St. Joseph’s Council of Catholic Women
Meets 2nd Tuesday of the Month
September through April
7:00 p.m. – Cody Enrichment Center
The Council of Catholic Women (CCW) is an integral, important, and vital part of the St. Joseph’s Church community. The council is representative of women active in spiritual, charitable, and social parish work. St. Joseph’s CCW is part of the power and force that gives action to the St. Augustine Diocesan Council and National Council of Catholic Women.
The Diocesan and National Council are actually a means of representing and uniting women who are active in parish work. Both councils help women work more efficiently while applying the principles of Catholic teaching to existing problems.
Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) from September through April. Please refer to the weekly church bulletin for programs, dates, and times. In addition to monthly meetings, special interest groups, or circles within CCW are available to expand their area of interest, fellowship and service to the community.
- St. Anne’s Circle provides an opportunity for mothers of young children, ages birth to 5, to join together in the spirit of Christian motherhood.
- St. Elizabeth’s Circle is the cooking circle.
- St. Margaret’s Circle is the craft circle.
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