The National Catholic Committee on Scouting released a non-committal statement about the new proposed policy of dropping the ban on gay scouts, but retaining it for gay scout leaders.
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Over twenty years ago, Scott Anderson’s ordination as a Presbyterian Church-USA minister was set aside after he was outed as gay by members of the church he led in Sacramento.
On Thursday, October 6, “Partnering for Peace,” a community education panel discussing issues that affect the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, will take place in Hinesville, Ga.
GLAAD’s Religion, Faith & Values program works to elevate LGBT-affirming voices of faith in mainstream, regional,
The Roman Catholic hierarchy is showing how it doesn’t quite have its finger on the pulse of much of the Roman Catholic world population when it comes to the issue of marriage equality.
Two historically Catholic universities, in partnership with two non-denominational divinity schools, are presenting
A recent article in Heeb Magazine by He’bro founder Jayson Littman shines a light on JONAH, an “ex-gay” program aimed at Orthodox Jews.
The LGBT and faith communities are both mourning the loss of a staunch supporter among faith leaders.
Gay rights activists argue that the UMC must become more inclusive to attract young Americans who view the sexuality
LGBT Mormons and their allies gathering at the Circling The Wagons Conference witnessed the premier of this video by
Joseph Amodeo, a 24-year-old New Yorker and openly gay Catholic, made a splash this month when he resigned from the
The son of televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker is leading a rally to encourage voters to cast ballots against n
Lisa Vanderlinden grew up a Roman Catholic.
NTV, Uganda’s largest independent television station, is broadcasting a series titled American View, which portrays
Mormons are gathering signatures to bring a referendum on Maryland’s marriage equality law to the ballot in November