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Secretly, San Jose is the most gay-friendly diocese in the nation. And now, one parish wants the world to know. Surrounding him, a dozen people link hands around an altar inside a tiny, dimly lit chapel at St. This is the Emmaus Mass, the only bishop-sanctioned gathering for gay and lesbian Catholics in the Diocese of San Jose. Held on Saturday evenings inside a small glass room, this quiet, subdued gathering of older men and women focuses on being a safe place of support for Silicon Valley's LGBT Catholic community and their families.
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The Catholic Church considers sexual activity between members of the same sex to be a sin. This teaching has developed through a number of ecumenical councils and the influence of theologians, including the Church Fathers. Historically, the Catholic Church has resisted the acceptance of homosexuality within Christian society. The church provides pastoral care for LGBT Catholics through a variety of official and unofficial channels that vary from diocese to diocese, and senior clergy and popes have recently begun to call for the church to do more. In many parts of the world, the Church is active politically on issues of LGBT rights , primarily to oppose them.
Most Holy Redeemer parish has a lamentable reputation of having caved in to demands of homosexual activists. One group of homosexual activists which until recently operated regularly out of the parish was called "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence", men who wear makeup and dress as Catholic nuns. Archbishop Niederauer was filmed giving two members of this group Holy Communion Sunday. The "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence", whose motto is "go and sin some more" and describes itself as a "leading-edge order of queer nuns," planned to hold regular bingo games at Most Holy Redeemer parish until Catholic activists reported the plans to the press. A local homosexual newspaper, the San Francisco Bay Times, reported that the events at the parish included sexually explicit activities.