venerdì 12 luglio 2019

NC Reporter
(Catherine M. Odell) By the Fourth of July, more than 300 people from chapter groups around the country had arrived in Chicago not just to celebrate the nation's birthday but the 50th birthday of DignityUSA, the nation's leading advocacy group for Catholics who identify as LGBTQ. It was a challenging but hope-filled five decades for Dignity, the group's executive director told NCR on the eve of the conference. Marianne Duddy-Burke maintained that even the survival of the organization she's led since 2007 has been nothing short of "miraculous." Dignity, she said, "has had the machinery of the Vatican and the U.S. Bishops Conference working against it almost from its inception." (...)