Sr. Jeannine Gramick & Bishop Paprocki Present Catholic Views on Marriage

Sister Jeannine Gramick

Sister Jeannine Gramick

Bishop Thomas Paprocki

Bishop Thomas Paprocki

Sister Jeannine Gramick, SL,  co-founder of New Ways Ministry and longtime Catholic advocate for LGBT equality, will engage in a conversation about marriage equality with Bishop Thomas Paprocki, of Springfield, Illinois, on Friday, May 31, 2013, in Phoenix, Arizona.

Entitled “Two Catholic Views on Marriage,” the event is sponsored by the Jesuit Alumni of Arizona organization, and will be moderated by journalist and author Robert Blair Kaiser.  The program is scheduled for 6:00 p.m., at Shadow Rock United Church of Christ Church, 12861 North 8th Street Phoenix, Arizona 85029.

New Ways Ministry encourages all who are able to attend this event.  You can purchase tickets for the event here.   It promises to be an evening of serious education and reflection.

–Francis DeBernardo, New Ways Ministry

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7 Responses to Sr. Jeannine Gramick & Bishop Paprocki Present Catholic Views on Marriage

  1. Ryan Sattler says:

    Dear Sr. Jeannine…you know you travel to Arizona with a suitcase over flowing with prayers. May the INCLUSiVE SPIRIT OF GOD be with you again, as SHE has been with you all of these years. Can’t wait to read the June 1 Bondings 2.0.

  2. The only hope I have in the institution of the Catholic church is people like Sr. Jeannine. Many of the faithful are with you, sister!!

  3. Erma Durkin says:

    Is a video presentation going to be available for us (me) to witness this special event?

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