Data are organized in a format that is more readily understood by the layperson
As was the case with my own "reflection" at Sunday Mass (technically, a layperson
cannot give a "homily"), many pastors do currently allow people other than priests and deacons to speak at Mass.
It is a sacrilege for him to receive and to administer any sacrament" and "no faithful layperson
, not to speak of the clergy, should be involved in any act of sacrilege" (Vatican Insider, July 5, 2012).
I was privileged to have been the first layperson
to be appointed to lead the NMC, but it was never my intention to serve another three-year term of office.
The quality of the film is excellent; the music relaxing; the visuals clear; and the information concise, practical, and appropriate for a layperson
Power from the Sun: Achieving Energy Independence offers a fine guide to solar energy and is written for the layperson
wishing to install a solar electric system.
Caption: THE SARASOTA COUNTY BAR honored two of its own and a layperson
for their enduring service and commitment to the community and to the profession at its Annual Awards Ceremony.
This brochure explains in straightforward language how scientists present and judge research, and how a layperson
can ask questions about the scientific information presented.
Dr Link'sresearch on chest wall impacts and heart injuries and deaths was an eye-opener for this layperson
Lower Taxes in 7 Easy Steps, by Stephen Fishman (Nolo, 2006), is an ideal guide for the layperson
interested in reducing his or her tax bill.
For the layperson
, there is a lot to learn but the knowledge is empowering for those willing to make the effort.
Given a "bon mot" from the stage that is relatively comprehensible to the layperson
, the challenges can be overcome quite easily.