Catholic Church

The latest news about the Catholic Church and its stand on LGBT equality. Historically, the Catholic Church has taken a strong stance against the LGBT community, same-sex relationships, and issues of marriage equality. In recent years, the Church has been plagued by scandals regarding sex abuse cases between priests and children, with many criticizing the organization for sheltering the perpetrators. The Roman Catholic Church counts over one billion members worldwide, making it the largest Christian organization in the world. The Catholic Church is led by the Pope, also known as the Bishop of Rome.

Pope Francis will speak at Bernard Law's funeral, even though church documents showed Law had failed to remove pedophilic priests.

December 21 2017 1:17 PM

In this episode, Dana talks about a gay couple who oppose same-sex marriage, the anti-LGBT Nashville Statement,  and how to be a good parent of faith to LGBT kids with guest Susan Cottrell.

September 07 2017 2:24 PM

Fr. James Martin responded to an antigay Facebook comment with an open-minded history lesson.

May 10 2017 2:57 PM

Pope Francis and the presidential hopeful find they have a common enemy: the idolatry of money.

April 08 2016 2:12 PM

'Bathroom panic' may well have struck again in a Catholic prep school’s claim that it cannot accept transgender students.

March 07 2016 1:07 AM

A scolding letter from the archbishop of St. Louis sparks debate and questions among the faithful, chief among them: "Can I still buy Girl Scout cookies?"

February 20 2016 10:44 AM
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