One LGBT organization was approved to march in the St. Patrick's Day parade in New York City next year as a move toward officially ending the parade's ban on LGBT groups.
Once again American Catholic leadership is being challenged over whether they disagree with something Pope Francis has said.
While Pope Francis's attitude toward LGBT people may be a little more laissez-faire, some of his followers aren't getting the message.
Friday the 13th is upon us, in 2013. Let's review the year's 13 biggest homophobes with The Advocate's annual Phobie Awards.
Dolan's rhetoric during the debate over marriage equality in 2011 apparently wasn't 'anti-anybody.'
In a recent interview, Cardinal Timothy Dolan downplayed earlier comments from the Pope who claimed it wasn’t his place to pass judgment on gay priests.
The group tried to enter with deliberately soiled hands, a response to the New York archbishop's recent statement that LGBT worshippers were welcome if they washed their hands.