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Marquette University Entangled in Court Case Involving Discussion of LGBT Issues

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has heard opening arguments in the case of a Marquette University professor who was suspended without pay after a dispute on free speech and  same-sex marriage.Professor John McAdams publicly blogged about a controversial dispute between a Marquette student and a teaching assistant regarding a class discussion on same-sex marriage. Read More

Marquette’s “Pride Prom” to Continue Despite Right Wing Petition

An LGBTQ dance will go ahead at Marquette University despite conservative demands that the dance be cancelled. Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: IgnatianQ Again Gathers Jesuit Students for LGBTQ Solidarity–And Other Campus News

It should be surprising to regular readers of Bondings 2.0 to learn that Catholic higher education is leading our... Read More

Catholic Colleges Advance on Trans* Inclusion, Including Restrooms

As frequent readers of our “Campus Chronicles” series know, Catholic higher education frequently leads the... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: LGBT Rankings Fail to Reveal Full Story

As college students return to campus for the fall, the Princeton Review released its annual... Read More

Theologian Challenges Pax Christi to Embrace LGBT Equality and Justice

This past weekend, my New Ways Ministry colleague Bob Shine and I attended the national... Read More

Catholics Among Christian Leaders Supporting LGBT Rights in Uganda

The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights has released an open letter... Read More