laicise


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laicise


Past participle: laicised
Gerund: laicising

Imperative
laicise
laicise
Present
I laicise
you laicise
he/she/it laicises
we laicise
you laicise
they laicise
Preterite
I laicised
you laicised
he/she/it laicised
we laicised
you laicised
they laicised
Present Continuous
I am laicising
you are laicising
he/she/it is laicising
we are laicising
you are laicising
they are laicising
Present Perfect
I have laicised
you have laicised
he/she/it has laicised
we have laicised
you have laicised
they have laicised
Past Continuous
I was laicising
you were laicising
he/she/it was laicising
we were laicising
you were laicising
they were laicising
Past Perfect
I had laicised
you had laicised
he/she/it had laicised
we had laicised
you had laicised
they had laicised
Future
I will laicise
you will laicise
he/she/it will laicise
we will laicise
you will laicise
they will laicise
Future Perfect
I will have laicised
you will have laicised
he/she/it will have laicised
we will have laicised
you will have laicised
they will have laicised
Future Continuous
I will be laicising
you will be laicising
he/she/it will be laicising
we will be laicising
you will be laicising
they will be laicising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been laicising
you have been laicising
he/she/it has been laicising
we have been laicising
you have been laicising
they have been laicising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been laicising
you will have been laicising
he/she/it will have been laicising
we will have been laicising
you will have been laicising
they will have been laicising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been laicising
you had been laicising
he/she/it had been laicising
we had been laicising
you had been laicising
they had been laicising
Conditional
I would laicise
you would laicise
he/she/it would laicise
we would laicise
you would laicise
they would laicise
Past Conditional
I would have laicised
you would have laicised
he/she/it would have laicised
we would have laicised
you would have laicised
they would have laicised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.laicise - reduce to lay status; "laicize the parochial schools"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
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Ce rapport a la religion sera d'ailleurs appele a prendre une place de plus en plus secondaire alors que le college se laicise et que <<les nouvelles exigences de la modernisation de l'enseignement postsecondaire>> (p.
Comment par ailleurs expliquer parallelement la survivance, dans un pays largement laicise, de funerailles de type traditionnel a l'eglise, alors que la plupart des personnes y ayant recours ne sont plus croyantes?
Elles montrent la pensee et l'analyse d'un catholique laique engage et au fait des positions de l'Eglise dans une societe en plein changement, qui se laicise de plus en plus.
One of Taylor's victims, now in his 50s, welcomed the decision to laicise Taylor but said he was dismayed at the time it had taken.
Plusieurs de ces mariages auront d'ailleurs lieu dans le diocese de Rimouski ou des confreres, parfois des figures influentes du diocese, ont celebre l'union du pretre laicise.
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Apart from the commission being sought to sack or laicise a priest, there is the absurd practice in the Catholic Church of dragging the process of laicisation out over a three to four year period.
Apart from the commission being sought to sack or laicise a priest, there is the absurd practise in the Catholic Church of dragging the process of laicisation out over a three to four year period.
The victims of Father Eric Taylor learned at a private meeting with Birmingham's newly-appointed archbishop, the Rt Rev Vincent Nichols, the process had begun to laicise him.
But the actual decision to laicise is taken by a department of the Vatican - the Congregation for the Clergy.
Les relations avec Rome, notamment l'elaboration des statuts canoniques, et la presence de pretres laicises, appartiennent au contexte des annees 1970.