Jim Martin (Credit: Joseph Sciambra)

Jim Martin’s Favorite Catholic LGBT Ministry Reading Book about Two Abused Boys Who Begin a Homosexual Relationship

. . .the book tells the story of two very different 16-year old boys, Jim & Doyler.  With the backdrop of political & social upheaval in early 20th century Ireland, these two wayward & abused young men begin a friendship that eventually results in intimate relations.  While Jim is naive & shy, Doyler is more outgoing.  Jim attends a Catholic school where one of his teachers is a religious named “Brother Polycarp.” According to one reviewer, “Jim is too innocent to realise how he is being groomed by Brother Polycarp.”  In the meantime, the more streetwise Doyler meets an older gay man who pays the teenage boy for. . .

by Joseph Sciambra

Live Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament – Adorecast
Heads Will Roll! A New “You Won’t Believe Your Eyes Ugly” Altar – Fr. Z’s Blog
Incredible Painting Depicting Face of Jesus Found in Ruins of Ancient Israeli Church – uCthlc
Millennials, Authenticity, & the Latin Mass – Jake Neu, Crisis Magazine
St. Louis Ballerina Raffaella Stroik’s Body Found in Mark Twain Lake – Doyle Murphy, RFT
Fr. Zed Muses on Millennials, Authenticity, & the Latin Mass – Fr. Z’s Blog
Synodality Up in Smoke, Exercises of Pontifical Monarchy in the U.S. & China – San. Magister
Bishop Richard Malone of Buffalo Criticized for $200,000 House Renovation – The CWR
We Need to Think More Like Jesus; Dr. Ray Guarendi Book Review – Pt. Socks, Catholic Stand
Albertus Magnus – Amy Welborn, Charlotte Was Both

The Value of Black as a Liturgical Colour – 
Despite Asia Bibi’s Historic Acquittal, Pakistan’s Catholic Leaders Remain Silent – NCRegister
Rembrandt’s Biblical Works on Display in Denver – John Burger, Aleteia
Don’t Let Fear & Scandal Kill Charity – Constance T. Hull, Catholic Exchange
Note: A new post is published daily at 12:01 am U.S. Central Time

Share on twitter
Share on facebook
Share on email
Share on whatsapp
Share on linkedin
%d bloggers like this: