To give an accurate representation of where people of faith stand on marriage equality, let's look at some of the major denominations that support scouts for a quick recap. GLAAD has created a handy graphic that shows which denominations support inclusive scouting for all.
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Today, Pope Benedict XVI criticized marriage for same-sex couples in an address to the Vatican's diplomatic corps.
On Friday, Chicago's Cardinal Francis George apologized for the anti-gay comments he made last month.
Last October in a speech, Minnesota's Archbishop John C. Nienstedt told Minnesota's priests that any priest who does not support the proposed constitutional ban on marriage for same-sex couples should remain silent and instead should speak to the Archbishop privately.
The groups Rainbow Sash, Equality Illinois and the Gay Liberation Network are scheduled to hold a protest on Jan.
Tom Tunney, alderman for Chicago's 44th Ward which hosts the city's annual Pride Parade, spoke out against the anti-LGBT comments made by Cardinal Francis George last month.
The Hartford Archdiocese released a statement Tuesday and said it was launching a local chapter of a ministry called
Chicago's Cardinal Francis George has issued a statement in which he defends the anti-gay comment he made last week about the LGBT movement and organizations.
Donna Fountain carried her list, titled "My Dreams," with her everywhere. Her goals were to find a great job, buy a house by age 45, start a sanctuary for gay and lesbian teens, marry the woman of her dreams and watch her son, Elijah, graduate from college. Sadly, Donna died in a hit-and-run accident on Christmas morning.