Can you be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender and Catholic?
Yes! Many of us grew up Catholic or otherwise found ourselves in the Catholic tradition. And we also found ourselves GLBT. So over 35 years ago, we founded a community here in Denver for people like us. And we've been an advocate for integrating our spirituality and justice ever since.
We celebrate the authentic Catholic Mass with an ordained priest every Sunday. We welcome people of every sexual orientation and gender identity, those who have divorced & remarried, and anyone who has felt excluded from other faith communities. We accept seekers from every faith background.
We welcome the gifts of each person at our door. And we welcome you.
Join us at 1100 Fillmore Street each Sunday at 5 pm. Come early for social before Mass. (Easter and Christmas Mass dates and times vary - check this site.)
Super Bowl Sunday Mass 3 PM. Have you heard? There's a little football game this Sunday. So start celebrating early - come to Dignity Mass at 3 pm at the church.
Liturgical training session February 26. Marshall will be helping train readers (lecturns), liturgical assistants (presiders) and eucharistic ministers (sacristans) for our chapter. Please contact Marshall if you're interested in bringing the Mass to life each Sunday.
Chapter Board Elections. Dignity Denver's Board of Directors consists of 5 positions, each consisting of a 2 year term of office. This year 3 positions are expiring.
Board members ensure that all the things necessary for our chapter to function in an orderly and healthy environment are accomplished. Service on the Board is a significant way to make a contribution to our chapter.
The Election Committee consists of Vincent Sickles and Terry Mischel. If you have questions or wish at this time to put your name forward please contact Vincent or Terry before the February 20 deadline.
Please think and pray about how you may be called to serve in this important role. Thank you.
Dick Beebe missing
As most know, Dick Beebe, a long time member of Dignity Denver, has been missing since July 14. If you have any information about Dick Beebe's disappearance please contact Denver Police Detective John Brinkers.
Catholic Tipping Point. Dignity Denver hosted Fr. Helmut Schüller on Monday July 29th. From his native Austria to people around the world, Fr. Schüller calls for greater lay leadership and transparency in Church governance, and discussion about the admission of women and married people to the priesthood. The national tour is sponsored by 10 progressive Catholic organizations, including Future Church, Call to Action, DignityUSA, and Voice of the Faithful. Read an interview with Fr. Schüller in the National Catholic Reporter here.
Become a registered member of Dignity Denver. Applications are available at the church or online. The annual membership dues are $50 and a portion goes to Dignity USA. No one will be denied membership for inability to pay dues.
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