To augment Luca Badini’s Zoom: The Wijngaards Institute for Catholic Research: Academic Statement on the Ethics of Free and Faithful Same-Sex Relationships

Reposting this from June 2021: 

In honouring women and men from the LGBTQ+ community during June (Pride Month), research from the Wijngaards Institute is presented again:

Authors, contributors, and signatories from various fields and backgrounds have signed the statement from The Wijngaards Institute for Catholic Research.

Link to Statement:

Link to download report on Christian Objections to Same Sex Relationships: An Academic Assessment:

The goal of this research project is to provide the Catholic hierarchy with a critical evaluation of the arguments behind official Catholic teaching on LGBT people and relationships.

Link to research questions:

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