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Blog Jul, 18, 2017
It’s Time to Canonize Fr. Mychal Judge: Seeking Personal Testimony

The time has come to begin the initial research to make Franciscan Fr. Mychal Judge, OFM, a canonized saint in the Catholic Church.

We need people like you to spread the word about such a possibility so we can gather evidence about Fr. Judge’s life and ministry.

Blog Jul, 12, 2017
DignityUSA Moves Toward Radical Inclusion

The Catholic Church is the largest Christian denomination in the world. The fight for the dignity and inclusion of its LGBTQI parishioners is a fight for the church’s soul and moral integrity. 

Blog Jun, 14, 2017
Cardinal’s Welcome to LGBT Catholics "Felt Like a Miracle"

Last month, Newark, New Jersey’s Cardinal Joseph Tobin welcomed a pilgrimage of LGBT Catholics to the archdiocese’s Cathedral of the Sacred Heart—a gesture that is being hailed as a major step forward in the pastoral care of LGBT people here in the U.S.

Blog Feb, 08, 2017
Catholics Do Not Support Religious Refusals

A new survey reveals that a majority of Catholics oppose allowing small business owners in their state to refuse products or services to gay and lesbian people, if doing so violates their religious beliefs.

Blog Jan, 13, 2017
I’m Transgender & I Don’t Need Your Stinking Mercy

I was a Catholic for over fifty years. I was president of the Altar Boys (how many women can say that?). I was involved with religious groups at my high school. I was a Eucharistic Minister. I played piano at Mass for over 25 years. I worked retreats for high school seniors and ran retreats in parishes. 

Blog Jan, 12, 2017
For National Migration Week, Bishops Must Learn Realities of LGBT Immigrants & Refugees

This week is National Migration Week, an annual event convened by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) to focus attention on the plight of migrants, refugees, and victims of human trafficking in our world. This year’s theme for National Migration week, drawn from Pope Francis, is “Creating a Culture of Encounter.”

Blog Sep, 28, 2016
Pilgrimage Of Mercy Seeks Equality For LGBTQ Catholics

Greg Bourke and his husband were plaintiffs in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that brought the freedom to marry to same-sex couples nationwide in June 2015. Now the men, who were named Persons of the Year by the National Catholic Reporter, are leading a “Pilgrimage of Mercy” to celebrate and recognize LGBT Catholics—and calling for an end to anti-LGBT discrimination.

News Sep, 01, 2016
Catholic Ministry Supports Gay Priest Removed From Ministry

Statement of Francis DeBernardo, Executive Director, New Ways Ministry

Blog Aug, 30, 2016
Fired Lesbian Educator Sues New Jersey Catholic High School

A lesbian educator is suing a Catholic high school because earlier this year the school fired her for entering a same-gender marriage.

Blog Aug, 05, 2016
What Trans Identity Actually Teaches Children About Gender

It feels like there has been a lot of popular attention paid to the ministry of Pope Francis. Right from the moment he was chosen by the papal conclave, if not before, there was just something so unique about him. 

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