LGBT not as cool to the young now
Not crazy about gay history taught to their kids

Stonewall riots, June, 1969 (Photo from CBS News) Young people are growing less tolerant of LGBTQ individuals, a jarring turn for a generation traditionally considered embracing and open, a survey released Monday shows. The number of Americans

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2019-07-03T15:28:11-08:00June 25th, 2019|Categories: Homosexuality and transgender issues|Tags: , |14 Comments

San Diego State students: portraits in ambivalence

California Catholic reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interviews with Molly who is studying communications, Henry who is studying computer science, and Marc who is studying finance, outside the

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2019-07-01T08:11:13-08:00June 24th, 2019|Categories: Inquiring Minds|Tags: , , |3 Comments

San Diego bishop: Some Catholics have ‘corrosive and repugnant’ views on homosexuality

San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy said recently that there is “repugnant” and “corrosive” bigotry toward individuals identifying as LGBT on the part of “a group of people across all religious views.” This “particularly antagonistic” regard for LGBT individuals by people

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Well heeled foundation spends millions to thwart religious freedom, push LGBT agenda

One wealthy activist is continuing to fund coordinated efforts to limit religious freedom and to foster dissent on abortion and LGBT issues within American Christianity and other religious groups.   The New York-based Arcus Foundation was founded by billionaire heir

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California reduces penalties for knowingly infecting someone with HIV

Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill — authored by two openly homosexual legislators — that reduces the crime of a person knowingly infecting another person with HIV from a felony to a misdemeanor. The bill, SB

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2017-10-11T11:04:30-08:00October 11th, 2017|Categories: Marriage and Family|Tags: , , , |21 Comments

Cardinal Robert Sarah finds fault with Fr. James Martin’s stance on gays

Catholic outreach to LGBT individuals must always include the truth about Catholic teaching and chastity, Cardinal Robert Sarah said in an article responding to Jesuit priest Fr. James Martin. “The Catholic Church has been criticized by many, including some of

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2017-09-02T11:37:31-08:00September 2nd, 2017|Categories: Other News|Tags: , , |60 Comments

Transgender scholarship offered at Oceanside community college

MiraCosta College is the first in the United States to endow a scholarship for a student who identifies with the transgender community. The endowed Trans* Pride Scholarship contributes to a large number of initiatives that MiraCosta College has in place

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