I was born and raised Catholic, but drifted away from the faith in my teenage years. I studied theology pretty heavily in university and in one semester learned much, much more about the doctrines, history and faith of the Catholic church than in years of forced 'religion classes' in high school. What I learned, and what Mr. Fry's speech beautifully outlines, is why as a moral being I could never participate in such a farce ever again.
"Religion belonged to the infancy of the human race." Sigmund Freud.