He said he did not keep two suits of the same kind in stock, but manufactured a second when it was needed to reclothe
"Instead of simply repeating the church's doctrine," wrote one scholar paraphrasing John, "the Council must reclothe
it to meet the needs 'which our era demands." (36) Those needs included addressing issues of poverty, multiculturalism, liberation theology, globalization, and church hierarchy.
I know that big corporate news machines need to make current events into tabloid fodder for the success of their kind of journalism, but I wish this newspaper would reconsider its trajectory by hiring some professional news people to emend and reclothe
The AP follies, perhaps with money saved by omitting the relentlessly self-referential Don Kahle column and at least half the Bob Welch musings.
As in the sonnet on the Pieta, "her shield was wounded." (100) But in this meditation there is relief, as "only faith sustained her in life and she sustained living faith in order to reclothe
the whole world, which had been stripped of it." (101) The reform leanings here are unmistakable.
Just when the garden's beginning to look tired and between season, phlox present their opulent billowing flowers to reclothe
the borders and scent the air.
Ephrem is singing of the swaddling bands in which the infant Jesus was wrapped, the clothes the adolescent Jesus wore, how he "clothed himself in the water of baptism," how linen formed his shroud: "All these changes did the Merciful One make, stripping off [glory] and putting on [a body]; for He had devised a way to reclothe
Adam in that glory which Adam had stripped off.
In reclaiming them as his subjects, God reclothes
them in his livery--a livery of protection, but also a livery haunted by death.
His loving father welcomes him with open arms (fourth scene), reclothes
him (fifth scene), and restores him to his place at the table (sixth scene).