How I Misunderstood Marriage

(by Stephen) Next November, Minnesotans will vote on an amendment to our state’s most fundamental legal document, the state constitution. The amendment would establish that a marriage can consist only of one man and one woman. Admittedly, marriage in Western … Continue reading →

“Would You Disown Him?”

(by Bill) During a recent Republican debate, New Hampshire father JP Marzullo mentioned that he has a gay son. Mr. Marzullo called on fellow Republicans to consider one question when deciding whether to overturn New Hampshire’s marriage equality law: “If … Continue reading →

The Social Justice and Marriage Connection

(by Jessica) The argument goes that the Catholic Church is riddled with sexism. Her teachings on sexuality and supposed “attitudes” toward women are sexist and patriarchal, right? But in fact, social data increasingly shows that diverging from Church teaching on … Continue reading →

I Decided to Fit My Life into God’s

(by Peggy) A while ago I attended a film debut hosted by “Catholics for Marriage Equality MN.” They created a series of five vignettes of faith, family and marriage from the perspective of the GLBT community and supportive family members. … Continue reading →

We Need Two to Be One

(by Emily) It’s often the case that we don’t notice something until it’s missing from our lives. Sometimes what’s missing is me, mom. A few days after each of our children were born; the inevitable and painful era of postpartum … Continue reading →