EXPLANATION OF THE WUCWO LOGO
The WUCWO logo was created by a world renowned Mexican painter, Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo.
It depicts the following symbols:
The World: The place where the Christian acts and works so that the Evangelical values are lived: Peace, Justice, Solidarity, Mercy, Love.
The two hands of women, one white and another of color: The presence of the faith-filled woman contributing “Feminine Genius” to construct a more human world.
The dove with the olive branch: The peace that the world needs.
The Cross and the Crown: Jesus invites us to construct the Kingdom, bringing God to earth.
The WUCWO logo has in itself all the elements of WUCWO’s Mission: “To promote the presence, participation and coresponsibility of Catholic Women in Society and the Church in order to enable them to fulfill their Mission of Evangelization and to work for Human Development.”