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mortal
used in It Happened to Nancy

8 uses
  • I tried to look up "mortal sin" in both the dictionary and the encyclopedia, but they don't tell about it.
    p. 31.1
  • I think it's a mortal sin."
    p. 27.3
  • I wonder if Catholics are the only ones who have to pay the price for mortal sins.
    p. 31.2
  • The dictionary says under mortal, "Number six: causing death of the soul; said of sin; distinguished from venial."
    p. 31.3
  • Under venial, the dictionary says, "That which may be forgiven; pardonable; as a venial sin; in theology, opposed to mortal."
    p. 31.4
  • I remember Sister Theresa telling us the difference between mortal sin and venial.
    p. 31.5
  • If the dictionary says under mortal, "Causing death of the soul," is that what's happened to me?
    p. 31.6
  • Sister Martha answered, and I just blurted out that I'd been raped, but maybe I really hadn't—and I had to know if it was a mortal sin and my soul was dead.
    p. 32.2

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