LGBTQ Advocates’ Reviews Split Over New Book, “In the Closet of the Vatican”

A new book on homosexuality and the Vatican released last week has generated a number of reviews and commentaries. Today's post highlights several with links provided for further reading. Read More

Love, Undeniably

"For those who are feeling pressure to perform today, cut yourselves a little slack. " Read More

QUOTES TO NOTE: On the Intersection of LGBTQ and Catholic Identities

The intersection of queer and Catholic identities has drawn attention at two major events here in the U.S., with some interesting quotes for reflection. Read More

Parents’ Voices Are Crucial in Creating Safer Catholic Schools

"The majority of parents are now empowered to speak truth to the knee-jerk reactions of nervous administrators. Their voice is growing. " Read More

Are There Really Two Sides in the Catholic LGBT Discussion?

Have some Catholic discussions have gotten so polarized as to no longer really being debates at all? Read More

Can Changing Pronouns for God Help Promote LGBTQ Equality?

Should Catholics stop calling God ‘He’, and would it change anything if we did? Read More

As New Year Dawns, Greet It with “Yes”

Some musings on one of the most confusing day of the year for Catholics. 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

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