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Transgender Man Sues Catholic Hospital for Refusing to Treat Him

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing a Catholic hospital on behalf of a... Read More

Court: Church Legally Justified in Firing of Gay Church Worker in Chicago

In a ruling released last week, a federal judge has said a Catholic parish was... Read More

Under Trump, Will Transgender Lives Matter for Catholic Hospitals?

With the Affordable Care Act (ACA) under siege by the new U.S. president, many people... Read More

Newly-Named Cardinal Comments on LGBT Church Worker Firings

A U.S. bishop who will be made a cardinal in late November has spoken publicly about... Read More

Transgender Catholic Legislator Appeals to Peers for LGBT Protections

The first transgender person elected to the Philippines’ House of Representative, who is a Catholic,... Read More

Massachusetts Bishops Offer Temperate Response to New Transgender Law

Catholic bishops in Massachusetts have offered a tempered, though not perfect, response to newly passed anti-discrimination... Read More

Fr. James Martin: Respecting Transgender People “Fairly Simple Thing to Do”

Jesuit Fr. James Martin again affirmed LGBT inclusion, saying transgender people using restrooms according to their... Read More

Malawi Bishops’ Comments Fail to Defend Marginalized LGBT People

As Malawi debates whether to repeal its laws which criminalize homosexuality, the nation’s Catholic bishops are... Read More

Catholic School Discriminated Against Gay Employee, Says Judge

In a landmark decision, a Massachusetts court ruled that a Catholic school discriminated against a... Read More

Having Their Marriage Doctrine–and Changing It, Too

The Catholic hierarchy’s position on marriage is clear to all: one man, one woman, for life. Defending... Read More