Two Months Later, Conversation Still Continues Over Vatican’s Latest Document on Gender

It has been two months since the Vatican's Congregation for Catholic Education published the transgender- and intersex-negative document, Male and Female He Created Them. LGBTQ advocates and many theologians were quick to denounce the text, and a number of responses have been subsequently published. Today's post excerpts several commentaries with links provided for further reading. Read More

Brazilian Archbishop Forces Cancellation of Performance Led by Transgender Artists

A Brazilian archbishop has forced the cancellation of an transgender-related theater production after calling it "a prejudiced and criminal action of disrespect of the Catholic Christian faith." Read More
The chapel at Brebuef Jesuit Preparatory School in Indianapolis

Jesuit School Files Vatican Appeal After Archbishop Strips It of Catholic Designation

A high school that lost its Catholic designation for refusing to terminate an LGBTQ employee at the archbishop's request is appealing that decision before the Vatican. Meanwhile, the archbishop has barred the school from holding school-wide Masses. Read More

A Manual for Bridging the Divide: Karen Keen’s LGBTQ Lessons for Conservatives and Progressives

Imagine that you were able to meet with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops... Read More

Archbishop Claims Poland Suffering from “Rainbow Disease” of LGBTQ Advocacy

One of Poland's top bishops has said the nation is suffering from a "rainbow disease" while likening LGBTQ advocates to the Communist leaders who oppressed Poland in the 20th century. Read More

Catholic Officials Allegedly Intimidate Student Over Support for Fired Lesbian Counselor

A former student at a Catholic high school which has fired two LGBTQ church workers in recent years is exposing the allegedly hostile environment administrators created for him and others who called for justice. Read More

Fired Church Worker Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against Indianapolis Catholic School

A church worker fired by a Catholic high school over her same-gender marriage is now suing that school for discrimination, further intensifying the church employment disputes that have rocked the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Read More

Bishops in Uruguay Divided on Nation’s Transgender Equality Law

Uruguay's bishops have expressed divided opinions on whether to support a pre-referendum vote that could lead to repeal of the nation's hallmark transgender rights law. Read More

Catholic Advocates Share Reflections on LGBTQ People in Their Homelands

Today's post features more personal reactions from several attendees at the Global Network of Rainbow Catholics' recent assembly who were asked about the most pressing LGBTQ Catholic issues in their context. Read More

DignityUSA Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Chicago Gathering

Dignity USA celebrated its 50th anniversary with a conference over July 4th weekend, a moment in which many members reflected on not only the organization's past but its future as well. Read More