Catholic Women's Organization

The purpose of the Saint John Neumann Catholic Women’s Organization is to promote Christian living and service in the parish of St. John Neumann and in our greater community, foster the spiritual development of the women of the parish, and provide opportunities for friendship and community spirit through social, cultural, and educational programs and events.

“It can thus be said that women, by looking to Mary, find in her the secret of living their femininity with dignity and of achieving their own true advancement. In the light of Mary, the Church sees in the face of women the reflection of a beauty which mirrors the loftiest sentiments of which the human heart is capable: the self-offering totality of love; the strength that is capable of bearing the greatest sorrows; limitless fidelity and tireless devotion to work; the ability to combine penetrating intuition with words of support and encouragement.” (Pope St. John Paul II in his encyclical Redemptoris Mater, paragraph 46)

New members are always welcome!

Meeting Information

  • September through June

  • 2nd Monday of the month

  • Location: multipurpose room

  • Social gathering and refreshments start at 6:30pm. The meeting starts at 7:00pm.

For more information or if you have questions use the contact information button.

Activities and Charitable Donations

Activities of the Saint John Neumann Catholic Women’s Organization include:

  • Hospitality after the 8:30am Mass on the first Sunday of each month

  • Outreach efforts that provide meals, rides and visits to those in need

  • Assisting the Knights of Columbus with the Pumpkin Patch and Lenten Fish Fry Dinners

  • Christmas stocking stuffing for the Powhatan Christmas Mother

  • Christmas Angel Tree

  • Lenten Retreat

  • Indoor Yard Sale

We also make charitable donations to organizations such as the ZipShirt ministry, Powhatan Food Pantry, Powhatan YMCA, American Cancer Society, From the Heart, Powhatan Christmas Mother and the Human Concerns Ministry, Vacation Bible School, and NeuWaves Youth Group of Saint John Neumann.