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CATHOLIC LGBT HISTORY: Canadian Catholics Write a Pastoral Letter to Their Archbishop

On June 5, 1994, the Feast of Corpus Christi that year, a Canadian coalition of Christian organizations wrote a pastoral letter to Archbishop Aloysius Ambrozic of Toronto requesting that he drop his opposition to the Equality Rights Statute Amendment Act, known as Bill 167, which would have provided same-sex couples in Ontario with the same rights and obligations of heterosexually married couples.  Read More

Jesuit Priest Speaks Out for Canadian Transgender Equality Bill

A Jesuit priest in Toronto, Canada, has emerged as an important voice in support of... Read More

March in Local Pride Parades to Support LGBT & Ally Church Employees

June is Pride month across the U.S. and in many areas of the globe. Parades,... Read More

Catholic Activists Helped Bring Marriage Equality Case to the Supreme Court

Yesterday, Bondings 2.o highlighted the role that Catholics played at the prayer service and public... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Parishioners Protest Courage at Toronto Newman Center

The establishment of a Courage program at the Newman Center near the University of Toronto... Read More

Transgender Beauty Contestant Visits Canadian Catholic School

Contestants in the Miss Universe Canada pageant recently visited St. John Vianney Catholic school in... Read More

Majority Favors Gay-Straight Alliances in Ontario's Catholic Schools

While Ontario’s debate about establishing student clubs with the name “gay-straight alliances”  in  state-funded Catholic... Read More