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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 4 | THE ANGELS AND OUR FIRST PARENTS~ ~ 2 1, 4, 45 | disobedience of our first parents?~A. Through the disobedience 3 1, 4, 45 | disobedience of our first parents we all inherit their sin 4 1, 4, 47 | we inherit from our first parents?~A. The sin which we inherit 5 1, 4, 47 | we inherit from our first parents is called original sin.~ ~ 6 2, 5 | LESSON FIFTH: ON OUR FIRST PARENTS AND THE FALL~ 7 2, 5, 45 | disobedience of our first parents?~A. On account of the disobedience 8 2, 5, 45 | disobedience of our first parents, we all share in their sin 9 2, 5, 46 | from the sin of our first parents?~A. Our nature was corrupted 10 2, 5, 46 | by the sin of our first parents, which darkened our understanding, 11 2, 5, 47 | we inherit from our first parents?~A. The sin which we inherit 12 2, 5, 47 | we inherit from our first parents is called original sin. ~ 13 2, 5, 48 | down to us from our first parents, and we are brought into 14 2, 7, 72 | after the sin of our first parents?~A. The Son of God did not 15 2, 7, 72 | after the sin of our first parents, but was promised to them 16 2, 14, 165 | religious duties, if the parents neglect to do so or die. ~ ~ 17 2, 26, 291 | seeking the advice of their parents and the blessing of their 18 2, 33, 362 | honor, love, and obey our parents in all that is not sin. ~ 19 2, 33, 363 | and obey others than our parents?~A. We are also bound to 20 2, 33, 364 | 364. Q. Have parents and superiors any duties 21 2, 33, 364 | charge?~A. It is the duty of parents and superiors to take good 22 2, 33, 365 | stubbornness towards our parents or lawful superiors. ~ 23 3 | 5. Lesson 5 On Our First Parents and the Fall~6. Lesson 6 24 3, 5 | LESSON FIFTH: On our First Parents and the Fall~ 25 3, 5, 235 | indicate a difference in~first parents?~A. The differences in color, 26 3, 5, 235 | indicate a difference in first parents, for these differences have 27 3, 5, 247 | the bodies of our first parents in a state of perfect health.~ ~ 28 3, 5, 256 | disobedience of our first parents?~A. On account of the disobedience 29 3, 5, 256 | disobedience of our first parents, we all share in their sin 30 3, 5, 257 | for the sin of our first parents?~A. It is not unjust to 31 3, 5, 257 | for the sin of our first parents, because their punishment 32 3, 5, 258 | justice leave our first parents and us in mortal sin?~A. 33 3, 5, 258 | original justice left our first parents and us in mortal sin because 34 3, 5, 259 | from the sin of our first parents?~A. Our nature was corrupted 35 3, 5, 259 | by the sin of our first parents, which darkened our understanding, 36 3, 5, 265 | we inherit from our first parents?~A. The sin which we inherit 37 3, 5, 265 | we inherit from our first parents is called original sin.~ ~ 38 3, 5, 266 | down to us from our first parents, and we are brought into 39 3, 7, 344 | after the sin of our first parents?~A. The Son of God did not 40 3, 7, 344 | after the sin of our first parents, but was promised to them 41 3, 7, 365 | year, when He went with his parents to worship in the Temple 42 3, 7, 365 | which time He dwelt with His parents at Nazareth.~3. His public 43 3, 12, 522 | authority over their subjects, parents over their children, and 44 3, 14, 642 | against the wishes of its parents?~A. We cannot baptize a 45 3, 14, 642 | against the wishes of its parents; and if the parents are 46 3, 14, 642 | its parents; and if the parents are not Catholics, they 47 3, 14, 642 | consent or permission of its parents.~ ~ 48 3, 14, 662 | person baptized (not with his parents), and this relationship 49 3, 14, 663 | 2. The full name of its parents, and, in particular, the 50 3, 14, 663 | baptism, and~5. Whether its parents be Catholics.~Sponsors must 51 3, 14, 664 | religious duties, if the parents neglect to do so or die.~ ~ 52 3, 14, 666 | Q. 667. What should parents chiefly consider in the 53 3, 14, 666 | sponsors for their children parents should chiefly consider 54 3, 24, 994 | Q. 995. What should parents and guardians bear in mind 55 3, 24, 994 | children's vocations?~A. Parents and guardians should bear 56 3, 25, 1029| Q. 1030. How are parents specially fitted to bring 57 3, 25, 1029| fear and love of God?~A. Parents are specially fitted to 58 3, 25, 1029| childhood to the position of parents.~Children should, therefore, 59 3, 25, 1029| accept the direction of good parents.~ ~ ~ 60 3, 25, 1041| the good example of both parents in the practice of their 61 3, 25, 1046| seeking the advice of their parents and the blessing of their 62 3, 25, 1047| Q. 1048. How may parents be guilty of great injustice 63 3, 25, 1047| in case of marriage?~A. Parents may be guilty of great injustice 64 3, 26, 1083| Jesus in the temple -- His parents offered Him to God; 5. The 65 3, 26, 1083| Jesus in the temple -- His parents had lost Him in Jerusalem 66 3, 33, 1258| everything necessary for our parents' spiritual and temporal 67 3, 33, 1259| honor, love and obey our parents in all that is not sin.~ ~ ~ 68 3, 33, 1260| should we refuse to obey parents or superiors who command 69 3, 33, 1260| We should refuse to obey parents or superiors who command 70 3, 33, 1261| and obey others than our parents?~A. We are also bound to 71 3, 33, 1265| Q. 1265. Have parents and superiors any duties 72 3, 33, 1265| charge?~A. It is the duty of parents and superiors to take good 73 3, 33, 1266| Q. 1266. If parents or superiors neglect their 74 3, 33, 1266| in that particular?~A. If parents or superiors neglect their 75 3, 33, 1268| stubbornness towards our parents or lawful superiors.~ ~ 76 3, 34, 1312| to make them known to his parents or superiors, that the faults 77 3, 35, 1331| prevented from so doing by parents, or others, then the sin


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