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789

and the witness of the baptized, 2044,

2472

Eve

consequences of the disobedience of

Adam and, 399, 404, 417

God’s promise to, 489

Mary as the “new Eve,” 411, 489, 726,

2618, 2853

original state of Adam and, 375

reparation for Eve’s disobedience, 494

Events

celebration of the Advent liturgy, 524

coming of Christ, 122 (

see also

Advent;

Consummation; Expectation)

coming of the Kingdom, 560, 570, 1720,

2632, 2660, 2817, 2857

history of salvation and events reread,

1095

second coming, 2612

See also

History

Evil

aids to avoiding, 1806, 1889, 1950,

1962, 2527

attack of evil after the first sin, 401,

1707

choice between good and, 1732‑33

Christ frees man from, 549, 1505

Christian faith as a response to, 309, 385

in the doctrines of Dualism and

Manichaeism, 285

God’s power to bring good from the

consequences of, 312‑13, 412

God’s reign still under attack by, 671

God’s victory over, 272, 410, 677

ignorance and imputability of evil

committed, 1791, 1793, 1860

immorality of doing evil for the sake of

obtaining the good, 1789

Last Judgment for those who have

committed, 1039

leading another to, 1869, 2284

moral, 311‑12

and morality of human actions, 1749‑56

not wishing evil on one’s neighbor,

2303, 2539

original sin as the origin of, 403, 407,

1607, 1707

physical, 310

prayer of delivery from, 2846, 2850‑54

(

see also

“Our Father,” the prayer)

providence and the scandal of, 309‑14

question of the origin of, 385

reason and the discernment of good

and, 1954

in the religious behavior of men, 844

repetition of evil and its consequences,

1865

resurrection of judgment, 998

sin as the gravest, 1488

turning away from, 1427, 1431, 1706,

1776

universality of evil in the history of

man, 401

See also

Good

Evil one

control over man, 409, 1707

exorcisms as protection against the

power of, 1673

See also

Demon

Examination of conscience

for receiving the sacraments, 1385,

1454, 1456, 1482, 1779

as a way to conversion, 1427‑29, 1435

See also

Penance; Penance and

Reconciliation

Example

of the apostles, 76

bad example on the part of the

Christian faithful and its

consequences, 29, 1792

of bishops for sanctifying the Church,

893‑94

good example as the duty of

Christians, 2188, 2472

of Jesus to be imitated, 83, 520, 564,

618, 1011, 1351, 1694, 2470, 2722,

2862

parents as an example for their

children, 1632, 1656, 2223

of the saints, 1173, 1195, 1697, 2683

Exclusion

from communion with God, 1445

God’s love excludes no one, 605

Hell as man’s self‑exclusion, 1033

sin as exclusion from God’s kingdom,

1861

Excommunication

as a penalty that impedes reception of

the sacraments, 1463