Bella suffered a difficult time with her husband but sought solace in the Catholic Women's League and, to provide for her sizeable family, cleaned offices in Newcastle early in the morning and late at evenings.
What does CWL stand for?
CWL stands for Catholic Women's League
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- Christmas Wish List
- Church without Limits
- City Water Light (utility; Springfield, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Recently, while attending a Regional Catholic Women's League Meeting with 90 CWL Presidents and executive; we heard from a representative from the Hamilton Diocese, Teresa Hartnett (Religion and Family Life Consultant) who spoke about the value of allowing gay, lesbian groups (LGBTTIQQ) in Catholic schools.
12 August (Cathedral) Formation and Development of the Catholic Women's League Peggy MeEntee OAM provided an outline of the history of the Catholic Women's League from its beginnings in various states in the early 20th century through to the current national organisation, with its international links and outreach.
Embassy in Fiji held discussions with Wesleyan, Mormon, Catholic, and Baha'i officials as well as nongovernmental organizations, such as the Catholic Women's League, during visits to the country.
: the English Catholic Women's League, 1906-1920," Church History 60:3 (1991): 331-55.
Any money I raise over and above that I will be donating to local charities - the children's wing of St Oswald's Hospice in Gosforth and the Catholic Women's League in Whitley Bay.
Groups including the Catholic Women's League, Birmingham University Chap- laincy, local teachers, diocesan youth mission team members and men's groups have already visited.