Take us to church 😇
I know what's it's like to feel you have a secret that nobody can know about. I know what it's like to feel ashamed about being gay. I know what it's like to wonder if your silence about being gay is causing more harm than your ministry is causing good.
“Jeremy and Laurence have married because they love each other and are totally committed to each other,” Coward said in a
While it might be argued that the Pope Francis's understanding about human sexual orientation, especially LGBTQ's is expanding, and his concern for the dignity and humanity of LGBTQ people is genuinely shown, the pontiff is still a doctrinal conservative when it comes to women.
My book has generated a lot correspondence from people all over the world. Few have been negative. The rest are a combination of affirming supportive emails and emails from those who have been hurt by the Catholic Church's teaching on homosexuality.
As in the 2013 edition, the 2014 Orthodox Calendar features 12 months of hunky models striking scintillating poses alongside
The eight cardinals come from Italy, Chile, India, Germany, Democratic Republic of Congo, the United States, Australia, and
Throughout his discourse there was none of the clinical, distancing talk of gays and lesbians as “objectively disordered
It is inconceivable to me that we as a church are unwilling to connect the dots between the church's teaching on homosexuality and the way it's being implemented by members of the hierarchy and the harm it is causing to our LGBT youth.
The slogan "loud and proud" is often used in the gay community in an effort to counteract the oppression of others including the oppression of the Church. Might we as a Church come to support that culture, the culture of loud and proud over silence and shame?
In October 2010 I discovered the secret retreat where closeted gay Catholic priests meet in private once a year to let their hair down and be openly gay together for the week. As a gay former Catholic altar boy, I could not believe both the luck and horror of this discovery.
"Several years ago, a friend once asked me, "What is it you really want?" After a moment I replied, "I want to be out." My