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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

Catholic Hierarchy Is a Shining Light in Dark Moment for LGBT Rights in India

India’s Supreme Court reinstated a law that bans homosexuality as a “crime against nature” earlier... Read More

Justice Antonin Scalia Misusing Catholic Faith to Promote Anti-Gay Bias

Just weeks ago, Pope Francis shook up the Catholic Church with a wide-ranging and welcome... Read More

Bishops Try to Stem Marriage Equality’s Spread in the U.S.

As marriage equality becomes an emerging reality in the United States, opponents are employing new... Read More

In Australia, Shifting Leadership Leaves Marriage An Open Question

After the defeat of former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd recently, anti-marriage equality leaders in Australia... Read More

Russian Olympics Is an Opportune Time for Catholic Human Rights Witness

Russia’s passage of anti-gay laws and  discrimination against LGBT people in that nation have made... Read More

Catholic Governor Chris Christie Must Choose on LGBT Equality

New Jersey’s passage of a law  advancing LGBT rights is raising questions about Governor Chris... Read More