Court St. Louis 

#2579 Clarksville, Maryland 

The CDA Mission Statement

Catholic Daughters of the Americas strives to embrace the principle of faith working through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all.

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Guests are WELCOME to attend our

general meetings on the

3rd Wednesday of the month.

 

Our next meeting is Wednesday, September 20, 2017 starting at 7:30PM!

  The St. Louis Court Social begins 30 minutes prior the start of the General Meeting.


Fall General Meeting Dates are:

  October 18th, November 15th and December 20th at 7:30pm.

A prayer service will be held before the start of each General Meeting

alternating monthly between the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet

from 6:30pm until 7:15pm in the Music Room.

Want more information about becoming a Court St. Louis Catholic Daughter? Please consider attending the New Parishioner Welcome Session every third Sunday in the St. Louis Social Hall at 12:30pm. One of our St. Louis Court Members will be available to answer your questions. For more information, please click the "Join CDA" button above.

Does your organization need charitable funds?  Our Charity Committee is now taking applications from organizations seeking funds.  Click below to print the application, fill it out, scan and email to Joan.

CDA Charity Donation Application Form

Send to:  Dede Walsh, Vice Regent

dedewalsh@verizon.net

Questions regarding this website or the CDA Court #2579 activities at St. Louis Catholic Church in Clarksville, Maryland should be sent to the attention of Dede Walsh, Vice Regent and Webmaster at dedewalsh@verizon.com or call 240-464-4387.

CHAPLAIN'S CORNER

Mgsr. Luca

March 2017

       

 

Dear CDA Sisters,

Someone said there are basically two kinds of people in the world: those who divide people into two kinds of people and those who do not.  The prophet Jeremiah does indeed say that there are two kinds of people (see Jeremiah 17:5-10).  One kind he calls cursed and the other he calls blessed.

 

The life of the cursed he compares to a low bush in the desert, inhabiting a parched and desolate wilderness.  The life of the blessed, on the other hand, he compares to a tree planted by the waters that spreads its roots out by the river.  Its leaves are green; its fruit is bountiful.   Two kinds of people.  For one life is...

 

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