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House Of Penance

Author : Peter J. Tomasi
ISBN : 9781506700335
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"A horrific story of a haunted house and one woman's mission to wash away the blood curse of her husband's invention from claiming her own life and soul"--

House Of Penance Library Edition

Author : Peter J. Tomasi
ISBN : 9781506711027
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Collects the six issue run of House of Penance with a new cover, sketchbook extras, and more A horrific story of a haunted house and one woman's mission to wash away the blood curse of her husband's invention from claiming her own life and soul. This is a tale about guilt, ghosts, and guns...of how fortune brings misfortune, as a grim and determined woman oversees the construction of a house twenty four hours a day for twenty years with the simple motto of keep busy building or get busy dying

House Of Penance 6

Author : Peter Tomasi
ISBN : PKEY:28549
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Evil has infiltrated Sarahs sanctuary. Even Warren Peck, her newfound protector and confidant, is overwhelmed by the spirits that seek revenge upon her. In the terrifying conclusion of Tomasi and Bertrams horror miniseries, Sarah is forced to confront her demons, face to face. Blending horror, history and fiction, House of Penance stands as a singular triumph. Tomasi and Bertram have crafted something truly special with this book.ãScott Snyder (Wytches)

The History Of The Inquisition

Author : Philippus van Limborch
ISBN : KBNL:KBNL03000113415
Genre : Inquisition
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Author : David Housewright
ISBN : 9789049985806
Genre : Fiction
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A Minneapolis PI investigates the murder of the man who killed his wife Holland Taylor is comfortable in interrogation rooms. For years the cold dark cells of the Minneapolis homicide squad were his turf, and with the help of his partner he wrung confessions out of countless killers. But that was long ago. Tonight Taylor is on the other side of the desk. Tonight he is the suspect. Taylor’s career in the department ended after his wife and daughter were killed in a drunk driving accident. The culprit, John Brown, was sentenced to a measly six years for vehicular manslaughter, and Taylor vowed bloody vengeance in front of open court. After a few months of freedom, Brown is shot dead, and Taylor, now a private investigator, is called in as the obvious suspect. He didn’t kill John Brown, but he will find out who did if—even it means tearing Minneapolis apart from the inside out.

A New History Of Penance

Author : Abigail Firey
ISBN : 9789004122123
Genre : History
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Using hitherto unconsidered source materials from late antiquity to the early modern period, this volume charts new views about the role of penance in shaping western attitudes and practices for resolving social, political, and spiritual tensions, as penitents and confessors negotiated rituals and expectations for penitential expression.

Treatises On Penance

Author : Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus
ISBN : 0809101505
Genre : Religion
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The judgment that one forms of the theory and practice of penance in Christian antiquity will be largely determined by the interpretation which one puts upon these two treatises. On Penitence dates from Tertullian's Catholic period, and is a sermon addressed to the faithful on the subject of repentance and forgiveness. On Purity is one of his most violent Montanist treatises. In it he criticizes the policy the Church follows in granting pardon to serious sins.

The Penance Walk

Author : John Mannering Harrison
ISBN : 9781453502303
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A true story From a stern Irish and English upbringing, nine year old John was placed in a Roman Catholic Boarding School in England in the early years of the Second World War. The heavy discipline meted out by the Catholic Teaching Order of Priests, who ran St Michael's College and the viciousness practiced by the older boys was almost unbearable. He was soon befriended by one of the priests, his Form’s English Master. He did not realize that the attention he was receiving, was due to the priest’s physical attraction towards him, but was pleased to have the attention of a sensitive father figure, as his own father had died before the war. When invited to stay during a summer school holiday at the Order's Novitiate College housed in a rambling Elizabethan country mansion, the relationship came to a climax when the sexual advances by the priest increased and became intolerable. The boy’s mindset now believed that he was committing a series of mortal sins and was scared that he’d be damned to Hell for eternity. He felt a strong urge to go to Confession, but whom could he trust? With a stoicism developed during those early days at St Michael’s, he was determined to stop the sexual part of their relationship and eventually taught the priest a lesson he would never forget. Concerning the title The Penance Walk was an exposed paved rose garden in front of the school, where boys were sent in all weathers to memorize a lesson they had failed to do correctly, until it was recited word perfect.

Sackcloth Ashes Penance

Author : David Cooper
ISBN : 9781471770326
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Do Penance Or Perish

Author : Frances Finnegan
ISBN : 0195174607
Genre : History
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Frances Finnegan traces the history of the Magdalen Asylums in Ireland, homes founded in the 19th century for the detention of prostitutes undergoing reform, but which later received unwed mothers, wayward girls and the mentally retarded, all of them put to work as forced labour in church-run laundries.

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