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Theologians Condemn U.S. Bishops’ Continued Opposition to LGBTQ Civil Rights

Two Catholic theologians have condemned the U.S. bishops conference's defense of discrimination against the LGBTQ community as scientifically and theologically flawed. Read More

Detroit Parishioners Back Lesbian Church Worker Fired Over Same-Gender Marriage

A part-time music director was fired this week from a Catholic parish near Detroit after the archdiocese learned of her marriage to her same-gender partner. Read More

Catholics Continue to Welcome Supreme Court’s Ruling on LGBTQ Employment Protections

Catholics have continued to welcome the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision last week that endorses non-discrimination... Read More

After Supreme Court Ruling, Will LGBTQ Church Worker Firings Still Continue?

Employees of the Catholic Church continue to lose their jobs in LGBTQ-related employment disputes, a trend the National Catholic Reporter recently investigated in an article that highlighted some of the disputes Bondings 2.0 has covered over the years. Read More

It Is Time for the U.S. Bishops to Reconsider Their Stance on LGBTQ Civil Equality

With the U.S. Supreme Court’s Title VII decision to include sexual orientation and transgender identity under the protections of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the leadership of the Catholic Church has a chance to review its own stance on matters of civil equality for LGBTQ people. Read More

Catholics Reject U.S. Bishops’ Condemnation of Supreme Court Title VII Ruling

Catholics are celebrating the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on Monday that federal law prohibits employment discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. But many of the faithful have also sharply criticized the U.S. bishops' illogical reaction that condemn the 6-3 ruling in favor of LGBTQ rights. Read More

New Ways Ministry: SCOTUS Ruling on Title VII Is a “Reason for All Catholics to Celebrate”

The U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Title VII decision protecting LGBTQ people from workplace discrimination is a reason for all Catholics to celebrate. Read More

Archdiocese Rebuffs Terminated Gay Church Worker’s Attempts at Dialogue, Reconciliation

A church worker whose job was terminated over their same-gender marriage has spoken out about the employment dispute and efforts to address the church's treatment of LGBTQ employees. Read More

Judge Questions Authority of Indianapolis Archdiocese to Fire Gay Employee

An Indiana judge has allowed a fired gay teacher’s lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Indianapolis to proceed by calling into question the Archdiocese’s authority over employment decisions in its Catholic schools. Read More

Students Rally to Support Teacher Terminated by Catholic School Over Same-Gender Marriage

A Catholic school's students and alumni have voiced their objections to the school's decision to not renew a gay teacher's contract because of his same-gender marriage, a decision backed by the local archbishop. Read More