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News and Stories
Category Archives: News and Stories
Forty-seven different members of our community shared their thoughts on Scripture, their stories, and their faith in order to make this booklet a reality. It stands as witness against those who see people as somehow less due to their non-typical … Continue reading
As President of Dignity/Washington and on behalf of our entire D/WA family and Dignity/NOVA I want to thank the 26 people from our Community who attended DignityUSA’s 50th Anniversary Conference in Chicago, IL over the 4th of July weekend. We … 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
Clean out your closet and bring shoes you no longer need to help someone in need. Brother Stan Goetschalckx (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the Brothers of Charity are conducting a fund raising used SHOE DRIVE to pay three months of rent on … 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
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
After Mass on September 23, Dignity/Washington will host a representative from Whitman Walker Clinic, who will speak on “PrEP: What is it?, How do we get it and who should use it“. Join us at 7 p.m. at St. Margrets … Continue reading
Dignity/Washington is a registered designated charitable organization with AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers choose from the same selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when … Continue reading
A study by an engineering firm identified significant structural work that needs to be made to ensure the proper functioning of the Dignity Center. The Board of Directors is seeking members of the community to serve on a committee to … Continue reading