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Blog Nov, 30, 2016
My Hope Is In Us

Advent is the great liturgical season of waiting. We yearn, we search, and we reach out, and we dream of Immanuel who will walk amoung us. We spend much time preparing our homes and our churches for the holiday, and we wait.

Blog Feb, 11, 2016
Celebrating All Kinds of Love This Valentine's Day

After last June’s historic Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states, “the love that dare not speak its name,” which publicly outed Oscar Wilde at his “gross indecency” trial in 1895, is finally and forever out of the closet. 

Blog Feb, 10, 2016
It’s Ash Wednesday: Time to Indulge!

Today’s Ash Wednesday. Wait! What? Already? I still have to put some boxes of Christmas decorations back in the attic.

Lent begins early this year—probably about the earliest that it can be. But, truth be told, Lent always kind of creeps up on me. I never seem ready to begin 40 days of fasting, prayer, and renewing my relationship with God.

Blog Dec, 23, 2015
My First Trip Home For The Holidays As Myself

Thanksgiving 2011 was the first time my mother met her eldest son.

Blog Dec, 18, 2015
A Christmas Message For LGBTQ People Who Have Lost Their Families

Every year, I try my damnedest to get excited for the holidays. I really do. I listen to holiday music for .5 seconds, consider buying the packaged eggnog at the local grocery, and panic about the gifts I haven't bought—usually to no avail.

Blog Dec, 14, 2015
After Years Of Hiding My Bisexuality, Here's How I Finally Found Hope

I’m a strong believer in the value of a journey. Whether it be literal (like a road trip), figurative (like learning a skill), or emotional (like overcoming trauma), a journey gives us a chance to move towards something, prepare for what comes next, and anticipate a new world for ourselves.

Blog Apr, 02, 2015
Gay Jesus On The Cross Brings New Life To Christ’s Story

During Holy Week many LGBT Christians and their allies find inspiration in “The Passion of Christ: A Gay Vision,” a controversial series of paintings that are newly available as a book.

Blog Dec, 19, 2014
The Best Christmas Gift Of All

2012 was the worst Christmas I could ever remember. I had just begun what would become an arduous and painful journey into coming out as a transgender woman. I had lost my job six months prior at a start-up web company. I was barely making ends meet and renting a one room flat with an air mattress and a closet. 

Blog Dec, 18, 2014
Season Of Waiting: A Queer Catholic Advent

Advent for, many Catholics, is a time of patience and reflection, a time of wonder and amazement.

Blog Dec, 15, 2014
Finding Home For The Holidays

The Christmas season is a difficult time of year for me.

I am always bothered by our culture's egregious forms of commercialism—and its either lack of or its anemic recognition of other forms for religious holidays like Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Ramadan, and the celebration of the winter solstice during this season.

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