10 LGBT Insights from the Pew Survey of U.S. Catholics for Pope Francis' Visit

As the World Meeting of Families and Pope Francis' visit approach, a new Pew Forum poll reveals U.S. Catholics' majority support for nontraditional families and 9 other observations. Read More

U.S. Catholics Like Pope Francis, But They Differ With Him on Marriage Equality

One benefit of a papal visit is that the media focuses its attention on the... Read More

Why Did Catholic Numbers on LGBT Acceptance Dip So Much In Recent Study?

On this blog, we are always very excited to report on statistics and surveys which... Read More

Are Latino Catholics Leaving Catholicism Because of Anti-LGBT Messages?

We’ve often commented on this blog about how negative sentiments expressed by Church leaders toward LGBT... Read More

Catholic Bishops and U.S. Evangelicals Make Strange Bedfellows

One of the more unusual political alliances that has developed over the past two decades... Read More

Are Catholic Nations Friendlier for LGBT People?

Is it possible that religious, and specifically Catholic, nations are more LGBT-friendly than others? Data from... Read More

LGBT Rainbows Are Appearing Over Ireland

In the very, very Catholic nation of Ireland, LGBT equality has been growing by leaps... Read More

How Did Catholics Fare in the Latest Report on LGBT Acceptance in the U.S.?

While we have known for a long time that church leaders spouting anti-LGBT messages has... Read More

The Worst of 2013 in Catholic LGBT News

As the year 2013 winds to a close, it’s time to review the news of... Read More

More and More U.S. Congregations–Including Catholic Ones–Are Welcoming LGBT People

Regular readers of Bondings 2.0 will know that we like to promote the growing trend in... Read More