Bishop Gumbleton: “No Parent Should Ever Tell a Child That He or She Is Intrinsically Disordered”

Longtime LGBTQ advocate Bishop Thomas Gumbleton has called for the Church to re-evaluate its teachings on homosexuality in light of science and pastoral care, particularly the use of the term "intrinsically disordered." Read More

Michigan Will No Longer Fund Adoption Agencies that Ban LGBTQ Parents

The state of Michigan will require all adoption agencies receiving government funding to work with LGBTQ parents, as the result of a settlement between the American Civil Liberties Union and Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (D). Read More

Complaint Filed Against Catholic Housing Agency for Discriminating Against Lesbian Couple

A lesbian couple has filed discrimination complaint against a Catholic housing agency in Ohio which has previously had trouble due to alleged anti-LGBTQ actions. Read More

“It Can’t Be Bad to Be Gay Because God Created It,” Says Archbishop’s Representative

Catholics in Malta have sharply rejected claims by fellow Christians who support of "ex-gay" therapies, including one Church representative saying "it can't be bad to be gay because God created it" and a group of LGBT Catholics and their parents publishing a supportive open letter. Read More

Child Denied Admission to Catholic School Over Parents’ Same-Gender Union

Parishioners are protesting after a Catholic school attached to their church denied admission to the young student of a same-gender couple. Read More

Austrian Cardinal Defends Civil Marriage Equality, Affirms Goodness in Lesbian/Gay Relationships

Austria's top church official has defended civil marriage equality and affirmed there can be goodness in same-gender relationships, though maintained that the Church's understanding of marriage remains heteronormative. 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

Vatican’s Moral Shift on Hysterectomies Shows Way Forward on LGBT Issues

A new pronouncement from the Vatican which expands the grounds upon which a hysterectomy, or the surgical removal of the uterus, is morally licit could have implications for LGBT issues. Read More

Second Discrimination Complaint Filed Against Indianapolis Catholic High School

A Catholic high school in Indianapolis is facing its second anti-LGBT discrimination complaint after a fired church worker's filing with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) this month. Read More

A Survival Guide for Tomorrow’s Feast of the Holy Family

Onthe Sunday after we commemorates Christ’s birth, the church celebrates “The Feast of the Holy Family.” Whoever had the idea of putting the “Feast of the Holy Family” right after Christmas on the liturgical calendar, well, that’s dirty pool, if you ask me. Here's a guide to survive this special feast. Read More