The leader of a pro-LGBT Catholic group reflects on the pope's first year.
Progress for LGBT people in the religious sphere will not mirror advances at the ballot box or in the courts, but Pope Francis is showing how it's possible.
Once again American Catholic leadership is being challenged over whether they disagree with something Pope Francis has said.
The Vatican emphasizes that Pope Francis did not intend to enter the debate over same-sex civil unions, but some say he's opened the door wider for such discussions.
Pope Francis says in a new interview that the Catholic Church must explore civil unions as a way to ensure financial security for same-sex couples.
Lay Catholics from Florida to Germany ask the church to change on same-sex relationships.
A Jesuit production company invites LGBT Catholics to tell their stories.
Pope Francis gets his picture on the cover of the Rolling Stone, which profiles him in a wide-ranging story touching on his rapprochement with LGBT Catholics.
A group of Catholics is urging Pope Francis to speak out against laws criminalizing homosexuality.
Gay people can “recover and become normal with the right treatment,” says Fernando Sebastián, recently elevated to cardinal by Pope Francis.
When Andrea Quintero's family never claimed her body, the Jesuit order to which Pope Francis belongs stepped in.