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.

We, much like Jesus

Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion | | By Zinzy Nev Geene

We, much like Jesus towards the end, are what some would call a security threat. Ripping the fabric of Biblical interpretation simply by being a person. A gateway drug to the end of an era. A little life taking shape against the backdrop of fading commandments.

Whoever Serves Me Must Follow Me

Fifth Sunday of Lent | | By Teresa

Too often we look to a vague, distant future when we talk about the end of marginalization and poverty, the inclusion of all in families and communities, and the installment of ways of living and being based on solidarity and love. The time to bring about this kingdom of God is now.

I Thought Gay Celibacy Was My Only Option - I Was Wrong

Patrick Flores |

Growing up gay in the Catholic Church I knew I had to follow the rules. Until I realized they didn't actually work.

A Gift Not Earned

Fourth Sunday in Lent | | By Andrew Thomas

I often find myself thinking that my intimacy with Christ is proportional to my efforts in doing the good works or in believing that I am his handiwork or even in negating unaffirming lies to better live the truth.

A Special Gift From God

Ceara Hunsaker |

God is Flipping Tables for Us

Third Sunday of Lent | | By Kev

My beautiful queer siblings, God wants all of you present here. He has shown frustration when all are not given space in His Father's house. He is flipping tables for you.

Are the U.S. Bishops Ready to See Us?

Patrick Flores |

We merely ask that they realize Church doctrine applies to us as well. We are queer, but we are human persons, made in the image and likeness of God.

Abraham Unbound

Second Sunday of Lent | | By Joey

It’s no theoretical question – long after we have started to understand the goodness of the God-given gift of our sexuality, the trusty old Catholic guilt can still rear its head.

Even here, there are Graces

First Sunday of Lent | | By Jordan Kennedy

Lent is always hard. It’s always a little trickier to really get into then we think, especially this year. The ease we prayed would come in 2021, the respite we so anticipated from the hardship of 2020 has not yet come, at least not for most of us. I am finding Lent particularly hard this year. I’ve already eaten the thing I said I wouldn’t, and I write this as I sip a glass of wine, which I decided I’d go without until Easter.