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Oct 23, 2014

We were sitting in Arby’s when it happened—a song played through the speakers that deeply touched my mother.

She dropped her fork, closed her eyes, and began to sway back and forth.

Blogger:Denise DonnellMississippi Faith Organizer, Human Rights Campaign
Oct 20, 2014

After signs of progress from the mid-term report of the Extraordinary Synod on Marriage and Family, the Vatican's final report significantly backtracks on LGBT issues from the promising draft.

Blogger:Francis DeBernardoExecutive Director, New Ways Ministry
Oct 16, 2014

Four years ago, beginning in October of 2010, we in the United States saw a rash of gay teenager suicides—Asher Brown, age 13, in Houston; Seth Walsh, also 13, in California; Billy Lucas and Justin Aaberg, both 15, from Indiana and Minnesota; and Tyler Clementi, age 18, a freshman just beginning his studies at Rutgers University.

Blogger:Rev. Pat BumgardnerSenior Pastor, Metropolitan Community Church of New York
Oct 22, 2014

"A drag queen, a lesbian rocker and a Catholic nun walk into a church..."

This might sound like the opening line of a joke, but on November 14, 15 and 16—that's exactly what's happening in New York City as Believe Out Loud joins Level Ground Film Festival to bring the Road Show to New York City.

Blogger:James RoweDirector, Believe Out Loud
Oct 17, 2014

Believe Out Loud is delighted to announce the hiring of Timothy DuWhite, Jr. as our new program associate. In this role, DuWhite will manage online engagement across Believe Out Loud's social networks and provide support across program areas.

Oct 21, 2014

As an immigrant, a woman, and a person of color, I know what a public show of solidarity can mean in the face of adversity. Ashamedly, there have been times when I did not offer such solidarity to others.

When I first became a Christian, I failed to be a public ally to LGBT people I loved dearly.

Blogger:AnaYelsi SanchezRegional Field Organizer, The Reformation Project
Oct 17, 2014

In reflecting over my ongoing sojourn with faith and sexuality, I realize that who I am and the area I seek to evolve is one that both disturbs and is disturbed, changes and is changed. 

Blogger:delfin w. bautistaDirector, Ohio University LGBT Center
Oct 14, 2014

For two weeks, Catholic leaders are gathering for The Extraordinary Synod on Marriage and Family to address “the pastoral challenge of the family in the context of evangelization.” On Monday, the Synod released a relatio, its mid-term report, which offers some hopeful directions in the way that Church leaders should address lesbian and gay people and their families.

Blogger:Francis DeBernardoExecutive Director, New Ways Ministry

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