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Laura and Eunan's wedding will be the first legal humanist ceremony in Northern Ireland and the first in the UK outside of Scotland.
Initially there is tension between the book's two focus groups, popes and humanists, which emerged from the difficulty of acquiring a permanent job and the marginal role of humanist studies in the Curia newly returned to Rome.
Many Humanist groups will be laying wreaths at the Remembrance Day ceremonies in the region Hopefully, we will finally see Humanist weddings in England being given official status and an end to one of the many forms of discrimination against the nonreligious which are taken for granted in our everyday lives.
TEESSIDE Humanists will be laying a wreath at the Stockton Cenotaph on November 11 for the first time in the Remembrance Day ceremony's history.
Niose, who was raised in a Irish-Italian Catholic home but drifted away from Catholicism as a young adult, and found the humanist positions about great life questions often coalesced with his own.
The humanist claim would be more credible if he did.
The interpretive chapters show how, from the time of the conflict itself right down to recent times, the Reuchlin case has been viewed from various perspectives: as an expression of the pervasive anti-Semitism in the world of sixteenth-century Europe; as a clash of rival intellectual systems, pitting humanists against entrenched academic and clerical authorities; and as a prelude to the Protestant Reformation, since the incident discredited the theological guardians of orthodoxy right at the beginning of the religious crisis.
Humanist leaders in the United States are alternately amused and horrified by LaHaye's smear campaign against them.
Sheila Solarin, the matron of the Nigerian Humanist Movement and the widow of the late humanitarian freethinker Tai Solarin, gave an excellent presentation on the importance of humanism.
1941 was the year the American Humanist Association was founded and the Humanist magazine was launched under the editorship of Edwin H.
Especially interesting for this reader was Busch's article which presents a careful account of the origins of a critical, medieval, lay historiography in the political concern for communal self-definition among urban laymen caught between Empire and Papacy, thus distinguishing a content that pre-humanist and humanist historiography could share from the stylistic issues of literary form and Latinity that particularly characterize humanistic productions.
Indeed, there is, I submit, a compelling need today to develop a new humanist political agenda.