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proclaim (something) from the rooftops

To share some news or information publicly and with as many people as possible. I was ready to proclaim from the rooftops that we'd be having a baby, but my wife wanted to wait for a while before we made the news public. I know you want to proclaim it from the rooftops that you came in first in your class, but you should think about how it might make the other students feel and have a bit of modesty about it.
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proclaim (something) from the housetop(s)

To share some news or information publicly and with as many people as possible. I was ready to proclaim from the housetop that we'd be having a baby, but my wife wanted to wait for a while before we made the news public. I know you want to proclaim it from the housetops that you came in first in your class, but you should think about how it might make the other students feel and have a bit of modesty about it.
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proclaim (something) from the housetops

To share some news or information publicly and with as many people as possible. I was ready to proclaim from the housetops that we'd be having a baby, but my wife wanted to wait for a while before we made the news public. I know you want to proclaim it from the housetops that you came in first in your class, but you should think about how it might make the other students feel.
See also: housetop, proclaim

proclaim (or shout) something from the housetops

announce something publicly.
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Proclamation of senators was likewise done at a record speed, with all 12 senators proclaimed last May 19 or just 10 days after the elections.
While in the context of a theology of proclamation the exact perimeters and content of what it means to be a Jew or a Christian or (any believer for that matter) are always fluid, a Jew or a Christian's identity derives from her desire to proclaim God on the one hand and proclaim God in and through the language of her tradition as this develops and changes through history.
Persons are free to proclaim God in their insufficiency--on their way--in the promise of God's future redemption.
The Good News Jesus proclaimed to the poor was not a summons to wealth and prosperity but to sharing and compassion.
Proclaim how we the church can now laugh with joy even as we weep knowing that it is on behalf of these, our brothers and sisters, that God raised Jesus from the dead and seated him in the heavenly places.
One is to focus on the "woes" of Luke 6:24-26 and to proclaim God's judgment on the lives of our congregations.
But do not be so afraid that you neglect to proclaim God's victory over death and over the forces of evil in our world.
10 to proclaim liberation from the need (or ability) to control our own destinies.
I may not understand how it works, but I can proclaim that God has put everything under Christ's feet through the blood of his cross, and this means that I have no legitimate king but Christ.
During the last century a pope exercised this power only once, in 1950 when Pope Pius XII proclaimed as part of Catholic belief the doctrine of Mary's Assumption into heaven.
As Jesus' resurrected body is withdrawn from earthly visibility, our Easter call to "see and proclaim Christ alive in the church and the world" takes on new dimensions.
Paul proclaims, "Nevertheless, God was not pleased with most of them, and they were struck down in the wilderness" (1 Cor 10:5).
On this day we pray asking God to keep the church firm on the "rock" of Peter's confession and to empower the church to proclaim one truth and follow one Lord (cf.
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