The Central Catholic Mothers' Guild is one of the school's oldest organizations. The Mothers' Guild is comprised of a diverse group of mothers who host social events, organize fundraisers, and help build community at Central Catholic.
Save the Date!
The Annual Mothers' Guild Fashion Show and Luncheon will take place on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the University Club.
Look for your official invitation in the mail!
It is the mission of the Mothers’ Guild to lend support to the Central Catholic community through service and provident assistance. The Guild organizes and conducts many functions each year that assist the school by offering a financial base for needed improvements and equipment. Our fine young men, the students of Central Catholic High School, benefit greatly from our contributions. The Mothers’ Guild is comprised of a diverse group of mothers, grandmothers, and aunts. All services are given with the direction of the principal and staff of Central Catholic High School, the support of the alumni, and the spiritual guidance of the Blessed Mother.
Join the Mothers' Guild
We welcome new members! Download the membership form for more information.
The annual Mothers' Guild Fashion Show and Luncheon is the Mothers' Guild's most significant fundraiser and a can't-miss event for social moms!
Mother's Guild Crosses: A treasured gift for years to come
Hand pulled, uniquely styled, and beautiful in any setting, the Zupancic Family STEM Center replica cross will remind your son, husband, father, friend, alumni and/or family of God’s presence in your life daily. It also commemorates the special role played by Central Catholic H.S. faculty and staff for generations.
Commissioned by the Central Catholic Mothers’ Guild, with funds raised over the 2015–2016 school year, the Zupancic Family STEM Center Cross is the result of a beautiful outpouring of time, talent, and treasure. The cross is dedicated to Brother Robert Schaefer, FSC for his support and dedication to the Central Catholic community.
The Mothers’ Guild commissioned artist John Walters, of Iron Eden in Bloomfield, to create smaller replicas of the cross, which are available to order as gifts. Each one is hand crafted, made of pulled steel with the compass star burst, railroad nail shaped stakes, and the mirror focal point.