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Bishop Gumbleton Offers Words of Hope and Encouragement

Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, a longtime advocate for LGBT justice in the Catholic Church, spoke recently... Read More

A Priest of Integrity

We already reported on the news that Archbishop John Nienstedt of St. Paul, Minnesota, is... Read More

Was Cardinal George's Apology Enough? Catholic Students Don't Think So

When Cardinal George apologized for his insensitive comments comparing the LGBT rights movement to the... Read More

Across the Land, Catholic Support for Marriage Equality Grows

From sea to shining sea today, articles on Catholic involvement in the marriage equality issue ... Read More

Sex, Marriage, and the Church, Part 2

Yesterday, I posted a lengthy piece about Commonweal’s print colloquium entitled “Sex, Marriage, and the... Read More

NEWS NOTES: January 14, 2012

Here are links to some articles you might find of interest: 1) In “Bishop:  Italy... Read More

Sex, Marriage, and the Church, Part 1

The headline on the front cover of Commonweal magazine’s current issue reads “Sex, Marriage, and... Read More

Colbert's Chaplain on "Respect, Compassion, and Sensitivity"

Fr. James Martin, SJ,  is one of Catholicism’s leading spiritual writers and cultural commentators today,... Read More

Postcards from the Edge

To oppose their state’s proposed civil unions legislation, the Colorado Catholic Conference is sponsoring a postcard... Read More

A Threat to Our Humanity

It’s not news that Pope Benedict XVI opposes marriage equality for lesbian/gay couples.  Yet his... Read More