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Similarly Diehl understands Angelo as penitently seeking forgiveness at the end of the play in "Infinite Space," 408-9.
Bivouacking in a Senate hearing room in early June, a platoon of be-medaled and ribbon-adorned generals and admirals from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, plus aides-de-camp who had their backs, penitently confessed that rapes and sexual assaults in the military were rampant.
In the parable of the prodigal son, God, as father, overlooks the protest of the diligent older son and forgivingly welcomes back the prodigal younger son, who returns home penitently after dissipating his fortune.
Faith and Order needs to consider the right questions to put to the text so that churches will find ways of engaging out of their context with the meta-narrative in order to recognize church in themselves and in others, to acknowledge penitently where there is need of renewal, and to move together in word and social action in proclaiming the good news to the world.
Yet this same poem has been recited by Jews for centuries as they penitently lament the destruction of Jerusalem, while seated on the ground, passively awaiting their miraculous redemption--a distinctly un-Zionist posture.
Penitently, you resolve to share your descent from imagined heroics to immaculate inadequacies with the public - and hope this doesn't only confirm your transformation into Woody Allen.
Indeed, describing some Virginia Anglicans as "horse-shed Christians" seems as plausible as describing others as hegemonically elite or penitently pious.
Nina discovers a close-knit, loving family--and the dark secret that Jose has been penitently carrying throughout his everyday life.