So, what exactly are humanists? | Irish Examiner. (you can read the whole article at the link above)
n a few months, anyone in Ireland should be able to get legally married by a humanist (or any other suitable non-religious) celebrant. Following an amendment to the 2004 Civil Registration Bill last month, the Humanist Association [...]
Republic of Ireland abandoning religion faster than almost every other country in the world – Europe – World – The Independent.
The Irish commitment to the Catholic religion is fast draining away, according to a new poll which points to a dramatic plunge in those who regard themselves as religious.
Worldwide, only Vietnam experienced a [...]
Will it ever be Ireland without a prayer?
It was the front page headline of The Times — “Christianity on the rack as judge bans public prayer” — that captured the mood of conservative Britain this week. ‘We’re doing 10 times more humanist wedding ceremonies than we were doing as recently as five years ago. [...]
New President of Ireland includes Humanist ‘reflection’ at inauguration | International Humanist and Ethical Union.
The inauguration of Michael D. Higgins as President of Ireland on Friday, November 11 2011, broke new ground by including a ‘reflection’ by a Humanist. Susie Kennedy, a representative of the Humanist Association of Ireland, spoke at the ceremony immediately [...]