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Dignity Washington will celebrate the Feast of Saint Joseph with its annual St Joseph’s Day Dinner on Saturday, March 23rd, at All Souls Memorial Episcopal Church. Doors will open at 7pm and the festivities begin at 7:30pm. As a community … Continue reading
Dignity Washington is looking to hire a paid, part-time Communications Coordinator to promote public awareness of Dignity Washington and its mission. Communications will focus on current and upcoming activities (as well as reporting on recent events) to Dignity Washington members, … 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
Thanks to EVERYONE who volunteered to write a reflection for our Lenten Reflection Booklet! All 46 daily readings have been spoken for! Remember that the deadline is February 5, but early submissions are appreciated. Send all reflections and questions or concerns … Continue reading
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
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
Dignity/Washington President Vin Testa appeared on 89.3 WPFW’s Inside Out radio show, where he discussed his experience as an LGBT Catholic, as well as Dignity’s role in the D.C. metro area. The link to the archived shows is below. Once … Continue reading
Pope Francis said that “Christians and the Roman Catholic Church should seek forgiveness” from Gays. The Pope made the comments while traveling back to Rome from Armenia. Read the whole story at The Huffington Post: Pope Francis Says Church Should … 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