Catholic Church Still Struggles to Talk Openly on LGBT+ Issues

7. November 2022 14:17 Me premium content

Catholics in Slovakia are hit by the Teplaren aftershock.

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Church hit by Tepláreň aftershocks

of Attack on Tepláreň Gay Bar The events in Bratislava that led to the murders of Julai Vanklich and Matej Horvath are dark moments of despair that come with the horror of witnessing the violent loss of life and the realization that the state is the very foundation on which it was supposed to be. marked What is built on freedom, security and democracy is at stake.

Slovak society has a recent experience of turning moments of despair into constructive force when the 2018 murders of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová led to a degree of political and social reckoning. Now, given that the victims of this latest attack were LGBT+ people, there are signs that something might be going on with perhaps the country’s most austere organization, the Roman Catholic Church. Catholic Church Still Struggles to Talk Openly on LGBT+ Issues

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