50 Years Later, Lessons from “Humanae Vitae” Debate Readily Applicable to LGBT Issues

Theologians Michael Lawler and Todd Salzman have written a commentary on "Humanae Vitae's" 50th anniversary which while not explicitly addressing LGBT issues is quite relevant and insightful. Today's post highlights a few key features of their overall argument that Pope Francis has changed the calculus on contraception and invited new conversations that more deeply incorporate human experience in theological ethics. Read More

Critique of Birth Control Ban Paves Way for Okaying Same-Gender Relationships

By Francis DeBernardo, New Ways Ministry, September 24, 2016 Sometimes, you have to be grateful... Read More

What to Make of Pope Francis' Latest Comments on Marriage?

Until yesterday, I had wanted to write a hope-filled blog post about Pope Francis’ visit... Read More

New Survey Indicates British Catholics Support Marriage Equality

Thanks to Terence Weldon, at the blog, we’ve been made aware of a new survey in... Read More

Irish Priest Receives Support from Near and Far in His Vatican Struggle

    Three days ago, we reported the case of Fr. Tony Flannery, a priest... Read More