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For much of the last century, humanism, the belief in the possibility and potential contained in the human person, has been a dominant influence in Unitarian Universalism — bringing to the forefront of our thinking the importance of reason and the belief in the dignity and value of all people. This morning, we celebrate humanism in all its flavors, and the debt we owe to its influential leaders and thinkers.
Presented by: Rev. John Cullinan.