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FaithSigns Of the Times
From AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sources
Flying back to Rome on Oct. 2 after a visit to Georgia and Azerbaijan, the pope was asked how, given his criticism on Oct. 1 of “gender theory” and of what he calls “ideological colonization,” he would provide pastoral care to a person who felt his or her sexuality did not co
FaithSigns Of the Times
Kevin Clarke
The pope’s call for Christians to offer an apology to gay and lesbian people, issued during his flight back to Rome from Armenia on June 26, was carefully welcomed by Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego. “I think it opens up a very helpful pathway to dialogue and, hopefully, healing,&rdqu
A supporter for same-sex marriage stands outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington April 28. The high court began hearing cases for same-sex marriages in states that bar the union. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Politics & SocietyIn All Things
Ellen K. Boegel
Legal abstractions in Obergefell v. Hodges have concrete results
Sean Salai
"There is a future for individual gay people in the Catholic Church that doesn’t require repression, or self-hatred, or being totally alone."
FaithFaith and Reason
Daniel J. Daly
It does not necessarily follow that because a teacher has violated church teaching, and his or her contract, that he or she should be terminated.
Politics & SocietyEditorials
The Editors
Supporters of traditional marriage must denounce unjust discrimination against homosexuals.