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With Civility for All

In a summer when uncivil behavior seems to accost us from all sides, 24-year-old Mia... Read More

When LGBT Church Workers Are Fired, What Are 'The Ethics of Exit' ?

The most troubling issue of the last few months has been the rash of people... Read More

Why Do LGBT People Feel the Catholic Church Hates Them?

Yesterday, May 17th, was the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.  In Italy, at least... Read More

Jesuit Scholar Assesses Pope Francis' Approach to LGBT Issues

Jesuit Professor John Langan has published an article in America magazine which examines the significance of... Read More

Approval of Pope Francis Soars, as Marriage Equality Support Grows

Recent polling  indicating American Catholic support for LGBT right echoes previous numbers, reported on here... Read More

Pope Francis’ Welcome Signals a New Dawn of Hope for LGBT People and Allies

Pope Francis’ interview in America magazine signals a new dawn of hope and promise for LGBT... Read More

Reflections On Vatican II and LGBT Issues–Part 1: Dialogue

2012 marked the 50th anniversary of the opening of Vatican II.  As we’ve noted before,... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Fordham Adopts 'Queer' Due To Student Campaign

Student organizations at Fordham University may now use the term ‘Queer’ in official programming, a... Read More

Should Catholic Dioceses Lose Their Tax Exempt Status Because of Political Involvement?

A law professor at Duquesne University, a Catholic campus in Pittsburgh, is arguing that certain... Read More

'I Was Thirsty and You Gave Me Drink': A Suggestion for Cardinal George

Since Cardinal George’s insensitive comments comparing the LGBT movement to the Ku Klux Klan occurred... Read More