Posts

Remembering Terrence McNally and His Controversial Depiction of Gay Men & Catholicism

he New York Times’ obituary of playwright Terrence McNally who died in late-March from COVID-19, recalled his many accomplishments, including multiple Tony awards and his ability to expand theater audiences’ horizons through his depictions of gay life. McNally was the creator of Corpus Christi, though, in a separate remembrance of the playwright  in Commonweal, Paul Baumann notes this controversial gay play was curiously absent from the Times’ recounting of McNally’s works.  Read More

Vatican Marks David Bowie's Passing By Praising Him

Even the Vatican has marked singer David Bowie’s passing, praising the artist whose life and... Read More

Remembering Bishop Sullivan’s LGBT Ministry

There have been a number of good obituaries for the recent passing of retired Brooklyn... Read More

Remembering Fr. Howard Hall, Pioneer of Catholic LGBT Ministry

Father Howard Hall, one of the pioneers of LGBT ministry in the Catholic church, has... Read More