Mary Thompson Keilholz is one of the contacts
for the LGBT Outreach at Our Lady of Visitation in Cincinnati, Ohio.
It is interesting that their program is on the Cincinnati Diocese Webpage
for the Courage Apostolate.
It is interesting because the common consensus among LGBT advocate groups
is that Courage is a threat to the changes that the groups listed below
would like to see occur in the Catholic Church.
“Courage” Comes to Detroit
.....It became evident that we needed to take some further action to call attention to and counter the upcoming information sessions on “Courage.”
.....A press release was written and sent out to local papers. Invitations to join our Vigil were sent to Dignity Detroit, PFLAG Detroit, and our local Catholic Parents group which was recently established. Notices were posted on Facebook and an interfaith LGBT advocacy group helped get the word out to other faith communities as well as arranging for posters to be printed for the Vigil
.....Unfortunately the message that “Courage” sends is still out there and is spreading.
.....Sincere people are looking to the Church for answers, but
the Courage message is the wrong answer for our LGBT daughters and sons.
.....“Courage” is on the move and
we need to be knowledgeable about its message and
ready to offer the loving alternative represented by Fortunate Families.
Clicking Like below a post on Facebook is an easy way to let people know that you enjoy it without leaving a comment. Just like a comment, the fact that you liked the post is visible below it.
For example, if you click Like below a friend's video:
§ People who can see the video will be able to see that you liked it
§ A story will be posted on your Timeline that you liked your friend's video
§ The person who posted the video will get a notification that you liked it
These are "Liked" groups that we found on Mary Thompson Keilholz Facebook page: