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December 19, 2008


Terence Weldon

The anger in this is palpable, and widely shared (here in the U.K, only the target of the anger differs.)

Perhaps the more interesting aspect, though, is the claim that we may be entering a 'Kairos moment'. The last time I came across such a claim was back in South Africa, in what felt to the rest of us like the darkest days of apartheid. A few years later, Mandela had been released, apartheid renounced, and the new democracy well on its way.


Change the Catholic church is not easy. In Italy for breaking the silence on homosexuality and faith is born Jonathan, a project volunteer cultural activities, to "know the path that believers are gay each day in their communities and the various churches" so that these experiences can help society and the churches to be open to understanding and acceptance of homosexual persons.

this is our site www.gionata.org

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