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November 27, 2018 33 min

Too often, gay persons in churches feel invisible, unwanted, even marginalized. This is particularly true in more traditional churches. The message seems to be "shut up and go away." Our guest, Bridget Eileen, a committed Christian and celibate lesbian, lends her perspective to this problem. How can churches help facilitate gay persons feeling more fully a part of their communities? Should gay Christians "come out?" These are just a couple of the questions we discuss. To learn more about Bridget and her writing, go to her blog at www.meditationsofatravelingnun.com

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