U.S. District Judge Dismisses Fired Gay Church Worker’s Discrimination Suit

A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed a gay former Catholic school teacher’s discrimination lawsuit, which came after he was fired over eventual plans to marry his boyfriend. Read More

Brooklyn Diocese Fires Gay Church Worker Described By Supporter As “Love Incarnate”

A New York diocese has fired a church worker over his same-gender marriage, a church worker who one supporter described as "love incarnate." Read More

Black and LGBTQ Students Seek Greater Inclusion in Brooklyn’s Catholic High Schools

In the wake of the murder of George Floyd and the growing outcry against racism in the U.S., students and alumni of Catholic schools in New York City are demanding changes to make their schools more inclusive of all people, including LGBTQ people. Read More