Catherine Dunphy is the Associate Humanist Chaplain at the University of Toronto, a founding member of the Clergy Project, and its former acting Executive Director. She was trained as a Roman Catholic Chaplain and is currently writing a book, Apostle to Apostate, about the founding of the Clergy Project and her experience of losing her faith.
Catherine was featured in an article by the Religion News Service, and has appeared on CBC Radio, CTV News Chanel, and BBC Belfast. She is happy to speak on her new book, the founding of the Clergy Project, as well as the topics below.Atheism & Secularism, Philosophy, Religion
Subtopics: Coming out atheist, Ethics & morality, Leaving religion, Meaning of life
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