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12 Comments

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    Patrick Semple September 22, 2014

    I want to join Atheist Ireland but cannot find how to do it on your website. Please contact me.

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    brendan maher October 29, 2014

    Is my membership up to date?

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      Helen O Shea October 29, 2014

      Yes Brendan, your not due for renewal till june 1st 2015

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    John Lawlor December 28, 2014

    I have been an atheist for 40 years but never felt threatened by my non belief until the rise of entities like I S. I feel that if we do not work to secularise Irish society and disenfranchise ideas like Religion is a good and benign experience, the we Humanists will have ourselves to blame if and when Sharia Law envelopes us and as history shows, will be impossible to unshackle ourselves from.

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    Jonathan January 01, 2015

    I always understood blasphemy was a victimless crime.

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    Kieran March 07, 2015

    I’ve never felt the need to donate to organisations like this, but after researching the presence of the catholic church in Ireland, I would feel guilty if I didn’t give any money to help them. Keep fighting!

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    Michael Samuel Wall May 19, 2015

    How do I join, when I click to find the form the same page keeps coming up.

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      Helen O Shea May 19, 2015

      Click on the registration tab at the top of the page to join.

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    Tony shannon June 08, 2016

    the RC Church is alive and well in Ireland and waiting to make a comeback to their happy days of theocracy.
    See latest developements in Poland where the RC Church are trying the same now that the right wing JUSTICE (catholic) PARTY have regained power….the price of freedom is eternal vigilance. ..

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    Marcus Ua Donnghaile January 16, 2017

    This is the space-age not the bronze-age!

    What are we Irish doing worshipping some archaic, Judaic, mythological ludicrous, nonsense that makes no reference to us – crazy or what?

    “Faith is believing what U know ain’t so!” Mark Twain.

    Slán go fóill

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    DaveB January 22, 2017

    I’m considering joining, but I would prefer to get a face to face flavour of the tone and tenor before doing so.

    While raised catholic, some 40ish years ago when I was a kid, I discovered that Santa was not real, I experienced that “wait a minute” moment, does that not apply to your deity of choice also? After all, Santa leaves tangible gifts, deities do not as a rule. Oh, except for things like “grace” and “blessings” which cannot be defined in any way. I have been an active atheist online for a long time. Perhaps it is time to be an active atheist in flesh and blood. Meet like minded people and so forth.

    Suggestions? I would like to know what I am getting into before committing to it.

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      Helen O Shea January 22, 2017

      We host regular events around the country, which you can find on the event section of our website. Typcically you will find people at the information table who can fill you in on what Atheist Ireland does. You can also informally meet up and share a meal and chat at our brunches. For example the Dublin information table is on the first Saturday every month and the Dublin brunch is on the second Sunday of every month. You are more than welcome to drop in to either/both and say hi.

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