"stranger" Spanish translation
Ex 20, 12-17), especially the poor, the stranger, the orphan and the widow (cf.
Jesus' demanding assertion: "I was a stranger and you welcomed me" (Mt 25:35) retains
God is attentive to the cry of the poor and in return asks to be listened to: He asks for justice towards the poor (cf. Sir 4,4-5, 8-9), the stranger (cf. Ex 22,20), the slave (cf.
Jesus' demanding assertion: "I was a stranger and you welcomed me" (Mt 25:35) retains its power in all circumstances and challenges the conscience of those who intend to follow in his footsteps.
It is not strange to listen: “I am Catholic but I don’t follow the doctrine of the Church”.
He merely finds it very strange that someone should receive an invitation to spend some days on a yacht.
Mr President, it would look strange if I did not reply.
I can say that I have seldom been exposed to such intensive lobbying as in connection with this proposal, and that is by no means strange.
Mr President, it is strange to hear all the talk about European defence when we do not even have a common European foreign policy.
However, the way in which the EU military operation is taking shape in the Democratic Republic of Congo today is truly strange and odd to say the least.
The second point I wish to draw your attention to is one I find extremely strange.
Strange, Mr President, I do not think Mr Metten lives up to his fine words.
By chance, by a strange stroke of luck, we have the competent Commissioner here today.
This is strange for a Commission that claims to be so fond of its right of initiative.
The European Parliament is a little strange, and we apologize all the same for this.
For some strange reason, my name is missing from the register of attendance.
Mr President, today the people of Northern Ireland see a strange irony.
This is a strange response which seems inconsistent with the question asked by the Greeks.
This is rather strange, for leaks in the new system can be sprung in precisely those areas.
Mr President, the Thomas report has taken a somewhat strange turn.
I found that very strange because Europcar operates in all the new member countries.
What was strange was that so many sectors were taken out of the scope of the 1993 directive.
In the final analysis, therefore, the Sterckx report leaves a strange feeling.
It is strange that Parliament sits and we cannot understand you.
The strange thing is that the European Parliament is also going along with that idea.
That really is a strange position for a Member of Parliament to adopt!
That has, in fact, been the strange situation up to the present time.
Is that access still denied by a very strange interpretation of the 'Jones Act '?
What a strange democratic Europe it is when the failure to consult a people is regarded as a positive point!
It is strange to claim that if everyone is not included it would be impossible to bring into effect.
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Usage examples for "stranger" in Spanish
identified Himself with the poor, the sick, the naked, strangers, prisoners, or
To treat strangers with suspicion is to threaten the whole of European society.
For the Christian, acceptance of and solidarity with the stranger are not
But Parliament is no stranger to these little power games either.
It is true that this European Union is no stranger to illogical positions of this sort.
those who are different from us: the guest, the stranger, the immigrant,
Indeed, God clearly and repeatedly recommends hospitality and generosity towards the stranger (cf.
stranger and prisoners--is done to Him (cf. Mt 25:34-46).
“PILGRIMS AND STRANGERS IN THIS WORLD” (1Pt 2,11; Rb 6,2)
the loss of its own identity because of the rapid increase of these "strangers"
Be cautious when adding strangers to your friends list.
CHAPTER 4 “Pilgrims and strangers in this world” (Artt.
I would like to be able to share with everyone my conviction that, in our countries, no one is a stranger.
It is rumoured that you are no stranger to these countries yourself.
The Church is no stranger to this journey of discovery, nor could she ever be.
Although disasters on a larger scale occur on other continents, Europe is no stranger to them either.
I have to say I am angry at how some of our citizens treat these strangers.
Finally, I want to make the point that this issue is not the same as the issue of violence between strangers.
Pilgrims and strangers in this world 03.08.2008:
You see, Mr Tindemans, the man who is talking to you and the movement he is part of, are total strangers to racism.
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