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News Jun, 23, 2012
Desmond Tutu: A Rock Star For Equal Rights


Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize winner, key player in bringing down South Africa’s apartheid system, might invite comparison with a variety of figures — Martin Luther King, perhaps, or Frederick Douglass. But Lady Gaga?

News Jun, 22, 2012
Jesus vs Hateful Anti-Gay Pastors Mashup (VIDEO)


Watch what happens when you put Jesus' Sermon On The Mount against the recent rash of anti-gay pastors.

Watch Video here.

News Jun, 22, 2012
LGBT & Affirming Faith Communities Prominent In Chicago Pride Parade

Chicago area LGBT-affirming faith groups are slated to be one of the lead contingents in the 2012 Pride Parade taking place on Sunday, June 24.  The Pride Parade organizers agreed to a request from the Chicago Coalition of Welcoming Churches (CCWC) and Dignity/Chicago

News Jun, 22, 2012
Standing On The Side Of Love

By More Light Presbyterians

The Christian Post interviewed Michael Adee, MLP's Executive Director & Field Organizer, about marriage equality overtures at the upcoming 220th General Assembly. "I hope and pray that the General Assembly meeting soon in Pittsburgh will stand on the side of love and the right side of history."

News Jun, 22, 2012
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News Jun, 21, 2012
Why Do You Have Pride?

June is LGBT Pride Month and Believe Out Loud wants to hear from you!  Let us know why you have Pride and how you plan to celebrate by clicking here.  Some of the BOL community have already begun to share their stories, why don't you be next?   

News Jun, 21, 2012
Pro-LGBT Roman Catholics Speak Up And Step Out

In the movement toward LGBT equality, Roman Catholics are probably the most interesting religious population. While the church hierarchy vehemently opposes any form of LGBT equality, Roman Catholic people are the most LGBT supportive of any Christian denomination.

News Jun, 20, 2012
Tony De la Rosa's Story Of Courage

By Auburn Seminary

John 16:2 “I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now.”

Tony is the Interim Executive Presbyter for the Presbytery of NYC. Listen to his calm conviction as he speaks about his faith and identity.

News Jun, 18, 2012
Methodist Church In Austin, Texas To Protest Policy By Celebrating All Types Of Unions

For the Rev. Sid Hall, the pastor at Trinity United Methodist Church in Austin for nearly a quarter-century, it is not enough to quietly work for inclusion.

“It’s important to state it,” Hall says.