immorality


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During the reopening of the House of Representatives probe into the proliferation of drug trade at the Bilibid, Aguirre said De Lima's liability for immorality for committing concubinage by having an affair with a married man may bolster the disbarment cases against her.
The immorality of some who claim to be righteous and holy, as well as the goodness of those without religion, demonstrate this.
The story is a good example of Mann's often-used theme of the immorality of the artist.
Christians involved in this movement are more interested in evangelism, in getting people saved, and in dealing with obvious, deliberate sin like killing babies and sexual immorality.
Greco Belgica, a defeated senatorial candidate in the 2016 elections, sought the preventive suspension of Senator Leila de Lima for gross immorality for her relationship with her alleged bagman and having sexual relations with a married man.
Public Health has fostered a new immorality in the Catholic school system for over 20 years.
Sooner or later, their dark past catches up with them and their hidden sins and immorality are brought out into the light.
The local histories have broader significance because during the 1950s an anxious national debate arose concerning the perceived immorality that the American military brought to the towns.
So while we crack down on a coach betting on an NCAA pool among friends, adults transacting in mutually consensual adult practices, and Internet businesses trying to advertise, we turn on our televisions and attend films to be entertained by every gross immorality known to man.
The wall of separation, Silligato charged, "has caused oppression and aids the spread of crime, violence, immorality and false ideology, enslaving our society .
It opens her to expulsion proceedings in the Senate by the Senate Ethics Committee for immorality and grave misconduct in office, apart from opening herself to a disbarment proceeding as a member of the bar for immorality and unethical conduct,' the chief legal counsel was quoted as saying.
Still, the Conservative silence allows the pro-death, anti-family MPs to dominate the airwaves and thereby encourages the media to continue attacking opponents of the permissive immorality as bigots and homophobes.
IT IS a sad reflection of today's society that the media seems to flourish on stories of immorality, deception, envy and gossip.
Iran and the Vatican have worked together in the past including a discussion in 1996 between the head of Vatican Radio and Iran's state-run radio service on a campaign to combat immorality.