Dancing With Myself: A Dialogue On Gender & Sexuality, Part II

2 years ago with 5 comments in Uncategorized
Steve Gershom and Joseph Prever, mutually fascinated by each other’s sparkling intellects, but again, in a way that is totally not weird, get together at the same coffee shop where they first bumped into each other, to continue their discussion on gender and sexuality. Joseph begins with an attack disguised as a concession. JP: Have you thought a bit more about what I said? I know you ...

You Have To Meet the Man

4 years ago with 11 comments in Uncategorized
Your friends make known, O Lord, the glorious splendor of your kingdom.1 One nice thing about going to daily(ish) Mass is hearing about the saints, who I usually can’t even be bothered to talk to, much less read about. We’re under no obligation to do any of the above, of course, which is like saying that the son of a rich man could chew on corn cobs and sleep on a bed of hay, if ...

It’s Not You, It’s My !@#$ Celibacy

5 years ago with 26 comments in Uncategorized
I tried for over an hour to write this post about what happened today at the gym. It was about how, even though I found out my gym buddy Eddy is gay, and found this out by him hitting on me, and had to tell him that yes, I’m (1) gay, but also (2) Catholic and therefore (3) celibate, I feel nothing but good and satisfied and proud of myself. Well, I do feel good and satisfied and proud ...

Latin Mass

6 years ago with 2 comments in Uncategorized
Woke up late this morning, and the first church I tried turned out to have a ‘property for sale’ sign draped over their billboard, so their 11:30 was definitely not happening. I ended up at the Spanish Mass at St. Paul’s. I spent some time once with a religious order in Peru — that’ll have to be another post — which left me with some knowledge of Spanish ...