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Nonbinary Delegate to Germany’s Synodal Way Shares Hopes, Concerns About Process

It‘s a special kind of joy to be connected to other queer people in church in this way. For me, the visibility of other trans and nonbinary people especially gives me hope and renews my conviction that I‘m fighting for the right reasons.

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Germany’s Synodal Way Advances Documents Seeking Pro-LGBTQ Church Reforms

Delegates of Germany’s Synodal Way voted for three LGBTQ-positive texts last week, including calls for the church to bless LGBTQ couples and reconsider teachings on homosexuality.

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Majority of Synodal Way’s Sexuality Forum Wants Same-Gender Blessings, Says Co-Chair

A co-chair of the German Synodal Way’s working group on sexuality said that a majority of the forum’s members had expressed support for blessing same-gender couples, even after the Vatican attempted to ban such blessings.

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German Bishop Hopes for Development in Church Teaching on Sexuality, But Is Synodal Way the Source?

Yesterday, Bondings 2.0 reported on a working document in the German church’s Synodal Way process that was about sexuality and relationships, and which has potentially to significant advance LGBTQ inclusion in the church. Today’s post features two reactions to that document, as well as one other story from Germany.

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Working Document from Germany’s Synodal Way Speaks Positively of Same-Gender Relationships

Participants in Germany’s Synodal Way included a working document on sexuality and relationships during regional meetings this month that, if approved later, could move the church forward significantly on LGBTQ inclusion and questions of sexuality more generally.

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As Germany’s Synodal Way Approaches, Lessons from a Gay Priest’s Coming Out

With Germany’s synodal process set to begin this Advent, which will examine sexual morality among other topics, one gay priest’s coming out story reveals how honesty, authenticity, and encounter could powerfully benefit that nation’s Catholics and the church generally.