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Exemples d'usage pour « laity » en français
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EnglishMember, Archbishop's Council of the Laity during its existence prior to the National Council.
EnglishThe whole Church is already preparing the forthcoming Synod on the apostolate of the laity.
EnglishIt is not only the Catholic laity who disagree with the Holy See's ban on condoms.
EnglishI too would advocate that we should allow ourselves to be guided by the laity in matters of principle.
EnglishThe organization will also organize a meeting on the space of religions in a context of laity and citizenship.
EnglishIn this connection, I regret to inform you that Judge Laïty Kama, a national of Senegal, died on 6 May 2001.
EnglishTribute to the memory of the former International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) President, Judge Laïty Kama
EnglishThese are rather to be considered as instruments for the initial formation of Catholic laity on a long term basis.
EnglishYour contribution is of particular interest for the coming Synod of Bishops, which deals with the apostolate of the laity.
EnglishThis contribution, which denotes a new maturity of Christian awareness in the laity, is very praiseworthy, and must continue and be intensified as far as possible.
EnglishThis is what we wished to state, on behalf of God, the Prophet and his Book, the Muslim Imams and the laity and in discharge of our duty.
EnglishYou yourselves can vigorously involve the laity, especially the young, in the decisive dialogue of the Gospel with cultures.
EnglishLa frontière entre Droit international humanitaire et Droits de l'homme, in Ecrits en l'honneur de Laïty Kama (en cours de publication).
EnglishProtection of the environment was the topic of several symposiums conducted by the Council at its clergy-laity congress in 2006 and 2008.
EnglishThese trials had commenced in March and April this year but were brought to an abrupt end by the death of the Presiding Judge, Judge Laïty Kama, on 7 May 2001.
EnglishLaïty Kama (Senegal), who had been a member of the Working Group since 1991.
EnglishUpon the death of Judge Laïty Kama, Presiding Judge of Trial Chamber II, on 6 May 2001, the judicial activities of the Trial Chamber were temporarily suspended.
EnglishPastoral projects dedicated to laity committed to one of the four following areas: healthcare, media and information, education and school, politics.
EnglishRegrettably, the first President of the Tribunal and the Presiding Judge of Trial Chamber II, Judge Laïty Kama of Senegal, passed away in Nairobi on 6 May 2001.
EnglishI encourage you particularly to continue your efforts to involve the laity in this task, for it is they who are at the heart of the cultures which characterize modern society.
Synonymes anglais de « laity »