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Pope Meets with Jesuit Targeted by Right for Gay Outreach

Pope Meets with Jesuit Targeted by Right for Gay Outreach

By Nicole Winfield | Sep 30
Pope Francis met privately Monday with an American Jesuit who has been attacked by conservative U.S. Catholics for reaching out to gays, the latest evidence of Francis' willingness to shrug off right-wing criticism for the sake of his pastoral priorities.

Pope Decries World's Indifference to Migrants and Refugees

Pope Decries World's Indifference to Migrants and Refugees

Sep 29
Pope Francis on Sunday decried "the culture of comfort" that leads to indifference in the face of a global migration and refugee crisis.

New Chapter Opens in Pennsylvania in Fight over Suing Church

New Chapter Opens in Pennsylvania in Fight over Suing Church

By Marc Levy | Sep 28
When post offices close Monday, the last victim compensation funds at Pennsylvania's Roman Catholic dioceses will also close.

Vatican Suspends Archbishop's Order Against Indiana School

Vatican Suspends Archbishop's Order Against Indiana School

Sep 24
A Jesuit-run high school that refused to fire a teacher in a same-sex marriage will be allowed to resume all-school Masses while it appeals its status as a Catholic school.

Kanye West Attracts Thousands to Wyoming for Worship Service

Kanye West Attracts Thousands to Wyoming for Worship Service

Sep 24
Kanye West has held an outdoor worship service that attracted thousands of people to the Wyoming city where he owns a ranch.

Duke Student Senate Denies Christian Group Over LGBTQ Policy

Duke Student Senate Denies Christian Group Over LGBTQ Policy

Sep 20
Duke University's student government has rejected a national Christian organization as an official student group because its policy excludes LGBTQ individuals from leadership positions.

Transgender Man Can Sue Hospital Over Denied Hysterectomy

Transgender Man Can Sue Hospital Over Denied Hysterectomy

Sep 19
A California transgender man can go ahead with a discrimination lawsuit against a Catholic hospital that canceled his hysterectomy, an appeals court ruled Tuesday.

Biden's Abortion Shift Tests the Politics of His Faith

Biden's Abortion Shift Tests the Politics of His Faith

By Elana Schor | Sep 18
It was one of the first stress tests of Joe Biden's presidential campaign: A sudden reversal of his decades-long support for restricting federal funding of abortions.

Mormon Leader Reaffirms Church's Opposition to Gay Marriage

Mormon Leader Reaffirms Church's Opposition to Gay Marriage

By Brady McCombs | Sep 18
The leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reaffirmed the religion's opposition to gay marriage, while explaining that leaders lifted a short-lived ban on baptisms for children of gay parents because they felt the "heartache" it caused.

Pulse Survivors Host Freedom March for 'Overcomers' of Homosexuality

Pulse Survivors Host Freedom March for 'Overcomers' of Homosexuality

By Sam Cronin | Sep 18
Two Pulse nightclub shooting survivors organized a march last Saturday to connect so-called "overcomers" of homosexuality. This takes place shortly after a petition has gained thousands of signatures to ban conversion therapy.

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