John Freml

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Equally Blessed to offer free webinar to share stories from pilgrims’ witness for LGBTQI inclusion at World Youth Day in Panama

On Wednesday, February 27, at 8:30 PM ET, Equally Blessed will offer a free webinar, open to the public, for supporters and other interested people to hear from the Equally Blessed pilgrims who traveled to World Youth Day in Panama from January 21-27, 2019. The pilgrims, ages 23 through 33, […]

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Welcoming All Families: Discrimination Against LGBTQ Foster and Adoptive Parents Hurts Children

Equally Blessed coordinator John Freml was recently featured in the “Welcoming All Families” campaign by the Center for American Progress. This includes a feature on CAP’s blog entitled, “Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination Took a Foster Child From Her Loving Foster Dads” and a mention in a new CAP report produced in partnership […]

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Catholics Answer ‘Call To Action’ On Social Justice Issues

From immigration to human rights to race-motivated hate, how are religiously-affiliated people responding to issues in America? A social justice movement among Catholics asks followers to be peacekeepers and troublemakers simultaneously. Faith leaders and scholars speak on “The Source.” Zach Johnson, Executive Director of Equally Blessed member organization Call To Action, […]

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Media Advisory: Equally Blessed announces ChurchWorkerJustice.org, a new web resource for LGBTQI church workers

A coalition of Catholic organizations that work for LGBTQI equality has launched a website to combat unjust hiring and firing practices targeted at LGBTQI individuals at Catholic institutions, including schools, hospitals, parishes and social service organizations. ChurchWorkerJustice.org is a project of the Equally Blessed coalition and was developed in collaboration […]