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Pope Francis has appointed several new members to his Council of Cardinals who have LGBTQ-positive records, elevating the members to be among the pope’s closest advisors.
With each passing hour it seems, news breaks about another church leader or Catholic group offering their thoughts about the Vatican’s responsum earlier this week that banned blessings for same-gender unions. While much of the commentary has been condemnatory of the Vatican’s action, some ranking church leaders have come to its defense.
Bishops worldwide, as well as a top official with the Archdiocese of New York, have publicly criticized Pope Francis for his support of civil unions that recognize same-gender couples, though a few exceptions exist.
A major Catholic newspaper has opined against banning the children of LGBTQ parents from Catholic schools as tensions over one such denial escalate.
At the World Meeting of Families, the clergy sex abuse crisis is the #1 topic of controversy, even more than LGBT inclusion. But today the dots were connected between these two discussions.
On Monday, on the eve of the opening of the WMF, the Wijngaards Institute, a Catholic think tank based in London, launched their new research project, an interdisciplinary study of the church’s teaching on LGBT issues.
When Bishop John Stowe, OFM, Conv, spoke at New Ways Ministry’s Eighth National Symposium, “Justice…
“This Labor Day, we draw our attention to our sisters and brothers who face twin…