In the frame of Heroism rises in a warehouse
, exhibition, Mihai Lukacs
, Paul Dunca
, Ștefan Tiron
and their guests establish a 'congregation of the cast-offs' in order to debate gender, sexuality and religion, the body and the spirit, the filth and cleanliness, in the theological localized queer spirit. In this parish, the legitimacy of diverse sexualities is no longer questioned: here the absolute intricacy of desire, as it is part of God's will, is transmitted in truth and without limits. No type of body is excluded, be it dead or alive. No spirit banished. The Congregation of the Cast-offs
imagines the church as it can still be, based on what it already was and what it has been based on what it can become and already is in the lives of Christians excluded in the traditional (queer) way. The Congregation of the Cast-offs
discloses and includes gender and sexuality limits from the philosophy and practice of religion, the religion that brags with the ways it sees the world and divinity without gender and sexuality differences, yet betrays at every turn the distinctiveness of priests (usually heterosexual men). The Congregation of the Cast-offs
confronts and opens the religious comfort through the possibility of a different vision in which persons excluded in traditional ways (queer) are an important part of the parish. In the tradition of good Christians, the parish offers new ways to be in the world, taking into account the necessity of form in their exploration – just like the new law through which Jesus asked his apostles to pray.