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Blog Mar, 16, 2015
New Video Focuses On LGBT Catholics “Owning Our Faith”

A new video about sexuality and spirituality, aimed ultimately at Pope Francis as its audience, has been released on the web by a group of LGBT Catholics in New York City.

Blog Mar, 06, 2015
Historic Day For LGBT Elders? We’ll See!

Walking into the Eisenhower Office Building in the White House complex on February 10, I realized that I was crossing what has the potential to be a historic threshold for the LGBT community.

Blog Mar, 04, 2015
A Road Map Beyond Black History Month

Black History Month (which kicked off on Feb. 1) became a national annual observance in 1926. The goal of the month is to honor and celebrate the achievements of African-Americans.

Blog Mar, 03, 2015
Fasting Toward Reconciliation This Lenten Season

An oily black smudge on my forehead and my fingers looking like they'd cleaned a chimney were the indicators Ash Wednesday night that Lent had officially begun.

Blog Feb, 18, 2015
Coming Out: An Ash Wednesday Reflection

But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret

Blog Jan, 21, 2015
Sexuality & Faith: A New Course for Religious Leaders

The intersection of faith and sexuality is one that is often traveled with misconceptions and anxiety because the Church has mostly failed to offer thoughtful, helpful information and education. The Church has been more of a hindrance than a help when it comes to affirmation of our creation as God’s children of flesh and spirit. Gratefully, this is changing.

Blog Dec, 05, 2014
Trans Day Of Remembrance Is Over: Is Your Church Still Trans Inclusive?

Being visibly trans or gender non-conforming in the world means you have the privilege of dealing with a lot of people’s feelings about your presence more than you care to.

Blog Dec, 03, 2014
Stories Of Resilience From Queer Christian Women

After coming out in her evangelical church, Rachel Murr searched for others who have held onto faith after coming out in non-affirming Christian environments. Using memoir, research, and interviews, she wrote Unnatural: Spiritual Resiliency in Queer Christian Women. Here’s our interview with her:

Blog Nov, 20, 2014
A Prayer For Transgender Day Of Remembrance

Today, let us pray to whatever Universal energy, whatever God, whatever entity we feel resonates most with our intentions. Let us remember to hold space for all the trans people that have unfairly lost their lives due to discrimination, due to violence and due to the indifference of those who remain silent.