Remembering the Victims of Violence Against Transgender People

Today is the International Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day set aside every year to... Read More

Sicily Elects Catholic Gay Man as Governor

A gay Catholic man was recently elected governor of Italy’s island province of Sicily.  Yet... Read More

‘No One’s Listening to the Pope’ or What Washington Catholics Taught Us This Election

With marriage equality successfully enacted in Washington State, a former Catholic in Seattle reflected at... Read More

Spirit Day Supported by Catholics Across the USA

Spirit Day, a national event to raise awareness about the problem of bullying directed against... Read More

'You Shall Love Your LGBT Neighbor As Yourself'

Tomorrow is Spirit Day, sponsored by GLAAD, to take a stand against anti-LGBT violence and... Read More

QUOTE TO NOTE: Comparing Contraception and Marriage Equality

The marriage equality debate in Minnesota hit the small town of Morris, where a Catholic... Read More

Emmy Winner 'Modern Family' Leads the Way in Catholic Values

ABC’s comedy series, Modern Family, won four Emmy Awards last night:  best comedy series, best director... Read More

Catholic Groups Endorse California Law to End Conversion Therapy

Over 30 religious organizations, including two Catholic groups, have endorsed California’s proposed law (Senate Bill... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Catholic University Students Document Struggles of Campus Gay-Straight Alliance

A documentary about CUAllies, the unofficial gay-straight alliance at The Catholic University of America (CUA)... Read More

Is Cordileone Fit to Serve as Archbishop of San Francisco?

News of Archbishop-designate Salvatore Cordileone’s arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol has been... Read More