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Jesuit H.S. Denies Teacher Was Fired Because He Is Gay

A Jesuit high school in Chicago is denying allegations it fired a gay teacher because... Read More

Gay Teacher Harassed by Students Fired by Jesuit High School

A Catholic high school in Chicago has fired a gay teacher after students outed and... Read More

Priests Exchange Opposing Tweets on Transgender Equality

Last Saturday, Bondings 2.0 posted about Jesuit Fr. James Martin’s positive tweets about transgender people in... Read More

Jesuit Weekly Criticizes “Unjust Discrimination” against LGBT Church Workers

A major outlet in the English-speaking Catholic media has opined against the firing of LGBT church workers. America... Read More

Church “a Source of Consolation,” Says Philippines’ First Transgender Politician

Geraldine Roman, the Philippines’ first elected transgender representative to that nation’s congress, spoke revealingly about her... Read More

Fr. Dan Berrigan’s (Forgotten) Ministry to LGBT Catholics at the Church’s Margins

When Father Daniel Berrigan passed away in late April, tributes and anecdotes poured out about... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: IgnatianQ Again Gathers Jesuit Students for LGBTQ Solidarity–And Other Campus News

It should be surprising to regular readers of Bondings 2.0 to learn that Catholic higher education is leading our... Read More

With a Call for Compassion, Jesuit Scholastic Comes Out as Gay

Because we know that so many priests and members of religious communities are gay and... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Students Call Loyola Chicago to Welcome All Weddings

Christine Irvine and her fiance Loyola University Chicago students are petitioning their college to allow... Read More

Pope Francis’ Welcome Signals a New Dawn of Hope for LGBT People and Allies

Pope Francis’ interview in America magazine signals a new dawn of hope and promise for LGBT... Read More