autocritique

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autocritique

(ˌɔːtəʊkrɪˈtiːk)
n
the examination of factors guiding one's thoughts, beliefs and actions; self-criticism
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Global Catholic Climate Movement made available on its website several eco-spirituality resources for the Lenten season, including an examination of conscience based on Francis' Sept.
Second, each chapter includes a number of exercises--topics to pray about and discuss--which would be useful in an examination of conscience.
These chapters amount to an examination of conscience.
At midday he says prayers and does an examination of conscience.
Hierarchs should do a thorough examination of conscience on their attitudes and treatment of gay people in general, and become more open and accepting of people who seek to live loving, committed lives together.
Just once, subject yourself to an examination of conscience.
He noted that the Jesuits have a daily examination of conscience.
Augustine) and Franciscus (a very true-to-life Petrarch), is a protracted form of the examination of conscience encountered in the letters.
Ecclessia in Medio Oriente provides some elements that are helpful for a personal and communal examination of conscience, and an objective evaluation of the commitment and desire for holiness of each one of Christ's disciples.
Following the mass murder of the European Jews planned and executed by the National Socialists with industrial perfection," the cardinal explained, "a profound examination of conscience was initiated about how such a barbaric scenario was possible in the Christian-oriented West.
Montegut declared that "only a descendant of the Puritans would be capable of devoting himself to the perpetual examination of conscience .
And with such features as a personalized examination of conscience and the ability to customize one's own list of sins, the Catholic Confession app offers a fresh take on an old tradition.

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