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Faith on Friday: You are not alone

Faith on Friday: You are not alone

“You are not alone here, don’t fearYou are not alone here, no wayThere’s plenty more others here, yeah yeahMy friend, oh you are not alone” “I am utterly spent and crushed;     I groan because of the tumult of my heart… My heart throbs, my strength…

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Today…January 12th

Today…January 12th

On January 12th, 1987, actor Naya Marie Rivera was born in Valencia, California. A child star, Rivera was best known for her role on the television show Glee where she played reformed mean girl Santana Lopez – one half of a same-gender-loving couple on the…

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Today…January 11th

Today…January 11th

On January 11th, 1973, An American Family documentary series premiered on PBS. The show featured the real daily lives and experiences of the Loud family from Santa Barbara, California – decades before the Osbournes or the Kardashians were on the air. Over seven months, producers…

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Today…January 10th

Today…January 10th

On January 10th, 1980, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence formalized their organization in San Francisco. The order of transgender and queer nuns states that since their first appearance on Easter Sunday, 1979, “the Sisters have devoted ourselves to community service, ministry and outreach to those…

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Happy Anniversary, January 7th – 14th

Happy Anniversary, January 7th – 14th

These are the churches celebrating Open and Affirming anniversary this week:

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Today…January 9th

Today…January 9th

On January 9th, 1941, Joan Chandos Biaz was born. The Mexican-American, bisexual folk singer has been speaking and working for justice for decades. She stood with Cesar Chavez to fight for migrant farm rights and she performed during the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s…

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Happy Anniversary!

Happy Anniversary!

These are the churches celebrating Open and Affirming anniversary over the last week:

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Today…January 8th

Today…January 8th

In the Episcopal Church of America, January 8th is the feast day for the Reverend Dr. Pauli Murray. Murray was civil rights activist, and the National Organization for Women says of her: “She was one of the most important thinkers and legal scholars of the…

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Today…January 7th

Today…January 7th

On January 7th, 1957 the American Civil Liberty Union (ACLU) “…decided that laws that made sexual intimacy a crime for lesbians and gay men could not be constitutionally challenged.” This was a radical departure from earlier efforts to end discrimination for LGBTQIA+ people. Today, the…

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Today…January 6th

Today…January 6th

Jeanne d’Arc, or Joan of Arc in English (1412 – 1431), was born on around 1412 in Domremy, France. Some historians have listed her birth date as January 6th of that year, but there are no records that indicate the exact date. Like many modern…

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