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Bishop Rejects Claims of Gay Subculture in Diocese, But Falls Short of Universal Denial

The bishop of San Diego has rejected parishioners' claims that a gay subculture exists among the diocese's priests and seminarians and refused to blame the clergy sexual abuse scandal on gay priests. Read More

Gay Pastoral Minister Resigns Because of Fear for His Safety

The movement to expel LGBT church workers from their jobs has reached a new low, as a pastoral minister in San Diego was forced to resign from his job because of fear for his safety. Read More

Gay Church Worker Is Victim of Repeated Hate Crimes Due to Right-Wing Catholic Campaign

A gay church worker has been the target of yet another hate crime spurred on by rightwing Catholic groups, which left him questioning whether to remain in ministry and should be a moment for church leaders to reject anti-LGBT hate unequivocally. Read More

ALL ARE WELCOME: Diocese of San Diego Hosts Mass for 20th Anniversary of “Always Our Children”

A Catholic parish in San Diego hosted a special Mass recently to commemorate the 20th anniversary of "Always Our Children," the U.S. bishops' document addressed to parents with lesbian and gay children and to pastoral ministers.  Read More

San Diego’s Bishop McElroy Backs LGBT Affirming Words with Action

An African proverb says the following, “When you pray, move your feet.” It captures well... Read More

Can LGBT Issues Be Included at San Diego’s Diocesan Synod?

Following Pope Francis’ lead, Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego has called a diocesan synod... Read More