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Why I Stay:  Pushing Back Against Those Who Would Treat Us Like Dogs

January 20, 2019

“Why does the mercy of God fall so heavily on some while the rest of us crawl in the dust begging for that mercy—begging to be treated like dogs if not human beings? How do you find faith in a God whose disciples would send you away?”

Bishop Rejects Claims of Gay Subculture in Diocese, But Falls Short of Universal Denial

January 19, 2019

The bishop of San Diego has rejected parishioners’ claims that a gay subculture exists among the diocese’s priests and seminarians and refused to blame the clergy sexual abuse scandal on gay priests.

Coming Out at an All-Boys Catholic High School–And Getting a Standing Ovation

January 18, 2019

“Announcing yourself to the world is pretty terrifying. What if the world doesn’t like you?”

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Spiritual Gems of Belgium and Germany

An LGBT-friendly pilgrimage led by Sister Jeannine Gramick as a journey of spirituality, history, culture, and friendship.

April 22-30, 2019

This trip is Sister Jeannine Gramick’s 16th pilgrimage, and past participants have praised them for not only the amazing places they have visited, but for the spirit of community and friendship which develop on each journey.  Through daily Mass and occasional group sharing of experiences and perspectives,  participants have forged connection with one another that have lasted for years.

For more information and to register, click here.

Trans-forming Love

A program of education, dialogue, and prayer about welcoming transgender people.

The goal of this program is to reflect on how we as Catholics can respond pastorally to transgender people. The program includes information on gender identity and development, pastoral outreach, and spiritual dimensions. No prior knowledge is needed. There will be Q&A sessions, small group discussions, and informational handouts.

 For more information and to host a program, click here.

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