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Category Archives: Lecture Series
Dignity/Washington will be pleased to welcome Warren R. Hall as our guest speaker. His presentation, titled “Sensus Fidelium: What God’s People Believe,” will take place at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church (1820 Connecticut Avenue, NW DC 20009), January 29 at 7:15 … Continue reading
Understanding the Impact of the Black Civil Rights Movement on the LGBTQ fight for Equal Rights — Feb 19 Join us on Sunday, February 19th after the 6:00 Mass to hear Earl D. Fowlkes, Jr. This session will focus on … Continue reading
Army Chaplain 1st Lieutenant, and UU Minister the Rev. Chris Antal on The Sacrament of Resistance Resistance is what love looks like in the face of U.S. policies of global military supremacy, “preemptive war” and “defensive strikes” by lethal drones. … Continue reading
On Sunday December 4, at 7:15 pm, at St. Margaret’s Church (1820 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20009) Dr. Ibrahim Sundiata will speak on “Sex, Slavery, and the Church.” Slavery and marriage have something in common – both are nearly … Continue reading
Homosexuals and the Church in the 21st Century: How to Transcend Two Thousand Years of Mutual Incomprehension On Saturday April 25 at 3:00 PM, Dr. Gilles Herrada will present a talk entitled: “Homosexuals and the Church in the 21st … Continue reading
Bishop Gene Robinson, the openly gay Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire and a pioneer in the LGBT rights movement, spoke at Dignity/Washington on March 22 after the 6:00 Eucharist. Gene Robinson was elected Bishop of his Diocese … Continue reading
Peace, Justice, and Equality Journeys Join Dignity/Washington on February 28, 3:00 PM at the Dignity Center for a lecture by Roy Bourgeois. Roy served four years in the military and received the Purple Heart medal in Vietnam. He is the … Continue reading
On Saturday December 13th, Dignity Washington was privileged to host a talk on Transgender Spirituality and Ministry by Rev. Allyson D. Robinson, at the Dignity Center. For Rev. Robinson the transition has brought her inner peace, wholeness, and a closer … Continue reading
On Saturday November 15 Father Jim Smith will present on Catholic Worker Justice— a look at the recent firings of LGBT Catholic teachers, organists, and administrators, and the new homophobic contracts that are now mandatory for job renewal in … Continue reading