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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 8, 84 | 84. Q. What lessons do we learn from the sufferings and 2 2, 8, 84 | sufferings and death of Christ we learn the great evil of sin, the 3 2, 15, 174 | A. Persons of an age to learn should know the chief mysteries 4 2, 29, 322 | taught by neglecting to learn the Christian doctrine. ~ 5 3, 1, 143 | Q. 143. Can we learn all truths by our reason 6 3, 1, 143 | reason alone?~A. We can not learn all truths by our reason 7 3, 4, 209 | Q. 209. From what do we learn that God created heaven 8 3, 4, 209 | earth and all things?~A. We learn that God created heaven 9 3, 7, 338 | Q. 338. From what do we learn that Jesus Christ is but 10 3, 7, 338 | is but one person?~A. We learn that Jesus Christ is but 11 3, 7, 347 | from every misery -- might learn the great evil of sin and 12 3, 7, 358 | by Our Lord that we might learn a lesson from His great 13 3, 8, 380 | and from His sin we may learn that even the good may become 14 3, 8, 386 | forsaken Me?" from which we learn the suffering of His mind.~ 15 3, 8, 386 | I thirst," from which we learn the suffering of His body.~ 16 3, 8, 399 | 400. What lessons do we learn from the sufferings and 17 3, 8, 399 | sufferings and death of Christ we learn the great evil of sin, the 18 3, 11, 491 | duty of the faithful is to learn the revealed truths taught; 19 3, 15, 691 | A. Persons of an age to learn should know the chief mysteries 20 3, 23, 927 | Q. 928. From what may we learn that we are to offer up 21 3, 23, 927 | with the priest?~A. We may learn that we are to offer up 22 3, 23, 937 | 938. What lesson do we learn from the practice of using 23 3, 23, 937 | martyrs' tombs for altars we learn the inconvenience, sufferings 24 3, 23, 949 | Himself.~Hence we should learn the meaning of the ceremonies 25 3, 26, 1054| religion, which they may learn as well by their sight as 26 3, 26, 1054| hearing; for God wishes us to learn His laws by every possible 27 3, 26, 1055| truths of faith as children learn from pictures before they 28 3, 26, 1055| of Our Lord's passion may learn it from the Stations of 29 3, 30, 1165| taught by neglecting to learn the Christian doctrine.~ ~ 30 3, 30, 1166| societies through which we may learn. At all times, we have books 31 3, 30, 1166| ignorance if we neglect to learn our religion when He has 32 3, 30, 1167| Q. 1167. Should we learn the Christian doctrine merely 33 3, 30, 1167| our own sake?~A. We should learn the Christian doctrine not 34 3, 30, 1167| who may sincerely wish to learn from us the truths of our 35 3, 31, 1203| Saints, and where shall we learn their virtues?~A. We can 36 3, 31, 1203| their virtues, and we shall learn their virtues from the written 37 3, 37, 1377| will discover our sins and learn to fear the punishment they


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