LGBT 'pilgrims,' representing different types of families, will attend the event next year in Philadelphia and hope for an audience with the pontiff.
Four prominent pro-LGBT religious figures were lauded as pioneers at a panel discussion called 'Is Religion Getting Us to LGBTQ Equality?'
Catholic leaders should talk about sexuality with those who aren't members of the clergy.
The head of the Italian Bishops Conference rails against 'undermining culturally and socially the core of humanity.'
The Roman Catholic hierarchy is not pleased with decisions by universities, including Creighton and Notre Dame, to offer benefits to same-sex spouses of employees.
Father Gary Meier's new project, Rising Voices of Faith, provides a forum for pro-equality voices.
Rev. Jonathan Morris seems to have qualms about welcoming children of gay parents, who are in what he calls 'irregular, difficult situations.'
While the synod's final report is less gay-supportive than its interim one, LGBT activists and allies are encouraged by the number of bishops on their side.
The pope isn't taking the roll-back of language that would have made the Catholic Church more welcoming to LGBTs, the divorced, and unmarried couples as a defeat.
The late-night talk show host included The Advocate in a roundup of faux reactions to the Vatican's pro-gay letter.