I Am More Than My Sexuality

(by Peggy) If you haven’t already heard, actress Cynthia Nixon recently caused a big stir within the GLBT community. A few weeks ago she publicly said that being gay was a choice for her. Yikes — not exactly what her … Continue reading →

Design With a Purpose

(by Jessica) In a 2007 Angelus address on the relationship between faith and reason, Pope Benedict XVI said, “When man limits his thoughts to only material objects … he closes himself to the great questions about life, himself, and God … Continue reading →

The Kids May Not Be All Right

(by Dave) Moviemakers may like us to believe that “The Kids Are All Right,” but global evidence to the contrary is mounting. Mitch Pearlstein, a former officer in the department of Education and now the president of the Center for … Continue reading →

The Point is Holiness

(by Peggy) This past Thanksgiving marked a significant milestone in my life. I have been out my same-sex relationship for 11 years, which is longer than I had been in it. If I were to tell you that the last … Continue reading →

Reaping the “Benefits”

(by Peggy) On October 13th I attended a debate about same-sex marriage between Maggie Gallagher and Dale Carpenter. For me, the debate simply perpetuated my lack of understanding about what exactly people in same-sex relationships want from legalizing same-sex marriages. … Continue reading →