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

Pope Francis "Missed an Opportunity" on Papal Visit to Africa

LGBT advocates are saying Pope Francis missed an opportunity to preach tolerance and save LGBT... Read More

Pope Francis Forgoes LGBT Human Rights During First Visit to Africa

Pope Francis’ visit to Kenya, Uganda, and the Central African Republic concluded yesterday without explicit remarks... Read More

LGBT Africans Ask Pope Francis to Preach Tolerance

LGBT folks in Uganda and Kenya are asking Pope Francis to preach tolerance during his Apostolic Voyage to their nations beginning Wednesday. Read More

Fired Gay Priest: "The Church Needs a Stonewall.”

"I can't follow Jesus from the closet," said Msgr. Krzysztof Charamsa, the former Vatican official fired after he publicly came out as gay in October, who added, "The church needs a Stonewall." Read More

U.S. Diplomat Criticizes Vatican Assertion that Western Aid Tied to Marriage Equality

Visiting the Vatican earlier this week, a United States' diplomat tasked with LGBT human rights criticized the Vatican's assertion that Western governments tie foreign aid to marriage equality. These remarks come just weeks before Pope Francis journeys to Africa, including Uganda where anti-gay legislation resurfaced. Read More

Kenyan Catholic Bishops Warn Obama: Stay Silent on LGBT Rights During Visit

Keep silent on LGBT rights. This is the message Kenyan bishops have sent to President Barack Obama in the days before his planned July visit, a belief shared by their continental colleagues and a belief increasingly at odds with Pope Francis' vision for the church. Read More

Ugandan Catholic Priest Calls for a Worldwide 'Sexual Refugee' Program

A Ugandan Catholic priest who has been barred from celebrating the sacraments is calling for a... Read More

Nigerian Bishop Compares Gay People to 'Drug Addicts, Robbers, and Terrorists'

The 2014 Extraordinary Synod left many LGBT advocates unimpressed, but by simply naming the realities of family life today it has made many in the church's hierarchy fearful. Bishops are using the interlude until next October's Synod to promote their agendas, yet, in so doing, they ignore the very realities outed last fall that must be addressed and instead do tremendous harm. Read More

Ugandan Archbishop: Do No Harm to Gay and Lesbian People

Amid reports that six LGBT people were stoned to death in Uganda last week, Archbishop... Read More