Those of us who treat Jesus' resurrection as simply an historical event that put God's seal of approval on his ministry and teachings probably don't understand the significance of today's celebration.
It's easy to confuse resurrection with resuscitation. In the latter, we presume someone... more
Serving on the Board since 2010 has allowed me to serve as a leadership voice for young adults in the organization. It has provided a platform for continued dialogue and placement of growing our young adult community into Dignity’s strategic plan. Personally, I’m proud of what the Young Adult Caucus has accomplished, and excited to see local expressions of the Young Adult Caucus “sprout up” in local chapters across the country.
Why I Joined the DignityUSA Board
DignityUSA Board Member
We celebrate the success of DignityUSA’s 21st Biennial Convention, which marks over 42 years of ministry and advocacy for the LGBT community in the Catholic Church. Dignity’s call to reform and justice for those marginalized within the Church has now bridged several generations, and the fruits of this unceasing labor were evident at this year’s national gathering, which brought together nearly 300 attendees from across the country, with a span of over eight decades in age. This year’s biennial Convention was held in progressive and lively Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 4-7, 2013.
- Mateo Williamson, DignityUSA
DignityUSA Convention Recap
Joe recently published a poignant, deeply personal account of what it means to be Catholic and gay. He came into his own and came out in a time when the risks were immense, and he lives to write and tell about it. Beautiful story, beautiful man.