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U.S. Court Finds Catholic Relief Services Discriminated Against LGBTQ+ Employee

August 19, 2022

A U.S. judge has ruled that Catholic Relief Services (CRS), the U.S. bishops’ international humanitarian agency, violated multiple laws when the organization discriminated against an employee in a same-gender marriage by withholding health insurance from his husband.

Federal Appeals Court Rules Against LGBTQ+ Church Worker in Discrimination Lawsuit

August 18, 2022

A U.S. federal appeals court in Indiana has ruled against a former employee at a Catholic high school fired over her same-gender marriage who had filed a discrimination lawsuit.

For Fourth Time, Pope Francis Meets with Transgender Community at Roman Parish

August 17, 2022

Pope Francis has met with another group of transgender people who have been cared for by a parish church in Rome.

Journeys: A Scriptural Reflection Series for LGBTQ People and Allies

JOURNEYS is an invitation to walk with our ancestors, discover the great source of love, and celebrate our identities as children of God and LGBT persons and allies of faith. Each prayer guide in the series contains a section of Scripture, followed by questions for reflection. These questions can be used for personal meditation, journaling, or group conversations.

To access the Journeys reflections, click here

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From the Margins to the Center

A Educational Series for LGBTQ Catholics & Allies about Engaging the Synod on Synodality

Programs programs this spring will help LGBTQ people and allies make their voices heard during the synodal process.

For more information about these programs or the Synod itself, click here.


Next Steps: Developing Catholic LGBTQ Ministry

A Multi-Part Online Series (now underway)

This series is designed to help parishioners, pastoral leaders, and church staff members figure out what form LGBTQ ministry should take in their community. The material will help parish community and staff members discern individually and together what the next steps should be to create a more welcoming pastoral environment for LGBTQ people—even if the next steps are your first steps.

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