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Inspiring Women in the Pew

The mission of the San Antonio Catholic Women’s Conference is to foster an appreciation for the personal dignity of women, to inspire women to know and love God and to encourage women to use their feminine gifts to transform the family and society.

How does a two-day event achieve this mission?
By bringing together avenues of grace, including fabulous speakers, Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Adoration & Benediction, and more!
Women came from all over the United States to attend the Catholic Women’s Conference. Here are a few words from some of the attendees:

“I came away feeling blessed, healed & rejuvenated.”
“It motivates me to go home and learn more about my faith and to teach it to my family. To also take more to my parish to maybe help build our community.”
“It will help support me as a wife, mother, friend and a child of God. Give me strength to keep going.”
“I am happy to be a woman and that God has a plan for me. He entrusts many individuals to me: students, children, grandchildren.”
“I will bring the dignity of womanhood to my family, parish & neighborhood. I have the tools NOW to use for everyday living in serving Christ.”

Watch the video below as Mary Jane Fox, Nan Balfour and Danielle Smith discuss the San Antonio Catholic Women’s Conference!

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Healing and The Holy Spirit

Can God still heal us?

The Scriptures contain numerous references to the healing power of God. We’ll discover what this healing is all about with Fr. Ed Hauf, OMI.

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Free from Vasectomy

Why would a man opt to have a vasectomy, then decide to reverse it?

We spoke with Dr. Mark Hickman, a local Catholic surgeon whose medical ministry reverses vasectomies, as well as Steve & Mary Van Sciver, who experienced a total marriage transformation after having Steve’s vasectomy reversed.  How and why?

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