June 15, 2015
CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE
WASHINGTON – The Catholic Church needs to make its teaching on homosexuality "accessible, understandable and compelling for people," said the director of a Church apostolate that ministers to homosexuals. Father Paul Check, director of Courage, said Catholics with same-sex attraction would be also more likely to "understand what the Church teaches if it became more plain to them that they have a place in the Church." Check aims to get that message across through the work of his apostolate, which particularly focuses on providing clergy training.