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Religious Leaders, Including Catholics, Call on Obama to Oppose Religious Exemption in Upcoming Executive Order

President Barack Obama’s expected executive order barring federal contractors from employment discrimination based on sexual... Read More

On Spirit Day, Catholics Chart New Course for LGBT Youth

Today is Spirit Day. Millions across the nation will wear purple as a sign of... Read More

Fired Transgender Teacher Scores Points in Court Case

2013 has been the year of the fired LGBT church worker.  We’ve been reporting on... Read More

March on Washington Can Teach Catholic Church About Equality

Millions of Americans marked the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington on Wednesday,... Read More

Two Catholic Hospitals Commended for LGBT Equality

It looks like Catholic hospitals may be a new place for hope for equality for... Read More

In Wave of Anti-LGBT Hate Crimes, Cardinal Dolan Essentially Silent

More than two dozen anti-LGBT hate crimes have plagued New York City this spring, including... Read More

Transgender Student Decides to Skip Graduation After Discrimination

Damian Garcia and his supporters hoped St. Pius X High School would let him walk outfitted... Read More

In the Wake of Discrimination, Carla Hale Hopes Students See Love & Support

After continued rejection from high school administrators, Carla Hale is speaking directly to her increasing... Read More

New Report Reveals Conservatives’ Misuse of Religious Liberty Claims

A new report on religious liberty details the impact conservative Christians, especially Catholics, have had... Read More

Phoenix Diocese Opposes Non-Discrimination Expansion for LGBT Individuals

The Diocese of Phoenix publicly announced on Monday its opposition to proposed expansions in that... Read More