The leader of Texas Values, whose wife famously left him for another woman, has his hand out again, this time to spread the news about an antigay law that's already been enacted.
Through an aide, the pope offers support to a writer whose work was banned by the mayor of Venice, but warns against reading too much into it.
As Tony Perkins defends right-wing beliefs, someone who's left the movement analyzes the shame and denial that most likely motivated Josh Duggar.
Schools in the Springfield diocese won't turn away children of gay parents, but they may make them feel unwelcome.
The Republican governor of New Jersey broke ranks with his fellow presidential candidates, saying he does not believe LGBT people should be denied service.
Meanwhile, another clerk says he's doing gay people a favor by warning them they'll burn in hell if they don't repent.
After Trevor Harper surprised his boyfriend with a marriage proposal at church, the congregation did something you likely wouldn't expect.
After insinuating they might sever ties with the youth organization after it opened up leadership roles to out gays, the Church says it's sticking with the BSA.
A Christian pastor is appropriating the rainbow banner to promote his hateful, antigay movie.