Queer Latinx Catholics are finding new ways to cultivate spiritual joy by placing an emphasis on the Gospels, nurturing personal spirituality, and building supportive relationships.
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Sr. Jeannine Gramick has offered a future vision for the Catholic Church where queer couples will partake in sacramental marriage.
Officials at a Catholic school in England have considered firing teachers now striking over the school’s decision to ban a gay author. Elsewhere, the government has begun investigating the school over governance issues.
As Holy Week descends upon us, I think of Jesus’ words in the context of a wave of legislation in the U.S. that is attempting to attack the most vulnerable in our LGBTQ community.
An Australian Catholic secondary school has committed itself to providing a safe space for LGBTQ students, exemplified in its support for a transgender student in their community.
LGBTQ+ Catholics call church members to welcome others in community instead of resorting to self-righteous acts of judgment.
Over the past few years, members of the LGBTQ Catholic community around the globe have been watching how Germany’s church leaders, organizations, and laity are leading the way on progressive measures for LGBTQ equality. Inevitably, the question arises: “How is that happening there when in other places we still struggle?”
Let’s dream, as Moses did, of that reality we may never see, but that will exist for our children, and our children’s children…
How do these forms of LGBTQ erasure and dehumanization come to exist in a teaching document written within the last five years?
“Hidden Mercy” is a timely work, and its stories call us to action. Michael O’Loughlin’s work provides hope for a new future.
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