A couple of decades ago the US Bishops wrote a pastoral letter for parents of gay children. It was entitled Always Our Children.
In the flurry of US political conversations and polarization in this upcoming election season there seems to be a disconnect in how we talk about different categories of people in our country. As a nation we seem to make categories of people as “other” – as the undeserving, the illegal, the wrong color or sexual orientation, the wrong gender. Continue reading →