"Charity, Humility and Simplicity"
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- Dues Information 2023March marks the beginning of our fiscal year. Please pay your dues no later than April 15 for your contact information to be included in the roster. If you still need to sign up, use the link below, or complete the form included in Dates and Deals. Go To Membership Form Pay your dues ($45 + convenience fee) online using PayPal or a credit card: If you have questions, please contact Marnie using
- Lenten Prayer BreakfastThursday, March 23 – 9 am to noonTheme: “Yes, and Mary our Model of Receptivity & Generosity” Reservations due: March 16 Cost: $20 + $1 convenience fee Church of the Nativity3800 W. 119th St.Leawood, KS Schedule of Events:9:00 am – Registration & Breakfast10:00 am – Jennie Punswick, Speaker11:00 am – Mass Questions? Contact Ruth (use form below)
- Fundraiser at New Theatre & Restaurant – Condo-MoniumFundraiser at New Theatre & Restaurant – Condo-Monium Saturday evening, April 15, 2023 $110 per person Includes a 5-STAR buffet, beverage & gratuity Tables for 2, 4 or 6 Reservations due: March 8, 2023 —– Registration Form: See Dates & Deals OR Contact Ann, using the form below.
To provide opportunities for faith-filled women working together to assist people living in poverty and at risk through humility, simplicity and charity.
We strive to use our time, talents and treasure to provide assistance to all people living in poverty and at risk with a long-term goal to break the cycle of generational poverty.
The Ladies of Charity Prayer
(to be said at 9:00 a.m. every Monday):
Charity, Humility and Simplicity
My God, I humbly beg you to make me an instrument of your love; give me the grace of performing all my actions to help my neighbor with charity, humility and simplicity.
It is my hope, Lord, that fidelity in the practice of these virtues may obtain the reward which you have promised to those who serve you in the person of the poor.