Join a Live Discussion of Catholic LGBT Issues in a Neighborhood Near You!

This summer, there will be several opportunities for Bondings 2.0 readers to meet with Bondings 2.0 staff members and other readers in various parts of the U.S.

We’ve kicked off a series of blog meetups for readers to connect with one another and with our writers to do discuss current Catholic LGBT issues–the substance of Bondings 2.0.  We’ve already hosted two successful meetings in London, England, and Chicago, Illinois, during June.

The third meetup is scheduled for tomorrow in Columbus, Ohio.  See details below.

Come and be part of a live discussion about the issues that mean so much to you!

he following is a schedule of upcoming meetups:

Columbus, Ohio
Wednesday, August 3, 2016, 7:00-9:00 pm
Plaza Lounge of the Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square (2nd Floor)
79 East State Street
Columbus, Ohio
Staff moderator: Francis DeBernardo

Atlanta, Georgia
Wednesday, August 10, 2016, 7:00-9:00 pm
Southern Elements Restaurant at Hilton Atlanta Hotel (Lobby Floor)
255 Courtland Street, NE
Atlanta, Georgia
Staff moderators: Francis DeBernardo and Sister Jeannine Gramick

Boston, Massachusetts
Tuesday, August 16, 2016, 7:00-9:00 pm
St. Anthony Shrine
100 Arch Street (at Downtown Crossing)
Boston, MA
Staff moderators: Bob Shine

3 replies
    [email protected] says:

    Frank, Sister Jeannine, and all who are involved in this:  Thank you so much for all that you continue to do for our GLBTQ family and friends…….  You not only provide a flickering candle of hope in the darkness but also a flaming torch in the light as well.  Prayers wending your way for continued successes…………… Joy, gratitude and gentle blessings…. Paula 

  2. Dirk
    Dirk says:

    Noted and hopefully bonding’s readers will have the below live discussions in the Los Angeles Diocese sometime in the future ; being in mind that this diocese has the largest amount of Catholics (and presumably LGBT Catholics) of any diocese in the USA.


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