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Le Catholic Women’s Council (CWC) est une coalition de groupes et de réseaux de femmes catholiques représentant les cinq continents, différents pays, groupes linguistiques et culturels, qui se réunissent en pèlerinage vers Rome. Par le biais d’initiatives virtuelles, locales et mondiales, ces groupes exprimeront leur créativité et leur découverte de la dignité et de l’égalité des femmes dans l’Église.
Dans les mois qui précèdent mars 2022, les initiatives des groupes affiliés au CWC seront partagées ci-dessous dans le but d’explorer la compréhension de l’égalité de la dignité et des droits dans l’Église. Chaque pèlerinage peut prendre de nombreuses formes différentes. Nous vous mettons au défi d’être créatifs ! Il y aura des rencontres, des conférences, des prières communes, des conversations, des expressions artistiques, des concerts, des débats, de la danse, des excursions à vélo et bien d’autres choses encore. Nous espérons que ces initiatives de nos groupes membres inspireront, découvriront et exprimeront l’espoir, les points communs et les luttes auxquels sont confrontés de nombreux catholiques dans le monde entier.


Ces virtuels et physiques pèlerinages  amèneront nos groupes  à mieux comprendre les perspectives, les forces et les luttes des femmes catholiques du monde entier. Nous espérons qu’à travers une compréhension commune avec nos sœurs du monde entier, des voix différentes pourront se rassembler dans une vision harmonieuse de l’espoir pour l’Église.

Événements et initiatives

Tous les événements et initiatives sont organisés par des groupes affiliés au CWC. Découvrez ci-dessous où se déroule votre événement local du CWC ou rejoignez une initiative virtuelle en ligne.

Vous n’êtes pas un groupe affilié au CWC? Cliquez ici pour savoir comment votre groupe peut s’inscrire.

Localisation des initiatives

Pilgrimage in Dignity and Equality

Do you enjoy walking? Then join our "pilgrimage in dignity and equality". We shall walk together and explore what dignity is. And equality. In your life. And what it looks like worldwide. We will be in the beautiful Rheingau and meet Sr. Philippa Rath at the St. Hildegard Abbey in the afternoon. We look forward to your participation! (Depending on the pandemic situation, the event might be arranged into a virtual event conducted on a digital platform.)
08 May, 9:30-16:30 CET

The Open Table – Women’s Emmaus Experience

The Indian Women Theologians Forum invites you to Encounter the Risen Christ at The Open Table - Women's Emmaus Experience. Sharing by Sr Joel SCN and Dr John Wijngaards on their Emmaus Experience, followed by a virtual sharing of a Meal with the Risen Christ. Register at
Date: Saturday 17 April, 2021 Time: 5.00 p.m. - 6.30 p. IST

Webinar: Women in art and their looks

Graduate in Fine Arts (UCM) and Graduate in Applied Arts. With a clear commitment to equality, gender violence and the visibility of women artists, Concha Mayordomo has participated in many national and international exhibitions and her work can be found in public and private collections. She is an independent curator with an extensive career of more than thirty exhibitions, including those made with the Ministry of Culture and Sport, the Costume Museum of Madrid and the City of Madrid. She is a disseminator of the work of women in the art world, a regular participant in round tables and lectures in art spaces. She has been executive director of the 2nd Miradas de Mujeres Festival and member of the Board of Directors of MAV (Women in the Visual Arts). She co-directs BLANCO, NEGRO Y MAGENTA - LA REVISTA. She collaborates in the digital editions of EL PAIS, HUFFINGTON POST, LA HORA DIGITAL and TRIBUNA FEMINISTA, and in parallel maintains the blog MUJERES EN EL ARTE. She has been awarded in 2019 in the modality ART AND CULTURE of the XII edition of the awards PARTICIPANDO CREAMAMOS ESPACIO DE IGUALDAD of the City Council of Madrid and in 2007 AWARD FOR CULTURAL WORK of the City Council of Alcobendas (Madrid). The event will be in Spanish. To Register, click on MORE INFO
Thursday, April 15, 2021 | 12:00 hrs Mexico | 19:00 hrs Spain | Facebook Live: Feminist Theology

Preparing a feminist Easter

For the next Sophia's Gazette, we need your help, do you want to participate? All you have to do is give ideas about feminist resistances to the theologies of the cross. Suggestions for women to stop carrying the cross of guilt, sin, evil, sacrifice, atonement? What do you have in mind? a) Enter through the participate button, b) on the platform, click on the + sign at the bottom right hand side c) write your suggestion. We will share the results in the next issue of the Gazette, which will be published on April 15. Register on Tras las huellas
Easter 2021

Webinar Around the table: Teologanda, women doing theologies

Tras las huellas de Sophia invites you to theo-sophiar with Virginia Raquel Azcuy, Silvina Repullo, Nany Raimondo and Paula Carman on 25 March 2021, 7:00 p.m. Mexico City and 22:00 hrs. Argentina. Register to join the Zoom webinar. You will also be able to join via Facebook Live: Teología Feminista
25 March 2021 7:00 p.m. Mexico City 22:00 hrs. Argentina

Instituted ministries and voting in the Synod: what (really) changes for women?

We would like to offer an in-depth look at the Motu Proprio Spiritus Domini, which allowed women access to the lettorato and accolytate, and the appointment of Sister Nathalie Becquart as vice-secretary of the Synod of Bishops, with voting rights, the first time for a woman. We are fortunate to have the collaboration of two brilliant and well-prepared lecturers who will help us understand what is REALLY changing for women with these changes: Serena Noceti (ecclesiologist) and Pierluigi Consorti (canonist). The appointment is for March 27 at 10:30 am. The event will be in Italian
27th March 10.30 a.m. CET

With voice and vote. Women-Church at the International Level

If you were not able to watch the webinar live, we invite you to enjoy the uploaded version. We look forward to your comments on this link. The event is in Spanish.
18th March 2021


Le 8 mars, Journée internationale de la femme, nous vous invitons à partager vos témoignages avec nous. Écrivez ce qui vous motive, comment vous vivez votre foi, quelle vocation vous vous sentez appelée. Comment avez-vous répondu à l’appel de Dieu dans votre vie ? Que pensez-vous du fait que les vocations féminines ne sont pas évoquées dans l’église ? Quelle est votre espérance ?

Australian Women Preach – Raising the voices of Australian women preaching the Gospel

We're delighted to share news of a new podcast - Australian Women Preach. Launching on International Women's Day on 8 March 2021, and running the 30 weeks leading into the Australian Catholic Church’s historic Plenary Council in October, the podcast will raise the voices of women breaking open the Word of God in ways that are meaningful to people today.
8th March 2021


Le réseau CWC a mené des actions mondiales communes ainsi que ses propres initiatives locales. Cliquez sur le bouton ci-dessous pour consulter les actions passées de pèlerinage.

Express yourself

We want to know, what dignity and equality mean to you as a Catholic. Express your ideas in your own creative way – it could be an inspiring message or a vision of the future of our Church, an artwork, a poem or a song. Share a symbol, a sign or a story. We are curious about what you want to add to our mosaique!

Click the pictures below to see how other Catholics around the world are expressing themselves.

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