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Category Archives: Events
While the COVID-19 pandemic has not fully vanished, we are in a safer place today. Dignity Washington was able to resume weekly, in-person Masses at St Margaret’s (on June 13, 2021) after a long hiatus and a great deal of … Continue reading
Next Steps is in a process of discerning how best to serve the needs of our community. Any thoughts, suggestions, or ideas are greatly appreciated. Please speak to Mike O’Donnell, Jim Sweeney, or Jerry Fath. As a reminder, the Pastoral … Continue reading
A group from Dignity/Washington met at the Dignity Center and joined the historic Women’s march on January 21. Thank you to everyone who joined Dignity/Washington for the Women’s March on Washington. Dignity/Washington was also happy to host a lovely group … Continue reading
Dignity/Washington will organize a group to march in the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, January 21, at 10:00 am. The group will meet at 9:00 am at the Dignity Center and will join other attendees at the starting point … Continue reading
After a successful and exciting event last year, Dignity/Washington is teaming up again with the lovely staff at Nellie’s Sports Bar for their Tuesday night Drag Bingo on January 24, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. There will be limited seating … Continue reading
Dignity/NoVA will celebrate mass on Christmas Eve at Immanuel Church on the Hill (3606 Seminary Road Alexandria, Virginia) at 7:30pm followed by a potluck dessert social. Of course, all are welcome! Dignity/Washington will celebrate Christmas mass on Sunday, December 25 … Continue reading
On Saturday evening, October 1, the Dignity/Washington community will gather for our 44th anniversary dinner. This is a potluck event, so please bring your best and most mouth-watering dish for the community to share. Tickets will be sold beginning Sunday, … Continue reading
Capital Pride 2016 was a huge success. Thanks to our Pride planning committee, we had a wonderful float in the Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, June 11, 2016. More than 40 community members and our friends joined us to march … Continue reading
On Wednesday night, June 15, Dignity/Washington organized an interfaith vigil to mourn those murdered at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. An estimated 2,000 people gathered in Dupont Circle to hear reflections and prayers from about 20 leaders of various faith traditions … Continue reading