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News Archive (2005)

Interfaith Leaders Take on Historic Collaboration During Global Week of Prayer

Contact Information: 

Robyn Murphy, Soulforce Communications
Cell: 314-712-7431
Nori Rost, Just Spirit/UFMCC
Cell: 719-963-0242
Debbie Weill, Executive Director, DignityUSA
Cell: 202-725-5894

October 31, 2005:   For the first time in each of their histories, Soulforce Inc., DignityUSA, and the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC) are co-sponsoring a Global Week of Prayer, November 6-12, calling all members and allies to prayer as an effort to restore religious equality.

DignityUSA Urges CA Gov Schwarzenegger to Sign Same Sex Marriage Legislation

Contact Information: 

Debbie Weill, Executive Director
202-861-0017 (office)
202-725-5894 (cell)

Fr. Kevin Steen, President
Dignity/Los Angeles

Bill LaMarche, President
Dignity/Greater Palm Springs

Pat McArron, President
Dignity/San Diego
619-645-8240 619-865-4702

Christopher Thomas, President
Dignity/San Fernando Valley

Gino Ramos , Veronica Abrickis (Co-Chairs)
Dignity/San Francisco

Bill Welch, President
Dignity/San Jose

Gay Catholic Group DignityUSA and California Chapters call upon Governor Schwarzenegger to sign the Civil Marriage and Religious Freedom Protection Act

Gay and Lesbian Catholic Groups Applaud Same-Sex Marriage in Canada

Contact Information: 

Norman Prince, Dignity Canada Dignité, 514-954-4408   
Debbie Weill, DignityUSA, 202-861-0017 (office), 202-725-5894 (cell)

Call on Church Leaders to Welcome Homosexual Families into the Church

Montreal, Quebec – Organized gay and lesbian Catholics in the United States and Canada applaud the government of Canada in legalizing same-sex marriage after much debate and bitter opposition from the Canadian Catholic Bishops and the Vatican.

More on DignityUSA Witness at USCCB Meeting

Dear Sister and Brother members of DignityUSA,

It was good to be on the sidewalks of downtown Chicago yesterday in front of the Fairmont Hotel with the Chicago area Coalition of Concerned Catholics formed by members of Call to Action (CTA), Voice of the Faithful (VOTF), CTA Chicagoland, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP), Dignity/Chicago, and the task force on accountability from several parishes during the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) meeting of our American bishops.