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Majority of Catholics in world’s eight largest Catholic countries call for the Church to change its approach to LGBT young people
Review the press conference – leaded by EqualFuture2018 Cammini di Speranza and the Global Network of Rainbow Catholics – that presented the results of a survey conducted around the world between Catholics and the general population on the role of the Catholic Church towards people and LGBT issues (English from Minute 7:00).
“Attitudes in the Catholic world towards damage to children and young people from LGBT stigma” Press Conference – October 10 2018, Rome-Italy (Copyright Radio Radicale 2018)
The polling, carried out by YouGov for the Equal Future 2018 Campaign, was conducted in the world’s eight largest Catholic countries: Brazil, Mexico, Columbia, Philippines, United States, France, Spain and Italy. Collectively these countries comprise half of the world’s total population of baptized Catholics.
View YouGov Executive Summary.
September 14, 2018. The GNRC supports the “Equal Future” campaign. To help make sure that the lives and concerns of Catholic LGBTQI and ally young people are addressed at the Vatican’s Synod on Youth in October 2018, the Global Network of Rainbow Catholics is co-sponsoring a global effort to make it easy for those under 30 years old to tell their stories to the bishops who will be their delegates.
For information, visit: www.equalfuture2018.com
To send a story, visit: www.write.equalfuture2018.com
July 24, 2018. GNRC PR N°11: LGBT Catholic Groups Ignored by Vatican WMoF. The GNRC is “deeply dismayed and disappointed” by the lack of response from officials overseeing the World Meeting of Families 2018 in Dublin, Ireland. We ask you to endorse this Press Release on behalf of your group or as an individual so our voices may be heard by the officials of the World Meeting of Families.
July 15, 2018. GNRC Pride 2018 Album: Happy Pride to all those celebrating from March to July! Don’t forget to send us your photos, so we can add them to our Pride album! You´ll see how we, as LGBTQI Catholics, are also part of the joy and colors surround the parades.
July 2, 2018.Being a Woman, LGBT and Catholic in Latin America: In March 2018, two well-known female activists were brutally murdered: Marielle Franco in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Maria Guadalupe Hernandez in Guanajuato (México). They both shared a strong commitment with to the dispossessed and a lesbian sexual orientation, as the two women were lesbian. In this article we want to delve into the testimony Marielle gave us with her life.
June 19, 2018. GNRC PR N°10: “The Church is evolving in our affirmation and inclusion as LGBTI individuals but our families do exist and should be included in their recognition and dignity”