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Why Justice Delayed in Oregon Is Far From Justice Denied

Judge privileges discrimination over students’ well-being The recent dismissal by a federal judge in Oregon of a class-action lawsuit brought forth by the Religious Exemption Accountability Project on behalf of 40 LGBTQ+ individuals against the U.S. Department of Education — a lawsuit that called into question

Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican City

Laying to Rest an Era of Vatican LGBTQ+ Bashing

[The passing of former Pope Benedict XVI] marks what is, I hope, the end of a long, painful era for LGBTQIA+ Catholics, our families, and the entire church. (DignityUSA Executive Director Marianne Duddy-Burke) Pope Benedict XVI, who served as pope from 2005 until his historic

The Lord

Take Comfort in The Lord

She was my shepherd I woke up at 4 a.m. yesterday awash in grief. On Sunday night we discovered that our 10-year-old German Shepherd, The Lord (Named thusly because “The Lord is my shepherd”), could no longer walk. She had been having mobility issues for