1 Everyone thought she had neglected her boy's religious education and thought more of Rhett for trying to rectify the matter, even if he did take the boy to the Episcopal Church instead of the Catholic.
2 "Confess your sins and do penance for them in sorrow and contrition," Ellen had told her a hundred times and, in this crisis, Ellen's religious training came back and gripped her.
3 Lily had hinted to Mr. Gryce that this neglect of religious observances was repugnant to her early traditions, and that during her visits to Bellomont she regularly accompanied Muriel and Hilda to church.
4 There was nothing especially arduous in this round of religious obligations; but it stood for a fraction of that great bulk of boredom which loomed across her path.
5 The first two weeks after her return represented to Mrs. Peniston the domestic equivalent of a religious retreat.
6 Her jungle romance had faded, but she retained a religious fervor, a surge of half-formed thought about the creation of beauty by suggestion.
7 He has what I call an essentially religious soul.
8 I think I'm being a baa-lamb, and not springing any theories wilder than 'c-a-t spells cat,' but when folks have gone, I re'lize I've been stepping on their pet religious corns.
9 And my own son reproves me because I haven't given him religious instruction.
10 He was rather narrow in religious matters, and sometimes spoke out and hurt people's feelings.
11 Prior to his conversion, he relied upon his own depravity to shield and sustain him in his savage barbarity; but after his conversion, he found religious sanction and support for his slaveholding cruelty.
12 I have said my master found religious sanction for his cruelty.
13 Were I to be again reduced to the chains of slavery, next to that enslavement, I should regard being the slave of a religious master the greatest calamity that could befall me.
14 For of all slaveholders with whom I have ever met, religious slaveholders are the worst.
15 It was my unhappy lot not only to belong to a religious slaveholder, but to live in a community of such religionists.