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The 2020 Ponder Conference is Canceled.
With heavy hearts, due to COVID-19 and the ongoing and indefinite nature of the restrictions placed upon California residents and gatherings, our team has decided to cancel the Ponder Conference for 2020. In the next week, we will be issuing partial refunds via check sent via US Mail. Please contact us at if you have a specific a specific question. Thank you for your understanding.
With love and prayer, in the Heart of our Most Admirable Mother,
The Ponder Team
Are you a Catholic woman seeking a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ?
Do you long for the peace and joy that life with Him brings, but struggle to find the time and the way?
Do you find your spirit sometimes weary and in need of consolation, advice, encouragement, and rest?
Do you enjoy fellowship with like-hearted friends who want to walk with you on the journey?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, please join us for the Sacramento Ponder Conference!
The Ponder Conference is an annual gathering of women in Northern California, designed to foster a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ, in imitation of our Most Admirable Mother, and in communion with other women of faith. The theme for 2020 will be “The Better Part: How to Keep God Firstiiin your Hearts, Homes, Families and World,"
This year's conference features:
Holy Mass with Relevant Radio host, Fr. Matthew Spencer, OSJ
Retreat in a beautiful, peaceful, park-like venue
Inspiring testimonies by acclaimed Catholic speakers and authors:
women who relate with your struggles and who offer relevant wisdom and concrete takeaways to strengthen your resolve and help you better fulfill your vocation
Opportunities for confession and communal prayer
Chance to connect with other women of faith
Delicious catered meals
On-site shopping with unique Catholic vendors
Our Amazing Speakers!
These highly acclaimed Catholic speakers will address this year’s theme:
“The Better Part: How to Keep God First in your Hearts, Homes, Families and World”
Fr. Matthew Spencer, OSJ