A blog highlighting the Catholic Daughters of the Americas organization at Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Bossier City, LA.

Catholic Daughters of the Americas CDA Organization Highlight

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In this CDA Organization Highlight, we explore the impactful work and dedication of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas at Mary Queen of Peace. The CDA is the world's largest Catholic women's organization, promoting justice, equality, and human dignity through faith and service. This blog highlights Court #2770, Mary, Undoer of Knots, at Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church, detailing its mission, activities, and how you can get involved. Whether you are a current member or considering joining, this CDA Organization Highlight will provide insight into our court's impactful work and community spirit.

History and Mission of the CDA
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas, founded with faith, spirituality, and service principles, strives to embody "Unity and Charity" in all its endeavors. Our court, #2770 Mary, Undoer of Knots, meets monthly to support parish and community members in need. Our mission is to embrace the principle of faith working through love, promoting justice, equality, and human dignity for all. This integration of spirituality and service forms the foundation of the CDA, helping women develop their spirituality while providing avenues to live out that spirituality through charitable acts.

CDA Organization Highlight: Activities and Projects
This month's CDA Organization Highlight showcases the various activities and service projects led by our committed members. Court #2770 is actively involved in various service projects that significantly impact our community. Some of our past projects include sponsoring youth to diocesan summer camps, collecting and donating items to charitable organizations such as Mary's House and the Northwest Louisiana Veterans Home, and hosting events like a Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser and a Lenten Mission. Additionally, we have supported local children with high medical needs, sponsored Bingo games at Magnolia Manor Nursing Home, and organized social events like the Pairs and Spares social and Kids' Game Night/Parents' Night Out. These activities reflect our commitment to being the hands and feet of Jesus to those in need.

Getting Involved with the CDA

By reading our CDA Organization Highlight, you will understand how the Catholic Daughters of the Americas contribute to our parish and the broader community.

If you are a Catholic woman aged 18 or older, we invite you to join Court #2770 and become part of this vibrant community dedicated to spirituality and service. Our meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM in the parish hall.

Please RSVP with Regent Stacy Carpenter at 719-640-1265. Even if you cannot attend the monthly meetings, you can still support our ministry through dues, donations, and participation in service projects.

For more information, visit the Louisiana State CDA page and the National CDA page.
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The Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court #2770 Mary, Undoer of Knots, plays a vital role in supporting our parish and community through faith and service. By getting involved, you can help continue this legacy of charitable acts and spiritual growth. We encourage you to explore the opportunities available within the CDA and join us in making a positive difference. Together, we can uphold the principles of "Unity and Charity" and contribute to the mission of promoting justice, equality, and human dignity for all.