2020 Muestra de Belenes de Crismhom

 

Crismhom te invita a participar en la primera Muestra de Belenes de Crismhom 2020: 

EN CADA BELÉN UNA EMOCIÓN

Este año, el Niño Dios llega para consolar y alentar a todas las personas de este mundo. Su abrazo es universal, no distingue de razas, géneros, credos, orientación ni ninguna otra característica humana.

Envíanos una fotografía de tu Belén, del que esta Navidad va a compartir tu día a día en tu hogar. Lo colgaremos en nuestra web y en las redes sociales, ¡para llevar su mensaje de Amor y Esperanza a todo aquel que nos visite!

Retiro de adviento 2020: Enredo de Rieval y el camino de la amistad espiritual

Esta retiro tiene lugar el sábado 21 de noviembre de 2020 de 10h a 14:30h a través de vídeo conferencia o en Barbieri 18 pidiendo CITA PREVIA (escribe a la dirección com_liturgia@crismhom.org). Es imprescindible inscribirse previamente antes del 20 de noviembre para participar. En este retiro se trabaja la figura de Elredo de Rieval, monje cisterciense inglés, probablemente homosexual, para guiarnos en un camino de encuentro mutuo y con Jesús de Nazaret a través de la amistad espiritual. Se facilitarán reflexiones para preparar la llegada de Jesús de Nazaret en el tiempo de Navidad. En el retiro se darán unas breves guías de reflexión y se hará un breve trabajo corporal, oración meditativa, liturgia de las horas guiadas (inspiradas en Thomas Merton) y un jugoso espacio para compartir.

2020-10-22 Crismhom recibe con cariño las palabras de Francisco

 

Pope FrancisPapa Francisco: «Las personas homosexuales (…) son hijos de Dios, tienen derecho a una familia»

Francisco se expresa así en el documental «Francesco», realizado por Evgeny Afineevsky y presentado al mundo el 21 de octubre de 2020.

No es la primera vez que este Papa nos sorprende con frases que, de ser escuchadas en cualquier conversación cotidiana, no tendrían ninguna repercusión.

De hecho, ahí está la clave: por primera vez, un Papa de la Iglesia católica aborda el tema de las uniones civiles entre homosexuales sin descalificarlo o condenarlo, con la naturalidad con la que lo trataría cualquier persona plenamente consciente de la igualdad que se vive y se debe proteger en la sociedad civil. Con la naturalidad con la que hablaba Jesús de Nazaret.

Rezamos cada día para que el Espíritu siga inspirando a nuestro Pontífice, para que muchas otras personas y confesiones, dentro o fuera de la jerarquía, acepten la diversidad como riqueza, no como amenaza, y para que palabras de aliento y de cariño se traduzcan lo antes posible en corrección de normas excluyentes y anacrónicas.

 

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2020-10-22 Crismhom welcomes Pope Francis words

Pope FrancisPope Francis: “Homosexual persons….are children of God, they have the right to a family”

That’s how Francis expresses himself in Evgeny Afineevsky’s documentary “Francesco” which had its worldwide launch on 21 st October 2020.

It’s not the first time this Pope has surprised us with phrases which, were they to have been overheard in everyday conversation, would have had no repercussions.

In fact, that is what is key: for the first time a Pope of the Catholic Church touches on the question of same-sex civil unions without disqualifying or condemning them. He treats them as naturally as would anybody who is fully conscious of the equality which is lived, and which must be protected, in civil society. Speaking as naturally as Jesus of Nazareth.

We pray daily that the Holy Spirit continues to inspire our Pontiff, so that many other people and religious groups, within our hierarchy and outside it, may come to accept that diversity is an enrichment, and not a threat; and that the words of encouragement and affection may very soon be reflected in the correction of anachronistic and discriminatory norms.

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Crismhom welcomes Pope Francis words

Pope Francis: “Homosexual persons….are children of God, they have the right to a family”

That’s how Francis expresses himself in Evgeny Afineevsky’s documentary “Francesco” which had
its worldwide launch on 21 st October 2020.

It’s not the first time this Pope has surprised us with phrases which, were they to have been
overheard in everyday conversation, would have had no repercussions.

In fact, that is what is key: for the first time a Pope of the Catholic Church touches on the
question of same-sex civil unions without disqualifying or condeming them. He treats them as
naturally as would anybody who is fully conscious of the equality which is lived, and which must
be protected, in civil society. Speaking as naturally as Jesus of Nazareth.

For Crismhom, an ecumenical LGBTI+H Christian community in Madrid, it is a great joy to
receive these words. Even if they don’t make any change in the current norms of the Church,
they presuppose a small but considerable step forward towards full equality of rights and the
normalization of rainbow reality in the bosom of the Church (in this case, the Catholic Church,
but, please God, in all other Christian churches and confessions as well). The Pope can be
assured that Crismhom is walking alongside him on this path towards the full realization of our
affective, sexual and gender reality as we journey with respect and with Love.

However well-integrated we may be within society, LGBTI believers continue to be grateful for
this “living water” which comes in the form of words of justice and affection. For even those
who have worked through a process of self-acceptance and are able to take part actively in their
parishes or groups of shared faith remember their “long odyssey” through the desert. That
odyssey has left us with a thirst that can only be quenched by the love which Jesus has shown us,
and which we find repeated in declarations like this one.

Francis spoke in the first person, repeating the position he took when he was Archbishop of
Buenos Aires. The man has not changed, but his role on the chessboard certainly has.

We pray daily that the Holy Spirit continues to inspire our Pontiff, so that many other people
and religious groups, within our hierarchy and outside it, may come to acccept that diversity is an
enrichment, and not a threat; and that the words of encouragement and affection may very soon
be reflected in the correction of anachronistic and discriminatory norms.

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