Dallas, June 12, 2002 — DignityUSA president Mary Louise Cervone, in Dallas for the meeting of American Bishops, had harsh words for church leaders as new revelations of widespread cover-up and conspiracy surfaced.
Boston, June 1, 2003 – The leaders of Dignity/Boston today voiced opposition to the campaign of the four Catholic bishops of Massachusetts to rally parishioners against civil recognition of same sex unions.
DignityUSA is proud to participate in Gay Days at Disney Orlando this year by offering liturgy to people of faith. Now more than ever Dignity continues to be the leader in ministering to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people of faith. All are welcomed to our liturgy to pray as a community.
A Statement by Members of Catholic Organizations for Renewal
The fuel that lit the fires now burning in the Catholic Church is the desire to preserve the childhood of our children. No one should have to choose the safety of a child over allegiance to a church. A reformed and renewed church will not oblige us to decide between the church we love and the children we cherish.
The DignityUSA Nominating Committee is proud to announce the opening of our nominations for Board of Director positions for DignityUSA.
Four Director-At-Large positions will be filled by election in 2002. Elected members will serve a two-year term beginning October 1, 2002.
Any regular member of DignityUSA is eligible to serve on the DignityUSA Board of Directors. You may be nominated by yourself or by others. All members are ensured the opportunity to be placed in nomination.
May 28 — June 2, 2002
Enjoy them with Dignity!
Enjoy them with Dignity - Organized by Tom Streeper, National Director
We only have a few more weeks to sign up for this wonderful trip. This
Sponsored by DignityUSA
Depart Ft. Lauderdale at 7:45 p.m. on February 16, 2002