Tag: Queer Catholics

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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Dignity/Washington organizes Interfaith Vigil for Orlando

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

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Join Dignity/Washington for Capital Pride June 11 and 12

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

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Pentecost Sunday and 40th Anniversary

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

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Celebrating the Feast of St. Joseph

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

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HRC Receives Colfer Award

The Human Rights Campaign Receives Award for Assistance with Pope Francis Activities   On Sunday, January 4, 2016, Dignity/Washington presented the Jerry and Veronica Colfer Award to the Human Rights Campaign for supporting Dignity/Washington’s activities during the visit of Pope

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Dignity Stands Against Church Gay Employee Firing

On Sunday January 10, DignityUSA and Dignity/Washington organized a peaceful witness to stand up to a local firing of a parish employee after the Archdiocese of Washington found out he had married his husband. Jeffrey Higgins, the cantor at Mother

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Leah Libresco Speaks at Dignity/Washington December 13

On Sunday December 13, Leah Libresco will join Dignity/Washington’s Guest Speaker Series at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church (1820 Connecticut Ave NW WDC 20009), at 7:00 pm. She will speak on “Handling Difficult Conversations Productively.” Often labeled “a geeky convert picking

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It’s Wuerl’s World by Vin Testa

Dignity/Washington’s Vice President Vin Testa recently published an article in the Huffington Post about Dignity/Washington’s mission and weekly Eucharist. Click on the link below to read the full article. It’s Wuerl’s World, We’re Just Living in It

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When the Pope Came to DC

Wednesday, September 23, 2015 began as one of those glorious fall days in Washington, DC, perfect for any kind of outdoor activity. On that particular morning Dignity/Washington members Ray Panas and Daniel Barutta were gathered on the South Lawn of

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