religious activity

religious activity

Any activity related to an organised religion, ranging from meditation and prayer to rallies and, in extremist religions, suicide bombing.
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And it was true that Bulstrode found himself carrying on two distinct lives; his religious activity could not be incompatible with his business as soon as he had argued himself into not feeling it incompatible.
'Based [on] reports from our agents, wala tayong nakitang religious activity, from day one...
The children of the Congregation of the Immaculate Conception of Castres (CIC) became the beneficiaries of the first religious activity of the Felicidad T.
Summary: Noida (Uttar Pradesh), Dec 25, (ANI): The police in Noida has prohibited any religious activity, including offering of Friday prayers by Muslims, in a public park.
In light of the relationship between religiosity (and intrinsic religiosity in particular), healthy behaviors, self-control, and gender, we hypothesize the following: 1) Non-Organizational Religious Activity and Intrinsic Religiosity will be positively correlated with Deep methods of studying, 2) Non-Organizational Religious Activity and Intrinsic Religiosity will be positively correlated with Strategic methods of studying, and 3) Gender differences in study skills will be replicated, with females scoring higher on the Deep and Strategic methods of studying.
There will be no religious activity at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral of Cubao in Quezon City for two days starting Thursday, August 30.
But if you're talking about a proselytizing gospel concert, that's a religious activity and you can't do it."
Women's Religious Activity in the Roman Republic by Celia E.
Though ritual meditation is part of several major religions, it doesn't have to be a religious activity. Dance Magazine spoke to three dancers about the benefits of their practice.
Social support was considered to be an important variable to control when examining religious activity as a predictor of alcohol abuse as religious participation creates the potential for heightened social support due to social involvement in church sponsored activities.
The district court also had not passed judgment on whether the visits violated the Constitution's ban on religious activities by the state, while the plaintiffs had argued that Koizumi paid homage at the Shinto shrine in his official capacity and the conduct constituted religious activity by the state, which is banned under the Constitution.
To argue as Niebuhr did that human religious activity cannot succeed in offsetting patterns of power inextricably woven into our human nature registers as a loss of faith in God's ability to commission us to act as the agents of this redemptive work.