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Celebrate Christmas with Dignity

Dignity/NoVA will celebrate mass on Christmas Eve at Immanuel Church on the Hill (3606 Seminary Road Alexandria, Virginia) at 7:30pm followed by a potluck dessert social. Of course, all are welcome! Dignity/Washington will celebrate Christmas mass on Sunday, December 25

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Sex, Slavery, and the Church on Dec. 4th

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

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Part-Time Communications Coordinator Wanted

The Dignity/Washington Board of Directors is seeking to hire a paid, part-time Communications Coordinator to promote public awareness of Dignity/Washington and its mission. The Communications Coordinator will focus on promoting current and upcoming activities (as well as reporting on recent

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Join Dignity/USA at US Bishop’s Conference Nov. 15

On Tuesday, November 15, 2016, DignityUSA will sponsor a Prayer Vigil outside the hotel in Baltimore where the US Conference of Catholic Bishops is holding its annual meeting. We want to remember the victims of the Pulse massacre, as well

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Join Dignity in the Walk to End HIV

Join Dignity/Washington and Dignity/Northern VA on the morning of Saturday, November 12th, at 8:45 am at the NE corner of Freedom Plaza (13th and Pennsylvania NW across from Pret A Manger ). Metro Center and Federal Triangle metro stations are

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Mark Your Calendar: 44th Anniversary Dinner

On Saturday evening, October 1, the Dignity/Washington community will gather for our 44th anniversary dinner. This is a potluck event, so please bring your best and most mouth-watering dish for the community to share. Tickets will be sold beginning Sunday,

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Listen to D/W President Vin Testa on LGBT Radio

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

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Dignity/USA Responds to Pope’s Remarks

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

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Church Should Apologize for Discriminating Against Gays

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

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Capital Pride 2016

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

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