Monthly Archives: June 2011

Catholic Bishops Need to Listen

The US Conference of Catholic Bishops needs to Listen. Please follow this link to the Rainbow Sash Movement News Podcast. Advertisements

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NY Gay Marriage – Archbishop Dolan The Big Loser

The Rainbow Sash Movement Podcast on New York Gay Marriage – Archbishop Dolan the Big loser.

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Can New York’s Catholic Charities Continue to discriminate against Gay Couples?

Since New York has passed Gay Marriage legislation will Catholic Charites state wide adoption/foster care programs be able to discriminate against Gay Couples, and will they be able to discriminate in partner benefits? Will New York’s Conference of Catholic Bishops … Continue reading

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Archbishop Dolan and the Catholic Bishops lose the Gay Marriage Debate In New York

The New York State Senate voted last evening for Gay Marriage. Archbishop Dolan loses the Gay Marriage debate to reason. Dolan was above engaging individuals of various opinions about Gay Marriage, while the opposition was not. Nearly 40 percent of … Continue reading

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Catholic Bishops of New York Dismiss Dialogue

The New York Catholic Conference is busy trying to confuse the issue on Gay Marriage in New York.  The Conference wishes to promote the idea that freedom of Religion requires that discrimination be allowed against Gay and Lesbian couples. Discrimination … Continue reading

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A Hot Summer for Catholic Bishops

Well it is starting out to be a hot summer not only weather wise, but also religiously speaking. In New York Archbishop Dolan has engaged in a hysterical response to the possibility of Gay Marriage being passed by that state senate. The … Continue reading

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Gay Catholics Respond to Cardinal O’Malley’s Homophobia

The Rainbow Sash Movement believes in the sanctity of human sexuality. So it was with some dismay that we respond to the recent column of Cardinal Sean O’Malley’s blog on the subject of Ministry to homosexual people within the Church. … Continue reading

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