Monthly Archives: October 2012

Subsidiarity Points to Gay Rights

The Rainbow Sash Movement believes in the autonomy and dignity of the human individual. It is also our belief based on “Positive subsidiarity”, which holds that all other forms of society, from the family to the state, the Church and … Continue reading

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Open letter to HRC, GLAAD, and National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

Equally Blessed and HRC released separate reports on the Knights of Columbus; both appear to be saying the same thing. At first I like others thought this was a joint report, but apparently that is not the case. It did … Continue reading

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Why LGBT Roman Catholics should vote in the November 6, 2012 presidential election.

What divides the Catholic Vote has more to do with “prudential” judgments than Catholic Dogma. Catholics of every stripe make such judgments. The Catholic Bishops of the United States have indicated by statement after statement that they oppose abortion, gay … Continue reading

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Rainbow Sash Movement (LGBT Catholics) responds to the Bigoted Comments of Archbishop Cordleone on DOMA ruling

It was with great expectation that members of the Rainbow Sash Movement had waited to see if the newly elected Archbishop Cordileone of San Francisco would live up to his promise in the name of  St. Francis of Assisi: ‘Francis, … Continue reading

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Rainbow Sash Movement (LGBT Catholics) Takes on the Knights of Columbus

Under the mantle of Charity the Knights of Columbus have had a free pass on the issue of anti-gay bigotry “We can no longer allow intolerance to go unchallenged” said Joe Murray the Executive Director of the Rainbow Sash Movement. … Continue reading

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The Rainbow Sash Movement (LGBT Catholics) Challenges GLAAD to be more inclusive On Spirit Day – October 19th.

The Rainbow Sash Movement (LGBT Catholics) would like to ask GLAAD specifically why no national LGBT Catholic Organizations were approached to endorse their effort for “Spirit Day” on October 19, and more generally why other members of our Christian, Jewish, … Continue reading

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The New Evangelization an excuse for poor leadership.

Many Synod fathers want to fault outside agents such as rampant secularism as the agent of dissent within the Church. However to claim others are at fault when it comes to the dwindling number of Catholics worldwide, is like blaming … Continue reading

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