The North Jersey priest who claims he lost his job at Seton Hall because of a pro-LGBT social media post has come out as gay, according to a published report. In an interview with OutSports, a magazine for gay athletes, Rev. Warren Hall said he could not hide his sexual orientation anymore....
Rev. Warren Hall, the director of campus ministry at Seton Hall University who was fired earlier this month after posting a NO H8 photo on his Facebook, has come out publicly as gay in an interview with Outsports. "I have...
A Catholic priest fired from a New Jersey private school after taking to Facebook to support gay rights, has come out as gay.
(RNS) A Catholic priest in New Jersey who says he was dismissed from his campus ministry job over a Facebook post against anti-gay bullying and racism has come out as gay. The Rev. Warren Hall told Outsports, a magazine for gay athletes,...Show More Summary
Obviously, most of us in New Jersey look forward to the day when a friend, a relative, or even a well-known person coming out as gay doesn't register on anybody's outrage scale. Till it's not news. Till it's not even Catholic news. Even...Show More Summary
Rev. Warren Hall, who says he was fired by Seton Hall University for posting a pro-LGBT message on Facebook, acknowledges that he is gay. read more
In his first public comments since Derrick Gordon transferred to Seton Hall from UMass, Pirates coach Kevin Willard said he expects Gordon to “help us win games.” The 6-foot-3 Plainfield, N.J., native is the first openly gay player in Division 1 men’s basketball, having come out in April 2014. He announced his decision to transfer to […]
Adam Zagoria and Josh Newman are back with another episode of The 4 Quarters Podcast, covering college hoops and recruiting for SNY.tv. First up, Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard joins the show to discuss the Pirates past, present, and future. Then, Vermont Academy head coach Alex Popp calls in to talk about Bruce Brown […]
Purdue has some serious size and length. Caleb Swanigan Chooses Purdue This saga was going on for a couple of weeks, made particularly confusing by some vague Dan Dakich tweets, but now the original rumors of Swanigan choosing Purdue have come to fruition. Show More Summary
When it comes to homosexuality, Seton Hall apparently hates the sin but loves the sinner, if he can shoot from the top of the key.
Rev. Warren Hall was the director of the Office of Campus Ministry at Seton Hall University, one of the country's oldest Catholic colleges. He's not anymore, because he was fired for not hating gay people. Seton Hall, Warren Hall. No relation. Show More Summary
Derrick Gordon, the former Massachusetts guard who became the first openly gay player to compete in a men's Division I college basketball game in November after coming out in April 2014, has opened up about his decision to transfer to...Show More Summary
Derrick Gordon, the first openly gay player in Division I men’s college basketball, has opened up about his transfer from Massachusetts to Seton Hall and the travails he faced as he looked for a new school to finish his college career. He tells USA Today that a number of program refused to take him simply […]
Former Seton Hall goalie, Anthony Romeo, remembers his own experience with discrimination at Seton Hall and hopes for an evolution towards tolerance. The post An Openly Gay Athlete Walks Into Seton Hall (Yes, It’s Deja Vu All Over Again) appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Father Warren Hall has served as director of campus ministry at Seton Hall University.
In another example of the Catholic Church’s tone deafness, the Archdiocese of Newark has fired Seton Hall University Chaplain Father Warren Hall for posting his support for the online “NOH8 Campaign.”
Adam Zagoria and Josh Newman are back with another episode of The 4 Quarters Podcast, covering college hoops and recruiting for SNY.tv. First up, Sterling Gibbs calls in to talk about his transfer from Seton Hall to UConn. Then, former Manhattan and St. John’s coach and current ESPN Analyst Fran Fraschilla returns to the show […]
The firing of a priest at Seton Hall University has turned into a pitted battle, in which supporters of LGBT rights and the Catholic University both say Biblical teaching and the Pope is firmly in their camp. But there is no certainty...Show More Summary
The first openly gay Division college basketball player is moving on and speaking out. UMass guard Derrick Gordon announced Sunday that he's transferring to Seton Hall, but he told USA Today he encountered plenty of discrimination along...Show More Summary
Former Seton Hall guard Sterling Gibbs tweeted over the weekend that he will transfer to UConn. The post UConn Lands Seton Hall Transfer Sterling Gibbs appeared first on SLAMonline.