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Reflecting on the Papal Audience with LGBT Catholics

Now that New Ways Ministry pilgrims are back in the United States, and now that the... Read More

Will Pope Francis Meet With Sister Jeannine Gramick and LGBT Catholics?

Since becoming pope in March 2013, one of Pope Francis’ most endearing habits has been... Read More

SURVEY 2014: Who Are You? What Do You Like?

It has become our tradition here at Bondings 2.0 to mark our blog’s annual anniversary in three... Read More

Ten Years Later: Sister Jeannine and Her Documentary Keep Marching On

It’s hard to believe that it has been over ten years since In Good Conscience:  Sister... Read More

"If Nuns Ruled the World"–And Ran the Catholic Church

The title of a new book posits a hypothetical that would be intriguing to answer: If... Read More

Under the Vatican's Dark Cloud, Nuns Continue to Suppport LGBT People

Last week, I attended the Leadership Conference of Women Religious’ (LCWR) meeting in Nashville, Tennessee.... Read More

What Makes a Catholic Advocate for LGBT Equality Tick?

As one of the co-founders of New Ways Ministry, I’ve had the pleasure of working... Read More

Religious and Political Leaders Ask Archbishop to Stay Away from NOM

Today, Catholics in the Archdiocese of San Francisco will be visiting several parishes to ask... Read More

Fortunate Families Founders Feted for Ministry to Catholic Parents of LGBT People

Happy Mothers Day! When the history of the Catholic LGBT movement is written, a major... Read More

Next Week in Jerusalem!

To all Bondings 2.0 readers: From February 14th to 23rd,  this blog’s two main contributors, Francis DeBernardo... Read More