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virgin 57
virginity 1
virtue 27
virtues 28
virtuous 1
visible 31
vision 1
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28 sake
28 times
28 understand
28 virtues
28 word
27 charity
27 different

Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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virtues

   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 10, 106 | Him, are called the Divine virtues of Faith, Hope, and Charity. ~ 2 2, 14, 163 | baptized may imitate his virtues and have him for a protector. ~ 3 2, 23, 251 | sanctifying grace and all virtues in our soul. To lessen 4 2, 31, 344 | that we may imitate their virtues. ~ ~ 5 2, 35, 391 | mysteries of religion and the virtues and rewards of the saints. ~ 6 3, 6, 317 | Q. 317. What virtues are opposed to the seven 7 3, 10, 461 | Him, are called the Divine virtues of Faith, Hope, and Charity.~ ~ 8 3, 10, 467 | Hope and Charity called virtues?~A. Faith, Hope and Charity 9 3, 10, 467 | Hope and Charity are called virtues because they are not mere 10 3, 10, 468 | Q. 469. What kind of virtues are Faith, Hope and Charity?~ 11 3, 10, 468 | called infused theological virtues to distinguish them from 12 3, 10, 468 | them from the four moral virtues -- Prudence, Justice, Fortitude 13 3, 10, 469 | say the three theological virtues are infused and the four 14 3, 10, 469 | infused and the four moral virtues acquired?~A. We say the 15 3, 10, 469 | say the three theological virtues are infused; that is, poured 16 3, 10, 469 | them, while the four moral virtues -- Prudence, Justice, Fortitude 17 3, 10, 469 | of God, may, as natural virtues, be acquired by our own 18 3, 14, 656 | baptized may imitate his virtues and have him for a protector.~ ~ 19 3, 15, 708 | to those who practice the virtues they recommend.~ ~ 20 3, 15, 710 | of the highest Christian virtues.~2. In different forms they 21 3, 22, 894 | sanctifying grace and all virtues in our soul.~3.To lessen 22 3, 25, 1044| lasting qualities and solid virtues in a life-long companion 23 3, 26, 1052| our minds on particular virtues and by helping us to understand 24 3, 31, 1203| where shall we learn their virtues?~A. We can best honor the 25 3, 31, 1203| saints by imitating their virtues, and we shall learn their 26 3, 31, 1203| and we shall learn their virtues from the written accounts 27 3, 31, 1216| that we may imitate their virtues.~ ~ 28 3, 35, 1332| mysteries of religion and the virtues and rewards of the saints.~ ~ ~


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