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Bishops' Meeting Spotlights Tensions About Pope Francis and LGBT Issues

Though the U.S. bishops’ meeting in Baltimore this week has not produced anything substantial in... Read More

Ignoring Pope Francis, US Bishops Reaffirm Their Work to Oppose Marriage Equality

It was a question asked last November, and now again this spring by those like Jesuit... Read More

U.S. Catholic Bishops Invited to New Dialogue on LGBT Issues

The U.S. Catholic bishops have been invited to open a new and more positive chapter... Read More

Archbishop Kurtz’s Election as New USCCB President Signals Ambiguous Direction for Conference

America’s Catholic bishops have spoken. Yesterday, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) elected... Read More

As ENDA Passes to Senate, U.S. Bishops Renew Anti-LGBT Rights Campaign

On Monday evening, the US Senate voted to move the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), a... Read More

USCCB To Elect New President: What Could This Mean for LGBT Issues?

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) upcoming fall assembly starts next week, and... Read More

UPDATE: USCCB Will Follow ‘Usual Process’ for Synod Consultation

Earlier today, we posted that it looked like the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)... Read More

US Catholics Praise Pope Francis in Polling and Words

Polling done by The Huffington Post and YouGov reveals that 81% of American Catholics believe Pope Francis is... Read More

QUOTE TO NOTE: Coming Back to Church

Kate Childs Graham, the co-president of Call to Action, spoke with MSNBC about Pope Francis’... Read More

Attacks Against Bishops’ Anti-Poverty Efforts Come at the Expense of LGBT Community

A report released by Faith in Public Life exposes a campaign by conservative Catholics to... Read More