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As U.S. Bishops Strengthen Religious Liberty Committee, What Does This Mean for LGBT Equality?

U.S. bishops voted last week to strengthen their committee on religious liberty. What might this... Read More

Newly-Named Cardinal Comments on LGBT Church Worker Firings

A U.S. bishop who will be made a cardinal in late November has spoken publicly about... Read More

Caritas India Announces Initiative for Transgender Outreach

By Bob Shine, New Ways Ministry, October 14, 2016 A Catholic humanitarian agency in India... Read More

Amid Increasing Tensions, LGBT Group in Mexico Outs Allegedly Gay Priests

A leading LGBT organization in Mexico publicly named nearly forty Catholic priests and religious as... Read More

Bishops Criticize Vice President Joe Biden for Officiating Same-Gender Marriage

Vice President Joe Biden has been criticized by U.S. bishops for officiating at a same-gender... Read More

After Orlando, Bishops Should Cancel Fortnight for Freedom

When it comes to the mass shooting at an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Catholics have not only... Read More

Theologians: Catholics Have “Civil Rights Imperative” to Seek LGBT Protections

Two theologians from Creighton University have called for Catholics to support LGBT non-discrimination protections in a... Read More

Gay Ambassador Faces Harsh Letter from Bishops and Ban from Catholic School

Religious leaders’ opposition to gay U.S. Ambassador James “Wally” Brewster is again intensifying in the Dominican Republic... Read More

U.S. Catholics Overwhelmingly Reject LGBT Discrimination by State Legislatures

Marriage equality’s legalization in the United States last year has prompted an anti-LGBT backlash at... Read More

Malawi Bishops’ Comments Fail to Defend Marginalized LGBT People

As Malawi debates whether to repeal its laws which criminalize homosexuality, the nation’s Catholic bishops are... Read More