Beliefs


New York City, NY


Kalaya'an Mendoza, Queer Filipinx Social Justice Facilitator. Co-Founder, Across Frontlines.


Queer activist Kalaya’an Mendoza left the Catholic Church after experiencing religious homophobia at a young age. Face-to-face with Father Julian Jagudilla, he questions if Catholicism can truly embrace the LGBTQ community. 

Can beliefs and acceptance coexist?

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