“If someone is gay, has good will and is seeking God, who are we to judge?”
– Pope Francis
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Based at Our Lady of Lourdes’ Parish in Toronto, Canada, All Inclusive Ministries (AIM) is a welcoming, safe, and affirming Catholic community. We serve as a bridge between the Church and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons. We also welcome their families and friends.
We envision a time when all the children of God participate fully in all aspects of life within the Church and society.
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By Bishoy Dawood In the majority of liturgical rites in its diversity of languages and ritual prayers, it is common to find a pre-communion prayer of unworthiness to receive the Body and Blood of Christ. In the Roman rite, this prayer is found as a rephrased sentence in the first person from the Roman Centurion’s…
Note: This post was originally a sermon in All Inclusive Ministries’ monthly mass, celebrated on the fourth Saturday of every month at 7:00 p.m. Gospel: Luke 9:51-62. Second Reading: Galatians 5:1, 13-18. Fr. Gilles Mongeau, SJ Jesus’ ministry has reached a turning point. The work of healing, reconciling and teaching has not borne the hoped for fruit; the…
By Louis May I am gay. I seek to love God and others within the particular context of the Roman Catholic Church. Lately, however, the words, “Face it. The Church is just not that into you,” have presented themselves annoyingly and persistently in my own consciousness. Friends have asked why I choose to stay in…