LGBT Catholics and Allies Will Welcome Pope Francis to the White House

When President Obama welcomes Pope Francis to the White House this Wednesday, he will be accompanied by a number of LGBT Catholics and other advocates. Not all, however, are pleased with the invitations though they are cause for celebration. Catholics invited include: Read More

Obama's Executive Order Won't Deter Catholic Organizations That Reject Discrimination

President Obama’s executive order banning LGBT discrimination by federal contractors has received generally positive reactions... Read More

Catholics React to Obama Signing LGBT Executive Order

President Barack Obama signed an executive order yesterday prohibiting employment discrimination on the basis of sexual... Read More

New Ambassador Teaches Catholic Values to Dominican Republic’s Church Leaders

The openly-gay new U.S. ambassador to the heavily Catholic nation of the Dominican Republic has... Read More

In Africa, An Archbishop Promotes and a Cardinal Decries LGBT Human Rights

Over the past week or so there has been some good news and some bad... Read More

Catholic Bishops Oppose Violence Against Women Act Because of LGBT Protections

After a lengthy political battle centered around specific LGBT, American Indian and migrant protection, President... Read More

Catholic Bishops Are Opposing Immigration Reform That Would Aid Same-Gender Couples

News earlier this week that President Obama and many Hispanic political organizations were backing an... Read More

Gaining Inspiration from Martin Luther King, Jr. as Obama/Biden Inauguration Is Celebrated

Today our nation observes the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a great... Read More

Inauguration Controversy Could Be Source of Hope for Catholics

The Presidential Inaugural Committee’s decision on who would deliver the benediction during ceremonies on Monday... Read More