Sam Smith is an openly gay musician, who also was raised Catholic. Earlier this year,…
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Kaitlin Brown is a 2016 graduate of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, where she graduated with a degree in Global Studies and Political Science. After doing a year of service with Mercy Volunteer Corps in Baltimore, she is based in Washington DC doing policy work.
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The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has initiated a lawsuit against the city of Philadelphia because the…
Deacon Ray Dever is a devout Catholic, a permanent deacon, a husband, and above all, a dad to three daughters. In a recent US Catholic article, he writes on his experience as both a Catholic deacon and a proud dad to a transgender daughter.
A recent survey by an Australian LGBTQ equality group has found that a large majority…
The Vatican’s World Meeting of Families which will be held in Dublin, Ireland, in August continues to make headlines in regards to LGBTQ issues especially with Pope Francis scheduled to visit for the end of the event.
Annabelle Thies is a Vermont sixth-grader who has come to the easy conclusion that you can both be supportive of LGBTQ rights and Catholic–something that people much older than her continue to struggle with. And it seems her mother may have lost her job because of her daughter’s opinion.
For many people, queer and Catholic can seem like opposite identities. For Sam Albano of Carmel, Indiana, they complement each other in a powerful way.
Students at Jesuit-run Fordham University have come out in support of a trans-friendly dorm policy for students residing in the Bronx university’s residence halls in a recent school newspaper editorial.
The University of Notre Dame is under fire for allowing a speaker who formerly identified as gay and is now living as a chaste Catholic to lecture on campus.
“It dawned on me that it’s having someone in a collar say these things, from the pulpit that is really resonating with people”
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