Save the Date! March 28, 2020
The 4th Annual Catholic Women’s Conference of Denver is scheduled for Saturday, March 28th, 2020! You don’t want to miss this amazing retreat-like day of spirituality and holy sisterhood! This conference will focus on the 2 days in waiting for Jesus and will include the Shroud of Turin presentation. You won’t want to miss this! Max capacity is 400.
The next mini-conference is October 26th, 2019. Click here for more details!
Registration opens January 1st! Past attendees receive advanced notice and registration opportunities!
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NO REFUNDS. If for some reason you cannot attend, your ticket will be donated to a religious sister or other in need of sponsorship. The Catholic Women’s Conference of Denver is a 501c3 non-profit and works hard to keep costs low so that as many women as possible can attend this life-changing conference. Please consider making a donation to help sponsor an attendee. If you cannot attend this year’s conference, please consider a contribution to help us cover our costs and keep this an annual event. Thank you!
The 3rd Annual Catholic Women’s Conference of Denver was held on April 27, 2019 at the CU South Denver Event Center in Lone Tree, CO. Over 300 women attended. Speakers included Colleen Carroll Campbell, Everett Fritz, Sister Maris Stella, and Father Nick Larkin.
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.
For conference recordings, please visit Holy Family Media.