Equally Blessed in the News

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Paul Kalchik

Local priest’s planned Rainbow flag burning shut down by Chicago Archdiocese

“We are grateful that the Chicago Archdiocese quickly and firmly rejects the words of this pastor and his intended ‘ritual’ which are inconsistent with Catholic values and beliefs,” said DignityUSA President and Dignity/Chicago member Chris Pett. “It appears that this pastor was hijacking the parish to promote an extreme, ultra-conservative […]

Pope Francis

‘God loves you’: How the pope’s inclusive comments on homosexuality could change America’s Catholic schools

During a recent interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais, Juan Carlos Cruz — a Chilean sex abuse survivor — shared a groundbreaking anecdote from a meeting with Pope Francis. After the pope apologized for the abuse Cruz suffered at the hands of church leaders, Cruz said he opened up to Francis about the trauma that […]

National coverage of the Equally Blessed pilgrimage to the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia

Twenty LGBTQI Catholics and their family members traveled to the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia from September 20-25, 2015, as part of the Equally Blessed Pilgrimage. Here is a sampling of some of the coverage we’ve received. LGBT Catholic Coalition Prepares For Papal Visit In Philadelphia Francesco is a […]

Round up of coverage of Equally Blessed’s eviction from St. John the Evangelist Parish in Philadelphia

Last week, news broke of Equally Blessed’s eviction from St. John the Evangelist in Philadelphia, a Catholic parish that had opened its door to us during the World Meeting of Families. Since then, a variety of different news outlets have covered the story. A summary of that coverage appears here: Philadelphia […]