Well, the document library is going to take a little longer, but we now can create video libraries. Currently, the only videos that can be referenced need to be from YouTube or Vimeo. However, if you need videos from the following sources, please let me know.
“Conscience and Religious Freedom Division” of HHS Threatens the Health of LGBT People, says Catholic Advocacy Organization
Boston, January 18, 2018. DignityUSA, the organization of Catholics committed to justice, equality and full inclusion of LGBTQI people in the Church and society, vehemently objected to the Trump Administration’s creation of a “Conscience and Religious Freedom Division” within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today. The office was established to support health care workers who refuse to treat certain kinds of people or perform certain procedures they believe violate their religious or moral beliefs.
We are currently creating a new design for DignityUSA chapters. It will include the following features:
- Frontpage Slideshow (based upon MegaSlider)
- Customizable page layouts
- Image Galleries
- Event lists (an event calendar is still being developed)
- A Useful Link page with customizable categories
- A Footer map for mass location
- Bootstrap based (for the technical people)
What other features would you like? Please comment below.
As 2017 draws to a close, DignityUSA is taking time to reflect on some on our accomplishments. With our members' and donors' support, DignityUSA has:
Reverend Kathy Bean had a vision. During her Roman Catholic WomenPriest council meeting last summer, she heard Author Victoria Rue (and fellow RCWP) present her play “Mary/Maryam” to the council. This original work is a conversation between Mary of the Gospels and Maryam of the Q’uran, discussing the common aspects of this remarkable woman’s life events (Mary/Maryam’s birth, the Annunciation and Birth of her son Jesus/Isa) found in both the Q’uran and Gospels, including the non-canonical Book of James.
DignityUSA condemns “heinous and immensely damaging” letter on transgender people issued by US Conference of Catholic Bishops, calls for disavowal