“Look at the face of the other.… Discover that he has a soul, a history, and a life, that he is a person, and that God loves this person.”
Here are three intimate and candid portraits of Catholics who try to navigate the waters of self-understanding, faith, and homosexuality:
Dan, a gregarious artist who spent his life hiding a deep sense of isolation from those who loved him;
Rilene, a successful businesswoman who realized that twenty-five years with her partner did not provide the fulfillment she had hoped for;
and Paul, an international model who, after a life of self-indulgence, found grace in the last place he expected.