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Cardinal Says Rethinking Human Sexuality Is Important Task for the Church

A top U.S. cardinal has said it is "important" and "incumbent" that the church rethink human sexuality in a process of dialogue. Read More

German Bishops Announce “Synodal Path” to Address Sexual Morality, Other Disputed Topics

In response to the sexual abuse crisis, Germany's bishops have announced the beginning of  a "binding synodal path" to examine questions regarding sexual morality, clericalism, and priestly celibacy. Read More

The Time Is Now for Church’s Sexuality Dialogue

The National Catholic Reporter’s editors have called for a “Time for dialogue on sexual ethics”... Read More

Ten Years Later, Sr. Margaret Farley’s “Just Love” Is Still a Most Radical Book

This weekend, Catholics are gathering in Chicago for New Ways Ministry’s 8th National Symposium, “Justice... Read More

SYNOD: Bishop Geoffrey Robinson: Sexual Ethics Should Be Based on Jesus' Teaching

Here in Rome, where church officials are preparing for the opening of the extraordinary synod... Read More

British Cardinal Offers New Perspective on Context of Sexuality

When Britain’s Cardinal Vincent Nichols addressed the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict last... Read More

Australian Priest Publicly Endorses the Goodness of Same-Gender Relationships

A priest in Australia is calling for public recognition of same-gender relationship and says they... Read More

Catholic Bishops Oppose Violence Against Women Act Because of LGBT Protections

After a lengthy political battle centered around specific LGBT, American Indian and migrant protection, President... Read More

Cardinal O’Brien’s Resignation Highlights Increasing Problems for Anti-LGBT Hierarchy

Scotland’s Cardinal Keith O’Brien, the leading Catholic prelate in the United Kingdom, announced on Monday... Read More

A Profound Examination of Orthodoxy & Dissent

Sometimes, it is helpful to step back from the discussion of Catholic LGBT issues and... Read More