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Talking with Friends, Families, and Colleagues about Marriage for Gay and Lesbian Couples

Developed by DignityUSA with the assistance of Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).

There is no question that marriage and other forms of recognition for gay and lesbian couples are tough issues for many Catholics. Happily, most Catholics want to do the right thing, both from a faith perspective and in recognition of the gay people in their lives whom they love and respect. They’re just not sure what the right thing is.

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The Beatitudes of Dignity

Blessed are you, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, straight sister or brother—you are a unique and glorious reflection of God's astounding creativity and love!

Blessed are you when you dare to bring the truth of who you are into loving relationship with others—you heal and strengthen the body of Christ!

Blessed are you who challenge stereotypes and caricatures—you bring light to the world!

Blessed are you who speak out against religious hypocrisy—you help to birth justice and peace!

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Talking with your Legislator about Same-Gender Marriage: Catholics for Marriage Equality

  1. It is very important to identify yourself as a Catholic who supports marriage equality.
    • Talk a little about the role faith plays in your life.
    • If official Church teachings on homosexuality have influenced your beliefs at any time, be honest about that.
  2. Talk about why this issue is important to you.
    • Be honest and specific about your relationship to marriage equality.

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Bisexual Discussion List

This list is for discussion of issues related to bisexuality.

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Starting a Dignity Chapter in Your Community

Chapter Formation Manual: Guidelines and Timetable for Chapter Formation and Applying for Full Chapter Status

More than likely you are thinking of starting a Dignity chapter because you feel some need for opportunities to have regular contact with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Catholics and supportive family and friends whose faith is an important part of their lives.

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