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Rather than opposing measures designed to protect people, we Christians should lead the way.
Queer people aren't accessories to debate — we're human beings, people of flesh and blood.
Drive-thru confessionals and online mass are some ways people are keeping faith during a pandemic.
"At this time of need ... Ramadan brings hope for people."
You're not with each other physically, but the family can still come together.
Offensive and harmful words are amplified by the internet, he says.
Young people — especially millennial men — are having less sex than previous generations.
Some families say the spooky day makes them "uncomfortable and frightened."
Faith communities need to acknowledge the harm that has been done, speak out and act justly towards LGBTQ people.