While some preschool programs are offered through the public school system, most are offered through private or religious institutions.
Landmarks include numerous temples, shrines, and religious institutions.
Sushila Bohra is a renowned social worker giving her valuable services to many Social ,educational and religious Institutions.
Many non profits are associated with highly esteemed charitable and religious institutions.
Ecklund said the study's findings will help the public better understand the role that religious institutions play in society.
Charities, other than religious institutions, can elect to use the expenditure test under IRC 501(h).
What remains is for women to morally confront religious institutions for their "sins" against women.
My guest was a live by religious institutions, aid to the refugees from Vietnam.
Some religious institutions do not allow alterations to the wedding ceremony, such as personally written vows or poetry readings.
Most affluent students attend private schools, often sponsored by religious institutions.
Some religious institutions like the Catholic Church make heavy use of candles during their services.
Since the founding of America, religious institutions have been at the forefront of many political movements.
Income tax also applies to the religious institutions, associations, foundations, chambers, unions, political parties and other non-profit organizations.
Historically religious institutions, including national universities such as Notre Dame were founded to train spiritual leaders.
He lectures at the invite of the worldwide educational and religious institutions.
During this time pieces were cut off and given to other religious institutions in Italy.
There are also some religious institutions that keep genealogical information on databases and in files.
Some religious institutions do not allow alterations with the wedding rites such as including reading poetry during the ceremony.