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Ten Years Later: Sister Jeannine and Her Documentary Keep Marching On

It’s hard to believe that it has been over ten years since In Good Conscience:  Sister... Read More

SYNOD: Great Expectations Loom for Upcoming Marriage and Family Meeting

Over the next few weeks, Bondings 2.0 will be preparing a number of posts related to the... Read More

Commonweal, Catholicism, and Same-Sex Marriage, Part 2

Yesterday, we introduced this two-part series on Commonweal magazine’s continued conversation about Joseph Bottum’s 2013 essay... Read More

Commonweal, Catholicism, and Same-Sex Marriage, Part 1

Last August, Commonweal magazine published an intriguing article entitled  “The Things We Share:  A Catholic’s Case for Same-Sex... Read More

Italian Bishops' Conference Head Calls for Dialogue Without "Taboo"

The world synod on marriage and the family, scheduled at the Vatican in October 2014,... Read More

Ugandan Bishops Support Anti-Gay Law, While Others Call Pope to Condemn It

Over the past few weeks, news about Catholic reaction to Uganda’s newly-enacted anti-gay law has... Read More

Why Has Pope Francis Been Silent on Anti-Gay Laws?

Pope Francis’ response, or, more accurately, his lack of response to the passage of anti-gay... Read More

Why Bishops’ Religious Liberty Arguments on ENDA Fail

The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which would provide federal job protections for LGBT employees, passed... Read More

LGBT Issues Pervade 2013 Call to Action Conference

LGBT Catholic issues pervaded Call to Action’s 2013 conference this past weekend as progressive Catholics... Read More

March on Washington Can Teach Catholic Church About Equality

Millions of Americans marked the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington on Wednesday,... Read More