Question: Had massive immunization (which was there to offer) not been implemented, and there happened to be a massive dengue outbreak at that time, with casualties in its wake, would the sin of omission
or indecisiveness be cited against the incumbents then?
It is a serious sin of omission
, Villegas said for a priest not to have a regular poor person to help whether for education, health or livelihood.
Stewart argued that, from day one, he and his advisers knowingly kept the truth from the public -- "a sin of omission
," he said.
I came away from Lampeter with the uncomfortable feeling that, though the Bishops voted in favour, they had, by a sin of omission
, lost the Bill for those who would have voted yes.
The details of this administrative sin of omission
merit a closer look - especially since Lehner time and again has offered assurances that he found no evidence of wrongdoing by supervisors or other officers, while refusing to make public the formal investigation that he says prompted him to reach that conclusion.
If a person is convinced of the rightness of a necessary course of action, an action completely in harmony with God's law, and does not do it, that person is guilty of a sin of omission
In piece after piece, this substance gap begins to look like more than an innocent sin of omission
Sir, there should be no ifs and buts about making them answer for their sin of omission
Berry said: "It would be a sin of omission
, an act of prejudice, to exclude her from the accolade.
Now, it must atone for its five-year sin of omission
by enacting laws that are unambiguous and consistent with international standards of humane treatment of prisoners.
But for a Labour administration to propose a measure that will subsidise the rich at the expense of the poor is far worse than a sin of omission