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(94.) "The Feminist Movement," Catholic Herald, 4 November 1911, 4; "The Catholic Women's League: Fr.
The Catholic Women's League of Canada has voted overwhelmingly in support of the main goals of the controversial World March of Women: ending poverty and violence against women.
The event, which has been organised by the Catenian Society, the Union of Catholic Mothers, the Catholic Women's League and Knights of Columba, is set to be the biggest celebration of Mass in the UK since the Pope's visit in 1982.
At Calgary in April 1957 Bishop Francis Carroll addressed the Diocesan unit of the Catholic Women's League of Canada, a national organization of laywomen.
Then there are those involved in church organizations like the Legion of Mary, Knights of Columbus, Catholic Women's League as well as the renewal movements like the Marriage Encounter, Couples for Christ, El Shaddai.
At the same time, apparently finding no contradiction between her feminist involvements and her faith life, Luchie was an active member of the Catholic Women's League in her parish, and, according to her friends and family, 'engaged in constructive dialogue with her parish priests and officers of the Lay Council (mostly men) on the issues of reproductive health and family wellbeing.'
She sought solace in the Catholic Women's League and, to provide for her family, cleaned offices in Newcastle in the early morning and late evenings.
We browsed through the following announcements: a meeting for parents of first communion; registration for children's religious instructions; a brief reminder to boys and girls to be confirmed, congratulations to the recently installed altar servers; a column reserved for the weekly Mass intentions; upcoming meeting of Catholic Women's League; a reminder about the St.
A lifelong resident of Clinton and member of Our Lady of Jasna Gora Church, she was an active member of the Polish American Veterans Women's Auxiliary and Catholic Women's League. She enjoyed years in the Clinton Bowling League and took pleasure in traveling, swimming and spending time near the ocean.
"Any money I raise over and above that I will be donating to local charities - the children's wing of St Oswald's Hospice in Gosforth and the Catholic Women's League in Whitley Bay."
The show's beneficiaries include Catholic Women's League, Order of Witan Legis and Discalced Carmelite priests.
Chosen for their exemplary mission witness and contribution are: Teresita Gines, Philippine Catholic Lay Mission, Spring in the Desert Community, Asuncion 'Sony' Sison, Tita Calasanz, Florante 'Dan' Payawal, Valentin Ecalnir, Daughters of Mary Immaculate, Catholic Women's League, Valdez-Lopez-Badlis-Jovellanos family, and Fr.
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