Still Fighting the Good Fight: Just Trying to Go To Church

Patricia wanted to go to church. The moment she read the bulletin post from the priest at St. Gregory’s church in Picton her response was disbelief and then anger then action. That was the way people like her faced this sort of opposition, through action and protest. A self-described old-school butch, she was born and … More Still Fighting the Good Fight: Just Trying to Go To Church

Take Me To Church: A Message of Pride for St. Gregory’s Catholic Church

It took less than 72 hours. In less than 72 hours a community came together in an astounding and unprecedented show of solidarity. In less than 72 hours over 400 people descended onto a church in Picton, ON in peaceful and colourful response to a bulletin statement that sought to invalidate an entire group of … More Take Me To Church: A Message of Pride for St. Gregory’s Catholic Church

Dear Bishop Mulhall (An Open Letter by Andre Gratton)

*Please note that the views expressed below are not wholly reflective of People of PEC, they are the views and words of the writer. Edited for length and clarity. I am writing to you as a result of some damaged relationships in Prince Edward County due to actions and words shared by one of your employees, Father Robert Chisholm … More Dear Bishop Mulhall (An Open Letter by Andre Gratton)

A Pride Love Letter for Prince Edward County: By This They Will Know You Follow Me

I had a friend in high school who was– among other things–overly friendly with all the girls and an endless tease. He was funny, exuberant and had a large, fabulous personality. My boyfriend, now husband, was often irritated by his presence only because boundaries were foreign to this guy. But I loved him. For example, … More A Pride Love Letter for Prince Edward County: By This They Will Know You Follow Me