Building a Bridge: Revised and Expanded Edition

Building a Bridge: Revised and Expanded Edition

A new revised and expanded edition of "Building a Bridge" is now available. It includes almost 40% new material, featuring a new introduction that answers the most common questions and critiques about the book.

It also includes more facts and statistics to help us understand the LGBT experience, especially regarding violence, suicide and bullying and more biblical meditations and reflection questions to help everyone deepen their relationship with God, and one another.

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Most of all, it includes more stories from LGBT Catholics who invite us all to listen and learn.

For more information about the book: https://www.harperone.com/jamesmartin/

 

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