Archbishop’s Criticism of Anti-LGBT Criminalization Law Reveals a Need for More Education

A Carribean archbishop has come out against anti-LGBT criminalization, saying that while homosexuality is immoral, it should not be illegal. Read More

Lesbian Catholic Shares About “Mission from God” to Defend LGBT Human Rights

A lesbian Catholic issued a strong call for church leaders to stand against anti-LGBT discrimination at an event for International Women's Day earlier this month. Read More

Homophobic Church “Not the Church of the Future,” Says Former Irish President Mary McAleese

To mark International Women's Day earlier this week, the group Voices of Faith held an event in Rome about women in the Catholic Church. Titled "Why Women Matter," the event featured two LGBT advocates, former Irish President Mary McAleese and lesbian Catholic Ssenfuka Joanita Warry. The event also prompted a civil exchange between McAleese and an Irish bishop. Read More

By Dropping Appeal, Belize Catholic Church Allows Decriminalization Decision to Stand

The Catholic Church hierarchy in the Central American nation of Belize has withdrawn its appeal of a 2016 judicial decision which struck down the former British colony's anti-sodomy law.  Read More

Ugandan Lesbian Advocate to Speak at Catholic International Women’s Day Event

A lesbian Catholic from Uganda will be featured at a Catholic event marking International Women's Day this March, as will LGBT advocate Mary McAleese. Read More

CATHOLIC LGBT HISTORY: Responding to the Murder of Matthew Shepard

The United States and the world were stunned and horrified 19 years ago when the battered and tortured body of gay Wyoming college student Matthew Shepard was found tied to a prairie fence outside Laramie.   Read More

Rainbow Catholics Share Experiences of Global LGBT Gathering

Today's post features reactions from participants at the second assembly of the Global Network of Rainbow Catholics, which took place in Munich, Germany this past November. Read More

LGBT Catholics from Around the Globe Gather in Munich

The Global Network of Rainbow Catholics (GNRC) held its Second Assembly, with almost 100 participants from 35 nations gathering in Munich/Dachau, Germany, for three days of discussion, prayer, support, and camraderie. Read More

Rainbow Catholics Ask Church to ‘Hear a Just Cause’

The Global Network of Rainbow Catholics, a coalition of Catholic LGBTIQ organizations and individuals from around the world, will be holding their Second Assembly November 3oth to December 3rd in Munich/Dachau, Germany.  Find out the hopes of one of the coalition's leaders.  Read More

Church Officials in Cameroon Say Bishop Murdered by Gay Priests

A church official in Cameroon claimed another bishop who died did not die by suicide... Read More