« ΠροηγούμενηΣυνέχεια »
THE SEVEN GIFTS OF THE HOLY GHOST.
THE FIVE PRECEPTS OF THE CHURCH. 1. To hear public service of Sundays, and all holidays of obligation.
2. To fast and abstain on the days commanded.
3. To confess our sins.
4. To receive the blessed Eucharist.
5. To contribute to the support of the Church.
THE FOUR APOSTOLIC ORDINANCES.
3. Holy Orders.
THE THREE THEOLOGICAL VIRTUES.
Faith, Hope, and Charity.
THE FOUR CARDINAL VIRTUES. Prudence, Justice, Fortitude, and Temperance.
THE SEVEN GIFTS OF THE HOLY GHOST. Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel, Fortitude, Knowledge, Piety, and the fear of the Lord.
SAYINGS OF OUR SAVIOUR ON THE CROSS.
THE TWELVE FRUITS OF THE HOL GHOST.
Charity, Patience, Mildness, Modesty, Joy Forbearance, Fidelity, Moderation, Peace Goodness, Kindness, and Chastity.
THE SPIRITUAL WORKS OF MERCY. To give counsel to the doubtful - To instruc the ignorant.
To admonish sinners-To comfort the afflicted To forgive offences-To bear patiently th troublesome.
To pray for the living and the dead.
THE CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY. To feed the hungry-To give drink to the thirsty.
To clothe the naked-To shelter the houseless To visit the sick-To protect the innocent, and To bury the dead.
THE FOUR SAYINGS OF OUR SAVIOUR ON THE CROSS.
1. Father, forgive them, for they know no what they do.
2. To the penitent: This day shalt thou be with me in Paradise.
3. To his mother: Woman beho And to his disciple: Behold thy moth 4. Into thy hands, O Lord, I co spirit.
THE EIGHT BEATITUDE 1. Blessed are the poor in spirit; f the kingdom of heaven.
2. Blessed are the meek; for the tain the land.
3. Blessed are they that mourn; shall be comforted.
4. Blessed are they that hunger after justice; for they shall be filled.
5. Blessed are the merciful; for obtain mercy.
6. Blessed are the pure in heart; shall see God.
7. Blessed are the peacemakers; for be called the children of God.
8. Blessed are they that suffer perse justice' sake; for theirs is the kingdom c
THE SEVEN COMMON SINS, ETC.
3. To is nother: Woman behold thy son. And to his disciple: Beroid thy mother. mto by janus, J Lord, I commend my
THE EIGHT BEATITUDES.
1. Blessed are the poor in spirit; for theirs is the kingdom of "heaven.
Blessed are the meek; for they shall obain be and.
3. Blessed are they that mourn; for they shail be comforted.
Blessed are they that hunger and thirst after justice: for they shall be filled.
5. Blessed are the merciful; for they shall obtain nerey.
6. Blessed are the pure in heart; for they shall see God.
7. Blessed are the peacemakers; for they shall be called the children of God.
8. Blessed are they that suffer persecution for justice' sake; for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
THE SEVEN COMMON SINS AND THE
Gluttony, Envy, Sloth,
SEARSARIAN OR CHRISTIAN ARTICLES.
NINE WAYS OF BEING ACCESSORY T ANOTHER'S SIN.
By counsel - By consent
By command By provocation-By praise or flattery - E concealment - By partaking — By silence-B defence of ill done.
THREE EMINENT GOOD WORKS. Mercy, Prayer, and Kindness.
FOUR LAST THINGS TO BE REMEMBERED Death, Judgment, Punishment, and Heaven.
SEARSARIAN OR CHRISTIAN ARTICLES 1. THERE is but one living, true, and A
mighty God. The great Spirit of the Un verse-Supreme and everlasting—without body parts, or passions - The Creator and Preserve of all things, visible and invisible; and from th Godhead there are three beings in union: Th Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
2. The Father (4óyos) in the beginning, move upon the face of the waters, made this world an every living thing upon it, and formed man afte his own image.
3. The Son (Zwn) proceeding from the Fa ther, by the will of the Father took man's na ture, whereof is Christ, who suffered, was cruc
each, to thy honor and glory, without will, wish, or desire, but those solely of pleasing thee, loving thee, living for thee, and dying for thee. I am thine, O Christ; make me so, entirely, and eternally. Above all, take my heart and fill it with thy love. Amen.
Forms of Prayer,
MORNING PRAYER. f The master or mistress having called together as many of the family as can conveniently
be present, let one of them, or any other whom they shall think proper, say as follows,
all kneeling: OUR Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be
thy Name; Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven ; Give us this day our daily bread; And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us; And lead us not into temptation ; But deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever. Amen.
O HOLY and Heavenly Father, in whom we
move and have our being; we, thy needy creatures, render thee our humble praises, for thy preservation of us from the beginning of our lives to this day, and especially for having delivered us from the dangers of the past night. To thy watchful providence we owe it, that we brought in safety to the beginning of this day. For these thy mercies, we bless and magnify thy glorious name; humbly beseeching thee to