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What Are Catholic LGBTQ Educators Supposed to Do With the Vatican’s Gender Document?

Today's post is from guest contributor Alfred Pang who writes about what the Vatican's new document on gender means for LGBTQ teachers in Catholic education. What is at stake? The vocation of teaching and the integrity of LGBTQ people. Read More

Disputes Erupt in Alberta over Anti-LGBT “Morality Clauses” in Church Worker Contracts

Controversies have erupted in Alberta, Canada over church workers can be forced to sign LGBT-negative contract clauses as a condition of employment, a situation which has prompted both LGBT advocates and government officials to speak out as well as a convening of the province's bishops. Read More

Education Official Defends Catholic Participation in Scotland’s New LGBT Curriculum

A key church official in Scotland has affirmed Catholics' participation in developing the country's new LGBT curriculum, reportedly the first such standards to be implemented in the world and which set a model for Catholic education worldwide. Read More

On Anti-LGBT Bullying, Catholic Educators Should Follow Church of England’s Lead

The Church of England's new guidelines on anti-bullying in schools encourage students to "play with the many cloaks of identity," an approach that would be well-suited for Catholic schools as well. Read More

Fired Church Worker Reaches Settlement with Montana Diocese; Other Employment Updates

Fired Teacher Settles Lawsuit in Montana Fired teacher Shaela Evenson settled her lawsuit against the Diocese of... Read More

Ignorance of Catholic Teaching Warps Cardinal's Comments on Homosexuality

A recent interview with Nigeria’s Cardinal John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan, archbishop of Abuja, illustrates one important reason... Read More