Watch out! This compassionate priest could be coming to a parish near you.
A Catholic priest on why 'coming out' as 'gay' is something a cleric should never do.
I want to celebrate this priest's courageous decision, but the Catholic Church doesn't deserve credit for merely tolerating him.
The Rev. Gregory Greiten said he "will embrace the person that God created me to be."
"I am Greg. I am a Roman Catholic priest. And, yes, I am gay!"
Rev. Gregory Greiten, who ministers in Milwaukee, was "weary" of hiding his gay identity.
Congrats, Father Greiten!
A Milwaukee priest came out to his congregation last Sunday and to the world on Monday in an article published in the National Catholic Reporter. When Father Greg Greiten came out half through his homily at St. Bernadette Parish church, the co… Read The post Parishioners Applaud as Catholic Priest Comes Out During Mass appeared first on Towleroad.
In announcing his identity as a gay man, Rev. Gregory Greiten chastised the Roman Catholic Church for its stance on homosexuality.
Pope Francis and the American Catholic Church could both come out winners if Father Stanley Rother is made a saint
The first time I can remember hearing about the National Coming Out Day was in 2005 or 2006. I’m not sure what brought it to my attention, but I can remember hearing some of the stories about individuals who decided to come out publicly for the first time. Show More Summary
Rev. Michael Shanahan comes out in an interview on the open secret of gay Catholic clergy.
The Roman Catholic Church is “frequently violently homophobic” and makes LGBT Catholics’ lives “a hell,” says a priest who was fired by the Vatican after coming out as gay. Krzysztof Charamsa, who held a post at the Vatican until early...Show More Summary
Krzysztof Charamsa, a 44-year-old former senior Vatican priest who was defrocked and fired the day after he came out, has blasted the Catholic Church in an open — and openly furious — letter to Pope Francis. In the letter, he claims the Church makes the lives of millions of gay Catholics “a hell,” and says […]
Less than a month after Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa of Poland was immediately fired from his job at the Vatican office after coming out, the high ranking priest has now been defrocked for continuing "to break rules governing the behaviour...Show More Summary
The Catholic church is not considered the most open-minded organization when it comes to human sexuality, but there is one guy willing to speak out in defense of the beleaguered pedophiles: Rev. Gino Flaim of Trento. He recently made some comments on the issue of victimized children in the church to Italy's La7 News that have landed him in hot water. Show More Summary
One person who probably doesn’t refer to Pope Francis as “Cool Pope” like so many have called the notoriously less-bigoted-than-usual Catholic Church figurehead? Former Vatican priest Krzysztof Charamsa, who was fired just before the...Show More Summary
Pope Francis may be the most “liberal” Pope there ever was, but the Vatican still isn’t. The Polish Monsignor Krysztof Olaf Charamsa held a press conference on Saturday in Rome, calling on Pope Francis to revise the Catholic stance on homosexuality, so that it is no longer a “sin.” Charamsa told reporters with his partner…
A gay priest who came out this weekend along with the revelation that he has a boyfriend ended up getting fired by the Vatican.
Wait. Aren’t Catholic priests suppose to be celibate? I’m confused but I guess so is this priest. Here is another look at the LGBT conspiracy. I am going to start