Monthly Archives: August 2011

Homophobia and Ignorance are not of Jesus Christ

The debate that is playing out in the Illinois over whether or not the state’s adoption and foster care is accountable to the state or the Vatican is just another exercise on journey of Church vs. State when it comes … Continue reading

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Fr. Mychal Judge Gay Saint or Gay Sinner

Fr. Mychal Judge a Gay Saint or Gay Sinner, the question focuses on whether he honored his vows or not. Was he celibate or not? What we do know about him is that he did not self-identify as gay contrary … Continue reading

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Catholic Charities Promotes Bigotry

As Gay Catholics the Rainbow Sash Movement (RSM) is pleased with the ruling of Judge John Schmidt in which he said it did no matter what the Illinois Civil Union’s law said because a more basic issue was at play: … Continue reading

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Bigotry Justified by Good Works – Target?

Can bigots do good works? The answer to that question is of course they can, but does the good works make them any less a bigot. So when such groups as Focus on the Family uses both religious faith and … Continue reading

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Canadian Catholic Bishops Highlight Bigotry

The Rainbow Sash Movement is calling on both the Toronto Catholic District School Board and the Toronto Association of Parents in Catholic Education (TAPCE) to reject bullying against Gay and Lesbian Students. To do otherwise is a violation of the … Continue reading

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Archbishop Gomez of the Archdiocese of LA Calls for Immagraton Reform, but does he mean it?

Archbishop Gomez’s call for reform at the 129th Knights of Columbus National Conference in Denver will not be heard unless he is willing to show integrity with his message. The Knights of Columbus represent a falsification of the Gospel message … Continue reading

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