Pope Francis applauded anti-LGBT protesters fighting “in favor of family and life.”
The Democratic vice-presidential nominee had predicted the church will eventually embrace marriage equality; guess again, says his bishop.
The possible future vice president of the United States told an LGBT audience that he believes the Roman Catholic Church will embrace same-sex marriage.
Kate Drumgoole was fired for her marriage. Her school claims "religious freedom" and wants her lawsuit dismissed, but she says it should abide by state antidiscrimination law.
“Today, in schools they are teaching this to children — to children! — that everyone can choose their gender,” the pope says, none too pleased.
It's one of several restrictions Archbishop Charles Chaput has issued concerning parishioners in "irregular" relationships — and he may try to spread these instructions around the nation.
The emeritus pope, known for much anti-LGBT rhetoric, makes this assertion in his soon-to-be-published memoir.