Bishop Disinvites Gay Men’s Choir from Parish Christmas Concert

A gay singing group was disinvited, by direction from the bishop, from a Nativity event at a Massachusetts Catholic parish during this past holiday season. Read More

Cardinal: God’s First Question Is Not About Sexual Orientation, But About Care for the Poor

A cardinal has defended his participation in an AIDS fundraiser by suggesting the first question God asks is not about a person's sexual orientation, but about how they treat other people. Read More

Two Plays Tackle Complexities of LGBTQ People’s Lives and Relationships

Two plays running in the U.S., "Bare" and "The Inheritance", are bringing LGBTQ stories to the stage. Read More

Brazil’s Bishops Silent After Violence Targeting Pro-LGBTQ Comedy Group; Other News Updates

Today's post features several news items on Catholic LGBTQ issues, including the silence of Brazil's bishops on recent violence, a U.S. ambassador's use of Pope Francis to criminalize anti-LGBTQ criminalization, and more. Read More

LGBTQ Dispute Leads Catholic Healthcare System to Withdraw Support for Local Theater

A Catholic hospital group withdrew its sponsorship of a theater in Sacramento, California in response to concerns that the health system discriminated against members of the LGBTQ community. Read More

Sale of Keith Haring Mural Ensures Continuation of LGBTQ-Friendly Parish

The Church of the Ascension in Manhattan has sold an iconic mural by the late artist Keith Haring for a whopping $3.9 million. Read More

A Prayer and Resolution for the New Year!

A happy and blessed new year to all from all at New Ways Ministry! Read More

Vote for the Best and Worst Catholic LGBTQ News of 2019!

As we have done every year since 2012, Bondings 2.0 is turning to its readers to ask “What were the best and worst Catholic LGBTQ news events of 2019?”  Read More

A Queer Response to Hallmark Christmas Programming

When Hallmark recently wavered between caving to pressure from conservative Christians and claiming to support the LGBTQ community, one central element was missing from the controversy's discussion: Christmas. Read More

Catholic School Apologizes After Students Removed “Nutcracker” Featuring Gay Couple

A Catholic school is apologizing after chaperones led students out of a performance of The Nutcracker that featured a same-gender couple. Read More