Posts

Polish Archbishop Says LGBTQ Movement Is ‘Great Threat to Freedom’ as Catholics Demand End to Violent Rhetoric

A top archbishop has again disparaged the LGBTQ movement, comparing it to the oppressive regime that ruled Poland in the late 20th century. But church reformers are calling on the Polish hierarchy to comply with church teaching about respecting LGBTQ people and avoid such rhetoric. Read More

Theology or Ideology? Parsing Vatican Thinking on Sex and Sexuality

Pope Francis’s theology of sex and gender complementarity has hardened into an ideology that uses a single strand strand of reflection about God to powerfully determine Catholic sacrament, canon law, and ethics.   Read More

How the Gender Binary Affects So Much of Catholic Thinking

So much of the discussion surrounding LGBT issues is in some ways part of a... Read More

Papal Canonizations, Part 2: Pope John Paul II's Record on LGBT Issues

Today is canonization day for two recent popes:  John XXIII and John Paul II.  In... Read More

Papal Canonizations, Part 1: Pope John XXIII's Influence on LGBT Equality

On Sunday, April 27th, two recent popes, John XXIII and John Paul II, will be... Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Why Catholics Should Affirm Civil Marriage Equality

A new theological argument in favor of Catholic support for civil same-sex marriage is being... Read More

Remembering a More Positive Catholic Tradition Toward LGBT People

A somewhat minor news item spoke volumes to me about the important history of a... Read More

South African Cardinal Claims He’s Not Homophobic ‘Because I Don’t Know Any Homosexuals’

A South African cardinal has made the claim that he is not homophobic, and has... Read More