View Larger Image ex-gay Catholic at the Folsom Street Fair Joseph Sciambra2018-10-03T00:35:15+00:00October 3rd, 2018|Blog, Outreach, Pop Culture & Porn| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditGoogle+Pinterest Related Posts Gallery Suffering, Salvation, and the Saints February 10th, 2019 | 3 Comments Gallery James Martin to Receive LGBT Award at Notre Dame January 23rd, 2019 Gallery 1973: The APA and the Normalization of Homosexuality January 18th, 2019 Gallery Pro-Gay Franciscan Will Celebrate Prominent Liturgy at 2019 LA REC January 11th, 2019 Gallery The Rise of the Catholic Layman, Husband, and Father in 2018 January 11th, 2019 4 Comments Mary skibski October 3, 2018 at 2:06 am Thank you for sharing and helping Evangeline October 3, 2018 at 11:20 am Joseph, you look healthy, I have to say that, you look just, healthy. Yours is the voice of experience and wisdom. I feel I always learn something from you. Your story is such an important one, your viewpoint really matters. I hope there are homosexual men and women who hear you and really hear you, and repent. It is really heartbreaking to imagine a young man going there to find the attention and love he should have gotten from his own father. So many fathers walk away from their children, and look what that can do. Thank you again Joseph. God bless you and keep you. Please take care of yourself. Kabir October 15, 2018 at 8:12 am Joseph has some great insights on gay life. The chaste way, though difficult, might be the only way to real happiness for gay people. However I take issue with flaky theories like ‘distant father/dominant mother’. Not true for me or the dozens of people who I know at least. Maybe it’s true for some people though. I see ‘gay’ as an inborn defect, a congenital abberation…I don’t harbor false hopes that deep deep inside I’m actually straight. Too old for that nonsense now. For reasons unknown to me, the lord gave me this cross – I have to bear it somehow. NG October 19, 2018 at 10:04 pm Dear Kabir, I respectfully disagree with the idea that ‘the Lord gave me this cross’. It is very clear in the Bible that God is not tempted by evil, and that every good gift comes from Him – He does not give people something that He Himself calls abomination. We have many frailties and weaknesses (and inborn temptations towards different sins) because of the Fall. Thank God, He gave His Son Jesus to rescue us from our sins, and He is your hope and comfort as well. Blessings and love your way. Comments are closed.