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VIDEO> Come and pray with us for the end of homophobia, transphobia and biphobia

. Since 2007, Christian communities and LGBT Christians around the world have come together on the 17th May to remember the victims of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, to overcome discrimination so that our society and our Christian communities can become “sanctuaries of welcome and support for LGBT people and for every person affected by discrimination”. “We pray that no one...

VIDEO> Oramos en vigilia por las víctimas de la homobitransfobia

. Desde 2007, las comunidades cristianas y las personas cristianas LGBTIQ se movilizan en todo el mundo el 17 de mayo, día internacional contra la homofobia, bifobia y la transfobia (IDAHOBIT), para recordar a las víctimas de la homo/bi/transfobia y superar la homobitransfobia para que nuestra sociedad y nuestras comunidades cristianas sepan hacer espacio para todas y todos, y se...

Juana Inés de la Cruz, la monja que quiso dar voz a las mujeres

Texto de la cineasta Janet K Howe, publicado en su sitio Web, traducido del inglés al italiano por Silvia Lanzi, traducido del italiano por Chiara Brizio, Loïc Félix García Rodríguez, Irene Velázquez Postigo y Arianna Viotto; traducción revisada por Estefanía Flores Acuña Juana Inés de la Cruz, monja lesbiana y feminista de Nueva España (México), fue una mujer increíble. Nació...

“Blessed Parents: Experiences of Catholic Parents with Lesbian and Gay Children” published in the United States

The Italian volume “Fortunate Parents” has been published in the United States under the title “Blessed Parents: Experiences of Catholic Parents with Lesbian and Gay Children”. The Italian version was edited by Innocenzo Pontillo and Gianni Geraci for the association Jonathan’s Tent (La Tenda di Gionata) and presented to Pope Francis on 16th September 2020 during a public audience at...

LGBT+ Catholics Westminster Diocesan Synodal Pathway Listening Sessions

LGBT+ Catholics Westminster, November 6, 2021 Pope Francis has challenged the whole Catholic world to dream anew of what it means to be Church in a 21st century, post-pandemic world, through calling for all Church members to journey and listen together in order to strengthen a sense of being at one with the Church in communion, to participate in the life...

London’s LGBT+ Catholic community: “It only took 18 years to get asylum!”

Media  release LGBT+ Catholics Pastoral Council (UK), 16  september  2021 London’s LGBT+ Catholic community which gathers at Mayfair’s Farm Street Jesuit Church is rejoicing after an eighteen-year long fight to support the asylum claim of one of its LGBT+ Catholics Westminster Pastoral Council members. Godfrey Kawalya, a gay Ugandan refugee, LGBT campaigner and a member of LGBT Catholics Westminster, has...