199 3, 3, 181 | holy religion are beyond comparison.~ ~ 1200 3, 22, 899 | irreverence some might show if compelled to drink out of a chalice 1201 3, 25, 1047| of their conscience, or compelling them to marry when they 1202 3, 34, 1300| possible without demanding compensation from the owner for what 1203 3, 8, 386 | prophecies concerning Him and the completion of the work of our redemption.~ 1204 3, 25, 1031| whatever laws of the Church concern Matrimony; such as laws 1205 3, 30, 1160| pretend also to know whatever concerns things lost or stolen, and 1206 3, 20, 839 | indulgence means a favor or concession. An indulgence obtains by 1207 3, 8, 415 | parts of Scripture we may conclude there were about 125 persons -- 1208 3, 5, 264 | inclination to evil is called concupiscence, and God permits it to remain 1209 3, 11, 515 | religion and the Apostles condemn heretics?~ ~ ~ 1210 3, 11, 512 | commanded us under pain of condemnation to hear the Church; and 1211 3, 13, 613 | conditionally -- or what we call conditional Baptism -- the priest, instead 1212 3, 20, 845 | gives special faculties to confessors for the absolution of reserved 1213 3, 16, 723 | trials and to whom we can confide our secrets with the hope 1214 3, 26, 1059| themselves, and to put too much confidence in their use leads to superstition.~ ~ ~ 1215 3, 3, 187 | means separate; that is, not confounded or mixed with any other 1216 3, 25, 1032| their relationship is called consanguinity; when they are related by 1217 3, 25, 1029| Children should, therefore, conscientiously seek and accept the direction 1218 3, 11, 506 | laws for the Church, in consecrating bishops and ordaining priests.~ ~ 1219 3, 14, 661 | he has been asked and has consented to be sponsor, and provided 1220 3, 17, 767 | goodness and without any consideration of what befalls ourselves.~ ~ 1221 3, 33, 1288| consider bad?~A. The Church considers bad all books containing 1222 3, 5, 257 | because their punishment consisted in being deprived of a free 1223 3, 5, 269 | because it would not be consistent with the dignity of the~ 1224 3, 26, 1092| in imitation of it, and consisting of two small pieces of cloth 1225 3, 12, 561 | their rule of faith are constantly disputing about its meaning 1226 3, 26, 1095| Seven dolor beads are beads constructed with seven medals, each 1227 3, 8, 386 | of His body.~6. "All is consummated," by which He showed the 1228 3, 5, 263 | left in us consists in the continual efforts our senses and appetites 1229 3, 25, 1011| and valid when the persons contracting them followed the dictates 1230 3, 25, 1011| such marriages were only contracts. Through their evil inclinations 1231 3, 30, 1158| are persons who pretend to converse with the dead or with spirits 1232 3, 8, 412 | from the dead by eating and conversing with His Apostles and others 1233 3, 9, 440 | was called Saul before his conversion.~ ~ 1234 3, 25, 1042| marrying Catholics. Such conversions are, as a rule, not sincere, 1235 3, 16, 744 | fact that we have not truly convinced ourselves of the need of 1236 3, 32, 1256| storms or accidents, the cooking of meals and similar works.~ ~ ~ ~ 1237 3, 23, 948 | used at Benediction are: A cope or large silk cloak and 1238 3, 37, 1397| them that love Him." (I. Cor. ii., 9.)~ ~ 1239 3, 23, 941 | innocence;~3. The Cincture, a cord about the waist, to signify 1240 3, 26, 1085| soul into heaven; 5. The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin -- 1241 3, 20, 850 | Church has always labored to correct such abuses as soon as possible. 1242 3, 34, 1312| that the faults may be corrected and the wrong doer prevented 1243 3, 23, 932 | Gospel change in each Mass to correspond with the feast celebrated.~ ~ 1244 3, 20, 847 | the temporal punishment corresponding to it was blotted out.~ ~ 1245 3, 24, 963 | given, there should be some cotton and a small piece of bread 1246 3, 15, 687 | it is the Faith for which countless Holy Martyrs suffered and 1247 3, 12, 540 | schools in poor or pagan countries.~ ~ 1248 3, 26, 1083| Virgin goes to visit her cousin, St. Elizabeth, the mother 1249 3, 23, 938 | pall or white card used for covering the chalice at Mass;~4. 1250 3, 23, 935 | 1. An altar with linen covers, candles, crucifix, altar 1251 3, 7, 361 | who were guided to His crib by a miraculous star, were 1252 3, 18, 816 | one himself, require that crimes be justly punished. As God 1253 3, 33, 1276| the lawful execution of a criminal, fairly tried and found 1254 3, 8, 396 | making Him equal to the worst criminals.~ ~ 1255 3, 5, 254 | the earth should yield no crops without cultivation, and 1256 3, 26, 1056| passion and death. Fourteen crosses or stations, each with a 1257 3, 26, 1084| in a cruel manner; 3. The Crowning with Thorns -- He was mocked 1258 3, 7, 346 | bad. Idolatry, injustice, cruelty, immorality and horrid vices 1259 3, 5, 254 | should yield no crops without cultivation, and that the beasts, man' 1260 2, 23, 257 | bring it up to date with the current rules. ~ 1261 3, 8, 398 | a new sepulchre or tomb cut in a rock, by Joseph of 1262 3, 8, 401 | was not the hell of the dammed, but a place or state of 1263 3, 17, 774 | low theaters, indecent dances, entertainments, amusements, 1264 3, 33, 1274| rash or foolhardy feats of daring.~ ~ 1265 2, 23, 257 | printing to bring it up to date with the current rules. ~ 1266 3, 30, 1176| and he that loveth son or daughter more than Me, is not worthy 1267 3, 7, 331 | and therefore His sons and daughters?~A. We can be called the 1268 1, 8 | DESCENT UPON THE APOSTLES~ ~ De-scent', the act of coming down. 1269 3, 24, 978 | ministers of the Church are deacons and subdeacons, who, while 1270 3, 8, 386 | which He gave up what was dearest to Him on earth, and gave 1271 3, 5, 252 | temptation at once, but debated about yielding to it.~Similar 1272 3, 26, 1079| ordinary beads are of five decades, or one-third of the whole 1273 3, 31, 1214| about the statues of our deceased civil heroes, to honor the 1274 3, 34, 1307| untrue with the intention of deceiving. To swear to a lie makes 1275 3, 12, 528 | Our Lord of falsehood and deception.~ ~ 1276 3, 19, 830 | 2. To be self-willed in deciding what is sinful and what 1277 3, 31, 1214| images of saints, for, on Decoration or Memorial Day, patriotic 1278 3, 12, 559 | revealed traditions in the decrees of its councils; in its 1279 3, 18, 821 | the teachings of Our Lord, dedicate their lives to the service 1280 3, 12, 540 | of the Church and for the defense of truth and virtue.~2. 1281 3, 6, 292 | if we commit them through defiant contempt for God or His 1282 3, 37, 1386| holiness requires that nothing defiled may enter heaven and His 1283 3, 12, 530 | certain words, such as, we define, we proclaim, etc., that 1284 3, 12, 568 | discussion about the truth defined.~ 1285 3, 25, 1020| body or suffering from any deformity that might prevent their 1286 3, 34, 1293| A. All sins of cheating, defrauding or wronging others of their 1287 3, 30, 1170| deny there is a God; 2. Deists, who admit there is a God, 1288 3, 24, 985 | titles follow bishops. Papal delegates and those specially appointed 1289 3, Pray | not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.~ 1290 3, 29, 1133| after the Israelites were delivered from the bondage of Egypt 1291 3, 5, 245 | situated is not known, for the deluge may have so changed the 1292 3, 9, 428 | form of tongues of fire denote?~A. The form of tongues 1293 3, 9, 428 | form of tongues of fire denoted the sacred character and 1294 3, 23, 917 | as he tells the people to depart when the Holy Sacrifice 1295 2, 28, 307 | our own helplessness and dependence upon God; With a great 1296 3, 14, 629 | away from Him;~4.(2) Of depriving Him of the honor we owe 1297 3, 26, 1058| the Old Law, in which God described and commanded ceremonies;~ 1298 3, 18, 801 | given and the punishment deserved for sin;~2. Because we are 1299 3, 11, 496 | name used in the Church to designate a person who acts in the 1300 3, 6, 306 | that is not intended or desired may be excused from mortal 1301 3, 16, 745 | avoid:~1. Telling useless details, the sins of others, or 1302 3, 16, 730 | to the Pope or bishop to deter or prevent, by this special 1303 3, 26, 1057| dedicates to a pious use or devotes to the worship of God may 1304 3, 6, 317 | brotherly love to envy, and diligence to sloth.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1305 3, 22, 898 | being infinite, can never be diminished by any act on His own or 1306 3, 26, 1071| from the dead, having been dipped into it with a special prayer.~ ~ ~ 1307 3, 14, 645 | namely, by immersion or dipping, by aspersion or sprinkling, 1308 3, 8, 415 | They were the Apostles, the Disciples, the pious women and others 1309 3, 12, 537 | unjust, and wherever the Pope discovers falsehood, wickedness or 1310 3, 12, 568 | and to put an end to all discussion about the truth defined.~ 1311 3, 11, 514 | should not heal our bodily diseases because we were born with 1312 3, 8, 396 | enemies might thus add to His disgrace by making Him equal to the 1313 3, 32, 1247| avoid any vulgar, noisy or disgraceful amusements that turn the 1314 3, 30, 1174| injury to their neighbor, and disgracing their religion by sinful 1315 3, 6, 312 | our spiritual duties and a disgust for prayer.~ ~ 1316 3, 34, 1294| giving or taking bribes for dishonest purposes.~ ~ 1317 3, 31, 1214| represent; for just as we can dishonor a man by abusing his image, 1318 3, 36, 1370| marriages?~A. The Church dislikes mixed marriages because 1319 3, 16, 746 | confession in an excited and disorderly manner.~ ~ 1320 3, 32, 1229| temporally, and censures or disowns every society that uses 1321 3, 14, 655 | and all foolish or sinful display of ourselves or of what 1322 3, 25, 1041| 1. Because they are displeasing to the Church and cannot 1323 3, 24, 975 | thoughts from the mind, and to dispose ourselves as best we can 1324 3, 33, 1279| word, deed or omission that disposes others to sin, or lessens 1325 3, 22, 895 | Eucharist remits venial sins by disposing us to perform acts of love 1326 3, 16, 721 | it means likewise that disposition of the heart in which we 1327 3, 30, 1168| Christian spirit, without dispute or bitterness. We should 1328 3, 25, 1026| many; but chiefly:~1. A disregard for the sacred character 1329 3, 25, 1041| the one not a Catholic, disregarding the sacred character of 1330 3, 33, 1269| contempt is meant willful disrespect for lawful authority, and 1331 3, 19, 830 | chiefly:~1. To be always dissatisfied with our confessions;~2. 1332 3, 25, 1024| live apart; but that is not dissolving the bond of marriage, or 1333 3, 35, 1330| as severe illness, great distance from the Church, or the 1334 3, 26, 1056| passion, are arranged at distances apart. By passing from one 1335 3, 6, 301 | Lust begets in our souls a distaste for holy things, a perverted 1336 3, 3, 191 | numbers are used to mark the distinction between the persons, and 1337 3, 24, 976 | that these things may not distract them at the hour of death, 1338 3, 23, 947 | prevent the confusion and distraction caused by late coming and 1339 3, 16, 746 | confession;~3. It annoys and distracts the priest by the confusion 1340 3, 24, 1001| power to offer Sacrifice, distribute the Holy Eucharist and forgive 1341 3, 11, 515 | and true, why did Christ disturb the Jewish religion and 1342 3, 15, 716 | called the children of God, disturbers of peace should be called 1343 3, 24, 994 | which they have not been divinely called;~3. That in giving 1344 3, 18, 789 | we mean the particular division or class to which the sins 1345 3, 6, 287 | writings of the Fathers and Doctors of the Church.~ ~ 1346 3, 31, 1208| must be accompanied by a document or written paper proving 1347 3, 34, 1312| corrected and the wrong doer prevented from greater sin.~ ~ 1348 3, 26, 1080| its present form?~A. St. Dominic taught the use of the Rosary 1349 3, 23, 947 | leaving. Standing in the doorways, blocking up passages and 1350 3, 9, 446 | might not believe, and to draw the attention of all to 1351 3, 30, 1157| made known was not a mere dream, but rather a revelation 1352 3, 5, 254 | of their sin. They were driven out of Paradise and condemned 1353 3, 8, 371 | the "bloody sweat" while drops of blood came forth from 1354 3, 4, 221 | A. The Archangel Michael drove Satan out of heaven; the 1355 2, 19, 219 | Penance remit all punishment duo to sin?~A. The Sacrament 1356 3, 18, 810 | because their kind and duration were regulated by the Canons 1357 3, 26, 1076| our bodies will return to dust, and of the necessity of 1358 3, 37, 1394| dead because they were the dwelling-place of the soul, the medium 1359 3, 26, 1075| churches where God Himself dwells.~ ~ 1360 3, 7, 365 | year, during which time He dwelt with His parents at Nazareth.~ 1361 3, 24, 971 | grace, which we should be eager to obtain as soon as our 1362 3, 15, 717 | sorrow at all times. He eagerly sought to do good, showed 1363 3, 37, 1397| That eye hath not seen. nor ear heard, neither hath it entered 1364 3, 24, 962 | Unction are: The eyes, the ears, the nose or nostrils, the 1365 3, 8, 387 | there were darkness and earthquake; many holy dead came forth 1366 3, 24, 984 | have authority over the ecclesiastical or Church provinces of a 1367 3, 4, 222 | first-born in the families of the Egyptians who had persecuted God's 1368 3, 36, 1355| Sunday after Pentecost, or eight weeks after Easter Sunday; 1369 3, 24, 986 | government of the Church, and to elect a new Pope when the reigning 1370 3, 11, 497 | of Rome, and whoever is elected Pope must give up his title 1371 3, 21, 893 | place immediately before the elevation of the Host and Chalice, 1372 3, 26, 1089| Blessed Virgin lived for about eleven years with the Apostle St. 1373 3, 8, 374 | of the Old Law, Moses and Elias, talking with Our Lord.~ ~ 1374 3, 31, 1210| relics of the holy prophet Eliseus.~ ~ 1375 3, 26, 1083| to visit her cousin, St. Elizabeth, the mother of St. John 1376 3, 31, 1214| place flowers, flags, or emblems about the statues of our 1377 3, 6, 302 | A. Anger is an excessive emotion of the mind excited against 1378 3, 7, 357 | in obedience to the Roman Emperor, who ordered all his subjects 1379 3, 34, 1296| bad material without their employer's knowledge.~ ~ 1380 1, 8 | the act of coming down. En-a'ble, to make able. En-light' 1381 1, 8 | En-a'ble, to make able. En-light'en, to make them understand 1382 3, 30, 1162| our pretended belief we encourage these impostors to continue 1383 3, 32, 1229| lawful means. The Church encourages every society that lawfully 1384 3, 36, 1370| give rise to many disputes, endanger the faith of the Catholic 1385 3, 24, 994 | resist the Will of God by endeavoring to turn their children from 1386 3, 23, 917 | when the Holy Sacrifice is ended.~ ~ 1387 3, 32, 1224| officials, whose duty it is to enforce the laws. In religious matters 1388 3, 25, 1019| either has been solemnly engaged to another person; whether 1389 3, 13, 582 | grace of the Sacraments enters into our souls.~ ~ 1390 3, 14, 655 | shows by which people are enticed into sin, and all foolish 1391 3, 31, 1206| used in the Passion are entitled to a very special veneration, 1392 3, 26, 1093| scapular is best known and entitles its wearer to the greatest 1393 3, 14, 666 | at the hour of death to entrust the care and training of 1394 3, 26, 1077| of Our Lord's triumphal entry into Jerusalem, when the 1395 3, 26, 1089| the four Gospels, three Epistles, and the Apocalypse, or 1396 3, 18, 801 | Because there is no real equality between the slight penance 1397 3, 25, 1013| laws made by himself or his equals, but he cannot, of his own 1398 3, 32, 1235| alms and they have vowed to erect churches, convents, hospitals 1399 3, 12, 534 | his seat or throne, is erected in it, and because he celebrates 1400 3, 12, 527 | therefore, the Church has erred, the Holy Ghost must have 1401 3, 23, 917 | from the words "Ite Missa est," used by the priest as 1402 3, 24, 987 | this title as a mark of esteem. It gives certain privileges 1403 3, 5, 245 | not far from the river Euphrates.~ ~ 1404 3, 9, 441 | bearing their names, and Evangelia is the Latin name for Gospels. 1405 3, 26, 1089| the Apostle St. John the Evangelist, called also the Beloved 1406 3, 23, 953 | generally on Sunday afternoon or evening, and is usually followed 1407 3, 35, 1342| days and on the vigils or eves of some great feasts. A 1408 3, 12, 533 | Cathedra" means a seat, and "ex" means out of. Therefore, 1409 3, 31, 1208| veneration until the bishop examines them and pronounces them 1410 3, 32, 1256| Q. 1256. Give some examples of when the honor of God, 1411 3, Pray | Saints, that I have sinned exceedingly in thought, word and deed, 1412 3, 3, 184 | authority; also the most excellent or greatest possible in 1413 3, 3, 205 | is called the "Gloria in excelsis" or "Glory be to God on 1414 3, 32, 1218| and careless manner, as in exclamation.~ ~ 1415 3, 18, 809 | be guilty. Penitents were excluded for a certain time from 1416 3, 5, 271 | the Blessed Virgin's own exclusive privilege of coming into 1417 3, 5, 270 | provided for her privilege of exemption from original sin.~ ~ 1418 3, 24, 989 | A. An Abbot is one who exercises over a religious community 1419 3, 17, 774 | entertainments, amusements, exhibitions, and all immoral resorts 1420 3, 24, 970 | From the words of St. James exhorting us to receive it;~2. It 1421 3, 24, 960 | apostles, for James the Apostle exhorts the sick to receive it.~ 1422 3, 12, 536 | lawful pope was in prison or exile.~ ~ 1423 3, 24, 980 | orders, Porter, Reader, Exorcist, and Acolyte, by which he 1424 3, 30, 1154| carefully guard against expecting God to perform miracles 1425 3, 17, 759 | grace, for one mortal sin expels all grace.~ ~ 1426 2, 36, 402 | to bear our share in the expenses of the church and school. ~ 1427 3, 12, 561 | be understood without the explanation given by tradition, and 1428 3, 8, 406 | other miracles; but the explanations they give to prove Christ' 1429 3, 6, 307 | victim into many vices and exposes him to the danger of dying 1430 3, 25, 1008| consent of the persons, expressed by words or signs in accordance 1431 3, 7, 324 | His miracles, which are extraordinary works that can be performed 1432 3, 37, 1397| Paul says of heaven, "That eye hath not seen. nor ear heard, 1433 3, 36, 1363| other, should make known the facts to the priest, that he may 1434 3, 12, 536 | were men who by the aid of faithless Christians or others unlawfully 1435 3, 7, 347 | that God alone could help fallen man.~ ~ 1436 3, 11, 514 | labored uselessly and taught falsely; for He came to abolish 1437 3, 4, 222 | slew the first-born in the families of the Egyptians who had 1438 3, 26, 1092| two small pieces of cloth fastened together by strings, is 1439 3, 20, 839 | word indulgence means a favor or concession. An indulgence 1440 3, 20, 861 | some spiritual or temporal favors.~ ~ 1441 3, 33, 1274| death by rash or foolhardy feats of daring.~ ~ 1442 3, 15, 717 | because these are the chief features in His own earthly life; 1443 3, 26, 1074| of the Blessed Virgin -- February 2nd. They are used chiefly 1444 3, 8, 388 | Israelites were miraculously fed in the desert. The Ark of 1445 3, 6, 309 | What is envy?~A. Envy is a feeling of sorrow at another's good 1446 3, 26, 1082| are there?~A. There are fifteen mysteries of the Rosary 1447 3, 26, 1083| offered Him to God; 5. The finding of the Child Jesus in the 1448 3, 26, 1096| covered with silk or some fine material.~ 1449 3, 22, 914 | mouth, but never with the finger under any circumstances.~ ~ ~ 1450 3, 24, 963 | lemon to purify the priest's fingers.~ ~ 1451 3, 4, 222 | an Angel also slew the first-born in the families of the Egyptians 1452 3, 24, 992 | in it, together with our fitness for it, or, at least, our 1453 3, 26, 1052| They increase devotion by fixing our minds on particular 1454 3, 31, 1214| citizens place flowers, flags, or emblems about the statues 1455 3, 7, 363 | warned by an Angel -- fled hastily into that country 1456 3, 23, 935 | in its use, and bread of flour from wheat and wine from 1457 3, 3, 200 | the ground will produce a flower or tree often with more 1458 3, 31, 1214| patriotic citizens place flowers, flags, or emblems about 1459 3, 5, 252 | avoiding it.~2. She did not fly from the temptation at once, 1460 3, 14, 648 | always kept in the baptismal font in the baptistry -- a place 1461 3, 33, 1274| danger of death by rash or foolhardy feats of daring.~ ~ 1462 3, 37, 1389| coming, and that all may be forced to acknowledge Him their 1463 3, 25, 1047| and unreasonable motives forcing their children to marry 1464 3, 26, 1076| how the body of Adam, our forefather, was formed out of the slime 1465 3, 7, 359 | giving the ancestors or forefathers of Our Lord, why do the 1466 3, 15, 675 | Confirmation because in some foreign missions, where bishops 1467 3, 6, 292 | evil consequences, which we foresee in committing them.~ ~ 1468 3, 5, 257 | and which they willfully forfeited by their act of disobedience.~ 1469 3, 26, 1064| without thought or intention, forgetting that the Church grants an 1470 3, 25, 1011| their evil inclinations many forgot or neglected the true character 1471 3, 6, 285 | that is, they would be formal or real sins if we knew 1472 3, 8, 386 | God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?" from which we learn 1473 2, 29, 319 | in mediums, spiritists, fortunetellers and the like, sin against 1474 3, 7, 334 | Q. 334. Who was the foster father or guardian of Our 1475 3, 23, 927 | people and says: "Orate Fratres," etc., which means: "Pray, 1476 3, 14, 628 | Sacrament of Penance remits or frees us from the eternal punishment 1477 3, 25, 1045| of doing God's will and fulfilling the end for which He instituted 1478 3, 29, 1134| gave us by His teaching a fuller and clearer knowledge of 1479 3, 6, 317 | Humility is opposed to pride; generosity to covetousness; chastity 1480 3, 9, 439 | called the Apostle of the Gentiles; that is, of all those who 1481 3, 31, 1208| written paper proving its genuineness. 3. The relics cannot be 1482 3, 25, 1039| who hears their confession gets special faculties or permission 1483 3, 34, 1297| guilty of dishonesty in getting money or goods by false 1484 3, 1, 134 | either men or women, boys, girls, or children.~ ~ 1485 3, 13, 579 | Christ. As Christ is the giver of the grace, He has the 1486 3, 24, 963 | palm for a sprinkler; a glass of clean water; a tablespoon 1487 3, 25, 1032| they are related by being god-parents in Baptism or Confirmation, 1488 3, 14, 665 | can they teach it to their godchildren? Moreover, they must answer 1489 3, 26, 1083| Visitation -- the Blessed Virgin goes to visit her cousin, St. 1490 3 | 9. Lesson 9 On the Holy Gost and His Descent Upon the 1491 3, 29, 1136| nation; 2. Ceremonial laws, governing their worship in the temple; 1492 3, 17, 767 | perfect than the highest grade of contrition by which we 1493 3, 23, 935 | wheat and wine from the grape;~3. Vestments for the priest, 1494 3, 1, 149 | A falling man instantly grasps for something to support 1495 3, 25, 1047| marriage by seeking the gratification of their own aims and desires, 1496 3, 37, 1391| will come forth from the grave and be united to our souls 1497 3, 8, 387 | dead came forth from their graves, and the veil concealing 1498 3, 9, 432 | out of pure malice, and greatly opposed to the mercy of 1499 3, 16, 730 | either on account of the greatness of the sin itself or on 1500 3, 26, 1091| Holy Name is written in the Greek language when some of the


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