Taiwanese Catholic University Worried LGBT Event "Will Turn Everyone Gay"

A Catholic university in Taiwan has removed posters for a planned speaker amid fears that students would become gay by attending, a decision made as that nation debates expanded LGBT equality.  Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: The Naughty and the Nice on LGBT Issues

As college students return home for winter break at the end of another semester, Bondings 2.0 offers several updates and items of interest related to LGBT inclusion in Catholic higher education. Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: There is Much to Be Grateful For in Catholic Higher Ed This November

It is becoming a mantra for me: Catholic higher education in the US is a... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Benedictine College Would Do Well to Queer Its 'External Decor' Policy

Jallen Messersmith is the first openly gay college basketball player. Many commenters, including Bondings 2.0, applauded... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: 'Queer Peers' & 'Play Like a Champion' Programs Tackle Homophobia

Catholic higher education in the US has often led on LGBT inclusion in the Church, acting... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Notre Dame Offers Benefits to Same-Sex Couples, While Set to Host "Gay in Christ" Conference

The University of Notre Dame’s progress on LGBT issues has been a gradual process, but one... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Catholic University Silences LGBT Awareness, While Georgetown University Raises Standard Again

The two largest Catholic colleges in Washington, DC, are making headlines over LGBT issues, but in differing... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: College LGBT Rankings Rooted in Misperceptions

Writing the “Campus Chronicles” series for this blog, I frequently report on the good works being done... Read More

If You Can Teach, You Can Teach

Is the University of Notre Dame’s approach to inclusion instructive for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Students Question Notre Dame's Commitment to LGBT Inclusion

For decades, University of Notre Dame students and alumni advocated to implement more inclusive campus... Read More