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News Apr, 05, 2012
Catholic Bishops, Knights Of Columbus Must Cut Ties To NOM

Equally Blessed, a coalition of four Catholic justice organizations, today called on the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, to publicly disassociate themselves and their organizations from the National Organization for Marriage (NOM).

News Mar, 08, 2012
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News Jan, 25, 2012
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News Jan, 05, 2012
One foot out, One foot in

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News Jun, 14, 2011
Coalition Of Welcoming Christians Hold Historic Meeting With Southern Baptist Convention

A coalition of religious and secular organizations advocating to end the harm caused to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth by religion-based bigotry met Wednesday in a historic meeting with the president of the Southern Baptist Convention in Phoenix, Ariz.

News May, 10, 2011
Presbyterians Join Protestant Movement To Accept LGBT Ministers

In Minneapolis, Minn., May 10, 2011, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) crossed an historic threshold as Presbyterians in the Twin Cities area voted to eliminate all official barriers to the ordination of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people as ministers and lay leaders in their 2.4 million member denomination.

News Apr, 08, 2011
Stop The Deportation Of Joseph Bokombe

Joseph Bokombe, a gay man from Uganda living in San Diego, sits in a U.S. Immigration holding facility, his visa expired, awaiting deportation to a Uganda.

News Mar, 23, 2011
Catholics, An Apple And An Inclusive Garden Of Eden

Three converging news stories this week may finally be giving us the redemptive interpretation of the creation story we’ve been seeking.

News Feb, 25, 2011
Presbyterians Move Toward Acceptance Of LGBT Ministers

For the first time ever, voters in the Presbyterian Church (USA) who favor dropping exclusionary policies against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are in the lead in a nationwide vote. In 2010, the national body approved an amendment that would allow LGBT candidates for ordination to be evaluated on their spiritual call to ministry and their abilities.