Übersetzung für 'laity' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   laity | laities
SYNO laity | temporalty
laity {sg} [usually treated as pl.]
Laien {pl}
laity [laymen]Laienstand {m}
Pontifical Council for the Laity
Päpstlicher Rat {m} für die Laien
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas is a college and house of formation for the lay vocation and laity pursuing an ecclesial vocation through study and research at the Pontifical Universities in Rome.
  • The Orthodox Christian Laity (OCL) is an independently organized movement of Orthodox Christian laity and clergy who are "involved with Orthodox Renewal in the Americas."
  • In 1850 the Papal approval for the laity was amended establishing the Lay branch of the Society as the Third Order of Mary.
  • The laity can exercise a fruitful apostolate by their conduct in the areas of their labor, profession, studies, neighborhood, and social life.
  • In the Anglican Communion, synods are elected by clergy and laity.

  • Some Japanese laity can also be seen wearing a "rakusu", a short cloth worn around the neck of Zen Buddhist laity.
  • The antecedents of the Canadian office are in the Convocations of the Church of England, in which the Lower House comprises clergy, laity not being members of Convocations.
  • includes both clergy and laity. Clergy must be initiate members of O.T.O., while laity may affiliate to E.G.C.
  • On 7 December 2009, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Voce as Consultor to the Pontifical Council for the Laity.
  • The Apostolate of the Laity – The decree "Apostolicam actuositatem" ("Apostolic Activity", 1965) declares that the apostolate of the laity is "not only to bring the message and grace of Christ to men but also to penetrate and perfect the temporal order with the spirit of the Gospel", in every field of life, together or through various groups, with respectful cooperation with the Church's hierarchy.

  • After the Second Vatican Council, the laity were encouraged to participate more in religious activities, thus necessitating a revision of the prayers for uniform use by the laity.
  • One of the central themes of the apostolic exhortation is that evangelisation is the duty of the whole people of God, including laity.
  • Pope Paul VI appointed him Secretary of the Pontifical Council for the Laity in July 1966.
  • The 1983 Code of Canon Law does not permit the laity to have any kind of executive or juridical powers in Ecclesiastical affairs.
  • The Securitate found a great chasm had developed between the church hierarchy and laity.

  • The Declaration was signed by forty-seven clergy, religious, and laity that included men and women in many occupations, and it served as the charter for the National Center for the Laity (NCL).
  • Planché asserts that the clergy of the 9th and 10th centuries dressed similarly to the laity, except when saying mass.
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