secularism

Godless congregations are organizing online trivia nights, book club meetings and pub nights to promote human connection during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A publicly funded retirement home in Vesoul, France, reportedly told a nun she needed to stop wearing religious clothing to be admitted.
Churches in the Netherlands have been converted into community centers, museums, apartment buildings and even gyms.
Quebec recently banned public servants from wearing religious symbols.
For atheists, humanists, Satanists and other secular folk, Christmas is a season for political activism.