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These resources, suggested by friends and colleagues from around the world, are designed to help LGBTQ Catholics and those who minister with them.

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5 Common Questions about LGBTQ Catholic Ministry

Video

Answering questions and addressing the misconceptions about LGBTQ Ministry in the Catholic Church.

A Parishioner’s Story

Video

Joe Figini, a Parishioner at Holy Trinity Church in Washington, DC tells his story

A Reflection on the Solemnity of All Saints

Video

A Reflection on the Solemnity of All Saints from the point of view of an LGBTQ Catholic.

Be Tough, Be Free, Be Hopeful

Video

Homily for LGBTQ Community: Pre-Pride Mass, St. Francis of Assisi Church.

Building a Bridge

Video

Introducing “Building a Bridge.”

Building a Bridge: Revised and Expanded

Video

Reasons for a new edition of “Buliding a Bridge.”

Building a Bridge: Welcoming LGBTQ Catholics

Video

Lecture at Yale University’s St. Thomas More Center.

Catholic Pride Blessing

Video

Online celebration of Catholic Pride.

Católicos LGBT: Doctrina de la Iglesia y Cuidado Pastoral

Video Spanish

Resumen de Doctrina de la Iglesia y Cuidado Pastoral aplicado a Católicos LGBTQ.