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Spirituality Commission Resources

Click here for this commission’s definition and chairperson, as well as her contact information.

Click here for a handout on the type of work done in this commission and a listing of example projects.



The SCCCW is a group of women working to reflect Christian values and Catholic teachings. We very well can’t do that if we are unfamiliar with what those values and teachings are. But even a well-learned theologian needs constant rejuvenation of his or her spiritual life. Therefore, faith knowledge or faith renewal should be a paramount activity of your affiliate.


Click here for the USCCB’s overview of the beliefs and teachings of the Catholic faith and here for information on prayer and worship, including blessings and devotionals.


Click here for the Vatican’s overall website and here for its Resource Library, including the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Catholics need to address and make decisions regarding political and legislative questions based on a well-formed conscience.  To do that, Catholics need to hear, receive, and act upon the Church’s moral and social teachings.  With such a foundation, Catholics are better able to evaluate policy positions, party platforms, and candidates’ promises (and actions).

Click here for information and resources that highlight the role of the Church in the formation of such a conscience.


Click here for the USCCB’s “The Challenge of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship” handout.


Click here for information on USCCB issues and actions on topics such as religious liberty, marriage and family, human life and dignity, etc.

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