It’s Secular Sunday, the only newsletter approved by Atheist Ireland.
In this issue:
- Upcoming Events
- Have Your Say
- The Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn has issued a press release outlining an action plan in response to the report of the Advisory Group to the Forum on Patronage and Pluralism in the Primary Sector. Read it here. You can follow Atheist Ireland’s ongoing efforts to ensure all children in Ireland can receive an education free of religious indocrination at our website Teach, Don’t Preach.
- Last Thursday Dublin Atheists in the Pub hosted David Horgan who talked about his upcoming film Jesus The Remake, and Jennifer McCreight of Blag Hag on the particularly topical subject of feminism and atheism. We’ll have videos of this event soon.
- Thursday 28 June, 1:00 pm, Science Gallery, Dublin 2 (map) The Science of Discworld. This event featuring Terry Pratchett is now sold out. Read more
- Saturday 30 June, 10:00 am, Teachers Club, Parnell Square, Dublin 1 (map) Dublin Offlines: Speaking out against the Scientology cult Ex-members of the cult of Scientology speak out against its fraud and abuse. Facebook event page
- Sunday 1 July, 4:00 pm, Buswell’s Hotel, Dublin 2 (map)
The monthly meeting of the Humanist Association of Ireland. All are welcome.
- Thursday 12 July, 7:30 pm, The Bankers, Dublin 2 (map)
Dublin Atheists in the Pub. We’ll have details on our speaker soon.
Have Your Say
We want to hear from you. If you have a blog about atheism or skepticism, let us know and we may feature it. Even if you normally blog about knitting or celebrity pets but for some reason feel like posting something atheistic, tell us so we can share it with an appreciative audience. If you’ve been emailing PZ Myers with your “Why I am an atheist” story and haven’t got a response, send it on to us instead and we can post it on our website. Or if you think you can speak to a bunch of – mostly friendly – atheists about a relevant topic in an entertaining and informative way, we’d be glad to give you the chance. Just send us an e-mail and soon you could be very slightly famous.
That’s all for this week. Till next time.
Editor, Secular Sunday