David Norse, the first openly gay Presbyterian pastor ordained in Philadelphia, opens up about integrating his LGBT identity with his Christian faith.
Hugh Taft-Morales explains the Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia’s position on religion.
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Hugh Taft-Morales didn’t expect this. “I knew it was going to be big,” he said. “It’s well beyond what I thought it was going to be. Clearly, Philadelphia’s got a lot of Catholic tradition and heritage.” Taft-Morales is not Catholic, nor is he from Philadelphia. The leader of the Ethical … Continue Reading Pope in Philly: One Faith’s Celebration is Another’s Inconvenience
Victoria Watts is sitting at a small, round table with an iced coffee alongside her blue sunglasses at J&K Euphoria in Northern Liberties. She’s telling a story, which isn’t uncommon. “It took me 25 years to figure everything out,” she said. “I’m 27 now. I came out when I was 25. … Continue Reading Emotionally right, technically wrong
Marc Lancaster didn’t really start listening to music until he was 15. And even then, it only happened because a girl he was a friend with gave him a cassette tape of Nirvana’s first album, “Bleach.” He only began playing guitar since he wasn’t allowed a BB gun. “She’s like, … Continue Reading Indie rock, sounds behind vinyl comeback