Category: News and Stories

Weekly Celebration of the Mass In Person Resumes June 13

“Here in this place, new light is streaming, now is the darkness vanished away, […] GATHER US IN!” While the darkness of COVID-19 is not yet fully vanished, we are in a safer place with the rate of vaccination and

Pentecost Sunday: An In-person Mass

May 23, at 6 pm, at St. Margaret’s The Reopening and Liturgy Committees are very pleased to announce that we will gather for an in-person Mass on Pentecost Sunday, May 23, at 6 pm, at St. Margaret’s. Seating will be

Community Sessions on Being More Social Justice Oriented

D/W is leading a series of conversations pertaining to race, bias, and ally-ship. These sessions are the first steps in challenging us in shifting the practice of being non-racist to becoming an anti-racist in our community. In these series of

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Lent 2021 Daily Reflection

Thirty-four different members of our community shared their thoughts on Scripture, their stories, and their faith in order to make this series a reality.  It stands as a witness against those who see people as somehow less due to their

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Dignity/Washington’s Statement on Pope Francis’ Recent Comments in Favor of Same Sex Civil Unions

On October 21, as part of a documentary film entitled “Francesco” about the life and teaches of Pope Francis, he expressed support for creating laws for civil unions for same-sex couples. Dignity/Washington (a local chapter of LGBT Catholic individuals) is pleased

Dignity/Washington Calls to End Racial Injustice and White Supremacy

We at Dignity/Washington are saddened and outraged over the murder of George Floyd at the hands of four officers from the Minneapolis Police Department. Like so many others before him, his life ended too soon. The violence and brutality that we continue to witness toward black and brown communities throughout the United States stands in direct opposition to the fundamental principles of our Catholic faith.

New Book on Womenpriests

There is a new book available about the Roman Catholic Womenpriest (RCWP) movement. The book examines how it began, how women were (are) ordained, and the movement’s relationship with the larger Catholic Church community. It is a new scholarly study

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Update on Dignity Center

There is much activity regarding the sale of the Dignity Center. Currently, the Re-envisioning group is processing paperwork related to the sale and anticipate closing on the deal in mid-July. They anticipate vacating the Center soon after the July 4th

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Dignity/Washington Virtual Sunday Mass

VIEW LATEST SUNDAY MASS: Dignity/Washington in light of the COVID-19 pandemic will be recording and posting a celebration of our Mass each week made with contributions from the community and safe procedures. This Mass will be posted online to our

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As many of you know, Len Latham had a serious fall in his home and is still recuperating. Mark Clark also fell in his home and lie on the floor for 3 days before help arrived. Because of these recent

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