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A man walks through the snow with a suitcase across N. She is one of two girls charged as adults in the 2014 stabbing of their sixth-grade classmate, who survived 19 stab wounds. 21 solar eclipse captivated people from Oregon to South Carolina and Milwaukee.
At p.m., the eclipse was at 83% totality outside the Milwaukee Public Museum downtown.
"The priest in the Milwaukee Archdiocese serves as the pastor of St. On Monday, he came out to the rest of the world with a column in the National Catholic Reporter.
While it is established that there are gay men who serve as priests, it is rare for a priest to come out to his congregation in this way.
In my priestly life and ministry, I, too, will help you, whether you are gay or straight, bisexual or transgendered, to be your authentic self — to be fully alive living in your image and likeness of God.
In reflecting our God-images out into the world, our world will be a brighter, more tolerant place."I have lived far too many years chained up and imprisoned in the closet behind walls of shame, trauma and abuse because of the homophobia and discrimination so prevalent in my church and the world. ' " Eduarda Lopes, 9, holds her sister, Valentina Vitoria Lopes, April 8 at their home in Duque de Caxias, a suburb of Rio de Janeiro in southeastern Brazil.
Donning their protective eclipse glasses are (clockwise from upper left) Mina Mares, Amalia Baumann, James Mares, 8, and Ilary Toro, 9.
"I will embrace the person that God created me to be.
Greiten shares an estimate in his article that there are between 8,554 and 21,571 gay Catholic priests in the United States from "The Changing Face of the Priesthood." Church theology teaches that acting upon homosexuality is a sin.
In announcing his identity as a gay man, Greiten chastised the Catholic Church for its stance on homosexuality.
This only perpetuates the toxic shaming and systemic secrecy."Greiten wrote that he stands with the "few courageous priests who have taken the risk to come out of the shadows and have chosen to live in truth and authenticity." He described the experience of concealing his identity as exhausting and that he wished all that energy could have been used to building up communities of faith.
He echoed words from Pope Francis last year when he urged the church and other Christian communities to apologize to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities, along with "other groups it has offended throughout history." Before talking to his parishioners on Sunday and publishing his story Monday in the National Catholic Reporter, Greiten made a point to meet with Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki to tell him what he planned to do, an archdiocese spokeswoman said.
As priests who have made a promise to celibacy, we know that every week there are people in our pews who struggle with the question of homosexuality," Listecki said in the statement.