penitence


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Synonyms for penitence

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remorse for your past conduct

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We are excited to host the third annual 12 Hours of Penitence race, said San Luis Valley Field Office Manager Melissa Garcia.
Infection can develop in any type of wound so for those practicing their penitence by nailing themselves to the cross, they usually use and share among them various tools such as sticks, blades, or any sharp objects to inflict pain or wounds,' Ngo added.
The sins that are now committed are not at all novel, they have been there for years on end, being also committed in old times with tremendous spontaneity, voluptuously, in various forms and perversely, as one can read, among other things, in the Paterika and other Orthodox writings; yet, what differentiates our world from that in ancient times is the absence of an intense penitence for the moral shadows that we drag behind us.
The book is structured around the Roman Catholic sacrament of confession and penitence.
The irony is that she holds her fixation in reaction to and penitence for the actions of the last such leader.
When a monk known as Dan Michel of Northgate, in the year 1340, finished his English translation of a French manual on sin and penitence, he called it Ayenbite of Inwyt--which we would render in Modern English as Remorse of Conscience.
Perhaps There Is Hope': Reading Lamentations As a Polyphony of Pain, Penitence, and Protest
After judgments have been made and penitence performed, both the offender and offended bend toward each other.
The act of reconstructing past psychical life, of changing the arrow of time from a forward to a retrospective direction, is the main premise of penitence.
Indeed, the ladder of Thrift allows one to skip the lesser virtues of Confession, Penitence, and Industry, and be free of the downward pull of the vices Indulgence, Temper, Conceit, Mischief, Pugnacity, and Disobedience.
The transition from Camillo to Paulina as Leontes's "priest-like" counselor after the actual death of Mamillius and apparent deaths of Hermione and Perdita establishes an oppositional mode of penitence in The Winter's Tale.
The 40-day sign of penitence starts on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday, which is a day before Easter Sunday.
Summary: A Lebanese abbot who leads a monastery was barred from exercising ecclesiastical duties and sentenced to a life of solitary penitence, according to a statement released by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Byblos and Batroun over the weekend.
His self-approved penitence involves attributing his behaviour to a aACAylapse of judgement' and stepping away from his post for six months, a decision that has incensed many in India, as they question his right to be his own judge and jury.
Polat also requested that the defendants be asked whether they would like penitence to be considered by the judges in their sentences.