In 2011, the book Hidden Voices: Reflections of a Gay Catholic Priest was anonymously published, and distributed around the world. The book was republished a month ago – this time, with a name in the same place that once said anonymous. Gary Meier is a now openly gay Catholic priest from St. Louis, Missouri who has decided to end his silence in the name of the equality for the LGBT community.
Two congregations are considering leaving the Church of Scotland over the ordination of gay ministers. A Church of Scotland spokesman said the Kirk had not been informed of any congregation wishing to leave following last week's General Assembly and would be saddened if this was the case.
Nigeria’s House of Representatives voted Thursday to ban gay marriage and outlaw any groups actively supporting gay rights, endorsing a measure that also calls for 10-year prison sentences for any “public show” of affection by a same-sex couple.
Since the launch of his book "Hidden Voices, Reflections of a Gay Catholic Priest" on the eve of his 15-year anniversary to the priesthood and since his announcement, two questions keep coming up: "Why now?" and "What now?"
Everyone in this world has two families: the family we are born with and the family we make. Our biological family is only the beginning of the journey. Along the way, we form deep friendships, fall in love, and perhaps have children and grandchildren. This "new" family is the family of our choosing
This crime was the deadliest attack on the LGBT population in United States history. 32 people dead, 40 years of silence, and 1 man who chose to create a musical dedicated to the lives that were forgotten.