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Is it Possible for Bishops to Move Away from Marriage Equality Opposition?

Last week’s appearance of Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone at the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) March in... Read More

Catholic Schools Week Calls Us to Reflect on Fair Employment for LGBT Educators

We are in the middle of Catholic Schools Week here in the U.S., a time... Read More

Writer to Conservative Bishops: “Watch. Listen. You Might Learn Something.”

Last week, Bondings 2.0 reported on Catholic bishops’ varied responses to Pope Francis’ “Who am I to... Read More

Pope Francis Preaches for ‘Open Doors’ to Welcome All

A stark contrast to the actions of  members of the US hierarchy lately, Pope Francis... Read More

Archbishop and Columnist Speak Out Against Pro-LGBT Immigration Law

Two recent items about immigration reform from prominent Catholics–one an archbishop and one a columnist... Read More

Did the Archbishop Exclude Pro-Marriage Equality Catholics from Communion? Only If They Let Him

Did Detroit’s Archbishop Allen Vigneron tell Catholics who support marriage equality that they could not... Read More

Catholic Columnist Urges Church to Rethink Homosexuality Teaching in Wake of University Decision

Michael Sean Winters, a columnist at National Catholic Reporter, recently wrote on the failing nature... Read More

Former Ambassador to the Vatican Speaks Out Against Ugandan Discrimination

Thomas Patrick Melady, the former U.S. ambassador to the Vatican and also to Uganda, has... Read More

Bishop Cupich's Message of Compassion Should Become a Message of Justice

In his blog on the National Catholic Reporter  website, Michael Sean Winters rightly praises Spokane’s Bishop... Read More

The Catholic Dimension at the International AIDS Conference

The International AIDS Conference, the largest gathering of HIV/AIDS researchers, educators, advocates, care-givers, and pastoral... Read More