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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 64 pages of information about Baltimore Catechism No. 2 (of 4).

363.  Q. Are we bound to honor and obey others than our parents?  A. We are also bound to honor and obey our bishops, pastors, magistrates, teachers, and other lawful superiors.

364.  Q. Have parents and superiors any duties towards those who are under their charge?  A. It is the duty of parents and superiors to take good care of all under their charge and give them proper direction and example.

365.  Q. What is forbidden by the fourth Commandment?  A. The fourth Commandment forbids all disobedience, contempt, and stubbornness towards our parents or lawful superiors.

366.  Q. What is the fifth Commandment?  A. The fifth Commandment is:  Thou shalt not kill.

367.  Q. What are we commanded by the fifth Commandment?  A. We are commanded by the fifth Commandment to live in peace and union with our neighbor, to respect his rights, to seek his spiritual and bodily welfare, and to take proper care of our own life and health.

368.  Q. What is forbidden by the fifth Commandment?  A. The fifth Commandment forbids all wilful murder, fighting, anger, hatred, revenge, and bad example.

369.  Q. What is the sixth Commandment?  A. The sixth Commandment is:  Thou shalt not commit adultery.

370.  Q. What are we commanded by the sixth Commandment?  A. We are commanded by the sixth Commandment to be pure in thought and modest in all our looks, words, and actions.

371.  Q. What is forbidden by the sixth Commandment?  A. The sixth commandment forbids all unchaste freedom with another’s wife or husband; also all immodesty with ourselves or others in looks, dress, words, or actions.

372.  Q. Does the sixth Commandment forbid the reading of bad and immodest books and newspapers?  A. The sixth Commandment does forbid the reading of bad and immodest books and newspapers.

LESSON THIRTY-FOURTH FROM THE SEVENTH TO THE END OF THE TENTH COMMANDMENT

373.  Q. What is the seventh Commandment?  A. The seventh Commandment is:  Thou shalt not steal.

374.  Q. What are we commanded by the seventh Commandment?  A. By the seventh Commandment we are commanded to give to all men what belongs to them and to respect their property.

375.  Q. What is forbidden by the seventh Commandment?  A. The seventh Commandment forbids all unjust taking or keeping what belongs to another.

376.  Q. Are we bound to restore ill-gotten goods?  A. We are bound to restore ill-gotten goods, or the value of them, as far as we are able; otherwise we cannot be forgiven.

377.  Q. Are we obliged to repair the damage we have unjustly caused?  A. We are bound to repair the damage we have unjustly caused.

378.  Q. What is the eighth Commandment?  A. The eighth Commandment is:  Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.

379.  Q. What are we commanded by the eighth Commandment?  A. We are commanded by the eighth Commandment to speak the truth in all things and to be careful of the honor and reputation of every one.

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