gyffeswr, cyffeswr, chyffeswr, cyffeswyr, chyffeswyr, gyffeswyr, nghyffeswr, nghyffeswyr
Noun(1) a priest who hears confession and gives absolution(2) someone who confesses (discloses information damaging to themselves
(1) Ultimately, as a social phenomenon, it was about the relationship between a confessor and his penitents.(2) if one prisoner confesses and implicates the other, the confessor will go free as a reward(3) Once signed, the written confession can condemn the confessor even after the confession has been retracted.(4) He has a life coach, the trendy, increasingly ubiquitous equivalent of a therapist confessor , who tries to guide him.(5) Sometimes confessing is better for the confessor than the ├ö├ç├┐confessee├ö├ç├û and just makes unnecessary trouble.(6) ├ö├ç├┐And nothing good will come from covering it up,├ö├ç├û the president leaned forward and looked his confessor in the eye.(7) But he uses the legal term of judge to describe the role of priest confessor , and that terminology is far from my mind when I give absolution.(8) Anyway, these dice are used to either forgive or condemn the confessor .(9) If one of them confesses and the other does not, the confessor gets a reward and his partner gets a heavy sentence.(10) Admittedly, these confessions inevitably end with a blatant disclaimer stressing the confessor 's heterosexuality, so I'm not trying to argue that lesbianism has become mainstream.(11) Emma also returned to England and continued living in Winchester, where she allegedly had an affair with her confessor - a bishop, no less.(12) John was her sometime confessor and perhaps the only person, male or female, before whom Teresa stood in awe.(13) This is indeed the duty of the priest's confessor or spiritual director, the representative of the tribunal of mercy.(14) He speaks from many years of experience as a priest, confessor , and moral theologian.(15) The sacramental seal is inviolable; therefore, it is a crime for a confessor in any way to betray a penitent by word or in any other manner or for any reason.(16) How do we understand, not what is said between the confessor and confessant, but the dynamic that is produced between them?
(1) confessor :: gyffeswr
1. confessor ::
Different Formsconfessor, confessors
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