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Advantages of Frequent Confession
... The advantages of frequent confession was discussed by Pius XII ... He said that "the pious practice of frequent Confession which was introduced into the Church by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to be earnestly advocated." By frequent confession, Pius XII ... then warned those "who make light of or lessen esteem for frequent Confession know what they are doing ...
List Of Frequent Flyer Programs - Australasia and The Pacific - Australia
... Jetstar Airways – Qantas Frequent Flyer Qantas – Qantas Frequent Flyer Virgin Australia – Velocity Frequent Flyer ...
Frequent Confession
... Frequent confession is the spiritual practice among some Roman Catholics of going to the sacrament of reconciliation often and regularly in order to grow in ... Paul VI said that frequent confession is "of great value" ... Many Lutheran Churches also encourage going to frequent Holy Absolution, and follow similar teachings as Roman Catholics on frequent confession ...
List Of Frequent Flyer Programs
... Frequent-flyer programs are customer loyalty programs used by many passenger airlines ... This is a list of current and former airlines with frequent-flyer programs, and the names of those programs ...
Australian Plague Locust - Plagues
... has developed of localised high density populations in some locations most years and less frequent major plagues over large areas persisting for one to two years ... in Western Australia are less frequent ... Due to its large range and frequent plagues, the Australian plague locust is the most damaging locust species in Australia ...

More definitions of "frequent":

  • (verb): Be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place.
    Synonyms: haunt
  • (adj): Frequently encountered.
    Example: "A frequent (or common) error is using the transitive verb 'lay' for the intransitive 'lie'"
  • (adj): Coming at short intervals or habitually.
    Example: "A frequent guest"; "frequent complaints"

Famous quotes containing the word frequent:

    It was a tangled and perplexing thicket, through which we stumbled and threaded our way, and when we had finished a mile of it, our starting-point seemed far away. We were glad that we had not got to walk to Bangor along the banks of this river, which would be a journey of more than a hundred miles. Think of the denseness of the forest, the fallen trees and rocks, the windings of the river, the streams emptying in, and the frequent swamps to be crossed. It made you shudder.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    ... the whole Wilsonian buncombe ... its ideational hollowness, its ludicrous strutting and bombast, its heavy dependence upon greasy and meaningless words, its frequent descents to mere sound and fury, signifying nothing.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    I write to you out of turn, and believe I must adopt the rule of only writing when I am written to, in hopes that may provoke more frequent letters.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)