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German theologian Stephan Goertz is a scholar for “people of hope,” says Jesuit professor

Article James F. Keenan, S.J.

With his prolific publications and uncanny ability to provoke recognition of the development of Catholic theological teachings, Goertz is very much one of the major contemporary theologians whom people of hope should follow.


I was hounded from my church job because I’m gay. This month, I spoke at a Vatican conference on love.

Article Aaron Bianco

My name is Aaron Bianco. I am a gay Catholic man who has been in a committed relationship for 17 years. My experiences reflect the deep pain, confusion and joy of many LGBT Catholics.


“Amoris Laetitia” and Gay Marriage: A Closer Look

Article Francis X. Clooney, S.J.

A theologian reflects on Pope Francis’s apostolic exhortation “Amoris Laetitia.”


What does it mean to welcome LGBTQ people into Catholic communities?

Article Craig A. Ford, Jr.

We return to the question for the same reason that everyone else is: where does “welcoming” LGBTQ+ people end up capitulating to a cultural vision that is contrary to the gospel?


Celebrating gay relationships in the church? What happened in Belgium and why it’s good news.

Article Jos Moons, S.J.

The bishops recognize the value of lasting and loving relationships between LGBTQ people and offer a loosely developed liturgy for celebrating those relationships in church.