Monthly Archives: September 2014

Chicago Gay Catholics Join US

The Rainbow Sash Movement will be sending a delegation to welcome our new Archbishop, Bishop Blase Cupich currently of Spokane, Washington. If you live in Chicago or the surrounding area and are interested in joining our delegation please contact us … Continue reading

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Chicago’s Catholic LGBT Community Challenges new Archbishop to Dialogue

For Immediate Release The Rainbow Sash Movement Invites Chicago’s new Archbishop to meet the political and religious leadership both Ecumenical and Intrafaith of LGBT Community In Chicago The Rainbow Sash Movement welcomes the appointment of Bishop Blase Cupich of Spokane, … Continue reading

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Cardinal George replacement has been named

It looks like that Cardinal Francis George’s replacement has been made by Pope Francis according to  the Associated Press.  Unlike George his replacement Bishop Bishop Blase Cupich of Spokane, Washington is known for being a centrist and a moderate.   The … Continue reading

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Fortunate Families???

The present situation within the Church’s ministry to the homosexual person is in a shambles. I think all serious and reasonable people within the Church believe it is time for a much needed maturation on the issue. Right now the … Continue reading

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Archbishop John Nienstedt must release the findings of an investigation into allegations that he engaged in sexual misconduct

The editorial staff at the National Catholic Reporter says Archbishop John Nienstedt should release the findings of an investigation into allegations that he engaged in sexual misconduct, including claims that he made unwanted sexual advances toward a former Twin Cities … Continue reading

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New York St. Patrick’s Parade Turnaround on Homophobia

After years of strong resistance, organizers of New York’s St. Patrick’s Day parade on Wednesday said gays and lesbians will be allowed to march under their own banner for the first time, and Cardinal Timothy Dolan — the parade’s grand … Continue reading

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