Daughters Of Isabella
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2200 Derry Way S San Fran CA 94080 USA
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The Daughters of Isabella St. Therese Circle 1421 is the first charter in the San Francisco Bay Area. The largest catholic women's organization in Canada and the US, I am very impressed at the many hours of service and monetary contribution that was allocated last year from the International Offices. These women volunteers work in churches, hospitals, homes, schools and within their own communities. The members of the St. Therese Circle's home base is St. Andrew's Church in Daly City. The members visit the sick, help in the beautification and landscaping of the church grounds, teach catechism, fund raise for charitable causes, contribute to the needy and the poor and help other parishes in different projects. The ladies work hand in hand with the Knights of Columbus in the Archdiocese. The ladies find time to get together and have fun through spiritual retreats, pilgrimages, cruises, celebrations, physical fitness, dancing and music! It is a pleasure to be part of a very active, energetic, positive and spiritual women! come and join by calling Willie Santamaria at 650-834-4663 or email her at email@example.com.
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