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Catholics Criticize New Archdiocesan Guidelines Against Gender Transition

Catholics and LGBTQ advocates have negatively appraised a new document from the Archdiocese of St. Louis that issues restrictive guidelines on how the church is to engage transgender people. Read More

The Groaning In My Soul

The current situation has taught me that true faith and hope are the assurance that God’s loving hand is ultimately going to bring us where we should go . . . Read More

It Is Time for the U.S. Bishops to Reconsider Their Stance on LGBTQ Civil Equality

With the U.S. Supreme Court’s Title VII decision to include sexual orientation and transgender identity under the protections of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the leadership of the Catholic Church has a chance to review its own stance on matters of civil equality for LGBTQ people. Read More

For Catholics and Protestants, LGBTQ Signs of Hope from the United Methodist Church

The bishops of the Western Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church (UMC) recently announced that their churches would provide “safe harbor” for LGBTQ clergy, stating “We do not believe The United Methodist Church has the authority or the power to impose limits on the movement of God’s Holy Spirit in the lives of God’s beloved LGBTQ+ children.” This decision is good news for the Methodists, but for Catholics, also. Read More

Find Answers to “Controversial” Pope Francis at Upcoming Symposium

If there is one word that best describes the reactions of LGBT and ally Catholics... Read More

New Ways Ministry Launches Symposium Website!

New Ways Ministry has launched a website with information and registration materials for its Eighth... Read More

Catholics Continue to React to Supreme Court Marriage Equality Ruling

Bondings 2.0 is continuing its coverage on the historic U.S. Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality.  We... Read More

The Misconceptions Behind Pope's Comment on Gender and Nuclear Arms

As New Ways Ministry’s pilgrims to Italy were flying across the Atlantic a few weeks... Read More

Papal Canonizations, Part 1: Pope John XXIII's Influence on LGBT Equality

On Sunday, April 27th, two recent popes, John XXIII and John Paul II, will be... Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Why Catholics Should Affirm Civil Marriage Equality

A new theological argument in favor of Catholic support for civil same-sex marriage is being... Read More