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In Cake Shop Dispute, Black Lesbian Owners Exhibit Christian Love

A news story about a cake shop got me thinking this weekend about intersectionality, the Catholic Church, and Christian love. Read More

Is An Obsession with Stopping LGBTQ Equality Preventing Bishops from Saying “Black Lives Matter”?

In recent months, more and more people in the United States and around the world have proclaimed that Black Lives Matter. These three words represent a truth too often buried and a movement for justice too long denied. But notably, bishops in the U.S. have overall been unable to utter these words, and part of their reluctance can be traced to their obsession with stopping LGBTQ rights. Read More

New Ways Ministry Affirms That Black Lives Matter

New Ways Ministry affirms that Black Lives Matter, and we call on all of our supporters and friends to do the same. Read More

On Being a Hero: Reflections for the Second Sunday of Advent

This Sunday, we’re asked to think about John the Baptist. And before Jesus was the Jesus of Nazareth whom we know and love—the one who exorcises demons, the one who heals people, the one who walks on water—Jesus was a person like you and me. Indeed, Jesus was a disciple; Jesus was an eager sidekick. And Jesus’s hero was John. Read More

Martin Luther King's Words Call LGBT Catholics and Allies to Action

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. is honored today in the U.S. for his contributions to... Read More

LGBT Concerns Included in University of San Diego Student Demands

As the new year gets underway,  college campuses will soon be in full swing.  Here... Read More