Grace on the Margins: Evidence suggests the bishops threw under the bus the needs of immigrants and refugees for the sake of an anti-abortion, anti-LGBT, right-wing religious liberty agenda.
Annual meeting: The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities reaffirmed their "commitment of our institutions to creating inclusive, welcoming campus environments."
Faith and Justice: The struggle between activists for gay rights and religious freedom has been presented as a zero-sum game where no compromise is possible.
Updated with video: As groundbreaking synod ends, diocesan leaders look to address what Bishop McElroy calls the US church's "great pastoral crisis and challenge."
Indian branch of Catholic social welfare organization: "Caritas is open to work with transgender people. I am even open to recruiting them," the Rev. Frederick D’Souza, executive director of Caritas India.
A national Catholic advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues will honor Jesuit Fr. James Martin with its Bridge Building Award Oct. 30.
Karen Oliveto was consecrated as the United Methodist Church’s first openly LGBT bishop on July 16. But not all United Methodists support the new bishop.
Two U.S. United Methodist Church jurisdictions will consider three openly gay candidates for bishop next month.
The "Brexit" referendum is tied up with issues of economics and immigration, and different ideas of what serves the nation best. But religion also motivates voters.
Several U.S. bishops and archbishops have made statements expressing condolences to survivors and family members of victims of the June 12 shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla.