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HGTV Responds to BuzzFeed Report on 'Fixer Upper' Stars Attending Anti-Gay Church

Dec 2
The HGTV network is responding to a report published by BuzzFeed that takes aim at the hosts of a popular show over their affiliation with a nondenominational, evangelical church that strictly opposes gay marriage and supports conversion therapy.

Pope Chats with Scorsese, Tells Director He Read 'Silence'

Nov 30
Pope Francis has met with director Martin Scorsese, whose new film, "Silence," about Jesuit missionaries in 17th-century Japan, was screened this week in Rome.

Ind. Church Blocks Man from Singing at Grandmother's Funeral Over 'Gay Lifestyle'

Nov 29
A man from Decatur, Ind. says a priest refused to allow him to sing at his own grandmother's funeral because he attended a gay pride rally last year and it could bring a "scandal" to the church.

Pope Confirms 2018 Visit to Ireland, Prime Minister Says

Nov 28
Pope Francis has confirmed plans to make a 2018 trip to Ireland, a Roman Catholic country devastated by the clerical sex abuse scandal, where same-sex marriages are legal and a constitutional ban on abortion is being questioned.

Pope Gives Priests the Right to Forgive Abortion

Nov 25
Pope Francis has granted priests the right to forgive abortion, although it is viewed as a "grave sin" in the eyes of the Catholic Church.

After Overhearing Christian Family's Homophobic Convo, Woman Buys Them Dinner & Leaves a Message

Nov 21
A gay woman from Texas said she paid for a Christian family's $49 dinner after she overheard them use homophobic language - but the gift came with a message.

Pope Indefinitely Extends Special Permission on Abortion

By Frances D'Emilio | Nov 21
Pope Francis is allowing all priests to absolve women of the "grave sin" of abortion, extending indefinitely special permission he had granted for the duration of the just-ended Holy Year of Mercy.

Rabbi's Remarks on Homosexuality Spark Protests in Jerusalem

Nov 20
Dozens of LGBT activists have protested in Jerusalem against comments reportedly made by the city's chief rabbi disparaging the gay community.

Lesbian Recording Artist's Upcoming Music Video Challenges Religious Right  

By EDGE | Nov 18
On November 18, lesbian recording artist Danielle LoPresti releases her new music video, "Holy," which features herself, with real-life wife Alicia Champion and actress Anna Khaja, who is best known for her roles on "Quantico" and "Silicon Valley."

Anti-LGBT Protesters Picket Queer Punk Band in Miss.

Nov 18
A group of Christian anti-LGBT protesters, holding signs with Bible verses and gay slurs, picketed outside a concert in Jackson, Miss. for the queer punk band PWR BTTM.

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