Proudly Blogging Catholics—Sharing the LGBT Good News: A Trans-Atlantic Meetup!

The editors of two blogs that cover Catholic LGBT issues will be hosting an opportunity for readers of both sites to gather an share ideas and perspectives.  The event, entitled “Proudly Blogging Catholics—Sharing the LGBT Good News,” will be held in London, England, in June, and all readers and friends of these blogs in that vicinity are invited to attend.

Queering The Church editor Terence Weldon and Bondings 2.0 editor Francis DeBernardo will discuss the joys and challenges of covering the world of Catholic LGBT news and opinion, followed by a wide-ranging discussion of issues raised by participants.

This trans-Atlantic meetup will be held:

Monday, June 13, 2016, 6:30-8:30 p.m. 

Parish Hall of the Jesuit Church of the Immaculate Conception (Farm Street Church)

114 Mount Street    London, United Kingdom, W1K 3AH


Come to discuss current events, on-going debates, and hopes for the future!

Refreshments will be served.

RSVP: [email protected]

Stay tuned for additional blog meetups in the U.S. this summer!

–Bob Shine, New Ways Ministry


6 replies
  1. Paula Mattras
    Paula Mattras says:

    Some time ago I read an article about freedoms in America. It boiled down to this: no one was ever handed a “right to….” – rather each right was fought for – beginning with a revolution for freedom from England. We went on to win the women’s right to vote, civil rights for African Americans, etc. How wonderful there are so many on the “same side” of this issue as well as others on both sides of the Atlantic. Via con Dios. Our prayers go with you.


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