Our Lady of Guadalupe...

As Catholic women we are called to live our Christian ethics and beliefs, not only on Sundays but throughout our daily lives at home, work and play.
Our goal in Our Lady of Madonna Sodality shall be to incorporate and uphold our beliefs in every aspect of our lives. We must be willing to live our faith and by our example, our Christian way of life will be evident to those around us.

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Madonna Sodality


Each year the Madonna Sodality awards college scholarships to parishioners through a competitive application process. These scholarships are funded by our annual November fund- raiser and our bake sales. Applicants must demonstrate a com- mitment to service to the parish and/or community, as well as academic achievement.
This year’s recipients are:
Giselle Cuevas Alvarez,
Saul Hernandez,
Madison Kooba
 and Lorenzo Rivera Morales

Congratulations! And many thanks to all the parishioners who support our fundraising efforts.

The Madonna’s mission is to live our Christian beliefs. Our goal is to incorporate and uphold our beliefs in all aspects of our daily lives; and to live our faith and become an example of our Christian life for those around us. We encourage all the women of our Parish to become a part of something wonderful in our Church.

 Please consider joining The Madonna’s.
 For more information call
Ginny Gumina 838-3384, Caryl DeMerritt 433-8962
or for Spanish speaking women call Conchita Violetti, 838-7725.



The Madonna Sodality meets on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 pm.in the Furth Center.  New or old parishioners are encouraged to come and meet this active group. New ideas are always welcome. Our annual dues of $10.00. All ladies are welcome.


Madonna Sodality Bylaws...

Section 1: Purpose of the Organization.

The Madonna Sodality of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Windsor, CA shall bring women together in the spirit of the community and in the spirit of caring.

We may achieve this through Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Greeters, Choir, Altar Society, Religious Educators and St. Vincent de Paul membership;

by reaching out to the needs of those around us, by contributing to the educational religious training of a young man for the priesthood who is unable to pay for his own education;

creating handiwork, arts, crafts and food items to raise money of the Parish; working on the annual church fundraisers, encouraging participation in the church organization and works; promoting spiritual growth,

promoting good will in the community, aiding the elderly and the sick who may be confined to hospitals or nursing homes by visiting and bringing gifts and cards and administering communion to the ill as a Eucharistic Minister.