Catholic Women's League
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in England and Wales
The Catholic Women's League (CWL) is a Roman Catholic lay organisation founded by Margaret Fletcher aimed at women in England and Wales. Through emigration in the past, the CWL may be found in some Commonwealth countries. It is especially flourishing in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.
- Olivier Rota, "Margaret Fletcher and the Roman Catholic thinking on women before the First World War. An idea of woman and woman’s higher education", in Women’s History Magazine, 58, Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 34–37.
- "Margaret Fletcher 1862-1943 - Founder of the League". catholicwomensleague.org.
- "The Catholic Women's League". catholicwomensleague.org.
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