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Beloved, Let Us Love.

Sixth Sunday of Easter | | By Kev

I am good, and God chooses to love me every single second. God loves all of me, the queer and the femme are held in Their arms.

It's Time to Prune

Fifth Sunday of Easter | | By Mr. Filice

The second reading invites us to “let us love, not in word or speech, but in truth and action.” As we live out our daily lives, we need to ask ourselves "how can we show God’s love in our actions?" The truth is that God loves you. He loves your fabulous hair. He loves your smile. He loves your queerness. He loves your relationships. He loves all of you!  As we set out on our mission to show God’s love, we must start with showing love towards ourselves.

God Doesn’t Make Mistakes

Jessica Lemes da Silva |

You need to be who you are, who you were made to be.

We Are All Witnesses

Third Sunday of Easter | | By Ed Nuñez

As I reflect on my own journey of justice and being witness as a Catholic, while also being a part of the LGBTQ+ community, I notice that my “witnessing” is steeped in asking tough questions, having difficult conversations, holding myself and others accountable, and building community around me.

Live Fully As You Are

Ceara Hunsaker |

There’s a hundred different ways to deal with this, and that’s okay.

Let's Talk About the Gay Thing

Ceara Hunsaker |

I have to be willing to stick around and have some hard conversations.

By Our Wounds

Second Sunday of Easter, Sunday of Divine Mercy | | By Darby DeJarnette

Jesus came and stood in their midst
and said to them, “Peace be with you.”
When he had said this, he showed them his hands and his side.
The disciples rejoiced when they saw the Lord.

Witnesses of the Vigil Truth

Easter | | By Patrick Flores

When the Paschal light of the Easter Vigil comes to illuminate your life, what will you see?

Crucified in the Streets

Good Friday | | By Jacob Flores

So, on this Good Friday, I remind myself that it was amongst the suffering where you radically changed me and it is in the streets where I will see you again.

Whose Feet Will You Wash?

Holy Thursday | | By Patrick Weston

The Mass is full of order and sanctity. It can almost feel stuffy at times. Having people expose their bare feet and have them washed is the complete opposite of formal. As a result, I absolutely love it.