Act should State that the official State Religion
in Ireland is Christian Ecumenism.
The Act should recognise the following denominations
Church of Ireland
Roman Catholic Church
Act should recognise each of these denominations
as being Christian in belief, Moral outlook, in
Religious practice, in behaviour and speech.
The Act should State that these denominations are
of equal status in Ireland, the one to the other.
The Act should recognise the freedom of worship
according to personal conscience.
The Act should State that in Ireland Church and
State are separate, the State having no authority
on the Church and the Church having no authority
on the State, but that the Irish clergy are subject
to Irish State Law.
The Act should stipulate as necessary that the Churches
be constitutionally neutral.
The Act should stipulate as necessary, that the
Churches comment jointly on Religious Spiritual
and Moral matters in Ireland, or on the State, or
the community where these are deemed by the Churches,
acting jointly to be unchristian in belief, moral
out look in Religious practice in behaviour or in
Under freedom of mind and freedom of choice, the
Act permits the Irish clergy to vote for a Party
of choice in either National or Provincial elections.
The Act forbids a Cleric to join a Political Party
or form a Political Party. If a Cleric wishes to
do this, he or she must first resign his or her
status as a Cleric.
The Act recommends that the denominations named
in the Act, pray at their main Religious Services
for the Crown Irish, for the Government, The Dail
and for the Provincial Government in which the Church
week, The Army, the Navy and the Air Force, and
the Orange Order.
Article 2: The Way of
Article 3: The Crown
Article 4: Rights, Freedoms
Article 5: The Legal
Article 6: Government
Article 7: Religion
Article 8: Policing
Article 9: The Army,
the Navy and the Air Force
Article 10: The Orange