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Decades Later, Catholic School Awards Gay Alum the Varsity Letter He Was Once Denied

In 1958, a New Jersey Catholic high school denied Tom Ammiano his varsity later because of suspicions that he was gay, which he was.  In fact, Ammiano grew to become a noted gay activist and politician. Over 60 years later, the school has made reparations by honoring him with the rightfully earned letter. Read More

Indianapolis Catholic Schools Exclude Brebeuf Jesuit Students from Athletic Competition

Catholic schools in Indianapolis have excluded student-athletes at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School from participating in a joint competition, a decision made following the archbishop's decree removing the school's Catholic designation because administrator's refused to discriminate against an LGBTQ employee. Read More

Title IX LGBT Exemptions Will Not Disqualify Catholic Colleges from NCAA

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will not disassociate from religiously-affiliated colleges, including some Catholic ones,... Read More

Nebraska Bishops Blast Trans Athletics Policy, Promote "At Birth" Proposal

Catholic officials in Nebraska balked at state education officials’ newly approved policy on transgender athletes, and... Read More

Robbie Rogers: Soccer Star, Devout Catholic, and Now Openly Gay

Robbie Rogers was at the apex of a professional soccer career when he came out... Read More