[quote=watcher]A search at google reveals the depths of their depravity!
They promote homosexuality.
They promote those who sympathise with terrorism.
They are anglocatholic, ie NOT CATHOLIC!!!
It seems that they are Roman Catholic from these articles that I found. What did you find?
I don’t know why some Bishops don’t put a stop to this.:eek:
**DATES ****18th October **The prominent Irish human rights expert, Conor Gearty QC, now Professor of Human Rights at the London School of Economics, will throw down markers for the Roman Catholic Church in the face of lesbian and gay rights. Gearty, who is also Rausing Director of the Centre for the Study of Human Rights will outline the challenges to the Church when he delivers the 2nd Alan Bray Memorial Lecture in London on 18 October 2003. The lecture is sponsored by the Roman Catholic Caucus of the Lesbian & Gay Christian Movement. There will be a theological response from Dr. Gerard Loughlin, Senior Lecturer in Theology at the University of Newcastle. The 2nd Alan Bray Memorial Lecture takes place on Saturday, 18 October 2003, 2.00 pm, at St. Anne’s Church, 55 Dean Street, London W1D 6AF. A Reception will follow the Lecture. Booking fee: £15.00 (before 11 October) ?20.00 (at door) Further details: Martin Pendergast - 020 8986 0807 firstname.lastname@example.org Bookings to: RC Caucus, PO Box 24632, London E9 6XF - cheques: “RC Caucus” Roman Catholic Caucus, Lesbian & Gay Christian Movement, PO Box 24632, London E9 6XF 020 7226 0847
Organisers hail success of Gay Mass -9/11/04
There was ‘standing room only’ for London’s Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Catholics at their most recent Mass in Soho, which took place on Sunday.
The Mass made special remembrance of David (Sinders) Morley, the former Soho bar-manager murdered just two weeks before and for whom a Memorial Book has been opened at St. Anne’s Church, Soho, where the Mass took place.
There was also a commemoration of Fannyann Eddy, the Sierra Leonian lesbian human rights activist, also brutally murdered in Freetown at the end of September.
The readings included Dylan Thomas’ powerful poem, ‘And death shall have no dominion’.
The results of a questionnaire distributed at the mass suggest that St. Anne’s Catholic Masses are proving both popular and helpful to many Gay Catholics.
For some, organisers say, the Mass is the only contact they have with the Catholic Church. Others however are energised to continue involving themselves in other local parish or community activities with close to half of attendees saying they are involved in another Catholic community.
Nine out of ten people attending the Mass identify themselves as Catholic and the age range which, say organisers, would be a credit to any ordinary Catholic parish.
Almost half of attendees are under 45 years of age and over 10% are in the 18-30 age group - fairly high compared with most Catholic congregations.
A report has been sent to Bishop Bernard Longley, Chair of the Westminster Archdiocese Pastoral Board, Edmund Adamus, Director of Pastoral Affairs, and the Rev. Jim Kennedy, Parish Priest of Blessed Sacrament Church, Copenhagen Street, near King’s Cross, who is a reference point for lesbian and gay ministry within the Archdiocese.