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The third section of Religion and the Muse is titled "Short Religio-Literary Readings of Six Perennial 7heroes" which are love, death, evil, suffering, forgiveness, and saintliness.
And, second, since Newman is close to canonization, an essay on Newman's saintliness would be appropriate.
Soft-spoken yet sometimes cutting; good to the point of saintliness yet given to devilish outbursts of malice.
It does work here because of the saintliness of the faculty and all the students clean up after one another," Michael Hachey, chairman of the Worcester State College visual and performing arts department, said of the crowded college studios.
The fact that she patiently applied cleansing agents to her handbag in order to renovate it and bring it back into civilised use is, to me, an act of saintliness.
Part of Leofric's reputation for saintliness was founded upon his and his wife's generosity towards theChurch.
Perhaps this saintliness is why Pepin's line produced Charlemagne, whose own sainthood, declared by Antipope Pascal III, remained a bone of contention for centuries.
She is a warm-hearted and lovable character, if somewhat stereotypical, and her saintliness at times can be irritating.
Not just because of the weather, although that's grim enough, but because so many of my friends have an attack of saintliness and give up booze for the month.
They show the sacramental nature of membership in the Body of Christ, deification of all through Christ, spirituality in the Body of Christ and the saintliness of all the baptized.
Tanta is the earthy Jewish counterpart to the ethereal Buddhist saintliness Iris is supposed to incarnate.
All the standard themes of late medieval Jewish theology are represented in Najara's sermons--for example, the election of Israel, the superiority of the Torah, providence and retribution, charity, reasons for the commandments, prayer, repentance, the human soul, human perfection, saintliness, sexuality, death, and peace--but the treatment is by no means exceptional.