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Dignity Boston In the News

Gay Catholics Celebrate as First Day of Civil Marriage for Same-Gender Couples Approaches in MA

 May 13, 2004

"We want to thank and honor all those who have brought us to this point in history — the same-gender couples who challenged the law, the attorneys and activists, and the public officials who supported us, amidst tremendous pressure from the Catholic Church and some members of the public," said Alice Knowles, president, Dignity/Boston. "We are especially grateful for the support of thousands of Catholics who stood for equality for same-gender couples in the face of an unprecedented and harsh campaign by Catholic leaders. So many fair-minded Catholics saw through the vociferous efforts of Catholic leaders to oppose civil rights from the pulpit."

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Dignity/Boston and DignityUSA Celebrate Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's Clarity and Forcefulness on Equality

February 2, 2004

Dignity/Boston and DignityUSA Celebrate Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's Clarity and Forcefulness on Equality

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Dismayed by Archbishop O'Malley's charge that dissenters possess "erroneous conscience"

November 20,2003

Boston Leaders of Dignity/Boston, a group of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered Catholics and allies, stated their objection to both the most recent actions of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops opposing same-sex marriage and to remarks by Archbishop of Boston, Sean P. O'Malley OFM Cap in the Nov 12 edition of the Boston Globe.

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