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Illinois State Representative Jeanne Ives, who called gay relationships "completely disordered," now says her comments are being "misinterpreted." Will the media let her get away with this?
This afternoon at 4pm central time, when they gather to hear testimony on the marriage bill, would Illinois lawmakers be interested to learn what of the people testifying before them ACTUALLY thinks about gay people?
The News-Gazette accurately challenges "ex-gay advocacy" and uncovers how it's really a ploy to oppose marriage equality in Illinois.
Beginning tonight and continuing throughout next week, viewers across the Chicagoland area will get a chance to watch
Illinois state senate approved a marriage equality bill on Valentine's Day, which now moves to the House. While IL media quoted lots of anti-gay voices of faith, very few pro-gay voices of faith were given a platform.
This week's religion news summary has a lot of Catholic things: the Pope's resigning, another principal got fired for supporting marriage equality, and the bishops continue to wrestle with LGBT inclusion and immigration reform.
Illinois Bishop Sally Dyck spoke out today in support of marriage equality, just as her state is expected to address a bill on the issue.
Welcome to the first LGBT Religion News Summary of 2013! See what's new, and what has stayed the same.
Who is anti-LGBT activist Linda Jernigan, and what does she believe? Let's examine.
Chicago's Cardinal Francis George is getting much media attention for a letter to parishioners in which he condemns civil marriage equality for same-gender couples in the state of Illinois. But there's another element to this story that deserves the same amount of media attention.