“It’s a position that essentially suggests freedom of religion is freedom from religion . . . That’s a crucial distinction and worrying in itself,” he said.
“They apparently want no prayers in school and that anyone without faith to not be impinged upon in any way by any religious content as if it were some kind of an infection that could be damaging to their health,” he said.
Monday 16 July 2012
As reported in the Irish Times today, Bishop Leo O’Reilly of Kilmore inadvertently tells it like its, when discussing Irish government plans for reducing Catholic control of national schools: