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CATHOLIC LGBT HISTORY: Responding to the Murder of Matthew Shepard

The United States and the world were stunned and horrified 19 years ago when the battered and tortured body of gay Wyoming college student Matthew Shepard was found tied to a prairie fence outside Laramie.   Read More

CATHOLIC LGBT HISTORY: ‘You belong here. It’s about time somebody says that to you.’

“Gays and lesbians are welcome in the Catholic Diocese of Richmond. “That’s the message the Most Rev. Walter F. Sullivan, the bishop of the diocese, brought yesterday to a gathering of 250 people at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart for what organizers said was the first official Mass for gays and lesbians in Richmond. ” ‘You belong here,’ Sullivan told the group. ‘It’s about time somebody says that to you.’ “ Read More

London Cardinal Celebrates Mass with LGBT Catholics

LGBT Catholics Westminster is the official archdiocesan ministry for gender and sexual minorities in London,... Read More

Rochester's Bishop Matthew Clark Submits Resignation Letter

Bishop Matthew Clark of Rochester, New York, a longtime supporter of LGBT people in the... Read More