Tag Archives: Family Synod 2015

“A NEW ERA FOR INCLUSIVE PASTORAL CARE OF LGBT PEOPLE IS GOING TO START AFTER THE SYNOD”

The Global Network of Rainbow Catholics notes the Final Report of the 2015 Synod of Bishops on The Vocation and Mission of the Family in the Church and in the Contemporary World. We recognise that the Bishops’ submission to Pope … Continue reading

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Inspirational Opening Day for LGBT Catholic Global Conference

It’s been a superb, inspirational day in Rome, at the foundation conference of the Global Network of Rainbow Catholics. We began early with morning prayer (before breakfast), structured around some biblical texts on the importance of listening, followed by two … Continue reading

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THE FIRST LGBT CATHOLIC INTERNATIONAL MEETING

ROME: THE FIRST LGBT CATHOLIC INTERNATIONAL MEETING TO BE HELD FROM 1ST– 4TH OCTOBER   AHEAD OF THE SYNOD ON THE FAMILY Harmony, dignity and equality in the Catholic Church and Society (Rome 28/09/2015) –  The first Assembly of the Global … Continue reading

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LGBT Catholic Voices from W Africa: Ghana

I arrived safely in the city of Accra, Ghana on the 14th of March 2015. The last time I was in Ghana was in 2008 and I still have many friends there. The day after my arrival was Sunday and … Continue reading

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LGBT Catholic Voices from W Africa: Benin

In Benin, I met with three people who identify as transsexuals and are also Christians from different backgrounds. They wanted to be interviewed together. Their words were heartfelt as they told me that all they wanted from the society and … Continue reading

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LGBT Catholic Voices from W Africa: Nigeria

My next journey was to Nigeria, and I had to be extremely careful at this stage of my journey for my own safety and security. It was not easy crossing the border of Benin and Nigeria since the Nigerian Presidential … Continue reading

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