Tag Archives: LGBT

Announcing the Stonewall National Monument

President Obama: Back in 1969, as a turbulent decade was winding down, the Stonewall Inn was a popular gathering place for New York City’s LGBT community. At the time, being gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender was considered obscene, illegal, even a mental illness. One night, police raided the bar and started arresting folks. Raids like… Read More »

Catholic priest denies communion to a lifelong churchgoer because she is gay – The News

 A lesbian judge has been denied the Eucharist at the church where she was baptised and has attended for more than 60 years because she is married to a woman  Sara Smolenski, chief judge at Kent County District Court in Michigan, was refused communion by the St Stephen Catholic Church priest and told she should… Read More »

Catholic priest denies communion to a lifelong churchgoer because she is gay – Today News

 A lesbian judge has been denied the Eucharist at the church where she was baptised and has attended for more than 60 years because she is married to a woman  Sara Smolenski, chief judge at Kent County District Court in Michigan, was refused communion by the St Stephen Catholic Church priest and told she should… Read More »

The National for June 27, 2018 — Migrants, Missing Drugs, LGBTQ Seniors

[ * ]>>Andrew: ON THIS WEDNESDAY NIGHT, THE U.S. SUPREME COURT LOSES ITS SWING VOTE. ANTHONY KENNEDY’S REPLACEMENT COULD BECOME ONE OF THE MOST CONSEQUENTIAL DECISIONS TRUMP MAKES. WE’LL EXPLAIN WHY IT COULD CHANGE THE HUMAN RIGHTS LANDSCAPE. MONEY LAUNDERING AT B.C. CASINOS. A SCATHING REPORT SAYS IT’S A MAJOR ISSUE AFTER CBC INVESTIGATION. BRITISH… Read More »

When an LGBTQ+ activist meets a priest

I was Catholic many, many years ago. My parents raised me Catholic, but I decided at a very young age that Catholicism wasn’t necessarily the path for me. Growing up, I was pretty effeminate and people would always latch onto that. And I would hear, “Ay, look at the bakla over there.” And I was… Read More »

Being Gay in Scotland: 1 Day in Edinburgh 🏳️‍🌈🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 | Travel Vlog

hello beautiful people I am coming to you live from Edinburgh this gorgeous wonderful city so the thing about Scotland is gay marriage is actually only been legal since 2014 which is a little bit unfortunate in my books but saying that Scotland actually has quite a lot of LGBTQ+ members of parliament so they… Read More »

The Story of Change: IshtarMSM

In the beautiful country of Kenya, things are changing every day From its sprawling cities, to its picturesque countryside Kenya is home to nearly 50 million people Including the advocates and activists at IshtarMSM Men who have sex with men and LGBTI people are still fighting for their basic human rights in the country Same-sex… Read More »

Ronald Wakabayashi – Western Region

(Introduction Music) Hello and thank you for visiting the CRS Western Regional page. My name is Ron Wakabayashi, Regional Director of the CRS Western Regional Office. Our office serves the states of Arizona, California, Hawaii, and Nevada, as well as the U.S. territories of American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands. Fifteen percent of… Read More »

The catholic church’s influence in US politics (The Infidel 2016-02-19)

Republicans are building the wrong wall The website Church and State-dot-org is dedicated to secular government and monitoring breeches and over-reach within the religious community. Recently they posted a lengthy and meandering inventory of issues of concern regarding the Catholic Church’s incursions into government in US politics and the Church’s support of the Republican Party.… Read More »