CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Georgetown U. Continues as Gay-Friendly Campus Despite Pressure

At the risk of boasting, I have to admit that it is a sweet feeling... Read More

Jesuit Professor Hopeful About Catholic Future on LGBT Issues

Earlier this month, Bondings 2.0 reported on Michael O’Loughlin’s article about “Being Gay at a Catholic University,”... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: ‘Being Gay at a Catholic University’

In the past decade, whenever people ask me where I see the most hopeful situations... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: First Out Gay Student College Athlete Is at Catholic School

It seems as if the floodgates are opening for gay athletes.  We had Jason Collins’... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: George Washington University Students Challenge Catholic Chaplain for Anti-Gay Comments

Students at The George Washington University (GWU), in Washington, DC began a campaign last week... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Gay Students’ Elections Signal Shift in Catholic Colleges’ Inclusivity

Students at leading Catholic colleges continue electing openly gay peers to lead campus governing bodies,... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Sr. Jeannine Gramick Speaks of Hope at Stonehill College

Sister Jeannine Gramick, co-founder of New Ways Ministry, spoke with the Stonehill College community recently... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: University of Portland President Stokes Outcry After Anti-LGBT Remark

Students at three Congregation of the Holy Cross colleges continue to advocate for more LGBT-inclusive... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: MLK Day Marred by Anti-Gay Vandalism at Boston College Law

Members of the Lambda Law Students Association at Boston College returned to their organization’s office... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Responses to LGBT Decisions at UND and CUA

Administrators at the University of Notre Dame (UND) and The Catholic University of America (CUA)... Read More