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Catechism’s Language of “Disordered” Could Change, Says Cardinal; More Synod News

Tomorrow, the Synod on Synodality’s first General Assembly concludes. Bondings 2.0 has covered LGBTQ-related developments all month, but given how often gender and sexuality issues arose, we have not been able to post it all yet. This post is a rundown of those news and commentaries related to the Synod.


Hope and Disappointment for LGBTQ+ People Spring from List of Synod Participants

The participants’ list for the Synod’s next assembly causes both hope and disappointment for New Ways Ministry as we work for LGBTQ+ inclusion. This news commits us to continue working to ensure LGBTQ+ people will be heard in the church’s synodal process.


U.S. Bishops Should Condemn Anti-LGBTQ+ Violence, Not Charitable Drag Queens

Leaders of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops have added their criticism against the Los Angeles Dodgers for honoring a controversial LGBTQ+ group during the team’s Pride Night tomorrow, the latest intervention in a controversy that has lasted weeks.


U.S. Bishops’ Conference Elects President With Anti-LGBTQ Record

In his first press conference, the new president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has repeated the false claim that homosexuality is a cause of sexual abuse in the church. Meanwhile, the U.S. bishops sustain their use of religious liberty to counter LGBTQ+ equality.


Candidates for USCCB Presidency Include Mostly LGBTQ-Negative U.S. Bishops

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops begins its fall meeting today, at which a new conference president and vice-president will be elected. The candidates include some of the most conservative bishops in the U.S. Today’s post includes brief description of the candidates’ records on LGBTQ+ issues where possible.