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Vigil for Orlando Victims Displaces Gay-Negative Lecture at Catholic School

A Catholic school in Australia replaced a lecture against marriage equality with a candlelight vigil for... Read More

Priest Leads Opposition to Queensland’s “Gay Panic” Defense

A Catholic priest in Australia has been leading efforts to eliminate the “gay panic” defense in his... Read More

Catholic Officials Condemn LGBT Murders in Bangladesh, Call for Justice

Catholic officials in Bangladesh have condemned the brutal murders of two LGBT advocates, criticizing too... Read More

Can “Amoris Laetitia” Be a Starting Point for Progress on LGBT Issues?

“The apostolic exhortation is not just the last step of a long process. It is... Read More

Irish Synod Approves Outreach Proposal to LGBT People, Others Hurt by Church

Today, Catholic LGBT and ally pilgrims from the U.S. are bound for Ireland, sponsored by New Ways... Read More

“Amoris Laetitia” Is a Step in Process that Is Far From Over, Say Commentators

Yesterday, Bondings 2.0 featured reactions to Pope Francis’ new exhortation on family, Amoris Laetitia. Below are more... Read More

QUOTE TO NOTE: Could ‘Amoris Laetitia’ Bring New Honesty to Church Teaching?

At Roman noontime, in just a few hours, Pope Francis’ new apostolic exhortation will be... Read More

March Madness Ending With Catholic LGBT News in the Foreground

With Villanova University’s win secure for the 2016 men’s college basketball championship, and the women’s... Read More

On Divine Mercy Sunday, How Have LGBT Catholics Been Experiencing the Year of Mercy?

Nearly four months ago, Pope Francis inaugurated, to much excitement and anticipation, the Jubilee Year... Read More

NEWS NOTES: March 22, 2016

Here are some news items that you might find of interest: 1. Seton Hall University’s... Read More