Chris Skrable, talked about the "clashing of identities" that arose as a result of his Catholic faith and his status as a gay man. Skrable served as a Jesuit before leaving the order after three years."The sense of integrity is worth it," Skrable said about his coming out process. Although the panel unanimously agreed that Loyola offers a tolerant environment for LGBTQA students, with one panelist saying that "people at Loyola really look at the whole person," Skrable still voiced reservations when it comes to reconciling Catholic teaching with the realities of being gay.
Link (here) to the student newspaper of the University of Loyola - Chicago, entitled the Phoenix
Jesuit bio from 2002
Christopher Skrable has a BA in psychology from the College of William and Mary and an MA in religious studies from the Catholic University of America. He taught high school theology for two years and has worked as a director of youth ministries at a parish in Virginia. He has done volunteer work in the Dominican Republic; since 1992 he has developed or directed over 100 high school, college, and young adult retreats. (Maryland Province).
Link (here) to the Jesuit magazine called Company.
Skrable at the Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (here)