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LGBT Families in HI ask “Can you see me now?”

Faith asks a great deal of us. We are expected to see what is not necessarily visible and hear and understand that which is ineffable. That capacity to see and hear with both faith and conscience lies at the heart

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Posted in Equality and Faith, Family and Friends, I BLOG, Justice, LGBT Catholics Hawaii, LGBT Families, Politics and Religion, Straight Catholics Hawaii, Uncategorized

End Bullying of LGBT Youth: HI Clergy Need to Sign On

At the Solidarity Sunday service at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church recently, the homilist Rev.Danette Kong told the story of a rural Oahu woman whose only social circle was her immediate family and her church and the constant fear she lived

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Posted in I BLOG, Justice, LGBT Catholics Hawaii, Religion, Straight Catholics Hawaii, Suicides, Uncategorized

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