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Are Synods Actually Helpful for LGBT Catholics and Their Families?

Following the Vatican’s 2015 Synod on the Family, a handful of dioceses worldwide have convoked... Read More

Faithful Gay Couple Experiences Warm Welcome from Detroit Parish

News headlines tend to focus on what bishops say and how they act regarding LGBT issues... Read More

Detroit Parents Receive National Award for LGBT Equality Work in Catholic Church

Catholic parents of LGBT people have been some of the most passionate and effective voices... Read More

Bishops Try to Stem Marriage Equality’s Spread in the U.S.

As marriage equality becomes an emerging reality in the United States, opponents are employing new... Read More

Catholic Theologian Expresses Hope for Pope Francis’ Pontificate

  Sister Margaret Farley, whose groundbreaking theological book:  Just Love: A Framework for Christian Sexual... Read More

NYC Catholics Denied Entrance to Church Due To ‘Dirty Hands’

Catholics in New York City held a public witness this past weekend objecting to recent... Read More

Catholic Parents Protest at Detroit Archdiocese in Communion Debate

Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron’s suggestion that Catholics who support marriage equality in  his diocese should... Read More

Support Dignity/Detroit as Protest Looms Over their 39th Anniversary Mass

Dignity/Detroit, an organization of LGBT Catholics, will be celebrating their 39th anniversary this weekend, though... Read More

Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson Chastises Archbishop on Communion Issue

Bishop Gene Robinson, the Episcopal Church’s first openly gay bishop, has criticized Archbishop Allen Vigneron,... Read More

Bishop Gumbleton Preaches on Christ’s Radical Welcome for All

Responding to statements by Detroit’s Archbishop Allen Vigneron suggesting pro-marriage equality Catholics  refrain from  Communion,... Read More