The pontiff's mixed record on LGBT issues got dicier with his remarks in Manila today.
Corporate executive Peter Coors joins actor Gary Sinise and Fox News anchor Bret Baier in withdrawing from conservative Catholic group Legatus's summit.
After announcing his engagement on Facebook, a gay man is barred from being a substitute teacher at a Catholic High School in Charlotte.
Some religious leaders in Florida aren't feeling sunny about marriage equality, including the Catholic archbishop of Miami, who said staff could be dismissed for supporting the cause.
LGBT Catholic leaders respond to a document and questionnaire sent to clergy ahead of the 2015 Synod of Bishops that calls for direct input from church laity about the future of Catholic LGBT families.
An Illinois music director who was fired after announcing his engagement to a man has filed a discrimination complaint.
Full of Grace, an interview-based staged reading, took the stories of more than 30 LGBT Catholics to the stage at Fordham University.
Two Ottawa sixth-graders were barred from doing a social justice project on gay rights. The school board is reportedly reconsidering that decision.
GQ's Jim Nelson says one of the reasons the pope merits praise is that he doesn't think gays and lesbians are evil.
LGBT 'pilgrims,' representing different types of families, will attend the event next year in Philadelphia and hope for an audience with the pontiff.