Well I've looked about and I've googled and I've asked folks who might know.
Just as I suspected, there don't seem to be any "It Gets Better" videos by Roman Catholic bishops or by diocesan priests.
I've seen one video by a Jesuit priest, but I am looking specifically for some participation by American Catholic bishops and the diocesan clergy obedient to them, and I am finding nothing.
The reason for this resounding silence has become clear to me.
The leaders of the Roman Catholic Church have painted themselves into a tortured corner, in which their homophobia outweighs their compassion for young people who are contemplating suicide because of bullying or community (including church) ostracism.
I'd be heartened to think that just one American bishop might break ranks, and make a video that simply assures a distraught young Catholic that God loves him/her in a way that overcomes all else. There is only an orchestrated silence.
We cannot possibly suppose that the bishops have not discussed this, and that their silence is not deliberate. They have obviously decided that if they tell young people that their lives as LGBT people will get better, they will be encouraging them in an LGBT direction and that would, of course, be equal to encouraging a sinner to find comfort in sin.
The most shocking and angering aspect of this silence is the fact that it sends the clear message that any young person who is suicidal, because of being gay or because of being perceived as gay, will be better off dead than alive, or better off without being assisted by adult intervention geared to helping them become happy and healthy gay adults.
Early on in the "It Gets Better" initiative, I predicted that the American Catholic bishops would not participate because of their desire to be distanced from the originator of the initiative, Dan Savage, a gay man raised Catholic and not shy about criticizing the church of his childhood. I also supposed that those bishops would never make a video that encouraged young people to call the Trevor Project, an organization that might, God forbid, steer young people into a healthy and safe acceptance of their sexual realities.
Now the initiative has vastly outgrown both Dan and Trevor. There is no good reason for the continued and uniform silence of the bishops, who suppose themselves to be the shepherds of lost sheep. This scandal of silence is, I believe, just as disgusting as the pedophile priest scandal, and a terrible example of un-Christlike behavior.
If anyone knows of an "It Gets Better" video by even one Catholic diocesan priest or bishop, please send it to me. I'll be glad to publish it.
Meanwhile, forward the link to this post to your local Catholic priest or bishop and challenge him to make an "It Gets Better" video. I made that challenge to New York's archbishop Tim Dolan. He published my words on his personal blog, but I have yet to see a video from him.
I am terrifically sad to think that men whom I know personally now have the blood of innocents on their hands.