The Humanist Association of Ireland (HAI), based in Dublin, is a national organization that promotes the ideals and values of humanism and advocates for non-religious Irish.
The Rev. Gerry O’Hanlon is the author of The Recession and God: Reading the Signs of the Times and is director of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice in Dublin. Contact through the center.
Douglas Gresham of Dublin, Ireland, is Lewis’ stepson and a co-producer of the upcoming film. He wrote Jack’s Life: The Life Story of C.S. Lewis (Broadman & Holman, October 2005) and Lenten Lands: My Childhood With Joy Davidman and C.S. Lewis (HarperSanFrancisco, 1994). Gresham works full time for the C.S. Lewis Co. and, with his wife, Merrie, runs Rathvinden Ministries […]
Crawford Gribben is a director of the Trinity Millennialism Project at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.
Why should the secular media cover religion? By Gayle White The Atlanta Journal-Constitution* Why should the secular media cover politics? Or science? Or sports? Because they are part of human life and contribute to the order of society. Often, religion provides the “why” in the equation of a story. Faith motivates people, groups and, at […]
Report on religion in Northern Europe.
Report on religion in Ireland.
Seeks to improve the public conversation about Muslims and intercultural relations in the U.S. and Europe by providing evidence-based arguments, facts and research findings from reputable sources.
Creates opportunities to exchange perspectives on issues such as migration, diversity, community cohesion, inter-cultural and inter-faith dialogue and pluralism in European societies. Primary goal is to acknowledge present and past contributions of diverse communities and cultures, and especially of Muslims, in shaping contemporary European society. Activities include panel debates, conferences, expert workshops, research and exchange programs.