Canonizing Father Mychal Judge, the Saint of 9/11

Today the U.S. and the world mourn the tragic loss of life that took place... Read More

Movement to Canonize Fr. Mychal Judge Takes Off, But More Help Is Needed

A little over two weeks ago, New Ways Ministry put out a call to start... Read More

It’s Time to Canonize Fr. Mychal Judge: Seeking Personal Testimony

(Para leer in español, clique aquí.)  (Per leggere questo in italiano, clicca qui.) The time... Read More

Saint of 9/11: Remembering Fr. Mychal Judge as a Gay Priest

Today marks the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, which took... Read More

Escaping the Cruelty of the Flock: Rethinking the Parable of the Lost Sheep

LGBTQ+ people have so much to give our Church if only we would receive you as the precious people of God that you are. Read More

This Fall, Deepen Your Catholic LGBTQ+ Knowledge with New Virtual Programs

This fall, New Ways Ministry invites you to a series of virtual programs centered on deepening knowledge about how to be a Catholic LGBTQ+ advocate. Read More

Gay Jesuit Priest Calls for Church to Recognize LGBTQ+ Saints

Fr. Jim McDermott, an openly gay Jesuit priest and pop culture writer, has penned an essay in America arguing for the importance of canonizing of LGBRQ+ saints.  Read More

Giving Tuesday: Celebrate Sister Jeannine’s 50 Years of LGBTQ Ministry!

It’s Giving Tuesday, the annual day during the pre-Christmas shopping season set aside to encourage... Read More

For All the Saints (Part Two)

A few days ago, Bondings 2.0 asked its readers: “If you could canonize any LGBTQ person or ally, living or dead, Catholic or not, fictional or real, who would it be, and why?” Here are more responses. Read More

Catholics Can Help Stalled Acceptance Rates for LGBTQ People in U.S.–And in Our Church

Isn’t public opinion on LGBTQ people improving?  The complicated answer holds some surprising lessons for... Read More