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New Catholic Resource Looks at AIDS Through ‘Positive Faith’

Today is World AIDS Day, an annual remembrance to raise awareness of this disease, as well as to remember those who have passed on because of it and those who persevere as they live with HIV/AIDS. In the United Kingdom, one Catholic group has recently stepped up their work in regards to HIV/AIDS by releasing a series of videos and resources on their website.  Read More

AIDS Memorial in New York May Be Dismantled Due to Parish Closing

A Catholic parish in New York City that contains the one of the first public... Read More

Cardinal’s Friendship with Gay Man “Melted Away” Prejudices

A top cardinal’s words during an HIV/AIDS fundraiser reveals the power of personal encounter to break... Read More

What Are We to Make of Pope Francis' Inclusive Prison Visit?

Pope Francis joined 90 prison inmates for lunch during his visit to Naples last Saturday,... Read More

AIDS Conference: Anti-Gay Laws Harm Public Health; Catholic Support Still Essential

Participants in the 20th International AIDS Conference, held in Australia in July, expressed concerns about... Read More

Pope Francis Has Mixed LGBT Legacy As Archbishop in Argentina

As Pope Francis settles in after initial celebrations, onlookers from all perspectives and places begin... Read More

NEWS NOTES: December 24, 2012

Here are some news items which may be of interest: 1) Read the inspiring Huffington... Read More

Prayers for World AIDS Day

Today is World AIDS Day.  We pause to remember the effect that this pandemic has... Read More

Mixed Review for New Book on Gay Life, AIDS, and Spirituality

  The National Catholic Reporter carries a review of a new book by Richard Giannone,... Read More

The Catholic Dimension at the International AIDS Conference

The International AIDS Conference, the largest gathering of HIV/AIDS researchers, educators, advocates, care-givers, and pastoral... Read More