Call To Action (CTA) is a Catholic movement working for equality and justice in the Church and society.
Dignity Canada Dignité is Canada's organization of Roman Catholics who are concerned about our church's sexual theology, particularly as it pertains to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons. We work in collaboration with other Catholic organizations seeking reform in our church's leadership and teachings.
DignityUSA envisions and works for a time when Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Catholics are affirmed and experience dignity through the integration of their spirituality with their sexuality, and as beloved persons of God participate fully in all aspects of life within the Church and Society.
Catholic Parents of LGBT Children, advocating for justice and affirmation inside the Catholic Church and beyond because "They are always our Children".
The Institute for Welcoming Resources is a consortium of denominational representatives of the Welcoming Church Movement.
Independent Catholic News source that has responsively covered the Catholic reform movement.
New Ways Ministry is a gay-positive ministry of advocacy and justice for lesbian and gay Catholics and reconciliation in the larger Christian and civil communities.
There are several articles gathered for people to ponder and reflect on the Eucharist as Meal.
This is an moving film about Fr. Mychal Judge, chaplain to the New York Fire Department and longtime friend of Dignity/New York, was co-produced by Brendan Fay.
We would like to clarify our community’s leadership position on the new missal, and to provide the reasons behind our decision to not make use of it.
We feel that the new missal really systematically dismantles the Second Vatican Council’s document on the sacred liturgy; “Sacrosanctum Concilium”.
The following information is available about the The Roman Missal, Third Edition implemented in the USA on the First Sunday of Advent, November 27, 2011.
- Anthony Ruff, An Open Letter to the U.S. Catholic Bishops on the Forthcoming Missal in America Magazine
- What if we just Said No! The case for a grassroots review of the new Roman Missal
An international community of justice-seeking people who promote the use of feminist values to make religious and social change. They invite you to partner with them to continue making waves in feminism, religions, and societies!
The Women's Ordination Conference (WOC) is the world's oldest and largest organization working solely for the ordination of women as priests, deacons, and bishops into an inclusive and accountable Catholic Church. To this end, we work to: (1) renew church governance to be inclusive, accountable and transparent, (2) Bring about justice and equality for Catholic women, and (3) Incorporate women-centered theologies into every-day Catholicism