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Catholic Charities Employees Protest Bishop’s Decision to End Adoption Services Over LGBT Non-Discrimination

Employees at Catholic Charities in Buffalo are protesting their local bishop's decision to end the agency's adoption and foster care services over anti-LGBT non-discrimination protections, a controversy erupting just as that same bishop faces increasing calls for resignation over his handling of abusive priests. Read More

With Catholic Support, Oklahoma and Kansas Pass Bills Allowing Adoption Discrimination

Over the past week,  the state legislatures in both Kansas and Oklahoma passed bills that will give faith-based adoption agencies the right to refuse to place children with lesbian and gay couples.  Read More

North Carolina Bishop Cancels Charity Fundraiser Over Gay Entertainer

A Catholic fundraising event in Asheville, North Carolina, has been cancelled because of an invited performer’s... Read More

(Most) Rhode Island Clergy Offer Lesson in Pastoral Priorities

At the beginning of August a newly married gay Catholic couple in Rhode Island was... Read More

The Incredible, Shrinking Catholic Church

Were it up to some Catholics, the church would become an isolationist sect that has... Read More

Rep. Paul Ryan Endorses LGBT Adoption, While Newt Gingrich Digs In Against Equality

As marriage equality becomes law in state after state, related legal matters like adoption rights... Read More

Should the City of Palo Alto Fund Catholic Charities?

The City of Palo Alto, California, a suburb of San Francisco, is facing a question... Read More

Denver Catholic Charities Will Not Let Same-Gender Couples Adopt

If a civil unions bill becomes law this year in Colorado (and it looks likely... Read More

Will Catholic Agencies in Maryland Avoid the New Marriage Equality Law?

A week after Maryland became one of the first states to enact marriage equality through... Read More

In DC, Gay Catholics Protest 'Fortnight for Freedom' Campaign

Gay Catholics in Washington, DC, staged a protest against the two-week-long “Fortnight for Freedom” staged... Read More