National Council of Catholic Women (CCW)

at St. Catherine of Siena

 

The National Council of Catholic Women acts through its members to support, empower, and educate all Catholic women in spirituality, leadership, and service. NCCW programs respond with Gospel values to the needs of the Church and society in the modern world.

 

Gatherings every Third Monday of the Month

** We would like to have a potluck for each of the meetings. If you are interested in bringing an item to share please sign up at the check in desk.  


Spirituality, Leadership, and Service

 

Serving Catholic Women for Over A Century…

In March 1920, the National Council of Catholic Women (CCW) was founded under the auspices of the U.S. Catholic Bishops. They witnessed the important work done by Catholic women’s organizations during World War 1 and had the wisdom to call for the founding of the CCW to bring these organizations together. This gave U.S. Catholic women a unified voice, a national service program and the
ability to reach out to each other through a national organization. The National Council of Catholic Women acts through its members to support, empower, and educate all Catholic women in spirituality, leadership, and service.