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Catholic LGBTQ+ advocates have responded positively to the Vatican’s latest document on the Synod released last week, praising church officials for reflecting a real style of listening and humility in it.
The Vatican released the latest working document for the Synod on Synodality yesterday, which included LGBTQ+ issues at two points. The document is a signal for LGBTQ+ Catholics and allies to keep participating in the synodal process.
The Vatican’s Synod office posted LGBTQ-inclusive artwork to its social media channels recently, further evidence of the reality that LGBTQ+ issues have been appearing in synodal discourse worldwide.
This synodal process has exposed me in a new way to just how often LGBTQ+ Catholics are the foreigners who returned.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has released its national synthesis for the Synod on Synodality, which includes LGBTQ+ issues, although in a mixed way that is not entirely positive.
Yesterday, Bondings 2.0 reported on positive LGBTQ-related developments that occurred at the latest assembly of Germany’s Synodal Way. Today’s post looks more closely at one of the documents approved related to gender diversity.
An assembly of Germany’s Synodal Way passed several LGBTQ-affirming resolutions last weekend, though a main document calling for the church church to reconsider its sexual ethics failed to pass. In posts today and tomorrow, Bondings 2.0 will update readers on what happened and what it may mean.
Today’s post highlights LGBTQ-related findings from the national syntheses submitted to the Vatican for the Synod on Synodality.