Vine & Fig seeks to elevate the lives of Queer Catholics as we find beauty and power at the intersection of our faith and sexuality.

With a fully inclusive and affirming view of the LGBTQ+ community, we hope to inspire other Queer Catholics to more fully embrace the abundant life promised by Jesus, and witnessed in the lives of the saints, through embracing our God-given spirituality and sexuality, that our fruitfulness may be a witness to the worldwide Church. 

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Hell is Other People

The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe | | By Zinzy Nev Geene

Jesus Christ, it’s great that you have your flock, my man, but should we queer people even want to be a part of it? Yes. I’d like to think ‘yes’.

How Lovely is Your Temple, O Lord

The Entrance of the Mother of God into the Temple | | By Garrett

The truth of our dignity is difficult to fully see. We are born into a world where it is easier to hurt than to heal, easier to be brutal than to be gentle, easier to curse than to bless, and so we are left wounded in the darkness of doubt and anxiety, struggling to see how wonderful we are in our particularness.

The God of Surprises

Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time | | By C.C.

On Pentecost Sunday 2014, Pope Francis told thousands of pilgrims, “Listen up. If the Church is alive, it must always surprise.

Queer 101: Same-sex attraction

Patrick Flores |

I think it’s worth starting here, not because it is the most important part of the queer community to understand, but because it is where the Catholic Church always starts

Indeed, We Are All Blessed and Called…

Solemnity of All Saints | | By Ed Nuñez

Wherever you find yourself these days, whether grateful for a new community and relationship you’ve formed or even overwhelmed by so many things going on, you (Yes, YOU) and all of us are called to holiness and to love.