Tag Archive: religion


I spent a good chunk of my college career working on different interfaith committees – primarily focusing on LGBTQ+ inclusive spaces and the sanctuary movement. As someone who had very little experience with… Continue reading

The “War on Christmas”.

**I’m specifically talking about the US for this post because things are different in different parts of the world. A few weeks ago, I wrote about the Starbucks holiday cups and how some saw the… Continue reading

Starbucks Red Holiday Cups.

Every year, there are many things that people get excited about as far as Starbucks drinks – pumpkin spice lattes in October/early fall and the holiday drinks and cups are probably some of… Continue reading

The Controversy of Junípero Serra.

Pope Francis’ visit to the US has been all over US news lately – so far Papa Frank has visited President Obama in the Oval House, he’s taken lunch with people experiencing homelessness… Continue reading

Being Queer and Having Faith.

I’ve written before about struggling with faith and my own queerness -coming out while attending a particularly Catholic university made things difficult from time to time. And having attended a Catholic elementary and middle… Continue reading

Faith and Activism.

One of the reasons I haven’t been back to church or joined a faith community in the last year or so is because I have personally found the lack of activism in some… Continue reading


I’m not particularly religious, despite spending most of my life in a religiously affiliated education setting and writing my senior thesis about religious denominational stances on homosexuality. (12 ish years of Catholic school… Continue reading


My Own Faith and the Struggle of Being Faithfully LGBTQ+

In my life, I’ve spent a large portion of my educational career at a Catholic school – my elementary/middle school was a tiny little Catholic school in my hometown and my oh so… Continue reading