The Best Catholic LGBT News Events of 2018

To end 2018 on a positive note, we present to you the results of the Bondings 2.0's readers poll of the Best Catholic LGBT News Events of 2018. Read More

The Worst Catholic LGBT News Events of 2018

"Bondings 2.0" readers select the top ten Worst Catholic LGBT News Events of 2018. Read More

A Survival Guide for Tomorrow’s Feast of the Holy Family

Onthe Sunday after we commemorates Christ’s birth, the church celebrates “The Feast of the Holy Family.” Whoever had the idea of putting the “Feast of the Holy Family” right after Christmas on the liturgical calendar, well, that’s dirty pool, if you ask me. Here's a guide to survive this special feast. Read More

Questions Raised After Diocese Shutters LGBTQ Ministry Without Explanation

Catholics in the Diocese of Fresno have been left with questions after church officials shuttered an LGBTQ ministry without explanation. Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Round-Up of LGBTQ News at Catholic Colleges

As 2018 comes to a close, here are some news briefs about the LGBTQ sphere on Catholic campuses. Read More

Vote for the Best and Worst Catholic LGBT News Events of 2018!

2018 is rapidly coming to an end, and so Bondings 2.0 once again turns to our readers to ask them to select the best and worst Catholic LGBT news stories of the past year.  Read More

Awaken to the Angels’ Good News at Christmas!

On this very special morning, let's be fully woke! Read More

Exhibit Features Art of Fr. William Hart McNichols, an Openly Gay Priest and Longtime LGBT Advocate

An exhibit earlier this year featured the art of William Hart McNichols, an openly gay priest and LGBT advocate known by the many for beautiful icons he has written such as "The Passion of Matthew Shepard." Read More

Fourth Sunday of Advent: Mary, Elizabeth, and the LGBT Family

Every family has unique and cherished traditions and stories. The oldest members are often the keepers of these riches and pass them on from generation to generation keeping alive a treasured link between past, present, and future. By including the story of Mary visiting her pregnant cousin Elizabeth, the Gospel writer Luke gives us a rare glimpse into female friendship, motherhood, and familial support. Read More

NEWS NOTES: Lesbian Choir Sings at Catholic Shrine; Fired Church Worker Inspires New LGBT Group; and More

Today's post features short news notes including a lesbian choir performing at a Catholic shrine, a new LGBT group formed by a fired church worker's students, and a teacher in Milan who promoted reparative therapy to teenage boys. Read More