Women’s fellowship launches on YouTube
The Young Catholic Women’s Fellowship, to be held from January to May next year, now has an exciting new promotional video on YouTube.
As part of a new channel on YouTube for the Office for the Participation of Women, the video has been made to inspire and encourage young women who might be considering applying for this course.
The short video clip contains footage of previous fellowship recipients, photos of the course, as well as information about the program.
Director of the Office for the Participation Kim Davis thinks that embracing new technologies in promotion of the fellowship will help foster greater awareness of the OPW and its work.
“The fellowship program has touched the lives of so many young Catholic women already, and we believe that by sharing the initiative in new mediums, we will promote our efforts to enhance the participation of women in the Church”, Kim said.
The Young Catholic Women’s Interfaith Fellowship program aims to enhance the participation of young women in the Catholic Church, and foster both academic and faith formation for future female Church leaders. The fellowship is a live-in experience which includes academic, theological and spiritual formation components.
Applications for the Fellowship are open from now until 8 October 2010, for young Catholic women from mid-20s to mid-30s who are passionate about the involvement of women in Church.
The flyer, application form and referee form are now available for download on the OPW website.
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