Archbishop Wilton Gregory & Other Prelates: Church's Welcome to LGBT People Needs Improvement

Atlanta Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who previously headed the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, wrote... Read More

How USCCB Leadership Candidates Have Approached LGBT Issues

UPDATE:  The election results are in:  Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Houston-Galveston was elected president and... Read More

On Divine Mercy Sunday, How Have LGBT Catholics Been Experiencing the Year of Mercy?

Nearly four months ago, Pope Francis inaugurated, to much excitement and anticipation, the Jubilee Year... Read More

Catholic Expulsions Follow Boy Scouts' Decision to Welcome Gay Leaders

A veteran Boy Scout leader who is a partnered gay man has been rejected by a... Read More

Another Gay Person Is Denied Communion at a Parent's Funeral

While religious conservatives are predicting that they will become victims of imagined dire violations against... Read More

Fired Gay Musician's Meeting with Cardinal Shows Catholic Split on LGBT Issues

Fired church worker Colin Collette will not be returning to his job, even after meeting with... Read More

Louisiana Archbishop Stresses Pastoral Over Political in Marriage Case

A reporter once asked me what I thought of bishops who protest that their statements... Read More

USCCB To Elect New President: What Could This Mean for LGBT Issues?

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) upcoming fall assembly starts next week, and... Read More

Archbishop Apologizes for Predecessor’s Insensitivity to Lesbians and Gays

The archbishop of New Orleans made a short statement recently that speaks volumes about how... Read More

The Readers Voted. Here Are The Worst Catholic LGBTQ News Events of 2020.

Thanks to Bondings 2.0 readers who responded to our annual poll, today we present a ranking of what are considered the ten worst Catholic LGBTQ news events of the past year. Read More