Vote for the Best and Worst of 2015's Catholic LGBT News!

2015 is almost over–and what a year it has been for Catholic LGBT issues!   Marriage equality made amazing steps in the U.S. and Ireland. The Vatican’s synod on the family revealed some strong support for LGBT equality, as well as some shocking resistance.  LGBT church workers continued to lose their jobs.   And so much more!

On December 30th and 31st, Bondings 2.0 will review the news of the past year in the Catholic LGBT world by posting “The Worst of 2015″ and “The Best of 2015.”

Please help us prepare these posts by taking a moment to take the two one-question surveys below.  You can choose up to TEN responses to each question.  One of those responses can be “Other” where you can write-in your own selection. Please respond by 5:00 p.m., Eastern U.S. Time, Tuesday, December 29th.

If your memory needs refreshing about what happened this past year, just use the tools in the right hand column of this blog to find blog posts which correspond to each item.  You can search by clicking on a category, by using a search term, or by reviewing posts by month.

Thanks for your help with this project!  We look forward to reading your responses!



–Francis DeBernardo and Bob Shine, New Ways Ministry

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