Event held by the Roman Catholic church denies stall to LGBT Catholic group


Catholic LGBT group rejected by event pope will attend in Dublin

Source: The Guardian

Religion correspondent

An organisation representing LGBT Catholics around the world has been denied permission for a stall at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin, which Pope Francis is attending on 25 August.

The Global Network of Rainbow Catholics, which represents 60 organisations, has been told that “logistical considerations” and uncertainty regarding the amount of space available mean that it has not been allocated a booth in the gathering’s exhibition hall.

The WMF, an international event held by the Roman Catholic church every three years, opens in Dublin next Monday. Pope Francis will spend 36 hours in Ireland attending events and celebrating masses.

The GNRC applied to be allocated a stall at the exhibition hall in April. Despite repeated queries about the progress of its application, it was told only in the past few days that it had been rejected.

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1 reply

  1. What is the need to advertise ‘LGBT’? Do the rest of us advertise what we do in the privacy of our home?

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