Catholic Relief Services’ Defense of Discrimination Helps Gut Maryland LGBTQ+ Protections

This week, Bondings 2.0 is featuring series on ways in which some Catholics and their allies are using the U.S. legal system to stop and even rollback LGBTQ+ rights. Today's post about a court ruling in a church-related employment discrimination lawsuit. Read More

U.S. Court Finds Catholic Relief Services Discriminated Against LGBTQ+ Employee

A U.S. judge has ruled that Catholic Relief Services (CRS), the U.S. bishops' international humanitarian agency, violated multiple laws when the organization discriminated against an employee in a same-gender marriage by withholding health insurance from his husband. Read More

Catholic Relief Services Yields to Right Wing Attack as Gay Employee Resigns

A Catholic Relief Services (CRS) employee has resigned amid controversy over his same-gender marriage, prompting a response from the U.S. bishops' international aid organization that ultimately encourages anti-gay activists' harm to LGBT church workers and the church at large. Read More

Sister Jeannine Gramick Meets Cardinal Turkson at University Conference

Editor’s Note:  Sister Jeannine Gramick will take part in a public conversation on marriage equality this... Read More