CTK Catholic Women's Club


The Catholic Women’s Club of Christ the King Parish welcomes women of all ages to participate. Members of the Women’s Club focus on its mission which is spiritual renewal, fund-raising for the parish, and social events throughout the year. The Women’s Club’s monthly meetings and activities provide opportunities to meet new people, renew friendships, and participate in the vibrant life of Christ the King Parish.

Members of the club are women who enjoy each other’s company while adding to the strength of our parish. Participation in the club provides opportunities for developing social relationships while pursuing individual interests and talents. The club’s activities include meetings, social afternoon and evening events, a summer fair, a bake sale, an annual raffle, a Christmas bazaar, and combined events with other parish organizations.

To become a member click on the word application and print the form. Mail to the address included. For additional information please email Jeanne Dennis, President, at  jeaden@comcast.net


Salute to Veterans

November 11, 2014
Cocktails 5pm, Dinner 6pm, followed by a patriotic sing along
$25.00 per person


Holiday Fair

Click for a "Hoilday Fair" application



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Catholic Women’s Club Holds Annual Banquet

On Tuesday evening, June 10, 2014 Christ the King Catholic Women’s Club hosted its annual banquet at the Coonemessett Inn in Falmouth.

As they arrived attendees were invited to stop and view the club’s ‘year of memories’, a colorful and comprehensive video presentation of the many and varied activities sponsored by

the Women’s Club throughout the 2013-14 year. The evening’s ambience was enhanced by the piano music of Donny Nolan.
Following the social hour President Jeanne Dennis welcomed members and guests and introduced Monsignor Daniel F. Hoye, Pastor of Christ the King Parish, who led those gathered in grace before dinner.

A highlight of the evening was the presentation by Club Vice President Maryann Piccirilli of scholarship awards totaling $6,000 to three outstanding high school seniors who, with their families, were guests at the Banquet. Scholarship recipients were: John Bondarek, graduate of Sturgis Charter East High School who will attend Cape Cod Community College to pursue his interest in broadcasting with the goal of becoming a television anchor; Callie Donahue, graduate of Falmouth High School will attend Rochester Institute of Technology for studies in biotechnology, with the ultimate goal of earning a PhD and pursuing a career in the field of medical research. Lily Josephs, also a graduate of Falmouth High School will be attending the University of New Hampshire to study medical laboratory science in pursuit of a career as a forensic scientist with hopes of working for the Federal  Bureau of Investigation. These three outstanding students were heartily congratulated and wished well in their future endeavors.

Following dinner President Dennis presented Monsignor Hoye with a donation to the parish which was gratefully accepted by Monsignor who thanked the membership for their ongoing support and involvement in Christ the King Parish.

In her closing remarks Mrs. Dennis acknowledged the members of her working board for their diligence and commitment to task and thanked the entire membership for their involvement and support during this past year.

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Sue Preston Addresses the Catholic Women’s Club

At the May meeting of the Catholic Women’s Club members gathered over wine and cheese and enjoyed a presentation by Sue Preston of Country Garden in Hyannis. Sue demonstrated the easyassembly of miniature gardens in hanging glass orbs and small flat-bottomed terrariums. She alsocreated an enchanting Fairy Garden which was awarded as a raffle prize along with succulent container gardens that were centerpieces on each table. The meeting concluded with attendees enjoying coffee and an assortment of desserts.



The Catholic Women's Club hosted a Christian Passover Seder meal
on Wednesday evening, April 16, 2014

click to view the photo album from the evening



Catholic Women’s Club Hosts Share the Love Luncheon

On Friday, February 14, the Catholic Women’s Club of Christ the King Parish celebrated their monthly meeting on Valentine’s day with a Share the Love luncheon. Members were welcomed by President Jeanne Dennis. Ms. Dennis informed members that the club plans to host a Christian Passover Seder Meal on Wednesday evening of Holy Week, April 16, in the Parish Hall. The Seder Meal will be open to all members of the parish to attend. Following that announcement Ms. Dottie Hiltz, Fundraising Chair, provided information about the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day Celebration to be held on Saturday evening, March 15, beginning with a 5:00 PM cocktail hour followed by a traditional corned beef dinner starting at 6:00 PM and catered by Chef Roland’s Catering. The evening, co sponsored with the 50+ Club and the Knights of Columbus, will feature the entertainment of Jack Wyatt and be held in the Parish Hall. Please contact Dottie at 508-477-2837 for additional information. Following a grace of thanksgiving members enjoyed a lovely buffet luncheon, chocolate desserts included, while admiring the festive table decorations featuring vases of red and white tulips.
Following lunch President Dennis introduced the afternoon’s speaker, Jean Trexler, whose presentation epitomized the share the love theme of the meeting. Jean explained that she found her life passion in 2012 when her daughter Andrea visited Uganda on a mission trip and was introduced to the work of Pastor Bubonero Samuel who heads Return Ministries Organization in Busaga, Uganda. Andrea, who returns each year to Uganda, told her mother of the great poverty and enormous need in the village. Asking how she could help, Jean’s daughter told her that she might help by providing some much needed clothing for the children of the village. That was when Jean started to sew and recruit other local women to sew or contribute materials to make ‘pillowcase dresses’ and shorts along with t-shirts for the children.  Ms. Trexler now sends 2 shipments a year to Busaga, Uganda, mostly at her own expense. To date she has shipped 850 pieces of hand sewn pillowcase dresses, shorts, and t-shirts for children and the need continues to grow beyond this village to a neighboring one where conditions are even worse. In addition to the work of Jean Trexler, President Dennis also displayed for sale “Beads For Life”, colorful paper jewelry made by Ugandan women and sold by Women Helping Women. All proceeds from the sale of the jewelry go directly to these Ugandan women most of whom are the sole support of their families.

Concluding the meeting Ms. Dennis expressed the gratitude of the club to Ms. Trexler for sharing her story and encouraged members to find ways in which they might help in this ongoing effort to clothe children in Uganda.





  Calendar of Events


Boxwood Workshop

November 21, 2014

12 noon pizza and salad

Gail Reilly will give a workshop and everyone will make a boxwood tree

$15.00 per person

Please bring a soaked block of oasis


Christmas Fair

December 6, 2014


20+ crafters, greens table, boutique table, kids room, baked goods, holly cafe, and so much more 




Rev. Msgr. Daniel F. Hoye

Sister Shirley Agnew, R.S.M.


President ~ Jeanne Dennis

Vice President -  Maryann Piccirilli

Treasurer ~ Diane Kraihanzel

Recording Secretary ~ Carol DeVincent

Corresponding Secretary ~ Maddy Hooke



Fundraising ~ Dottie Hiltz

Hospitality ~ Grace Glennon
Betty Foley

Membership ~Marion Mooney

Program ~ Joan Powers

Reception ~ Cathy Trainor

Publicity ~ J Lorraine Brown

Spiritual Life ~ Sr. Shirley Agnew

Advisor ~ Fran Parsons