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Should Religion be a Compulsory Subject in our Secondary Schools?

Chairperson of Atheist Ireland Michael Nugent and Alan Whelan from the Catholic Secondary School Parents Partnership joined Shane Coleman to debate whether religion should be a compulsory subject in Irish secondary schools.

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12.41 22 Nov 2019


Should Religion be a Compulsory Subject in our Secondary Schools?


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12.41 22 Nov 2019


With recent news that history has become compulsory for secondary school students, we asked should the same be done with religion studies on this morning's programme.

Shane Coleman was joined by Chairperson of Atheist Ireland Michael Nugent and Alan Whelan from the Catholic Secondary School Parents Partnership to debate the subject.


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