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For the Ritualist, her base abilities became firing ranged shadow-orbs, teleport, and spawning a black hole to draw enemies in towards its center.
Ritualists, Merton ([1957] 1968) argued, scale back the culturally prescribed definition of success to render it more achievable.
(33-34) Here, O'Malley reads Stoker's use of sacrament and icon as the author's appropriation of Catholicism whilst Simmons interprets the doctrinal conflict as cautionary symbolism, but the fact that the rituals work and the characters remain within the Protestant fold suggests that Stoker's novel seeks not to usurp Catholicism but to validate Anglican ritualist doctrine.
Turner is a dedicated ritualist and his excessive interest in ritual was a reason why he was asked to leave the community for a time.
Ritualist Confessors and their Critics in the 1870s," Journal of Ecclesiastical History 39 (1988) 202-216.
He resisted disestablishment movements, fought to maintain a predominant influence of established religion over education, and endeavored to keep the ritualist controversies from tearing the Church of England apart.
Considering the links between Faith Healer, Dancing at Lughnasa and Tennessee, the author observes the invocation of "a ritualist, pagan past" in them (524) as an element underpinning the characters' psychic landscape.
On the one hand, Newman was deeply involved in the production of controversialist literature, as a promoter of Ritualist Anglicanism and then as a Roman Catholic in a predominantly Protestant country (as Stanley L.
We gathered that she was at peace with her life as a radical, ritualist, nudist, personality, elder, and any role yet to come.
"The Mother," "The Crone" and "The Maiden" are songs suitable for use during pagan celebrations, with commentary liner notes by English ritualist Carolynn Clare Townsend.
Admirably informed by the historical literature and unusually rich in readings of primary texts not otherwise addressed in detail, her study examines "anti-ritual" and "ritualist ideolog[ies]" that were both "variously empowering and repressive" (3).