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Would St. Oscar Romero Use the Term “LGBT” and Recognize a Queer Couple’s Love?

October 15, 2018

His cause stalled for nearly four decades, the institutional church finally recognized yesterday what the people of God have known all along: Monseñor Oscar Romero is a saint! With the Synod on Youth underway in Rome, I suggest here that this newly-canonized, but longtime saint can lead us forward towards LGBT liberation.

Should LGBT People Be Pastorally Accompanied by Guides or Listeners?

October 14, 2018

Pastoral ministers should accompany LGBT people. But should they do that by guiding or listening? Why is that an important distinction?

Bishop: Church Should Welcome Lesbian/Gay People, But Also Call Them to Conversion

October 13, 2018

At yesterday’s synod press briefing, Bishop Robert Barron said, “”The church’s first move in regard to everybody,” including gay and lesbian people “is to reach out and say just that, ‘You’re a beloved child of God.’ ” But that’s not all he said.

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New Language for Old Truths

A retreat for LGBT Catholics, families, pastoral ministers, and allies, led by Redemptorist Fr. Tony Flannery.

November 9-11, 2018 | Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth, Wernersville, PA

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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

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Gracious Embodiment:  Embracing Capacious Sexuality

A dialogue among lesbian sisters, congregational leaders, and formation and vocation ministers.

November 16-18, 2018 | Siena Retreat Center, Racine, WI

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