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37 learn
37 members
37 sanctifying

Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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guilty

   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 14, 153 | if the person baptized be guilty of any. ~ 2 2, 37, 414 | suffer for a time who die guilty of venial sins, or without 3 3, 6, 284 | sinful at the time we are guilty of it; and "full consent 4 3, 6, 288 | it wrong to judge others guilty of sin?~A. It is wrong to 5 3, 6, 288 | is wrong to judge others guilty of sin because we cannot 6 3, 6, 289 | reason believes another guilty of sin?~A. He who without 7 3, 6, 289 | reason believes another guilty of sin commits a sin of 8 3, 10, 459 | us as long as we are not guilty of mortal sin; and hence, 9 3, 10, 463 | but rather makes us more guilty by showing how often we 10 3, 12, 555 | Of what sin are persons guilty who put firm belief in religious 11 3, 12, 555 | forbidden or useless are guilty of the sin of superstition.~ ~ 12 3, 14, 626 | if the person baptized be guilty of any.~ ~ 13 3, 16, 738 | known to him by the persons guilty of them.~ ~ 14 3, 18, 809 | were publicly known to be guilty. Penitents were excluded 15 3, 18, 816 | sometimes even the good of the guilty one himself, require that 16 3, 24, 1003| part in such ceremonies are guilty of sin.~ ~ ~ ~ 17 3, 25, 1018| declare them in due time are guilty of sin~ ~ ~ 18 3, 25, 1042| converts hypocrites and guilty of greater sins, especially 19 3, 25, 1047| 1048. How may parents be guilty of great injustice to their 20 3, 25, 1047| marriage?~A. Parents may be guilty of great injustice to their 21 3, 30, 1171| make a person a heretic and guilty of mortal sin, because the 22 3, 30, 1171| offend in one point is become guilty of all."~ ~ 23 3, 30, 1172| traditions, so that no one can be guilty of the sin of heresy without 24 3, 30, 1184| Q. 1184. How may we be guilty of presumption?~A. We may 25 3, 30, 1184| presumption?~A. We may be guilty of presumption:~1. By putting 26 3, 30, 1186| Q. 1186. How may we be guilty of despair?~A. We may be 27 3, 30, 1186| of despair?~A. We may be guilty of despair by believing 28 3, 32, 1234| they shall not marry or be guilty of any immodest acts, and 29 3, 32, 1238| unlawful oath or vow. We are guilty of sin in taking such an 30 3, 32, 1238| such a vow, and we would be guilty of still greater sin by 31 3, 33, 1276| fairly tried and found guilty of a crime punishable by 32 3, 34, 1296| persons working for others be guilty of dishonesty?~A. Persons 33 3, 34, 1296| working for others may be guilty of dishonesty by idling 34 3, 34, 1297| other way may a person be guilty of dishonesty?~A. A person 35 3, 34, 1297| dishonesty?~A. A person may be guilty of dishonesty in getting 36 3, 34, 1311| judgment is believing a person guilty of sin without a sufficient 37 3, 37, 1381| suffer for a time who die guilty of venial sins, or without


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