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Blog Aug, 30, 2016
Fired Lesbian Educator Sues New Jersey Catholic High School

A lesbian educator is suing a Catholic high school because earlier this year the school fired her for entering a same-gender marriage.

Blog Feb, 18, 2016
Strength To Be Faithful

The sun is setting a little later in the evening, but it sure is cold out. It must be Lent.

Given that, I think that we, as LGBTQ Christians, need to take some time to examine our theology of loss.

Blog Aug, 17, 2015
Good News For Two Catholic Educators In LGBT Employment Disputes

The trend of church workers losing their jobs in LGBT-related employment disputes is not slowing, but thankfully community responses and legal improvements are pushing back. Below, I offer updates on two previous incidents, including the implementation of a German bishops’ employment policy more welcoming of LGBT church workers.

Blog Jul, 22, 2015
Changing The Conversation On Catholic Church Workers’ Rights

It seems as if every few months, and sometimes weeks, Bondings 2.0 covers the story of a Catholic church worker who lost a job in an LGBT-related dispute made public.

Blog Jul, 13, 2015
Catholic School Fires Lesbian Who Is "Perfect Example Of Living A Religious Life"

A Catholic elementary school educator in the Philadelphia area has been fired because she legally married another woman in 2007.

Blog Apr, 24, 2015
I Was Fired From My Job Because I'm Gay

On March 18, I was fired for the first time in my life, and it had nothing to do with my job performance.

Blog Feb, 11, 2015
How One Pastor Broke The Silence About LGBTQ People

As the faith organizer for Equality Pennsylvania, I am honored to work with people of faith across the state of Pennsylvania to end discrimination against LGBTQ people.

Blog Jan, 27, 2015
Christians Care About Ending Discrimination

As the Faith Organizer for Equality Pennsylvania, I work with about 600 diverse clergy and over 1000 people of faith across the state of Pennsylvania who are working for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.

Blog Sep, 18, 2014
How One Pastor Moved From Silence To Advocacy For LGBT Equality

"The things which are most important don’t always scream the loudest." Bob Hawke

Religious voices that use holy scripture to demean our neighbors will not continue to be the loudest voices in our city. Chattanooga will know that all persons of faith are not like that.