Dignity Honolulu has been providing outreach ministry for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Catholics, their families and friends in Hawaii since 1976. Join us for mass or lay-led liturgy every Sunday at 5:30pm at St. Mary's Episcopal Church 2062 S. King St., Honolulu, HI 96826 (New location and time - Plenty of parking).
For Immediate Release:
Dignity Monthly Movie Night,
Feature Film: FREEHELD
Freeheld (2015, 1 hour, 43 min., Lions Gate Films)
Julianne Moore, Ellen Page, Steve Carrell, and Michael Shannon give acclaimed performances in this stirring film based on a true story. After detective Laurel Hester (Moore) is diagnosed with cancer, she learns that government officials won't award her pension benefits to her domestic partner, Stacie (Page). Refusing to accept the official's decision, Laurel and Stacie lead a battle for equal rights in this unforgettable movie that speaks to the power of love and the pursuit of justice.
Join Dignity on Friday, February 10, at 7:00 pm for our monthly movie night. Location: Harris United Methodist Church, 20 S. Vineyard Blvd (Corner of Vineyard & Nuuanu)., Hon 96813. Refreshments are provided. FREE to the community. Donations accepted. For information call 808-352-7558
Dignity Honolulu 40th Anniversary Newspaper Article -. read article
Dignity Honolulu 40th Anniversary Commemorative T-Shirt is still available for purchase @$25.00 each + Shipping. 808-352-7558, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click on the link to place your order. Dignity T-Shirt Order Form.pdf
Dignity Honolulu 40th Anniversary Mug is still available for purchase @$15.00 each + Shipping. Click on the link to place your order. Dignity Mug Order Form.pdf
Dignity Honolulu 40th Anniversary Photos and Video are available for viewing at Dignity Honolulu Facebook Site
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We provide a safe environment for people to reconcile our God-given gifts of sexual orientation and our Catholic faith through gay-affirming liturgies. Being part of the Dignity/Honolulu family means claiming ownership of our faith and living up to the responsibilities of that ownership.