Cardinal Cupich and Thomas Rosica Host Pro-Gay Journalist at Chicago Theology on Tap

On July 10, 2017, the Archdiocese of Chicago will launch “a revitalized Theology on Tap for Summer 2017.” According to an announcement from St. Clement Parish in Chicago:

Cardinal Blase J. Cupich will be hosting the evening, which will feature Father Tom Roscia [sic], media attaché of the Holy See, organizer of World Youth Day, and CEO of Salt and Light TV; and Michael O’Loughlin, author of Tweetable Pope and National Correspondent for America Magazine, as they lead an interactive discussion on what young people have in common with Pope Francis (hint: it’s more than you think!)

Michael O’Loughlin is a Catholic journalist who reports primarily on issues concerning homosexuality and the LGBT community; he has written extensively for “America,” “The Huffington Post,” and the gay periodical “The Advocate.” In 2015, he published his book “The Tweetable Pope: A Spiritual Revolution in 140 Characters.” During a private Papal audience, O’Loughlin, with Rosica, presented a copy of the book to Pope Francis. O’Loughlin has also supports the LGBT outreach of James Martin, S.J.

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