Dear Friends, in 1988, John Paul II wrote that God entrusts the human being to women in a special way. He exhorted women to become irreplaceable supports and sources of spiritual strength for other people. (MulierisDignitatemNo. 30) It is not an exaggeration to say that the future of our world depends upon women answering this prophetic call. Glenwood Cultural Center exists to support each woman in her individual struggle to fulfill this role in her family and her community. We do this through various activities that inspire and educate women to live with integrity, work with professional excellence, and improve the lives of those around them. We could not do any of it without your generous support both spiritual and financial.
In 2017 we expanded our programing and in 2018, with God’s grace and your support, we will grow even more! Your generosity will help us to •expand Camp Applewood to full day and increase the number of attendees. •bring new and exciting speakers to New Jersey to provide best practices in such topics as parenting, preserving our Catholic Culture, and care of the home. Please consider a special year end gift so that together we can change the world one family at a time.
Mission Glenwood is a Cultural Center for high school, college and professional women. A variety of intellectual and cultural programs are offered to help women be a positive influence among their peers, colleagues at work, and in their family life.
Sponsor The Glenwood Cultural Center is operating under the auspices of the Princeton Women Cultural Center, Inc. (PWCC, Inc) during this initial set up phase. All donations are tax deductible. Once Glenwood Cultural Center becomes more established with programs and activities, it will apply to become its own non-profit corporation.
PWCC, Inc. is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to educate and train women to work well and with purpose in their profession. PWCC, Inc. offers programs for women of all ages and backgrounds which take place at different locations, including Wiggins House in Princeton the Glenwood Cultural Center in Bernardsville.
These programs are founded on the Christian understanding of the dignity of the human person and of the relationship between work and the common good. The spiritual and doctrinal aspects of activities sponsored by PWCC are entrusted to Opus Dei, a personal Prelature of the Catholic Church.