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Court Dismisses Fired Gay Church Worker’s Discrimination Lawsuit for Unclear Reasons

An Indiana court has dismissed a fired church worker's lawsuit against the archdiocese that pursued his termination over his same-gender marriage, though the reasons for the dismissal are unclear. Meanwhile, the discrimination lawsuits of two fire church workers in that archdiocese have been allowed to proceed. Read More

Second Discrimination Complaint Filed Against Indianapolis Catholic High School

A Catholic high school in Indianapolis is facing its second anti-LGBT discrimination complaint after a fired church worker's filing with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) this month. Read More

NEWS NOTES: July 28, 2014

Here are some items that you might find of interest: 1) LGBT Catholics in Chicago... Read More

A Few Steps Forward, and then Some Back, on Marriage Equality

There’s been good news and bad news recently regarding Catholic leaders’ opinions on legal protections for same-gender... Read More

ALL ARE WELCOME: At Notre Dame, Does Buying In Equal Selling Out?

The ALL ARE WELCOME series is an occasional feature  which examines how Catholic faith communities... Read More