Byblow is a teacher and Catholic speaker. He shares his journey from being bullied and abused and thinking he must be gay, to being a free man, living
in the freedom of Christ as a Catholic, joyfully striving to live a life of chastity.
“Mr. Byblow’s approach is informed by his own journey and ongoing conversion, and by his intellectual, human and spiritual formation. I am confident that
Hudson is faithful in presenting the fullness of the Church’s teaching in these areas and that his presentations will be of great benefit to his audiences.”
--Most Reverend Mark A. Hagemoen, Bishop of Saskatoon
“Mr. Byblow’s frank yet tempered approach to some of the most difficult topics facing our youth today is an important part of dialogue and witness so needed
by our church on matters including chastity, homosexuality, same-sex marriage, and contemporary gender issues.” --Archbishop Donald Bolen of Regina,
"Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight,
and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with perseverance the race that is set before us..." [Hebrews 12:1]
Some people were once gay but are no longer.
Some people have been changed.
Some people consider themselves refugees from the LGBT subculture.
Are people “born gay?”
Is it true that “gay is good?”
Can people change their patterns of sexual behavior and attractions?
What does “gay” even mean?
These are some of the questions our witnesses answer.
If you wonder about yourself or a loved one, get acquainted with these people. Read their stories. Look up their ministries. Consider their testimonies.