BLM and many people in the social and racial justice movements are rejecting the version of Christianity that excludes people whose lives and choices do not fit the dominant white Christian narrative.
Although we never forget the work that lies ahead, we also celebrate! Advent hope and the promise of Christmas flows through us!
FutureChurch decries CDF Responsum and Endorses Austrian Priests' Initiative Declaring They Will Continue to Bless Same Sex Love
As faithful Catholics, we lament the U.S. Catholic community’s complicity and participation in fostering an environment that encouraged and enabled such violence.
This FutureChurch Celebrating Women Witnesses for Racial Justice inaugural prayer service highlights and celebrates the witness of Sr. Antona Ebo.
Fr. Bryan Massingale accepts our 2020 Louis Trivison Award in recognition of his prophetic work with and for Black and LGBTQ Catholics and offers a presentation on racial justice and the Catholic Church.
Dr. Cecilia González-Andrieu offers a beautiful vision of Church for today's realities.
Dr. Doris Wagner Reisinger accepts our 2020 Sr. Christine Schenk Award for Young Catholic Leaders and offers remarks on the clergy sexual abuse crisis.
Welcoming the prophets among us
Journeying through fear
How can we shepherd each other to fullness of life?
In what appears to be a strategy to avoid ordaining women to the permanent diaconate, Pope Francis appointed members to a second commission on April 8, 2020
FutureChurch brings the voices and perspectives of women and progressive Catholics to online opportunities for worship and prayer during this time of distancing, isolation, and quarantine
Karen Gargamelli-McCreight is a co-founder of Benincasa Community in New York City.
Marie Collins is the foremost advocate for justice for survivors of clergy sexual abuse
2019 Teleconference Series Confronts Clericalism
The memoir will be available this month.
During our Feeding Five Thousand Campaign FutureChurch willl produce high quality posters of "St. Mary of Magdala Proclaims the Resurrection" by artist Margaret Beaudette, S.C., and send them to five thousand Catholic schools, universities, and seminaries.