Feminists and gay Christians who accept the Church

Acceptance, a Sydney organisation of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Catholics, “have celebrated a weekly Mass continuously for most of the past 40 years”, notes Kristina Keneally in a recent address.

She goes on to speak about how it is that she is a feminist and still a Catholic, and that while she finds in the Church “things that abhor and disgust me … none of these takes away from the core tenets of my faith: that Jesus is both human and divine, the son of God, and in him I am saved”.

Kristina Keneally is a member of the NSW Labor Party. She was the 42nd Premier of New South Wales.

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