Activities & Commissions

Opportunities to Participate


Annual TDCCW Conference – A fall event inviting diocesan women to come together for prayer, spiritual growth, faith enrichment, and social interaction.

Annual Christmas Tea – A social opportunity for TDCCW women to gather and to support a charitable cause.

Volunteer Recognition Day - An annual luncheon that applauds parish volunteers and affiliated TDCCW Women's Organizations for their parish service and works of mercy.

Spiritual Renewal Day – A day of reflection that includes an educational presentation, Liturgy, Marian devotions. Event is held at one of our local area Shrines.

Leadership Education Days (LED) – An annual program sponsored by the TDCCW Board Officers to assist and support parish affiliated officers and members through educational offerings on leadership skills and current issues.

Works of Peace – Affiliated members offering financial support to Catholic Relief Services for Help-A-Child, Refugee Women Fund, Madonna Shelter, Water for Life.

Adopt-A-Seminarian – A program that helps promote and support seminarians and consecrated women from the Toledo Diocese through prayers, cards, or other avenues of support.


The Spirituality Commission reinforces the growth in faith and supports service. The Commission encourages spiritual growth through prayer, Scripture, reflection, Marian devotions and other opportunities for enriching our faith, and it encourages legislative advocacy guided by the Church's social teaching. The Commission includes keeping abreast of USCCB social justice issues or updates and brings any issues to the attention of membership. The commission encourages members to participate in Catholic women's conferences and encourages members to participate in spiritual TDCCW offerings.

The Service Commission focuses efforts concerned with issues such as family life, respect life, community concerns, domestic violence, pornography, and other outreach causes. It educates members about Catholic Relief Services programs and other areas that impact social and family life.

The Leadership Commission promotes and facilitates activities to increase membership. It implements ways to communicate with members and non-members such as bulletin announcements, news releases, affiliation newsletters to help promote the work of the TDCCW. The Commission facilitates hospitality and encourages members to attend TDCCW events. Promotes the use of NCCW materials.