Catholic Daughters of the Americas: Court #2060

Catholic Daughters of AmericaCatholic Daughters of the Americas (CDA) was founded in 1903 by the Knights of Columbus. They have flourished under their motto of Unity and Charity. Their dedication to Church and country has evolved through the years to encompass local, state, national, and global concerns. Under their Circle of Love Program there is something for every one of them. Not everyone has to work on every phase of the program. Their Circle of Love Program consists of: Leadership, Spiritual Enhancement, Quality of Life, Youth, Education, Legislation, and National Projects.

In summary, the CDA is an organization through which today’s woman can help to create change. It is an organization through which an individual can reasonably make a difference in today’s world. It is an organization through which friends can be made and personal growth attained. And, finally, and most importantly, it is an effective means through which a woman can serve her brothers and sisters along with serving God, Church, and Country.

The Catholic Daughters of America meet every second Thursday of the month. They first pray the rosary at 7:00 p.m., and the meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. The CDA has one spiritual speaker once a year, and contributes to several local organization in Holy Family Parish.


CDA Mission Statement

“Catholic Daughters of America’s strive to embrace the principle of faith through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all.”


Texas Mission Statement

“The Members of the Texas State Court love Christ and His Church and are dedicated to leading others to Christ and to His service through the Catholic Daughters of the Americas.”


For more information, please contact Olga Longoria at (832) 265-8999 or olgalongoria@comcast.net.