On this Fifth Sunday of Easter, Michael Sennett reflects on how do we answer Jesus’ call to move forward in the storm of COVID-19 and a church that fails to include LGBTQ people if we do not know the way?
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In an open letter from Zurich, Switzerland, Catholic theologian Susanne Birke shared her experience as a “woman loving female” for Lesbian Visibility Day, which took place on April 26th.
The Fourth Sunday of Easter feels like a strange kind of in-between time. It’s even stranager this year because as we entered Holy Week, the entire world entered the Passion of Christ as we were collectively exposed to the atrocious impact of COVID-19.
Forty percent of Australian Catholics believe there are more than two genders, according to results from a new study.
One student posed a question along these lines: “Where are all the queer campus ministers? Why aren’t they standing up to administration when queer students are targeted or excluded?”
I have to admit, I felt like the Easter Grinch during the last few weeks of Lent, convinced that with all the pain and suffering in the world right now, Christ would stay in the tomb this time. After reflecting on today’s Gospel story of the Emmaus encounter, it brings me comfort to wonder if the disciples felt the same way that I feel now.
A new novel by author Maggie Hamand asks what would happen if an intersex Irish Catholic priest became pope–and pregnant.
And why were women the first to witness the resurrected Christ?
A recent report on LGBTQ history highlighted the lesbian identity of Jeanne Deckers, also known as “The Singing Nun” who achieved worldwide fame in the 1960s.
Fordham University recently announced that it will provide gender-inclusive housing options for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year, student newspaper The Observer reported.
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