CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Gay Students’ Elections Signal Shift in Catholic Colleges’ Inclusivity

Students at leading Catholic colleges continue electing openly gay peers to lead campus governing bodies,... Read More

Two Gay Students Allowed to Attend Catholic High School Dance as a Couple

Two gay young men at an all-boys Catholic high school in Rochester, New York, will... Read More

Laity & Church Workers Compel Bishop to Retract Orthodoxy Test

Bishop Robert Vasa of Santa Rosa temporarily retracted an addendum in the contracts of Catholic... Read More

Ontario Catholic School Controversy Could Easily Have Been Avoided

A recent story from Ontario highlights institutional Catholic intransigence over LGBT issues is trumping reasonable... Read More

Formation of Gay-Straight Alliances Should Be Top Priority at Catholic Schools

Today is National Gay-Straight Alliance Day.  February 6th has been marked by a coalition of youth... Read More

Raising LGBT Standards in Catholic Schools

National Catholic Schools Week concludes today having celebrated, under the theme “Catholic Schools Raise the... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: MLK Day Marred by Anti-Gay Vandalism at Boston College Law

Members of the Lambda Law Students Association at Boston College returned to their organization’s office... Read More

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in Sydney’s Catholic Schools

When the topic of religious exemptions from anti-discrimination laws comes up, some people will argue... Read More

Were Croatian Events Extreme? What Is the Definition of “Extreme”?

Four days ago, we posted about two protests about Catholic involvement in marriage equality–one for... Read More

Catholic Anti-Equality Protesters March in Paris, Fail to Reverse French Government’s Plans

Nearly a half million opponents of equality in France marched last weekend to voice their... Read More