Saturday, October 25, 2014
Tracey Wade-Greally and her husband, Conor Greally, are one of the couples whose choice of marriage ceremony has doubled the number of humanist weddin(...)
The State has witnessed a 100 per cent increase in humanist ceremonies over the past 12 months, with some 1,000 events taking place this year.Most of (...)
Patron de jour Educate Together has been under attack from an unlikely quarter these days.
Atheist Ireland has accused the organisation of misl(...)
The number of non-religious marriages taking place in the State has increased significnatly, according to official figures which will be published tod(...)
The constitutional offence of blasphemy should be replaced with a new general provision to include incitement to religious hatred, the constitutional (...)
Ireland’s crime of blasphemy is a “dead letter” that cannot be prosecuted, the constitutional convention has heard.
Dr Neville Cox of Trinity C(...)
The Constitutional ban on blasphemy will be discussed at the Constitutional Convention this weekend.The convention will also begin discussing more th(...)
A new law allowing for the legal recognition of non-religious marriage ceremonies is being frustrated by a delay in registering humanist celebrants, i(...)
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