- A man who has strong religious beliefs is aware that most people still don’t accept and continue to hate the LGBTQ community.
- The parish where he belongs was open to accepting and welcoming members of the LGBTQ+ which had given them the hope that they are also God’s children.
- Miko received so much love from other church members as they already know of his true identity
A Twitter user and a proud LGBT named Miko Careza shared photos of himself participating in the recent Pride Parade.
In the caption, he said: “Be careful on who you are hating, it could be someone from your same church.”
At the same time, he mentioned his years of serving at the church. He is aware that other people still don’t accept and continues to hate the LGBTQ community.
In an interview with the Dailypedia via Twitter message, he said the parish where he belongs was open to accepting and welcoming members of the LGBTQ+ which had given them the hope that they are also God’s children.
“Our parish has been very welcoming and accepting to us members of the LGBT+ who would like to serve at the church. Name it, choir service, altar servers or even the commission on youth gave us hope that us LGBT+ people are God’s children as well.”
Miko received so much love from other church members as they already know of his true identity.
As early as high school, Miko realized that he was gay and he continued to discover his identity until he went to college. The most important thing that he learned from his experience was to realize that those belong to the LGBTQ+ community are no different from other people.