CWN Women Leadership Programme
“… The Church’s two-thousand-year history has truly experienced the “genius of woman”; from the heart of the Church there have emerged women of the highest calibre who have left an impressive and beneficial mark in history”… The life of the Church in the Third Millennium will certainly not be lacking in new and surprising manifestations of “the feminine genius” (John Paul II, Letter to women 1995)
You have a unique & special genius; an important role to play in your home, society and Church. You know that your feminine genius is needed in the Church and the world. You understand the challenges that the church faces in the 21st century and you feel called to make a difference.
The CWN Women Leadership Programme is a part-time programme that would help you to get more clarity on your God-given vision, build your leadership skills and find your unique place in the world. You will get practical help to translate your vision and skills into a sustainable project or organisation so that you can make a real difference.
It is for women who feel called to serve in leadership positions within the Church, Society & Business.
The Programme consists of...
Our Leadership Programme is based on the New Eve Method - a natural human ecology model rooted in biblical theology as well as Catholic teachings on authentic femininity & spirituality.
(Payment Plans Available)
*discounts are available for women who work within the Church or non-profit organisations
Apply for the CWN Women Leadership Programme
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or are unable to apply online.
“But the hour is coming, in fact has come, when the vocation of woman is being achieved in its fullness, the hour in which woman acquires in the world an influence, an effect and a power never hitherto achieved. That is why, at this moment when the human race is under-going so deep a transformation, women impregnated with the spirit of the Gospel can do so much to aid mankind in not falling.”
(Pope Paul VI, 1965).