Saint Pascal Women's Club

United by a common faith and solidarity, Saint Pascal Women’s Club, is an organization of women, who are committed to deepening the bonds of the women of our community through spiritual, social and service endeavors.

For many years, Saint Pascal Parish has been able to count on this women’s organization. As an organization, the society tries to assist in any mission of service within our church community and assist the pastor in the needs of a vibrant parish!

Our meetings are held in Heimsath Hall from September through May, usually the second Tuesday of each month from 7 PM to 9 PM. Spiritually, we have a monthly Communion Mass. In November, we remember our deceased members. In May, we honor Mary. Refreshments, socializing, and bingo or card playing follow our meetings.

It’s a Ladies Night Out. Come check us out – you might even stay!!

Saint Pascal Women's Club Woman of the Year

Katie (Kathleen) married her husband James on January 10, 1959 at Saint Tarcissus Church. They have four daughters - Linda, Diane, Carol and Mary, and nine grandchildren - Michel (deceased), Christina, Sammi, Robert, Sarah, James, Ryan, Kathleen and Jenna. Katie has been singing in the Saint Pascal choir since 1989, and joined the parish as a registered parishioner in March of 2006. Currently, Katie volunteers in the parish office on Monday and Wednesday. She is also a Eucharistic Minister, money counter, and member of the choir, Peace and Justice Committee, Women’s Club, Ministry of Consolation and a Small Christian Community Group.

Saint Pascal Women's Club Scholarship Winners

The members of the Saint Pascal Women’s Club would like to announce the winners of the girls’ scholarship awards. Congratulations to Iliana Brambila who received $1,000 and Daniela Mora who received $500. Both girls will be attending Trinity High School in the Fall.

Spring Dinner and May Crowning - May 2018

The Women’s Club would like to thank everyone for their support through the past season. We held our last meeting of the season in May. The meeting began with Katie Mulson, the Woman of the Year, crowning Mary in the Church. All members of the Women’s Club who were present put a carnation in a vase by Mary’s statue. Following the May Crowning, a great meal was served in Heimsath Hall where the Women’s Club conducted their own version of the Kentucky Derby. The ladies all wore their hats and everyone had a great time.

Christmas Luncheon - December 2017

The Christmas luncheon was a lot of fun, and the Women’s Club would like to thank all those who provided entertainment, led the group in Christmas songs and made the group laugh. The 12 Days of Christmas was funnier than it has ever been. Thanks also to the raffle committee who did a fantastic job filling the tables with many prizes. We really need to thank the raffle committee also.

Women's Club Meeting - November 2017

Our November meeting started out with a service in church to remember our ladies who passed away this past year. After that we went into the gym to listen to a lady from the WOMEN AT RISK organization. They also brought some of the articles that the women from other countries made.

WAR is an international program that partners in over 40 countries to help rescue women from human trafficking, slavery, abuse, exploitation, substance abuse, and others. WAR provides, micro-enterprise programs, training and education which provide income and livelihoods for rescued women. This is provided through safehouses where survivors can begin a journey toward renewal and restoration. The Women’s Club would like to thank everyone who supported the WAR Holiday Boutique. We raised more than $2,000.00. This will house six women in a safe house for more than a month. Please visit their online shop for additional gifts:

Sip 'N Paint - October 2017

In 2017, the Women’s Club held an outing in which members had the opportunity to “Sip and Paint”. Interest was not high prior to the event because some of the ladies felt that since they could not paint , there was no point to attend. However, twenty “brave souls” attended the event, and they all agreed it was a great time. Attendees brought eats and drinks, and socialized before the painting began. All supplies were included, and everyone went home with a great painting. The company donated $10 to the Women’s Club Scholarship Fund for every person who signed up for the class.

Thanks from the cowgirls!

The first Women’s Club meeting kicked off with a long line of great grub. Hanging up on the wall were wanted posters that members had to figure out who the people were. We installed two new officers and after our business meeting there was line dancing and then some great deserts to replenish our energy. Some of the people warmed up by the fire

Visit to Presence Resurrection Senior Living - February 10, 2017

Women's Spring Dinner- May 2016

Father Dore's 55th Anniversary

Women's Club Meeting - April 2016