The executive director of the international apostolate that serves same-sex-attracted Catholics and their families reflects on the lessons learned during his tenure.
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The Vatican’s Synod of Bishops shouldn’t promote a group that has been condemned by U.S. bishops — they should instead highlight faithful apostolates ministering to LGBTQ-identifying Catholics.
The international Courage and EnCourage conference tackles a tough issue.
Father Philip Bochanski, executive director of Courage International focused his closing address on St. Joseph in line with the 2021 conference’s theme.
Fr. Bochanski said that Saint Joseph's integration and integrity allowed him to make a total gift of himself, to Mary, and ultimately to the plan of God.
The 40th anniversary edition of the Courage and EnCourage chaplain’s handbook is now publicly available at the Courage website.
The theme of this year’s conference is called “Be not afraid: Affirming the truth about sex and identity.”
Avera Maria Santo discusses with the Register the importance of community, friends and family in living out integrated sexuality.
The director of the apostolate for same-sex-attracted Catholics said the bishop was affirming Church teaching when he advised on social media that Catholics shouldn’t participate in ‘Pride Month’ celebrations.