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Bishops’ Employment Action Against Editor Has Troubling Consequences for U.S. Church

More than sixty church workers have lost their jobs in LGBT-related disputes since 2008, but the recent news... Read More

Can “Amoris Laetitia” Be a Starting Point for Progress on LGBT Issues?

“The apostolic exhortation is not just the last step of a long process. It is... Read More

Theologians: Catholics Have “Civil Rights Imperative” to Seek LGBT Protections

Two theologians from Creighton University have called for Catholics to support LGBT non-discrimination protections in a... Read More

Top Gay Rights Campaigner in UK Speaks Movingly About Her Catholic Faith

In an interview with The Scottish Catholic Observer, a leading gay rights advocate in the United... Read More

Pope Francis Calling on African Bishops to Oppose LGBT Discrimination, Says Theologian

More than a week after Pope Francis released Amoris Laetitia, his apostolic exhortation on family, new... Read More

Head of Catholic News Service Resigns After Right-Wingers Complain

The head of Catholic News Service (CNS), a news organization owned by the United States Conference... Read More

Sydney Archdiocese In Marriage Equality Brouhaha Concerning Supportive Businesses

Reports have surfaced that the Archdiocese of Sydney, Australia, may have threatened to withdraw from businesses... Read More

Title IX LGBT Exemptions Will Not Disqualify Catholic Colleges from NCAA

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will not disassociate from religiously-affiliated colleges, including some Catholic ones,... Read More

Fr. James Martin, LGBT Groups, Others React to Pope Francis’ “The Joy of Love”

Yesterday’s release of Amoris Laetitia, Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation on the family whose title translates as The... Read More

Gay Ambassador Faces Harsh Letter from Bishops and Ban from Catholic School

Religious leaders’ opposition to gay U.S. Ambassador James “Wally” Brewster is again intensifying in the Dominican Republic... Read More