View Larger Image 1994: The Faces of AIDS Joseph Sciambra2017-03-10T18:29:52+00:00January 24th, 2017|Blog, Jesus Loves Gay Men| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditGoogle+Pinterest Related Posts Gallery A Time of Crisis, a Lack of Leadership, and the Fall of the Post-Conciliar Church May 20th, 2020 | 1 Comment Gallery In the Midst of a Pandemic – The Catholic Church Offered “Queer” Stations of the Cross May 13th, 2020 Gallery Joe Biden, James Martin, and The Human Rights Campaign May 7th, 2020 Gallery The Priests I Admire the Most – Are Probably Not Those You Would Expect May 5th, 2020 Gallery Finding Faith, Hope, and Charity on the Margins of the Catholic Church April 23rd, 2020 One Comment Amanda McKim July 20, 2017 at 2:17 am Oh these beautiful children of God. I pray they all knew how precious they are to him. My uncle was 19 or 20 in the early 90s when he died of AIDS. My uncle was sexually abused by an uncle on his mother’s side (He and my mom had different mothers), and from there he began to have trists as he would called them. Ironically the uncle who sexually abused him died of AIDS a year before he died. If they only knew how loved they were by God. I can’t imagine where their lives would have led them, but I pray I get to meet my uncle in Heaven. God bless you Joseph for the love in truth you share. Comments are closed.