Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lesbian and Gay Catholics Oppose Catholic Bishops support of discrimination

The Rainbow Sash Movement disagrees with the US Conference of Catholic Bishops when it says you can’t have gay rights and the right of women to choose while maintaining religious liberty under the first Amendment. This type of bigotry betrays … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the LGBT Community on Pride Month

June is Pride Month, for the International Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Community. It is a celebration of our human dignity. While Pride month sparks many parades, celebrations, prayer services, and reminders of our past, we continue to look to the future with a … Continue reading

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Ontario Catholic Bishops finally agrees with the Gay Rights Movement on bullying

The Rainbow Sash Movement (Gay/Lesbian Catholics) applauds the Catholic Bishops of Ontario, Canada. We are glad that Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto said that parochial schools would comply. We believe this is the only mature and responsible response to the … Continue reading

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The Cost of Discipleship

Has discipline replaced love and charity as the hard edge of discipleship? Does the pastoral practice of love and charity out way the practice of discipline, or is authority at odds with love when it comes to Church discipline? In … Continue reading

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US Nuns Reject Vatican Criticism

The board of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), which represents most nuns in the United States, rejected a report from the Vatican that found they were running afoul of church doctrine. They completely rejected the Vatican’s claim of … Continue reading

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