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  • Anyone who picks up their dead bodies must wash his clothing and will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 11, 28)

  • Anyone who touches them when they are dead will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 11, 31)

  • Anything on which the dead body of any of these creatures falls becomes unclean: wooden utensil, clothing, skin, sackcloth - any utensil at all. It must be dipped in water and will remain unclean until evening: then it will be clean. (Leviticus 11, 32)

  • If one of the animals that you use as food dies, then anyone who touches the dead body will be unclean until evening; (Leviticus 11, 39)

  • anyone who eats the meat of the dead animal must wash his clothing and will be unclean until the evening. And anyone who picks up the dead body will also be unclean until the evening and has to wash his clothing. (Leviticus 11, 40)

  • Anyone who enters the house while it is closed will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 14, 46)

  • Anyone who touches his bed must wash his clothing and take a bath and will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 15, 5)

  • Anyone who sits on a seat where the man has sat must wash his clothing and take a bath and will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 15, 6)

  • Anyone who touches the body of a man so affected must wash his clothing and take a bath and will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 15, 7)

  • If the sick man spits on someone who is clean, that person must wash his clothing and take a bath and will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 15, 8)

  • All those who touch any object that may be under him will be unclean until evening. Anyone who picks up such an object must wash his clothing and take a bath and will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 15, 10)

  • All those whom the sick man touches without washing his hands must wash their clothing and take a bath and will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 15, 11)


“Quando ofendemos a justiça de Deus, apelamos à Sua misericórdia. Mas se ofendemos a Sua misericórdia, a quem podemos apelar? Ofender o Pai que nos ama e insultar quem nos auxilia é um pecado pelo qual seremos severamente julgados.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina