Act of Contrition


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Act of Contrition

prayer of atonement said after making one’s confession. [Christianity: Misc.]
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It is then, through an act of contrition, that the adult daughter of the drunk driver visits Rita and offers her the use of their family cottage.
Didier Drogba's act of contrition as he apologised to the travelling Chelsea fans for the injury-time spot-kick miss, which prevented the Blues from going back to the top of the congested Premier League pile, could not hide his anger at being dropped.
highlights organises a Tupperware party and invites Tiger Woods, Peter Stay tuned for next week's act of contrition when he organises a Tupperware party and invites Tiger Woods, Peter Crouch, Ronan Keating and John Terry.
How many people who grew up with the old act of contrition have managed to learn the new one?
But does a simple Act of Contrition rising up from this hospital bed from a woman in an advanced stage of respiratory failure and pneumonia not reach the ear of God?
So, as an act of contrition, and intrigued by the potential of gaining greater insight into my male malady, I dropped in on a brown bag luncheon in the Saxe Room of the Worcester Public Library yesterday to hear four experts speak on the subject: Raising Boys.
The apology was the act of contrition which the Government had been waiting for since Lord Hutton published his report into the death of Dr Kelly, the weapons scientist.
Donning my optimistic hat, I'd like to think it's the beginning of an act of contrition.
This act of contrition was followed Sunday by the publication of numerous letters that were justifiably critical of the cartoon.
If anyone expected Campbell to turn up and make an act of contrition or admission they will have been disappointed.
Hunermann emphasizes that any lifting of an excommunication first requires an act of contrition on the part of the excommunicated party.
First of all, it should be stressed that these seven are not sins themselves but rather dispositions that place us in proximity to wrongdoing--they are the "near occasions" of sin mentioned in our Act of Contrition.