Jesuits for trans whatever in Seattle

Seattle U. staged one big support group for sexual deviationists:

The conference’s keynote speaker was Kathy Talvacchia, associate dean of academic and student affairs at New York University Graduate School of Arts and Science and co-author of the book Queer Christianities. The Spectator noted that Talvacchia “has narrated her experience coming out as a lesbian woman and how the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola were a really important part in balancing her identity of being Catholic and queer.”
“Being at a Jesuit university, that [experience] toes the line of official church teaching and healthy inquiry and respect for the human person and individual,” said Seattle University’s campus minister for faith formation, Rachel Doll O’Mahoney, according to the Spectator.

Toes the line? Try “straddles.” Rachel Doll might consult a dictionary.

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