Save the Date!

April 27, 2019

We are excited to announce the 3rd Annual Catholic Women’s Conference of Denver is scheduled for April 27, 2019 at the CU South Denver Campus! 400+ women from across the front range are expected to attend this amazing event! We hope you will join us.

Ticket sales open January 1st!

$50 Early Bird (limited to the first 100)
$60 Regular

This year’s conference theme is The Holiness of Women. Our keynote speaker is Colleen Carroll Campbell, author of My Sisters the Saints! We will also feature Sister Maris Stella from the Sisters of Life and we welcome back Everett Fritz from St. Andrew’s Ministry (also the author of Freedom: Battle Strategies for Conquering Temptation). Father Nick Larkin from Our Lady of Loreto will talk about confession and mass will be celebrated by Auxiliary Bishop Jorge Rodriguez. 

Are you coming from afar? Want to make this a girls weekend? Click here for a list of nearby hotels. The light rail is also close by which could take you into Downtown Denver if you wanted to explore.

 

Are you interested in being a sponsor, vendor, or want to advertise your business/organization? Click here for more information. Once we receive your information, an invoice will be sent directly to you. We now accept credit card payments so you will be able to secure your spot quickly!

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PAST CONFERENCES

The 2nd Annual Catholic Women’s Conference of Denver was held on April 28, 2018 at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Parish in Foxfield, CO. Over 300 women from across the front range attended this amazing day focused on the Feminine Genius and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Speakers included Mary Beth Bonacci, Deb Holiday, Father John Riley, and Sister Anne Catherine (Dominican Sisters of Nashville).

The inaugural Catholic Women’s Conference of Denver was held on March 25, 2017 at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Parish in Foxfield, CO. Over 170 women attended this event; which focused on Marian Spirituality. Speakers included Kelsey Bob (FOCUS), Makena Clawson (Christ in the City), Everett Fritz (St. Andrew Ministry), Father Nick Thompson, Dede Chism and Abby Sinnett (Bella Natural Women’s Care), Dana Stur (In Ipso), and Terry Polakovic.