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Question 1: Acolytes include include torch bearers, crucifers, ________, and boat bearers.
Liturgical bookGospel (liturgy)ThuriblePaschal candle

Question 2: Paragraph 31 of the dogmatic constitution ________ defines the laity as follows:
Lumen GentiumCatholic ChurchEast–West SchismPope John Paul II

Question 3: In the ________, these governing bodies range from a local Parochial Church Council, through Deanery Synods and Diocesan Synods.
Church of EnglandBishop of LincolnArchbishop of CanterburyArchbishop of York

Question 4: A person who is a member of a religious order who is not ordained legitimate clergy is considered as a member of the laity, even though they are members of a religious order (for example a ________ or lay brother).
NunRabbiVenerableThe Reverend

Question 5: [1]The Religions of ________ in Faith and Fact: V.
Ngo Dinh DiemVietnam WarSouth VietnamFirst Indochina War

Question 6: Due to their ________, they are members of God's family, the Church, and they grow in intimate union with God, "in" and "by means" of the world.
LutheranismInfant baptismProtestant ReformationBaptism

Question 7: In recent centuries, the term is often used more generally, in the context of any specialized ________, to refer to those who are not members of that profession.
ProfessionBritish qualified accountantsLicensureFirst professional degree

Question 8: The ________ taught that the laity's specific character is secularity, i.e.
Pope John Paul IIPope Benedict XVISecond Vatican CouncilCatholic Church

Question 9: In Anglicanism, the term "laity" refers to anyone who is not a ________, priest, or deacon, that is, the fourth order of ministers in the Church.

Question 10: In Buddhism, a layperson is known as an ________ (masc.) or upasika (fem.).
Householder (Buddhism)ŚrāvakaUpāsaka and UpāsikāBhikkhu

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