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2016 NCCW Convention - Catholic Women: Instruments of Mercy
September 7 - 10, 2016
Indianapolis, IN
Convention Registration is OPEN!

We need your favorite recipes!

In 2003, we made a cookbook from all the NCCW ladies from around the world. For the 2016 NCCW Convention, we will update it. We need beverages, some alcoholic punches, appetizers, soups, homemade breads or rolls, candy, some sugar free desserts, salads, and even fat free. Use the form below to find out how to submit your favorite recipes and to pre-order your cookbook or to pre-order your updated insert!

NCCW: A Million Works of Mercy

Calling all NCCW members: START C-O-U-N-T-I-N-G!

Council member are doing good deeds, serving those in need, and praying for others every day. It's who we are. Add up your Works of Mercy! Find out more...

Video Series "Faces of Human Trafficking"

The Office for Victims of Crime, a component of the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice is offering this video series which is intended to be used for outreach and education efforts. The series includes information about sex and labor trafficking, multidisciplinary approaches to serving victims of human trafficking, effective victim services, victims' legal needs, and voices of survivors. Please take a moment to watch!

Media: What is the Message?

The Media: What is the Message? resource guide is available for download. Please take some time to review this valuable resource!

Monthly Member Call
June 8th, 2016

You Are Their Only Hope

Led by Chris Heiderscheidt, Service Commission Chair

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.

WUCWO Prayer for Dialogue

We are all members of His holy body, the hands, the feet, the voice and face of Jesus. As we dialogue with our sisters and brothers in Christ, let us be open to them, sharing their joys and sorrows. Guide us as we learn from the wisdom of each other. Help us to accept others and their differences. Pope Francis tells us that dialogue is necessary for peace in the world. As women of hope and sowers of peace, in Jesus’ name, we pray for that dialogue.  

NCCW and Cross Catholic Outreach Partner for Women Helping Women - Campaign for Human Dignity

National Council of Catholic women is pleased to partner with Cross Catholic Outreach for Women Helping Women - Campaign for Human Dignity. Please consider helping destitute women and vulnerable children by supporting one of the projects in this campaign. Find out more below!

NCCW and Catholic Relief Services Partner Together

NCCW continues to work with CRS to support the Works of Peace and Reconciliation.  Click here to go to CRS website for more information about this partnership.

Pope Francis: Human trafficking a "crime against humanity."

Take Action!

Contact your Congressional representatives and help make a difference. Be the Voice!

Latest News

Interview between Spirit Catholic Radio, Lincoln, NE and NCCW President-Elect Maribeth Stewart

Click here to listen!

NCCW 2015 Convention Wrap Up

The NCCW 2015 Annual Convention was a great success! Thank you to all our attendees - members, spiritual advisors, sponsors, exhibitors, and guests for making our 95th birthday unforgettable. We look forward to seeing all of you again this year in Indianapolis!