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The Dignity/Washington Committee on the Church will hold an open discussion regarding the new Archbishop of Washington, Wilton Gregory. All are invited to attend and to share your opinions about our relationsship with the institutional Church and our new Archbishop. … Continue reading
Register today for DignityUSA’s national conference as we celebrate 50 years of ministry and move forward to envision the future together. July 4-8, 2019 Chicago, IL Conference Speakers: Urvashi Vaid: Attorney and organizer whose leadership in the lesbian, gay, bisexual … Continue reading
Join Dignity/Washington and Dignity/Northern VA as we celebrate the Easter Triduum 2019. If you need more detailed directions to Immanuel Church on the Hill in Alexandria, VA, visit www.dignitynova.org Date Liturgy Time Location More Information Apr 14 Palm Sunday 6:00 … Continue reading
Join us for the 2019 Lenten Series and Simple Supper at the Dignity Center, From Communication with Christ to Communion with Christ:An Introduction to Centering Prayer facilitated by our own Kathleen Blank-Riether, Certified Centering Prayer Instructor Gathering Every Wednesday during … Continue reading
Please join after mass for an opportunity to learn more as the Board presents recent findings regarding the future of the Dignity Center. As Dignity/Washington continues our Re-Envisioning process, the IADR board would like to bring in the whole community … Continue reading
Join us at the Dignity Center on the first and third Monday of each month for a Movie night. Up NEXT: Screwball Comedies! from January – June 2019. Grab your blanket, enjoy some popcorn, sit back and relax as we … Continue reading
On December 6 the group will begin reading “Fantasyland: How America went Haywire , a 500-year History,” by Kurt Andersen. New members are cordially invited to join the discussions. For more information, contact Maurice at (703) 527-9284.
On December 6 the group will begin readingThe Book Club will meet on December 6, and will begin reading : “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood New members are cordially invited to join the discussions. For more information, contact Maurice … Continue reading
Harry Benjamin, from Dignity NOVA community, will lead us in a meditation on, and discussion of, the four primary Documents of the Second Vatican Council and how they can help us experience the love of Christ in a renewed way … Continue reading
Contemplative Outreach of Maryland and Washington – Half-Day Retreat Series December 2018 – August 2019 The Path of Mount Carmel: The Spirituality of St. John of the Cross Saturday, December 8, 2018 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Blessed Sacrament Church … Continue reading