Taken from the Catholic Daughters of the Americas: The purposes of the organization are to participate in the religious, charitable and educational Apostolates of the Church. Catholic Daughters of the Americas engages in creative and spiritual programs which provide its members with the opportunity to develop their God-given talents in meaningful ways that positively influence the welfare of the Church and all people throughout the world.
Catholic Daughters of the Americas strives to embrace the principal of faith through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all.
Hail Mary, full of grace|
The Lord is with you
Blessed are you, amoung women
And blessed is the fruit
of your womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God
Pray for us sinners,
Now and at
the hour of our death,
"In dangers, in doubts, in difficulties, think of Mary, call upon Mary.
Let not her name depart from your lips, never suffer it to leave your heart.
And to more surely obtain the assistance of her prayer,
neglect not to walk in her footsteps!"
St. Bernard of Clairvaux
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas motto is "Charity and Unity."
Founded over 100 years ago, in 1903 by the Knights of Columbus, Catholic Daughters of the Americas is one of the oldest and largest Catholic organizations for women today.↑ To Top
Catholic Daughters of the Americas provides its members with updated programs to serve the current needs of church and country.
The programs cover a vast scope of activities beginning at the parish level and expanding into all concerns of today's church and society.
Regular meetings of the local courts are held once a month, with a minimum of 10 meetings a year.
We encourage all Catholic women 18 years and older to join the Catholic Daughters of the Americas to share their responsibility.
On the National Level, if you have an interest in forming a Court and/or obtaining more information, visit Catholic Daughters of the Americas Who / Why / What page.
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Catholic Daughters of the Americas Home Page
Catholic Daughters of the Americas National Office
10 West 71st Street
New York, NY 10023
National Executive Director
Peggy O'Brien 212-877-3041
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The institution of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Prince Gallitzin #2625, took place at Saint Rose of Lima Parish, at the 5:30 PM Mass, on Saturday, August 22, 2009, on the day of the Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Catholic Daughters of the Americas Patroness.
The Lord God called and Abraham answered: 'Here I am!' Genesis 22:1
Seated: Nancy Collins, Treasurer; Dianne Hite, Vice Regent; Judy Wood, Regent; Father Timothy Grimme, Chaplin; Jennifer Brezler, Financial Secretary; Marian Airhart, Secretary
Center: Darlene Crum, Julia Scarfone; Sally Lockard; Victoria Montanaro; Beth Sanders; Diana Macharola; Regina Friedenberger; Jenn Hofer; Annette Ajay
Back: Karen Castagnola; Mary Kowalski; Jennifer Crum; Theresa DeAngelis; Donna Daley; Patricia Fromknecht; Mary Stoy
Absent: E. Rae Kapfhammer
We welcome any ladies, ages 18 and over, interested in furthering their spiritual and social life in our community to come and join us on the second Monday of the month. Please, refer to the Meeting Dates and Times or Contact Us sections for more information.
Newly Installed 2014-2016 Officers
June 9, 2014
♥ Regent: Karen Watt
♥ Vice Regent: Carol Galioto
♥ Recording Secretary: Judy Wood
♥ Financial Secretary: Regina Friedenberger
♥ Treasurer: Annette Ajay↑ To Top
Our State Court's Website has been redesigned and has a new address! Please, stop by and visit!↑ To Top
In 2007 Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Our Lady of the Alleghenies #1755 celebrated its 50th anniversary at Saint Catherine of Siena Parish, Duncansville, with a Mass celebrated by Father John Slovikovski, pastor, assisted by Deacon Dan O’Dowd. Concelebrants were Monsignor Roy F. Kline and Father Anthony J. Legarski. From the Catholic Register, but 2007 is no longer online.
We are grateful to have such experience guide us along our journey, as we serve the people of God, near and far. Thank you, Court Our Lady of the Alleghenies #1755, for making the time and having the endless energy in guiding us along our journey.↑ To Top
Prince Gallitzin was born December 22, 1770 at The Hague and died in Loretto, Pennsylvania on May 6, 1840. His life is one of service to God and His people. It is written that Prince Gallitzin was the first priest to receive all of his orders in preparation for the priesthood in the United States. Today, the Altoona-Johnstown Diocese has taken steps toward the Canonization of Prince Gallitzin.↑ To Top
The image above is symbolic of our CIRCLE OF LOVE program. By definition, a circle is a curved line with every point equal distance from the point of the center and bound together by the common interest. The seven point program of the CIRCLE OF LOVE is bound together by the common interest- LOVE.
The small heart in the center is taken from the logo of the HEART SPEAKS TO HEART program. By utilizing this portion of the logo and part of the Heart Speaks to Heart program that is compatible with the Circle of Love, a smooth transition occurs.
Taken from: http://www.catholicdaughters.org/circle.shtml
The Circle of Love is a National Program, focusing on: Leadership; Spiritual Enhancement; Quality of Life; Youth/JCDA (Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas); Education; Legislation; and National Projects.↑ To Top
Our group of active members are from all over the Altoona area, including: The Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, Holy Rosary, Our Lady of Fatima, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Saint Therese the Child of Jesus, Saint Mary's - Altoona, and Saint Rose of Lima.↑ To Top
Membership Meetings are held the second Monday of the month, in the Saint Rose of Lima Social Hall, 5519 Sixth Avenue, Altoona, PA, beginning with a social at 6:30 PM, with the meeting beginning at 7:00 PM.
If you are interested and would like to learn more, ...
Come in and be Welcome!
Join us at any of our scheduled meetings!
January 12, 2015
February 9, 2015
March 9, 2015
April 13, 2015
May 11, 2015
June 8, 2015
| No Meeting in July
No meeting in August
September 14, 2015
October 13, 2014
November 10, 2014
December 8, 2014
♥ You can also submit a paid Order Form order twice a month. Orders must be received by 5:00 PM on Monday (see Order Form for mailing address); we will call you to make arrangements for pick up or delivery.
It's easy ... It's profitable ... It's doable!
♥ We only accept checks or money orders made payable to: CDA #2625 Cash Cards, from patrons who have a completed Participation Agreement on file. Cash is not accepted.
♥ If this is your first time purchasing, please remember to include your completed Participation Agreement (form below). This Program can benefit these Catholic Daughters of the Americas Courts: Prince Gallitzin #2625; Joan of Arc #716; Seven Dolars #2645; and, the PA State!
♥ If your Court isn't listed above and they would like to be added to our list of beneficiaries or if your Court would like to learn how operate its own Program, let us know. We'd be happy add your Court or show you how your Court can do it themselves!
♥ Visit Great Lakes Scrip Center for current participating retailers, current values, rebates, bonus rebates, and guidelines.
Effective Beginning March 1, 2014: 2014 Participation Agreement
Updated September 25, 2014: Order Form
Added: Dunkin Donuts $25.00 value - 3% Rebate and AC Moore $25.00 - 5% Rebate.
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*Updated: September 25, 2014 — 08:58 AM
Orders must be received by 5:00 PM
on the Monday's shown below
unless otherwise noted:
Date – 2014
|October||Saturday 10/11, 27|
|November||Saturday 11/8, 17|
|December||1, 8, 15|
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If you are interested in joining Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Prince Gallitzin #2625, or have any questions, please contact:
Karen Watt, Regent
5033 Beale Avenue
Altoona PA 16601