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Baltimore Catechism (1891)

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     Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1501 3, 16, 734 | but for all who, having grievously sinned, after Baptism, should 1502 3, 6, 315 | best overcome our sins by guarding against our predominant 1503 3, 30, 1160| who, learning the past, or guessing at it, pretend to know also 1504 3, 5, 244 | place prepared for man's habitation upon earth. It was supplied 1505 3, 24, 980 | or the clipping of the hair by the bishop, by which 1506 3, Pray | Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom 1507 3, 23, 938 | small silver plate used in handling the host;~3. The pall or 1508 3, 8, 406 | are far more unlikely and harder to believe than the miracles 1509 3, 6, 314 | frequently and which we find it hardest to resist.~ ~ 1510 3, 14, 635 | our merit by bearing these hardships patiently.~ ~ 1511 3, 34, 1308| in a lie by the amount of harm it does and from the intention 1512 3, 8, 381 | the influence of those who hated Him, Christ was condemned 1513 3, 25, 1050| Sacrament with uncovered heads, and their dress must be 1514 3, 11, 514 | as to say we should not heal our bodily diseases because 1515 3, 37, 1397| eye hath not seen. nor ear heard, neither hath it entered 1516 3, 26, 1080| By it he instructed his hearers in the chief truths of our 1517 3, 25, 1039| Penance till the priest who hears their confession gets special 1518 3, 26, 1084| was mocked as a king by heartless men; 4. The Carriage of 1519 2, 28, 304 | lifting up of our minds and hearts to God to adore Him, to 1520 3, 14, 658 | virtue;~2. The names of heathen gods, and~3. Nick-names.~ ~ 1521 3, 26, 1087| but their spiritual and heavenly king.~ ~ ~ 1522 3, 26, 1052| particular virtues and by helping us to understand and desire 1523 3, 1, 141 | because in that state it is as helpless as a dead body, and can 1524 2, 28, 307 | With a sense of our own helplessness and dependence upon God; 1525 3, 5, 254 | God also ordained that henceforth the earth should yield no 1526 | hereafter 1527 3, 25, 1038| not be repeated before a heretical minister. Without these 1528 | herself 1529 3, 16, 745 | be asked for the next;~4. Hesitating over sins through pretended 1530 3, 15, 708 | called because each of them holds out a promised reward to 1531 3, 25, 1026| loss of the true idea of home and family followed by bad 1532 3, 11, 513 | in it, and be upright and honest in our lives.~ ~ 1533 3, 30, 1142| of our souls for wealth, honors, society, worldly pleasures, 1534 3, 7, 364 | wicked designs?~A. Herod hoped to accomplish his wicked 1535 3, 7, 346 | cruelty, immorality and horrid vices were common almost 1536 3, 26, 1077| garments in His path, singing: Hosanna to the Son of David.~ ~ 1537 3, 32, 1235| erect churches, convents, hospitals or schools.~ ~ 1538 3, 23, 943 | A. The Tabernacle is the house-shaped part of the altar where 1539 3, 18, 821 | prayer and good works. The houses in which they dwell are 1540 3, 23, 948 | or large silk cloak and a humeral or shoulder veil.~ ~ 1541 3, 12, 570 | were not established for hundreds of years after the Apostles, 1542 3, 26, 1064| themselves is to make a hurried motion with the hand which 1543 3, 19, 829 | to take place;~3. It is hurtful and must not be made when 1544 3, 30, 1159| the use of mesmerism or hypnotism, because it is liable to 1545 3, 25, 1042| rather make such converts hypocrites and guilty of greater sins, 1546 3, 13, 596 | is in a state of grace -- i.e., free from mortal sin. Living 1547 3, 25, 1026| 2. The loss of the true idea of home and family followed 1548 3, 34, 1296| guilty of dishonesty by idling the time for which they 1549 3, 29, 1131| in water intended for an idol and to be worshipped as 1550 3, 30, 1141| gods the commandment means idols or false gods, which the 1551 3, 30, 1166| God will not excuse our ignorance if we neglect to learn our 1552 3, 37, 1397| that love Him." (I. Cor. ii., 9.)~ ~ 1553 3, 25, 1023| commits a sacrilege and Iives in the sin of adultery. 1554 3, 26, 1074| They are used chiefly to illuminate and ornament our altars, 1555 3, 10, 480 | not upon our actions. To imagine we possess it would lead 1556 3, 26, 1092| The small scapular made in imitation of it, and consisting of 1557 3, 12, 517 | article bearing it from all imitations of the same article.~ ~ 1558 3, 14, 645 | in three ways, namely, by immersion or dipping, by aspersion 1559 3, 17, 774 | amusements, exhibitions, and all immoral resorts of any kind, whether 1560 3, 7, 346 | Idolatry, injustice, cruelty, immorality and horrid vices were common 1561 3, 14, 646 | mouth to signify the wisdom imparted by faith;~3. The holding 1562 3, 21, 868 | pleasing to God by the grace it imparts, and it gives us the best 1563 3, 8, 408 | things cannot shut it out;~4. Impassibility, by which it is made incapable 1564 3, 6, 303 | Anger begets in our souls impatience, hatred, irreverence, and 1565 3, 1, 148 | by which all animals are impelled to follow the laws and habits 1566 3, 18, 782 | who were almost without imperfection, went to confession frequently.~ ~ 1567 3, 25, 1039| penalty does the Church impose on Catholics who marry before 1568 3, 7, 326 | that the Christian religion imposes?~ ~ 1569 3, 21, 879 | the Apostles;~4. From the impossibility of denying the Real Presence 1570 3, 30, 1160| A. Fortune tellers are imposters who, learning the past, 1571 3, 30, 1162| belief we encourage these impostors to continue their wicked 1572 3, 15, 711 | in life when it cannot be improved by lawful means.~ ~ 1573 3, 30, 1147| we offer Him sacrifice, incense or prayer, solely for His 1574 3, 5, 263 | souls into sin. The body is inclined to rebel against the soul, 1575 3, 15, 713 | is every Christian virtue included under that name, and we 1576 3, 17, 762 | all eternity and are only increased at death.~ ~ 1577 3, 13, 594 | and when thus received it increases -- as the Sacraments of 1578 3, 14, 635 | afford us an opportunity of increasing our merit by bearing these 1579 3, 12, 543 | when we say the Church is indefectible, we mean that it will last 1580 3, 12, 540 | gave the Pope the complete independence necessary for the government 1581 3, 30, 1150| possesses knowledge or power independently of God, so that it may, 1582 3, 26, 1092| some particular devotion, indicated by the kind of scapular 1583 3, 4, 229 | light-bearer, a name which indicates great beauty. He was cast 1584 3, 30, 1184| for past sins; 3. By being indifferent about the number of times 1585 3, 12, 523 | they receive it directly or indirectly. Therefore, to disobey our 1586 3, 18, 816 | right to punish, though individuals should forgive the injuries 1587 3, 1, 139 | quality?~A. A spirit is also indivisible; that is, it can not be 1588 3, 33, 1287| them ourselves we should induce their owners to do so.~ ~ ~ 1589 3, 20, 865 | sold.~Rosaries and other indulgenced articles do not lose their 1590 2, 21, 233 | There are two kinds of Indulgences-Plenary and Partial. ~ 1591 3, 16, 721 | also those punishments we inflict upon ourselves as a means 1592 3, 8, 375 | By His knowledge of men's ingratitude for the blessings of redemption.~ ~ 1593 3, 29, 1129| neighbor and forbid us to injure him in body, soul, goods 1594 3, 7, 364 | called the feast of Holy Innocents.~ ~ 1595 3, 30, 1168| we should send those who inquire to the priest or to others 1596 3, 24, 958 | persons who have always been insane.~ ~ 1597 3, 12, 559 | worship; in its paintings and inscriptions on tombs and monuments; 1598 3, 23, 936 | is of wood this stone is inserted just in front of the Tabernacle. 1599 3, 23, 938 | or cloth for wiping the inside;~2. The paten or small silver 1600 3, 5, 269 | His Mother, even for an instant, in the power of the devil 1601 3, 31, 1206| Died, and also about the instruments of His Passion?~A. The relics 1602 3, 14, 629 | double guilt:~2.~3.(1) Of insulting God and of turning away 1603 3, 4, 232 | being an Angel, he is more intelligent, and he did not lose his 1604 3, 30, 1160| secret thoughts, actions or intentions of others.~ ~ 1605 3, 31, 1194| the Saints must have an interest in our welfare, because 1606 3, 15, 715 | have always been the most intimate friends of God.~ ~ 1607 3, 6, 305 | the excessive taking of intoxicating drink.~ ~ 1608 3, 25, 1044| sufficiently consider and investigate the character, habits and 1609 3, 15, 710 | Christian life, and they invite us to the practice of the 1610 3, 25, 1016| all arrangements before inviting their friends.~ ~ ~ 1611 3, 14, 668 | this ceremony the priest invokes God's blessing on the mother 1612 3, 17, 773 | those we can avoid; and~4. Involuntary occasions or those we cannot 1613 3, 32, 1241| here bad, irreverent or irreligious words.~ ~ 1614 3, 32, 1241| Profane words mean here bad, irreverent or irreligious words.~ ~ 1615 3, 9, 438 | Thaddeus, Simon, and Judas Iscariot, in whose place Mathias 1616 3, 23, 917 | probably from the words "Ite Missa est," used by the 1617 3, 31, 1210| given in the Bible, in the IV Book of Kings, where it 1618 3, 4, 218 | Joseph; also to Abraham, Lot, Jacob, Tobias and others.~ ~ 1619 3, 35, 1333| Circumcision of Our Lord (Jan. 1st);~4. Feast of the Ascension 1620 3, 26, 1088| put Christ to death to the jealously, hatred and ill-will of 1621 3, 26, 1084| nailed to the cross amid the jeers and blasphemies of His enemies.~ ~ 1622 3, 26, 1093| Blessed Virgin. When these are joined together and worn as one 1623 3, 32, 1220| bad or worldly sense, to joke in them or ridicule their 1624 3, 20, 845 | 1. The Indulgences of a jubilee which the Pope grants every 1625 3, 7, 320 | divine power by which God keeps us out of heaven or admits 1626 3, 33, 1267| is to see that they are kindly and fairly treated and provided 1627 3, 26, 1055| of the Cross, and one who kneels before a crucifix and looks 1628 2, 16, 180 | do we receive the gift of KnowIedge?~A. We receive the gift 1629 3, 23, 932 | before it are: The Introit, Kyrie, Gloria, Prayers, Epistle, 1630 3, 32, 1244| keep from servile or bodily labors when it can be done without 1631 3, 26, 1094| the life of Our Blessed Lady. They are:~1. The circumcision 1632 3, 5, 245 | surface of the earth that old landmarks were wiped out. It was probably 1633 3, 12, 565 | teaching in using different languages;~2. That all its rulers 1634 3, 5, 235 | been brought about in the lapse of time by other causes, 1635 3, 26, 1084| stripped of His garments and lashed in a cruel manner; 3. The 1636 3, 12, 543 | never teach error while it lasts; but when we say the Church 1637 3, 23, 947 | and distraction caused by late coming and too early leaving. 1638 3, 25, 1050| Sacrament, and that all laughing, talking, or irreverence 1639 3, 25, 1013| of God and nature. Every lawmaker can change or excuse from 1640 3, 32, 1222| oath is usually taken by laying the hand on the Bible or 1641 3, 6, 311 | is sloth?~A. Sloth is a laziness of the mind and body, through 1642 3, 15, 692 | understanding the commands of his leader, so one cannot be a good 1643 3, 23, 947 | leave it before the priest leaves the altar. Thus we prevent 1644 3, 25, 1032| by adoption, it is called legal affinity.~ ~ ~ 1645 3, 24, 963 | small piece of bread or lemon to purify the priest's fingers.~ ~ 1646 | let 1647 3, 24, 967 | from the responsibility of letting a Catholic die without the 1648 3, 30, 1159| hypnotism, because it is liable to sinful abuses, for it 1649 3, 25, 1044| qualities and solid virtues in a life-long companion and not to be 1650 3, 23, 948 | adoration of the people and is lifted up to bless them. The vestments 1651 3, 4, 229 | was called Lucifer, or light-bearer, a name which indicates 1652 3, 29, 1133| fire and smoke, thunder and lightning, from which God spoke to 1653 3, 15, 704 | to a few years and to a limited number of places.~ ~ 1654 3, 24, 957 | of death by another. In a lingering illness it may be repeated 1655 3, 17, 774 | The places are usually liquor saloons, low theaters, indecent 1656 3, 12, 558 | Sacred Scriptures means the list the Church has prepared 1657 3, 19, 833 | duties:~1. Of a judge, by listening to our self-accusations 1658 3, Pray | benefits, O Almighty God, who livest and reignest for ever; and 1659 3, 20, 865 | indulgences, when they are loaned or given away, for the indulgence 1660 3, 17, 762 | because its effects last the longest and have the most terrible 1661 3, 4, 218 | Joseph; also to Abraham, Lot, Jacob, Tobias and others.~ ~ 1662 3, 1, 151 | cannot love Him; and without loving Him we cannot be saved. 1663 3, 4, 220 | called Seraphim and the lowest simply Angels. The Archangels 1664 3, 4, 229 | or the devil, was called Lucifer, or light-bearer, a name 1665 3, 14, 663 | and, in particular, the maiden name, or name before her 1666 3, 35, 1338| other meatless meals, to maintain strength, according to each 1667 3, 31, 1196| greater respect for His majesty and sanctity, acknowledging, 1668 3, 24, 982 | and priesthood are called major or greater orders, because 1669 3, 9, 432 | sins committed out of pure malice, and greatly opposed to 1670 3, 12, 538 | to govern the states and manage the properties that have 1671 3, 7, 361 | which means appearance or manifestation, namely, of Our Saviour.~ ~ 1672 3, 8, 389 | religion, and God no longer manifested His presence in the Temple.~ ~ 1673 3, 23, 941 | signify chastity;~4. The Maniple or hanging vestment on the 1674 3, 8, 388 | Pharao, and a portion of the manna with which the Israelites 1675 3, 25, 1050| worldly vanity or social manners may require.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1676 3, 23, 952 | ceremonies is called the master of ceremonies. If the celebrant 1677 3, 23, 950 | authority, rulers, judges and masters, require certain acts of 1678 3, 24, 992 | also in our true piety and mastery over our sinful passions 1679 3, 30, 1170| religion; 8. Rationalists and Materialists, who believe only in material 1680 3, 9, 438 | Iscariot, in whose place Mathias was chosen.~ ~ 1681 3, 16, 721 | The word Penance has other meanings. It means also those punishments 1682 3, 25, 1041| bring with them the full measure of God's grace and blessing;~ 1683 3, 37, 1394| dwelling-place of the soul, the medium through which it received 1684 3, 15, 709 | times in the synagogues or meeting-houses but more frequently in the 1685 3, 32, 1246| Church; also attending the meetings of religious sodalities 1686 3, 31, 1214| saints, for, on Decoration or Memorial Day, patriotic citizens 1687 3, 30, 1159| and morals is the use of mesmerism or hypnotism, because it 1688 3, 11, 484 | thus give proof that the message came from God. Their chief 1689 3, 7, 323 | Christ" means the same as Messias, and signifies Anointed; 1690 3, 14, 645 | would be valid, only the method of infusion or pouring is 1691 3, 14, 645 | pouring. Although any of these methods would be valid, only the 1692 3, 13, 606 | sickness -- to be fasting from midnight.~ ~ 1693 3, 29, 1133| were given to Moses in the midst of fire and smoke, thunder 1694 3, 24, 980 | of the altar;~2. The four minor orders, Porter, Reader, 1695 3, 18, 808 | sin are sickness, poverty, misfortune, trial, affliction, etc., 1696 3, 17, 762 | terrible consequences. All the misfortunes of this world can last only 1697 3, 33, 1288| morals, or that willfully misrepresent Catholic doctrine and practice.~ ~ 1698 3, 18, 783 | even if the confessor by mistake should bid him go.~ ~ 1699 3, 13, 578 | and the Church cannot be mistaken in matters of faith.~ ~ 1700 3, 10, 471 | superstition, which is a misuse of religion, are opposed 1701 3, 26, 1084| Crowning with Thorns -- He was mocked as a king by heartless men; 1702 3, 8, 377 | was crowned with thorns in mockery because He had said He was 1703 3, 8, 384 | stood around blaspheming and mocking Him. By His death He proved 1704 3, 31, 1203| the Saints we shall find models for every age, condition 1705 3, 20, 863 | 864. Why did the Church moderate its severe penances?~A. 1706 3, 20, 863 | penances?~A. The Church moderated its severe penances, because 1707 3, 8, 369 | agony in the garden till the moment of His death.~ ~ 1708 3, 18, 821 | dwell are called convents or monasteries, and the societies in which 1709 3, 26, 1086| days, namely: the joyful on Mondays and Thursdays, the sorrowful 1710 3, 26, 1092| of the religious dress of monks, priests and sisters of 1711 3, 24, 985 | Pope, and Vicars Apostolic, Monsignori, and others having titles 1712 3, 22, 898 | ordinary child for nine months. Christ's dignity, being 1713 3, 12, 559 | inscriptions on tombs and monuments; in the lives of its Saints; 1714 3, 13, 580 | of the needy; Penance His mortified life; Extreme Unction His 1715 3, 26, 1064| themselves is to make a hurried motion with the hand which is in 1716 3, 3, 200 | that the earth is round and moving, though many do not understand 1717 3, 21, 886 | the Holy Eucharist is the multiplication of the presence of Our Lord' 1718 3, 21, 886 | while the body itself is not multiplied -- for there is but one 1719 3, 16, 745 | our sins or their number; multiplying the number of times a day 1720 3, 7, 326 | in the presence of great multitudes of people, among whom were 1721 3, 7, 364 | accomplish his wicked designs by murdering all the infants in and near 1722 3, 25, 1008| Sacrament of matrimony is the mutual consent of the persons, 1723 3, Pray | and of the Holy Ghost."~N.B. Any person of either sex 1724 3, 31, 1206| and relics of the thorns, nails, etc., used in the Passion 1725 3, 24, 963 | water; a tablespoon and a napkin or cloth, to be placed under 1726 3, 26, 1083| John the Baptist; 3. The Nativity, or birth, of Our Lord; 1727 3, 36, 1361| persons whose relationship is nearer than second cousins are 1728 3, 24, 965 | attendants, should be made as neat and clean as possible. Especially 1729 3, 22, 914 | personal appearance, especially neatness and cleanliness;~3. About 1730 3, 12, 519 | because the three attributes necessarily come with the marks and 1731 3, 23, 941 | long vestment about the neck, to signify immortality;~ 1732 3, 13, 580 | Eucharist His care of the needy; Penance His mortified life; 1733 3, 7, 362 | influence of Christ -- the new-born King -- would deprive him 1734 3, 15, 682 | the old oils and use the newly blessed oils for the coming 1735 3, 9, 437 | Gospel" means good tidings or news. Hence the name "Gospel" 1736 3, 14, 658 | of heathen gods, and~3. Nick-names.~ ~ 1737 3, 32, 1247| should avoid any vulgar, noisy or disgraceful amusements 1738 3, 24, 962 | The eyes, the ears, the nose or nostrils, the lips, the 1739 3, 24, 962 | eyes, the ears, the nose or nostrils, the lips, the hands and 1740 3, 14, 658 | baptism:~1. The names of noted unbelievers, heretics or 1741 3, 13, 585 | nourish; the Holy Eucharist nourishes the soul.~ ~ 1742 3, 35, 1333| 6. Feast of All Saints (Nov. 1st).~ ~ ~ 1743 3, 25, 1025| their first marriage was null; that is, no marriage on 1744 3, 3, 191 | in every respect. These numbers are used to mark the distinction 1745 3, 29, 1129| commandments refer to God and oblige us to worship Him alone, 1746 3, 35, 1325| bound under pain of sin to observe them.~ ~ ~ 1747 3, 24, 994 | following it by placing obstacles in their way, and, worst 1748 3, 20, 839 | concession. An indulgence obtains by a very slight penance 1749 3, 35, 1339| age, and whose health and occupation will permit them to fast.~ 1750 3, 32, 1247| especially to those who are occupied during the week, for God 1751 3, 37, 1394| because they were created to occupy a place in heaven.~ ~ 1752 3, 26, 1082| order in which these events occurred in the life of Our Lord, 1753 1, 5, 57 | great importance it is an offence committed with out sufficient 1754 3, 16, 721 | our sins because they were offensive to God.~ ~ 1755 3, 23, 931 | Offertory, at which the priests offers to God the bread and wine 1756 3, 12, 533 | speaking from the seat or official place held by St. Peter 1757 3, 8, 411 | though He may have appeared oftener.~ ~ 1758 3, 15, 681 | these oils; for they are all olive oil, but in the Holy Chrism, 1759 3, 8, 414 | ascended into heaven from Mount Olivet, the place made sacred by 1760 3, 30, 1181| not commanded may often be omitted without any denial of faith.~ ~ 1761 3, 7, 353 | concerning His glory and omitting those concerning His suffering, 1762 3, 26, 1079| are of five decades, or one-third of the whole Rosary.~ ~ 1763 3, 31, 1208| sealed packets, that must be opened only by the bishop of the 1764 3, 22, 914 | About raising our head, opening our mouth and putting forth 1765 3, 23, 927 | to the people and says: "Orate Fratres," etc., which means: " 1766 3, 11, 506 | consecrating bishops and ordaining priests.~ ~ 1767 3, 16, 728 | every priest receives at his ordination, and~2. The right to use 1768 3, 36, 1357| of the Church and clergy originate?~A. The duty of contributing 1769 3, 36, 1357| of the Church and clergy originated in the Old Law, when God 1770 3, 26, 1074| chiefly to illuminate and ornament our altars, as a mark of 1771 3, 34, 1300| demanding compensation from the owner for what we paid for the 1772 3, 31, 1208| sent, and each relic or packet must be accompanied by a 1773 3, 31, 1208| relics are sent in sealed packets, that must be opened only 1774 3, 26, 1056| Cross in memory of Christ's painful journey during His passion, 1775 3, 23, 938 | handling the host;~3. The pall or white card used for covering 1776 3, 32, 1246| reading of religious books or papers, teaching Catechism, bringing 1777 3, 9, 421 | also the Holy Spirit, the Paraclete, the Spirit of Truth and 1778 3, 18, 815 | patiently and who not only pardoned but prayed for those who 1779 3, 8, 386 | in Paradise," in which He pardons the penitent sinner.~3. " 1780 3, 7, 359 | Mary, who was Christ's real parent?~A. In giving the ancestors 1781 3, 21, 882 | glorified state, and as it partakes of the character of a spiritual 1782 3, 23, 939 | Consecration to the large particle of bread used by the priest, 1783 3, 23, 939 | priest, though the small particles given to the people are 1784 3, 16, 728 | to hear confessions and pass judgment on the sins.~ ~ 1785 3, 24, 990 | symbol of the fullness of pastoral power, and reminds the wearer 1786 3, 23, 938 | wiping the inside;~2. The paten or small silver plate used 1787 3, 26, 1077| their own garments in His path, singing: Hosanna to the 1788 3, 31, 1214| Decoration or Memorial Day, patriotic citizens place flowers, 1789 3, 14, 657 | name we bear is called our patron saint -- to whom we should 1790 3, 19, 826 | obligations with regard to the payment of debts, restitution, injuries 1791 3, 30, 1160| reveal it to anyone who pays for the knowledge. They 1792 1, 8 | them understand better. Pen'te-cost, the fiftieth day 1793 3, 20, 839 | penance the remission of penalties that would otherwise be 1794 3, 12, 541 | government of the Church "Peter's pence." It derives its name from 1795 3, 18, 809 | publicly known to be guilty. Penitents were excluded for a certain 1796 3, 12, 541 | custom of sending yearly a penny from every house to the 1797 3, 5, 261 | the clear knowledge, quick perception and retentive memory that 1798 3, 37, 1382| it is not, therefore, a permanent or lasting state for the 1799 3, 31, 1210| frequently honored relics by permitting miracles to be wrought through 1800 3, 9, 440 | A. While on his way to persecute the Christians St. Paul 1801 3, 13, 603 | overcome the temptation and persevere in a state of grace. The 1802 3, 3, 187 | mean?~A. "Divine" means pertaining to God, and "distinct" means 1803 3, 6, 301 | distaste for holy things, a perverted conscience, a hatred for 1804 3, 25, 1042| their faith and becoming perverts by constant company with 1805 3, 8, 388 | into a serpent before King Pharao, and a portion of the manna 1806 3, 26, 1088| of their priests and the Pharisees, whose faults He rebuked 1807 3, 9, 438 | Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, 1808 3, 31, 1212| to carve statues or make photographs or paintings of relatives 1809 3, 19, 833 | instructions, and~4. Of a physician, by discovering the afflictions 1810 3, 26, 1092| consisting of two small pieces of cloth fastened together 1811 3, 26, 1055| looks on the bleeding head, pierced hands and wounded side, 1812 3, 32, 1235| received. They have promised pilgrimages, good works or alms and 1813 3, 26, 1084| 2. The Scourging at the Pillar -- Christ was stripped of 1814 3, 21, 877 | water into blood during the plagues of Egypt.~2. Christ changed 1815 3, 5, 244 | supplied with every species of plant and animal and with everything 1816 3, 3, 200 | All believe that a seed planted in the ground will produce 1817 3, 4, 215 | exist, grow and live, as plants and trees;~3. Things that 1818 3, 23, 938 | The paten or small silver plate used in handling the host;~ 1819 3, 25, 1044| with characteristics that please only for a time.~ ~ ~ 1820 3, 30, 1149| the manner He directs and pleases.~ ~ 1821 3, 30, 1172| The Church very clearly points out what truths are articles 1822 3, 17, 753 | as one hates and avoids a poison that almost caused his death. 1823 3, 8, 371 | blood came forth from every pore of His body, during His 1824 3, 24, 980 | The four minor orders, Porter, Reader, Exorcist, and Acolyte, 1825 3, 15, 704 | intelligence and power which he possessed as an angel. Moreover, his 1826 3, 33, 1262| over us and our temporal possessions or affairs.~ ~ 1827 3, 16, 726 | Sacrament. He sometimes postpones the absolution till the 1828 3, 18, 815 | who not only pardoned but prayed for those who injured Him.~ ~ 1829 3, 9, 428 | divine authority of the preaching and teaching of the Apostles, 1830 3, 1, 159 | the religious writings and preachings that have been sanctioned 1831 3, 22, 911 | which desire we make all preparations and thanksgivings that we 1832 3, 26, 1083| birth, of Our Lord; 4. The Presentation of the Child Jesus in the 1833 3, 15, 709 | doing good by His Words presented itself. He preached at times 1834 3, 34, 1307| swearing is called perjury. Pretense, hypocrisy, false praise, 1835 3, 34, 1297| money or goods by false pretenses and by using either for 1836 3, 25, 1047| persons they dislike or preventing them from marrying the persons 1837 3, 24, 992 | named a vocation to the priestly or religious life. We can 1838 3, 25, 1017| marriage published at the principal Mass in their parish for 1839 2, 23, 257 | been changed in the 1977 printing to bring it up to date with 1840 2, 8, 87 | to the souls who were in prison-that is, to announce to them 1841 3, 5, 255 | through the years of our probation or trial upon earth we were 1842 3, 3, 191 | the order in which the one proceeded from the other.~ ~ 1843 3, 12, 530 | such as, we define, we proclaim, etc., that he intends to 1844 3, 12, 567 | by defining, that is, by proclaiming certain truths, articles 1845 3, 36, 1363| degree of relationship and procure a dispensation if necessary.~ ~ ~ 1846 3, 6, 310 | charity for our neighbor and produces a spirit of detraction, 1847 3, 11, 509 | believes the religion he professes and practices to be the 1848 3, 13, 580 | them. Baptism recalls His profound humility; Confirmation His 1849 3, 6, 285 | without thinking of the prohibition, would be a material sin.~ 1850 3, 14, 639 | conditionally; that is, before pronouncing the words of baptism, you 1851 3, 21, 879 | done; for we have stronger proofs for the Holy Eucharist than 1852 3, 25, 1009| salvation of their souls;~2. To propagate or keep up the existence 1853 3, 12, 538 | the states and manage the properties that have rightfully come 1854 3, 7, 352 | concerning the Redeemer in the prophetic books of the Bible or Holy 1855 3, 12, 552 | and every article of faith proposed by the Church.~ ~ 1856 3, 4, 221 | Archangel Raphael guided and protected Tobias.~ ~ 1857 3, 37, 1388| manner in which He preserves, provides for, rules and governs the 1858 3, 24, 984 | number of dioceses or a province;~4. Primates, who have authority 1859 3, 24, 984 | ecclesiastical or Church provinces of a nation;~5. Patriarchs, 1860 3, 31, 1208| document or written paper proving its genuineness. 3. The 1861 3, 14, 661 | then said to be sponsor by proxy and becomes the real godparent 1862 3, 24, 993 | seeking the advice of holy and prudent persons and above all of 1863 3, 33, 1276| found guilty of a crime punishable by death when the preservation 1864 3, 37, 1382| because in it the souls are purged or purified from all their 1865 3, 23, 938 | during Mass are:~1. The purificator or cloth for wiping the 1866 3, 24, 963 | piece of bread or lemon to purify the priest's fingers.~ ~ 1867 3, 16, 746 | 1. It causes disorder, quarreling and scandalous conduct in 1868 3, 15, 716 | peacemaker to avoid and prevent quarrels, reconcile enemies, and 1869 3, 26, 1085| entering heaven she was made queen of all the Angels and Saints 1870 3, 19, 830 | of the confessor without questioning the reason or utility of 1871 3, 5, 261 | not the clear knowledge, quick perception and retentive 1872 3, 22, 914 | and cleanliness;~3. About raising our head, opening our mouth 1873 3, 4, 221 | Mother of God. The Archangel Raphael guided and protected Tobias.~ ~ 1874 3, 8, 408 | moves from place to place as rapidly as an angel;~3. Subtility, 1875 3, 23, 933 | part of the Mass, and is rarely and but slightly changed 1876 3, 30, 1170| join a false religion; 8. Rationalists and Materialists, who believe 1877 3, 24, 980 | four minor orders, Porter, Reader, Exorcist, and Acolyte, 1878 3, 22, 911 | to receive Communion in reality, by which desire we make 1879 3, 4, 229 | because through pride he rebelled against God.~ ~ 1880 3, 26, 1088| Pharisees, whose faults He rebuked and whose hypocrisy He exposed. 1881 3, 26, 1052| excite good thoughts by recalling to our minds some special 1882 3, 13, 580 | receive through them. Baptism recalls His profound humility; Confirmation 1883 3, 11, 502 | acted and have~always been recognized as the head of the Church.~ ~ 1884 3, 15, 708 | practice the virtues they recommend.~ ~ 1885 3, 15, 716 | avoid and prevent quarrels, reconcile enemies, and to put an end 1886 3, 7, 359 | of women were not usually recorded by the Jews; and~2. Because 1887 3, 24, 957 | given as often as a person recovering from one attack of sickness 1888 3, 24, 959 | of God with regard to our recovery;~2. A state of grace or 1889 3, 32, 1247| hearing Mass we may take such recreation as is necessary or useful 1890 3, 10, 473 | because he is a child of God, redeemed by Jesus Christ, and because 1891 3, 15, 687 | only Faith that can truly reform and preserve public and 1892 3, 12, 528 | who say the Church needed reformation in faith or morals accuse 1893 3, 13, 579 | shall be given, and one who refuses to make use of the Sacraments 1894 3, 22, 899 | used by all, and lastly, to refute those who denied that Our 1895 3, 8, 392 | moral" laws we mean laws regarding good and evil. By "ceremonial" 1896 3, 1, 142 | thus acquire knowledge and regulate his actions.~ ~ 1897 3, 18, 810 | their kind and duration were regulated by the Canons or laws of 1898 3, Pray | Almighty God, who livest and reignest for ever; and may the souls 1899 3, 24, 986 | elect a new Pope when the reigning Pope dies. They are divided 1900 3, 10, 477 | we thereby insult Him and reject His gifts without which 1901 3, 30, 1170| 7. Apostates, who have rejected the true religion, in which 1902 3, 24, 957 | slightly recovers and again relapses into a dangerous condition.~ ~ 1903 3, 25, 1005| of God and of the Church relating to marriage. To marry unlawfully 1904 3, 7, 360 | they mean only His near relations. His Blessed Mother Mary 1905 3, 14, 628 | purgatory in the next remit the remainder of the temporal punishment.~ ~ 1906 3, 12, 535 | and many of them have been remarkable for their zeal, prudence, 1907 3, 19, 833 | our soul and giving us the remedies to restore it to spiritual 1908 3, 21, 891 | and blood; and do it in remembrance of~Me.~ 1909 3, 17, 773 | which we always fall;~2. Remote occasions, through which 1910 3, 9, 442 | desires that were to be removed at the coming of the Holy 1911 3, 16, 731 | hour of death the Church removes these restrictions in order 1912 3, 21, 868 | is so called because it renders us most pleasing to God 1913 3, 14, 646 | profession of faith and renouncement of the devil to signify 1914 3, 34, 1293| with the intention of never repaying are equivalent to stealing.~ ~ 1915 3, 18, 798 | confession must, besides repeating all the sins he has committed 1916 3, 20, 841 | obtaining for us the grace to repent and sometimes temporal blessings. 1917 3, 15, 716 | to put an end to all evil reports of others or evil speaking 1918 3, 26, 1095| seven medals, each bearing a representation of one of the seven dolors, 1919 3, 23, 949 | work in which he is the representative of Our Lord Himself.~Hence 1920 3, 24, 998 | 1. Because they are the representatives of Christ upon earth, and~ 1921 3, 20, 847 | into lighter penances. The request was frequently granted and 1922 3, 31, 1209| be certain that all the requirements of the Church concerning 1923 3, 24, 975 | an earnest effort to be resigned to God's Holy Will, to excite 1924 3, 23, 941 | the shoulders to signify resistance to temptation;~2. The Alb, 1925 3, 16, 741 | for strength to keep our resolutions.~ ~ 1926 3, 17, 774 | exhibitions, and all immoral resorts of any kind, whether we 1927 3, 15, 696 | themselves the same duties and responsibilities. They also contract a spiritual 1928 3, 24, 967 | free ourselves from the responsibility of letting a Catholic die 1929 3, 30, 1156| things we may make ourselves responsible for the bad dreams.~ ~ 1930 3, 19, 826 | to the payment of debts, restitution, injuries done to others 1931 3, 25, 1015| on account of this tax be restrained from asking for dispensations 1932 3, 35, 1347| inclinations. Mortifying them means restraining them and overcoming them 1933 3, 5, 261 | knowledge, quick perception and retentive memory that Adam had before 1934 3, 8, 416 | Church to His Apostles and returned in His body to heaven.~ 1935 3, 22, 901 | morning if possible, without returning to confession. It is not 1936 3, 14, 668 | child, while she on her part returns thanks to God~.~ ~ 1937 3, 34, 1311| injuring him. Detraction is revealing the sins of another without 1938 3, 37, 1386| everyone be punished or rewarded according to what he deserves.~ ~ ~ 1939 3, 5, 239 | s body was formed from a rib taken from Adam's side during 1940 3, 15, 711 | in spirit" all persons, rich or poor, who would not offend 1941 3, 32, 1220| sense, to joke in them or ridicule their sacred meaning, or 1942 3, 30, 1155| because they are often ridiculous, unreasonable, or wicked, 1943 3, 12, 538 | the properties that have rightfully come into the possession 1944 3, 26, 1072| blessings is found in the Roman Ritual -- the book containing prayers 1945 3, 5, 245 | in Asia, not far from the river Euphrates.~ ~ 1946 3, 13, 599 | person consecrated to God; by robbing or destroying a Church; 1947 3, 8, 398 | sepulchre or tomb cut in a rock, by Joseph of Arimathea 1948 3, 8, 388 | Commandments of God, the rod which Aaron changed into 1949 3, 24, 981 | Sacrament of Holy Orders; as the roots, trunk and branches form 1950 3, 3, 200 | believe that the earth is round and moving, though many 1951 3, 7, 357 | was the City of David, the royal ancestor of Mary and Joseph, 1952 3, 26, 1058| example of Our Lord, who rubbed clay on the eyes of the 1953 3, 24, 956 | Unction means an anointing or rubbing with oil, and because Catholics 1954 3, 11, 504 | a Church at Antioch and ruled over it for several years.~ ~ 1955 3, 12, 538 | as a temporal or ordinary ruler to govern the states and 1956 3, 18, 790 | the Church makes our theft sacrilegious. Again, impure actions are 1957 3, 25, 1040| the Church or even in the sacristy. On the other hand, the 1958 3, 33, 1276| In a just war, when the safety or rights of the nation 1959 3, 17, 774 | places are usually liquor saloons, low theaters, indecent 1960 3, 14, 646 | worthiness;~2. The placing of salt in the mouth to signify 1961 2, 24, 266 | offering and the priest are the same-Christ our Blessed Lord; and the 1962 1, 8 | spread by word of mouth. Sanc'ti-fy, to make holy. Strength' 1963 3, 25, 1045| of the Sacrament and the sanctification of the husband and wife 1964 3, 25, 1040| the coldness with which it sanctions them, prohibiting all religious 1965 3, 26, 1086| Sundays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.~ ~ 1966 3, 9, 440 | him. St. Paul was called Saul before his conversion.~ ~ 1967 3, 5, 254 | friends, should become his savage enemies.~ ~ 1968 3, 30, 1170| the articles of faith; 6. Schismatics, who have been baptized 1969 3, 12, 522 | and teachers over their scholars.~ ~ 1970 3, 5, 241 | animal if God so willed; but science does not prove that man' 1971 3, 19, 829 | be made when persons are scrupulous.~ ~ 1972 3, 15, 709 | in the open air -- by the seashore or on the mountain, and 1973 3, 35, 1343| apart in each of the four seasons of the year as special days 1974 3, 29, 1129| will do if we love Him; secondly, the last seven of the ten 1975 3, 16, 738 | sins are usually committed secretly, the priest could never 1976 3, 16, 723 | whom we can confide our secrets with the hope of obtaining 1977 3, 18, 822 | distinguish them from the secular clergy who live in their 1978 3, 26, 1090| and loved her, would have secured some relic had her body 1979 3, 25, 1009| wife to aid each other in securing the salvation of their souls;~ 1980 3, 3, 200 | understand it. All believe that a seed planted in the ground will 1981 3, 3, 200 | more than a thousand other seeds equal to itself, though 1982 3, 37, 1396| happiness in heaven consists in seeing the beauty of God, in knowing 1983 3, 12, 536 | Christians or others unlawfully seized and claimed the papal power 1984 3, 9, 432 | God, and are, therefore, seldom forgiven.~ ~ 1985 3, 14, 666 | virtue of the sponsors, selecting model Catholics to whom 1986 3, 33, 1274| also wrong to expose one's self unnecessarily to the danger 1987 3, 19, 833 | judge, by listening to our self-accusations and passing sentence upon 1988 3, 33, 1276| be lawfully taken:~1. In self-defense, when we are unjustly attacked 1989 3, 18, 821 | religious?~A. Religious are self-sacrificing men and women who, wishing 1990 3, 19, 830 | our confessions;~2. To be self-willed in deciding what is sinful 1991 2, 19, 211 | humble, when we accuse our selves of our sins, with a deep 1992 3, 24, 986 | of the Supreme Council or Senate of the Church. Their duties 1993 3, 12, 541 | from the early custom of sending yearly a penny from every 1994 3, 25, 1024| it is called, for though separated they are still husband and 1995 3, 21, 871 | wine, which signifies the separation of Our Lord's blood from 1996 3, 4, 220 | The highest are called Seraphim and the lowest simply Angels. 1997 3, 15, 708 | a portion of Our Lord's Sermon on the Mount, and they are 1998 3, 30, 1166| to our age; later we have sermons, missions, retreats, religious 1999 3, 23, 950 | reverence and respect at the services held in His honor and in 2000 3, 24, 986 | which the whole number is seventy.~ ~


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