The General Instruction for the Roman Missal states that a priest celebrant "may entrust the homily to a con celebrating priest or occasionally to a deacon, but never to a layperson
For a layperson
to convey the subtle but critically important, nuances through words to other laypersons
is a challenge.
Matsumoto argues persuasively that sometimes the best judge of Japanese culture is the Japanese layperson
The genius of the book may be in its use of sources which provide insight not only into the thoughts of Southern Baptist "movers and shakers" but also insight into the thoughts and beliefs of the average Southern Baptist layperson
makes a number of assumptions about case law which are not so.
Written for both the serious scholar and the general layperson
, this book's worth far exceeds the suggested retail price.
This book is for the broker, the layperson
and even those who cover the financial side," says Binder.
New York, like many other states, passed legislation that requires health plans to provide coverage of emergency room visits for people who have symptoms that a prudent layperson
would consider an emergency.
It is written in a way that helps a layperson
understand modern scientific knowledge in pharmacology.
It is the possibility of consuming a plant as food, medicine, or poison that makes it interesting to a layperson
For the layperson
, that means never having to wait more than a couple of seconds for applications that might otherwise slow down the PC.
Case examples, intervention strategies, and program development are emphasized so that both the layperson
and healthcare professional can share in the vision of rehabilitation for people with HIV and AIDS.