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word 28
words 63
wore 1
work 24
working 3
workmen 5
works 80
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24 long
24 see
24 wife
24 work
24 year
23 5
23 altar

Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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work

   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 32, 358 | all unnecessary servile work and whatever else may hinder 2 3, 8, 386 | and the completion of the work of our redemption.~7. "Father, 3 3, 8, 416 | having accomplished the work of redemption, has transferred 4 3, 11, 490 | Church is to continue the work Our Lord began upon earth, 5 3, 11, 506 | because they continue the work of the Apostles and give 6 3, 11, 514 | His Church to continue the work.~3. To say that one religion 7 3, 18, 811 | the soul is a spiritual work, and whatever we do for 8 3, 18, 811 | for the body is a corporal work.~ ~ 9 3, 18, 817 | Q. 818. Why is it a work of mercy to pray for the 10 3, 18, 817 | and the dead?~A. It is a work of mercy to aid those who 11 3, 18, 822 | special rule. The chief work of the regular clergy is 12 3, 18, 823 | not fitted for the same work, and~2. Because they desire 13 3, 20, 862 | means that for the prayer or work to which an Indulgence of 14 3, 23, 949 | sacred character of the work in which he is the representative 15 3, 24, 986 | each having, its special work to perform. All these congregations 16 3, 24, 1002| which is to continue the work of the apostles must be 17 3, 32, 1244| circumstances, cannot give up work on holydays of obligation 18 3, 32, 1252| all unnecessary servile work and whatever else may hinder 19 3, 33, 1263| whose authority we live or work.~ ~ 20 3, 34, 1296| paid; also by doing bad work or supplying bad material 21 3, 35, 1336| one do who is obliged to work on a holyday of obligation?~ 22 3, 35, 1336| A. One who is obliged to work on a holyday of obligation 23 3, 35, 1336| hear Mass before going to work, and should also explain 24 3, 35, 1340| health, the nature of their work, or the circumstances in


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