Martha Coakley, the commonwealth's attorney general, says the Catholic diocese of Worcester, Mass., wrongfully denied a real estate sale to a gay couple.
The leader of a pro-LGBT Catholic group reflects on the pope's first year.
Irish Catholics in Boston, forgetting their history, play the bigot this St. Patrick's Day.
Progress for LGBT people in the religious sphere will not mirror advances at the ballot box or in the courts, but Pope Francis is showing how it's possible.
Mark Zmuda, forced out at a Catholic school near Seattle after marrying his partner, is filing a wrongful-termination suit.
A Catholic nun has provided religious counseling for hundreds of transgender people throughout the U.S.
The Vatican emphasizes that Pope Francis did not intend to enter the debate over same-sex civil unions, but some say he's opened the door wider for such discussions.
A high-ranking Vatican official condemns Uganda's antigay law.
A U.S. Jesuit magazine has published an editorial taking to task Catholics who support draconian laws criminalizing homosexuality.
A gay man in Washington, D.C., says a Catholic chaplain denied him communion and anointing of the sick after learning of his sexuality.