CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Celebrating National Coming Out Month at Colleges

Catholic colleges have been coming out as LGBT-friendly in broader and in bolder ways this... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Cancellation of Marriage Lecture Leads to Community Reflection

The decision by Providence College to cancel an event called “The Meaning of (Gay) Marriage” has ignited... Read More

Beyond Pope Francis: Georgetown U. Welcoming Trans Students

Pope Francis’ interview with America Magazine has captured Catholic, and global, attention since last Thursday, and... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: LGBTQ Resources Expand at University of Notre Dame & Elsewhere

Classes are underway at over two hundred Catholic colleges and universities in the US, and... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: LGBT Rankings Fail to Reveal Full Story

As college students return to campus for the fall, the Princeton Review released its annual... Read More

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