the Catholic Women's League
in the Diocese of Calgary
In the world today, as perhaps never before, the church needs an enlightened and faithful laity. Dedicated members of The Catholic Women's League of Canada live their faith by serving others and, thus, discover Christ through relationships with others.
At the 71st Annual Convention of the Alberta Mackenzie Council, Renee Spohn, a member of St. Martha's Council, Lethbridge, was awarded with the Elsie Yanik award. This award is given to a member who portrays a leadership role and has demonstrated a commitment to ministry/service in an area or areas of need in a parish or community, as Elsie Yanik did.
Renee (left) is picture here with Margaret Ann Jacobs (right), President of the National Catholic Women's League.
We are women of all backgrounds, ages 16 to over 90, wishing to serve God and Canada, seeking "faith, fun and fulfillment" together.
The Calgary Diocesan Council is comprised of all southern Alberta CWL Councils -- from Hanna in the north to Milk River in the south.
Prayers and a spirit of joy are important parts of CWL as members journey together in faith.
Our theme for 2017-18 is Inspired by the Spirit, women respond to God's call.
Explanation of the symbols in the 2017-18 National logo
Holy Spirit - advocate, counsellor, intercessor
Cloud & Light
living, saving God of glory
transforming energy of Pentecost
CWL members, responding joyfully to God's call in word and action
Cross, Anchor & Heart
Faith - lived, professed, witnessed and spread
Hope - strength to sustain and preserve us
Love - the first and greatest of all virtues
Life is a series of new beginnings;
make the CWL a priority in your life - the benefits are eternal!
Learn more about the Catholic Women's League