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Priest Asks Church About ‘What Happens Next’ After LGBT People Are Welcomed?

With an increased welcome for LGBT people in the Catholic Church, one priest is asking... Read More

On New Catholic LGBT Book, Jamie Manson and Archbishop Chaput Find Common Ground

Fr. James Martin, S.J. seeks to build bridges with his new book on Catholic LGBT... Read More

QUOTE TO NOTE: How Gay Bars and Churches are Safe and Sacred Places

When Orlando, Florida newspaper columnist Justin Mitchell visited the Pulse Nightclub memorial this past June,... Read More

Praying for Orlando, One Year Later

“Then they sat down upon the ground with [Job] seven days and seven nights, but... Read More

God’s Incarnate Promise, Our Promise to Love One Another

This weekend, Christians around the world gather with their families and loved ones to celebrate... Read More

Might This Be Joy: LGBTQ People’s Witness to Audacious Love

For the four Sundays of Advent, Bondings 2.0 is featuring lectionary Scriptural reflections by LGBTQ theologians and... Read More

Let No One Be Left in the Field

For the four Sundays of Advent, Bondings 2.0 will feature reflections on the day’s Scripture readings by... Read More

Remembering Matthew Shepard: Encountering Solidarity, Countering Isolation

Today’s post was written by guest blogger Alfred Pang is a PhD student in Theology and... Read More

Beyond Being the Prodigal Child, We are Parent and Sibling, Too

On the Sundays of Lent, Bondings 2.0 will feature reflections by New Ways Ministry staff... Read More

A Plea to Pope Francis: Release LGBT People Imprisoned by the Church

Pope Francis' calls to save migrants' lives and his visits to prisons are well-known; indeed, they have become almost routine two years into his papacy. Yet for all his positive remarks on LGBT issues, sexual and gender diverse persons are one imprisoned group about which Francis remains quiet. Read More