Is Vatican Investigation of Fr. Tony Flannery Repeating a Bygone Era? And Other News

Today's post features news about an editorial on the case of Fr. Tony Flannery, a new LGBTQ scholarship at Boston College, and more. Read More

Catholic Leaders Must Learn from January 6th Attack

January 6, 2021, should be an Epiphany for Catholic leaders to finally end their degrading messages about LGBTQ people. Read More

Switzerland Passes Marriage Equality Over Bishops’ Objections on “Rights of Children”

Legislators in Switzerland legalized marriage equality despite opposition from the Catholic bishops, and also approved changes to ease government record changes for transgender and intersex people. Read More

New Studies Detail Surge in Catholic Support for LGBTQ Equality, Even As Inequities Remain

New studies have found that U.S. Catholic attitudes towards same-gender civil marriage and the overall acceptance of LGBTQ identities has increased exponentially over the last 30 years. Similar cultural patterns have emerged globally, although disparities persist in various parts of the world. Read More

Catholic High School Apologizes After Distributing Anti-LGBTQ Booklet by French Priest

A Catholic high school in France has apologized after it came under fire for the distribution of an anti-LGBTQ booklet to its students. The document, authored by a French Catholic priest, casts LGBTQ identity and relationships in a negative light. Read More

Poland Reveals Damage That Catholic Officials’ Anti-LGBTQ Opposition Does to Church

If Catholic leaders are ever curious about the harm their LGBTQ-negative positions do to the life of the church, they need look no farther than Poland. A new survey shows just how severe that damage can be. Read More

Celebrating God’s Outrageous Openheartedness on Epiphany

The message of the Epiphany is about universal inclusiveness.  There’s no ambiguity in the story, no one at the door checking ID, no Point of Entry, no test of orthodoxy, no loyalty oaths. Read More

Activist Jamie Manson On Why the Suffering of LGBTQ People and Women Keeps Her Going

Queer Catholic activist Jamie Manson recently shared about why she stays in the struggle for greater justice and equality in the church, even when it can be trying to do so at times. Read More

The Road Ahead

"You have been placed upon this earth. Go your way through it, paying heed to God’s will." Read More

As 2020 Concludes, A Look at the Year’s Best Catholic LGBTQ News

Today, we present our readers’ picks for the Best Catholic LGBTQ News Events of 2020. Read More