We are women of the Parish who seek to foster our spiritual growth through prayer and fellowship.
Through the intercession of Our Lady of Hope, we commit to serve others in our Parish and our community as Christ has taught us.
- Half-Day Retreats for Advent and Lent
- Guest Speakers
- ENDOW Studies: Education on the Nature and Dignity Of Women
- Wine & Cheese Socials
- Christmas Market
- Christmas Fashion Show & Tea
- May Marian Tea
- Donut Sundays
- First Communion and Confirmation Receptions
- Birthright Baby Bottle Drive
- Other Service Projects
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The Ladies of Hope are excited to host two groups with ENDOW: Educating on the Nature and Dignity of Women! Endow helps women from all walks of life discover their God-given dignity and femininity through the richness and authenticity of Catholic teaching. When we as women grow in understanding the teachings of the Church and in the truth of Jesus Christ, our faith becomes more fully defined, as does our transforming influence in the family, the community, and society as a whole.
This year two groups will be studying Aquinas for Beginners. Learn more about the studies and times below.
Tuesday Evenings: 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Wednesday Mornings: 9:15-11:00 a.m. (babysitting provided)
Part I: September-November
Pope St. John Paul II said, “the Church has been justified in consistently proposing St. Thomas as a master of thought and a model of the right way to pursue theology.” Here we explore what Aquinas has to teach us about the virtues and theory and the essential purpose of the living the moral life as Catholic women.
Part II: January-April
In Part II of Aquinas for Beginners, we take the virtues we have come to intimately understand in Part 1 and put them in practice. There are many everyday examples to help solidify these concepts so women may consciously live the moral life to which we are called. By learning the names and descriptions of various vices and virtues, women are encouraged to live vibrant Catholic lives with deliberateness and purpose.