Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: How long will the day be?
A: The doors open at 8:00 AM for registration and refreshments in the church and the conference begins at 8:45 am. The day concludes with mass ending at approximately 12:30 PM.
Q: Is there parking available?
A: There is FREE parking available in the various areas surrounding the church.
Q: Do you need to be Catholic to attend?
A: No, you do not need to be Catholic to attend. All women of Faith are welcome to attend. This is a Catholic event and the practice of our Faith will be experienced but women of all Faith can participate fully.
Q: Is there anything that I need to bring?
A: An open heart and willingness to listen and discern where you are in your life is the most important thing to bring. God will provide the rest. A pen or pencil and notebook may be helpful for jotting down notes and inspirational verses that touched your life in some way.
Q: Will there be any opportunity to purchase memorabilia of the event?
A: We are planning to have a speaker table to purchase books and other resources.
Q: Can I get tickets in advance and then give them out to Women that I would like to invite?
Q: Will there be assigned Seating at the event?
A: No, there is no assigned seating.
Q: Does each person who is going to attend need to complete an online registration form?
A: Each person attending the event would need to complete an online registration form or if registering by mail, download a registration form. Click here for the form.
Q: Should I bring a Bible?
A: A bible is a very handy thing to have with you for the presentations from our speakers. Many times during their talks, they will make reference to bible and scripture verses. Having a bible with you allows you to make a quick reference to a particular verse and maybe underline that verse for later reflection. Some of the speakers will ask out loud how many women have a bible with them and will ask you to go to a verse while the speaker waits! So, yes bringing a Bible would be a very good thing!