Since debuting our Iconic “Who Am I to Judge?” T-shirt in January 2014 supporters have shared their photos wearing the design highlighting Pope Francis’ stance on equality. The five simple words “Who am I to judge?” resonated deeply with millions around the globe of all faiths or no faith at all because they reflected an authentic way of living and treating other people with respect.


Members of Boston College’s GLTBQ Leadership Council (GLC) sporting the “Who Am I to Judge?” Iconic Pope Francis T-Shirt.

Group photo L to R: Martin (Boston, MA), Joe (Asbury, NJ), Collin (St. Louis, MO), Andrew (Acton, MA), Billy (Panama City, Panama), Andrea (Dumont, NJ), Rosemary (Boston, MA), Allison (Kissimmee, FL)


Father Tom Curran, President of Rockhurst University, the Jesuit university of Kansas City, Mo. (fourth from the left), accompanied a group of Rockhurst students to Pine Ridge, South Dakota, for a spring break service trip. The service immersion experience included skirting trailers, building ramps for elderly and handicapped and constructing bunk beds through Re-Member. There were daily presentations and reflections from Native Americans on the history and culture of the region. The week was concluded with a visit to Red Cloud Jesuit School and the participation in a sweat lodge (inipi).


Jesuit priest, James Martin, SJ, who is regular guest on The Colbert Report shared this photo on his Facebook page.

Sr. Religion Editor of the Huffington Post Paul Brandeis Raushenbush was tweeted a wearing his tee.  

Students at Eastside Catholic High School in Seattle, WA sported their “Who Am I to Judge” shirts during a Jan. 31 protest at St. Joseph Parish. The students rallied in support of vice principal Mark Zmuda who was ousted from his position after marrying his long-time partner.

Jesuit Rockhurst University students, Jodi Garbison, co-founder and director with her husband, Rev. Eric Garbison, a Presbyterian minister, and Father Tom Curran, Rockhurst University president. The photo was taken at Cherith Brook Catholic Worker House in Kansas City, MO. 

Models at WWD Magic in Las Vegas incorporated the shirt into their looks at the annual trade show.

Model Hannah Herreid was spotted at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City wearing the T-shirt on her way to a show.

Supporters show their Pride in more ways than one at the Boston Gay Pride Parade.

The “Who Am I to Judge?” T-Shirt was created by New York City-based graphic artist Glenn Wolk, who works with world renowned brands including Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Rocawear and Abercrombie and Fitch. Read more about the shirt’s design here.