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Devenir Un en Christ

Organization French

Groupe d’accueil des Chrétiens concernés par l’homosexualité.

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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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“Amoris Laetitia” and Gay Marriage: A Closer Look

Article Francis X. Clooney, S.J.

A theologian reflects on Pope Francis’s apostolic exhortation “Amoris Laetitia.”

“Comme Dieu nous a créés” : coming out collectif chez les catholiques allemands LGBT+

Article French

Sur le site «#OutInChurch», ils réclament «un changement dans le code du travail discriminatoire de l’Église» catholique et la suppression de «formulations dégradantes et excluantes» dans les règlements, ainsi que la fin d’un «système de dissimulation, de double morale et de malhonnêteté» qui entoure la question LGBT+ dans l’Église.

“Heartstopper” helped me love myself a little bit more

Article Doug Girardot

“Heartstopper” isn’t just a good show; it’s a life-affirming story.

“No podía dormir sabiendo que esperaban la muerte”

Article Spanish

La hermana Mónica acompaña a personas trans para sacarlas de la calle, darles un trabajo y devolverles la fe.

30 LGBTQ+ Religious Saints Throughout History

Article

A list of saints considered by some to have been LGBT, even if that term did not yet exist.