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- another term for charisma (sense 2)
- ‘New structures will have to be created because apostolates that rely primarily on the charisms of individuals will necessarily die with the individual.’
- ‘Certain people do have charisms of miracles and healing (for instance St. Padre Pio, who seems to have been abundantly graced in this department).’
- ‘Also, the charism of encouraging deeper levels of prayer made sense.’
- ‘It is through his example that I've come to very much appreciate the Dominicans and their charism, to the point of seriously considering whether I might be called to be a third-order Dominican.’
- ‘She is married to the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church and speaks and writes frequently on charisms in the Episcopal Church.’
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