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Dignity/Washington will organize a group to march in the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, January 21, at 10:00 am. The group will meet at 9:00 am at the Dignity Center and will join other attendees at the starting point … 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
This year for Advent, we at D/W are poised and ready: “Awaiting the Promise” of Jesus in our world and in our hearts. The Liturgy Committee chose “Awaiting the Promise” as D/W’s Advent theme because we thought it best expressed … Continue reading
A diverse group of LGBT Catholics speak on their journey to understand their sexuality and spirituality.
Join the DC community for the Capital Pride Interfaith Service – Tuesday, June 9, 2015, 7:30 PM Hosted by All Souls Unitarian Church at 16th St. and Columbia Road N.W. ( a couple of blocks north of Meridian Hill Park) … Continue reading
http://conv2015.dignityusa.org DignityUSA’s biennial convention will be held July 2 – 5, in Seattle. Click on the link above for more information and to register. DignityUSA’s convention will page will give your information on speakers, the convention program, hotel … 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
Kittredge Cherry writes about her new book “The Passion of Christ: a Gay Vision” which is based on the controversial paintings of New York artist Doug Blanchard in the HuffingtonPost. Blanchard re-imagines Christ’s passion set in the 21st century with … 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