Übersetzung für 'Babalú Ayé' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Babalu Aye
Babalú Ayé {m}
giant aye-aye [Daubentonia robusta] [extinct]
Riesenfingertier {n} [ausgestorben]
aye-aye [Daubentonia madagascariensis]
Aye-Aye {m} {n} [Fingertier]
aye-aye [Daubentonia madagascariensis]
Fingertier {n}
Aye-aye, sir!
Zu Befehl!
aye-aye {adv}
ayeJa-Stimme {f}
aye {adv}gewiss
aye [Br.]
Jastimme {f}
aye {adv} [Scot., N.Engl. and N. Ireland dialect: always]immer
Aye! [Scot., N. Engl., archaic, and said when voting]Ja!
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  • Babalú Ayé {m} = Babalu Aye
  • Aye-Aye {m} {n} [Fingertier] = aye-aye [Daubentonia madagascariensis]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The Real Hospital de San Lázaro, built on the Juan Guillén Cove in 1781 and the church inside the two-story building became a pilgrimage frequented by those suffering from leprosy and followers of San Lázaro or Babalú Ayé seeking spiritual solace.
  • He has become known as Babalú-Ayé, among many other names, in the Orisha religion that developed in the Americas.
  • Babalú-Aye (from yoruba "Obalúayé"), "Oluaye", Ṣọpọna, or even "Obaluaiye", is one of the orishas or manifestations of the supreme creator god Olodumare in the Yoruba religion of West Africa.
  • Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye (CLBA) is a Santería church in Hialeah, Florida. The church practices Cuba's Santería or Lucumí tradition / Regla de Ocha.
  • The U.S. Supreme Court's 1993 decision "Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah" upheld the right of Santería adherents to practice ritual animal sacrifice in the United States of America.

  • The Free Exercise Clause offers a double protection, for it is a shield not only against outright prohibitions with respect to the free exercise of religion, but also against penalties on the free exercise of religion and against indirect governmental coercion. Relying on "Employment Division v. Smith" (1990) and quoting from "Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye, Inc. v. Hialeah" (1993) the Supreme Court stated in "Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer" (2017) that religious observers are protected against unequal treatment by virtue of the Free Exercise Clause and laws which target the religious for "special disabilities" based on their "religious status" must be covered by the application of strict scrutiny.
  • He has represented parties in four Supreme Court cases on religious liberty. He represented the Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye, successfully defending its right to sacrifice small animals in religious ceremonies. He represented the Roman Catholic Archbishop of San Antonio in an unsuccessful defense of Congress's power to enact the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and apply it to the states. And he represented anonymous parents and students in their successful objection to school-sponsored prayer at high school football games. Most recently, he successfully represented Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church in a case establishing the constitutional status of the ministerial exception.
  • Prior to issuing its ruling in "Trump v. Hawaii", the Court ruled on "Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission" (Docket 16-111), a case involving the intersection of anti-discrimination laws and the free exercise of religion. Amongst considerations informing the decision of the Court was a finding that the defendant's ruling was based on statements made by public officials which evinced "clear and impermissible hostility" and were not religiously neutral towards the petitioner; the Court reversed the officials' ruling on this basis. Justice Anthony Kennedy had referenced his majority opinion of "Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah" [...] which similarly dealt with the neutrality of language that legislators used to justify an otherwise neutrally-worded law, which the Court deemed impermissible and therefore declared the law unconstitutional. Some analysts believed that this part of the majority opinion would affect "Trump v. Hawaii"; analysts noted "clear and impermissible hostility" in language used to support the ban by public officials, including President Trump.
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