by Zack Ford Jul 8, 2015
This Catholic school provides a reminder that "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" doesn't work.
by Jack Jenkins May 27, 2015
History proves that the church does listen to the spiritual concerns of those it serves — it just usually takes a lot of effort and a really, really long time.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 11, 2015
A federal appeals court disagrees.
by Jack Jenkins Mar 10, 2015
“I would rather not cede to the Archbishop that power to destroy these schools, and to destroy my kids’ participation in it.”
by Zack Ford Feb 27, 2015
The country's largest Christian denominations claim that their opposition to same-sex marriage has nothing to do with disadvantaging same-sex couples.
by Jack Jenkins Feb 24, 2015
You know, Jesus was pretty big on that whole "healing poor people" thing.
by Kay Steiger Feb 18, 2015
Parents were surprised when a Catholic school distributed pamphlets to elementary students that asked, "Did I perform impure acts by myself (masturbation) or with another (adultery, fornication and sodomy)?"
by Katie Valentine Feb 18, 2015
During their day-long fast, Catholics will be praying for climate action.
by Jack Jenkins Feb 7, 2015
"Now his effort is seen for what it is — a clumsy, inept Catholic version of ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell,’” wrote Brian Cahill, former executive director of San Francisco Catholic Charities.
by Ian Millhiser Jan 26, 2015
Requiring all couples to be treated with equal dignity is actually not at all like ancient Roman torture of Christians.