|Fr. Bryan Massingale|
Rev. Bryan Massingale, a priest with the archdiocese of Milwaukee and an associate professor of moral theology at Catholic, Jesuit-run Marquette University, and Sr. Simone Campbell, executive director of NETWORK, a Catholic social justice lobby,
both spoke at a recent event for a group that advocates “full equality” for h@mosexuals. At the event the pair were confronted by a reporter with CNS News, who asked the priest whether he agrees with the Catholic Church’s teaching on h@mosexuality – a question that the priest demurred from answering.
The March 30 event on Capitol Hill was hosted by a group called “Equally Blessed” which describes itself as “a coalition of faithful Catholics who support full equality for le@bian, g@y, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people both in the church and in civil society,”
Link (here) to read the full interview of Fr. Brian.