By Zack Ford on September 24, 2013
Given that Pope Francis continues to enforce an anti-gay agenda within the Catholic Church, attempts to give him credit on gay issues are premature.
By Rebecca Leber on September 22, 2013
After meeting with a group of unemployed workers, Pope Francis abandoned his prepared text to make some of his strongest remarks against economic inequality.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on September 19, 2013
In his first extensive interview since becoming the pope, Francis argues the Catholic Church needs to reassess its priorities.
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By Zack Ford on September 12, 2013
A Minnesota Catholic school has fired a teacher for disclosing she was in a same-sex relationship, the second such termination the school has made this year.
By Zack Ford on September 4, 2013
The United State Conference of Catholic Bishops has published a series of tips to help Catholics fight marriage equality, but they all suffer from one fatal flaw.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on August 29, 2013
"He restored faith and peace in me and gave me strength to carry on fighting," the sexual assault survivor said after receiving a phone call from the leader of the Catholic Church.
By Zack Ford on August 28, 2013
The Michigan Family Forum and Michigan Catholic Conference care more about junk science than the lived experiences of actual same-sex families.
By Josh Israel on August 26, 2013
As Hawaii moves toward possibly becoming the 14th state to achieve marriage equality, the Bishop of Honolulu wants Catholics to mobilize to protect "just discrimination" against same-sex couples.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on August 22, 2013
As states across the country work to limit women's abortion access, officials in Washington are taking the opposite approach.
By Zack Ford on August 13, 2013
Conservative groups are outraged about a new bill that will protect transgender students, but their comments reveal they understand very little about transgender young people.