Denver Archbishop Blames Transgender Equality for Declining Church Attendance

A Colorado archbishop has suggested transgender people are responsible for declining church attendance just weeks after he suggested the church was unfairly blamed for heightened anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric that contributed to a mass shooting last year. Read More

This Advent, Staking Everything on World Without Anti-LGBTQ+ Violence

This Advent, when faced with so much anti-LGBTQ+ violence and loss, I’m staking everything on the belief that another world is possible. Read More

Deacon Apologizes for Harmful Tweet Targeting Grieving Transgender Catholic

A Catholic deacon has apologized after making anti-transgender comments on social media in the wake of the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs last month. Read More

After Club Q Shooting, Catholics Need to Examine Anti-LGBTQ+ Rhetoric in the Church

As the LGBTQ+ community continues grieving the Club Q mass shooting in Colorado Springs last month, U.S. Catholic published a piece by Alex Gruber that honored the victims and acknowledged the depth of the tragedy. Read More

With Bishops Largely Silent, Catholic Sisters Express Solidarity After Club Q Mass Shooting

Women religious in the U.S. have expressed their solidarity and grief in the wake of last month's mass shooting at a Colorado LGBTQ+ nightclub, even as the nation's bishops have continued to be largely silent. Read More

After Colorado Shooting, Bishops’ Responses Muted, Other Catholic Leaders Speak Out

Catholics are reacting to the mass shooting at a Colorado LGBTQ+ nightclub last weekend. While bishops' statements have been more tepid, many other Catholic leaders offered strong statements of solidarity with the victims and the LGBTQ+ community. Read More

New Ways Ministry: Bishops Must Speak Out After Colorado Springs Mass Shooting

New Ways Ministry calls on every bishop to condemn such violence in all its forms. Read More