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After Initial Rejection, Georgetown University Opens LGBT Residential Community

January 18, 2018

Students at Georgetown University looking to explore gender and sexuality will now be able to do so in a new residential community, reported campus newspaper The Hoya.

On Bishops’ Decrees Against Gay Catholics’ Funerals, the Real Scandal Is Discrimination

January 17, 2018

Two U.S. bishops’ decrees that would deny funerals to Catholics in same-gender marriages were worried such celebrations would cause public scandal. But theologians Todd A. Salzman and Michael G. Lawler argued in the National Catholic Reporter that the real scandal is the decrees themselves.

‘God made gay people. And God made gay people gay. That is all we need to know.’

January 16, 2018

A flip-flop by a British politician about his stance on the morality of gay sex has given rise to a leading international Catholic journal publishing an eminent defense of sacredness of lesbian and gay relationships.

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