Transgender Catholics Speak of Their Lives in ‘Doctrinal Limbo’

A recent essay by Eloise Blondiau in Vox looks at the lives of several transgender Catholics who are living in a space one of them calls ‘doctrinal limbo.’ While the Vatican has been definitive on sexual prohibitions for gay and lesbian people, there remains “no universal church teachings on transgender identity,” says Blondiau, who is a producer for America Media, a Jesuit company.  Read More

Lessons to Be Learned from Pope's Meeting With Transgender Man

The story of Pope Francis meeting with a transgender man and his fiancee at the... Read More