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CATHOLIC LGBT HISTORY: Catholics Meet on Gay Role in Clergy

It seems like you can't open a Catholic periodical or look at a Catholic news website today without the subject of gay priests being discussed somewhere.  But almost 30 years ago, the topic of gay clergy, as well as lesbian sisters and gay religious brothers, was so unique that a day-long conference about these categories of people was the subject of articles in both The New York Times  and The Washington Post. Read More

The Untold Story of Nuns’ Support of LGBT People

A story about LGBT ministry in the Catholic Church that needs to be told, re-told, and re-told again:  Catholic nuns have been LGBT people's strongest supporters among institutional church people.   Read More

CATHOLIC LGBT HISTORY: Gay-Friendly Catholic Parishes List Is Published

“This Month in Catholic LGBT History” is Bondings 2.0’s  feature to educate readers of the rich history—positive and... Read More

LGBT Pilgrimage to Ireland, Land of Rainbows and Wedding Bells–Part 1

Today’s post is Part One of a two-part series on New Ways Ministry’s pilgrimage to... Read More

Reforming Doctrinal Investigations Could Help Church Grow on LGBT Issues

An international group of theologians, bishops, priests, and pastoral ministers who had been investigated by the... Read More

Bringing Life Out of What Seems Lifeless

Periodically in Lent, Bondings 2.0 will feature reflections by two New Ways Ministry staff members:  Matthew Myers,... Read More

Father Robert Nugent, New Ways Ministry’s Co-Founder, Passes Into Eternal Life

With confidence in the promise of the Resurrection, but also with hearts heavy with sorrow,... Read More

Patiently Waiting for the Desert to Bloom With Abundant Flowers

For the four Sundays of Advent, Bondings 2.0 will feature reflections on the day’s Scripture readings by... Read More

Choosing Between Mercy and Judgment

For the four Sundays of Advent, Bondings 2.0 will feature reflections on the day’s Scripture readings by... Read More

U.S. Catholic Bishops Invited to New Dialogue on LGBT Issues

The U.S. Catholic bishops have been invited to open a new and more positive chapter... Read More