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LGBTQ Catholics from Philippines, Mexico, Uganda Speak at Fordham University Event

A Fordham University panel commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising focused on the ongoing challenges faced by LGBTQ+ people around the globe, including in majority Catholic countries. Read More

Church Teaching on Sexuality and Gender Must Reflect LGBT People’s Realities, Says Theologian

The Catholic Church must treat LGBT people as a reality and develop a theology of sex and gender that reflects that reality, wrote a theologian at Fordham University. Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Round-Up of LGBTQ News at Catholic Colleges

As 2018 comes to a close, here are some news briefs about the LGBTQ sphere on Catholic campuses. Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Fordham Students Call for Trans-Friendly Dorm Policy

Students at Jesuit-run Fordham University have come out in support of a trans-friendly dorm policy for students residing in the Bronx university’s residence halls in a recent school newspaper editorial. Read More

Is Chick-fil-A Unsafe for Catholic Schools?

Are Catholic campuses made less safe for LGBTQ students when Chick-fil-A outlets are present? According... Read More

Semesters End with a Hate Crime, a Walkout, and a Lavender Graduation

Yet another academic semester is in the books. Today’s post features news highlights from around... Read More

Santa Clara University Responds to Anti-LGBT Slurs, Swastikas

Santa Clara University experienced multiple hate crimes last month, including messages against LGBT people, incidents which... Read More

Filipino Bishops Sharply Condemn Anti-LGBT Violence After Orlando Massacre

Bishops in the Philippines responded to the Orlando massacre by sharply condemning anti-LGBT violence..  Their statement... Read More

Fordham Student's Coming Out Sparked by Nun's Anti-Gay Lecture

  A new column in OutSports reveals the silver lining in one nun’s homophobic remarks, as well as... Read More

Catholic Colleges Advance on Trans* Inclusion, Including Restrooms

As frequent readers of our “Campus Chronicles” series know, Catholic higher education frequently leads the... Read More