[ UK /sˌɛkjʊləɹa‍ɪzˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. transfer of property from ecclesiastical to civil possession
  2. the activity of changing something (art or education or society or morality etc.) so it is no longer under the control or influence of religion
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How To Use secularisation In A Sentence

  • In Spain, a strong, aggressive laicity, an anti-clericalism, a secularization has been born as we experienced in the 1930's," Benedict said. Chronicle
  • I think the rhetoric of secularisation is very much overdone.
  • Claims are made about the total irrelevance of humanism to the secularisation process.
  • Though the secularization of monks is not secularity of Yuan Danasty , it is the most prominent.
  • Periodization and Sovereignty: How Ideas of Feudalism and Secularization Govern the Politics of Time (Middle Ages S.
  • My generation, I insist, has equated openness to the world with conversion to secularization, and has experienced a certain fascination regarding it. Two Generations, Two Ecclesiologies: Secretary of Congregation for Catholic Education to Rectors of Pontifical Seminaries
  • Professor Copley pointed out that the secularisation process of RE has taken the divine out of religion since the 1960s and 1970s.
  • Historians sometimes make the mistake of thinking that early modern religious dissent argues secularization.
  • The awakening historical conscious - ness that advanced salvationist schemes in theology since the eighteenth century led in the course of a general secularization of culture to a secular idea of eschatology also. ESCHATOLOGY
  • Governor Chafee's solution to call the spruce in the State House a "Holiday Tree" has elicited howls of outrage from citizens complaining of the secularization of this Christian holiday. Jeffrey Small: The Origins Of Christmas
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