Conversion therapy is still happening in Catholic spaces—and its effects on L.G.B.T. people can be devastating
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Christian prayer, like all Christian life, is not a “walk in the park.”
By Pope Francis
When people meet me, at the Capitol or in a church, they may wonder or even ask me politely, “Are you a conservative or a liberal?” I smile and say, “I’m just a Catholic.”
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Jesuit Father Kevin O’Brien, President of Santa Clara University, resigns due to inappropriate behavior
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In post-Civil War New Orleans, Creole leaders won elections and oversaw the desegregation of public schools, a short-lived experiment destroyed after Reconstruction.
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