Imagine that you were able to meet with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops…
About Cristina Traina
Cristina L.H. Traina is Professor and Chair of Religious Studies at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where she teaches Christian theology and ethics. A PhD graduate of at the University of Chicago Divinity School, she writes and speaks on many topics in ethics, including sexuality, immigration, child work, and abortion. She is a long-time member of the St. Nicholas Gay and Lesbian Family and Friends ministry in Evanston.
Entries by Cristina Traina
Isn’t public opinion on LGBTQ people improving? The complicated answer holds some surprising lessons for…
“The guidelines will do real harm not just to trans and intersex students and families, or even LGBQ students and families, but all students and families. The document gets so much wrong about sex and gender—including how straight and cisgender people live in the world. “
As the Masterpiece Cakeshop’s legal saga continues to unfold, LGBTQ people of faith are again caught between two legal aims: LGBTQ equality and religious freedom. How can we use the law to curtail unjust religious discrimination against LGBTQ folk without inadvertently setting precedents that limit religious liberty?
The turn of a new year does not seem to have stilled the search for scapegoats in the sex abuse crisis.
Here is the church, here is the steeple. . . . .Some lessons learned and insights gained at a conference about lesbian nuns.
Pope Francis’s theology of sex and gender complementarity has hardened into an ideology that uses a single strand strand of reflection about God to powerfully determine Catholic sacrament, canon law, and ethics.
How welcoming are welcoming parishes really?
In a summer when uncivil behavior seems to accost us from all sides, 24-year-old Mia…
Responses to the Supreme Court’s Masterpiece Cakeshop decision are generating a library’s worth of commentary,…
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