unswerving fidelity

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Admirers point to their success in generating vocations to the priesthood, and to their unswerving fidelity to both Catholic orthodoxy and the papacy.
A spokesman for the Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool said: "The wisdom of the Gospel maintains that marriage and family are best served by reliable love and unswerving fidelity.
In the Exodus narrative, Moses is offered in contrast to the people's response as embodying unswerving fidelity and missionary zeal on behalf of the truth, a true revolutionary set in relief against the backsliding people who were also given but cannot bear the difficulty of the truth.
Up until recently, with nearly unswerving fidelity I had managed to work in a "Full Circle" of library principles and tradition with almost every column, while staying on theme for the month--no small task some months, fairly common sense in others.
But the principles that guide the department remain the same -- to pursue justice by enforcing the law with unswerving fidelity to the Constitution.