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   "Come to Me"- Matt 11:28
  Helena Catholic Women's Conference                                                                                      April 13, 2024 
Friday April 12, 2024 5:30 Mass & Rosary at Cathedral of St. Helena.   

Saturday Schedule:  7 a.m. check-in.  Conference: 8-4:15 p.m. 

5 p.m. mass at Cathedral of St. Helena.

"Thoroughly enjoyed the conference.  I'm leaving inspired to start my next adventure."


To foster an appreciation for the personal dignity of women in Christ, to encourage, teach, and challenge women to know and love God, and to inspire women to use their feminine gifts to transform the family and society.


Spa Day for the Soul

Mother Mary Paul


Mother May Paul is with the Sisters of Divine Grace.   Their desire is to make know to the world the healing Love of Our Lord, Jesus Christ through the living out of their religious consecration and ministries that touch the hearts of God's people.  Sisters of Divine grace live a simple life embracing poverty, chastity and obedience.  They believe that the inherent and the fundamental purpose of human life is to fall in Love with Jesus.  They seek to set hearts on Fire with Jesus.

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Kendra Von Esh

Kendra Von Esh is a passionate and engaging Catholic Speaker, Faith

Coach and author.   Kendra is known for her down-to-earth style

mixed with the right amount of humor and emotion.

She leads you in proven methods to go deeper

in prayer, ways to discern God's will and inspires you to keep Him

the center of your life.

The books she has written include 'Am In Catholic' and

'Need a Miracle Now'.  

Rev. Francis J. Hoffman (Fr. Rocky) says “Kendra Von Esh overflows with enthusiasm and passion as she tells of her conversion and reversion and immersion into the Catholic Faith!  Her joy is contagious."

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Sr. Dede Byrne

Sister Dede Byrne has spent her life serving others while wearing uniforms.  She is a board-certified surgeon who was trained through the military.  She served as a Doctor in Afghanistan and other foreign places.  In 2000 Cardinal Hickey asked her to come to Washington, D.C. to serve the poor.  She met the Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts there and fell in love with them.  She eventually became a Sister of the Little Workers.  She is now the Director of the Catholic Charities Medical Clinic in D. C., where refugees, poor, and uninsured are cared for.  When asked how she Iives her dual life, doctor and sister, she quoted St. Mother Teresa “she is a sister first”. Her vocation is a “healing ministry and God is the healer and I just try and stay out of His way.”

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Katherine Hammen

Katherine is a wife and Mother of three children.  She volunteers her musical talents as a Cantor with The Cathedral of St. Helena.

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