NY Times: Gay Mormons Distressed by New Rules on Same-Sex Relationships

The Associate Press (United States) SALT LAKE CITY — In the last two years, Nathan Kitchen has revealed to his five children that he is gay, gone through a divorce …Continue reading »

Reuters: Governor-elect to remove clerk names from Kentucky marriage licenses

Steve Bittenbender | Reuters (United States) Kentucky Governor-elect Matt Bevin said on Friday that when he takes office in December he will order changes to the state marriage license form …Continue reading »

Salt Lake Tribune: Mormon Apostle Slams Kim Davis’ Opposition To Same-Sex Marriage

Peggy Fletcher Stack | Salt Lake Tribune/Religion News Service (United States) SALT LAKE CITY — Kim Davis, a county clerk in Kentucky, cannot use her Christian faith as a justification …Continue reading »

HuffPo: Can Indiana Compromise On LGBT Rights, Religious Liberty?

Stephanie Wang | USA Today/Religion News Service (United States) The “Utah compromise” was hailed by some as a groundbreaking balance of religious liberty and LGBT rights. But now, as Indiana …Continue reading »

RNS: Kim Davis “audience” with pope backfires

Mark Silk | Religion News Service (United States) So the Vatican now says Pope Francis didn’t give a “real audience” to Kim Davis but did give one to a gay …Continue reading »

Reuters: Pope’s meeting with Kentucky clerk divides public after U.S. visit

Alex Dobuzinskis and Philip Pullella | Reuters (United States) A Kentucky county clerk who had been jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples secretly met Pope Francis …Continue reading »

Reuters: Govt. workers have right to refuse gay marriage licenses: pope

Philip Pullella | Reuters (United States) Pope Francis said on Monday government officials have a “human right” to refuse to discharge a duty, such as issuing marriage licenses to homosexuals, …Continue reading »

Boston Globe: GOP field split on LGBT nondiscrimination acts

Nick Osborne | The Boston Globe (United States) Same-sex marriage may now be legal nationwide, but being fired because you are gay or transgender remains perfectly legal in a majority …Continue reading »

NY Times: Drawing the Line Between Civil and Religious Rights

Linda Greenhouse | The New York Times (United States) Mathew Staver, the founding chairman of Liberty Counsel, and his wife Anita, its president, pay themselves a total of more than …Continue reading »

Religion & Politics: Kim Davis and the Anxieties of Christian America

Benjamin E. Park | Religion & Politics (United States) Once released from her short stay in her county detention center, throngs of supporters greeted Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis with …Continue reading »

RNS: Kim Davis emerges as lightning rod for religious freedom among some Republicans

David Jackson | Religion News Service (United States) Most Republican presidential candidates are backing Kim Davis, saying the imprisonment of the Kentucky county clerk for refusing to issue marriage licenses …Continue reading »