Global Network of Rainbow Catholics Seek Bishops Opposing Ghana Criminalization Effort

An international coalition of Catholic LGBTQ organizations has issued a statement calling on the Catholic hierarchy to “stand with the weak and the persecuted in Ghana,” in response to recent efforts in Ghana to further criminalize homosexuality. Read More

So Much to Be Thankful For!

This list of gratitudes could go on forever! Read More

At Mass, Parishioners Oppose Catholic Officials Who Forced Student to Remove Pride Shirt

Community members have rallied around a Catholic school student who was forced to remove a Pride shirt, an action the local archdiocese is now defending. Read More

U.S. Supreme Court Declines Transgender Patient’s Case Against Catholic Hospital

A transgender man's lawsuit against a Catholic hospital will be allowed to proceed after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the case. Read More

New Book Highlights South African Parish’s Work with LGBTQ Refugees

A new book chronicling LGBTQ refugees in South Africa aims to bring a positive light to the influences religion can have for the queer community. Read More

Christ the King: The Official Sacred Holiday of LGBTQ Catholics?

I propose that the Solemnity of Christ the King be made the official sacred holiday of the Catholic LGBTQ community. Before I am tied to the stake and a fire lit beneath my feet, please allow me a minute to explain.  Read More

Sisters of Mercy Reaffirm Commitment on Trans Day of Remembrance and Resilience

The Sisters of Mercy of the Americas have encouraged their community to participate in the Transgender Day of Remembrance and Resilience today. Read More

U.S. Bishops’ Ban Investments in Transgender Healthcare, But Not Fossil Fuels and Other Ills

New investment guidelines approved by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) this week mandate no investments be made in companies involved with gender transitions, even as they refused to divest from fossil fuels. Read More

Dutch Catholics Issue Letter Supporting Polish LGBTQ Activists Facing Criminal Trial

As three Polish LGBTQ rights activists await trial, prominent Dutch priests, women religious, and lay leaders signed a letter to the public prosecutor calling the charges against the defendants “incomprehensible” and “downright shocking.” Read More

Pro-LGBTQ Catholics Rally Outside U.S. Bishops’ Meeting Around Communion Denial

A network of U.S. Catholic reform groups held a demonstration outside the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops meeting to push back against attempts to deny Communion to pro-LGBTQ and pro-choice politicians. Read More