Former Irish President Says Churches Are “Conduits for Homophobia”

The former president of Ireland has said that churches in that country, including the Catholic one, are "conduits for homophobia." Read More

Worcester Bishop Demands Catholic School Remove Pride, Black Lives Matter Flags

A Catholic school in Massachusetts is resisting one local bishop's attempts to have the school take down Pride and Black Lives Matter flags at the risk of the school losing its Catholic affiliation. Read More

Catholic Groups Join Boycott of U.K. Government’s LGBTQ Conference

Three Catholic organizations have joined more than 100 groups in the United Kingdom who withdrew their support from a government-run LGBTQ conference that has subsequently been cancelled Read More

New Document on Catholic Schools Mixed On Question of LGBTQ Employment Disputes

The Congregation for Catholic Education has released a new document on Catholic identity that could impact how LGBTQ issues, particularly related to employment, are addressed. Read More

Ontario Students Seek End to Anti-2SLGBTQ+ Discrimination in Catholic Schools

Students in Ontario are uniting in action to demand and end to LGBTQ discrimination in Catholic schools by releasing a statement calling for structural reforms in their educational institutions. Read More

Investigation Finds Spanish Bishop Did Not Violate Anti-Conversion Therapy Law

Officials in Spain have found a bishop did not violate a local law prohibiting the promotion of conversion therapy, though they remain watchful for any violations against LGBTQ people. Read More

How Did the German Church Become the Leaders of Catholic LGBTQ Equality?

Over the past few years, members of the LGBTQ Catholic community around the globe have been watching how Germany's church leaders, organizations, and laity are leading the way on progressive measures for LGBTQ equality. Inevitably, the question arises: "How is that happening there when in other places we still struggle?" Read More

Indianapolis Archdiocese Seeks Dismissal of Gay Church Worker’s Discrimination Lawsuit

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is appealing to the Indiana Supreme Court to dismiss a discrimination lawsuit brought by a fired gay employee. Read More

New Report: Majorities of Black Catholics Affirm Gay People and Same-Gender Marriages

A new report highlights that majorities of Black Catholics in the U.S. support the societal of acceptance of homosexuality and clergy performing same-gender weddings. Read More

Denied Entrance to the Parade, LGBTQ Groups Hold Alternative St. Patrick’s Day Events

LGBTQ groups in Staten Island held alternative St. Patrick's Day events this week after being again denied admission to the borough's holiday parade. Read More