Marie Kennedy, Coordinator
The Ladies of Hope are women of the parish who seek to foster their spiritual growth through prayer and fellowship. Through the intercession of Our Lady of Hope, the Ladies commit to serve others in our parish and our community as Christ has taught us.
The Ladies of Hope is open to women of all age and walks of life. There is no cost to join, and no obligations–just the opportunity to develop relationships with other women as we strive for heaven together!
Email the Ladies under the “Contact the Coordinator” tab to be added to their mailing list and learn more about our upcoming programs! You can also find the Ladies of Hope on Facebook.
The Ladies of Hope are dedicated to growing together in relationship with Christ and His Church. We provide several opportunities to study together throughout the year, including:
Tuesday evenings: 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Wednesday mornings: 9:15-10:45 a.m. (We are unable to offer childcare at this time)
Meetings will be held in the St. Thomas More and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton meeting rooms.
The Fall 2020 study will be on St. Teresa of Avila. With her feminine heart and deep spiritual wisdom, St. Teresa helps us embark on the spiritual journey that takes place within our souls. She guides us through what she coined “The Interior Castle,” where Christ abides in the center of our being. Her profound insight, conveyed in this study, leads us to a deepened relationship with Jesus, which empowers us to become pioneers like St. Teresa of Avila, forging our way with love through the new, exciting, and often challenging frontiers we face in life.
Ready to get started? Click here to order the fall study.
The Ladies know that cultivating authentic friendships is an important part of the Christian life, and they offer a variety of opportunities for the women of the parish to come together in a social setting. Some of their most popular events include:
The Ladies of Hope enjoy serving their parish at a variety of events, from monthly coffee and donut hours to First Communion and Confirmation receptions. Other community-based service projects throughout the year give the Ladies an opportunity to give back to our surrounding community, such as the annual baby bottle drive for Birthright of Leesburg.