Sister Jeannine Gramick Feels “Gratitude and Joy” for 50 Years of LGBTQ Ministry

Sister Jeannine Gramick, co-founder of New Ways Ministry, has shared about her experiences and hopes as she marks 50 years in LGBTQ ministry. Read More

Pope Francis Thanks Sr. Jeannine Gramick for Her 50 Years of LGBTQ Ministry

Pope Francis has written a supportive letter to Sr. Jeannine Gramick, co-founder of New Ways Ministry, describing her work as in "'the style' of God." Read More

Fear Not: Finding Courage to Share in the Synod

Fears of not being listened to are still real, but we cannot let them hold us back. Read More

Bishop Encourages Parents to Opt Out of LGBTQ-Inclusive Sex Ed; And More News

Today's post includes news items about a bishop's opposition to public school sex education, the new home of Dignity/Washington, and more. Read More

Archbishop Warns Priest Who Suggested Being Gay Worse Than Demonic Possession

A top church official in Malta instructed a priest to refrain from harmful remarks after the priest claimed being LGBTQ was worse than being possessed by the devil. Read More

Benedictine Monks Sever Ties with Catholic School Over Hiring of LGBTQ Coach

A religious community is severing its relationship with the Catholic school it once sponsored over school officials' decision to hire a lesbian staff member last year. Read More

Author Asks: How Long Until the Church Apologizes for War on Transgender People?

“It took the Church 350 years to admit they got that whole Galileo thing wrong. How long will it take for them to apologize for waging war on transgender people?” Read More

Programs Scheduled For LGBTQ & Ally Participation in Synod on Synodality

With the Synod on Synodality now fully underway, New Ways Ministry is announcing two upcoming programs in early 2022 to help LGBTQ people and allies engage with the synodal process. Read More

Does Pope Francis’ De-Emphasizing “Sins of the Flesh” Open a Door for LGBTQ Catholics?

During a papal plan press conference on his return from a recent visit to Greece and Cyprus, Pope Francis stated that “sins of the flesh are not the most serious,” but the sin of hatred and pride raise greater concern. This statement has caught the attention of some Catholic leaders concerned with LGBTQ issues. Read More

Epiphany: Remaining True to the Light That Has Fallen Into Our Hearts

Like the magi, let us follow the star revealed to us. Read More