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passion

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Now the parameter doctrine is needlessly convoluted in that the parameters other than intensity are superfluous for determining whether the passion is excessive, deficient, or intermediate.
Playful, or risque as that may be, the historical passion behind this tropical Brazilian native is related to the passion of Christ, given by South American missionaries to educate converts.
As you read this we will be right in the middle of "Passion Week." On Palm Sunday (last Sunday), I challenged our church family to "Catch the Passion!" What does that mean anyway?
The beautiful readings lay out the story of God's plan of salvation: Isaiah's Song of the Suffering Servant and the ancient hymn of Christ's kenosis, his emptying himself of his divinity, highlighting the power of the Passion narrative of Mark.
They asked faculty members from a mid-sized public university to complete three versions of the Passion Scale--one for teaching, one for research, and one for service activities--along with a measure of burnout.
Readings and prayers of the liturgy will focus on the Passion of Christ and the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Mother.
Meanwhile, halve the passion fruit and scoop out the pulp and seeds and set this aside.
Her focus is to inspire her audience to build a foundation for success, overcome adversities, and live with the passion to achieve greatness.
L'Oree-des-Bois Elementary School in Laval, Quebec and its students hosted a group of aerospace industry representatives and government stakeholders for a demonstration of the Passion from Within Challenge.
Scholars of theater and German literature discuss the 2010 production of the passion play that the Bavarian village of Oberammergau puts on every decade.
Synopsis: In the pages of "Passion: Contemporary Writers on the Story of Calvary", five distinguished writers (Julia Alvarez, Stephanie Saldana, John Elder, Jay Parini, and Elizabeth Cook) offer moving reflections on the four Gospel narratives of the Passion of Christ.