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    Catholic Notre Dame Announces Services for Gay Students

    By Moni Basau, CNN - December 7, 2012

    Mia Lillis knew that she was gay when she was 12. She felt lucky to attend a public high school in Austin, Texas, that was highly supportive and had a gay student alliance. Then she arrived at the University of Notre Dame.

    She enrolled there because Notre Dame's reputation as a premier Catholic school appealed to her family. But from the very first day, Lillis was scared.

    She searched for a gay and lesbian student organization. There was none. She sought out literature for gay students. Again, nothing. [Read Full Story]