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Inauguration Controversy Could Be Source of Hope for Catholics

The Presidential Inaugural Committee’s decision on who would deliver the benediction during ceremonies on Monday... Read More

Were Croatian Events Extreme? What Is the Definition of “Extreme”?

Four days ago, we posted about two protests about Catholic involvement in marriage equality–one for... Read More

Rhode Island Bishop’s Marriage Equality Arguments Are Filled With Holes

Rhode Island, the last state in New England which does not have marriage equality,  will... Read More

Catholics Debate Marriage Equality Bill in Illinois

Illinois, which already has a civil union law, signed by Catholic Governor Pat Quinn, will... Read More

Extreme Protests from Both Sides of the Catholic Marriage Equality Debate

Two protests occurred in Europe over the weekend regarding Catholic involvement in the question of... Read More

A Catholic Introduction to Transgender Issues

As we close out the week that began with the celebration of the Epiphany, we... Read More

Fr. James Martin Honors Passing of PFLAG Founder Jeanne Manford

In a Facebook post, Jesuit Fr. James Martin recently commemorated the passing of Jeanne Manford,... Read More

Bishops in United Kingdom Attack Marriage Equality on Several Fronts

Comments calling same-sex marriage “morally defective” by retired Scottish Archbishop Mario Conti are the latest... Read More

Transgender Teacher Sues Catholic School Over Firing

A transgender teacher is suing a Catholic high school in Queens, New York, saying that... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Responses to LGBT Decisions at UND and CUA

Administrators at the University of Notre Dame (UND) and The Catholic University of America (CUA)... Read More