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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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1 1, 1, 9 | we must worship God by faith, hope, and charity; that 2 2, 1, 9 | souls we must worship God by faith, hope, and charity; that 3 2, 10, 106 | called the Divine virtues of Faith, Hope, and Charity. ~ 4 2, 10, 107 | 107. Q. What is Faith?~A. Faith is a Divine virtue 5 2, 10, 107 | 107. Q. What is Faith?~A. Faith is a Divine virtue by which 6 2, 11, 115 | all those who profess the faith of Christ, partake of the 7 2, 12, 124 | it teaches a doctrine of faith or morals. ~ 8 2, 12, 125 | the faithful a doctrine of faith or morals. ~ 9 2, 12, 127 | and people in matters of faith or morals will last till 10 2, 12, 129 | its members agree in one faith, are all in one communion, 11 2, 14, 160 | shedding of one's blood for the faith of Christ. ~ 12 2, 15, 171 | profess and practice his faith, never be ashamed of it, 13 2, 15, 174 | know the chief mysteries of faith and the duties of a Christian, 14 2, 15, 175 | in these evil days when faith and morals are exposed to 15 2, 16, 176 | the strengthening of our faith, and the gifts of the Holy 16 2, 16, 183 | clearly the mysteries of faith. ~ 17 2, 16, 186 | Long-suffering, Mildness, Faith, Modesty, Continency, and 18 2, 18, 198 | motives which spring from faith, and not by merely natural 19 2, 23, 256 | and should make acts of faith, hope, and love. 20 2, 25, 276 | of grace, and with lively faith and resignation to the will 21 2, 26, 289 | to indifference, loss of faith, and to the neglect of the 22 2, 27, 297 | the Cross a profession of faith in the chief mysteries of 23 2, 27, 297 | Cross is a profession of faith in the chief mysteries of 24 2, 28, 308 | Confiteor, and the Acts of Faith, Hope, Love, and Contrition. ~ 25 2, 29, 317 | God?~A. We adore God by faith, hope, and charity, by prayer 26 2, 29, 320 | 320. Q. Are sins against faith, hope and charity also sins 27 2, 29, 320 | Commandment?~A. Sins against faith, hope, and charity are also 28 2, 29, 321 | does a person sin against faith?~A. A person sins against 29 2, 29, 321 | A. A person sins against faith: ~ by not trying to know 30 2, 29, 325 | who fail to profess their faith in the true Church in which 31 2, 29, 325 | who fail to profess their faith in the true Church in which 32 2, 29, 326 | make open profession of our faith?~A. We are obliged to make 33 2, 29, 326 | make open profession of our faith as often as God's honor, 34 3 | Confiteor.~5. An Act of Faith.~6. An Act of Hope.~7. An 35 3, Pray | An Act of Faith.~O my God! I firmly believe 36 3, 1, 154 | we must worship God by faith, hope, and charity; that 37 3, 1, 159 | remaining truths of our Faith in the religious writings 38 3, 5, 272 | declared it an Article of Faith.~ ~ 39 3, 6, 301 | leads to a complete loss of faith.~ ~ 40 3, 9, 444 | destroyed by the enemies of Our Faith.~ ~ 41 3, 10, 461 | called the Divine virtues of Faith, Hope, and Charity.~ ~ 42 3, 10, 464 | Q. 465. What is Faith?~A. Faith is a Divine virtue 43 3, 10, 464 | 465. What is Faith?~A. Faith is a Divine virtue by which 44 3, 10, 467 | Q. 468. Why are Faith, Hope and Charity called 45 3, 10, 467 | Charity called virtues?~A. Faith, Hope and Charity are called 46 3, 10, 468 | What kind of virtues are Faith, Hope and Charity?~A. Faith, 47 3, 10, 468 | Faith, Hope and Charity?~A. Faith, Hope and Charity are called 48 3, 10, 471 | mortal sins are opposed to Faith?~A. Atheism, which is a 49 3, 10, 471 | religion, are opposed to Faith.~ ~ 50 3, 11, 488 | all those who profess the faith of Christ, partake of the 51 3, 11, 492 | you mean by "profess the faith of Christ"?~A. By "profess 52 3, 11, 492 | Christ"?~A. By "profess the faith of Christ" we mean, believe 53 3, 12, 525 | it teaches a doctrine of faith or morals.~ ~ 54 3, 12, 526 | we mean by a "doctrine of faith or morals"?~A. By a doctrine 55 3, 12, 526 | morals"?~A. By a doctrine of faith or morals we mean the revealed 56 3, 12, 528 | reformed in its teaching of faith or morals?~A. Since the 57 3, 12, 528 | reformed in its teaching of faith or morals. Those who say 58 3, 12, 528 | Church needed reformation in faith or morals accuse Our Lord 59 3, 12, 529 | the faithful a doctrine of faith or morals.~ ~ 60 3, 12, 530 | must speak on a subject of faith or morals;~2. He must speak 61 3, 12, 531 | but only in matters of faith and morals for the whole 62 3, 12, 537 | and defend the truths of faith and morals. He must protect 63 3, 12, 545 | Church change any doctrine of faith or morals.~ ~ 64 3, 12, 546 | and people in matters of faith or morals will last to the 65 3, 12, 548 | its members agree in one faith, are all in one communion, 66 3, 12, 552 | that the Church is one in faith?~A. It is evident the Church 67 3, 12, 552 | evident the Church is one in faith because all Catholics throughout 68 3, 12, 552 | each and every article of faith proposed by the Church.~ ~ 69 3, 12, 553 | only one article of our faith be a Catholic?~A. A person 70 3, 12, 553 | even one article of our faith could not be a Catholic; 71 3, 12, 554 | that are not articles of faith?~A. There are many pious 72 3, 12, 554 | that are not articles of faith; that is, we are not bound 73 3, 12, 560 | us our infallible rule of faith.~ ~ 74 3, 12, 561 | salvation and infallible rule of faith?~A. We show that the Holy 75 3, 12, 561 | salvation and infallible rule of faith:~1. Because all men cannot 76 3, 12, 561 | been used as the rule of faith by the first Christians;~ 77 3, 12, 561 | alone for their rule of faith are constantly disputing 78 3, 12, 567 | certain truths, articles of faith, does not make new doctrines, 79 3, 12, 568 | declaring a truth an article of faith if it has always been believed?~ 80 3, 12, 568 | declaring a truth an article of faith, even when it has always 81 3, 12, 570 | either in government or faith; for they have no chief 82 3, 13, 578 | Sacraments is a matter of faith, and the Church cannot be 83 3, 13, 578 | be mistaken in matters of faith.~ ~ 84 3, 13, 603 | to strengthen us in our faith. When we are tempted to 85 3, 13, 603 | helps us to cling to our faith and firmly profess it.~The 86 3, 14, 646 | are:~1. A profession of faith and renouncement of the 87 3, 14, 646 | signify the wisdom imparted by faith;~3. The holding of the priest' 88 3, 14, 646 | to signify the light of faith and fire of love that should 89 3, 14, 650 | shedding of one's blood for the faith of Christ.~ ~ 90 3, 14, 651 | rather than give up Catholic faith or virtue. We must not seek 91 3, 14, 667 | receive it;~2. They must have faith in Christ;~3. They must 92 3, 15, 671 | whatever belongs to our faith and religious duties.~ ~ 93 3, 15, 685 | profess and practice his faith, never be ashamed of it; 94 3, 15, 687 | ashamed of the Catholic faith?~A. We have good reason 95 3, 15, 687 | ashamed of the Catholic Faith because it is the Old Faith 96 3, 15, 687 | Faith because it is the Old Faith established by Christ and 97 3, 15, 687 | His Apostles; it is the Faith for which countless Holy 98 3, 15, 687 | suffered and died; it is the Faith that has brought true civilization, 99 3, 15, 687 | world, and it is the only Faith that can truly reform and 100 3, 15, 691 | know the chief mysteries of faith and the duties of a Christian, 101 3, 15, 692 | know the chief mysteries of faith and the duties of a Christian 102 3, 15, 692 | know the Chief Mysteries of Faith and the duties of a Christian 103 3, 15, 693 | in these evil days when faith and morals are exposed to 104 3, 15, 697 | the strengthening of our faith, and the gifts of the Holy 105 3, 15, 705 | clearly the mysteries of faith.~ ~ 106 3, 15, 713 | who will not abandon their faith or virtue for any cause.~ ~ 107 3, 15, 718 | Long-suffering, Mildness, Faith, Modesty, Continency, and 108 3, 17, 756 | motives which spring from faith, and not by merely natural 109 3, 17, 757 | motives that spring from faith" and by "merely natural 110 3, 17, 757 | motives that spring from faith," we mean sorrow for reasons 111 3, 18, 814 | in doubt about matters of faith. We must aid such persons 112 3, 20, 851 | be deceived in matters of faith, we must always distinguish 113 3, 20, 863 | grew weaker in their faith, there was danger of some 114 3, 22, 903 | should make acts of lively faith, of firm hope, and ardent 115 3, 24, 973 | of grace, and with lively faith and resignation to the will 116 3, 25, 1036| to indifference, loss of faith, and to the neglect of the 117 3, 25, 1038| Catholic to embrace the true faith;~3. That all the children 118 3, 25, 1042| children from losing their faith and becoming perverts by 119 3, 26, 1055| in learning the truths of faith.~A. Sacramentals aid the 120 3, 26, 1055| in learning the truths of faith as children learn from pictures 121 3, 26, 1066| the cross a profession of faith in the chief mysteries of 122 3, 26, 1066| cross is a profession of faith in the chief mysteries of 123 3, 26, 1080| converted many to the true faith.~ ~ 124 3, 30, 1142| offend God, renounce our faith or give up the practice 125 3, 30, 1144| God?~A. We adore God by faith, hope, and charity, by prayer 126 3, 30, 1155| governed by either reason or faith.~ ~ 127 3, 30, 1159| practice is very dangerous to faith and morals?~A. Another practice 128 3, 30, 1159| practice very dangerous to faith and morals is the use of 129 3, 30, 1163| 1163. Are sins against faith, hope, and charity also 130 3, 30, 1163| Commandment?~A. Sins against faith, hope and charity are also 131 3, 30, 1164| does a person sin against faith?~A. A person sins against 132 3, 30, 1164| A. A person sins against faith:~1.1st. By not trying to 133 3, 30, 1167| us the truths of our holy faith.~ ~ 134 3, 30, 1170| and who, through want of faith, refuse to be baptized; 135 3, 30, 1170| believe all the articles of faith; 6. Schismatics, who have 136 3, 30, 1170| believe all the articles of faith, but do not submit to the 137 3, 30, 1171| denial of only one article of faith make a person a heretic?~ 138 3, 30, 1171| denial of only one article of faith will make a person a heretic 139 3, 30, 1172| 1172. What is an article of faith?~A. An article of faith 140 3, 30, 1172| faith?~A. An article of faith is a revealed truth so important 141 3, 30, 1172| what truths are articles of faith that we may distinguish 142 3, 30, 1175| for the sake of the true faith.~ ~ 143 3, 30, 1179| who fail to profess their faith in the true Church in which 144 3, 30, 1179| who fail to profess their faith in the true Church in which 145 3, 30, 1180| make open profession of our faith?~A. We are obliged to make 146 3, 30, 1180| make open profession of our faith as often as God's honor, 147 3, 30, 1181| an open profession of our faith?~A. God's honor, our neighbor' 148 3, 30, 1181| an open profession of our faith as often as we cannot conceal 149 3, 30, 1181| omitted without any denial of faith.~ ~ 150 3, 31, 1192| religious heroes in their faith.~ ~ 151 3, 33, 1285| they lead to the loss of faith.~ ~ 152 3, 33, 1288| containing teaching contrary to faith or morals, or that willfully 153 3, 36, 1370| many disputes, endanger the faith of the Catholic member of 154 3, 37, 1384| died apparently in the true faith and free from mortal sin.


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