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Authorities Investigating Brazilian Priest for LGBTQ-Negative Petition at Mass

Authorities are investigating a Brazilian priest for allegedly making homophobic comments during a Mass celebrated shortly after the nation's Supreme Court criminalized anti-LGBTQ violence and hate speech earlier this year. Read More

Crowdfunding Launched for Proposed Film on Gay Priest Diagnosed with HIV

A recent profile in The Advocate is raising awareness about a new short film that tells the story of a priest newly diagnosed with HIV. The film is seeking funding on Kickstarter and is described as exploring “a moment in the life of one priest who is faced with a crossroads of health and identity, threatening to deconstruct his entire belief system.” Read More

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS: Which LGBTQ Person or Ally Would You Canonize This All Saints Day?

With All Saints Day coming up, Bondings 2.0 is asking our readers which LGBTQ or Ally person they would canonize. Let us know in today's post! Read More

NEWS NOTES: Theologian Compares LGBTQ People’s Relation with Church to Katy Perry Song; And More

Today's post features news items on the latest Catholic LGBTQ news and analysis, including the Virginia bishops' opposition to a conversion therapy ban. Read More

QUOTE TO NOTE: Caribbean Archbishop Seeks Repeal of Anti-LGBTQ Criminalization Law

An archbishop in St. Lucia has called for the Caribbean nation to reconsider its anti-LGBTQ law after a young man there died by suicide. Read More

Indianapolis Catholic H.S. Fires Third Employee Due to LGBTQ Issues

A third employee at a Catholic high school in Indianapolis has claimed they were fired in an LGBTQ-related dispute, just as the high school faces a new lawsuit from another terminated employee claiming discrimination. Read More

Catholic Schools Skip Astronaut’s Homecoming Over Her Same-Gender Marriage

The nation’s first openly gay astronaut recently spoke about her six months aboard the International Space Station on October 10 at her Catholic high school alma mater. Nearly 1,000 students attended from several area schools. However, several schools were notably absent. Read More

Duquesne University Reverses Course to Allow Gender Neutral Fashion Show

Ceding to protests, Duquesne University administrators have backed off an initial decision to ban gender-neutral language and imagery from an upcoming campus fashion show. Read More

Ghana Archbishop Says Sex Ed Is ‘Subtle Way of Introducing Gay/Lesbian Thing to Children’

A leading bishop and Catholic teachers in Ghana have joined together to oppose the introduction of comprehensive sexual education in the nation's schools. Read More

Cardinal Says Rethinking Human Sexuality Is Important Task for the Church

A top U.S. cardinal has said it is "important" and "incumbent" that the church rethink human sexuality in a process of dialogue. Read More