Celebrating the wholeness and holiness of the LGBTQI community
Nominations are now open
If you have ever wondered if you wanted to become more involved in the governance of the organization, your time is now. Working at the national level will feed your passion for justice, will challenge your ability to think strategically about the work of a national organization and movement, and reward you with a deep sense of satisfaction and accomplishment that the mission of DignityUSA is being carried on effectively and purposefully. We will use your time, talent, treasure, and expertise well.
This election cycle, the membership of DignityUSA will elect 3 Directors at large and President/Vice President. Terms begin October 1, 2017 and last for two years. Find out more about these positions and complete the nomination form for Director or President/Vice President!
Conference 2017 Website Open
The website for Conference 2017 in Boston is now open. You can register for the Full Conference, sponsor the scholarship fund, order a polo shirt, and lots more. Read about the speakers who will share their experiences. Visit the website and explore what the Conference has for you, and claim your place at the table.
DignityUSA Condemns Reversal of Protections for Transgender Students
A Response to Thomas Reese's Suggestion that LGBTQ People "Compromise" on Religious Liberty
LGBT Catholics Stand with Immigrants, Refugees, Visitors from Banned Countries
Dignity at the Women's Marches
New Vatican Document Forbidding Gay Priests “Damaging,” Says Gay Catholic Group
Advent Expectations and Christmas Blessings
Our Mission Statement
Statement of Position and Purpose
We believe that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Catholics in our diversity are members of Christ's mystical body, numbered among the People of God. We have an inherent dignity because God created us, Christ died for us, and the Holy Spirit sanctified us in Baptism, making us temples of the Spirit, and channels through which God's love becomes visible. Because of this, it is our right, our privilege, and our duty to live the sacramental life of the Church, so that we might become more powerful instruments of God's love working among all people.
We believe that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons can express their sexuality in a manner that is consonant with Christ's teaching. We believe that we can express our sexuality physically, in a unitive manner that is loving, life-giving, and life-affirming. We believe that all sexuality should be exercised in an ethically responsible and unselfish way.
DIGNITY is organized to unite gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Catholics, as well as our families, friends and loved ones in order to develop leadership, and be an instrument through which we may be heard by and promote reform in the Church.