Communal Prayer for Peace in Syria

On October 31st, Pope Francis will be offering a prayer for peace in Syria at 3 PM in Sweden or 9 AM EDT in the United States. Caritas Internationalis has asked Catholic Relief Services to encourage its’ partners, which includes NCCW, to join our Holy Father along with others of faith in a communal prayer for peace in Syria at 9 AM EDT or at any time that works to pray for victims of this brutal war.

Pilgrimage to Italy

Including visits to Venice, Padua, Florence, Siena, Assisi, Orvieto, and Rome! 
March 28 - April 7, 2017
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Christian Bling Gives Back

Shop with Christian Bling, and NCCW gets 10% back!

2016 Convention Resources

Respite Brochure
(Adobe PDF File)
Stocking Stuffers Flyer
(Adobe PDF File)
Prayer Book for Vocations
(Adobe PDF File)
Vocation Purse Club Flyer
(Adobe PDF File)

Convention Wrap-Up

The 2016 Annual Convention was in the news recently, with two articles in the Indianapolis Criterion!

Monthly Member Call

November 16, 2016

Monthly Members' Call: NCCW President on the USCCB General Assembly & NCCW President-Elect and WUCWO Vice President General on the WUCWO Convening with the women of the Middle East in Bari, Italy

Led by: Sheila Hopkins & Maribeth Stewart

NCCW Members' Call Information

Call in number for all calls:   (712) 432-0375 - Pin 505816
Times are 5 pm (PT), 6 pm (MT), 7 pm (CT), and 8 pm (ET)
1.  If you join the call after the start time, please do not announce yourself despite the instruction to do so.
2.  When you join the call, please mute your phone by pressing *6.  You can take the phone off mute if you wish to speak by pressing *6 again.



Mother Teresa of Calcutta: A Saint who Witnessed Simplicity in Life

September 4, 2016 will be a day to remember—the day we celebrate the canonization of Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Mother Teresa holds a special place in the hearts of the members of the National Council of Catholic Women, for we were privileged to have her address us at our 1960 National Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was Mother Teresa’s first trip to the United States. Read more...