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NEWS NOTES: Transgender Lawmaker, Women’s Ordination Scholarship, and More

A new transgender lawmaker, a Bondings 2.0 contributor receives a scholarship, the passing of a theological giant, and a follow-up to a call for a new dialogue in the church on LGBTQ issues: you can read all about these items in today's News Notes. Read More

CATHOLIC LGBT HISTORY: DignityUSA Issues Guidelines for Holy Unions

“This Month in Catholic LGBT History” is Bondings 2.0’s  feature to educate readers of the rich history—positive and... Read More

NEWS NOTES: Some Follow-Ups to Past Stories

Here are some articles,which follow up on previous Bondings 2.0 posts, that you may find of interest:... Read More

Cardinal’s Welcome to LGBT Catholics ‘Felt Like a Miracle’

Last month, Newark, New Jersey’s Cardinal Joseph Tobin welcomed a pilgrimage of LGBT Catholics to... Read More

Catholics Respond Strongly Against Vatican’s Ban on Gay Priests

This past week’s announcement by the Vatican that the Congregation for Priests has reaffirmed the... Read More

Catholic and LGBT Advocates Give Mixed Reactions to Pope Francis’ Remarks

By Bob Shine, New Ways Ministry, October 5, 2016 Pope Francis’ latest comments on LGBT... 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

DignityUSA Calls for "Sacramental Equality" at National Convention

DignityUSA, a national organization of LGBT and Ally Catholics, held their biennial convention in Seattle... Read More

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? Widen the Synod Circle with Diverse Voices

“WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?” is  Bondings 2.0′s series on how Catholics–the hierarchy and laity–can... Read More

Was Synod 2014 a "Turning Point" or "Clash of Factions"? What Will Synod 2015 Be?

The upcoming synod on marriage and family to take place at the Vatican in 2015... Read More