LGBT Catholics tell their stories in Philadelphia play

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Performers in "Full of Grace: Journeys of LGBT Catholics" prepare before the show. Religion News Service photo by 	Alex Jacobi

Performers in "Full of Grace: Journeys of LGBT Catholics" prepare before the show. Religion News Service photo by Alex Jacobi

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PHILADELPHIA (RNS) “Full of Grace: Journeys of LGBT Catholics” is a docudrama based on interviews with LGBT Catholics. It was staged in New York and has now come to Philadelphia in advance of the pope's visit.

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  • Ted

    Once agan, bqrq, your obsession with gay sexual mechanics reveals your own homosexuality. I hope you find love and happiness, someday.

    For everyone else, yeah, we find the way YOU have sex kinda weird, too. There’s just less of us, so the eay YOU make love gets considered “normal” … But that norm only applies to you. Diversity is like that.

  • Billysees

    Mr. Choiniere said —

    “I really believe that those who are in the margins of the church have a prophetic voice that can transform the entire church”

    “if we can listen to these voices speak in integrity and authenticity about how God has moved in their lives.”

    Very meaningful comments about LGBTs in the Church, especially about how God has moved in their lives.

    That could easily apply to all of Christianity.

  • George Nixon Shuler

    This is common with the right-wing meme of the alleged “liberal bias” in normal media. Al Franken famously commented most reporters are slightly less likely to be personally acquainted with someone who has bombed an abortion clinic than right-wing whiners, and this is a perfect example of that.

  • George Nixon Shuler

    Define “sodomy” as used here. If this is ignored, the previous post is shown to be sheer bloviation.

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