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Firing LGBT Church Workers Is the Real Cause of Scandal Damaging the Church

The recent firing of two gay church workers has prompted new reflections on what is truly scandalous about these employment disputes and the damage they are causing. Read More

CAFOD Not Truthful about Why It Cancelled Lecture, Claims Fr. James Martin

News that several organizations cancelled lectures by Fr. James Martin, SJ, has sparked an intense... Read More

Orlando Anniversary Is a Time to Reflect on Church/LGBT Relationship

This week’s one-year anniversary of the massacre of LGBT people at the Pulse nightclub in... Read More

Apologies Are Good, Actions are Better

In an essay for Crux, Passionist Father Edward Beck expressed the sentiment that many LGBT Catholics... Read More

Is There an Alternative to the Rigid Orthodoxies of the Religious Liberty Debate?

The United States of America celebrates its Independence Day today, so it seems an appropriate... Read More

A Look Into What Drives the Conservative Public Policy of the USCCB

Tony Spence’s forced resignation from his position as editor-in-chief of Catholic News Service is indicative of a greater... Read More

Sr. Jeannine Gramick “Extremely Disappointed” by Pope Francis’ Exhortation

Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia, or The Joy of Love, continues to instigate commentaries and analysis from... Read More

Is it Possible for Bishops to Move Away from Marriage Equality Opposition?

Last week’s appearance of Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone at the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) March in... Read More

Hopes for the New (Gay?) Pope

As the Conclave to elect a new pope approaches, intensifying public speculation about the papabile... Read More