Marquette’s “Pride Prom” to Continue Despite Right Wing Petition

An LGBTQ dance will go ahead at Marquette University despite conservative demands that the dance be cancelled. Read More

Young People at Pre-Synod Meeting Call for Church to Openly Address Sexuality

Youth from around the world have issued a call for the Catholic Church to openly and honestly address matters of sexuality, and to do so from a Church that is a welcoming place for all people. Read More

City of Philadelphia Investigating Catholic Social Service Agency for Anti-LGBT Discrimination

The city of Philadelphia has suspended its partnership with a Catholic organization providing foster care services because the church-affiliated organization seemingly discriminates against LGBT people. Read More

Are U.S. Youth’s LGBT-Positive Views Being Represented at Pre-Synod Meeting This Week?

This week in Rome, some 300 youth and young adults are meeting in advance of October's Synod on Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment. Included among the attendees are three people from the U.S., but given their backgrounds, will the overwhelmingly LGBT-positive views of U.S. Catholic young people be fairly represented? Read More

What’s So Shocking About Gender Neutral Language?

Throughout February, conservative religious and secular websites have been fuming mad about a very commonsense development at the University of Dayton, an Ohio Catholic school run by the Marianist Brothers. Read More

Lesbian Softball Coach’s Forced Resignation Reveals Contradiction at Catholic School

A church worker in Michigan has been forced to resign after her Catholic employer and the local diocese expressed concern about the worker's upcoming same-gender marriage. Read More

Mother’s Struggle for Trans Daughter in Catholic Education Leads to Victory for LGBTQ Youth

Ending a years-long dispute, a Canadian Catholic school board has settled with the mother of a transgender student who sought accommodations for her daughter. In struggling, that family has now secured a victory for all LGBTQ students in the school district. Read More

Lesbian Teacher Fired by Catholic School Over Her Same-Gender Marriage

A lesbian educator was fired for entering a same-gender marriage, the second such firing to become public in the past week and evidence that discrimination in Catholic institutions is still very much present. Read More

Catholic Schools Withdraw Funding for LGBT Play Over Reasons One Would Not Expect

A Catholic school district in Canada has pulled funding from a musical production about a gay student's struggle for equality in Catholic education, though the reasons for the funding dispute are not what one would expect. Read More

Manhattan College Supports Its LGBTQ students through LaSallian Charism

Manhattan College, a Catholic campus in New York City, established its first LGBTQ support group in the early 1980’s. Since then, the organization has grown and flourished as its members continue to raise awareness and create a safe space for LGBTQ students on campus. Read More