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Vatican Accused of Intefering in Lives of American Citizens

To: Dignity Chapters and Friends
From: Mary Louise Cervone, President DignityUSA
Date: December 17, 2000
Re: President's Email 0001-05: DignityUSA and Soulforce Appeal to Clinton

Soulforce and DignityUSA Appeal to President Clinton on Behalf of Gays

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Vatican Waging Holy War Against Sexual Minorities

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Soulforce & DignityUSA Combine Forces to Combat Intolerance

U.S. Activists Will Take Their "Stop Spiritual Violence" Campaign to Rome

Laguna Beach, CA, December 5, 2000 — Today, Soulforce and DignityUSA leaders announced plans to take their nonviolent campaign against centuries of spiritual violence and anti-gay teachings of the Roman Catholic Church to the Vatican on January 5-6, 2001. Supporters of Soulforce and DignityUSA plan to tape their specific demands for inclusion for all people in the Church on the doors of the Vatican.

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Gay Catholics Dismayed and Angry at Vatican Authorities

Washington, DC - July 13, 1999 - DignityUSA is dismayed and angry at the decision of Vatican authorities to "permanently prohibit from any pastoral work involving homosexual persons" Sister Jeanine Gramick and Father Robert Nugent co-founders of New Ways Ministry.

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Attachment 4: Cover letter sent to Pope John Paul II

International Movement We Are Church (IMWAC)
Movimiento Internacional Somos Iglesia (IMWAC)

Luigi de Paoli
Noi Siamo Chiesa
Via U. Vivaldi, 10
I-00122 Roma
Tel.: ++39-(0)6-56 47 06 68
Fax: ++39-(0)6-56 47 06 68
e-mail: luigi.depaoli@eurodatabank.com

Maureen Fiedler, SL
National Coordinator,
Catholics Speak Out
P.O. Box 5206
Hyattsville, MD 20782 USA
Tel.: ++1-(0)301.699-0042
Fax: ++1-(0)301-864-2182

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“A Pope for the Time to Come”

U.S. Gay Catholics Join Over 140 International Groups in Issuing Challenging Statement About Leadership in the Roman Catholic Church

Washington, D.C., October 15, 1998 — For the 20th anniversary of Pope John Paul II's election as the head of the Roman Catholic faith community, over 140 groups in 27 countries, including DignityUSA, have issued a statement entitled A Pope for the Time to Come: Bishop of Rome and Universal Pastor.

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