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Tag Archives: Queer Catholics
Dignity Washington, through the work of its Committee on Aging, offers a variety of services to our brothers and sisters who are aging, ill, and/or in need of special assistance. We depend on our fellow members to keep us informed. … 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
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
Join us as we open up to the season of Advent with reflections on “Calm” by Michael A. Smith. This book focuses on developing a sense of calm and mindfulness to improve one’s own life and the world. These evenings … Continue reading
LGBT Catholics welcome statement of Pope Francis that the Catholic Church must apologize to gay people; say apology must be followed by concrete actions Boston, MA. June 26, 2016–Leaders of DignityUSA, the organization of LGBTQ Catholics and allies committed … 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
Dignity/Washington will participate in the 2016 Capital Pride Parade and Festival. Make plans to march with us! We will have a float again this year. Capital Pride Parade on Saturday June 11 Meet on 22nd street between N and P … Continue reading
Dignity/Washington Celebrates Pentecost and 40th Anniversary As part of the Pentecost Anniversary Celebration the Scriptural Mass readings were done in French, Spanish, German and Tagalog (Philippines), in addition to English. This year’s celebration fell on May 15 and marked the … Continue reading
The community of D/W celebrated the Feast of Saint Joseph with its annual St. Joseph’s Day Dinner on Saturday, March 19, at All Souls Memorial Episcopal Church. Following a beautiful ceremony, just under 60 members and guests enjoyed a delicious … Continue reading