The responsibility of the belief in the Resurrection is not lost on us. With every alleluia we sing, we faithfully embrace the light, but we also take the risk that comes with living the life that Jesus calls us to, what he promises us, and what only he can deliver here and in eternal life. We cannot remain passive witnesses to this life-changing event narrated to us in the Gospels. Dignity has heard the call loud and clear: go, tell it on the mountain.
From the Depths of Our Souls to the Ends of the Earth
Highlights of DignityUSA's History
Following the attacks of September 11, DignityUSA issues a statement extending sympathy to all of those who have lost people they love, including the loved ones of Fr. Mychal Judge, NY Fire Department Chaplain, who was a longtime member of Dignity. DignityUSA also expresses outrage by the comments of Rev. Jerry Falwell and Rev. Pat Robertson, who blamed gay men and lesbians for helping to cause this terrorism.