Monday on Lake Effect: The Catholic Church & the LGBT Community, Sherman Park, Art Therapy
Monday on Lake Effect:
A Jesuit priest explains why he thinks the Catholic Church should better welcome its LGBT parishioners. Later, the commonalities between an African-American barbershop and the Kosher butcher shop next door in Sherman Park. We'll visit a growing art therapy studio in Bay View and find out why the practice is gaining popularity. And an essayist thinks back on a moving time in his life.
- Fr. James Martin, author, Building a Bridge
- My Barbershop and Kosher Meat Klub/Sherman Park feature
- Emily Nolan, Ashley Smallwood, Caitlin Walsh, Bloom Center for Art and Integrated Therapies
- Jim Spangler, essayist