"Is there so much love in the world that we can
afford to discriminate against any kind of love?"
– Franciscan Fr. Mychal Judge
Related Off-site Links:
Mychal Judge, Gay Saint of 9/11 and Chaplain to New York Firefighters – Kittredge Cherry (Jesus in Love Blog, September 11, 2013).
Mychal, Pray for Us: 12 Years On – Thom (Faith in the 21st Century, September 11, 2013).
Tribute in Light a Source of Comfort, Hope on Anniversary of 9/11 – Jamie Manson (National Catholic Reporter, September 11, 2013).
Fallen 9/11 Priest Emerges as An Icon for Gay Catholics – Daniel Burke (Religion News Service via The Progressive Catholic Voice, September 1, 2011).
A Tower of Strength: An Excerpt of Michael Daly's New Book on Mychal Judge – Daily News (September 4, 2008).
Jon Stewart’s Touching Monologue After 9/11 Is What You Should Watch Today – Adrian Carrasquillo (BuzzFeed, September 11, 2013).
Kerry, Kissinger and the Other September 11 – Amy Goodman (TruthDig.com, September 11, 2013).
Chile’s 9/11: 40 Years Since Pinochet’s U.S-Backed Coup – Natasha Hakimi (TruthDig.com, September 11, 2013).
See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
In Mychal Judge's Heart "There Was Room for Everybody"
Kittredge Cherry on Mychal Judge, the "Gay Saint of 9/11"
Before (and After) the Poison
Karen Armstrong on the 9/11 Attacks: A “Flagrant and Wicked Abuse of Religion”
Rebecca Solnit on How 9/11 Should Be Remembered
9/11: Seven Years On
Remembering September 11 and Its Aftermath
Let’s Also Honor the “Expendables”
Image: Mychal Judge gazes out to sea on Long Island before a ceremony in 2000 for the victims of TWA Flight 800. (Associated Press).