The British converted it into an Anglican Church in 1795 and in 1949 it joined the fraternity of the Church of South India.
Freedom, democracy and fraternity are people's slogans and globalization and liberalization are the slogans of imperialism.
the ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity
Even the criminal fraternity must be repulsed by this crime and must be setting their minds to exposing the person who did this as soon as possible.
They belong to the Greek Orthodox fraternity , which shares control over the church with other denominations but is the dominant force within the sacred site.
Funding would support new systems in college dormitories as well as fraternity and sorority housing.
members of the hunting fraternity
He has the knack of sharing information in a readable and entertaining way, so that the subject does not seem too technical and boring even to readers outside the fishing fraternity .
The story that I want to tell is the story of liberty, equality and fraternity , which seemed to me to be the governing virtues of the order today.
It is a passion shared by an exclusive fraternity to which the geographical accident of birth in a traditional hurling area is the only passport.