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In Christian cultures, the term lay priest is sometimes used in the past to refer to a secular priest, a diocesan priest who is not a member of a religious institute. Terms such as lay priest, lay clergy and lay nun were also once used in Buddhist cultures to indicate ordained persons who continued to live in the wider community instead of retiring to a monastery. In the context of specialized professions, the term lay is often used to refer to those who are not members of that profession.

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  • Laity
  • Laïcat
  • Laicato
  • 平信徒
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  • Dans les organisations religieuses, le laïcat est la collectivité des laïcs. Cela peut désigner toute personne qui n'est membre ni du clergé ni de l'un des ordres monastiques ; au sein de ces derniers, cela inclut leurs membres qui ne sont pas prêtres, les frères lais (et les sœurs laies). Au cours du concile Vatican II, l'Église catholique romaine a défini le laïcat comme les membres de l'Église dont le rôle est de sanctifier les réalités séculières (voir fonctions de l'Église). Dans le protestantisme, le terme « laïc » désigne couramment celui qui n'est pas pasteur.
  • Il laicato è l'insieme dei laici intesi come tutti i fedeli di una religione che non appartengono al clero. Il termine "laico" deriva dal greco λαϊκός, laikós - uno del popolo, dalla radice λαός, laós - popolo.
  • 平信徒(ひらしんと、へいしんと、希: λαϊκός、羅: laicus、仏: laïc、英: layman)とは、ユダヤ教・キリスト教等の宗教で、聖職者ではない一般信徒のこと。仏教における在家に相当する。 語源は、ギリシア語で「民衆」を意味する「ラオス」(希: λαός)の形容詞形である「ライコス」(希: λαϊκός)であり、こうした用法は聖書の中にも見られる。
  • 平信徒即是基督教中沒有聖職的人,又稱為教友、會友,一般定義為「教會中未被授以聖職的成員」。聖職人員和平信徒的分別,在天主教會和正教會裡最為明顯,聖公會次之。自宗教改革以來,新教教派對這分別不大重視。普世教會合一運動中,着重對平信徒的訓練。天主教會聖統制中,《天主教法典》有規定平信徒的義務與權利。
  • In Christian cultures, the term lay priest is sometimes used in the past to refer to a secular priest, a diocesan priest who is not a member of a religious institute. Terms such as lay priest, lay clergy and lay nun were also once used in Buddhist cultures to indicate ordained persons who continued to live in the wider community instead of retiring to a monastery. In the context of specialized professions, the term lay is often used to refer to those who are not members of that profession.
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