The Rev. Warren Hall, fired in the spring by Seton Hall University, urges Pope Francis to meet with LGBT Catholics when he visits the U.S.
Simón Cazal of LGBT Paraguayan group SomosGay, says he was encouraged by his audience with Pope Francis.
Simón Cazal of Paraguay will be the first married gay activist to have a public meeting with the pope — and he's being hopeful but realistic about what may come of it.
A working paper that will guide discussion at this fall's bishops' meeting doesn't include much outreach to LGBT Catholics.
Calling for 'the acceptance of our bodies as God's gift' appears to send negative signals to transgender people.
Men and women's differences bind them in marriage and help their children mature, the pope asserts.
The assessment came from Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s secretary of state, who ranks second only to Pope Francis in the Catholic hierarchy.
The pope's exaltation of opposite-sex marriage came a day after the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on extending marriage rights to same-sex couples.