It established twenty-five canons dealing with both religious and secular affairs.
This was not only the case in secular, but also in ecclesiastical affairs.
To fall or be thrown from one, denotes ill luck and disappointment in secular affairs.
In Buddhism, marriage is a secular affair, subject to local customs.
In early modern times, cardinals often had important roles in secular affairs.
He emerged as a forceful ruler who involved himself primarily in secular affairs.
By the 17th century, for example, English launchings were secular affairs.
Since when does the church mix in secular affairs here in Arkanar?
Volumes tended to focus more strongly on secular affairs, particularly science and technology, rather than matters of theology.
The mutual dependence of religious doctrine and secular affairs.