Let’s Talk About Homosexuality
An 8-part Catholic conversation. . .
for anyone personally touched by homosexuality…or for anyone wanting to know more about this orientation and how it can influence our lives and affect our faith.
Permission is granted for you to download and print this copyrighted series for your personal use, for parish study groups, for adult education programs, for ministry support, for future reference.
The series was created by Jerry Furlong, father of a gay son. The readings are organized by “weeks,” rather than by chapters because the series was written as an adult education program to be placed on a parish website over a period of eight successive weeks.
Here are a few of the many favorable comments we have received from our website readers:
“This is a great help to a friend’s mom who is struggling with her daughter’s orientation.” …..Religious sister
“The series is fabulous. I am thinking of e-mailing it to our church education leaders.” …..Mother of gay son
“It is a marvelous summary that has already proven very helpful for our own support group.” …..Priest/psychologist
“Readable, informative, positive.” …..Mother of gay son/co-founder parents support group
“A wonderful resource.” ….. Gay Man
Check out this highly informative and fascinating discussion for yourself. Each week is available for downloading as an Adobe Acrobat file.
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Week 1: Common Questions about Homosexuality
The Basic Stuff
Week 2: Common Questions about Homosexuality
Week 3: Putting a Human Face on Homosexuality
Parents Talk of Their Experience
Week 4: Putting a Human Face on Homosexuality
Gay and Lesbian Persons Talk of Their Experience
Week 5: Moral and Pastoral Considerations
What the Church Teaches
Week 6: Moral and Pastoral Considerations
Other Catholic Voices: So What Are We To Do?
The Role of Conscience
Week 7: Moral and Pastoral Considerations
Other Catholic Voices: Shared Thoughts on Vatican Documents
Week 8: Moral and Pastoral Considerations
Other Catholic Voices:
The Question of “Finality”
“A Biblical Understanding”
Can Teaching Change?
One Last Question
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