View Larger Image Gay: A Journey to Nowhere Joseph Sciambra2017-12-05T22:11:31+00:00December 5th, 2017|Blog, Outreach, The Truth About "gay"| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditGoogle+Pinterest Related Posts Gallery Archdiocese of NY Parish Does Gay Pride and Recommends Dissident LGBT Ministries December 13th, 2018 | 0 Comments Gallery Pro-Gay Diocese of Lexington: Jesus “was here to teach us how to love not who to love.” November 20th, 2018 Gallery Archdiocese of San Francisco Promotes Pro-LGBT Catholic Conference Featuring Call to Action Speaker November 18th, 2018 Gallery James Martin’s Favorite Catholic LGBT Ministry Reading Book About Two Abused Boys Who Begin Homosexual Relationship November 14th, 2018 Gallery James Martin says there is “not currently” a Catholic ritual that recognizes same-sex relationships October 25th, 2018 5 Comments Holly December 6, 2017 at 3:12 am Awesome. Darren December 6, 2017 at 4:49 am You are amazing Joseph. Thank you for these video posts. You truly are a blessing from God. You speak the truth because I have been through all that you speak about. You are a beacon for those of us like you who are out there and know the truth but journey alone. Thank you for choosing to shine that torch for Christ. Thank you for choosing to shine that torch for me. I thank God for you and seeing the depth of sacrifice and suffering you endure particularly by giving on to others with these pages for which you are exposed and open to ridicule and more suffering only reminds me of a saint. Thank you. Ben December 6, 2017 at 11:01 am Dear Joseph, Thanks for sharing your story. Thanks for daring to be so open. Keep strong in Christ. Ben J. December 14, 2017 at 3:14 am Thank you so much for sharing truth and your story. Please keep talking and writing and sharing the data and research. You are influencing countless people. It is empowering for us to know the truth—truth that has been sanitized so heavily. NG December 30, 2017 at 9:04 pm God bless you for putting the message out there and being vulnerable about your own life. Your story is the strong message that many need to hear. It is unpopular to speak out, but we as Christians need to. I am sorry for the ways I have failed some of the gay men in my life, as I had no idea about their struggle in our younger days and I was so naive I did not understand their identity issues. Now in the middle age, these guys are ‘living the dream’ but they are not happy – their eyes show emptiness and pain, despite all the financial and academic successes. Praying to be there for them now as an intercessor, even when speaking dircetly is not always possible. Comments are closed.