The pastor of the Catholic parish says he didn't realize the message could be construed as supporting same-sex marriage or parenting by gay couples.
Randy Berry, U.S. special envoy for LGBT rights, has his first meeting at the Vatican, seeking to form a partnership to fight violence and discrimination around the world.
In his first longform U.S. interview, the Irish singer of 'Take Me to Church' proves again he's our ally.
Rev. Fred Daley came out 11 years ago and never looked back, saying he's happy to be the person that God created him to be.
The church has brought 'immeasurable suffering' to LGBT Catholics and their loved ones, Krzysztof Charamsa says in a letter to Pope Francis.
He says he was initially told his same-sex marriage would pose no problems, but he was fired after about a week of work.
Those who oppose church teaching shouldn't receive the sacraments, says Newark's archbishop.
The order objects to new Indian government rules allowing adoption by single parents — who might be gay or lesbian.
Krzysztof Charamsa, fired by the Vatican after coming out, says he met other gay priests at the Holy See — some self-loathing, some 'fantastic' clergymen — but no organized gay network.
Yayo Grassi, who brought his partner and friends to meet with Pope Francis in Washington, says he's long had warm acceptance from the pontiff.