GNRC responds to the Coming Out of Monsignor Charamsa


The Global Network of Rainbow Catholics, meeting in Rome from October 1st , has been working for two years on this project to contribute, through the testimony of the lives and desires of LGBT people, to the internal reflections of the Family Synod which is about to begin..  
With regard to Monsignor Charamsa’s statement, which we read in the press today, the Global Network of Rainbow Catholics would like to make clear that Don Krzysztof is not connected to the conference “Ways of love: Catholics snapshots of meetings with LGBT people and their families “.The full list of conference speakers can be seen from the published program on this website.  
The conference is centered as a matter of fact, on the pastoral work with and for LGBT people, their parents and their families.  
Obviously, in the inclusive spirit of the conference, we will be happy to welcome in the audience any person interested in our work.  

About Terence

Cradle Catholic, originally South African, now UK resident and British citizen. Activist for LGBT inclusion since 2004, originally with Soho Masses (London), later with Quest LGBT Catholics, Centre for the Study of Christianity and Sexuality, and European Forum of LGBT Christian Groups. Launched "Queering the Church" blog/website 2009, other satellite sites since. Also a father of two now adult daughters, and four grandchildren, so passionate about the value of family, and legitimacy of queer/rainbow families.
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