Church Faces “Galileo Moment” on Homosexuality Says Bishop

A New Zealand bishop has said the Church faces a "Galileo moment" on homosexuality, one being led by young people. Other prelates in the country have opined on LGBT issues as well while speaking at workshops with young people, practicing the dialogical Church called for by Vatican II and sought by Pope Francis. Read More

Anti-Transgender Bus Stalled in Spain; Catholic Prime Minister Attends Pride; Other International Updates

Here are some items that may be of interest: Anti-Transgender Bus Impounded A bus decorated... Read More

Equal Marriage Rights Progress Around the World–Especially in Catholic Nations

As marriage equality legislation increases in the United States, there is also progress being made... Read More

Cincinnati School Administrator Is Penalized for Supporting Marriage Equality

An assistant principal at a Catholic high school in Cincinnati is about to be fired... Read More

NEWS NOTES: Following Up on Previous Stories

Here are some items that may be of interest which follow up on stories that... Read More

Fired New Zealand Teacher's Final and Most Powerful Lesson

A science teacher at a Catholic high school in New Zealand has been fired because... Read More

New Zealand Member of Parliament to Catholic Bishops: "Love is love"

In New Zealand, a gay Member of  Parliament has publicly chastised the members of his... Read More