1. strange or odd from a conventional viewpoint; unusually different;
  2. a person whose sexual orientation or gender identity falls outside the heterosexual mainstream or the gender binary


  1. In Christian tradition it means the participation of the People of God in “the work of God.”

Hello! My name is Anthony! Thank you for taking the time to join me in this space. I appreciate whatever amount of time and energy you invest here.

I created The Liturgical Queer to contribute my experience and thoughts as a gay Christian. This blog will contain posts that I disagree with because I am constantly evolving in the way I think about faith and sexuality. I appreciate the ways in which we grow together.

I named this site The Liturgical Queer for obvious reasons. I’m very queer and very liturgical. Being gay has a tremendous influence on how I perceive and interact with the world. Being liturgical is merely being human. Jesus Christ, through his Incarnation, glorified the body and our communion with created matter. An aspect of the “work of God” (liturgy) is listening to perspectives in which we are inclined to marginalize. Without meditating on those perspectives, we can’t see reality for what it really is.

Take a seat at the table! I’m glad you’re here.