Rev. Steve Wolf, a parish priest, seeks in this essay connections of the faith tradition, scripture, theology, some LGBTQI realities, and a history of some church teachings being both correct and still incomplete. He draws on Pope Francis (Who am I to judge?); that a minority of humans discover themselves to be LGBTQI; religious freedom; the right to act in conscience; and the Church's call to treat people who discover that their reality includes deep-seated same-sex attraction with respect, compassion, and sensitivity; to suggest some ways to deal with all this. Stephen Joseph Wolf is a parish priest in Clarksville, Tennessee, who spends most Mondays in silence and solitude writing for faith-sharing groups and spiritual direction. For more visit idjc.org.
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About the Author
Mondays in silence and solitude writing for faith sharing groups and spiritual direction,
painting, and sometimes quietly strumming the ukulele, played more loudly on other days.