Tag: LGBTQ

Listening, mentoring key to keeping young adults, say Church workers

Listening, mentoring key to keeping young adults, say Church workers

| Elizabeth Bachmann | June 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

Curtis Martin, president and founder of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, or FOCUS, is pictured in a Jan. 1, 2015, photo. Martin says young people who stick to the Church are the ones who have discovered their first love: Jesus. The reason so many young people are drifting away is because the Church has “lost its voice,” he said.

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Doctrine won’t change, but LGBTQ Catholics need care, U.S. observer says

Doctrine won’t change, but LGBTQ Catholics need care, U.S. observer says

| Carol Glatz | October 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

One small group’s discussions at the Synod of Bishops concerning the LGBTQ community focused on how the Catholic Church could best minister to people who already feel marginalized and attacked by the church itself, a U.S. synod participant said.

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Washing our hands of religious liberty

Washing our hands of religious liberty

| Jason Adkins | April 9, 2015 | 1 Comment

The debate over the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act has brought us clarity. If you have wondered to what extent some advocates for “tolerance” will “tolerate” genuine pluralism of opinion about the nature of marriage, gender and human sexuality, you have your answer: very little.

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