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Religious Groups Support Moore's Gay Marriage Stand

Feb 26
Two groups that rallied around Chief Justice Roy Moore during his 2003 Ten Commandments fight are speaking out in support of his stand on gay marriage.

Rabbi Who Presided Over Gay Wedding Leads House in Prayer

By Eva Ruth Moravec | Feb 26
The rabbi who defied Texas' same-sex marriage ban and wed a lesbian couple last week led the morning prayer in the Republican-dominated Texas House on Wednesday, catching supporters of the prohibition off-guard.

Bigots Release Bigotry Map That They're Not On

By Bobby McGuire | Feb 25
HRC, GLSEN, SPLC, AARP, these are a few of the American Family Association's least favorite things that you can find on their new and nifty Bigotry Map.

Scott Lively Warns Gay Marriage Will Cause Sodom's Fire, Noah's Flood

By Bobby McGuire | Feb 23
According to pastor Scott "don't call me 'anti-gay'" Lively, 2015 might be a good year to take out more home owner's insurance.

SF Archbishop Answers Disapproving Letter From Lawmakers

Feb 20
The archbishop of San Francisco sent a letter to California lawmakers on Thursday asking them to respect his right to hire people who uphold Catholic teachings.

Texas Faith Leaders to Gather in Support of Marriage Equality

Feb 18
Hundreds of faith leaders are expected at the Texas Capitol to rally support for marriage equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Texans.

Gay Catholics Get Vatican Welcome, But No Papal Shout-Out

Feb 18
The Vatican did something it has never done before by giving a group of U.S. gay and lesbian Catholics VIP seats at Pope Francis' weekly general audience.

Gershman Y Takes Feminist Look at The Book of Esther

By EDGE | Feb 17
On Sunday, February 22, The Gershman Y takes a feminist look at the Bible when they present "The Book of Esther: The Journey of Queen Vashti and Queen Esther."

Pope to Cardinals: Practice Compassion, Be Open to All

By Francis D'Emilio | Feb 15
Pope Francis on Sunday exhorted 20 new cardinals to reach out to all those who have been shunned, physically or spiritually, by the church or society.

Archbishop: 'Fifty Shades' is 'Direct Assault' on Marriage

Feb 11
The Roman Catholic archbishop of Cincinnati is criticizing the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie as "a direct assault on Christian marriage."

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