Ireland faces a battle over secularization
CWN - November 11, 2011
Along with the customary prayers, Ireland's new President Michael Higgins invited a secular humanist to offer a meditation at his inauguration.
Columnist David Quinn sees that gesture as another indication of a major battle in Ireland between religious faith--especially the Catholic faith--and the forces of aggressive secularization.
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