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Vine & Fig is going to Q Christian Fellowship Conference

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Pat Flores and Patrick Weston will be attending Q Christian Fellowship Conference in January of 2020 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Does Jesus even want to be King?

The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe | | By Pat Flores

Sometimes I wonder how much Jesus understood his own divinity. How could a person fully grasp that, just growing up a normal carpenter, no matter how holy?

The Gay Bonnie and Clyde

Season 1, Episode 11 | 11/21/2019

Fiancés Pat and Jacob discuss Chick-Fil-A announcing it will no longer donate to two anti-LGBTQ organizations, the U.S.

There's So Much More

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time | | By Dawn

I held the rosary beads in my hands. The cheap, glow-in-the-dark plastic and old yellowed string dipped between knuckles and rolled against my fingers. It was nothing fancy.

Go against the pope and God?

Season 1, Episode 10 | 11/14/2019

Fiancés Pat and Jacob discuss the recent walkout at a Catholic school over the way a lesbian student was treated, the American Psychological Association endorsing the use of they/them pronouns, the

God of the Living

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time | | By Pedro Nogues

Jesus draws his own conclusion by making a decisive statement for our faith: “God is not a God of the dead, but of the living; for to him all are alive”. God is an inexhaustible source of life, love and mercy.

The Amazon Synod, Explained | feat. Massimo Faggioli

Season 1, Episode 9 | 11/7/2019

Welcome to Tabard Inn, a podcast about the stories we tell and the events we discuss while on pilgrimage as Queer Catholics!

Even Your Silence Can be Holy

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time | | By Darby DeJarnette

We need not despair. Injustice and repression are real and worthy of grief, but even your silence is holy. Your presence itself is a sign of resistance. You change the spaces you inhabit by merely existing in them.

We love you, old queens

Season 1, Episode 8 | 10/31/2019

Welcome to Tabard Inn, a podcast about the stories we tell and the events we discuss while on pilgrimage as Queer Catholics!

We are the Pharisees. We are the tax collectors.

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time | | By Stacy Pescosolido

There are moments in all of our lives when ego and pride take over. It is foolish to think that anyone is exempt from this temptation. We see ourselves as "better than..." We become the Pharisee.