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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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   Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 32, 356 | which is kept holy in the New Law. ~ 2 3, 7, 323 | High Priest and King of the New Law, was anointed as man 3 3, 8, 398 | linen cloth and laid in a new sepulchre or tomb cut in 4 3, 11, 514 | old religion and found the new in which alone we can be 5 3, 12, 561 | the Church;~2. Because the New Testament or Christian part 6 3, 12, 567 | certain truths, thereby make new doctrines?~A. The Church, 7 3, 12, 567 | of faith, does not make new doctrines, but simply teaches 8 3, 15, 673 | Q. 674. May one add a new name to his own at Confirmation?~ 9 3, 15, 673 | One may and should add a new name to his own at Confirmation, 10 3, 24, 986 | the Church, and to elect a new Pope when the reigning Pope 11 3, 25, 1007| certain from passages in the New Testament and from the constant 12 3, 32, 1248| which is kept holy in the new law.~ ~ 13 3, 32, 1249| is meant by the Old and New Law?~A. The Old Law means 14 3, 32, 1249| religion given to the Jews; the New Law means the law or religion 15 3, 32, 1251| but that we must keep the New Law, which takes its place.~ ~


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