Redemptionist

Redemptionist

a Trinitarian.
See also: Monks and Nuns
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Right - Three Roman Catholic Redemptionist missionaries set themselves a task to visit a thousand homes in Eston in less than a fortnight in April 1988 to mark the 25th anniversary of St Andrew's Parish.
69) Similarly, in 1855 a Redemptionist Father was acquitted of the same charge after he burned a pile of "evil" literature and unknowingly burned a copy of a Bible.
In the redemptionist trope of Zimbabwean historiography, Nehanda and Chaminuka (in Zimbabwean narratives inscribed as the first organisers and leaders of the rebellion against white incursion in 1893) have become the prototypical inspirational sources of the nationalist struggle.
The young Manchester-born Cardiff English teacher, whose debut novel was nominated for the International Dylan Thomas Prize in 2006, has given us a modern redemptionist novel that rewards the reader like a good book should.
But now the Redemptionist priest, 71, witnessed the Provos do just that.
3) Father John Creagh, a Redemptionist priest at the turn of the century, incited the people of Limerick Ireland to boycott Jewish businesses.
37) Special communal occasions, on the other hand, did stimulate the composition of prayers or songs expressing redemptionist sentiment.
Early modern Jewish messianism was redemptionist but not necessarily restorationist, stressing the pursuit of mystical or spiritual goals, the achievement of which did not require repatriation.
Adeleke's screed is largely an attack on the Christian redemptionist teleology that he ahistorically attributes to 19th-century African American thinkers.
Perhaps evocative of the dramatic redemptionist mood of Hasidism, the story of Isabel drew Twerski into a world that would redefine his understanding of human nature and broaden his range of experiences beyond anything imaginable to his ancestors.
Before going to war over its captive seamen, the United States sought the aid of the Holy Order of Redemption of Captives (known as the Redemptionists, Mathurins or Trinitarians), who were accused of perpetuating the slave trade by buying back hostages.