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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 23, 254 | intention, and to obey the laws of fasting. (See Q. 257.) ~ ~ 2 2, 26, 286 | also to comply with the laws of the Church. 3 2, 26, 287 | Who has the right to make laws concerning the Sacrament 4 2, 26, 287 | alone has the right to make laws concerning the Sacrament 5 2, 26, 287 | also has the right to make laws concerning the civil effects 6 3, 1, 148 | are impelled to follow the laws and habits that God has 7 3, 8, 391 | Q. 392. Were all the laws of the Jewish religion abolished 8 3, 8, 391 | Christianity?~A. The moral laws of the Jewish religion were 9 3, 8, 391 | came not to destroy these laws, but to make them more perfect. 10 3, 8, 391 | perfect. Its ceremonial laws were abolished when the 11 3, 8, 392 | by moral and ceremonial laws?~A. By "moral" laws we mean 12 3, 8, 392 | ceremonial laws?~A. By "moral" laws we mean laws regarding good 13 3, 8, 392 | By "moral" laws we mean laws regarding good and evil. 14 3, 8, 392 | and evil. By "ceremonial" laws we mean laws regulating 15 3, 8, 392 | ceremonial" laws we mean laws regulating the manner of 16 3, 11, 506 | to the Apostles in making laws for the Church, in consecrating 17 3, 12, 544 | Lord Himself make all the laws of the Church?~A. Our Lord 18 3, 12, 544 | Himself did not make all the laws of the Church. He gave the 19 3, 12, 544 | Church also power to make laws to suit the needs of the 20 3, 12, 545 | Can the Church change its laws?~A. The Church can, when 21 3, 12, 545 | when necessary, change the laws it has itself made, but 22 3, 12, 545 | but it cannot change the laws that Christ has made. Neither 23 3, 15, 692 | Christian without knowing the laws of the Church and understanding 24 3, 18, 810 | regulated by the Canons or laws of the Church.~ ~ 25 3, 18, 822 | according to the general laws of the Church, as all priests 26 3, 22, 900 | to fast according to the laws of the Church.~ ~ 27 3, 24, 980 | but at times fixed by the laws of the Church.~ ~ 28 3, 24, 983 | power to teach and make laws that direct the faithful 29 3, 24, 1003| causes laid down in the laws of the Church, or for reasons 30 3, 25, 1005| they comply with all the laws of God and of the Church 31 3, 25, 1008| signs in accordance with the laws of the Church. The whole 32 3, 25, 1009| by faithfully obeying the laws of the marriage state.~ ~ ~ 33 3, 25, 1011| their conscience and the laws of God as they knew them; 34 3, 25, 1013| that arise from its own laws; but it cannot dispense 35 3, 25, 1013| impediments that arise from the laws of God and nature. Every 36 3, 25, 1013| change or excuse from the laws made by himself or his equals, 37 3, 25, 1013| authority, change or excuse from laws made by a higher power.~ ~ ~ 38 3, 25, 1014| to marriage or from other laws?~A. That the Church may 39 3, 25, 1014| to marriage or from other laws, there must be a good and 40 3, 25, 1015| comply with the general laws;~2. That the Church may 41 3, 25, 1017| because, according to the laws of the Church, the names 42 3, 25, 1030| also to comply with the laws of the Church.~ ~ ~ 43 3, 25, 1031| Q. 1032. With what laws of the Church are we bound 44 3, 25, 1031| to comply with whatever laws of the Church concern Matrimony; 45 3, 25, 1031| concern Matrimony; such as laws forbidding solemn marriage 46 3, 25, 1031| religion, and in general all laws that refer to any impediment 47 3, 25, 1033| Who has the right to make laws concerning the Sacrament 48 3, 25, 1033| alone has the right to make laws concerning the Sacrament 49 3, 25, 1033| also has the right to make laws concerning the civil effects 50 3, 25, 1034| 1035. What do we mean by laws concerning the civil effects 51 3, 25, 1034| marriage contract?~A. By laws concerning the civil effects 52 3, 25, 1034| marriage contract we mean laws with regard to the property 53 3, 25, 1034| persons are bound to obey the laws of their country when these 54 3, 25, 1034| their country when these laws are not opposed to the laws 55 3, 25, 1034| laws are not opposed to the laws of God.~ ~ ~ 56 3, 25, 1042| to make converts by its laws concerning mixed marriages?~ 57 3, 25, 1042| to make converts by its laws concerning mixed marriages, 58 3, 25, 1048| wife and comply with the laws of the Church.~ ~ ~ 59 3, 26, 1054| God wishes us to learn His laws by every possible means, 60 3, 26, 1061| depend entirely upon its laws.~ ~ ~ 61 3, 29, 1136| 1136. How many kinds of laws had the Jews before the 62 3, 29, 1136| Jews had three kinds of laws:~ ~ ~1. Civil laws, regulating 63 3, 29, 1136| kinds of laws:~ ~ ~1. Civil laws, regulating the affairs 64 3, 29, 1136| their nation; 2. Ceremonial laws, governing their worship 65 3, 29, 1136| in the temple; 3. Moral laws, guiding their religious 66 3, 29, 1137| 1137. To which of these laws did the Ten Commandments 67 3, 29, 1138| the civil and ceremonial laws of the Jews cease to exist?~ 68 3, 29, 1138| cease to exist?~A. The civil laws of the Jews ceased to exist 69 3, 29, 1139| were not also the moral laws of the Jews abolished when 70 3, 29, 1139| established?~A. The moral laws of the Jews could not be 71 3, 32, 1224| duty it is to enforce the laws. In religious matters bishops 72 3, 33, 1260| and in violation of His laws.~ ~ ~


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