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After only a short while in office, he closed down all parochial schools in France. Then he had parliament reject authorisation of all religious orders. This meant that all fifty-four orders in France were dissolved and about 20, members immediately left France, many for Spain. Exposed as the Affaire Des Fiches , the scandal undermined support for the Combes government, and he resigned. It also undermined morale in the army, as officers realized that hostile spies examining their private lives were more important to their careers than their own professional accomplishments.

Radicals as they called themselves achieved their main goals in they repealed Napoleon's Concordat. Church and State were finally separated. All Church property was confiscated. Religious personnel were no longer paid by the State. Public worship was given over to associations of Catholic laymen who controlled access to churches. However, in practice, masses and rituals continued to be performed.

A law instituted the separation of Church and State and prohibited the government from recognising, salarying, or subsidising any religion. The Briand-Ceretti Agreement subsequently restored for a while a formal role for the state in the appointment of Catholic bishops, but evidence for its exercise is not easily obtained. Prior to , the — Concordat compelled the State to support the Catholic Church , the Lutheran Church , the Calvinist Church , and the Jewish religion , and to fund public religious education in those established religions.

For historical reasons, this situation is still current in Alsace-Moselle , which was a German region in and only joined France again in Alsace-Moselle maintains a local law of pre statutes which include the Concordat : the national government salaries as state civil servants the clergy of the Catholic diocese of Metz and of Strasbourg , of the Lutheran Protestant Church of Augsburg Confession of Alsace and Lorraine , of the Protestant Reformed Church of Alsace and Lorraine , and of the three regional Israelite consistories , and it provides for now non-compulsory religious education in those religions in public schools and universities.

For also historical reasons, Catholic priests in French Guiana are civil servants of the local government. Religious buildings built prior to at taxpayers' expense are retained by the local or national government, and may be used at no expense by religious organisations. As a consequence, most Catholic churches, Protestant temples, and Jewish synagogues are owned and maintained by the government.

The government, since , has been prohibited from funding any post religious edifice, and thus religions must build and support all newer religious buildings at their own expense. Some local governments de facto subsidise prayer rooms as part of greater "cultural associations".

An ongoing topic of controversy is whether the separation of Church and State should be weakened so that the government would be able to subsidise Muslim prayer rooms and the formation of imams. Advocates of such measures, such as Nicolas Sarkozy at times, declare that they would encourage the Muslim population to better integrate into the fabric of French society.

Opponents contend that the state should not fund religions. Furthermore, the state ban on wearing conspicuous religious symbols, such as the Islamic female headscarf , in public schools has alienated some French Muslims, provoked minor street protests and drawn some international criticism. In the late s after the close of the Algerian war, hundreds of thousands of Muslims, including some who had supported France Harkis , settled permanently to France.

They went to the larger cities where they lived in subsidized public housing, and suffered very high unemployment rates. For the next three convulsive weeks, riots spread from suburb to suburb, affecting more than three hundred towns Nine thousand vehicles were torched, hundreds of public and commercial buildings destroyed, four thousand rioters arrested, and police officers wounded. Traditional interpretations say these race riots were spurred by radical Muslims or unemployed youth. Another view states that the riots reflected broader problem of racism and police violence in France.

In March , a Muslim radical named Mohammed Merah shot three French soldiers and four Jewish citizens, including children in Toulouse and Montauban. In January , the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo that had ridiculed the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, and a neighborhood Jewish grocery store came under attack from radicalized Muslims who had been born and raised in the Paris region. World leaders rally to Paris to show their support for free speech. Analysts agree that the episode had a profound impact on France. The New York Times summarized the ongoing debate:.

So as France grieves, it is also faced with profound questions about its future: How large is the radicalized part of the country's Muslim population, the largest in Europe? How deep is the rift between France's values of secularism, of individual, sexual and religious freedom, of freedom of the press and the freedom to shock, and a growing Muslim conservatism that rejects many of these values in the name of religion? As of the s Buddhism in France was estimated to have between 1 million Ministry of the Interior strict adherents and 5 million people influenced by Buddhist doctrines, [54] very large numbers for a Western country.

Many French Buddhists do not consider themselves "religious". It was the largest Buddhist temple in Europe at that time. Vajradhara-Ling in Aubry-le-Panthou , Orne. Early Christianity was already present among the Gauls by the 2nd century; Irenaeus , bishop of Lugdunum Lyon , detailed the deaths of ninety-year-old bishop Pothinus and other martyrs during the persecution in Lyon which took place in The Gaulish church was soon established in communion with the bishop of Rome. With the Migration Period of the Germanic peoples , the Gauls were invaded by the Franks , who at first practised Frankish paganism.

Their tribes were unified into a kingdom, which came to be called France , by Clovis I.

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He was proclaimed the king of the Franks in , after having been baptised in by Remigius , bishop of Reims. Roman Catholicism was made the state religion of France. This made the Franks the only Germanic people who directly converted from their paganism to Roman Catholicism without first embracing Arianism , which was the first religion of choice among Germanic peoples in the Migration Period. In , Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne as the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire , forming the unified political and religious foundation of Christendom , medieval European Christian civilisation, and establishing in earnest France's long historical association with the Catholic Church, for which it was known as the "eldest daughter of the church" throughout the Middle Ages.

During the First French Empire — , the Bourbon Restoration — and the following July Monarchy — , Roman Catholicism was made again the state religion, and maintained its role as the de facto majority religion during the Second French Republic — and the Second French Empire — In a study sponsored by two Catholic newspapers, the scholars Cleuziou and Cibois estimated that Catholics represented According to the same study, The Reims Cathedral , built on the site where Clovis I was baptised by Remigius , functioned as the site for the coronation of the Kings of France.

During the French Revolution it was largely destroyed and only approximately one-tenth the tower on the right remains of the original building, which was the largest church building in medieval Europe, surpassed only by St. Peter's Basilica in the 17th century. According to a survey by Ifop, in people out of the 37, interviewed or 2. In a study regarding the various religions of France, based on 51 surveys held by the Ifop in the period , so based on a sample of In the other departments this presence is residual, with, for example, only 0.

Anglican church in Nice , Alpes-Maritimes. Lutheran church of Rothau , Bas-Rhin. Lutheran church of Sarreguemines , Moselle. Lutheran church of Wangen , Bas-Rhin. The Eastern Orthodox Church in France is represented by several communities and ecclesiastical jurisdictions. Different Eastern Orthodox churches have separate jurisdictions and organisations in France, the oldest among them being the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of France under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. Oriental Orthodox Christianity in France is represented by several communities and ecclesiastical jurisdictions.

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The European Court on Human Rights reckoned , "regular and occasional" Jehovah's Witnesses in France [65] and according to their official website, there are , ministers who teach the Bible in the country. A survey held by Institut Montaigne and Ifop found that 6.

According to the same survey, Mosque of Massy , Essonne. Mosque of Bagnolet , Paris.

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In , 0. France was a center of Jewish learning in the Middle Ages, but persecution increased as the Middle Ages wore on, including multiple expulsions and returns. During the late 18th-century French Revolution , France was the first country in Europe to emancipate its Jewish population. Antisemitism persisted despite legal equality, as expressed in the Dreyfus affair of the late 19th century. During World War II , the Vichy government collaborated with Nazi occupiers to deport numerous French and foreign Jewish refugees to concentration camps.

The majority of French Jews in the 21st century are Sephardi and Mizrahi North African Jews , many of whom or their parents emigrated since the late 20th century from former French colonies of North Africa after those countries became independent. They migrated to France beginning in the late 20th century. They span a range of religious affiliations, from the ultra-Orthodox Haredi communities to the large segment of Jews who are entirely secular and who commonly marry outside the Jewish community.

Synagogue of Thann , Haut-Rhin. Synagogue of Metz , Moselle. Synagogue of Wolfisheim , Bas-Rhin. Paganism , in the sense of contemporary Neopaganism , in France has been described as twofold, on one side represented by ethnically identitary religious movements and on the other side by a variety of witchcraft and shamanic traditions without ethnic connotations. Modern French Pagans of the identitary movements hearken back to this meaning. Identitary Pagan movements are the majority and are represented by Celtic Druidry and Germanic Heathenry , many of whom uphold the idea of a superiority of the white race and of the Indo-Europeans.

They are aligned with the Nouvelle Droite political movement, espousing the idea that each ethnically-defined folk has its own natural land and natural religion. Other politically-engaged Pagans include Pierre Vial, who with other members of the National Front was among the founders of Terre et Peuple.

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Some of these groups have been banned, including the Children of God. Antoinist temple of Tours , Indre-et-Loire. In there were 2, mosques in France, up from 2, in In , Dalil Boubakeur , rector of the Grand Mosque of Paris , said the number should be doubled to accommodate the large and growing population of French Muslims. Financing to the construction of mosques was a problematic issue for a long time; French authorities were concerned that foreign capital could be used to acquire influence in France and so in the late s it was decided to favour the formation of a "French Islam", though the law on religions forbids the funding of religious groups by the state.

She supported the public participation in financing an Islamic cultural centre in Marseille to encourage Muslims to develop and use French learning materials, in order to thwart foreign indoctrination. Even secular Muslims and actors of civil society were to be represented by the centre. France came to an uproar in January, , when eight writers and cartoonists were shot dead by two terrorists who raided the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

For years, it had been threatened by Muslims fundamentalists for publishing cartoons criticizing Prophet Muhammad. Condemnation of this attack was unanimous in the West but in Muslim countries, some militants approved, stating was right to kill those who insult the Prophet. Elisabeth Auvillain argues, "This massacre raised significant questions about freedom of expression and respect for religion. Are cartoonists allowed to ridicule God or is religion forbidden ground for the critic? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. No religion Islam 5. The rise in religious conservatism is not the only reason for the setbacks of the past twenty years.

Law No. The discriminatory personal status laws governing marriage, divorce, custody, and inheritance in Egypt deny women many of the rights protected under international human rights law.

Throughout the Middle East and North Africa, these laws have institutionalized the inferior status of women in the family, undermining their legal standing in both the private and public realms. Personal status laws treat women essentially as legal minors under the eternal guardianship of male family members. One of these reforms included Law 44, establishing polygyny as a ground for divorce in itself. This is a fact. You cannot deprive him of it. God says that the best of you will never use this power. Domestic violence is a widespread and commonly accepted phenomenon in Egypt.

The findings of the survey were startling. Forty percent of women between the ages of fifteen to nineteen and 20 percent of women forty to forty-nine years old reported being beaten during pregnancy. Women with only a primary school education or no education were three or more times more likely to be abused as compared with women who had completed secondary or higher education.

The Survey also assessed attitudes toward violence. It found that violence was so normalized in Egyptian society that nearly 86 percent of the women surveyed thought that husbands were justified in beating their wives under certain circumstances. On average, 70 percent of the women surveyed between the ages of fifteen to forty-nine felt that husbands were justified in beating wives who refused sex.

While these figures are high, they are perhaps not surprising. Current governmental practice denies Egyptian women the opportunity to become judges.

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Their exclusion from the bench is not codified in any law religious or secular or in the constitution, but is simply a matter of standard practice based on stereotypical and biased views about women. A year later, Tahany al-Gebali remains the only female sitting judge in Egypt. Her appointment does not appear to have opened the door for the appointment of a future generation of female Egyptian judges. Judges and other representatives of the Ministry of Justice were outspoken in their opposition to the inclusion of women on the judicial bench.

They gave deeply discriminatory reasons for why women should not be criminal prosecutors or judges. One judge who did not wish to be named told Human Rights Watch:.

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The nature of judicial work is very exhausting and requires that a judge not have his home in mind. The home is the place of freedom and creativity.

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The outside world is the place of conformity and fads and trends and all forms of slavery, political and commercial and cultural. In What's Wrong with the World , Chesterton says that the problem is not that man has lost his way—man has always lost his way—the problem is that man has lost his address.

We are plagued by purposelessness. Along with that we have lost the purpose of education. The school has not only lost the purpose of education, it has lost the truth. It is not that public school is evil; it is that it no longer does what a school is supposed to do. The teacher is supposed to work on behalf of the parent, not instead of the parent, and certainly not against the parent. And the private schools have basically copied the public schools in this regard, only with a higher tuition.

And saddest of all, most Catholic schools have merely aped the other private schools as well as the public schools. Even the extra religion class has been separated from everything else, rather than integrated into the whole. The whole truth of things is not taught. And the problem is that most parents, even though they know the system is not working, feel powerless, and simply put up with it. We have succumbed to the huge modern heresy of altering the human soul to fit the conditions of the modern world, instead of altering the conditions of the world to fit the human soul.

It might be stated thus: It is standardisation by a low standard. The solution?