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for Christ's sake

A mild oath of exasperation, annoyance, frustration, anger, or surprise. Would you let me finish my story, for Christ's sake? Oh for Christ's sake, I just had the car fixed and now you've put a dent in it! For Christ's sake! I haven't seen you in years!
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The mediation that he is called to exercise as a priest is of a completely different order: It is a "ministerial" or functional mediation which he exercises in the hierarchical structure of the Church, in which he is endowed with a canonically fixed authority to transmit to men the truths of faith, to celebrate in their midst the sacrifice of the altar, to give them the Body and Blood of Christ, and to confer on them the graces of the other sacraments--without his having in any way to be a superchristian in order to acquit himself of these holy functions as such.
Spurgeon insisted that Christ required the churches to admit only regenerate persons.
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Christ: A Crisis extends this reading to the New Testament.
The voice of Christ is found in the Church, in the deposit of tradition, because not everything He said was written down.
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Candelaria examines the diverse and unconventional ways prominent Latina/o writers and artists represent Christ in art, literature, and theology.
'We are gathered to celebrate the birth of Christ because of the reconciliation of man to his Creator, as well as man to man.
Orr's revised dissertation analyzes the tension in Paul's writings between the absence and presence of Christ, an absence and presence that are experienced simultaneously.
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