Godfrey, Donal Interviews Conducted for Gay and Gray: the History and Significance of the Inclusion of the Gay Community at Most Holy Redeemer Parish, San Francisco
Span Dates: 2001
Volume: 20 microcassettes, .4 linear feet
This collection contains taped interviews and transcriptions that formed the basis of a book, "Gay and Gray: the History and Significance of the Inclusion of the Gay Community at Most Holy Redeemer Parish, San Francisco." There are five transcripts for which there are no tapes. Materials are for research only; reuse of the interviews requires permission of interviewers and interviewees.
Most Holy Redeemer Church in San Francisco, California was established in the Castro district as a Roman Catholic parish in 1900. It describes itself as an inclusive Catholic community embracing all people of good faith regardless of their background, gender, race, social status or sexual orientation.
Archbishop John R. Quinn (1977–1995) regularly visited this parish during the annual 40 Hours Vigil held throughout the 1980s in support of those who were HIV-positive and their caregivers.
Information from Wikipedia.
A brief catalog record is available online.
The collection is held at the University of California Berkeley Library.
Author/editor | Catholic (Roman) | California | San Francisco