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LGBTQ Equality

As Catholics, our faith teaches us to honor the inherent dignity of all people because everyone is made in the image of God. Sadly, too many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are still treated as second-class citizens. In much of the US, a person can be fired from a job, refused service in a business or denied housing simply because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. We must stand up for basic human dignity.

Catholic Resources

Catholic Women: Reclaiming Debates about Abortion & Reproductive Justice

More than 30 prominent Catholic women scholars, theologians and advocates have signed an Open Letter from Catholic Women: Reclaiming Public Debates about Abortion & Reproductive Justice. Join us for a public virtual conversation with signers of the letter to explore the intersection of our faith and reproductive justice.

Open Letter from Catholic Women: Reclaiming Public Debates about Abortion & Reproductive Justice

We write as Catholic women at a time when the opinions of judges and lawmakers are viewed as more valid than our own lived experiences with reproductive health.

Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights: A Conversation with Catholic Activists

Powerful institutions and political leaders are working to rigging the system and erecting racist obstacles to voting and full participation in American life. We know that voter suppression is a sin. Silence is complicity. Join our panel on Friday, October 14 as we discuss how Catholics can act to protect democracy and voting rights.

Eucharist isn’t a weapon

Please heed the pastoral guidance of Cardinal Luis Ladaria of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, who warned in a letter to your conference that using the Eucharist to police pro-choice Catholic politicians would further divide the church and send the “misleading” message that abortion is the only urgent issue addressed by Catholic social teaching.
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